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- 10/16/18--15:53: Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan dies at age 78
- 10/16/18--15:42: RBA Debelle: wages may not increase until unemployment falls further
- 10/16/18--16:20: Rugby - Foley re-commits to Wallabies until end of 2019
- 10/16/18--16:21: Lives and homes in danger after lightning sparks Broome bushfire
- 10/16/18--16:40: Kangaroos-Tonga Test sold out
- 10/16/18--16:50: US Cracks Down On Drug Cartel Deemed One Of Most Dangerous Groups
- 10/16/18--17:18: UPDATE 2-Australian Sheffield Shield Scoreboard
- 10/16/18--17:19: Kangaroos-Tonga Test already sold out
- 10/16/18--17:22: Buru Energy spuds Ungani West 1 exploration well
- 10/17/18--15:18: Australia Unemployment Data Due On Thursday
- 10/17/18--15:09: Xanadu Mines Achieves Dual-Listed Status
Ian Kiernan, the round the world sailor and environmentalist who founded the Clean Up Australia organisation, has died, aged 78.
Reported by SBS 2 hours ago.
· *Thin trading for the Aussie, which remains wrapped up under the 0.7150 level.*
· *Despite the USD's recent weakness, the AUD is unable to capitalize meaningfully ahead of Thursday's major employment report.*
The AUD/USD is trading flatly near 0.7140 after seeing little movement in Tuesday's action, ending the day barely ten pips up from where it started as broader markets keep their eyes locked elsewhere.
Data remains thin for the Aussie, which already saw little to no action on yesterday's Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Meeting Minutes and China CPI/PPI figures, and the Antipodean major pair can be expected to continue treading water as US Dollar flows drive the major market themes.
The AUD is drastically under-represented on Wednesday's economic calendar, and the pair will remain exposed to overall swings in risk appetite, though the US FOMC's latest Minutes will be dropping later in the day at 18:00 GMT, which could give Greenback bidders something to trade about.
*AUD/USD levels to watch*
The AUD/USD is leaning into the bullish camp as flat trading sees the Aussie taking small steps upwards, or rather the Greenback downwards; according to FXStreet's own Valeria Bednarik, "the pair offers a bullish stance in the short term, not far from a fresh 2-week high of 0.7150 reached in the American session. The 4 hours chart for the pair shows that a bullish 20 SMA has been leading the way higher, but also that sellers have capped the intraday advance around a bearish 100 SMA. Technical indicators in the mentioned chart have bounced from their midlines, maintaining upward slides but below their previous weekly highs, indicating buyers are still cautious. (Thursday's employment) data could be a make it or break it for the pair, with a bullish continuation expected on a run through 0.7160, the 61.8% retracement of the latest daily slump."
Support levels: 0.7110 0.7085 0.7040
Resistance levels: 0.7160 0.7195 0.7220 Reported by FXstreet.com 2 hours ago.
Guy Debelle, the Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) Deputy Governor, gave a targeted speech regarding Australia's labour market.
The Australian labour market is in pretty good shape, and Debelle expects employment to continue growing slightly above-trend for the next six months.
The Aussie vacancy rate remains at its highest relative to the labour force.
"Average" economic growth will gradually reduce the labour overhang, which should eventually to "gradual" inflation, wage increases.
Debelle notes that the unemployment rate could fall further than usual before wages finally begin to pick up, although there's a chance the unemployment rate could rapidly decline if the participation rate steadies.
The RBA can't see the economic drag from lower housing prices, effect is "unclear". Despite this, the RBA is still watching housing prices closely.
A lower AUD is almost certainly helping the domestic Aussie economy, but not a huge boost, and it would be helpful if the US Fed wound up pushing the AUD even lower via rate hikes. Reported by FXstreet.com 2 hours ago.
Stefan Murphy, managing director of Great Boulder Resources Ltd (ASX:GBR) tells Proactive Investors the latest on the Yamarna copper-nickel-cobalt project in Western Australia's Eastern Goldfields, sharing drilling updates on Mt Venn and the Eastern Mafic Complex. "We've been able to prove that the Eastern Mafic is in fact a highly mineralised system. One of the key things that we were trying to prove with this first round of drilling is that we are looking at the more nickel-rich part of the system as opposed to the later-stage copper-rich part over at Mt Venn. That was the hypothesis that we were always working towards and what we've been able to see at the Eastern Mafic is not only are we finding the higher nickel grades there, but we're also finding the higher nickel tenor," says Murphy.
Reported by Proactive Investors 1 hour ago.
Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has returned from a trading halt after receiving broad gold hits in drilling at the Windalah prospect of the Bryah Basin project in central Western Australia. Thick zones of gold mineralisation of up to 27 metres were recorded in 3-metre composite samples in four reverse circulation (RC) drill holes completed in August. READ: Bryah Resources expands exploration focus beyond copper-gold to manganese The aim of the program was to test up to six conductors identified by recent airborne Versatile Time-Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM) and ground Moving Loop Electromagnetic (MLEM) surveys. Managing director Neil Marston said, “Today we have announced encouraging gold mineralisation has been recorded at the Windalah prospect, in the Bryah Basin. “This area was identified earlier this year in airborne and ground electromagnetic survey work as having potential for VMS systems.” READ: Bryah Resources expands exploration focus beyond copper-gold to manganese Results include: 27 metres at 0.34 g/t gold from 18 metres; 27 metres at 1.43 g/t from 132 metres, including 3 metres at 4.16 g/t from 135 metres and 3 metres at 6.29 g/t from 144 metres; 21 metres at 1.21 g/t from 66 metres, including 6 metres at 3.52 g/t from 78 metres; 12 metres at 0.71 g/t from 21 metres and 9 metres at 0.46 g/t from 42 metres; and 21 metres at 0.14 g/t from 30 metres. Marston said, “Our exploration strategy, which is centred on a systematic approach to target generation, is now proving its merit. “With this initial success, we are more confident about further deep drilling in this area as we believe the Windalah prospect has great potential for a future copper-gold discovery.” Significant pyrite-chlorite plus sericite alteration zone was observed and the gold mineralisation appears open along strike and down dip. READ: Bryah Resources expands exploration focus beyond copper-gold to manganese Follow-up activities before the next round of drilling at Windalah prospect are: Completion of laboratory analyses and reporting; Down Hole Electromagnetic (DHEM) survey of cased holes; and Geological, geochemical and geophysical interpretation and 3D modelling. Heritage surveys and Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety Program of Works approvals will be required for the next round of drilling. At the Jupiter prospect, 4 kilometres southwest of the Horseshoe Lights copper-gold mine, a drilling program encountered difficult ground conditions and was wound up after seven holes. Despite the conditions, wet sample recovery and lack of significant gold or copper being recorded, the geology intersected was highly encouraging with zones of propylitic alteration with strong chlorite, sericite and epidote observed. Follow-up diamond drilling appears warranted as part of future exploration to fully test this conductive area. Sixteen holes for 1,361 metres have been drilled to test EM conductors identified at Mars 2, Mars 3, Mars 4 and Peak Hill 1. Laboratory results for these holes are yet to be received.
Reported by Proactive Investors 58 minutes ago.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia flyhalf Bernard Foley has extended his Wallabies contract through to the end of 2019, locking himself into the World Cup in Japan and also another season of Super Rugby with the New South Wales Waratahs.
Reported by SBS 1 hour ago.
Lives and homes may be in danger from a fast-moving and out-of-control bushfire in Western Australia's north that was sparked by lightning.
Reported by Brisbane Times 1 hour ago.
Australia's Test with Tonga at the 30,000-seat Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday night has officially been sold out.
Reported by SBS 49 minutes ago.
Watch VideoThe U.S. federal government is making moves to dismantle a drug cartel it calls one of the largest and most dangerous operating out of Mexico.
On Tuesday, the Justice, Treasury and State departments announced they're teaming up to target the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, or CJNG.
The DOJ unsealed indictments against 15 people it believes are members of the cartel. They're accused of conspiring to import drugs into the U.S. and launder millions of dollars.
A State Department reward for information leading to the arrest of the group's alleged leader was also doubled to $10 million, and the Treasury Department is taking steps to cut off the group's financial supply.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says dismantling the cartel is a top priority.
"We consider this cartel, New Jalisco, to be one of the five most dangerous trans-national criminal organizations on the face of the earth," he said. "We believe that they traffic at least five tons of cocaine and five tons of methamphetamine into the United States every month. We also believe they are responsible for operating more than 100 methamphetamine labs in Mexico."
Earlier this week, Sessions announced a new federal task force to tackle transnational organized crime. CJNG is one of the groups it plans to focus on.
According to the DEA, the cartel "exerts influence" in about 75 percent of Mexican states and is expanding into the U.S., Europe, Asia and Australia.
Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN. Reported by Newsy 38 minutes ago.
Reported by FXstreet.com 54 minutes ago.
Oct 16 (OPTA) - Scoreboard at stumps on the second day of between Queensland and Tasmania on Wednesday at Brisbane, Australia Tasmania are 257 for 5 Tasmania 1st innings Jordan Silk c Jimmy Peirson b Peter George 22 Alex Doolan c Jimmy Peirson b Peter George 115 Beau Webster lbw Mark Steketee 43 Jake Doran b Peter George 7 George Bailey c Charlie Hemphrey b Luke Feldman 11 Matthew Wade Not Out
Reported by Reuters India 11 minutes ago.
SYDNEY, Oct. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- *Nuance Communications* today announced the release of its Japanese version of Power PDF 3. Nuance's award winning Power PDF software allows businesses to create, edit, sign and share PDF documents. Power PDF 3 builds on the rich features of previous iterations, delivering benefits for Japanese businesses in several areas including user experience, conversion accuracy, document compatibility, eSignature support with workflow integration, collaboration and text editing.
"The combination of new features and usability enhancements in Power PDF 3 enables me to do my job faster and more accurately, in turn helping our patients receive better care," said Brandy Cunningham, Referral Coordinator for Cancer Care Centers of Brevard. "With the new version of Power PDF, I can fully focus on ensuring the paper records accompanying incoming patients are quickly converted to searchable digital PDF files that can be easily found, accessed and used by authorised personnel."
Power PDF frees organisations from the high cost of dealing with PDF licensing while providing a secure, user-friendly experience that satisfies the individual worker. For workers, it allows them to work more efficiently completing more tasks at a higher quality. Specifically, Power PDF 3 improves organisational performance with key new capabilities and benefits, including:
· *Increased conversion accuracy:* Leveraging the latest advancements in Nuance's document conversion technology, workers immediately benefit from incredibly accurate and searchable PDFs and Microsoft Office documents with layouts stringently maintained. This enables PDF power-users to spend more time doing their jobs by avoiding rework fixing misidentified words or page formatting.
· *Document compatibility:* Power PDF 3 now supports the ISO PDF 2.0 standard, ensuring Power PDF documents are compatible with the widest range of existing PDF readers and processors which is critical for driving better business practices.
· *Enhanced productivity:* Power PDF 3 features real-time document collaboration, allowing multiple parties on the same network to edit PDF documents without inefficient back-and-forth processes such as email, while also eliminating document merge conflicts. These new features help workers work not only faster, but smarter while collaborating with one another.
· *DocuSign® secure document workflow integration:* Today's workers demand secure, convenient workflows offering the ability to easily sign and certify PDFs. Power PDF 3 features eSignature support from DocuSign®, allowing workers to quickly and conveniently sign and send documents as part of a secure workflow that can be completed directly from the PDF interface.
· *Enhanced user experience:* Power PDF 3 improves ease of use with new tabbed document viewing allowing workers to open multiple documents within a single window and display them as tabs; new ribbons that put advanced feature sets front and center when appropriate; as well as new color skins, which allows workers to personalise their user experience.
· *Simplified editing:* Power PDF 3 offers new methods for intelligently recognising blocks of text that wrap correctly when edited and assembling and organising documents, including the ability to combine open documents into a single PDF with one button. The simplified user interface reduces the need for training and allows even the novice user to get up and running quickly.
Nuance Power PDF was recently named "Outstanding PDF Creation Solution" for 2017 by analysts at Keypoint Intelligence in their annual Buyers Lab Software Pick awards. It was also recognised as a leading PDF editing and redacting solution in the most recent International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) technology survey.
"Nuance is bringing to market our most robust, functional PDF-based creating and editing solution to date," says Tracey Mustacchio, senior vice president of product & marketing, Nuance Document Imaging. "Today's release focuses on the individual worker and enabling him or her to not only be more productive by reducing rework with greater PDF document conversion, but also enabling eSignatures integrated into workflows to better transact business. Power PDF 3 adds value across the enterprise and is purpose built to serve the needs of novice and advanced PDF users."
*Pricing and Availability
*Both the Japanese version of Power PDF 3 Standard and Advanced are available through Nuance's reseller, retail and e-commerce partners in Japan. Nuance Power PDF Advanced 3 is offered for SRP 21,500 JPY (W/O tax) with volume discounts available. Power PDF Standard 3 for individuals, home offices and small workgroups is offered for SRP 15,500 JPY (W/O tax). For additional information on features, free evaluation software, pricing and volume licensing programs, please visit www.nuance.com/powerpdf
*About Nuance Communications, Inc.
*Nuance Communications, Inc. is a leading provider of voice and language solutions for businesses and consumers around the world. Its technologies, applications and services make the user experience more compelling by transforming the way people interact with devices and systems. Every day, millions of users and thousands of businesses experience Nuance's proven applications. For more information, please visit https://www.nuance.com/ja-jp/index.html
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Australia's Test with Tonga at the 30,000-seat Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday night has officially been sold out.
Reported by SBS 10 minutes ago.
Buru Energy Limited (ASX:BRU) has spudded the Ungani West 1 exploration well in an early evening start for its latest drilling campaign. The 5.45pm spudding at the Canning Basin project in Western Australia was achieved after market close yesterday and marks the company’s return to drilling exploration at the site. READ: Buru Energy oilfield production drill campaign underway The well is located on production licence L20, with Buru and its joint venture partner Roc Oil (Canning) Pty Ltd both holding 50% stakes in the well and licence. Buru reported today: “The Ungani West 1 well is being drilled by the DDGT1 rig to a total measured depth of about 2,400 metres.” The company stated drilling at the prospect was expected to take 28 days. The well is located in between the established Ungani Oilfield and the newly-producing Ungani Far West Oilfield. READ: Buru Energy gets good flow rates from Ungani Far West, begins Ungani 4 sidetrack operations, Roc Oil farm-in completed Buru executive chairman Eric Streitberg highlighted the prospectivity, describing the prospect as “well located between two producing oil fields”. Streitberg said: “We are very pleased to be drilling this exploration well as part of the 2018 drilling campaign. “We have … been proactive in ensuring we can get the well onto production quickly if it is a discovery to add to the production from the Ungani complex.” Buru reported in its drilling update: “If successful, the well will be tied back to the Ungani Production Facility using pre-ordered materials to provide for early production from the well.” Buru is providing weekly production updates with the market as it advances its drilling campaign.
Reported by Proactive Investors 7 minutes ago.
The buxom hot-air balloon was widely condemned when it first appeared five years ago. The artist who created it is hoping for a warmer reception this time.
Reported by NYTimes.com 2 hours ago.
Australia has launched stage two of a tourism campaign starring the Hemsworth brothers to encourage visitors from the US.
Reported by SBS 2 hours ago.
*Hotel opening marks conversion from The Westin Sydney*
SINGAPORE, Oct. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts has today announced that as of 18 October 2019, The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts will be responsible for the management of the hotel located at 1 Martin Place, currently The Westin Sydney. The hotel will be re-branded *The Fullerton Hotel Sydney*. 1 Martin Place forms the southern face of Martin Place, a bustling pedestrian boulevard and public gathering place located in the civic heart of Sydney's CBD.
The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts presently owns and operates two award-winning hotels in Singapore: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore (opened in 2001) and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore (opened in 2010). Both hotels anchor the historic and cultural Fullerton Heritage precinct located in Marina Bay, the heart of Singapore's city centre. The Fullerton Hotel Sydney, when open in October 2019, will mark the company's first international expansion.
Built in 1928, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore's building was previously home to the country's General Post Office (GPO) and several other important government departments. In recognition of the building's significance, and subsequent heritage conversion efforts, it was gazetted as Singapore's 71st National Monument in December 2015. This is the highest form of national recognition in Singapore and the equivalent of a listing on the National Heritage List in Australia.
The Fullerton Hotel Sydney will be located within the historic Sydney GPO Building, which was completed in 1891.
"We are delighted to have the opportunity to present The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts' award-winning style of hospitality and hotel to Australia," said Cavaliere Giovanni Viterale, General Manager of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.
"The Fullerton Hotel Sydney will become a sister hotel to The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, both of which share a similar rich history as former GPOs. We strive to deliver a luxury hotel that can further contribute to Sydney's growth as an international tourist destination and showcase the beauty and heritage of the original building to a wider audience, both nationally and globally."
*New hotel website set to launch*
While hotel operations will remain very much 'business as usual', The Fullerton Hotel Sydney's website https://www.the-fullerton-hotel-sydney.com will go live on 18 October 2018.
*Facade cleaning and remediation project earmarked for early 2019*
Another key project, scheduled to commence early in the new year, is the remediation and repair of the hotel's facade.
"As dedicated custodians of the building, and as part of our commitment to the community, this project has been designed to restore the beauty of the façade and will be carried out in line with the Heritage Management Plan and safety regulations," explained Cavaliere Giovanni.
Sean Hunt, Area Vice President, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, Marriott International said, "Marriott International has managed The Westin Sydney at 1 Martin Place for over 20 years and we would like to thank all of our colleagues at the hotel for their continued support, hard work and dedication to its success."
To learn more about The Fullerton Hotel Sydney, visit https://www.the-fullerton-hotel-sydney.com or email email@example.com.
*About **The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts*: The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts presently owns and operates two award-winning hotels in Singapore: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore (opened in 2001) and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore (opened in 2010). Both hotels anchor the historic and cultural Fullerton Heritage precinct, located in Marina Bay - the heart of Singapore's city centre. The Fullerton Hotel Sydney, when open in October 2019, marks the company's first international expansion. The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts is affiliated with Preferred Hotels & Resorts, which represents a global portfolio of independent hotels and independent hotel experiences.
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Australia will on Thursday release unemployment data for September, highlighting a busy day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.
Reported by RTTNews 2 hours ago.
SINGAPORE, SYDNEY and TORONTO, Oct. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Sourced Group (Sourced), a leading global IT consulting firm specialising in large-scale cloud transformations for enterprise clients, is pleased to announce it received the Palo Alto Networks® Asia Pacific Cloud Partner of the Year award for 2018.
Presented at the Palo Alto Networks 2019 Sales Kickoff in Toronto, Canada, the Global Partner of the Year Awards recognise a select group of partners who demonstrated their commitment to helping mutual customers meet their most challenging security needs with the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform.
Sourced specialises in organisation-wide cloud transformation and DevOps enablement for highly regulated industries, including financial services, aviation, healthcare and telecommunications. Sourced's proven deployment frameworks, managed services and trusted design patterns enable large, security-conscious enterprises to unlock innovation, increase velocity and adopt cloud at scale.
"We are delighted to be recognised with Palo Alto Networks Cloud Partner of the Year award for Asia Pacific. The award recognises our deep expertise in the cloud space and the depth of knowledge and capability that we can bring to our mutual customers," says Salma Datenis, Managing Director, Australia, Sourced Group.
"As the technology landscape changes, our NextWave Partners play a large role in guiding our customers and providing the products they need to prevent successful cyberattacks. We congratulate Sourced on their Cloud Partner of the Year award for Asia Pacific and are proud to recognise them for delivering valuable business outcomes, and guiding customers in their digital transformation," says Karl Soderlund, SVP WW Channels, Palo Alto Networks.
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Sourced is a global consulting firm that helps organisations make the most of cloud computing with a focus on security, governance and compliance. With nearly a decade of experience and offices in Australia, Canada and Singapore, Sourced provides professional services that secure, migrate and manage hyperscale cloud infrastructure for enterprise clients. We specialize in organisation-wide cloud transformation and enablement for highly regulated industries, including financial services, aviation, healthcare and telecommunications. Our proven deployment frameworks, managed services and trusted design patterns enable security-conscious organisations to unlock innovation, increase velocity and embrace a better way of dong IT.
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TORONTO, Oct. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Xanadu Mines Ltd (“*Xanadu*” or the “*Company*”) (*ASX: XAM; TSX: XAM)* is pleased to announce that its ordinary shares will commence trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange (the *TSX*) under the symbol “XAM” at the open of trade in Toronto on 18 October 2018.Xanadu’s Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Dr Andrew Stewart, said: “We are very pleased to be listed on the TSX now, as well as the ASX, as it will allow the company to develop a broader awareness of our significant porphyry copper-gold discovery in Mongolia’s south Gobi on two of the best resource exchanges globally. The listing constitutes an important milestone for Xanadu, providing a local trading platform for existing and new Canadian shareholders and investors.”
“The listing will further build the profile of the Company and understanding of its potential among North American investors. Our TSX Listing is timely given the substantial amount of activity planned, including the resource upgrade and Preliminary Economic Assessment on our Kharmagtai Project which is due Q4 2018.”
The final non-offering long form prospectus of the Company, being the principal listing document, is available on the Company's website at www.xanadumines.com as well as on the Company’s SEDAR profile accessible at www.sedar.com.
*Appendix 1* below outlines instructions on how to transfer ordinary shares between the ASX and the TSX.
For more information please contact:
Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Xanadu Mines Ltd
T: + 61 2 8280 7497
M: + 976 9999 9211
Investor Relations (Canada), Xanadu Mines Ltd
M: + 1 416 721 4732
Xanadu’s share registry is managed by:
Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited
Level 4, 60 Carrington Street
Sydney NSW 2000
P: + 61 1300 855 080
F: +1800 783 447 (within Australia)
+ 61 3 9473 2555 (outside of Australia)
Computershare Investor Services Inc.
100 University Avenue, 8th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2Y1
T: + 1 416 263 9200
F: + 1 888 453 0330
Shares can be held electronically with a registered Canadian broker, custodian or Canadian Depository for Securities (*CDS*) participant (*Canadian Broker)* in the CDS or in book-entry form and registered directly on the Company’s register, in the shareholder’s name.
Shareholders that wish to trade on the TSX must have a Canadian Broker and shareholders that wish to sell existing holdings acquired through the ASX must first transfer their holdings from Computershare’s Australian Share Register to Computershare’s Canadian Share Register.
Please note that only ordinary shares of the Company can be transferred to Canada and traded on the TSX.
*Transferring Shares from Australia to Canada*
1. Transferring shares into the Canadian Depositary for Securities (*CDS*):
An Australia to Canada Removal Form, which can be accessed on Computershare's Investor Centre – Australia website, is completed by the shareholder indicating:
· A CDS deposit reference ID. This is a reference number that is generated after the Canadian Broker keys the CDS deposit.
· The Canadian Broker’s firm name, contact name and contact phone number.
2. Transferring shares into the Direct Registration System (*DRS*), held in book-entry form directly on the share register:
An Australia to Canada Removal Form, which can be accessed on Computershare's Investor Centre – Canada website, is completed by the shareholder indicating:
· The registered name and address to appear on the Canadian register.
The DRS statement will be issued to the registered holder. Certificates can be issued if requested.
The shareholder’s issuer sponsored statement and Removal Form should be scanned or sent by mail to:
Computershare Limited Global Transactions
PO Box 103
Abbotsford Vic 3067
*Transferring securities from Canada to Australia*
1. Shares held in the Canadian Depository for Securities (CDS):
The Canadian Broker details the following information within Computershare's xSettle site (a Canadian Broker internet site, with which Canadian Brokers are familiar):
· CDS Withdrawal Reference ID – the CDS Withdrawal Reference ID that is generated after the CDS Withdrawal has been keyed. The CDS Withdrawal should be keyed with the following information:
· Window location “OTH” should be selected. · In the memo field state “CAN to AU movement – no certificates required”.
· Registered Name and Address to appear on the Australian register.
· If the shares are to be held by an Australian Custodian/Broker in CHESS, the Australian Custodians/Brokers CHESS PID and the CHESS HIN must be supplied.
2. Shares held in DRS or represented by a physical share certificate:
A Canada to Australia Removal Form is completed by the shareholder and sent, together with the original share certificate (where applicable), to Computershare Canada using the following address:
Attention: Transfer Team
Computershare Investor Services Inc.
100 University Avenue, 8th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2Y1
It is recommended that shareholders submit their forms utilising registered mail or courier service.
Certain statements in this news release constitute "forward‐looking statements” and represent the Company’s intentions, projections, expectations or beliefs concerning, among other things, the listing of ordinary shares of the Company on the TSX and the benefits thereof, the time and date that the ordinary shares of the Company will begin trading on the TSX, the ability of shareholders to trade their ordinary shares on the TSX and the finalisation of the resource upgrade and the Preliminary Economic Study on the Company's Kharmagtai Project. All statements other than statements of historical fact may be forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are often, but not always, identified by the use of words such as “seek”, “anticipate”, “plan”, “continue”, “objectives”, “strategies”, “estimate”, “expect”, “may”, “will”, “project”, “predict”, “potential”, “targeting”, “intend”, “could”, “might”, “should”, “believe” and similar expressions. Any forward-looking statements in this news release are provided as of the date of this news release. These statements necessarily involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipate in such forward-looking statements. The Company believes the expectations reflection in its forward-looking statements are reasonable but no assurance can be given that these expectations will prove to be correct and such forward-looking statements included in this news release should not be unduly relied upon. Reported by GlobeNewswire 2 hours ago.