Karl Simich, Richard Beazley, Matthew Fitzgerald and Shannan Bamforth presents Sandfire Resources 2017 September quarterly update
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Northern Star Resources Limited (ASX: NST) is pleased to report on an outstanding quarter of achievement which has ensured the Company remains well on track to achieve its key performance and growth targets. Gold sold in the September Quarter totalled 138,459oz at an AISC of A$1,021/oz. Both metrics sit comfortably within the FY2018 guidance range of 525,000-575,000oz at an AISC of A$1,000-A$1,050/oz. Northern Star generated free cashflow of A$26 million in the quarter after investing A$32 million in its exploration and expansion programs.
Gulf Manganese (ASX. GMC) is focused on developing a ferromanganese smelting business in West Timor, Indonesia to produce and sell medium and low carbon ferromanganese alloy. The Kupang Smelting Hub facility will contain eight furnaces built in stages over five years, targeting the production of a premium quality 78%+ manganese alloy. At full production, Gulf will aim to purchase and process 320,000 tonnes of manganese ore per annum, producing circa 155,000 tonnes.
ITL Health Group (ASX: ITD), an innovative global medical technology company, is pleased to provide an update on strategy and expectations following the recent sale of its Custom Pack business for $14.4m to Nasdaq-listed multi-national Merit Medical Systems, Inc
Myanmar Metals Limited (ASX: MYL) is pleased to advise that it has received the results of the Mineral Resource estimate completed by CSA Global. As previously reported, MYL holds an option with Win Myint Mo Industries Co. the Myanmar company that holds the 38 km2 Mining Concession at Bawdwin. The estimate is based on extensive historical channel sampling of underground exploration cross cuts supported by new diamond drilling and channel sampling data collected in 2017. The maiden JORC Code 2012 compliant Mineral Resource estimate highlights the potential of the Bawdwin Project to be redeveloped as a large-scale mining operation. The forthcoming Scoping Study will further assess this potential.
Hugh Dive from Atlas Funds Management applied the Quality Filter Model to Myer to see why it is down -42% in 12 months.
A quick rally for the Australian market within a narrow trading range has investors worried that this could be a false break. Gary Glover looks at how to trade the move, where to target and the specific companies he’s trading. For more information, visit: <a href="" target="_blank">Gary Glover TV</a>
Tom Daemen, the Director of Corporate, External & Legal Affairs for Microsoft in Australia and New Zealand, shares his take on how lawyers and firms can succeed in an era of disruption. The Without Precedent series is a collaboration between the UTS Faculty of Law and Boardroom.Media that explores the unprecedented levels of disruption that are drastically reshaping the legal profession.
Australia has rallied from October to December every year in the last 5 years. Rudi sees whether the market can deliver again, where to focus and where to avoid. Plus the added insight of Insurers vs Climate Change, how the winner is not who most would think