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Dacian Gold Says Executed A Committed Term Sheet For A New Corporate-Level Debt Facility With ANZ
Dacian Gold Says FY Loss From Ordinary Activities After Tax Attributable Was A$7.5 Mln
Dacian Gold Says June Quarter Production Of 25,558Oz
Dacian Gold Limited is an Australia-based company, which operates as a mid-tier gold producer. The Company is engaged in gold mining, processing, and exploration at the Mt Morgans Gold Operation (MMGO). Its Mt. Morgans Gold Operation is located 20 kilometers west of Laverton and approximately 750 kilometers north-east of Perth in Western Australia. The MMGO is a 608 square kilometers tenement package comprising predominantly granted mining leases. The MMGO tenements are located within the North-Eastern Goldfields Province of the Archaean Yilgarn Craton and cover a portion of the gold prospective Laverton Tectonic Zone. The Company has several exploration targets, including Underground Targets, which include Phoenix Ridge high-grade deposit, Transvaal Deposit, Craic Deposit, and Westralia Deposit. The Drill ready advanced targets include Cameron Well syenite target, Mt McKenzie target, McKenzie Well target, and Mt Marven South shear zone prospect.
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Level 2, 1 Preston Street, Como
Robert Gordon Reynolds
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Leigh Stanley Junk
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
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Chief Operating Officer
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Australian shares edged higher on Thursday, driven by gains in metal-centric and tech stocks, while diversified miner South 32 surged to a three-year high on buying a stake in a Chilean copper mine.
Australian shares rose on Thursday after two straight sessions of falls, although energy stocks limited the recovery led by banks and healthcare companies as crude oil prices retreated from multi-year highs.
Australian shares rose for a third straight session on Thursday, driven by tech and energy firms, with strong gains on Wall Street overnight also supporting sentiment.
Australian shares fell on Tuesday, dragged by technology stocks, although the losses were limited by domestic energy stocks that rose on firmer oil prices.
Australian shares posted their biggest drop in nearly three months on Thursday, hit by mining and tech stocks, while concerns over rising COVID-19 cases derailing an economic recovery also dented sentiment.
Australian shares fell on Thursday, on mounting concerns that the Delta coronavirus variant may derail a global economic recovery, with declines in mining and technology stocks contributing to most of the losses.
* Financials hit highest level in over 3 weeks (Updates to close)
Australian shares fell on Wednesday, dented by heavyweights mining and gold sectors after most commodity prices took a hit on demand crunch as the greenback strengthened.
Technology companies kept Australian shares afloat on Thursday, although Wall Street's overnight declines and weakness in the local energy index offset gains.
Australian shares edged up on Thursday, with local blue-chip miners and energy stocks leading the gains, as they tracked Wall Street's higher close overnight after concerns over runaway inflation in the United States subsided.
Australian shares rose to a two-week high on Tuesday, as a more than 3% jump in oil prices boosted energy stocks, with sentiment aided by an overnight rally on Wall Street.
* Fed likely to pen rosier forecasts, but no policy shift expected
Australian shares slipped on Friday, weighed by energy and gold stocks, as U.S. President Joe Biden's comments on China stoked worries that relations between the two nations could sour further.
Australian shares edged lower on Monday as a slump in shares of gold miners offset upbeat sentiment around hopes of more fiscal stimulus from the United States and buoyant oil prices.
* IT stocks sole gainer among major indices; touch record high
Australian shares ended lower on Thursday, after the country's unemployment rate hit a 22-year peak and rising coronavirus cases in some states raised a likelihood of harsher curbs, reminding investors of the impending economic pain.
Australian shares were flat on Thursday, as worries over a surge in COVID-19 cases in the country offset cheer over a potential vaccine which sent shares up around the globe.
Australian shares fell on Tuesday as a growing number of new coronavirus cases in the country's most populous state fanned fears of a second wave of infections.
Australian shares rose on Monday after positive trial results of an experimental COVID-19 treatment overshadowed investor fears about a surge in infections in Victoria, the country's second most-populous state.
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