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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

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Prophecy Coal Obtains Credit Facilities Totaling $7 Million To Advance Chandgana Project

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Dec. 30, 2011) - Prophecy Coal Corp. ("Prophecy" or the "Company") (TSX:PCY)(OTCQX:PRPCF)(FRANKFURT:1P2) is pleased to announce that it has executed a term sheet for a secured debt facility of up to $5 million (the "Debt Facility") with a leading resource lender and a $2 million inter-company loan facility agreement (the "Inter-Co Facility") with its controlled affiliate, Prophecy Platinum Corp. The Debt Facility is currently subject to completion of the lender's due diligence, TSX approval and completion of customary credit documentation.

The Debt Facility is due in fourteen months after its drawdown and bears interest at 10% per annum, compounded quarterly. A structuring fee of $50,000 is payable in cash as well as up to 1 million common shares of Prophecy Coal. The common shares issuable to the lender will be subject to a four month hold period. The Debt Facility is secured by a general security agreement and by a pledge of a number of Prophecy Platinum shares which must remain at 300% of the amount owed under the Debt Facility.

The Inter-Co Facility provides the Company and Prophecy Platinum with the ability to request a demand loan from the other company of up to $2 million at an interest rate of 14.4% per annum, compounded annually. Special committees of independent directors from both companies reviewed and approved the Inter-Co Facility. The size and nature of the Inter-Co Facility make it exempt from related party transaction rules including minority shareholder approvals.

John Lee, Chairman and CEO of Prophecy Coal states: "These facilities should carry Prophecy Coal towards completing Power Plant Project Financing in 2012. The company currently has no debt and over $120 million in assets."

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Entree Gold Announces Exercise of Over-Allotment Option

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Dec. 30, 2011) - Entrée Gold Inc. (TSX:ETG)(NYSE Amex:EGI

)(FRANKFURT:EKA) -

Entrée Gold Inc. ("Entrée" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that the underwriters of the Company's recently completed public offering have exercised their over-allotment option, and will purchase an additional 1,150,000 shares at a price of $1.25 per share. The Company anticipates that Rio Tinto Exploration Canada Inc. ("Rio Tinto") will exercise its pre-emptive rights in full and purchase an additional 170,455 shares of the Company at a price of $1.25 per share. Closing is expected to occur on January 4, 2012.

The syndicate of underwriters is led by Desjardins Securities Inc. and includes National Bank Financial Inc., TD Securities Inc., Knight Capital Group and Trapeze Capital Corp.

The net proceeds of the offering are expected to be used to fund ongoing exploration on the Company's Ann Mason project in Nevada and Shivee West project in Mongolia, and for general corporate purposes. Please see the Company's prospectus supplement dated November 23, 2011 to the Company's short form base shelf prospectus dated November 19, 2010 filed on SEDAR at www.sedar.com for further details.

The common shares have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or any state securities laws, and may not be offered or sold in the United States or to, or for the benefit or account of any U.S. person, unless exemptions from such registration requirements are available. This news release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy these securities. There shall be no offer or sale of these securities in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to the registration or qualification of such securities under the laws of any such jurisdiction.

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Court to hear Canadian Khan Resources' suit against Russia's uranium producer

MOSCOW, December 30 (RAPSI, Vladimir Yaduta) -- The Ontario Superior Court (Canada) has scheduled for January 24 its next hearing of a lawsuit filed by Khan Resources (TSX:KRI), a Canadian corporation involved in uranium exploration and development, against Russian uranium producer Atomredmetzoloto JSC (ARMZ), the Ontario Attorney Office told the Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI/rapsinews.com) on Friday.

Founded in 1991, Atomredmetzoloto JSC is one of the leaders in the world uranium mining industry. It is among the top five uranium mining companies by uranium output. ARMZ operates all uranium production assets in Russia and runs several projects in Kazakhstan.

Khan Resources embarked on a joint venture with ARMZ to develop a uranium mining area in Mongolia known as the Dornod fields. Khan Resources had a 58% share in the joint venture and ARMZ had a 21% share.

However, Khan Resources said ARMZ later sought to deprive Khan Resources of its interests in the fields by entering into another joint venture with the Mongolian government to develop the same land. ARMZ took steps to cancel Khan's mining license so that they could proceed with their new joint venture with the Mongolian government.

In November 2009 ARMZ commenced an ultimately unsuccessful hostile takeover bid for Khan Resources, which was rejected by the Canadian company.

Khan Resources also filed a suit against the Mongolian government with the international arbitration court in January 2011. Khan Resources said the international arbitration court is expected to consider in May 2012 whether the case falls within its jurisdiction, after which the lawsuit is expected to be considered on its merits.

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Monvest Appoints Renell Listing Bank and Market Maker Upgrades Frankfurt Listing Plan to Entry Standard

FRANKFURT, Dec. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Monvest Inc. (Monvest), an entertainment, leisure and travel company that operates the National Lottery of Mongolia appointed Renell Wertpapierhandelsbank AG (Renell) as Listing Applicant Bank and market maker. Monvest is in line to become the first Mongolian Group to do a primary listing on the Deutsche Boerse's Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FWB). Renell joins Listing Partner Salans, a leading German law firm, to manage the Monvest listing on the FWB Open Market.

The Renell appointment comes as the Monvest response to a December 20, 2011 announcement by Deutsche Boerse AG to "not list any shares or certificates representing shares on the First Quotation Board any more until further notice" due to "suspected market manipulation". Renell will work with Monvest on a solution that is expected to culminate in listing on the FWB Entry Standard in first quarter 2012.

"Deutsche Boerse has made it clear that it is concerned by the level of transparency on the FQB," says Nixon Yap, Founder and Chairman of Monvest. "In response Monvest has decided to push for an Entry Standard listing on the FWB, which comes with a much higher level of transparency and reporting requirements. As the first Mongolian Group to list on FWB we must reach the highest level of standards to make investors comfortable in this difficult market environment." 

Yap notes that Monvest chose Renell to support its listing program as Renell "…is a leading bank when it comes to handling FQB and Entry Standard listing transaction in Frankfurt. Renell has completed a number of listing in Asia and we are proud to work with them on this project. In addition, the Renell prowess as a market maker is most important for our share liquidity management plan."

Monvest Group commenced its National Lottery operations in mid-2011. Monvest is in the process of completing the Phase I roll-out of 150 lottery distribution outlets in the nation's capital of Ulan Bator. Another 150 lottery outlets are slated to be onstream by mid-2012. Two lottery games are already launched by Monvest, a 6D Jackpot and a 6/42 Lotto.

Listing Team Excellence

In 2010, Renell was the market leader for FQB listings with 65 cases. As a leading broker and Xetra (online trading) specialist, Renell handles 2,500 transactions daily for enterprises like Deutsche Boerse AG, Commerzbank AG, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG , Prada and SolarWorld AG. Renell boasts 15 Xetra market specialists for the 200 order books it manages on the FWB, 30 of which are on the Prime or General Standard.

"Asian listings have become more and more important in recent years to the FWB and we are dedicated to making these projects work," states Marc Renell. "As a family business in our own right, we understand the way Asian entrepreneurs think. We and believe that we can serve them well for all their needs in Frankfurt. Monvest is a good case in point."

In Asia, Renell has completed four Chinese listings, including Asia Growth Venture (investment company), Shang Dong Fu Yang Green Timber AG (investment company), Shanghai Cheng Beng (auto accessories) and Jufeel Heng Chang Precious Metal Renewable Resource AG (investment company). Two of the largest projects Asian were for Sejong Investment PLC ofSouth Korea and Vasseti (UK) Plc. of Malaysia.

Renell has a global presence with admittance to some 85 stock markets worldwide. In clearance and settlement, Renell works closely with BNP Paribas, the sixth largest bank in the world.

Frankfurt Capital Market

Frankfurter Wertpapierboerse (FWB), also known as the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, is one of the world's largest securities trading centers with a tradition that dates back over 400 years. With a share in turnover of more than 90%, it is the largest of Germany's seven stock exchanges. Deutsche Boerse AG operates the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

FWB is the world's third largest trading exchange, ranked only behind the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ. Frankfurt Stock Exchange is home to public companies from over 80 different countries with companies from North America making up almost 40% of the total listings, including over 3,200 from the US alone. More and more companies from countries like the US, Canada, Australia, the UK, India, China choose FWB over their home country's stock exchange.

"Frankfurt is a logical step for Monvest to bring its story to the global investment community," added Yap. "We see FWB as a steppingstone into the European capital market, and, despite the recent economic ills, there is no denying that Europe boasts one of the world's largest pools of capital. European investors also have a historic global outlook that allows them to embrace countries like Mongolia."

About Monvest

Monvest, Inc. was incorporated in the US to invest in entertainment, travel and leisure businesses. The focus of Monvest is to develop operations in Mongolia, where it owns and operates the National Lottery. In Mongolia, Monvest companies include Modern Capital Vest LLC, a lottery management company, and BizINVIN LLC, holder of the National Lottery license.

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Holdings in Origo

December 29, Origo Partners Plc (LON:OPP) -- The Company was notified yesterday that Ecofin Water & Power Opportunities plc holds 45,165,808 ordinary shares in the Company, representing 12.54% of the issued share capital.

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Mongolia Growth Group Ltd. Publishes December 2011 Monthly Letter to Shareholders

Ulaanbaatar, MONGOLIA, Dec 30, 2011 (Filing Services Canada via COMTEX) -- Mongolia Growth Group Ltd. (YAK - CNSX), is pleased to announce the release of its December 2011 letter to shareholders.

December 2011 Shareholder Letter

To the Shareholders of Mongolia Growth Group Ltd.,

I'm writing to you from Ulaanbaatar where -30 Fahrenheit is considered a warm day. Amazingly, many of the locals seem oblivious to the outside temperature as they go about their lives. Similarly, Mongolia seems remarkably unaffected by the debt crisis in Europe. I recently returned after a month in the US and you can actually notice that the pace of economic activity in Ulaanbaatar has increased. The restaurants are even more crowded and there are more luxury cars on the roads-which have incidentally turned into parking lots now that most Mongolians can afford vehicles. In drastic contrast to the fear that I've witnessed in the Western World, Mongolia is doing just fine.

December saw us complete a number of moderately sized investments primarily involving ground floor retail space; however the pace of transactions slowed substantially as the holidays approached. That worked fine for us as we had invested almost all of our capital not considered part of our "emergency reserve fund". On December 23rd, we closed on a capital raise which will add CDN $15,000,000 to our equity. Most of this capital is slated to purchase several larger assets that we are in the process of doing due diligence on. I am hopeful that we can close on a number of these in the first quarter of 2012.

As investors, we like to talk about the upside we see in Mongolia, but the unfortunate truth is that the gains from the current boom are not being evenly distributed to all Mongolians. As in any developing economy, education is a key component in economic advancement. Here at MGG, we want to ensure that students in the ger districts have access to the same materials that students in the downtown find essential. In the holiday spirit, we recently donated over 200 text-books to a number of schools in the ger district to the north of Ulaanbaatar. Our intention is to use 2012 to substantially increase our efforts to make sure that the benefits of Mongolia's economic growth reach those who are less fortunate. As long term investors in Mongolia, we see education as a primary way to facilitate continued economic growth and ensure that everyone participates in this growth.

I want to conclude by thanking all employees of Mongolia Growth Group; those in our property business and those at Mandal Insurance, for their help in making 2011 amazingly successful for our company. In particular, I want to thank our shareholders as Jordan and I could not have created this company without your investment in MGG. As stewards of your capital, we take this responsibility very seriously. We have big plans for 2012 and want to thank everyone for their continued support.

Sincerely,

Harris Kupperman

Chairman & CEO

Mongolia Growth Group Ltd.

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(MSE) STOCK EXCHANGE WEEKLY REVIEW

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, January 2 /MONTSAME/ Four stock trades were held at Mongolia's Stock Exchange on December 26-30. In overall, 647.5 thousand shares were sold of 71 joint-stock companies totaling MNT 527.6 million.

Index TOP-20 was 21687.57 points increasing 1436.24 units or 7.1% against the week earlier. The total market capitalization was set at MNT two trillion 168.6 billion increasing MNT 153.5 billion or 7.6%.

Shares of "USIB" /74.8%/, "Agroteh" /50.4%/, and "Chatsargana" /45.9%/ increased, but shares of "Avto impex" /24.1%/, "Guril tejeel bulgan" /15.0%/, and "Mongol shevro" /15.0%/ decreased.

46 stocks closed higher, 17 shares declined and eight shares remained unchanged. Shares of "Remikon" /168.4 thousand units/, "Olloo" /167.1 thousand units/ and "Hermes Center" /161.9 thousand units/ were the most actively traded in terms of trading volume and in terms of trading value--"Tavantolgoi" (MNT 148.0 million), "APU" (MNT 62.3 million), and "Mogoin gol" (48.9 million).

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MSE ORGANIZES BLOCK TRADING

January 2 (MSE) According to resolution No 277A of Bayanzurkh district court of 16th Dec 2009, MSE re-organizes block trading of “Bayalag Nalaikh” JSCompany’s 99 800 units at 1 177 tugrik,  the average price of recent 6 six months on the day of 5th Jan 2012 in accordance with Securities trading regulation. 

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NEWS FROM ERDENET (Mining Corporation)

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, January 2 /MONTSAME/ Basic and tariff salaries for all workers of the Erdenet Mining Corporation were increased by 20 per cent on the very first day of this year.

An order to do so has been given by the corporation's Director-general.

Before this pay rise, an average salary stood at MNT 1.4 million which was, in its turn, higher of that of Mongolian miners.

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A concentrating shop at the Corporation processed 26.1 million tons ore in 2011, reflecting the highest ever result. In addition to it, the shop overfulfilled the plan of taking copper and molybdenum.

As considered, these achievements are directly related to a technical renovation made last year. The corporation installed a new pump in the waste-processing shop, renewed the 4th section of flotation concentration, put into use a pressure filter for molybdenum concentration. The corporation is now available to process 35 million tons ore per year.

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The Corporation has named its highlight events of 2011. One of them is that four workers became the State Prize Holders by  a decree of the President Ts.Elbegdorj.

The corporation also received last year a prize of the best entities of the world announced by the Europe Business Assembly (EBA). This prize was handed to the corporation's officials at the International Consultation of Mining and Energy Ministers in London last year.

In 2011, the corporation's income reached MNT 1.2 trillion, the net revenue is expected to reach MNT 280 billion. This is the highest of the corporation ever in history. Also, the corporation has started a construction of internationally-accepted diagnosis-and- treatment center. The erection, being performed by "Himon Construction" LLC, is supposed to finish this June.

On occasion of the 35th anniversary of Erdenet city, the corporation constructed a 9,600-seat stadium, the biggest in   localities, and made a 21-meter high metal statue of Buddha.

The Erdenet Mining Corporation has been named as one of the top enterprisers of Mongolia, for the 11 times.

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Ban on mining licenses set to end

January 2 (news.mn) In April 2012 (sic), Parliament passed a law suspending the issuance of special mining licenses for exploration. The law was set to expire on December 31, 2011. 

On December 28, the Cabinet discussed amendments to the law and submitted suggestions to lawmakers, and it appears the suspension will be lifted.

Mining companies had opposed the suspension, saying it made it difficult for them to continue exploration. The number of licenses issued under the suspension was reduced dramatically. 

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Mongol Bank will not increase its interest rate

December 30 (news.mn) On December 28, Mongol Bank officials announced that the bank will not increase its current interest rate of 12.25 percent. The rate had already been raised three times in 2011.

The bank’s director of foreign currency also said the value of the tugrik has fallen on international markets in recent months, which has resulted in an outflow of foreign currency from Mongolia. But he said the problem is not serious, and the bank will take measures to prevent the tugrik from falling and further.

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Parliament approves new electoral districts

December 30 (news.mn) After its special session commemorating the centennial of Mongolia’s independence on Wednesday, Parliament approved a protocol establishing new electoral districts.

According to the protocol Arkhangai aimag will get two seats in Parliament, Bayan-Ulgii two, Bayankhongor two, Bulgan one, Gobi-Altai one, Dornogobi and Gobisumber aimags one, Dornod two, Dundgobi one, Zavkhan two, Umnugobi one, Uvurkhangai two, Selenge two, Sukhbaatar one, Tuv two, Khovd two, Khentii two, Khuvsgul two, Uvs two, Darkhan-Uul two, and Orkhon two

The Khan-Uul, Bagakhangai, and Baganuur districts in the capital will become one electoral district with two seats, Bayanzurkh district and Nalaikh district will become one electoral district with three seats, Sukhbaatar district, Chingeltei district and Bayangol district will each have two seats, and Songinokhairkhan district gets three seats

The remaining 28 seats will be determined by voting for political parties.

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MPP unveils twenty-year plan

December 30 (news.mn) Prime Minister and MPP Chairman S.Batbold met with journalists on Wednesday to unveil the party’s plan for developing Mongolia over the next twenty years.

S.Batbold said Mongolia has developed rapidly over the past two decades, but he said the country still faces many problems, including corruption, unemployment, and poverty. He added that road construction programs should be used to promote regional development.

The premier noted that public-private cooperation is crucial to the country’s development. According to estimates, per capita GDP in Mongolia is USD 3,000 in 2011 and is expected to rise to USD 5,000 in 2012. S.Batbold said the MPP’s policy is that all levels of society should benefit from this growth. He also said good governance is an issue, because corruption and bribery undermine the people’s confidence in the state.

The plan has three phases: 2012 to 2016, 2016 to 2021, and 2021 to 2031. The MPP’s goals are to strengthen corporate oversight, to create an open and transparent system of governance, and to reduce air pollution by switching to cleaner-burning fuel sources

The party also says the great mass of society should not be poor while a small segment gets rich.

The plan says Mongolia should be as developed as Poland and Turkey by 2016.

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G.Batkhuu proposes extending tax breaks for farmers

December 30 (news.mn) Deputy Speaker G.Batkhuu submitted to Speaker D.Demberel on Wednesday a draft law to extend tax breaks for farmers.

In 2008, Parliament approved a law that exempts many agricultural products from value-added and customs taxes, including farm machinery and fertilizers, but the law is scheduled to expire on December 31, 2011. 

Those who support extending the tax break say it has enabled many farmers to purchase new equipment and adopt the latest harvesting techniques. They also say the tax break has increased output, improved productivity, increased employment, and resulted in healthier food.

The draft law would extend the tax breaks until December 31, 2016. G.Batkhuu said he believes harvests will continue to increase is the extension is approved.

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MONGOLIAN AIRLINES GROUP TO OWN "AIRBUS A-319" AIRCRAFTS

January 2 (InfoMongolia.com) The civil aviation "Mongolian Airlines Group" company will have two "Airbus A-319" aircrafts. They are to purchase these aircrafts from the United States, which have a capacity of 124 passengers and flies in middle distance with jet engines, constructed under modern technology.

These planes, to fly in domestic and international destinations, are going to be released for service in March of 2012 at the start of summer flight schedules. The Director responsible for policy, strategy and planning E. Margad told the reporters, "Needs are arising to invest in aviation sector, following the growth of Mongolian economy We are planning to increase the number of our aircrafts in the future". The "Mongolian Airlines Group" company is opening its aviation service in the destinations of Khuvsgul, Bayankhongor and Dornod aimags with "Fokker-50" aircrafts, and will add its destinations to Khovd and Uvurkhangai aimags starting February of this year.

Mongolian Airlines Group LLC is the third airline company to offer domestic flights The company will operate from Chinggis Khaan International Airport and operate domestic flights to Dalanzadgad in the South, Khovd in the West, Murun in the North, Choibalsan in the East, and Bayankhongor and Arvaikheer in the center. A first trial domestic flight of the newly registered company took off on November 18, 2011 as a charter flight to Bayankhongor aimag. In the past few years only two airlines, the Eznis and Aero-Mongolia operated domestic flights.

The new registration of Mongolian Airlines is a revival of a similar company with the same name established in 1956, which flew an Antonov AN-2 aircraft The original Mongolian Airlines company has changed forms and ownership several times, involving separation from MIAT in 1992. Bodi Group, a Mongolian business conglomerate , is responsible for the company's reorganization and owns the company outright

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Mongolia to introduce new electronic passport

December 31 (news.mn) Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister G.Zandanshatar presented a sample of Mongolia’s new electronic passport to President Ts.Elbegdorj on Wednesday.

G.Zandanshatar said the new passport conforms to the international standards of the International Civil Aviation Organization, as well as Mongolia’s national security and foreign policy goals. He said the new passport will make it easier for Mongolians to travel abroad. He also said the new passport contains the latest technology, including anti-counterfeit measures.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade plans to introduce the new passports in 2012, in connection with the centennial of the establishment of Mongolia’s diplomatic service. The passport contains 27 security features, said G.Zandanshatar. 

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Table: Mongolia Related Stocks (Source: Bloomberg)

 

Name

Symbol

$

Price

Change

+-%

Open

High

Low

Volume

Time

% YTD

% 12 m

Indices

ASX 200

AS51:IND

4,056.60

-14.5

-0.36%

4,076.90

4,088.70

4,054.80

-

30-Dec

 

 

Nikkei 225

NKY:IND

8,455.35

56.46

0.67%

8,434.90

8,455.35

8,415.56

-

30-Dec

 

 

Hang Seng

HSI:IND

18,434.39

36.47

0.20%

18,489.04

18,506.27

18,415.85

-

30-Dec

 

 

MSE Top 20

MSETOP:IND

21,088.7

-598.9

-2.76%

21,088.7

21,088.7

21,088.7

-

2-Jan

 

 

FTSE 100

UKX:IND

5,572.28

5.51

0.10%

5,566.77

5,588.39

5,535.20

-

30-Dec

 

 

TSX Composite

SPTSX:IND

11,955.09

113.39

0.96%

11,837.54

11,959.81

11,839.67

-

30-Dec

 

 

S&P 500

SPX:IND

1,257.60

-5.42

-0.43%

1,262.82

1,264.12

1,257.46

-

30-Dec

ASX

Aspire Mining

AKM:AU

A$

0.37

0

0.00%

0.37

0.38

0.36

1,112,118

30-Dec

0.00%

-22.92%

Blina Minerals

BDI:AU

A$

0.005

0.001

25.00%

0.005

0.005

0.005

745,920

30-Dec

0.00%

-66.67%

Draig Resources

DRG:AU

A$

0.042

0

0.00%

0.041

0.042

0.04

0

25-Nov

50.00%

FeOre

FEO:AU

A$

0.28

0

0.00%

0.28

0.28

0.28

0

28-Dec

0.00%

General Mining

GMM:AU

A$

0.041

0

0.00%

0.047

0.047

0.041

0

28-Dec

0.00%

-65.83%

Guildford Coal

GUF:AU

A$

0.75

0.03

4.17%

0.7

0.75

0.7

2,141,962

30-Dec

0.00%

2.74%

Haranga Resources

HAR:AU

A$

0.285

0

0.00%

0.285

0.285

0.285

10,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-55.47%

Hunnu Coal

HUN:AU

A$

Modun Resources

MOU:AU

A$

0.045

0.005

12.50%

0.04

0.045

0.04

1,093,255

30-Dec

0.00%

350.00%

Mongolian Res Corp

MUB:AU

A$

0.125

0

0.00%

0.125

0.125

0.125

3,759

30-Dec

0.00%

Robe Australia

ROB:AU

A$

0.014

0

0.00%

0.014

0.014

0.014

150,000

30-Dec

0.00%

49.73%

Voyager Resources

VOR:AU

A$

0.068

0.001

1.49%

0.067

0.07

0.067

653,544

30-Dec

0.00%

26.81%

Xanadu Mines

XAM:AU

A$

0.345

0

0.00%

0.335

0.35

0.335

33,140

30-Dec

0.00%

-38.94%

MSE

A Board

Aduunchuluun 

ADL:MO

MNT

6150

150

2.50%

6001

6300

6000

608

2-Jan

2.50%

-23.13%

APU

APU:MO

MNT

4000

-200

-4.76%

4200

4280

4000

354

2-Jan

-4.76%

101.01%

Atar Urguu

ATR:MO

MNT

Baganuur 

BAN:MO

MNT

12500

-600

-4.58%

12999

12999

12499

843

2-Jan

-4.58%

19.05%

Mogoin Gol

BDL:MO

MNT

32000

1000

3.23%

31000

32000

31000

510

2-Jan

3.23%

171.19%

BDSec 

BDS:MO

MNT

3500

0

0.00%

3500

3500

3500

0

28-Dec

0.00%

40.00%

Bayangol Hotel

BNG:MO

MNT

35950

0

0.00%

35950

35950

35950

0

30-Dec

0.00%

50.42%

Bayanteeg 

BTG:MO

MNT

36000

0

0.00%

36000

36000

36000

0

30-Dec

0.00%

UB BUK

BUK:MO

MNT

32500

0

0.00%

32500

32500

32500

0

30-Dec

0.00%

615.07%

Eermel

EER:MO

MNT

2800

0

0.00%

2706

2800

2706

116

2-Jan

0.00%

-2.61%

Gobi 

GOV:MO

MNT

5081

-69

-1.34%

5100

5100

5081

125

2-Jan

-1.34%

-9.27%

Gutal

GTL:MO

MNT

2700

200

8.00%

2700

2700

2700

15

2-Jan

0.00%

Hi B Oil

HBO:MO

MNT

190

0

0.00%

190

190

190

0

30-Dec

0.00%

5.56%

Khukh Gan

HGN:MO

MNT

200

0

0.00%

200

200

200

0

30-Dec

0.00%

6.95%

Hermes Centre

HRM:MO

MNT

60

4

7.14%

60

60

60

100

2-Jan

7.14%

11.11%

Jenko Tour Bureau

JTB:MO

MNT

90

-4

-4.26%

91

91

90

35,567

2-Jan

-4.26%

-4.26%

Telecom Mongolia

MCH:MO

MNT

2700

0

0.00%

2700

2700

2700

0

30-Dec

0.00%

-22.86%

Mongolia Dev Res

MDR:MO

MNT

1010

0

0.00%

1025

1025

1010

0

30-Dec

0.00%

-22.31%

Moninjbar

MIB:MO

MNT

149

19

14.62%

149

149

149

100

2-Jan

14.62%

29.57%

Mongol Nekhmel

MNH:MO

MNT

3770

490

14.94%

3770

3770

3770

3

2-Jan

14.94%

190.00%

Hotel Mongolia

MSH:MO

MNT

899

0

0.00%

899

899

899

0

27-Dec

0.00%

Darkhan Nekhii

NEH:MO

MNT

6200

0

0.00%

6200

6200

6200

0

28-Dec

0.00%

26.53%

Nak Tulsh

NKT:MO

MNT

175

0

0.00%

175

175

175

50

2-Jan

0.00%

-46.15%

Olloo

OLL:MO

MNT

240

1

0.42%

239

240

225

10,314

2-Jan

0.42%

60.00%

Remikon 

RMC:MO

MNT

177

1

0.57%

176

177

174

38,020

2-Jan

0.57%

145.83%

Sharyn Gol 

SHG:MO

MNT

11350

0

0.00%

11350

11350

11350

54

2-Jan

0.00%

8.10%

Shivee Ovoo

SHV:MO

MNT

15250

-50

-0.33%

15250

15250

15250

1

2-Jan

-0.33%

17.31%

Sor

SOR:MO

MNT

3800

-20

-0.52%

3820

3820

3800

57

2-Jan

-0.52%

406.67%

Suu 

SUU:MO

MNT

65000

0

0.00%

65000

65000

65000

0

28-Dec

209.72%

Tav

TAV:MO

MNT

32500

0

0.00%

32500

32500

32500

0

14-Dec

Talkh Chikher

TCK:MO

MNT

11200

700

6.67%

11000

11498

11000

335

2-Jan

6.67%

202.70%

Tavantolgoi

TTL:MO

MNT

10520

-480

-4.36%

11000

11100

10520

2,019

2-Jan

-4.36%

82.64%

State Dept Store 

UID:MO

MNT

599

19

3.28%

575

599

575

717

2-Jan

3.28%

39.30%

Ulaanbaatar Hotel

ULN:MO

MNT

45000

0

0.00%

46000

46000

45000

0

30-Dec

0.00%

63.64%

Mongol Savkhi

UYN:MO

MNT

2587

0

0.00%

2587

2587

2587

2

2-Jan

0.00%

370.36%

Zoos Goyol

ZOO:MO

MNT

940

0

0.00%

899

940

899

0

30-Dec

0.00%

18.99%

HKEx

Solartech Int’l

1166:HK

HKD

0.177

-0.002

-1.12%

0.18

0.18

0.177

1,615,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-81.56%

Winsway

1733:HK

HKD

2.29

0.02

0.88%

2.27

2.31

2.24

4,371,015

30-Dec

0.00%

-49.04%

SouthGobi Resources

1878:HK

HKD

45.55

0.1

0.22%

45.9

45.9

45.45

9,096

30-Dec

0.00%

-54.22%

China Gold

2099:HK

HKD

18.2

0.32

1.79%

18.14

18.4

18

116,500

30-Dec

0.00%

-56.67%

CNNC Int’l

2302:HK

HKD

2.02

-0.08

-3.81%

2.06

2.11

2.02

196,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-76.78%

Real Gold Mining

246:HK

HKD

8.81

0

0.00%

8.81

8.81

8.81

0

30-Dec

0.00%

-34.28%

Mongolia Energy

276:HK

HKD

0.7

-0.01

-1.41%

0.71

0.72

0.69

9,814,426

30-Dec

0.00%

-69.83%

Zijin Mining

2899:HK

HKD

2.92

0.06

2.10%

2.86

2.94

2.86

########

30-Dec

0.00%

-38.10%

Mongolia Inv Group

402:HK

HKD

0.046

-0.001

-2.13%

0.047

0.047

0.046

2,678,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-68.92%

North Asia Resources

61:HK

HKD

0.222

0.002

0.91%

0.22

0.222

0.22

205,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-75.60%

China Daye Non-Fer.

661:HK

HKD

0.46

0.02

4.55%

0.445

0.46

0.43

8,002,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-17.86%

Bestway Int’l

718:HK

HKD

0.061

-0.001

-1.61%

0.059

0.061

0.059

100,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-56.74%

Asia Coal

835:HK

HKD

0.105

0

0.00%

0.105

0.105

0.105

0

30-Dec

0.00%

-58.00%

Mongolian Mining

975:HK

HKD

5.84

0.13

2.28%

6

6

5.74

943,500

30-Dec

0.00%

-35.61%

SGX

LionGold

LIGO:SP

SGD

0.87

0.01

1.16%

0.86

0.87

0.86

########

30-Dec

0.00%

19.18%

LSE

Central Asia Metals

CAML:LN

GBp

56.875

0

0.00%

56.875

56.875

56.875

0

30-Dec

0.00%

-36.98%

Petro Matad

MATD:LN

GBp

24.75

-0.125

-0.50%

24.875

24.875

24.75

7,163

30-Dec

0.00%

-79.71%

Metal-Tech

MTT:LN

GBp

3.75

0

0.00%

3.75

3.75

3.75

0

30-Dec

0.00%

-75.81%

Origo Partners

OPP:LN

GBp

35

0

0.00%

35

35

35

99,327

30-Dec

0.00%

-14.63%

Tembusu

TIL:LN

GBp

2.375

0

0.00%

2.375

2.375

2.375

0

30-Dec

0.00%

North

America

Aberdeen Int’l

AAB:CN

CAD

0.65

0.1

18.18%

0.53

0.65

0.53

725,311

30-Dec

0.00%

-19.62%

Blue Zen Mem. Parks

BZM:CN

CAD

0.05

-0.01

-16.67%

0.05

0.05

0.05

1,200

30-Dec

0.00%

Centerra Gold

CG:CN

CAD

18

0.19

1.07%

17.85

18.28

17.62

150,970

30-Dec

0.00%

-7.33%

China Gold

CGG:CN

CAD

2.56

0.08

3.23%

2.44

2.67

2.44

347,261

30-Dec

0.00%

-52.85%

Denison Mines

DML:CN

CAD

1.27

0.02

1.60%

1.25

1.28

1.24

1,056,630

30-Dec

0.00%

-62.76%

Denison Mines

DNN:US

USD

1.25

0.01

0.81%

1.22

1.25

1.22

1,718,449

30-Dec

0.00%

-63.45%

East Asia Minerals

EAS:CN

CAD

0.47

0.01

2.17%

0.47

0.485

0.47

191,029

30-Dec

0.00%

-94.15%

Entree Gold

EGI:US

USD

1.2

0.01

0.84%

1.19

1.24

1.19

69,277

30-Dec

0.00%

-65.32%

Erdene Resource

ERD:CN

CAD

0.375

0

0.00%

0.375

0.38

0.35

67,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-69.76%

Entree Gold

ETG:CN

CAD

1.24

0.01

0.81%

1.23

1.25

1.23

17,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-64.27%

Fortress Minerals

FST:CN

CAD

4.1

0

0.00%

3.84

4.1

3.84

0

29-Dec

0.00%

-5.75%

Garrison Int’l

GAU:CN

CAD

0.015

0

0.00%

0.015

0.015

0.015

0

22-Dec

-83.33%

Gulfside Minerals

GMG:CN

CAD

0.085

0.01

13.33%

0.085

0.085

0.085

23,850

30-Dec

0.00%

-10.53%

Green Tech Solutions

GTSO:US

USD

0.0251

-0.0014

-5.28%

0.025

0.0299

0.025

226,466

30-Dec

0.00%

Ivanhoe Energy

IE:CN

CAD

1.12

-0.07

-5.88%

1.24

1.24

1.108

888,095

30-Dec

0.00%

-58.82%

Ivanhoe Energy

IVAN:US

USD

1.12

-0.06

-5.08%

1.1999

1.2

1.09

1,330,678

30-Dec

0.00%

-58.82%

Ivanhoe Mines

IVN:CN

CAD

18.09

-0.08

-0.44%

17.82

18.3

17.8

851,352

30-Dec

0.00%

-21.35%

Ivanhoe Mines

IVN:US

USD

17.72

-0.02

-0.11%

17.57

17.95

17.45

1,750,482

30-Dec

0.00%

-22.69%

Kincora Copper

KCC:CN

CAD

0.31

0

0.00%

0.31

0.31

0.31

10,300

30-Dec

0.00%

14.81%

Khan Resources

KRI:CN

CAD

0.2

-0.01

-4.76%

0.2

0.2

0.2

21,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-58.33%

Lucky Strike

LKY:CN

CAD

0.355

-0.045

-11.25%

0.36

0.36

0.355

14,000

30-Dec

0.00%

-75.52%

Lucky Strike

LKYSF:US

USD

0.3677

0

0.00%

0.3677

0.3677

0.3677

0

5-Dec

-74.08%

Meritus Minerals

MER:CN

CAD

0.025

0

0.00%

0.025

0.025

0.025

0

28-Dec

0.00%

-87.50%

Manas Petroleum

MNAP:US

USD

0.1475

-0.0025

-1.67%

0.14

0.15

0.14

613,091

30-Dec

0.00%

-75.42%

Mongolia Growth Grp

MNGGF:US

USD

3.845

0.014

0.37%

3.7327

3.845

3.677

21,800

30-Dec

0.00%

 

Blue Wolf Mongolia

MNGL:US

USD

9.62

0.11

1.16%

9.52

9.62

9.5

40,628

30-Dec

0.00%

 

Blue Wolf Mongolia

MNGLU:US