Newmont eyes on Newcrest for $32 billion

Newmont eyes on Newcrest for $32 billion

The announcement comes after weeks of intense negotiations between the two companies, with Newmont seeking to acquire Newcrest’s lucrative gold mines in Australia and Papua New Guinea.

Earlier, Newcrest seemed sluggish in its takeover bid but later increased its offer to put significant pressure on the company’s board to accept the deal. The proposed acquisition would create a mining giant with a dominant position in the global gold market.

The merger would bring significant cost savings, and operational efficiencies, enabling the company to expand into new markets.

The news was welcomed by many investors, with shares in both companies surging on the back of the announcement. However, some industry experts have raised concerns about the potential impact on jobs and local communities, particularly in the regions where Newcrest’s mines are located.

The increased bid from Newmont is the latest development in a flurry of activity in the global mining sector as companies look to take advantage of rising commodity prices and increased demand for precious metals. With both Newmont and Newcrest among the world’s largest gold producers, the proposed merger is sure to have a significant impact on the industry for years to come.

- Published By Team Australia News

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