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Caspin Resources Announces A$9.75M Placement
Chalice Mining Announces Intention To Demerge Gold Assets
Chalice Mining Posts Half Year Net Loss After Tax From Cont Ops Of A$16.3 Million
Chalice Mining Limited is an Australia-based company, which is engaged in exploration of greenfield PGE-Ni-Cu-Co-Au discovery at its Julimar Project in Western Australia. The Company’s portfolio includes various district-scale precious and base metal projects located in terranes of Australia. The portfolio also includes various generative exploration opportunities, investments, royalties and non-operated joint ventures. The Company’s key projects include Julimar Nickel-Copper-PGE Project and Hawkstone Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Project. Its generative projects include South West Nickel-Copper-PGE Project, Barrabarra Nickel-Copper-PGE Project and Narryer Nickle-Copper-PGE Project. Its gold projects include Warrego North Project, Mt Jackson Gold Project, Viking Gold Project, and Nulla South & Gibb Rock Gold Project.
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L 2 1292 Hay St
Timothy Rupert Barr Goyder
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Alexander Carl Dorsch
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director
Richard Keith Hacker
Chief Financial Officer
General Manager - Environment and Community
General Manager - Exploration
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Australia shares rose on Tuesday with the materials sector dominating gains on higher commodity prices and as investors took comfort from a raft of strong corporate earnings, signalling an economic recovery from the pandemic fallout.
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Australian shares rose on Monday, boosted by industrial stocks, as Sydney Airport Holdings surged over 38% after receiving a takeover offer of $16.7 billion.
* Rio Tinto marks best week since early May (Updates to close)
Australian stocks snapped a four-day winning streak on Wednesday as heavyweight miners tracked a downturn in iron ore prices and offset gains in gold stocks, while investors remained cautious ahead of U.S. inflation data later this week.
Australian shares looked set to snap a four-day winning rally on Wednesday as blue-chip miners dragged and a rise in domestic coronavirus cases sparked fears of a snap lockdown in the state of Victoria.
* NZ shares up 0.3%, Fisher & Paykel biggest gainer (Updates to close)
Australian shares gave up early gains on Tuesday to trade lower as heavyweight miners declined in tandem with copper prices, although a bounce-back in technology stocks limited losses.
Australian shares tracked global markets higher on Thursday, as inflation concerns eased after a report on U.S. consumer prices, while domestic travel stocks surged on expectations of a government package to support the sector.
* NZ to buy enough Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines for entire population
* Australia's Victoria state with zero COVID-19 case in 24 hours (Updates to close)
* Miners, healthcare stocks buck downtrend (Updates to close)
* IT stocks sole gainer among major indices; touch record high
Australian shares edged higher on Wednesday, boosted by strength in financials and gold stocks, although gains were capped as concerns lingered over the economic impact of the coronavirus.
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