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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  • ASX200 down for sixth straight session

    7:40 am

    ASX200 down for sixth straight session

    A survey predicting below average economy activity has dragged the ASX200 down 0.7% to 5,407.3 points though miners were a bright spot with the Materials Index up 0.2% to 9,759.5 points. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index is almost unchanged slipping just 0.1 points to 2,296.45 while in pre-open markets the Dow Mini is down 13 points to 17,041.

  • WPG Resources Executive Chairman Robert Duffin speaks at Proactive Investors Sydney Investor Luncheon

    5:29 am

    WPG Resources Executive Chairman Robert Duffin speaks at Proactive Investors Sydney Investor Luncheon

    WPG Resources Executive Chairman Bob Duffin speaks about the Tarcoola and Tunkillia gold assets at Proactive's Sydney Investor Luncheon.
  • Plymouth Minerals edges closer to tungsten-tin drilling at Morille in Spain

    3:16 am

    Plymouth Minerals edges closer to tungsten-tin drilling at Morille in Spain

    Phase 2 drilling at Plymouth Mineral’s Morille Tungsten-Tin project in Spain will follow up earlier drilling this year that confirmed high-grade mineralisation and the widespread extension of mineralisation within the Project.  New drilling will obtain geotechnical, structural and metallurgical information in areas which are deemed prospective for resource generation.

  • Blackham Resources intersects further high grade gold at Matilda

    12:45 am

    Blackham Resources intersects further high grade gold at Matilda

    Drilling to increase the resources open pit limits and the M1 underground potential at Blackham Resources’ Matilda Gold Project in Western Australia has intersected high grade gold. The latest intercepts provide grades and widths that are attractive to underground mining, and confirm significant continuity of the shoots.

  • Wall Street gains after Fed decision, Dow closes at record

    9:03 pm

    Wall Street gains after Fed decision, Dow closes at record

    US stocks rose on Wednesday, with the Dow settling at a record high, after the Fed's decision to retain its phrasing of "considerable time" in its policy statement with regards to how long interest rates will remain low, with the general outlook of a rate increase in 2015 remaining unchanged.

  • TAG moves focus to its bread and butter Cheal operations, does not lose sight of goals

    6:36 pm

    TAG moves focus to its bread and butter Cheal operations, does not lose sight of goals

    Vancouver-based oil and gas producer TAG Oil (TSE:TAO) (OTCQX:TAOIF) is returning its focus to its core "bread and butter play" as Chief Operating Officer Drew Cadenhead puts it, after making some tough decisions on the unconventional Waitangi Valley-1 well in the East Coast Basin of New Zealand.

  • TSX slides as investors await Fed rate decision

    6:01 pm

    TSX slides as investors await Fed rate decision

    Canadian shares dropped, led by energy producers and gold miners, as investors braced for release of a U.S. Federal Reserve policy statement at the conclusion of a two-day Fed meeting later in the day. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index fell 0.5 percent to 15,439.01 at 12:29 p.m. More than two shares declined for every stock that advanced as nine out of 10 major groups slipped.

  • Wall Street inches higher ahead of Fed statement; FedEx, Lennar gain

    5:14 pm

    Wall Street inches higher ahead of Fed statement; FedEx, Lennar gain

    US stocks edged up Wednesday ahead of this afternoon's Fed policy statement and chair Janet Yellen's conference shortly afterward.