Murchison Metals (MMX)

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Murchison Metals (MMX) is a mineral exploration and mining Company with a core focus on iron ore exploration in Western Australia. The Company supplies premium quality iron ore to the global markets. Murchison Metals is a part of the S&P/ASX 200 Index and it listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on 1st April, 2005. MMX has a 50% shareholding in Crosslands Resources Ltd, the owner of the Jack Hills iron ore project, with the rest 50% of Crosslands owned by Mitsubishi Development Pty Ltd. Mitsubishi is a controlled entity of Japan's largest general trading company Mitsubishi Corporation.

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Murchison Gets FIRB's Approval

Murchison Metals (MMX) can finally sell its stake on the Oakajee Port and rail project after the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) approved the $325 million deal between the miner and the Japanese company Mitsubishi.

Murchison's Settlement with Chameleon Boosts Shares

Murchison Metals (MMX) are going to have a merry Christmas after all as shares rose by 8.97 per cent to 42.5 cents this morning after settling its legal battle with rival Chameleon Mining (CHM).

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Murchison Undergoes a Strategic Review to Fix Fund Shortfall

Newly appointed CEO Greg Martin said that selling assets of Murchison Metals (MMX) is not enough to fix its funding problems.The mining company admitted that it was unable to fund its share of costs in a $10 billion development project, and announced it will review its strategies to find feasible solutions. Martin admitted that a corporate transaction may be the only way, stirring takeover talks in the industry.

Murchison Funding Woes Continue

Murchison Metals (MMX) is struggling to keep its head above water as it admitted to facing grave financial challenges. The junior said it would be unable to bankroll the $5.94 billion Oakajee iron ore port and rail network in Western Australia.

Murchison Faces Funding Hurdles

Murchison Metals (MMX) is facing funding challenges for its share in the Oakajee Port and Rail project. One of its customers, Sinosteel, has placed a $2 billion weld project on hold due to ongoing delays in development.

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