RED

Red 5

Stock Code

RED

Stock Exchange

Australian Securities Exchange

Red 5 is moving ahead to develop the Siana Gold Project (SGP) located in the Philippines. RED has a 90% interest in SGP. The title is held under a Mineral Production Sharing Agreement. The company has a strategic land position and other excellent prospects have potential to add significant value to shareholders. Total mineral resources are 2.2Moz. High-grade u/g ore (3Mt at 7.4g/t Au) below the open pit is open in all directions. SGP is a robust project (IRR 49% at US$650/oz Au).

2011's Last Best and Worst Traded Stocks


As the year 2011 closed, share prices continued to fluctuate as companies and investors continue to trade stocks. This is a record of the best and worst traded stocks in the indices ASX100, ASX200 and All Ordinaries in the Australian Securities Exchange in the last week of 2011, December 26 to 30, 2011.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

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Best and Worst Traded Stocks for Dec. 5-9


The list below is a record of the top ten best and worst traded stocks in the ASX100, ASX200, and All Ordinaries of the Australian Stock Exchange in the 49th week of 2011, from December 5 to 9, 2011.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

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  1. BlueScope Steel (BSL) closed its price at 43 cents adding $0.05 or 13.16%

Sharemarket on Wednesday: Floats and Meetings


No upcoming ex-dividends are scheduled in the sharemarket world on Wednesday, November 23, 2011. On the other hand, there will be an Extraordinary General Meeting, two floats and several Annual General Meetings scheduled on the said day.

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Strong Weekly Gaining Stocks on All Ordinaries


Strong Weekly Gaining Stocks on the All Ordinaries companies this week, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 52nd week: 29th December to 31st December 2010. These stocks increased their stock price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket. Stocks in this list this week include: SBM, ABP, IDL, KRL, ISF, JHX, DML, RXM, NUF, RRL, LNC, SAR, RED, BOC, KAM.

All Ordinaries Stocks Which Overperformed


All Ordinaries Stocks Which Overperformed from these All Ordinaries, top 500 companies this week, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 51st week: 20th December to 24th December 2010. These stocks increased their stock price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket. All Ords stocks which overperformed includes: PGA, GIR, ARH, KRL, CAA, SDL, GRY, RFE, CXM, MRE, ALD, RED, DYE, MPO, BRG.

Stock Screener - All Ordinaries Best Stocks


All Ordinaries Best Stocks Stock Screener for this week, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 48th week: 29th November to 3rd December 2010. These stocks increased their stock price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket. Stock Screener for the All Ordinaries found these best performing stocks this week: SBM, ABP, IDL, KRL, ISF, JHX, DML, RXM, NUF, RRL, LNC, SAR, RED, KAM, BOC.

ASX Top 500 Stocks Winners


Here is a list of Stocks Winners on the All Ordinaries index, a list which contains the Top 500 stocks, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 40th week of 2010: 4th to 8th October. ASX top 500 stock winners this week include: NEC, IAU, TZN, NGF, RRL, RED, NXS, CUE, BUL, LNG, MRU, KAM, CFE, DOM, IGR. Other lists of Australian companies by Market capitalisation.

List of ASX Top 500 Stocks Winners

Best Performing Stocks on the All Ordinaries


Here are the 10 best performing stocks on the ASX All Ordinaries on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 35th week of 2010: 30th August to 3rd September. Other lists of Australian companies by Market capitalisation.

List of Best Performing Stocks on the All Ordinaries

Red 5 Dividends

1 September, 2010 - 12:29

Read up on the dividend history for RED 5 LIMITED. Dividends are a payment declared by a company's board of directors and given to its shareholders from the company's current or retained earnings. Dividends are usually released as cash (cash dividend). Dividends provide an incentive to own shares in the company. Companies are not required to pay dividends. You are eligible to receive RED dividends if you own the RED 5 LIMITED shares on the ex-dividend date.

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