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  • ASX200 up 0.1%, struggles against slip in Chinese data

    7:55 am

    ASX200 up 0.1%, struggles against slip in Chinese data

    Weaker Chinese manufacturing data has sent the ASX200 down from earlier gains though it still closed up 0.1% to 5,629.8 points. U.S markets are closed for the Labor Day public holiday which probably held investors back.  The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index rose 0.66% to 2,231.86 point.

  • Real Energy Corporation poised to spud Cooper Basin gas well

    6:05 am

    Real Energy Corporation poised to spud Cooper Basin gas well

    The anticipation is building for Real Energy Corporation which expects to spud its maiden Cooper Basin well, Tamarama-1, by the end of this week to test the gas potential of the Toolachee and Patchawarra formations.

  • Spectrum Rare Earths to commence drilling at Skyfall

    4:27 am

    Spectrum Rare Earths to commence drilling at Skyfall

    A much anticipated drill program will take off at Skyfall seeking to explore at greater depths for high grade primary Magnetic End Use Rare Earth mineralisation below existing surface assays.  This one is worth watching.

  • PanTerra Gold has Las Lagunas plant on track, seeks second project

    3:50 am

    PanTerra Gold has Las Lagunas plant on track, seeks second project

    With its Las Lagunas Albion/CIL process plant in the Dominican Republic performing close to target, PanTerra Gold is now focused on acquiring a second project that can produce clean refractory concentrate for processing at the plant.  Shares should lift on the positive news.

  • Wall Street edges higher in thin trading ahead of Labor Day long weekend

    Fri 8:55 pm

    Wall Street edges higher in thin trading ahead of Labor Day long weekend

    U.S. stocks rose today in a quiet session ahead of an extended holiday weekend as the latest in a string of positive data pushed investors to extend a rally that had been briefly threatened by geopolitical concerns. The S&P 500 rose 0.3 percent at 3:45 p.m. in New York. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose less than 0.1 percent, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite increased 0.4 percent.

  • Bombardier touches one-month low as CSeries suffers new setback

    Fri 7:31 pm

    Bombardier touches one-month low as CSeries suffers new setback

    Bombardier (TSE:BBD.B) fell to one-month low after the company's CSeries single-aisle jetliner program suffered another setback when Swedish carrier Braathens Aviation said it would step back from its role as the first operator of the troubled plane. Shares fell to C$3.67, the lowest intraday price since July 31, and were trading at C$3.70, down 2.1 percent, at 2:09 p.m. in Toronto.

  • TSX rises as upbeat data offset banks slump, Ukraine tension

    Fri 5:57 pm

    TSX rises as upbeat data offset banks slump, Ukraine tension

    Canadian shares rose as positive economic data overpowered concerns about increasing tensions in Ukraine and weakness in the financial sector. The benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 0.3 percent to 15,604.56 at 11:59 a.m. in Toronto. More than two shares advanced for every stock that declined, with eight out of 10 major industries up.

  • Eurocontrol Technics reports narrower H1 Loss, anticipates strong H2

    Fri 5:00 pm

    Eurocontrol Technics reports narrower H1 Loss, anticipates strong H2

    Eurocontrol Technics Group, a Canadian provider of innovative energy security technologies, reported net loss narrowed in the first half of the year, and anticipated a strong second half. The Toronto-based company said in a statement that second-quarter results reflected the third continuous quarter of positive cash flow and net losses continue to decline despite revenues being slightly down.