On Stockhead today, Guy Le Page is bringing the gold, will Simandou ever get built, and the ASX debt collectors are on their way.

But first, the day ahead.

 

WHO’S LISTING?

Regener8 Resources (ASX:R8R)

IPO: $5.5m at $0.20

The company is proposing to acquire the tenements comprising the Kookynie (Niagara) Gold Project in Western Australia from GTI Resources (ASX:GTR).

“It is exciting for the company to have secured tenements containing historical high-grade workings, identified mineralisation and high priority, walk-up targets whilst in the company of peers that are actively finding encouraging results,” chairman Robert Boston says.

The company plans to kick off maiden exploration and apply modern techniques to the “historically significant, underexplored tenement package”.

MetalsGrove Mining (ASX:MGA)

IPO: $7m at $0.20

The company has a portfolio of lithium, tin, tantalum, manganese, copper, gold and base metal exploration projects in WA and the NT.

Its assets include the Woodie Woodie North project and the Upper Coondina project in WA.

In NT, it holds the Edwards Creek project, the Box Hole project and the Bruce project.

 

TRADING HALTS

Propell Holdings (ASX:PHL) – capital raising

Galileo Mining (ASX:GAL) – capital raising

Neurotech International (ASX:NTI) – pending an announcement regarding the results of its Phase I/II clinical study of the NTI164 strain in paediatric Autism Spectrum Disorder

GBM Resources (ASX:GBZ) – capital raising

Arrow Minerals (ASX:AMD) – capital raising and execution of a non-binding terms sheet to acquire an interest in an exploration project located in Guinea, West Africa

Redcastle Resources (ASX:RC1) – pending an announcement in relation to exploration results for the Redcastle Project

Black Dragon Gold (ASX:BDG) – The company is getting its ducks in a row prior to finalising a corporate transaction to acquire rights to mining tenements.

Bubs Australia (ASX:BUB) – There’s an equity raising (comprising a fully underwritten accelerated non-renounceable pro-rata entitlement offer and a fully underwritten placement) in the works.

 

MARKETS

Gold: $US1,768.62 (-2.24%)

Silver: $US19.23 (-3.61%)

Nickel (3mth): $US22,650/t (+0.67%)

Copper (3mth): $US7,625/t (-4.33%)

Lithium Carbonate, China (Benchmark Minerals Intelligence, June 30): $US69,750/t (0.0% weekly)

Lithium Hydroxide, China (Benchmark Minerals Intelligence, June 30): $US70,875/t (0.0% weekly)

Oil (WTI): $US100.77 (-7.06%)

Oil (Brent): $US104.15 (-8.24%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US113.61(-0.73%)

AUD/USD: 0.6799 (-0.04%)

Bitcoin: $US20,375  (+1.38%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING YESTERDAY?

A deep dive into the top six most popular commodities for June and the top 40 ASX resource stocks got your eyes poppin’.

The top three lucky winners included Athena Resources (ASX:AHN), Tempest Minerals (ASX:TEM), and Greentech Metals  (ASX:GRE).

 

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YESTERDAY’S BIGGEST SMALL CAP WINNERS

(Stocks highlighted in yellow rose after making announcements during the trading day).

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Eddy Sunarto, who makes arto out of deciphering the insane world of bio and medtech stocks, has his beady heterochromic eye on the genomics specialist, Genetic Technologies (ASX:GTG).

Eddy says GTG’s latest toy, EasyDNA, has gone off on some kind of expansion jaunt into India and Europe. Gone rogue they have, with subsidiary EasyDNA India already friends with a number of stud farms which provide “independent and comprehensive chain of custody for equine paternity testing”.

The company has its hands on initial juicy samples and says it’s testing merrily away and will add the results into the Indian Stud Book.

 

YESTERDAY’S BIGGEST SMALL CAP LOSERS

(Stocks highlighted in yellow fell after making announcements during the trading day).

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