Rise and Shine: What you need to know before the ASX opens
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On Stockhead today, prices could be on the upswing for this valuable strategic commodity, how Latin America’s uprisings may see copper and lithium prices tick up, and climate protesters target major mining conference in Melbourne.
Despite a big week ahead of key data both locally and abroad, there’s not a whole lot on the domestic calendar today.
Key events will be highlighted by a speech from RBA governor Phillip Lowe at 5:45pm (eastern time), who will be giving the annual Sir Leslie Melville Lecture in Canberra.
The following companies are scheduled to come out of a trading halt or voluntary suspension over the next 48 hours:
Cardinal Resources (ASX:CDV) – feasibility study results
Eagle Mountain Mining (ASX:EM2) – asset acquisition
Invigor Group (ASX:IVO) – capital raising
Adriatic Metals (ASX:ADT) – capital raising
Metals Australia (ASX:MLS) – capital raising
Tyranna Resources (ASX:TYX) – acquisition
Aurora Labs (ASX:A3D) – capital raising
Vanadium Resources (ASX:VR8) – capital raising
Azumah Resources (ASX:AZM) – takeover update
Ausmex Mining Group (ASX:AMG) – capital raising
Wellness & Beauty Solutions (ASX:WNB) – capital raising
Gold: US$1,504.51 (+0.05%)
Silver: $18.038 (+1.3%)
Oil (WTI): $56.66 (+0.76%)
Oil (Brent): $61.98 (+0.50%)
Coal: $67.70 (-0.25%)
Iron 62pc Fe: $87.98 (+0.7%)
AUD/USD: 0.6823 (+0.08%)
Bitcoin: $9,671.10 (+4.57%)
There was plenty of reader attention for the latest edition of Bargain Barrel, where Stockhead journalist Bevis Yeo shone the spotlight on two companies — Ansila Energy (ASX:ANA) and Fe Limited (ASX:FEL) — which have the potential to produce a solid run of news-flow in the weeks ahead.
These were the 10 most tipped stocks (weekly) on Stocks in Play: