The Sunday Times's Lucy Tobin told readers to buy shares of game developer tinyBuild.
Glencore is being prodded by an influential investor, Bluebell Capital Partners, not to delay letting go of its environmentally damaging coal mining business. The FTSE 100 listed outfit's plan had been to acquire Teck Resources, merge its coal unit with it and to then spinoff and list the combined company on the New York Stock Exchange. After Teck rebuffed its offer, those plans are at risk, but Bluebell is urging Glencore to let go of that business, saying that the remainder of the company would then fetch a higher valuation.
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