Morning News Bites – July 10

China is not happy with the Australian Government’s offer to assist Hong Kong citizens with a pathway to residency. A Victorian won $80 million in Powerball Lotto, pretty ironic as they cant go anywhere to spend it and Spot Gold is at $1803US/oz Iron Ore – $107.05US/t and Nickel ended down on Wall Street trade …

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Morning News Bites – July 9

After yesterday announcing a 7.5c dividend due next week, Northern Star finished the day up 90c. Busiest month ever for luxury car sales and Test cricket returned overnight. Rio Tinto has announced it will close its New Zealand Aluminium Plant – Tiwai Point Aluminium Smelter. A date of August 31 2021 has been announced as the …

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Morning News Bites – July 8

Restrictions tighten to get in to Victoria as blame continues on Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews. Deloitte cuts staff and tax relief may come soon according to Josh Frydenberg The creation of an integrated monitoring and governance platform for Tailing Storage Facilities is a cause of Memorandum of Understanding between K2Fly and Decipher. According to Chief …

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Morning News Bites – July 7

Bushfires burn on the Gallipoli peninsula, Chance of COVID-19 restrictions to return to NSW and AfterPay posts a record quarter St Barbara Mines has announced its June 2020 quarterly production report which has shown 108,612oz for the quarter and pushes St Barbara over the 100,000 oz mark in the quarter for the first time in two …

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Morning News Bites – July 6

Labor picks up Eden-Monaro, Possibility the Melbourne CBD could be locked down as COVID-19 spreads in Victoria and ASX tipped for a weaker start. Located around 20km from the Super Pit in Western Australia, Pioneer Resources Golden Ridge Project is set to spring to life again. Field reconnaissance programs are underway and the ongoing Gold Prospectively …

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Morning News Bites – July 2

Woolworths has been fined $1 million for continuing to send emails to recipents who indicated they no longer wanted to receive correspondence, Victoria goes in to postcode lockdown and Tesla overtakes Toyota as the world’s most valuable carmaker. SRG Global has provided the market with an update on its operations and also outlined bringing forward a …

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Morning News Bites – July 1

New financial year is HERE! A glimmer of hope after a horrid 6 months for world markets. AMP has sold its Life Insurance business to Resolution life for $3 billion. Broken down that figure is $2.5 billion cash; and $500 million equity interest in Resolution Life Australia, a new Australian-domiciled, Resolution Life-controlled holding company that …

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Morning News Bites – Jun 29

Record approval ratings for the Prime Minister Scott Morrison, The 20th anniversary of the implementation of the GST in Australia is approaching and a cleaning contractor responsible for cleaning the Australia Border Force office at Melbourne Airport has tested positive to COVID19. Fisher and Paykel Health care has posted that operating revenue to March 31 …

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