Following an 0.8% rise in the spot gold price overnight, a number of ASX-listed gold producers and explorers have surged higher in trading today. The spot gold price rose 0.8% to US$1,255 an ounce as the US dollar continues to sink. The rise made it the biggest weekly gain in two months according to one news report. Here’s a look at some of the ASX-listed gold miners. Company Share Price Market Cap ($m) Price change Troy Resources Ltd (ASX: TRY) $0.12 $54.8 14.3% Alkane Resources Limited (ASX: ALK) $0.35 $176.8 4.5% Millennium Minerals Ltd. (ASX: MOY) $0.19 $144.5 2.8% Regis…
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Following an 0.8% rise in the spot gold price overnight, a number of ASX-listed gold producers and explorers have surged higher in trading today.
The spot gold price rose 0.8% to US$1,255 an ounce as the US dollar continues to sink. The rise made it the biggest weekly gain in two months according to one news report.
Here’s a look at some of the ASX-listed gold miners.
|Company||Share Price||Market Cap ($m)||Price change|
|Troy Resources Ltd (ASX: TRY)||$0.12||$54.8||14.3%|
|Alkane Resources Limited (ASX: ALK)||$0.35||$176.8||4.5%|
|Millennium Minerals Ltd. (ASX: MOY)||$0.19||$144.5||2.8%|
|Regis Resources Limited (ASX: RRL)||$3.82||$1,913.9||2.7%|
|Northern Star Resources Ltd (ASX: NST)||$4.36||$2,618.4||1.9%|
|Ramelius Resources Limited (ASX: RMS)||$0.42||$219.6||1.7%|
|St Barbara Ltd (ASX: SBM)||$2.54||$1,260.7||1.0%|
|Saracen Mineral Holdings Limited (ASX: SAR)||$1.28||$1,037.5||1.2%|
|Resolute Mining Limited (ASX: RSG)||$1.08||$793.7||1.1%|
|Newcrest Mining Limited (ASX: NCM)||$19.78||$15,173.4||1.0%|
Source: S&P Global Markets Intelligence, Google Finance
However, some analysts expect the gleaming metal to range trade at around this price, with the US Federal Reserve expected to raise interest rates.
If the US Central Bank does raise rates, investors are likely to switch from gold to bonds because they will be returning higher yields. The bank meets later this week and could raise interest rates then.
Some investors view gold and gold stocks as insurance against a market crash, or interest rates falling. However, investors should realise that they are also taking on other risks if they buy shares in gold stocks rather than the commodity directly.
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