Galvan's Week Ahead

Welcome to the Galvan Week ahead report with content supplied exclusively by Galvan. Here we preview the week’s events – both economic and corporate – drawing on the work of the broker’s experienced research and trading teams. It is a mix of fundamental data and technical analysis designed to provide Proactive readers an at a glance guide to what will unfold on the markets over the next five trading days.

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  • KGL Resources hits copper sulphide mineralisation in deep hole at Jervois

    12:23 am

    KGL Resources hits copper sulphide mineralisation in deep hole at Jervois

    KGL Resources has discovered copper sulphide mineralisation in the first deep diamond hole at Jervois. The intersection brings with it the potential to increase the resource below 500 metres. Shallow drilling has been ongoing at Jervios, with results expected within days.

  • Kibaran Resources signs Epanko graphite offtake with ThyssenKrupp

    12:11 am

    Kibaran Resources signs Epanko graphite offtake with ThyssenKrupp

    Kibaran Resources is developing an offtake agreement with ThyssenKrupp Metallurgical Products GmbH for an initial 20,000 tonnes per annum of natural flake graphite products from the Epanko Project in Tanzania. This is half the planned 40,000tpa production.

  • MRL Corporation starts key test work on Sri Lanka graphite

    Wed 11:33 pm

    MRL Corporation starts key test work on Sri Lanka graphite

    Metallurgical testing of bulk samples from MRL Corporation’s Aluketiya and Pandeniya high-grade graphite projects is now underway at China’s Wuhan University of Technology. Positive results could position the company to  start ramping up commercial production of spherical graphite later next year.

  • Dow sinks 154 points

    Wed 10:24 pm

    Dow sinks 154 points

    U.S. stocks turned negative on Wednesday afternoon after a choppy morning, with news of shootings at Canada's Parliament Hill in Ottawa said to be a possible reason for the volatility. Gold and oil are lower. The ASX SPI 200 is off 28 points to 5349.

  • Wall Street finishes in the red, Dow drops 0.9%

    Wed 9:04 pm

    Wall Street finishes in the red, Dow drops 0.9%

    U.S. stocks turned negative on Wednesday afternoon after a choppy morning, with news of shootings at Canada's Parliament Hill in Ottawa said to be a possible reason for the volatility.

  • Come see Northern Gold, Stria Lithium talk near-term developments in Montreal

    Wed 6:17 pm

    Come see Northern Gold, Stria Lithium talk near-term developments in Montreal

    Investors, get ready to learn about emerging Canadian gold developer Northern Gold Mining (CVE:NGM) and Stria Lithium (CVE:SRA), which is close to developing a new and more efficient way to process lithium chloride, at our Proactiveinvestors forum in Montreal next week.

  • TSX snaps 4-day advance as BoC leaves interest rate unchanged

    Wed 6:16 pm

    TSX snaps 4-day advance as BoC leaves interest rate unchanged

    Canadian shares ended a four-day rally after the Bank of Canada left its benchmark interest rate unchanged and commodity producers sank with metal prices. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) slipped 0.6 percent to 14,465.27 at 11:57 a.m. in Toronto. Five shares declined for every three stocks that advanced as 8 out of 10 main industries retreated.

  • Wall Street mixed as Yahoo rises; Boeing, Biogen Idec decline

    Wed 5:35 pm

    Wall Street mixed as Yahoo rises; Boeing, Biogen Idec decline

    U.S. stocks wavered Wednesday between slight gains and losses after yesterday's big rally, as investors considered a plethora of earnings reports and as concerns for China were sparked after slowing growth was reported in the country earlier this week.