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Westgold Resources Posts HY Profit After Income Tax Of $47.5 Mln
Westgold Resources Says Resumed FIFO Operations
Westgold Resources Says Western Australia Lockdown To have Minimal Impact On Ops
Westgold Resources Limited is engaged in exploration of minerals. The principal activity of the Company is operating gold mines in Australia. The Company’s projects include Central Murchison Gold Project (CMGP), South Kalgoorlie Operations (SKO), Fortnum Gold Project (FGP), Tuckabianna Project and Rover Project. The CMGP is located in the Murchison Goldfields of Western Australia around the regional towns of Cue and Meekatharra. SKO includes the HBJ underground mine, a number of open pits and the Jubilee Mill. The FGP is located in the western Bryah Basin approximately 150 kilometers northwest of Meekatharra with approximately 1 million tone-per-annum carbon-in-leach (CIL). The Rover Project is a postulated undercover repetition of the prolific Tennant Creek goldfield located 80 kilometers to the north-east.
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Governor Stirling Tower
L 6 197 St Georges Tce
Peter Gerard Cook
Executive Chairman of the Board
Debra A. Fullarton
Chief Executive Officer
General Counsel, Company Secretary
Peter M. Storey
General Manager - Meekatharra Gold Operations
Phillip W. Wilding
General Manager - Cue Gold Operations
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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.
* Tech stocks track Wall Street counterparts lower (Updates to close)
Stocks in Australia and New Zealand languished at three-week lows as a surge in cases of novel coronavirus around the world spooked global markets and stoked fears that prolonged lockdowns would damage a nascent economic recovery.
Australian shares edged lower on Monday as a drop in commodity prices dragged the country's prominent mining and gold sectors, overriding a jump in local tech stocks on the heels of a rally in U.S. peers.
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