Key News Overnight:
U.S. stocks declined in thin trading ahead of central bank meetings and the China trade deadline. Treasuries rose modestly, with 10-year yields down one basis point.
UK polls show the Tories are on course to win a majority on Thursday. Labour’s John McDonnell rejected the idea there would be a run on the pound or capital flight if Labour wins.
Hong Kong police defused two improvised explosive devices at Wah Yan College. The mobile-phone activated devices contained a total of 10 kilograms of high explosives and shrapnel, making them potentially lethal.
Australia’s house-price index rose an estimated 1.5% in the third quarter from the prior three months, while falling 4.6% from a year earlier. That compares with drops of 0.7% and 7.4%, respectively, in the prior period.
Oil fell from the highest close since September as the U.S.-China trade dispute muted the effects of Saudi Arabia’s surprise move to take additional crude barrels out of the market.
In This Issue:
Otto Energy (OEL) | Green #2 development update | BUY | Analyst | Michael Eidne
Genesis Minerals (GMD) | JV with Kin Mining | SPEC BUY | Analyst | James Wilson
China macro: signs of stabilisation | Analyst | Helen Lau
Red 5 Ltd (RED) | Agrimin (AMN) | Perenti (PRN) | Aspire Mining (AKM) | Otto Energy (OEL)