CRU's World Aluminium Conference 2017 takes place on 3-5 May 2017, in London, UK, where CRU's Assistant Chief Representative China Office & Head of Asia, Aluminum, Wan Ling, and Chalco's Executive Director & Senior Vice President, Lu Dongliang, will be discussing the likely outcomes of these regulations on the local and global markets.
Macquarie Group Limited
Now in its 22nd year, World Aluminium Conference regularly attracts over 200 delegates from around the world to discuss the key issues facing the industry. This year's conference will address sustainability in the aluminium sector, focusing on how environmental and economic strategies interact and the business opportunities created.
Toro Energy Limited (ASX:TOE) is pleased to announce that it has received and executed a committed letter of offer for an A$12 million convertible debt facility from Macquarie Bank Limited.
Chief Economist, Clifford Bennett, is widely recognized for his often market leading and insightful economic and financial market forecasts. Clifford has 25 years international experience with some of the world's leading investment banks, and was named the "world's most accurate currency forecaster" by Bloomberg News NY. Clifford is the author of "Warrior Trading" published by John Wiley & Sons New York, and frequently appears in the financial print and television media.
Linc Energy Limited (ASX:LNC) (PINK:LNCGY) today announces that Mr Brian Johnson has advised the Board that he intends to stand down as Chairman and resign from the Board at the Annual General Meeting in November this year.
The Australian sharemarket has opened lower on Friday, led by financials, energy and material sector. Overnight US market ended the choppy session with a loss, as investors seesawed between the disappointing revenue from utilities and consumer companies and a batch of strong earnings reports.
Bow Energy Limited (ASX:BOW) (PINK:BOWYF) is pleased to announce that it has appointed Mr Peter Harbison to the position of Chief Financial Officer.
Australian Market Report of June 9, 2010: China Armco (AMEX:CNAM) Makes Strategic Investment in Apollo Minerals (ASX:AON)
The Australian share market opened slightly lower on Wednesday with weakness in financial stocks. Wall Street has provided a flat lead to the local market. Mining stocks were mixed while commodities prices were firmer. Gold miners gained after gold price hit a record high overnight in London and New York.
Friday Asian markets broadly rebounded after Wall Street gained on a string of positive earnings reports. The Australian share market rose 0.5 per cent in early trade with material and financial stocks firmer. Today the Reserve Bank of Australia publishes financial aggregates data for March. The Housing Industry Association releases new home sales report for March.
The Australian market rebounded to above 5000 points today after Wall Street gained on hope of upbeat US corporate earnings. On Wednesday, investors would look to consumer sentiment data from Wespac and Melbourne Institute. The local market fell back to below the 5000 points level on a weaker performance in Asian markets. Today Asian shares were mostly higher following the positive lead from Wall Street.