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Mount Gibson Iron Announces Staged Suspension Of Shine Iron Ore Mine
Mount Gibson Iron Posts FY Revenue A$ 329.7 Million
Mount Gibson Iron Says HY Net Profit After Tax Attributable Up 67%
Mount Gibson Iron Limited is an Australia-based company engaged in producing iron ore products. The Company operates through two segments, which include Mid-West and Koolan Island. The Mid-West segment includes the crushing, transportation and sale of iron ore from the Extension Hill and Shine iron ore deposits and the port facilities at Geraldton Port. The Koolan Island segment includes the mining, crushing and sale of iron ore from the Koolan Island iron ore operation. Its Koolan Island is located in the Buccaneer Archipelago, approximately 140 kilometers north of Derby. The Company’s Shine Iron Ore Project (SIOP) is located 85 kilometers north of the Company’s Extension Hill operation and approximately 375 kilometers northeast of Perth in the Mid-West region of Western Australia. The Company’s subsidiaries include Mount Gibson Mining Limited, Geraldton Bulk Handling Pty Ltd, Gibson Minerals Ltd and Aztec Resources Limited.
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Seng Hui Lee
Non-Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Peter W. Kerr
Chief Executive Officer
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Chief Operating Officer
David J. Stokes
Company Secretary, General Counsel
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Australian shares ended lower on Friday, dragged down by major banks and heavyweight miners, as a slew of weak economic data from China and growing global inflation concerns doused risk appetite.
Australian shares ended higher on Wednesday in line with other markets, after troubled developer China Evergrande Group assured it would avoid default, dousing investor worries of an imminent crisis unleashing global financial chaos.
Australian shares touched an all-time high on Wednesday, boosted by a solid earnings update from the country's largest lender and strong gains in banking and mining stocks.
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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