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De Grey Mining Limited is a Western Australian gold explorer and project development company. The Company is principally focused on Mallina Gold Project, which is located approximately 80 kilometers (kms) south west of Port Hedland in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Its Mallina Gold Project comprises a landholding of approximately 1,500 square kilometers (km2), stretching across a contiguous tenement package running South West to North East of 150 kilometer (km) and boasts approximately 200 km of gold hosting shear zones and a range of intrusion targets. The project has a gold resource at its Hemi discovery, which comprises of approximately six zones, including Aquila, Brolga, Crow, Diucon, Eagle and Falcon. The Company also holds discovery targets in the Greater Hemi Region, located within a 15 km radius of Hemi, which includes four intrusion targets, such as Scooby, Antwerp, Shaggy and Alectroenas.
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Unit 24-26 L 3, 22 Railway Road
Chairman of the Board
Peter Damian Canterbury
Chief Financial Officer
Managing Director, Director
Andrew Francis Beckwith
Technical Director & Operations Manager, Director
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Australian shares fell on Friday, dragged by mining stocks and a drop in software firm Iress after it rejected a buyout bid, with worries of higher COVID-19 cases denting sentiment.
Australian shares were flat on Monday, as cautious investors refrained from placing big bets ahead of a key policy meeting where the central bank is expected to announce its decision on tapering of its pandemic-era asset purchases.
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 Thursday, buoyed by robust earnings by blue-chip companies, while sharp jumps in banking and gold mining stocks also added to the gains.
Australian shares were slightly higher on Monday as losses in heavyweight miners were countered by strong advances in financials, with investors upbeat as corporate earnings season picks up pace.
Australian shares hit a fresh high on Monday as mining stocks jumped more than 1%, while rare earth producer Lynas hit its highest level since January 2013 after reporting record quarterly revenue.
Australian shares were unchanged on Monday as gains among miners were offset by a fall in major companies following a slew of investigations by the country's financial crime regulator.
Australian shares traded higher on Tuesday on the back of gains from iron ore miners, further aided by wide expectations the central bank will keep its cash rate at a record low despite a solid economic recovery and a housing boom.
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.
Australian shares were subdued on Monday as losses in gold miners and technology stocks were offset by gains in banks and miners that rose after iron ore prices firmed.
Australian shares on Wednesday extended gains for a fourth session, driven by commodity-exposed stocks on firm crude and metals prices and as investors placed bets on improving prospects for a global economic recovery.
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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.
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Australian shares closed slightly lower on Monday as losses in healthcare and tech stocks outweighed gains in miners, while Macquarie Group jumped after raising its profit guidance.
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Australian shares slipped on Friday, with gold stocks leading losses, as sentiment was weighed by uncertainty over a U.S. stimulus deal and a preliminary survey showing weaker-than-expected domestic manufacturing activity in October.
Australian shares rose to a three-week high on Tuesday, boosted by heavyweight financial stocks, after the country's second-most populous state reported a small rise in new COVID-19 infections, lifting investor sentiment.
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