Articles On Chalmers (ASX:CHR)

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RBA chief economist Sarah Hunter backs in Treasury view that electricity rebates will help lower inflation

Sarah Hunter has backed in Treasurer Jim Chalmers’ view that electricity rebates and other Budget measures will help to bring down inflation, amid debate about their efficacy to do so.

The West CHR 17 hours ago
QMines launches growth strategy for Mt Chalmers and Develin Creek copper-gold projects

Junior explorer QMines (ASX: QML) has announced a growth and exploration strategy for the historic Mt Chalmers and Develin Creek copper-gold projects in Queensland. Following completion this month of the Mt Chalmers pre-feasibility study (P...

SmallCaps CHR 2 days ago
Jim Chalmers thanks senior WA business bosses for ‘frank’ discussion on State, national economy in Perth

Some of WA’s most influential business leaders have provided Jim Chalmers with a ‘frank’ discussion around the State and National economy, on the Treasurer’s first trip to Perth since the Federal Budget. 

The West CHR 1 week ago
Explorers Podcast: The copper-gold party’s just getting started for QMines’ exciting outlook

Stockhead’s ‘Garimpeiro’ columnist Barry FitzGerald is back in the studio for another instalment of The Explorers Podcast. In this episode Barry chats to Andrew Sparkes, executive chairman at QMines (ASX:QML). The hopeful producer recently...

Stockhead CHR 1 week ago
Peter Dutton and Jim Chalmers spruik plans to boost WA resources sector

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton and Treasurer Jim Chalmers are putting WA at the centre of the political world a week on from the Federal Budget.

The West CHR 1 week ago
Closing Bell: Webjet to split, BHP’s deadline dilemma, and Charger Metals up 70pc on lithium find

Tesltra slumps, iron ore miners gain BHP faces a deadline today to decide on its bid for Anglo America Webjet reveals plans to split its travel divisions, boosting its share price today   The ASX 200 closed flattish on Wednesday, as big l...

Stockhead CHR 1 week ago
Lithium, niobium sampling results Charger up share price 

Shares in battery metals explorer Charger Metals (ASX:CHR) almost doubled this morning (22 May 2024) with news it has identified further surface lithium anomalies and a “large” niobium anomaly at its Lake Johnston Project in Western Austral... CHR 1 week ago
Australian-listed companies chase the rainbow of the renewable energy market

With treasurer Jim Chalmers announcing $13.7 billion in tax credits for the development of critical minerals projects in Australia, it’s clear the tilt towards clean energy projects is here to stay. Moreover, while politicians in Austral... CHR 1 week ago
Resources Top 5: Charger lives up to name, bursting 60pc on lithium and niobium finds

Charger Metals makes good progress at Lake Johnston lithium JV. On niobium, too  Copper-cobalt hunter Aeon looks set to get exploration activities going again at Walford Creek Lithium hunting junior Fin has drilled holes successfully at it...

Stockhead CHR 1 week ago
Charger Metals identifies lithium and niobium anomalies at Lake Johnston project

An infill soil sampling program by Charger Metals (ASX: CHR) has further delineated surface lithium anomalies at the Mt Gordon prospect within the Lake Johnston project in Western Australia. The discovery includes new discrete anomalies def...

SmallCaps CHR 1 week ago
Stocks of the Hour: Charger Metals, Fin Resources, Aeon Metals

22 May 2024 - A snapshot of the stocks on the move, featuring Charger Metals (ASX:CHR), Fin Resources (ASX:FIN) and Aeon Metals (ASX:AML).

FNN CHR 1 week ago
Top 10 at 10: Niobium, lithium and a booming travel stock

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at ~10.40am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX stocks in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest movers...

Stockhead CHR 1 week ago
Buy one, sell the other: Goldman's verdict on these 2 ASX lithium shares

ASX lithium share prices remain volatile this year despite lithium commodity prices stabilising somewhat amid the ongoing surplus supply of lithium for electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturers. The lithium carbonate price began the ye...

Motley Fool CHR 1 week ago
House prices not getting cheaper anytime soon 

For almost a decade, I have described Australian residential property owners as a “protected species”; Whether we look at the banks, the banking system in its entirety, regulators, including the Australia Prudential Regulation Authority (AP...

Montgomery CHR 1 week ago
Eliza Owen: What the Federal Budget fluffed on Aussie property

For a Federal Budget which promised to make housing one of its set pieces, Treasurer Jim Chalmers made three big ‘misses’ when it came to the Australian property sector on Tuesday last. CoreLogic’s Eliza Owen considers what could have been…...

Stockhead CHR 1 week ago
Why Core Lithium, Duratec, Galan Lithium, and Michael Hill shares are sinking today

The S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) is having a good start to the week. In afternoon trade, the benchmark index is up 0.75% to 7,872.8 points. Four ASX shares that have failed to follow the market higher today are listed below. Here's wh...

Motley Fool CHR 1 week ago
Why did the Core Lithium share price just crash 6%?

The Core Lithium Ltd (ASX: CXO) share price is having another day to forget on Monday. Shares in the All Ordinaries Index (ASX: XAO) lithium stock closed on Friday trading for 16.5 cents apiece. In late morning trade today, shares are sw...

Motley Fool CHR 1 week ago
Nick Bruining: Chalmers’ extended deeming rate freeze a huge win for income-tested Centrelink pensioners

Income-tested Centrelink customers with money to invest have dodged a very nasty bullet and will benefit significantly from the 12-month extension to the deeming rate freeze. Here’s why …

The West CHR 1 week ago
Nick Bruining: The big Centrelink winners (and losers) in Chalmers’ can-kicking Budget

Jim Chalmers has conveniently drop-kicked a cut in almost 880,000 pensions and allowances past the next election, but a big proportion of Centrelink customers will get a little extra from the Federal Budget.

The West CHR 1 week ago
Jim Chalmers says Peter Dutton’s plans to slash migration intake would cost the economy billions

The Treasurer said the Opposition Leader Peter Dutton’s plan to slash migration would cause major damage to the Australian economy.

The West CHR 1 week ago
Why is the CBA share price setting a new all-time high today?

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) share price is the only Big Four bank solidifying a fresh all-time high today of $122.55, up 2.1%. That's despite other banking majors outpacing the return on CommBank shares. While many ana...

Motley Fool CHR 2 weeks ago
How Fortescue shares could gain from the Federal budget

Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (ASX: FMG) shares closed up 0.5% yesterday, trading for $25.94 apiece. That was roughly in line with the 0.4% gains posted by the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO). This came amid an overall positive reaction from...

Motley Fool CHR 2 weeks ago
Could Liontown shares roar 30% higher?

Liontown Resources Ltd (ASX: LTR) shares have been having a rough time of late. So much so, on a 12-month basis, the lithium developer's shares have halved in value. While this is disappointing for shareholders, could it be a buying opportu...

Motley Fool CHR 2 weeks ago
Northern Territory gas could be the hit that eastern Australia needs

Northern Territory could offer the solution to eastern Australia’s gas woes Basins such as the Beetaloo, Amadeus and Bonaparte are seeing significant activity Bonaparte has proven gas fields both offshore and onshore Much has been made ab...

Stockhead CHR 2 weeks ago
‘Right now’: Treasurer Jim Chalmers defends Labor’s major power bill promise

In an attempt to neutralise criticism over a key Labor policy, the Treasurer said households needed immediate support.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
Treasurer Jim Chalmers digs in on claim budget will complement RBA’s inflation fighting efforts

Despite a chorus of economists sharing concerns with the budget, the Treasurer is adamant his plan won’t make the cost of living crisis worse.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
Monsters of Rock: And today on BHP watch …

  Anglo American’s decision to demerge some of the same businesses BHP has already proposed to cull could play into the big miner’s hands in $65bn takeover tussle South32 says push for green metals is already starting in Europe in shift to...

Stockhead CHR 2 weeks ago
Closing Bell: Budget lifts explorers, market newbie Sun Silver up 125pc on debut

ASX gained on the aftermath of Budget Silver stocks on a roll, along with other miners Market newbie Sun Silver hits the ground sprinting on debut   The ASX rose +0.5% on Wednesday on the aftermath of the Fed Budget. The local market also...

Stockhead CHR 2 weeks ago
Fortescue (ASX:FMG) share price rises on credits for green hydrogen in Budget

The Fortescue Ltd (ASX: FMG) share price is up more than 1% as the Australian Federal Government announced billions of dollars of credits for green hydrogen. The Federal Budget was revealed last night, and there are some benefits for busine...

Rask Media CHR 2 weeks ago
What the federal budget means for interest rates and ASX shares

ASX shares are broadly enjoying a strong run on Wednesday on the heels of the Federal government's budget announcement. In early afternoon trade today, the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) is up 0.5%. Not surprisingly, given the multi-bill...

Motley Fool CHR 2 weeks ago
Federal Budget 2024: Economists push back on Chalmers’ ‘inflation-busting’ cost-of-living measures

Economists say the Treasurer’s cost-of-living measures make it more likely the RBA will need to keep rates on hold and too much new spending was included, blowing out the future budget deficit

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
Chalmers is bitten by the giveaway bug in a budget that contains good news for almost everyone

Treasurer Jim Chalmers has been bitten by the giveaway bug. This budget contains not only the well-foreshadowed tax cuts for all taxpayers, but a range of new spending measures in health, education, infrastructure, aged care and more. There... CHR 2 weeks ago
Market Highlights: Diggers in focus after Budget boost; Anglo fends off BHP by selling assets

ASX to open higher after a rally on Wall Street Market brushes aside strong US PPI Winners in last night’s Budget include quantum computing   Aussie shares are poised to open higher on Wednesday as local traders parse through details...

Stockhead CHR 2 weeks ago
Treasurer Jim Chalmers delivers back-to-back surplus budget amidst cost of living concerns

Treasurer Jim Chalmers presented his third consecutive budget on Tuesday night, marking a significant milestone with a back-to-back surplus of $9.3 billion – a feat not seen in almost two decades. Amidst promises of nationwide cost of livin...

ShareCafe CHR 2 weeks ago
Anthony Albanese, Jim Chalmers grilled over $300 rebate for all households

The government has come under fire for its cost-of-living measures that critics say helps billionaires more than people doing it tough.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
Laura Chalmers wears designer Carla Zampatti dress to budget night

Treasurer Jim Chalmers’ wife turned heads in a yellow dress designed by an Aussie fashion designer.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
Karl Stefanovic grills Anthony Albanese over $300 power bill rebate for all households

Karl Stefanovic has grilled Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers over a controversial $300 rebate for all households.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
Budget 2024: Economist warns policy ‘misalignment’ could jeopardise plans

A “stark misalignment” between fiscal policy and monetary policy could jeopardise Australian government plans despite its assertion tonight’s (14 May 2024) budget would ease cost-of-living pressures and further reduce inflation into 2025.... CHR 2 weeks ago
Treasurer Jim Chalmers says budget won’t spark inflation

The Treasurer says he is not “spraying cash around” but guiding spending in a way to reduce inflation and keep Aussies free from another interest rate rise.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
Budget: Investing in skills pipeline as priority industries struggle to recruit

Treasurer Jim Chalmers touts the May 2024 Budget as one “for here and now and for the decades to come” with the federal government’s main priorities to help with the cost of living, building more homes, and developing a skilled workforce.... CHR 2 weeks ago
Budget: Labour market ‘resilient’ despite mining’s struggle to recruit workers

Global growth is projected to remain subdued over the next few years and is poised to record the longest stretch of below-average growth since the early 1990s. On Tuesday (14 May 2024) federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers handed down Australia... CHR 2 weeks ago
May Budget 2024: Strengthening and streamlining approvals

On Tuesday (14 May 2024) Treasurer Jim Chalmers handed down the Australian government’s budget for the 2024-25 financial year, which he says seeks to streamline approvals processes and at the same time encourage foreign investment. Chalm... CHR 2 weeks ago
Federal Budget 2024: Measures kill off chances of RBA rate cut this year, S&P says

There will be no interest rate cuts this year, one of the world’s leading credit agencies says, due to immense spending pressures in Treasurer Jim Chalmers’ Federal Budget.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
May Budget 2024: Backing the economy’s backbone – mining

The Australian government is investing $8.8 billion over the decade to add more value to the country’s resources and strengthen critical minerals supply chains. On Tuesday (14 May 2024) Treasurer Jim Chalmers handed down his third budget... CHR 2 weeks ago
Chalmers unleashes billions more in spending even as budget shows improved inflation outlook

Amid concerns that the Albanese government’s third budget will be inflationary, Treasurer Jim Chalmers will pour billions more into the economy.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
Treasurer Jim Chalmers’ big Oprah moment as 2024 federal budget is delivered

Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers has handed down his third budget, sneaking in a warning for the years to come among a widespread cash splash.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
May Budget 2024: Surplus ‘not end in itself’ amid inflation focus

On Tuesday (14 May 2024) Treasurer Jim Chalmers handed down the Australian federal budget – his third – for the 2024-25 financial year. Chalmers says his second surplus – this time more than $9 billion – is “not and end in itself” and is... CHR 2 weeks ago
Steaming toward $1 trillion in gross debt in 2025/26

Australia was expected to hit $1 trillion in gross debt this year under the previous government, but Jim Chalmers says the liability will be $152 billion lower.

The West CHR 2 weeks ago
Closing Bell: Copper stocks are rolling, but not the ASX ahead of Federal Budget and US inflation

ASX retreats on Tuesday ahead of Fed Budget and US PPI/CPI Copper stocks up after the metal hit highest level since 2022 GUD jumps 11pc after strong FY24 update   The ASX dipped by -0.4% on Tuesday ahead of the Federal Budget and a key PP...

Stockhead CHR 2 weeks ago
Why is the ASX 200 eerily quiet today?

It feels like a standoff from an old Western movie across today's Australian share market. All that's missing now is a tumbleweed. I suppose the 'tumbling' of the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) qualifies, rolling 0.4% lower during Tuesday...

Motley Fool CHR 2 weeks ago