Gold patch sees more M&A

THE gold sector rose about 0.4% as more M&A news did the rounds, this time involving St Barbara wanting to buy a thus-far uninterested Kin. While the latter gained 19% on the news, the most impressive gain of the day came from Red 5 as it surged 18% on strong volume on news of a new development going well.

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Gwalia, WA


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