Key News Overnight:
U.S. stocks slid the most in five weeks as weak American manufacturing data added to nervousness over global growth.
EU governments have discussed giving the U.K. a major concession by possibly time-limiting the contentious backstop mechanism for the Irish border, Earlier, Boris Johnson blamed the bloc for the need for customs checks but said they could be “absolutely minimal and non-intrusive.”
Protesters and police battled in the some of the most serious clashes since Hong Kong’s unrest began in June. A demonstrator was shot by officers for the first time, and more than 180 people were arrested on Tuesday. Chinese President Xi Jinping called for stability in the city and the “complete unification”.
Oil fell to the lowest in almost two months in New York on Tuesday as negative economic signals darkened the outlook for global energy demand. Copper declined to the lowest in four weeks, while Nickel, gold and silver rallied.
In This Issue:
US Oil Production Set to Fall | Analyst | Michael Eidne
GR Engineering (GNG) | TOGA Contract Update | BUY | Analyst | Ian Christie
Bellevue Gold (BGL) | High-grade gold intercepts at Deacon/Mavis discoveries | Not covered | No rating
Calidus Resource (CIA) | Strong results from infill drilling | Not covered | No rating
Saracen Mineral Holdings (SAR) | Potash Sector Review | Gold: Forecasting more M&A in the WA Goldfields | Nickel – Near-term headwinds from growing stainless steel inventories