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  • All Ords gains with banks leading

    8:16 am

    All Ords gains with banks leading

    Banks have pull the All Ords up 0.2% to 5,580.6 points. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index is up 0.24% to 2,183.24 points while in pre-open markets the Dow-mini is up 4 points to 16,920.

  • Millennium Minerals to present at Melbourne Investor Luncheon August

    5:00 am

    Millennium Minerals to present at Melbourne Investor Luncheon August

    With gold production from Millennium Mineral's Nullagine Gold Project in Western Australia coming in at the upper end of its guidance and a restated Resource expected this quarter, managing director Brian Rear will have much to discuss with investors in Melbourne. Register today.

  • Highfield Resources to target initial mine at Muga Potash Project

    1:41 am

    Highfield Resources to target initial mine at Muga Potash Project

    The shallow Muga Potash Project in Spain, which is a shallow sylvinite project in the south eastern section of the new Muga-Vipasca project area has emerged as the company’s target for initial mine. EMR Capital has a 26.4% interest in the company.

  • KGL Resources hits 50.9% lead and 551g/t silver at Jervois

    1:16 am

    KGL Resources hits 50.9% lead and 551g/t silver at Jervois

    KGL Resources continues to deliver high grade results from its extensive drilling program at Jervois. The latest assays will further add to the forthcoming resource upgrade due late-August. A PFS will follow in September.

  • Wall Street drops as US expands sanctions against Russia; Herbalife sinks

    9:04 pm

    Wall Street drops as US expands sanctions against Russia; Herbalife sinks

    U.S. stocks ended a choppy session lower Tuesday after news of expanded U.S. sanctions against Russia, with investors also bombarded by more corporate earnings as well as data that showed slowing home price appreciation and better-than-expected consumer confidence.

  • Eco Atlantic gets Ghana's okay to exploit Tano Basin block

    7:21 pm

    Eco Atlantic gets Ghana's okay to exploit Tano Basin block

    Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas Ltd. (CVE:EOG), a Canadian oil and gas exploration company focused on Namibia, said the parliament of Ghana has ratified a petroleum agreement to allow the company to acquire a 50.51 percent interest in the Deepwater Cape Three Points West Block.

  • TSX extends gains for fifth session in six; WestJet, Norbord rally

    5:49 pm

    TSX extends gains for fifth session in six; WestJet, Norbord rally

    Canadian shares advanced for the fifth session in six, led by WestJet Airlines Ltd. and Norbord Inc. following better-than-estimated earnings. The benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 0.2 percent to 15,473.72 at 11:57 a.m. in Toronto. Five shares advanced for every four stocks that declined as 6 out of 10 groups gained.

  • Wall Street shaky on mixed data; Herbalife tanks, Merck gains

    5:02 pm

    Wall Street shaky on mixed data; Herbalife tanks, Merck gains

    U.S. stocks wavered between small gains and losses on Tuesday afternoon, with investors bombarded by geopolitical worries and corporate earnings from heavy hitters as well as data that showed slowing home price appreciation and better-than-expected consumer confidence.