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James Gerrish

A bullish day for Aussie equities with the market latching onto strength from our cousins across the ditch, simply ignoring the weakness playing out across US Futures while Asia was fairly mixed across the board. It’s been a while since we’ve seen such sustained buying throughout the day with the... Show More

Barry FitzGerald

After falling sharply over the past six months, there is fresh hope that lithium prices could be set for a comeback as demand from the EV market surges. Albermarle, for one, believes demand will more than triple over the next six years. Plus, lithium junior Galan soars ahead of results.... Show More

Barry FitzGerald

Liontown Resources, which is capped at just $27m, is about to outline why its Kathleen Valley project could be a substantial lithium operation. Based on numbers it has published and those of similar, more advanced projects, observers say it could be a game-changer. Plus, beaten-up Coronado looking like a bargain. Show More

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Mergers and acquisitions activity has picked up in the last 12 months, as sentiment has finally allowed more deals. Luke Cummings, CIO at Harvest Lane Asset Management, explains that M&A tends to increase later in the cycle as confidence is essential for successful deals. But where will the next one... Show More

Alex Cowie

When we asked you to suggest a stock tip in our 2018 Livewire reader survey, there were a few names that came up regularly. Drawing from the database of 2617 responses, here are the 10 stocks that readers tipped the most, with exclusive insights from our contributors for each one.... Show More

Mark Gordon

With the planned merger with Aphrodite Minerals (due to be completed in early January, and with the Scheme Booklet now available), Spitfire is continuing the transformational strategy of becoming a significant Australian gold developer. Work by the Company, headed by the Pilbara team of John Young and Neil Biddle, has... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market bounced back after Friday’s bashing. Started positive before investors took profit in the last few hours. European markets were negative while US and Asian markets were directionless. China data was stable without being special while local housing data was weak and private credit data was solid. July count... Show More