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Ramelius Resources Ltd is an Australia-based company, which is engaged in the exploration, mine development, mine operations and the production and sale of gold. The Company operates the Mt Magnet, Vivien, Edna May and Marda gold mines and associated processing plants around Western Australia. The Mt Magnet gold exploration project is located approximately 500 kilometer (km) north-northeast of Perth, Western Australia along the sealed Great Northern Highway. The Vivien gold deposit is located near the Agnew Gold Mine, 15 km west of the town of Leinster in Western Australia. The Edna May deposit is located within the Westonia Greenstone Belt, within the Southern Cross Province of Western Australia’s Archaean Yilgarn Craton. The Marda Gold Project is located approximately 130 km north of the town of Southern Cross and 400 km north-east of Perth.
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Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Mark William Zeptner
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director
Timothy P. Manners
Chief Financial Officer
Duncan J. Coutts
Chief Operating Officer
Kevin Mark Seymour
General Manager - Exploration
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Australia shares ended lower on Friday to mark a third weekly decline as property developer Evergrande's debt crisis continued to capture attention worldwide and spark concerns of a fallout in China's financial system and other markets.
Australian shares touched an all-time high on Tuesday, boosted by financial stocks and strong earnings from blue-chip companies fibre cement maker James Hardie and annuities provider Challenger.
Australian stocks closed at a record high on Wednesday, boosted by miners after iron ore prices rose, while shares of Afterpay paused after a two-day run of stellar gains.
Australian shares fell on Tuesday as a slump in mining and energy stocks outweighed a sharp gain for the second day in buy now, pay later firm Afterpay.
Australian shares touched a record high on Monday as Afterpay Ltd jumped after U.S.-based Square Inc agreed to buy the buy now, pay later firm for $29 billion, with the tech index being on track for its best day in nearly a decade.
Australian shares closed higher on Wednesday, outweighing any investor concerns after a lockdown was extended in the country's most populous city, with heavyweight gold miners helping offset turmoil in the buy-now, pay-later sector.
Australian shares slipped on Wednesday after posting their best session in nearly four months, as gold and energy stocks lost ground after underlying commodity prices fell overnight.
Australian shares snapped a two-day losing streak to close higher on Wednesday as mild quarterly data showed a paucity of inflation and doused investor concerns over a sooner-than-expected interest rate hike.
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 climbed on Wednesday after a much faster-than-expected economic growth in the final quarter of 2020 cemented hopes of a stronger recovery this year.
Australian shares snapped a three-day winning streak to close lower on Thursday, as healthcare and gold stocks declined, while power retailer Origin Energy was the biggest loser on the index after slashing outlook for its energy markets division.
* Financials fall 1% hours after posting best run in over a month
Australian shares fell on Tuesday, with energy and gold stocks leading the declines, as oil prices dropped and investors exited risky assets over concerns of a new highly transmissible coronavirus strain in Britain.
* Afterpay surges on strong Q1 underlying sales (Updates to close)
Australian shares gave up early gains to close lower on Tuesday as a rise in coronavirus cases stoked concerns of a stricter lockdown, while data showed employment was hit due to restrictions placed earlier.
* Tech stocks, miners limit gains on benchmark (Updates to close)
Australian shares rose on Tuesday, as promising trial results from potential COVID-19 vaccines buoyed sentiment ahead of a speech by the country's central bank governor on the pandemic.
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