Broker Spotlight

Broker Spotlight brings some of the more intriguing and topical analyst coverage to centre-stage. The daily column aims to illuminate thoughts and opinions behind the big stories. London is one of the financial capitals of world. The influential and closely followed views of its analysts regularly move markets and split opinion. The Broker Spotlight column arms Proactive readers with the added insight from the often colourful thoughts and headline-grabbing valuations from the City’s analyst community.

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  • ASX climbs, but this manganese player jumped 25%

    7:48 am

    ASX climbs, but this manganese player jumped 25%

    The Australian market has climbed with most sectors posting gains, sending the ASX200 up 1% to 5,721.5 points. Find out which manganese player has received a study highlighting the robust financial project economics of its planned smelter project.

  • Greenland Minerals and Energy study draws robust Kvanefjeld project metrics

    5:30 am

    Greenland Minerals and Energy study draws robust Kvanefjeld project metrics

    The key Feasibility Study for Kvanefjeld rare earth-uranium project renders it as one of the world’s lowest cost rare earth producers and places it in the bottom quartile of uranium production costs.

  • Axiom Mining finds more sun shines on Isabel Nickel

    5:10 am

    Axiom Mining finds more sun shines on Isabel Nickel

    The latest assays continue the brace of strong drill results from the Isabel Project. The project is shaping as one of the largest nickel laterite deposits in the Pacific, with the company targeting the establishment of a DSO operation by late 2015.

  • SomnoMed acquires key stake in SomnoDent® component

    3:20 am

    SomnoMed acquires key stake in SomnoDent® component

    The 100% ownership of a key component of the SomnoDent® device for obstructive sleep apnea, provides the company with a proprietary material for its dental device, which is key in oral devices. Next generation materials could also be in use by early 2016.