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|dogberry202000: Another good night in New York for Harmony. The price is significantly higher than the current London price.
Here's an interview with a man who used to run Harmony and would know a thing or two about Harmony's prospects. This extract is from Moneyweb a few hours ago. Harmony looks as if it has broken out - and it may in advance of the gold complex as it was nine years ago.
"LEC HOGG: Talking about offshore, I was speaking with Leon Esterhuizen last week, when he put out a note from RBC Capital markets saying that he felt that Harmony, your old company, was going to be bought by someone. And then when we had him on air he said specifically that it was Gold Fields who are looking to do, in his opinion, a takeover. He was taken quite seriously because the Harmony share price was up 12% on the note that he put out. Do you think it would be ironic, given that you tried to buy Gold Fields once that that is a possibility, that Gold Fields might buy Harmony now?
BERNARD SWANEPOEL: I think that consolidation of the ... industry is incomplete, if I now avoid your specific question like a good guy. [Laughter] At the time, our opinion was that Gold Fields and Harmony together would have more strategic options, would withstand tough times better. Obviously the gold price has gone up significantly. But within Harmony there are those assets in Papua New Guinea which I think make every other mining company in the world never mind gold mining companies look at Harmony from time to time. But a transaction is doable. I've got my doubts about whether the South African environment allows for that type of transaction, but certainly within Harmony there are some world-class mines emerging a few in South Africa, and then those in Papua New Guinea."|
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