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Andromeda Metals Appoints Michael Zannes As CFO
Andromeda Metals Signs HPA MoU With AEM Technologies
Andromeda Metals And Minotaur Exploration Signed $4 Million Partnership
Andromeda Metals Limited, formerly Adelaide Resources Limited, is an exploration company. The Company is engaged in the exploration for gold, copper and other economic mineral deposits. It has interests in over 20 exploration licenses, covering over 7,970 square kilometers (sq. kms) within South Australia, Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Its projects include Drummond, Eyre Peninsula, Moonta, Rover and Lithium. It holds equity in two tenements (EPM 18090 and EPMA 25660) in the Drummond Basin in Queensland, covering over 270 sq. kms. It holds 100% equity in over five tenements covering over 3,640 sq. kms on the northern Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. It owns Moonta Copper Gold Project located near the southern end of the Olympic Copper-Gold Province in South Australia. It holds 100% equity in over two tenements in the Rover Field located southwest of Tennant Creek. Its lithium projects include Davenport Ranges, Coolgardie and South Australian Salt Lakes.
Gold & Silver
69 King William Rd, Unley
Rhoderick Gordon John Grivas
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Christopher George Drown
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer
James Edward Marsh
Managing Director, Director
Nicholas John Harding
Executive Director, Company Secretary
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Australian shares rose on Thursday, led by technology and banking stocks, while global markets closely watched for U.S inflation data for clues on how soon the Federal Reserve will start tapering its massive stimulus.
Australian shares slipped on Thursday, as local technology stocks got whacked after a stronger-than-expected U.S. inflation data raised concerns of a tighter monetary policy and set off further selling in growth stocks on Wall Street.
Australian shares rose on Monday, boosted by gains in the country's second-biggest lender Westpac Banking Corp after upbeat earnings, but gains were capped by losses in miners and energy companies on weak commodity prices.
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