Key News Overnight:
U.S. stocks were mixed as investors weighed the latest trade developments and disappointing retail earnings, though gains in big tech companies sent the Nasdaq to a record. Treasuries rose, with 10-year yields dropping below 1.8%.
Hong Kong update: Protesters are calling for subway disruptions and road blockades starting as early as 5 a.m. Wednesday, according to a social media post. Schools are nonetheless scheduled to reopen. Demonstrators trickled out of PolyU Tuesday evening; some were arrested.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn kicked off their first head-to-head election debate, with the Labour leader seeking to erode the PM’s double-digit lead in the polls. The two traded blows over Brexit, the National Health Service and Scottish independence.
Nickel slumped in London and neared a bear market as rising exchange inventories helped allay supply concerns. Precious metals climbed across the board. WTI fell more than 3% on indications U.S. stockpiles and shale output will continue rising.
In This Issue:
St George Mining (SGQ) | More thick intercepts of Ni-Cu at Investigators | SPEC BUY | Analyst | James Wilson
Hazer (HZR) | AGM Key Takeaways | SPEC BUY | Analyst | Michael Eidne
Triangle Energy (TEG) | AGM Key Takeaways | SPEC BUY | Analyst | Michael Eidne
ALS (ALQ) | 1H20 Results | Not covered | No rating
Saracen Mineral Holdings (SAR) | Salt Lake Potash (SO4) | Argonaut’s 2019 Best Undeveloped Projects | Botanix Pharmaceuticals (BOT) | St George Mining (SGQ) | Metro Mining (MMI)