Key News Overnight:
U.S. equities fell by the most since March as investors remained on edge over President Donald Trump’s threat to increase tariffs on billions of dollars of imports from China.
China’s top trade negotiator Liu He will travel to the U.S. this week for high-stakes talks as prospects dimmed for maintaining a fragile truce after Donald Trump’s threats.
The global iron ore market is waiting for the embattled top producer, Vale SA, to outline plans to restore 93 million tons of Brazilian output that remains shut after a deadly mining accident in January, an event that sent prices near a five-year high.
The world’s top copper miner, Chile’s Codelco, posted the lowest production in more than a decade during the first quarter after heavy rains hit its operations and output declined across all of its aging mines.
Gold rose for a third straight session as tumbling U.S. stocks and mounting tensions in the Middle East fuelled demand for the metal as a haven.
In This Issue:
Orthocell (OCC) | First Patients Complete Nerve Generation Trial | SPEC BUY | Analyst | Michael Eidne
Heron Resources (HRR) | Production commences at Woodlawn | Not covered | No rating
Coking Coal: A Bright Spot | Analyst | Helen Lau
MYL, SO4, ASB, SWK, KDR