An ASX-listed exploration company with key interests in Gold and Base metals, Anglo Australian Resources NL (ASX: AAR) is a renowned player in Western Australia and is based in Perth.
AAR Projects (Source: AAR’s Website)
In today’s article, we would elucidate about the company’s wholly-owned projects, which consist of:
- Feysville Gold
- Mandilla Gold
- Carnilya Hill Gold
- Koongie Park Gold
- Koongie Park Base Metals
Feysville Gold Project:
Situated at the country’s premier gold belt, the Feysville Project lies 14 km south of the Golden Mile deposit at Kalgoorlie. The belt stretches for approximately 100 km along an NNW strike. It takes in key gold deposits at New Celebration, which is approximately 10 km south of Feysville, and St Ives field, 30 km to 60 km to the south.
- Think Big
- Rogan Josh
- Saintly South
Mandilla Gold Project:
Recently, excellent results have been received to date from RC drilling at Mandilla East, aimed at confirming the presence of a broad, potentially bulk-mineable mineralised domain associated with an extensional quartz vein array in syenite.
To know more about this result, READ HERE.
Carnilya Hill Gold Project:
Koongie Park Gold Project:
Koongie Park Base Metals Project:
On 11th October 2019, AEST: 2:33 PM, the AAR stock was trading at $0.100, with a market cap of $39.19 million and approximately 370 million shares outstanding. The past three and six-months returns have been 75.00% and 22.09%, respectively and the stock has generated a YTD return of 19.32%.
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