Canada Shakes Up Metals Market With New Foreign Investment Rule

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Canada has a new foreign investment rule that is sure to send ripples through the mineral and metal mining sector. Indeed, the country recently requested that China immediately sell its holdings in three Canadian mining companies. According to media reports, national security is the primary reason for the new order. Indeed, the decision followed a “multi-step” review of Canadian security by the country’s intelligence agencies.

Three Major Metal Mining Companies Affected

Canada’s Industry Minister, François-Philippe Champagne, said three Chinese companies would be required to divest from junior mining companies. According to the new directive, Sinomine (Hong Kong) Rare Metals Resources Co Ltd, Chengze Lithium International Ltd, and Zangge Mining Investment (Chengdu) Co Ltd must sell their stakes in Power Metals Corp, Lithium Chile Inc, and Ultra Lithium Inc.

Despite the move, Canada insists it will continue to welcome overseas ventures. However, the country plans to change its approach to reviewing such foreign investment. According to officials, the focus going forward will be on potential national security concerns.

The Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry (ISI) spelled out the policy evolution in an early November statement. Of course, the crux of the message focused on asking investors to divest from the three junior Canadian exploration companies. But the Minister also underlined how the Government was determined to work with Canadian businesses to attract FDI. Specifically, they want to attract foreign direct investment from partners that share the country’s interests and values.

China Still Dominates Critical Mineral and Metal Mining

Again, all of this stems from a recent review performed by Canadian intelligence. The report simply stated the three companies needed to leave the Canadian metal mining industry on national security grounds. As is typical with such decisions, the “dirty details” were not made public.

China sits atop the largest stockpile of critical minerals in the world. Moreover, it has become the world’s largest refiner and processor of many elements crucial to modern manufacturing. The country also has massive, largely undeveloped deposits of both nickel and cobalt.

The term “critical minerals” typically refers to lithium, cadmium, nickel, and cobalt. These elements are integral to clean energy technologies, electric cars, solar panels, and rechargeable batteries.

Re-Prioritizing National Security May Be a New Trend

Canada’s policy shift resulted from a parliamentary committee that took place in March. The new rule envisages a full security review for every investment by a company influenced by an “authoritarian state.”

Of course, Canada is not the only country to put national security before business. Earlier this year, countries including Britain, the US, and Australia established a global partnership to secure access to critical minerals.

China has so far dubbed Canada’s move a “breach of cooperation” between the two nations. To Beijing, Canada seeks to intentionally disrupt global supply chains. One Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said that Canada must stop this targeting of Chinese companies and prove a fair, impartial, and non-discriminatory business environment.

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AfDB mobilises $31bn investment interest

The African Development Bank (AfDB), has drawn 31 billion dollars in investment interest from African and global investors.

In a statement issued by the Communication and External Relations unit of the AfDB, President of the bank, Akinwumi Adesina said this at the 2022 Africa Investment Forum (AIF) Market Days.The forum ended on Friday.

Adesina commended the forum’s outcomes and the partners’ commitment. “Despite the challenges, we are not afraid, and neither have we despaired nor lost hope. We are excited and committed to a collective goal; accelerating the closure of deals to transform Africa and its investment landscape.”

He said the AIF’s focus was to attract more foreign direct investment to Africa, and ensure the private sector remained the driving force of that transformation.

“The private sector is Africa’s growth accelerator. We must mitigate real and perceived risks and persuade the private sector that investing in Africa is safe,” Adesina said.

Combined with 32.8 billion dollars from the rescheduled 2021 Africa Investment Forum Market Days, the forum has mobilised a total of 63.8 billion dollars of investment interest in 2022.

Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) President, Dr Mohammed Al-Jasser, said the organisation was hopeful that its commitment to the AIF would translate into tangible and measurable outcomes for the benefit of Africa.

Al-Jasser said the IsDB Group was commitment to support transformative African projects, especially those promoting resilience, financial, economic, and social sustainability.

Furthermore, Admassu Tadesse, Trade and Development Bank Group President and Chief Executive, spoke on the value of the “AIF spirit” in doing more to advance and close investments.

Tadesse said: “Notwithstanding ongoing global crises, we have to keep our eye on the ball. We must continue to encourage and enable investment in agriculture and industry, as well as infrastructure.

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“Growing our own food and manufacturing more will enable us to trade more. It will lead to less overall greenhouse gas emissions linked to imports from far away.

“In the process also generating more employment and opportunities for our people.”

Also, European Investment Bank President, Werner Hoyer, said the bank was excited to see how the creativity and vision of African innovators were making an impact.

Hoyer said: “Particularly in the area of technology which holds such great potential for Africa’s future”.

Mohan Vivekanandan, Group Executive Origination and Coverage, Development Bank of Southern Africa, said a unique feature of the 2022 forum was that it focused on transactions.

“It’s about the project sponsors, the project developers and how we, as development financiers, help them get their vision implemented to improve the quality of life of Africans.

“And how we promote economic growth, job creation and industrialisation,” Vivekanandan said.

Africa Finance Corporation President and Chief Executive Offcer (CEO), Samaila Zubairu said: “The current global economic challenges indicate the critical need to build Africa’s self-sufficiency by investing in resilient infrastructure.

“Such critical investment is needed to drive Africa’s industrialisation and economic prosperity.”

Moreover, Africa50 CEO Alain Ebobisse said the AIF presented a timely platform to help scale up and speed up investments into Africa.

Ebobisse said attracting new pools of capital into infrastructure would be critical.

“More specifically, Africa’s institutional investors such as pension and sovereign wealth funds must play a critical role and will be the game changers for Africa’s infrastructure development,’ he said.

In addition, Afreximbank President, Benedict Oramah said the AIF reflected the interest and optimism of global investors towards the continent and its opportunities.

“We close, knowing that the AIF, Africa’s largest transactional investment marketplace, continues to be a huge success.

“Moreover, the event serves as a measure of international confidence in Africa’s economic and political development, and the unmatched investment opportunities this is creating,” Oramah said.

Also, the AIF Senior Director, Chinelo Anohu, on her part said, a lot of the successes recorded by the Africa Investment Forum were domiciled in the spirit of the partnership.

Anohu said it was up to the AIF to ensure the continent was “what it ought to be.”

The three-day event, which held in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, attracted the participation of several African heads of states and government.

The event had a theme: “Building Economic Resilience through Sustainable Investments”.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports that the AIF platform has mobilised more than over 100 billion dollars in investment interests since its inception in 2018.


Red tape won’t draw investment to Odisha

–> Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. (File Photo)

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. (File Photo)

After a two-year pandemic-induced hiatus, the Odisha government is shifting gears for the third edition of its flagship investment meet, Make in Odisha 2022. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik interacted with ambassadors of 16 countries on August 31 in New Delhi, for partnering with the state’s industrial dream. In June, at Dubai, he had set the tone for the biennial summit by holding his career’s first-ever overseas investment meet. The meet promises to be a mega affair, and the Biju Janata Dal government is leaving no stone unturned to make the marquee event successful.

There is much to root for Make in Odisha Conclave, which had kicked off in style in 2016, with Naveen flanked by the then Finance Minister, late Arun Jaitley, and chairman of Adani Group, Gautam Adani. The two editions generated a combined investment intent of a whopping `6.22 lakh crore, but the ground reality is starkly different. By the government’s admission in the State Assembly, investment materialised so far stands at `5,674 crore, generating employment for only around 5,800 persons.

Nearly 17 years after Naveen rolled out the carpet, Odisha’s story of industrialisation has left much to desire. A simple analysis shows that the state has refused to change its focus from extractive industries. The heft in investment proposals comes from expansion projects in the minerals and metallurgical sectors, while the much-talked-about ancillary and downstream industries have not taken off. Yet, there is hardly any change in the investment basket. Food processing, agro-based industries, and tourism sectors have grown slowly; pharma and automotive industries have very little to show.

Bhubaneswar, which once vied for space on the national IT/ITES map, has attracted no international software companies of note—which have then taken flight elsewhere. All this points to a jaded outlook that has refused to adapt. The disappointments of big-ticket projects in the mid-2000s pegged back the industrial dream. Still, land acquisition remains a major hurdle despite the government creating a land bank.

Despite all proclamations of bringing Ease of Doing Business by eliminating red-tapism, the bane of the smug bureaucratic machinery that is not entrepreneur-friendly persists as strong as ever. Make in Odisha cannot be translated on the ground unless a fresh approach is adopted and a conducive investment scenario is created.

Nearly 17 years after Naveen rolled out the carpet, Odisha’s story of industrialisation has left much to desire. A simple analysis shows that the state has refused to change its focus from extractive industries. The heft in investment proposals comes from expansion projects in the minerals and metallurgical sectors, while the much-talked-about ancillary and downstream industries have not taken off. Yet, there is hardly any change in the investment basket. Food processing, agro-based industries, and tourism sectors have grown slowly; pharma and automotive industries have very little to show.


‘Social’ Investment Strategies Under Fire In Republican-led US States

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Republican-led US states such as Texas and West Virginia are piling pressure on firms including giant asset manager BlackRock for supposedly boycotting oil and gas companies as part of “responsible” investment strategies.

But the companies say the fossil fuel boycott claims are false and rules barring states from dealing with major financial firms could potentially backfire on taxpayers.

Basing investments partly on a company’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices is a sign of an unacceptable “ideological agenda,” says Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is seen as a potential 2024 Republican presidential nominee.

Late last month, he ordered bankers managing the state’s huge pension fund to ignore those criteria and instead prioritize “the financial security of the people of Florida over whimsical notions of a utopian tomorrow.”

The state controller of Texas has, meanwhile, published a list of companies — including BlackRock and several European banks — deemed to be “boycotting” petroleum firms. State officials were instructed to no longer sign contracts with firms on the list.

West Virginia, a smaller state but one rich in coal and natural gas, similarly singled out not just BlackRock, but also such Wall Street pillars as JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.

“Any institution with policies aimed at weakening our energy industries, tax base and job market has a clear conflict of interest in handling taxpayer dollars,” that state’s treasurer, Riley Moore, said in a statement.

The banks targeted, however, deny they are engaging in any such boycott.

While some of them have decided to stop financing oil exploration projects in the Arctic, for example, they are continuing to lend money to the industry.

JP Morgan decried West Virginia’s rule as “shortsighted and disconnected from the facts.”

BlackRock, the world’s biggest asset manager, says it has invested more than $108 billion in Texas oil companies, including ExxonMobil.

Referring to Texas’s new rule, the Wall Street firm said in a statement that “elected and appointed public officials have a duty to act in the best interests of the people they serve. Politicizing state pension funds, restricting access to investments, and impacting the financial returns of retirees, is not consistent with that duty.”

Joshua Lichtenstein, whose law firm Ropes & Gray tracks the way states are regulating ESG investments, said that the Republican-led attacks may be misguided.

“The political rhetoric is addressing a world that doesn’t exist,” he said.

The choice is not really between directing “investment capital towards ESG or investment capital towards returns,” Lichtenstein told AFP. “It’s really more about investing towards funds that are using ESG as part of a risk-mitigation strategy.”

And investors are pushed in that direction by a growing number of clients, not only in Democratic-led US states but in Europe and Japan.

The northeastern state of Maine in 2021 adopted a law requiring the state’s pension system to divest itself of shares in fossil fuel companies.

The new rules in Republican states could come at a cost to those states’ taxpayers, said Ben Cushing, a financial specialist with the environmental advocacy group the Sierra Club.

Texas, for example, last year adopted a law banning its cities from signing new contracts with banks that limit investment in petroleum companies or gun manufacturers.

The result: the number of establishments participating in municipal bond issues in Texas has declined and negotiated rates have risen — costing taxpayers millions in extra interest — according to a June study by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and the US Federal Reserve.

Lichtenstein said it is too early to know the broader impact of the Republican campaign.

He said it would not necessarily threaten an already well-established trend: clients are increasingly sensitive to climate change, for example, and investment managers still must take all risks into account.

But “the red states are probably the loudest,” Lichtenstein added, and if Republican states such as Florida actively enforce their new rules, fund managers may seek to avoid conflict.

Ultimately, said the Sierra Club’s Cushing, that could compel financial establishments to slow their ESG efforts just as they “belatedly are beginning to address the climate crisis and recognize the very real financial implications of climate change.”

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Basing investments partly on a company’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices is a sign of an unacceptable “ideological agenda,” says Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is seen as a potential 2024 Republican presidential nominee.


Indonesia will remain world’s investment destination in 2023: govt

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Minister of Investment and Head of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Bahlil Lahadalia expressed optimism that Indonesia would remain the world’s investment destination in 2023.

“When asked whether Indonesia is still optimistic that in the future, we will become one of the investment destination countries? Yes, we are very optimistic,” the minister noted during the online talk show titled “Optimism for a Stronger Indonesia” in Jakarta on Wednesday.

Recently, Indonesia has shown an excellent economic foundation. Indonesia’s economic growth had reached 5.44 percent in the second quarter of 2022 (yoy), with the inflation rate maintained at 4.35 percent in June 2022 (yoy) amid global uncertainty that plagued the world, he remarked.

This achievement has made Indonesia as one of the countries with the best macroeconomic foundations in the world. This is especially when compared to other G20 member countries, Lahadalia remarked.

“Our economic foundation is based on our consumption growth that is around 5.1 percent, the investment grows at 3.1 percent, and good exports and imports,” he stated.

The minister’s optimism is also based on President Joko Widodo’s direction that the investment target in 2023 must be higher than the 2022 target of Rp1,200 trillion.

The higher investment target is needed to fill the declining financing gap since the state budget deficit must be kept below three percent.

“In order to keep our growth above five percent, we need investment. Hence, I am sure that future investment will be above Rp1,200 trillion,” Lahadalia noted.

He is also optimistic that the investment realization target of Rp1,200 trillion in 2022 would be achieved.

Until the first semester of 2022, the realization of investment had reached Rp584.6 trillion, or 58.4 percent of the existing target.

He said that the flow of investment realization would continue to increase until the end of the year to pursue the company’s targets.

“Usually, the investment flow cycle is the smallest in the first quarter and then increases in the third and fourth quarters since people are pursuing targets. With the data we have, God willing, it will be achieved,” he concluded.

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Kerala-based menswear startup G&A bags investment

Kochi: The Indian apparel startup company Giacca & Abito Sartoriale Fashion (G&A) has received investment from Kerala-based angel investors Sonu Vaidyan and Dr. Sony Vaidyan. The lump sum received has not been announced yet. The angel investors are also the directors of the leading business chain, Syama Dynamic Group.

Kollam-native Sreejith Sreekumar has developed his brand, G & A, with the sole purpose of making luxury fashion accessible and affordable for layman.

The startup has already gained momentum in the Indian fashion space and has established over a hundred counters in leading fashion retailers within Kerala alone. The company has within a year found its space in the markets of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, West Bengal, UP, Bihar, Odisha, Punjab and Delhi.

Sreekumar, founder & CEO of G&A, said the investment is a definitive recognition of the company’s steadfast commitment to making luxury menswear accessible and affordable while not compromising quality. The investment has paved the way to achieve the company’s dream of generating Rs 20 crore in revenue in the next fiscal and would greatly contribute to meeting the rising demands through expanding production avenues.

Sonu Vaidyan, who is among the investors, reveals his benchmark for investing which is concerned with businesses rooted in Kerala that aim for the global market, just like G & A. The growth of the company within a short span of time is what propelled the investment, according to him.


Strong policies on investment to be crafted

June 16, 2022

BEIJING – State Council says projects to bolster country’s consumption and create jobs

China will support private investment and move forward projects that have multiple effects in its effort to spur effective investment, consumption and employment, the State Council’s executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang decided on Wednesday.

The meeting highlighted the need to stay committed to ensuring stable growth at the current stage, and pursue long-term goals for sustained and sound economic development. Stronger policy measures will be taken as needed to stabilize economic activity, without resorting to excessive funding or compromising long-term economic interests.

The meeting pointed out that efforts to expand effective investment should prioritize projects that will not only strengthen areas of weakness and facilitate structural adjustments, but also boost consumption and create jobs.

As the private sector contributes more than half of the investment, it is important to work to consolidate and develop the public sector and to encourage, support and guide the development of the non-public sector. Market-based and reform measures will be taken to spur private investment.

“The economic situation remains serious and complex. For China, steady growth is of vital importance. The government must not just focus on one aspect of work. We need to design our policies in a way that meets various challenges at the same time, efficiently coordinate all resources to form synergy, and strive to deliver multiple effects with one policy,” Li said.

“Effective investment should be fully leveraged to maintain steady growth and boost employment, and private investment and the building of underground multipurpose utility tunnels are two important levers.”

Demonstration projects to attract private investment will be selected from the 102 major programs set out in the 14th Five-year Plan (2021-25) and in identified key areas for development. Approved transportation, water resources management and other projects must be expedited, and private investment will receive equal treatment in bidding.

Financial institutions will be guided toward supporting project development through refinancing or loan renewals. Eligible projects will receive guarantee of financing from the government. Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, projects will be swiftly launched.

“More forceful and effective measures should be adopted to strengthen confidence and anchor expectations. Support will be given to projects with private investment in accordance with laws and regulations,” Li said.

Construction of underground multipurpose utility tunnels has great investment potential and can play a catalytic role since the typical project will deliver multiple benefits. Construction of underground multipurpose utility tunnels will be advanced along with the renovation of dilapidated urban drainage networks.

Well-calibrated planning will be made, policy support stepped up and fee-based mechanisms improved to attract private investment. Financial institutions will be guided toward issuing long-term loans.

“Underground utility tunnels are about what’s on the inside of a city, and they must be well-planned in the process of new urbanization. Best practices in this respect should be disseminated, and more funds could be mobilized by supporting the participation of private investment,” Li said.


Bank Stocks News: What’s Going on with JPM, BLK, WFC, C, GS Stocks Today?

Today, bank stocks like JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM), BlackRock (NYSE:BLK), Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC), Citigroup (NYSE:C) and Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) are in the spotlight. That’s because two of these companies — JPMorgan and BlackRock — reported earnings for the first quarter this morning. Now, the reports from these two names are setting the tone for the rest of the bank stocks.

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With that in mind, let’s jump into the details. Here’s what investors should know about the recent earnings reports.

Bank Stocks News: JPM Stock and Q1 Earnings

For the period, JPMorgan posted Q1 revenue of $31.59 billion, beating consensus analyst expectations of $30.86 billion. However, profits tallied in at $8.28 billion, which was down a massive 42% year-over-year (YOY). The investment bank attributed the drop in profit to lower investment banking revenue, Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine and “increased costs for bad loans.”

Specifically, investment banking revenue fell 28% YOY for the period, while investment banking fees dropped 31% YOY due to “lower equity and debt underwriting activity.” Meanwhile, JPM reported a $524 million loss due to markdowns and large spreads also caused by Russia’s invasion. JPMorgan increased its credit reserves by $902 million during the quarter as well, in order to insure against potential loan losses. In the report, CEO Jamie Dimon issued a bleak warning on the state of the economy:

“We remain optimistic on the economy, at least for the short term — consumer and business balance sheets as well as consumer spending remain at healthy levels — but see significant geopolitical and economic challenges ahead due to high inflation, supply chain issues and the war in Ukraine.”

Currently, shares of JPM stock are down about 3% on the day.

BLK Stock and Q1 Earnings

This morning, BlackRock also reported earnings. For the period, the bank saw Q1 revenue of $4.7 billion, up 7% YOY and meeting analyst expectations. Furthermore, adjusted earnings per share (EPS) came in at $9.52. That beat expectations of $8.70 per share. BlackRock is known for managing exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and the company disclosed $56 billion of inflows during the quarter. CEO Larry Fink also chimed in on the company’s outlook:

“As the world continues to face geopolitical and economic uncertainty, our investments over the years to build BlackRock’s all-weather platform position us well to advise our clients and help them pursue their long-term financial goals.”

Shares of BLK stock are down less than a percent at the time of writing.

When Will Wells Fargo, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs Report?

Looking forward, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and Citigroup have all confirmed they will report Q1 earnings tomorrow morning, April 14. Tomorrow will likely be a volatile day for bank stocks as these first-quarter company performances become disclosed.

On the date of publication, Eddie Pan did not hold (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the Publishing Guidelines.


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