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The Association of Mining Analysts (AMA) — Non–profit organisation representing the broad mining community in the UK. Its remit is to organise presentations and seminars on mining companies and operational issues, with the aim of promoting better understanding of the industry and its activities.

Bloomberg — Prices for precious and industrial metals.

Australian Stock Exchange (ASX)

International Monetary Fund (IMF) — International organisation of 184 member countries, established to promote international monetary co–operation, exchange stability, and orderly exchange arrangements; to foster economic growth and high levels of employment; and to provide temporary financial assistance to countries to help ease balance of payments adjustment.

The London Bullion Market Association — All sectors of the market are represented in its broad–based membership, banks, fabricators, refiners, shippers and brokers.

London Metal Exchange (LME) — World's premier non–ferrous metal market and deals in six major non–ferrous metals: aluminium, copper, zinc, nickel,lead and tin.

London Stock Exchange — The UK's leading stock exchange and the most international of all stock exchanges worldwide. It provides the markets and means of raising the capital for UK and international companies through equity, debt and depositary receipt issues.

Standard Bank London — Offers a range of specialist banking services, trades in precious and base metals, and is active in mining finance and advisory services.

Tiger Resource Finance plc — An investment fund focused on the mineral resource sector, listed on AIM. Its mission is to invest in natural resource companies globally, adding technical and management expertise where necessary.

Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) — Has earned its position as the destination international mining exchange, ensuring investor confidence, and offering support for the industry. The TSX clearly understands mining and the important links between successful exploration, mining production and access to the capital marketplace.

The World Bank Group — One of the world's largest sources of development assistance. It works in more than 100 developing economies with the primary focus of helping the poorest people and the poorest countries.