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  • ASX soars as Medibank's stag catches a snag

    6:08 am

    ASX soars as Medibank's stag catches a snag

    The ASX All Ords soared 1.1% today to 5380, as investors snapped up selected blue chip miners and industrials. Medibank was left in the cold, sinking 1.9% to $2.10.

  • Proteomics seeks $6M for ASX listing to fund protein analysis businesses

    1:50 am

    Proteomics seeks $6M for ASX listing to fund protein analysis businesses

    Proteomics International Laboratories has generated $7.5M in revenues since 2001 and does not intend using its resources to develop diagnostic tools or drugs, but seeks to licence the discovered IP to major pharma groups, who have the required resources for development.

  • Triton Minerals study provides low risk, high returns at Nicanda Hill

    Tue 10:30 pm

    Triton Minerals study provides low risk, high returns at Nicanda Hill

    The scoping study results for Nicanda Hill would see a payback period within less than 12 months and projected strong NPV and IRR results for developing a low cost, high quality graphite mine for arguably the largest known graphite project.

  • Imugene is undervalued v ASX, global peers in Immuno-Oncology

    Tue 9:02 pm

    Imugene is undervalued v ASX, global peers in Immuno-Oncology

    Imugene is an immuno-oncology company developing B-cell based immunotherapies. Immunotherapy has become one of the hottest and most promising areas of study for the treatment of a variety of cancerous tumours. Pfizer and Merck will JV on up to 20 preclinical immuno-oncology programs in 2015.

  • Golden Queen tanks on expected reduction in resources, reserves at Soledad

    6:49 pm

    Golden Queen tanks on expected reduction in resources, reserves at Soledad

    Golden Queen Mining (TSE:GQM) (OTCQX:GQMNF) shares fell on Wednesday after the company suggested that a reduction in the total estimates resources and reserves for its Soledad Mountain project in southern California should be expected.

  • TSX retreats as energy producers drop ahead of OPEC meeting

    5:49 pm

    TSX retreats as energy producers drop ahead of OPEC meeting

    Canadian shares retreated as energy producers dropped with oil prices hitting a four-year low ahead of an OPEC meeting later this week. The resource-heavy benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) slid 0.2 percent to 15,039.96 at 12:04 p.m. in Toronto. Two shares declined for every stock that advanced as six out of 10 main groups were down.

  • Wall Street fairly steady ahead of Thanksgiving

    5:23 pm

    Wall Street fairly steady ahead of Thanksgiving

    U.S. stocks wavered around breakeven after a deluge of data early Wednesday, including higher than expected initial jobless claims and lower than anticipated consumer spending.

  • Falco bolsters board with nomination of three mining industry experts

    3:20 pm

    Falco bolsters board with nomination of three mining industry experts

    Falco Resources (CVE:FPC), which is developing its land package in the Rouyn-Noranda mining camp, has nominated three mining industry veterans to stand for election as part of the company's board of directors at its annual meeting of shareholders to be held in December.