Image Resources NL traded at 0.16 this Thursday August 18th, increasing 0.01 or 3.33 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Image Resources NL gained 8.82 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 13.89 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Image Resources NL to be priced at 0.15 by the end of this quarter and at 0.14 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
0.16
Daily Change
3.33%
Yearly
-13.89%

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Image Resources NL
Image Resources NL is an Australia-based mineral sands focused mining company. The principal activities of the Company the operation of the Boonanarring mineral sands project located 80 kilometers north of Perth in Western Australia and exploration of tenements in the North Perth basin. The Company’s projects include Boonanarring and Atlas Development. The Boonanarring Project is located 80 kilometers (kms) North of Perth and 16 kms North of Gingin. It consists open pit mine and wet concentrate plant (WCP). The project produces heavy mineral concentrate (HMC) which is exported to international markets through the port of Bunbury. The Atlas Project is located 90 kms north of Boonanarring. It is open pit mine. Mineralization extends from surface to 16 meters depth and has an average thickness of 3.5 meters and a maximum thickness of 12 meters.