After being granted an exploration licence, Pacifico are now able to further increase its productivity while acquiring prospects for zinc-lead. They were able to execute its drilling contract at copper prospect sites which are located in the Northern Territory.
With its shares dropping by 3.15% today, Westpac has many issues to address to its shareholders in the wake of its struggle.
The retail giant’s results showed a 2.7% slide in total sales, while the executive chairman Garry Hounsell tried to lay blame on the weather. But investors have clearly seen an upside.
Macquarie Group Limited [ASX:MQG] have recently announced a net profit upgrade scaling to over $2 million dollars for the year. This is an increase of 15% from last year’s net profit figures.
Mining giant BHP Billiton Limited [ASX:BHP] has seen a rise by more than 120% in the last two years, prompted by foreign investor interest and stronger commodity prices. At time of writing, the share price is sitting at $34.04.
At the time of writing, shares of Integrated Media Technology Ltd [ASX:ITL] are up by 69.96%, today trading for $17 per share.
It’s been a scandalous week for AMP in light of startling confessions to the royal commission, four separate class actions and the hostile media frenzy that has followed.
These conditions caused shares of Telstra [ASX:TLS] to sink by 2.80%, now trading at $2.95.
Afterpay Touch’s [ASX: APT] share price has risen by over 9% since opening this morning.
ANZ shares were down by 2.7% early this morning. This was the worst performance out of the Big Four banks. Though last week, conversely, ANZ was the best.