"Goldman Sachs recently based there rare earth recommendations on a limited universe consisting of only two stocks, Molycorp (MCP) and Lynas. .. Gold Stock Trades has a broader view." Those of us who delve into the markets are …
Lynas’ stock has declined precipitously, and while the firm was able to attract some distressed equity investors in June 2014, that cash doesn’t change the market situation. In light of the unattractive economics in the space, Lynas is not a …
In April 2011, Lynas’ stock was around $2.55. Now it is less than 5% of that. The fall in spot prices and its share price are very similar. Though they are rare earths, they are still commodities. Supply and demand drives pricing, making …
The license remains issued and valid, and there is no legal impediment to Lynas carrying out its operations at the plant, the company said in a stock exchange filing. Lynas will ensure all residue material is converted into co-products and …
“While Lynas respects the concerns of members of the community, it does not believe that there is any basis for the claims made in the proceedings,” it said in a statement to the Australian stock exchange. “Lynas will take the …
A resurgent Lynas has seen its stock rally from a low point of 3.3c earlier this year to 11.5c at the close of trade on Monday (closing at 11c yesterday), taking the ASX200 company’s market capitalisation from $115 million to more than …
It is expected to take about two months before first sales of finished product and cash generation. Patersons Securities has a buy on the stock with a price target of $2.31 a share. At 1218 AEDT, Lynas shares were up 1.5 cents to 69 cents.
It is about time this stock has moved up in the direction of the stock levels of other outfits at that only have plans for production-- and no facilities to produce a product. Lynas is a proven producer of quality products. And what will the …
Rare Earths were lifted Tuesday by news that China is looking to increase its rare earth purchases to bolster reserves. …