Rise and Shine: What you need to know before the ASX opens
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On Stockhead today: why the 15 per cent EV penetration by 2024 prediction is impossible, the small caps investors are shorting right now, why the MiFID II laws are here to stay and Sportcor rolls out its SmartBall technology.
It’s a quiet one on the data front today, both locally and abroad. Markets will be focused on the latest Brexit developments to start the week, as UK lawmakers return to the House of Commons for another round of crucial votes on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s proposed deal.
The ASX is set to open higher after a positive session for US stocks. Semiconductor stocks rose strongly amid more optimism surrounding US-China trade negotiations.
CropLogic (ASX:CLI) – response to ASX query
WiseTech Global (ASX:WTC) – response to J Capital report
Cogstate (ASX:CGS) – capital raising
Vimy Resources (ASX:VMY) – capital raising
XCD Energy (ASX:XCD) – capital raising
Kalina Power (ASX:KPO) – capital raising
Environmental Clean Technologies (ASX:ECT) – response to incident at research facility
Cape Lambert Resource (ASX:CFE) – project tenement status
Bass Oil (ASX:BAS) – well update
Gold: $US1,482.81 (-0.47%)
Silver: $US17.55 (-0.01%)
Oil (WTI): $US53.66 (-0.39%)
Oil (Brent): $US59.06 (-0.57%)
Coal: $US69.37 (+0.83%)
Iron 62pc Fe: $US85.40 (-1.1%)
AUD/USD: $US0.6867 (+0.18%)
Bitcoin: $US8,279.22 (-0.58%)
Over on the Stockhead Facebook page, readers noted with interest the latest from Nick Sundich on the drama surrounding WisteTech Global (ASX:WTC), as CEO Richard White responded to a damning review of the company last week by research firm J Capital.
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