Two Stocks that were on trading halt today

  • Sep 04, 2018 AEST
  • Team Kalkine
Two Stocks that were on trading halt today
Orocobre Limited (ASX: ORE) The stock of Lithium chemicals producer Orocobre Limited paused trading on stock exchange as the company requested ASX to place their securities in trading halt, pending the release of an announcement. Having Lithium/Potash production and exploration operations in Argentina, the ASX listed Orocobre requested Australian Securities Exchange for trading halt from 4 September 2018 pending an announcement in relation to expected change in Argentina’s export taxes by the government. ORE’s securities will remain in trading halt until the earlier of 6 September 2018 or the release of the announcement concerning change in export taxes.  The last traded share price of Orocobre’s stock is $4.160. The stock has observed performance change of 6.83% over the past one year.   Syrah Resources Limited (ASX: SYR) Syrah Resources Limited was at trading halt today, i.e. 4 September 2018. Resource company Syrah Resources Limited requested ASX to place it securities in trading halt, pending completion of $94 million institutional placement. On the same day, this resource company announced a fully underwritten $94 million institutional placement to complete the ramp up of the Balama Graphite Operation. After the completion of this placement, Australia and New Zealand’s eligible shareholders would be given the right by Syrah to participate in Share Purchase Plan (SPP). Balama contains a significant Vanadium Resource and is on track to achieve CY2018 production guidance of 135kt to 145kt, enabled by significant month on month production performance improvement. The trading halt of SYR is expected to continue till 6 September 2018 or the release of company’s announcement relating the completion of the Placement, whichever falls earlier. Syrah’s stock last traded at $2.460. There was a negative change of 16.09% in the last 12-months performance of the stock.

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