The world of commodities served up a broad range of news for us to talk about today, covering many corners of the globe.
We start with a bit of macro on the potential implications of China’s slowing property market & broader economy, before smoothly segueing into the latest update from the world’s biggest miner, BHP.
Allkem (AKE) then caught our eye with a strong focus in their annual results on Western Australia, somewhat contrary to expectations.
We save a deep dive for Strickland Metals (STK), who are the recent sellers of the Millrose gold project to Northern Star. The transaction has left them in an enviable position amongst their exploration peers, cashed up and raring to go.
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(4:58) China’s Economy makes Investors Nervous
(10:12) Some Eye-Catching details from BHP’s Latest Update
(18:01) Allkem has a Bumper Year & Renews WA Focus
(22:06) An ASX Junior that’s Cashed Up