Australia’s Paydirt magazine is a highly regarded mining magazine which circulates internationally and features diverse coverage of the metals and minerals industry.
For 25 years, the monthly publication has delivered news, opinion and features focusing on the latest developments in the resources sector worldwide.
Paydirt’s journalists travel far and wide to bring its readership in depth coverage of companies and emerging projects within Australia and around the world.
The magazine plays an important role in the sector and thrives on providing key insights on the mining industry to a loyal and receptive audience, including senior mining executives, financial institutions and investors.
Volume 1, Issue 290
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The world’s ninth largest gold producer is set to be anointed, with shareholders of Northern Star and Saracen approving the mega-merger of the two Australian gold heavyweights. Michael Washbourne reports
As Australia’s economy was starting to bounce back from the GFC, resources IPOs on the ASX flourished in 2010. Ten years later and against a similar backdrop of serious world volatility, Australian-domiciled resources floats have again rebounded strongly. “Interest rates are zero to negative so to get the return on investment, investors need to take risk. Returns on property traditionally takes longer, so you look at something more liquid, i.e., equities,” Morgans institutional sales Paul Carter explained. Carter was just one industry expert Paydirt spoke with about the strength of the IPO scene and whether the rising tide of new floats will continue.
A total of 24 resources IPOs hit the ASX in 2020, with gold the clear commodity of choice. Paydirt provides a snapshot of the new generation of companies looking to impress on the ASX.
Lycopodium and Capital are two of the standout mining service providers in the sector. Despite the difficult circumstances faced by all in 2020, Lycopodium and Capital adapted quickly to the circumstances and managed to not only survive but embark on their respective growth ambitions in trying times
There is a buzz around the West African gold scene, however, Africa’s mineral potential is much more vast and varied. This month, Paydirt takes a look at companies making their way in the rare earths, mineral sands and base metal sectors.
For over 25 years, the Australia’s Paydirt monthly publication has delivered news, opinion and features focusing on the latest developments in the resources sector worldwide.
Subscribe now to gain access to our full back catalogue.