Rise and Shine: What you need to know before the ASX opens
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On Stockhead today, the federal government has pledged cheap funding for Australian rare earths projects, wise words from the Secret Broker about following the smart money (but not with your wallet) and a “$13 billion” typo may be why HeraMED shares went berserk.
The following companies are scheduled to come out of a trading halt or voluntary suspension over the next 48 hours:
Azure Healthcare (ASX:AZV) – capital raising
Talga Resources (ASX:TLG) – capital raising
Proteomics International (ASX:PIQ) – capital raising
Byron Energy (ASX:BYE) – capital raising
Digital Wine Ventures (ASX:DW8) – capital raising
Gold: US$1,464.05 ($2,152.52) (+0.20%)
Silver: $17.02 (+0.34%)
Oil (WTI): $57.44 (+0.70%)
Oil (Brent): $62.92 (+0.63%)
Coal: $70.03 (0.43%)
Iron 62pc Fe: $81.26 (-0.12%)
AUD/USD: 0.6800 (-0.56%)
Bitcoin: US$8,688.93 (-0.39%)
On Twitter users were most interested in the role nickel could play in the battery sector.
Blackstone managing director Scott Williamson believes the future of nickel is in the burgeoning battery sector and that the company’s Ta Khoa project is ideally suited to meet this growing demand. https://t.co/ohZ6GriUB8 #ad #asx $BSX
— Stockhead (@StockheadAU) November 13, 2019
While over in our Facebook small and micro cap chat group (which you can join here) users were interested in the drone and electric scooter industries.
These were the five most-tipped stocks (weekly) on Stocks in Play: