Local markets are largely flat this morning... so first to some exciting space news – the Australian Space Agency has opened up a poll to let the public help decide the name of the first all-Aussie lunar rover.
Here are today's highlights of the most interesting small-cap stories that might have slipped beneath your radar.
A golden opportunity to diversify into copper and Newmont CEO Tom Palmer says the company wants it added to the federal government's critical minerals list
Mining News Select and Future Mining Conferences – discussing the resource update at Briggs with over a million tonnes of metal in the ground.
Got 90 seconds? Then listen to Managing Director, Frazer Tabeart tell us about their company news. Alma Metals has expanded its project portfolio
The social media landscape is about to undergo a bit of a shake-up, because Meta Platforms, the lumbering world-destroying behemoth that Mark Zuckerberg has built from its early incarnation of a college girl creepshots platform – is about to launch…
Cancer diagnostics company Pacific Edge (NZX, ASX:PEB) today welcomed the delay of a decision to stop Medicare coverage of Cxbladder in the US on 17 July 2023. Global lithium producer SQM (NYSE:SQM) will spend up to $3m on exploration to…
Gold production in sight and promising copper hits for these players are just some highlights from the strongest performing ASX stocks today.
Everything you need to know before the ASX opens. Only 12 resources stocks on the ASX have made gains of more than 100% year-to-date.
On the winners list today is shipbuilder Austal (ASX:ASB), which has announced its US subsidiary Austral USA has been awarded a contract worth up to US$3.195 billion from the US Navy.
It’s a numbers game this week and coal, confidence and small caps are winning.
Everything you need to know before the market opens. The following companies went into trading halts on Friday and are expected out in the next few days...
How to bank $1.5bn doing sweet bugger all on your arse in a deck chair. Mineral Resources (ASX:MIN) which cranked out a 12.4% jump simply because there are rumours that it’s looking into turning its lithium side hustle into something…
Investors can’t get enough of these ASX rare earths stocks. Here are the highlights of the best (and worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live data.
Local stocks posted a strong session on Thursday, as the ASX 200 climbed by around 1% while the microcap Emerging Markets index jumped again (+1.9%).
Who’s resting on their laurels today? The ASX 200 is managing a small improvement of 10 points or 0.14% to 7,251 around midday, having been down as much as 41 points or just over 0.5% at its opening lows.
As more and more ASX stocks file their quarterlies, the list of the best performers looks somewhat different this afternoon than what it did this morning.