Key News Overnight:
Gold sank as much as 5.8% on Tuesday, facing its worst one-day rout in seven years, while silver plunged as much as 13.8% – its biggest daily decline since October 2008.
West Texas Intermediate crude settled 33 US cents, or 0.79%, lower at US$41.61ppb, after earlier rising more than 2%. International benchmark Brent crude fell 37 US cents, or 0.82%, to trade at US$44.54 per barrel.
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Evolution Mining (EVN) | Red Lake evacuated due to forest fire | Not covered | No rating
Downer (DOW) | FY20 results | Not covered / No rating
Berkeley Energia (BKY) | Urbanisation licence granted | Not covered | No rating
Kin Mining (KIN) | Drilling update | Not covered | No rating
Southern Gold (SAU) | High grade silver at Aphae | Not covered | No rating
Hot Chili Ltd (HCH)