Key News Overnight:
Spot gold dipped 0.7% to US$1,957.20/oz, set to break its longest winning streak since December 2017. U.S. gold futures closed 0.6% lower at US$1,942.30/oz.
Brent crude futures, which expire on Friday, settled 81 US cents lower at US$42.94 per barrel.
Apple announced overnight that they hold US$193.817 billion cash on hand.
In This Issue:
Metro Mining (MMI) | Potential early shut in 2020 | Recommendation under review | Analyst: Matthew Keane
VRX Silica (VRX) | June Quarterly Update | SPEC BUY | Analyst | Michael Eidne
CIMIC (CIM) | 1H20 results | Not covered / No rating
NRW Holdings (NWH) | Preferred on Bunbury Ring Road | Not covered / No rating
Dacian Gold (DCN) | June Quarterly Update | Not covered | No rating
Boart Longyear (BLY) | AGM presentation highlights exploration spend | Not covered / No rating
GR Engineering (GNG)
Sandfire Resources (SFR)