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Based in Australia
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Twenty Seven Co. Limited is an Australia-based mineral exploration company. The Company is focused on minerals exploration across licenses in Western Australia and New South Wales (NSW). Its Projects include Rover Project, Mount Dimer Gold Project, Yarbu Gold Project, and NSW Projects. The Rover Project is located approximately 30 kilometers (km) east of Sandstone in WA, which is a base metal and gold-rich mineral region associated with the Archean greenstone belts of the Central Yilgarn Craton. The Mount Dimer Gold Project consists of a mining lease (M77/515) and exploration license (E77/2383), located circa approximately 100 km North-East of Southern Cross. The Yarbu Gold Project is located on the Marda-Diemals greenstone belt adjacent to Ramelius Resources. The Company's NSW Projects consists of three prospects, such as Midas, Trident and Perseus, located in the Broken Hill Block in New South Wales.

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Microsoft, Salesforce and Apple cutting about 116 points off the Dow's price

2:01 pm ET January 13, 2022 (MarketWatch)
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average is rising 47 points, or 0.1%, to buck the selloff in the broader market, but it be up a lot more if it wasn't for the blue-chip barometer's biggest technology components. The biggest drag on the Dow is Microsoft Corp.'s stock (MSFT), which is down $8.64, or 2.7%, followed by fellow software giant Salesforce.com Inc. shares (CRM), which shed $7.22, or 3.0%. Throw in the $1.75, or 1.0%, drop in Apple Inc.'s stock (AAPL), and those components were shaving a combined 116 points off the Dow's price. Elsewhere, Cisco Systems Inc.'s stock (CSCO) slipped 30 cents, or 0.5%, but was just a 2-point drag on the Dow, while Intel Corp. shares (INTC) edged down 52 cents, or 0.9%, to cut 3 points off the Dow. Meanwhile, International Business Machines Corp.'s stock (IBM) was the Dow's lone tech gainer and smallest tech component by market capitalization, rising $1.70, or 1.3%, to add about 11 points to the Dow.

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