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A successful strategy in recent times for investors has been to follow ASX-listed explorers looking to revive old and forgotten high-grade goldfields in WA

A successful strategy in recent times for investors has been to follow ASX-listed explorers looking to revive old and forgotten high-grade goldfields in WA (reports Barry FitzGerald on Stockhead).

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Sunstone Metals' drilling at the Limon prospect in Ecuador has interested more shallow mineralisation, with a 59m-thick mineralised blanket grading 0.16% copper, including 13.3m at 0.43% copper and 0.11 grams per tonne gold from 58m, providing more evidence of a major porphyry source , albeit expected to be deeper than expected at more than 500m below the surface (reports MiningNews).

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Plus, success for Stavely and Alkane spark renewed interest in Eastern States exploration, talk suggests European Cobalt may be heading for Aussie gold and Meteoric poised to deliver eagerly-awaited assays on its Brazilian gold play.

A diamond being the ultimate item of discretsionary expenditure, there should be no surprise that diamond prices have been down in the dumps. Fears of global economic recession overlain with the threat of trade wars is not exactly conducive to buoyant demand and pricing for the sparklers. It is why the few listed diamond producers that exist around the world have being doing it tough on the share price front.

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Gold first. Daylight second. Those four words perfectly sum up the state-of-play on the Australian stock market as more investors join the flight to safety while the international geopolitical and trade backdrop worsens.

Gold first. Daylight second. Those four words perfectly sum up the state-of-play on the Australian stock market as more investors join the flight to safety while the international geopolitical and trade backdrop worsens. A measure of the gap between strongly performing gold (and goldminers) could be gleaned from a unique mid-week piece of research by Macquarie Bank which looked at the damage done by the China v US trade war and past crises.

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Stavely Minerals has announced more thick, high grade copper hits to follow on from that “stunning” discovery at its namesake project in Victoria (reports Stockhead).

Stavely Minerals has announced more thick, high grade copper hits to follow on from that “stunning” discovery at its namesake project in Victoria (reports Stockhead). The new hole is 160m south of the discovery hole targeting the Thursday’s Gossan prospect. It returned assays of 8m at 9.69 per cent copper, 0.4 grams per tonne gold and 16.8g/t silver from 177m down-hole along with a shallower but thicker intercept of 59m at 1.8 per cent copper, 0.43g/t gold and 15.4g/t silver from 98m.

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Work on the Exxon project set to take place alongside construction of the ~US$20b Total LNG project

RBR Group’s strategy to be a major supplier of labour and training services to the Mozambique LNG construction industry has received another boost with the Government of Mozambique and the Exxon Mobil (Exxon) lead consortium behind the Mozambique Rovuma Venture announcing an Initial Investment Decision for the US$33 billion LNG project.  The Initial Investment Decision paves the way for Exxon and its partners to invest more than US$500 million in the initial construction phase of Rovuma.

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Strandline Resources is a step closer to winning Federal funds for its Coburn minerals sands in the Mid West

Strandline Resources is a step closer to winning Federal funds for its Coburn minerals sands in the Mid West with the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility progressing the project to the detailed due-diligence phase (reports The West Australian) . Strandline managing director Luke Graham said while the NAIF assessment continued, the company would advance discussions with private lenders. “We will also continue negotiations on project development contracts, product offtake and strategic partner arrangements,” he said.

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Todd River Resources has acquired the rights to what it describes as a ‘promising new nickel sulphide exploration terrain’ in Western Australia (reports MiningNews). The company has secured a 12-month option from private company Cratonix to evaluate the magmatic sulphide potential of the Nanutarra project, which sits about 30km west of the Nanutarra Roadhouse in the Western Gascoyne region of WA. Consideration for the option is A$10,000 cash and $25,000 worth of Todd River shares.

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