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  • King River Copper intersects visible copper at Speewah Dome

    3:40 am

    King River Copper intersects visible copper at Speewah Dome

    Assay results are pending from Phase 2 exploration drilling at King River Copper’s Speewah Dome project in Western Australia. Visible copper was observed in a number of drill holes, which also confirmed robust mineralised structures, with potential strike lengths of many kilometres.

  • Triton Minerals defines world’s largest combined graphite-vanadium deposit

    3:13 am

    Triton Minerals defines world’s largest combined graphite-vanadium deposit

    Triton Minerals extremely impressive drilling results from Nicanda Hill have delivered the world’s largest known combined Graphite-Vanadium deposit. The resource could be just the beginning, considering graphite mineralisation is open along strike and at depth. Shares are expected to soar.

  • Arc Exploration brings NSW gold to Melbourne, Sydney Luncheons

    2:17 am

    Arc Exploration brings NSW gold to Melbourne, Sydney Luncheons

    The Junee and Oberon gold projects in New South Wales provide Arc Exploration with advanced gold projects that provide a potential fast track to production and cash flow. Managing director Dr Jeffrey Malaihollo will update investors at the Melbourne and Sydney Investor Luncheons.

  • Ascot Resources ticks off another permit milestone for Wonmunna

    Mon 11:44 pm

    Ascot Resources ticks off another permit milestone for Wonmunna

    Ascot continues to advance the recently acquired and strategically located Wonmunna project in the Pilbara, and now the Native Vegetation Clearing Permit has been granted. This is another example of the company executing and delivering project objectives quickly and efficiently.

  • Wall Street ends positive even after IBM disappoints

    Mon 9:01 pm

    Wall Street ends positive even after IBM disappoints

    US stocks pushed higher Monday amid earnings action, with the Dow fighting to finish in positive territory after IBM's big earnings miss today and the announcement that it was paying Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take its semiconductor unit off its hands.

  • Pressure BioSciences agrees to exclusive 3-yr distribution deal with China's Powertech

    Mon 6:33 pm

    Pressure BioSciences agrees to exclusive 3-yr distribution deal with China's Powertech

    Pressure BioSciences (OTCQB:PBIO) has expanded the reach of its products with a three-year exclusive distribution agreement with China's Powertech Technology, the company said Monday.

  • TSX extends advance as bullion price strengthens

    Mon 6:20 pm

    TSX extends advance as bullion price strengthens

    Canadian shares rose Monday as gold miners jumped after the precious metal's price strengthened. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 0.5 percent to 14,300.16 at 12;13 p.m. in Toronto. Two shares advanced for every stock that declined as 9 out of the 10 major industries rose.
  • Wall Street mostly up, but IBM weighs on Dow index

    Mon 5:12 pm

    Wall Street mostly up, but IBM weighs on Dow index

    US stocks mostly inched higher Monday amid earnings action, but the Dow was weighed down following IBM's big earnings miss today and the announcement that it was paying Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take its semiconductor unit off its hands.