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FNArena Windows offers subscribers the option to investigate ASX-listed stocks against their peers. FNArena developed its own sector methodology which in our view overcomes many flaws and disadvantages connected with GICS sectors. Our system starts with three broad sector labels: COMMODITIES, FINANCIAL SERVICES and INDUSTRIALS. From here onwards subscribers can explore further through gradually narrowing branches. This is not investment advice, but simply another window on the Australian Stock Exchange to provide better insight and to assist FNArena subscribers while conducting their own market analysis.

Latest Stories

Uncertainty regarding where the next “gold rush” is coming from has put pressure on Newcrest Mining but several brokers believe the answer may be closer than generally believed.

May 27 2020

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May 06 2020


ASX CODE LAST PRICE % MOVE 52WK HIGH 52WK LOW P/E CONSENSUS TARGET UPSIDE/DOWNSIDE
AMI $0.48

2.13%

$0.60 $0.21 19.6

$0.475

-1.0%

AQG $8.48

3.04%

$10.99 $3.98 10.2

$9.30

9.7%

BGL $0.84

5.00%

$0.95 $0.28

$0.90

7.1%

CMM $1.68

-1.18%

$1.73 $0.08

$1.50

-10.7%

DCN $0.48 0.00% $1.76 $0.34

$0.45

-6.3%

EVN $5.60

-1.75%

$6.32 $3.29 25.1

$4.876

-12.9%

GOR $1.55

-3.73%

$1.88 $0.81 20.7

$1.80

16.1%

IGO $5.13

-2.10%

$7.11 $3.27 19.7

$5.342

4.1%

NCM $29.05

-0.03%

$38.87 $20.70 24.2

$31.073

7.0%

NST $13.48 0.00% $15.28 $8.85 24.3

$13.342

-1.0%

OGC $3.02

0.67%

$4.57 $1.46 119.6

$3.05

1.0%

PRU $1.15

-1.71%

$1.35 $0.44 32.0

$1.23

7.0%

RED $0.28

3.70%

$0.40 $0.15 9.0

$0.50

78.6%

RRL $5.06

1.40%

$6.72 $2.90 11.3

$5.20

2.8%

RSG $1.09 0.00% $2.12 $0.61 7.3

$1.25

14.7%

SAR $4.54

-0.87%

$5.69 $2.81 17.4

$5.13

13.0%

SBM $3.00 0.00% $4.06 $1.62 14.2

$3.33

11.0%

SLR $1.96 0.00% $2.31 $0.81 15.4

$2.10

7.1%

WAF $0.90

4.65%

$0.92 $0.28 10.1

$0.90

WGX $2.17

-1.36%

$2.57 $1.21 24.9

$2.90

33.6%

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Ahead of the Herd’s Rick Mills discusses what impact massive global monetary and fiscal stimulus will have on the gold price.


Superior Growth Still Likely For Northern Star

Mar 31 2020

Northern Star Resources has suspended guidance as its mines down-shift operations. Longer-term, brokers assess the performance will depend on progress at Pogo and expansion of the Kalgoorlie Super Pit.


Gold Stocks A Beacon In The Dark

Mar 30 2020

Gold equities have suffered from the liquidity-driven global sell-off over recent weeks but several brokers suggest the outlook is much brighter, as flight-to-safety concerns take over.


Gold Has Immunity, Silver Has Ratio

Mar 04 2020

Ahead of the Herd’s Rick Mills makes the case for buying precious metals in the face of this global crisis.


Short Term Breather For Gold

Feb 26 2020

The Chartist suggests the gold price has set itself up for a short-term pullback while the longer term uptrend remains in place.


Further To Go For Newcrest

Feb 25 2020

Michael Gable of Fairmont Equities suggests Newcrest Mining can push further ahead before reassessment is needed.


Could Silver Break Out Like It Did In 2011?

Feb 14 2020

Ahead of the Herd’s Rick Mills looks to history and the current gold/silver ratio to conclude something is amiss.


Golden Year Ahead For Northern Star

Jan 31 2020

2020 is shaping up as a pivotal year for Northern Star Resources and, if successful, could make the miner the second-largest gold producer on the ASX.


Gold Outlook Spurs Interest In Saracen

Jan 30 2020

Saracen Mineral Holdings offers gold exposure and strong production growth and, amid heightened investor interest, UBS has initiated coverage on the stock.


Behind The Victorian Gold Revival

Jan 29 2020

The New Criterion’s Tim Boreham explains why junior gold miners are rushing to secure long abandoned riches in the Bendigo/Ballarat goldfields.