Rise and Shine: What you need to know before the ASX opens
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On Stockhead today, the Aussie industries that can benefit from China’s $21 billion push to become a tech and manufacturing titan, Aerometrex closes 84pc higher on ASX entry making it the 6th best debut in 2019 and the latest Explorers podcast.
Keep your eye out for Westpac’s consumer confidence statistics, to be released at 10.30am today.
This has been low in recent months and taken as a sign that tax cuts and low interest rates were not working. But November’s result saw a 4.5 per cent gain.
The following companies are in trading halts or voluntary suspensions and are expected to exit in the next 48 hours.
Jaxsta (ASX:JXT) – capital raising
CCP Technologies (ASX:CT1) – material agreement
Hastings Technology (ASX:HAS) – capital raising
Peninsula Mines (ASX:PSM) – project acquisition
State Gas (ASX:GAS) – capital raising
FAR (ASX:FAR) – capital raising
AdVeritas (ASX:AV1) – capital raising
Mako Gold (ASX:MKG) – capital raising
Great Northern Minerals (ASX:GNM) – preliminary drilling results
Gold: $US1,464.77 ($2,149.70) (+0.24%)
Silver: $US16.67 (+0.31%)
Oil (WTI): $US59.20 (+0.70%)
Oil (Brent): $US64.36 (+0.62%)
Coal: $67.83 (-0.72%)
Iron 62pc Fe: $92.04 (+3.93%)
AUD/USD: $0.6814 (-0.13%)
Bitcoin: $US7,203.81 (-1.38%)
On Twitter, Pure Minerals’ (ASX:PM1) North Queensland nickel-cobalt refinery grabbed the most attention. It just completed its pre-feasibility study.
Northern Queensland is one step closer to getting a new generation nickel-cobalt refinery following the completion of a pre-feasibility study (PFS) on Pure Minerals’ Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub (TECH) Project. 🏅https://t.co/b95370O6Ev #ad #ASX $PM1
— Stockhead (@StockheadAU) December 10, 2019
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Aerial imaging firm Aerometrex (ASX:AMX) ended its first trading day 84 per cent up. It was yesterday’s biggest winner and one of the best first-day performing IPOs of the year.