Intermin has intersected more high-grade gold, which is outside the current resource envelope. An upgraded resource is expected in the March quarter 2016.
A shining light on the ASX are gold stocks, as the price of the yellow metal in Australian Dollars continues to soar. In focus today will not only be producers, but also explorers with news flow and results pending.
There were red arrows across the boards on Wall Street on Friday, but the stocks worst hit were in the technology sector. LinkedIn plunged 44% on weak guidance.
The ASX SPI 200 is off 56 points to 4867.
Metro Mining's managing director, Simon Finnis, joined Proactive's Spotlight CEO Sessions roadshow this week in Sydney and Melbourne. Metro's assets are located in Cape York’s world-class bauxite province.
The two companies are finalising strategic funding needs for WinterGarden and transaction completion. These discussions are at an advanced stage and IGS expects to finalise them in the coming weeks.
Uwe Boettcher joined Proactive's Spotlight CEO Sessions roadshow this week in Sydney and Melbourne. XTEK is working towards two company-making milestones in the next six months.
Strengthening relationships, a multi-pronged research program and an agenda for milestone payments have Pharmaxis in good shape.
Patrick McManus, joined the Proactive's Spotlight CEO Sessions roadshow this week in Sydney and Melbourne. The company is building a fertiliser project on one of the world’s largest glauconite deposits.
This strategically located permit is within the prolific Kenieba Inlier 15 kilometres to the west of the company's Dandoko Project, and also near the 5.15 million gold ounce Fekola discovery.
Trevor Matthews, managing director, joined Proactive's Spotlight CEO Sessions this week in Sydney and Melbourne, discussing with investors the transition to being the world’s newest mineral sands producer.
Danakali is now planning to advance the approvals process in the March 2016 quarter at the Colluli potash project, and initiate front end engineering and design to proceed to construction by the end of the calendar year once project funding is secured.
Greenland Minerals and Energy is set to benefit from increasingly focused government support for the uranium industry in Greenland as new regulatory certainty underpins a strong development trajectory for the company’s Kvanefjeld project.