Key News Overnight:
Chinese officials are signalling they’re increasingly reluctant to agree to a broad trade deal pursued by President Donald Trump, ahead of negotiations this week that have raised hopes of a potential truce.
The lead attorney representing a U.S. intelligence official who came forward with a complaint against Donald Trump says his firm is now representing “multiple whistle-blowers” in connection with the matter, a new twist in the impeachment inquiry of the president.
Hong Kong suffered one of its most violent weekends since anti-China protests began in June, with demonstrators paralysing large swaths of the financial hub after leader Carrie Lam imposed emergency rule for the first time in more than half a century to ban face masks.
The spot gold price was trading near US$1,504 an ounce in late US trade Friday. Over the week gold rose by US$6.50/oz or 0.4%. Iron ore was unchanged at US$93.90/t. Over last week lead rose 5.1% and nickel rose 3.3%, but zinc fell by 2.2%.
In This Issue:
Resolute Mining (RSG) | September Q production update | Not covered | No rating
Ramelius Resources (RMS) | Greenfinch clearing permit granted | Not covered | No rating
Iron ore: Prices Recovery on Reduced Imports and Increase in Steel Production | Analyst | Helen Lau
GR Engineering (GNG) | Metro Mining (MMI) | Sandfire Resources (SFR) | Saracen Mineral Holdings (SAR) | Potash Sector Review