Gold prices retreated from a six-year high overnight after comments from US Federal Reserve officials trimmed expectations that the central bank will lower interest rates by half a percentage point next month.
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Two Aboriginal businesses have been awarded $179 million of contracts by Fortescue Metals Group, with chief executive Elizabeth Gaines saying the miner was focused on practical initiatives to end disparity.
A local junior whose gold and base metals exploration projects in Burkina Faso had to be put on hold amid escalating jihadist violence in the West African country is pivoting to become a rare earth oxide developer.
Global serviced office and flexible workspace provider WeWork will establish a second Perth facility in Northbridge, taking up an entire floor of Warrington Property’s recently refurbished William Square.
Gold prices rose more than one per cent overnight to a near six-year peak as the US dollar fell, with safe-haven bullion also boosted by US President Donald Trump's announcement to impose fresh sanctions on Iran.