Morning News Bites – Aug 7

In Today’s Morning News Bites for August 7. Reports WA FIFO jobs could be filled by those out of the country, rather than out of the Eastern States. Employers set to gain better access to JobKeeper from September as federal government deals with Victorian COVID related drops in productivity and employment. Another night, another Gold …

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Morning News Bites – Aug 6

Todays morning news bites – Melbourne retailers scramble to increase ecommerce capacity ahead of a complete shift to online on Thursday. Bank of America is forecasting the price of gold to reach $US3000 an ounce over the next 18 months. Bayswater-based Dynamic Drill & Blast has made its ASX debut today, two weeks earlier than expected after …

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Morning News Bites – Aug 5

Todays morning news bites – Gold is continuing to break records with a new high, it is now trading at over $2024US/oz. Virgin announce cuts to 3000 staff as they plan to adapt to “a new world”. The QLD borders officially close to NSW. As uncertainty surrounding the global economy increases, so does the price …

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Morning News Bites – Aug 4

In today’s morning news bites: Sharemarket has risen 6000 points at open. Wesfarmers announces Bunnings stores in Melbourne metro region will be closed for in-store retail, however trade will remain open while Target, Kmart and Officeworks will be unable to service customers in-store. The Reserve Bank meets today to discuss interest rates. Saracen reports a …

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Morning News Bites – Aug 3

In today’s morning news bites: Neometals and Sms Group announced a joint venture to recycle lithium ion batteries, NSW COVID-19 clusters increase concern as Victoria move into stage 4 lockdown. A formal agreement has been reached between Neometals and SMS group called Primobius, which will commercialise Neometals’ proprietary lithium-ion battery recycling technology. This offers a …

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Morning News Bites – Jul 31

In today’s morning news bites: AMP has provided an update on its first half 20 details where it completed the sale of AMP Life, several junior explorers have reported their quarterly reports this week and PM Scott Morrison meets with Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews on further restrictions as the PM also says there is no …

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Morning News Bites – Jul 30

COVID-19 cases set to be announced to be over 700 in Victoria, ASX rises on opening and Boeing phases out production of 747 jumbo. FMG provide their results for the Q4 and FY20. Record iron ore shipments of 47.3 million tonnes were recorded for the quarter and FY20 guidance was exceeded. FMG maintained a leading …

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Morning News Bites – Jul 29

Rio Tinto is set to release it’s half-year profits after market close today, CIMIC Group are in advance talks for a potential sale of a 50% stake in Thiess and the banks instructed to reduce dividends. St Barbara release its Q4 and FY20 report, indicating an increase in gold production from the previous financial year …

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Morning News Bites – Jul 28 GOLD HITS NEW HIGH!!

Todays morning news bites – GOLD HITS A NEW RECORD HIGH!! The gold price hit a high of over $1954US/oz ~ $2733AUD   Musgrave Minerals Ltd is pleased to report assay results for a further five reverse circulation drill holes and the first five diamond drill holes from the current program at the new Starlight gold …

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Morning News Bites – July 27 GOLD GOES BANG!

Today’s morning news bites – GOLD GOES BANG!!!! Gold closes in on a new record high trading at $1918US/oz ~ $2700 AUD. Bardoc Gold moved into a Definitive Feasibility Study during Quarter 2 and has stepped up the exploration and drilling efforts which will see Bardoc move to an emerging mid tier producer. Managing Director …

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