Articles On Sabre Resources (ASX:SBR)

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Closing Bell: ASX microcaps get mauled (but junior explorers stay hot)

When markets get the jitters, smaller companies are often in the firing line and ASX microcaps have copped the brunt of the impact from last week’s global stock selloff. The composite microcap Emerging Companies index slumped by more than 3...

Stockhead SBR 2 days ago
Closing Bell: Bullish mining and energy stocks pull the ASX above water, just

Bearish sentiment is still gripping the local markets, but the ASX managed to pull into itself into positive territory in the last 30 minutes of trading. The benchmark would have slumped more today had it been not for the Mining sector, whi...

Stockhead SBR 6 days ago
Closing Bell: ASX edges lower as junior mining explorers surge ahead

The ASX 200 posted a small 0.11 fall on Tuesday, outperformed by the small end of town as the microcap Emerging Companies index rose by 0.66%. There were no clear catalysts as Asian markets struggled for direction after Wall Street was clos...

Stockhead SBR 1 week ago
Gold Digger: Solar, electric vehicle demand could push silver market into long term deficit

Global silver demand hit ~1.02 billion ounces in 2021, the first time it has breached 1 billion since 2015, according to the Silver Institute. Of that, industrial demand hit a new high of 524 million ounces. And of that, photovoltaic (solar...

Stockhead SBR 1 week ago
Closing Bell: ASX bounces back as US markets prepare for the inflation genie

ASX investors got back in the risk saddle on Wednesday, with steady gains across the large cap indexes and a 1.7% jump for the microcap Emerging Companies index. The catalyst appeared to be comments from US Fed Chair Jerome Powell overnight...

Stockhead SBR 2 weeks ago
Closing Bell: ASX treads water while an IPO dips on debut

Local stocks made a cautious start to the week, following a fairly volatile trading period last week as jitters stemming from rising bond yields dimmed risk sentiment on global markets. The ASX 200 opened in the red before clawing back some...

Stockhead SBR 2 weeks ago
Closing Bell: ASX suffers biggest one day fall in 16 months, tech sector completely smoked

Ouch. The ASX has closed the third trading day of the year with a melt down of 2.74%. The Australian sharemarket has suffered its biggest one-day fall in 16 months, since 4 September 2020. The selling has been widespread with every sector...

Stockhead SBR 2 weeks ago
Top 10 at 10: Who just copped a backhand?

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.30am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead SBR 2 weeks ago
Closing Bell: Energy and Mining sectors lead the pack on first trading day for 2022

The benchmark ASX 200 was up by 2% on the first day of trading in 2022. The ASX Emerging Companies Index (XEC) also rose in step, up by 1.6%. All eleven ASX sectors finished higher, with the energy and mining sectors leading the pack. In en...

Stockhead SBR 3 weeks ago
Gold Digger: JP Morgan reckons gold’s gonna take a dive to $1,520/oz by Q4

Gold is holding steady above US$1,800/oz – currently trading at US$1816.60. Some players are confident the gold market will trend net positive next year as the market digests the reality of the past 24 months. But commodity analysts at J.P....

Stockhead SBR 3 weeks ago
Closing Bell: Pre-Christmas Santa rally picks up where it left off

The ASX resumed trading after the Christmas break with a healthy gain of over 1%, taking it to levels not seen since early September. The ASX 200 closed at 7,510 points, up 1.21% from last Friday, a level last seen on September 8. All secto...

Stockhead SBR 4 weeks ago
Gold Digger: Gold bulls are out in force, but expect turbulence

With gold spending most of the past week hovering around the US$1,800/oz (A$2,485/oz) mark, speculation has turned away from whether the precious metal can hold its gains to asking if it can test hit the US$1,850/oz mark. Gold is currently...

Stockhead SBR 1 month ago
Closing Bell: ASX edges higher while there were 3 resources IPOs — and they all fell

The Santa rally continued today with the ASX closing higher than yesterday by 0.13%, despite trading lower for much of the day. Tech had a solid day gaining 2.6% ,while health and telcos gained 0.78%. Materials and property were the worst s...

Stockhead SBR 1 month ago
10 at 10: It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas for shareholders of these ASX stocks this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead SBR 1 month ago
10 at 10: These ASX stocks are in the festive spirit this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead SBR 1 month ago
Sabre Resources (ASX:SBR) signs agreement with Metals Australia (ASX:MLS)

Sabre Resources (SBR) signs a binding agreement with Metals Australia (MLS) to earn 80 per cent interest in the Nepean South project near Coolgardie Under the agreement, Sabre will pay $40,000 in cash to Metals and will then earn the 80 pe...

themarketherald.com.au SBR 1 month ago
Jindalee Resources in binding farm-in JV deal with Sabre Resources for Sherlock Pool exploration licence in WA

Under the deal, Sabre will earn an 80% interest in the Sherlock Pool E47/4345, covering immediate strike extensions to the northeast and southwest of Sabre's Sherlock Bay nickel sulphide deposit.

Proactive Investors SBR 1 month ago
Market Highlights and 5 ASX Small Caps to watch on Monday

Wall Street rises despite high CPI print US stocks were higher on Friday, despite inflation rising to its highest level in 39 years. The headline US CPI rose by 6.8% in November compared to the same time last year. It was also the highest a...

Stockhead SBR 1 month ago
Gold Digger: Early 2022 gold rally could turn sour mid-year

It’s been fairly choppy for precious metals this year, with economic recovery, rising nominal yields and the potential for rate hikes dampening investors’ appetite for gold. But on the flip side, new virus variants, fears of stagflation and...

Stockhead SBR 1 month ago
Closing Bell: ASX edges lower ahead of all-important US inflation data

For the first time in over a month, the ASX finished a week higher than where it began — even with the bourse declining on an intraday basis. The ASX 200 closed at 7,353 points which was 0.42% lower than yesterday, but up 1.6% from last Fri...

Stockhead SBR 1 month ago
Closing Bell: ASX rallies 1.25pc as omicron fears continue to subside

The ASX had another day of solid gains, hitting a three week high with tech and resources leading the charge. The ASX 200 rose 1.25%, closing at 7,405 and while all sectors were in the green, resources and tech both were the best – gaining...

Stockhead SBR 1 month ago
Gold Digger: An inflationary bomb is about to go off. It’s time to prepare for the next gold bull market

US Fed chair Jerome Powell finally admitted that inflationary pressures weren’t going to be as sh­­ort-lived as perhaps expected. Earlier this week Powell surprised markets by suggesting it would be appropriate to drop the phrase “inflation...

Stockhead SBR 1 month ago
Gold Digger: Gold’s renaissance was short-lived. Have prices bottomed out?

Following a 7.6% surge from late September, the price of gold briefly hit five-month highs of ~$US1,872/oz on fears that current high inflation levels are more than ‘transitional’. Gold is an ‘inflation hedge’; an investment that ostensibly...

Stockhead SBR 2 months ago
Gold Digger: These cheap gold stocks might not last long

Following a 7.6% surge from late September, the price of gold is now sitting ~$US1,860/oz for the first time since June. The Aussie price is looking even better, which is great news for our local producers: USD (dark) and AUD (light) gold p...

Stockhead SBR 2 months ago
10 at 10: These ASX stocks have made a triumphant return to the top this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead SBR 2 months ago
Gold Digger: Prices lift off on growing inflation

Growing concerns about inflation could send gold prices soaring back above the US$2,000 ($2,746) an ounce mark it last reached back in 2020. Prices of the precious metal have already been rising steadily over the past fortnight, up some 3.7...

Stockhead SBR 2 months ago
10 at 10: These ASX stocks are raising the bar even higher this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead SBR 2 months ago
Closing Bell: ASX trades flat as another explorer surges on debut

After climbing into midday trade, the ASX 200 lost ground in the afternoon to finish 0.14% lower. There were sharper falls in the ASX microcap Emerging Companies index, which fell by 1.63% — its worst session since September 20. At the big...

Stockhead SBR 2 months ago
High Voltage: Lithium to keep flying in 2022, extra supply MAY dampen nickel and cobalt prices

Lithium boom to continue in 2022: S&P Global Elon Musk under pressure to sell ~$US21bn worth of Tesla stock Our High Voltage column wraps all the news driving ASX stocks with exposure to lithium, cobalt, graphite, nickel, rare earths,...

Stockhead SBR 2 months ago
Gold Digger: A global carbon tax could hit gold stocks right where it hurts

A global carbon taxation regime could slash gold miner profit margins by up to 45% unless an effort is made to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Metals Focus says. Some countries, such as Canada and Sweden, already impose carbon taxes and th...

Stockhead SBR 2 months ago
Gold Digger: Ounce-hungry gold miners investing big $$ in M&A, new developments

The gold price may be in a holding pattern at ~$US1,800/oz, but Aussie gold miners continue to throw piles of cash at acquisitions and new developments. Westgold (ASX:WGX) looks increasingly likely  to hoover up struggling producer Gascoyne...

Stockhead SBR 2 months ago
High Voltage: Tesla ditches nickel and cobalt, spotlight on Pilbara Minerals’ third spodumene auction

China’s ongoing energy shortage starts to affect domestic battery materials production Tesla ditches nickel, cobalt as prices soar Pilbara Minerals’ (ASX:PLS) third spodumene auction unofficially scheduled for October 26 Weekly small cap s...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Gold Digger: Two charts that show how undervalued gold stocks really are

Gold stocks are cheap, experts keep saying. Well-known analyst Jesse Felder has now demonstrated the “pathetic performance” of the US gold majors in handy chart form. The US listed BANG stocks (Felder’s play on FANG) include gold giants Bar...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Closing Bell: ASX opens flat, closes flat as a rare earths moonshot steals the show

The ASX started flat and closed flat as local markets struggled for direction in Thursday trade. By flat we mean almost literally, as the ASX 200 closed 0.02% higher on the day. Modest gains in financials and tech stocks were offset by the...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
10 at 10: These ASX stocks have made a crowning achievement this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Closing Bell: ASX shrugs it off with another day of gains as investors clamour for more IPOs

As the world emerges from the pandemic, markets are now contending with an energy crisis, a global shipping glut and the prospect of central banks starting to raise interest rates. But so far this week, investors are shrugging it all off as...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
High Voltage: Price rallies all round for the three amigos nickel, cobalt and lithium

Our High Voltage column wraps all the news driving ASX stocks with exposure to lithium, cobalt, graphite, nickel, rare earths, and vanadium.   Lithium carbonate prices are going gangbusters off the back of limited supply and stable lithium-...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Gold Digger: This large Russian gold mine will have its own nuclear power plant

The +9Moz, ~350,000ozpa ‘Kyuchus’ field will be one of Russia’s biggest gold mining projects. Kyuchus was first discovered in 1963, but its isolation in the harsh Arctic climate of the Yakutia region has, so far, stymied numerous developmen...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
10 at 10: These ASX stocks are looking admirable this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Gold Digger: Gold M&A is heating up. Which junior is the next takeover target?

Investors want to see gold miners wisely grow their production profile. Not like miners did during the last cycle, when some irrational, highly priced M&A action destroyed significant wealth. The big gold miners have a “lousy recent his...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
High Voltage: Lithium, nickel outlook strong as Tesla smashes production forecasts

Our High Voltage column wraps all the news driving ASX stocks with exposure to lithium, cobalt, graphite, nickel, rare earths, and vanadium.   While the outlook for commodities like iron ore has deteriorated – and is expected to deteriorate...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Who Made The Gains? Here are September’s top 50 miners and explorers

Those stocks exposed to the mushrooming clean energy thematic likely did very well in September 2021, but there were two massive standouts: lithium and uranium. It was a wild month for Chinese lithium carbonate prices, which surged to anoth...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Gold Digger: Gold is back on the menu amidst market chaos

There is a lot of uncertainty in the market due to tensions in China, rising interest rates and continuing economic recovery of the global COVID-19 pandemic, with investors fleeing for safe havens to park their cash in. Safe havens like gol...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Closing Bell: ASX stacks it with a 2pc fall but tourism sector gets a boost

After gaining 1.88% yesterday, the ASX gave back just about all of those gains as October got off to a rough start today. The ASX closed at 7,186 points, down 2% from yesterday and 5.8% from mid August. All sectors finished in the red, with...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Closing Bell: ASX has its best day of the year, but not enough to avoid 3pc dip in September

The ASX finished September on a solid note but not enough to avoid the worst month since March 2020. The ASX 200 closed at 7,332 points which was 1.88% higher than yesterday but nearly 3% lower than it started the month at. However it is up...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Closing Bell: Afterpay-backed Touch Ventures makes a strong debut while the ASX floats in a sea of red

Local stocks closed in the red on Wednesday (as expected), after US stocks posted their biggest fall since June overnight. The ASX 200 threatened to tank early but gained back some ground in afternoon trade to finish 1.08% lower. By sector,...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
10 at 10: These ASX stocks look the most splendid this morning

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data. It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest mov...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Closing Bell: ASX retreats despite energy gaining 4.3pc, battery stock Li-S Energy rockets on debut

The ASX failed to replicate yesterday’s positive start to the week, falling over 1% today. The ASX 200 closed 1.47% down at 7,726 points while the ASX Emerging Companies Index fell 0.73% closing at 2,537 points. The worst sectors were healt...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
High Voltage: One of the year’s most anticipated battery IPOs is listing today

Our High Voltage column wraps all the news driving ASX stocks with exposure to lithium, cobalt, graphite, nickel and vanadium.   Due to hit the bourse Tuesday is PPK Group (ASX:PPK) spin out Li-S Energy (ASX:LIS) which may have developed a...

Stockhead SBR 3 months ago
Gold Digger: Are ASX large cap gold stocks a screaming buy?

The valuations of major gold miners remain weak despite falling debt and record dividends, according to the latest Metals Focus Gold Peer Group Analysis. Australia’s largest gold miners Newcrest (ASX:NCM), Northern Star (ASX:NST), and Evolu...

Stockhead SBR 4 months ago