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April 27, 2015 (Source: Reuters) — Australian rare earths producer Lynas Corp said on Monday it was unlikely ... Those shares were priced at A$0.08 a piece. The stock has since dropped to A$0.06, down from a record A$2.57 hit nearly four years ago ...
investorintel.com · 4/27/2015
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 good ...
The Motley Fool · 7/8/2015
Full year 2014 production totaled 4,785 mt, compared to 3,473 mt in 2013. Lynas Corp. saw a similar stock price jump last month. The end of China’s export quotas is, of course, still the biggest story with REs. Last month China outlawed the licensing ...
Metal Miner · 3/6/2015
Lynas Corporation’s (ASX:LYC ... now could very well be an opportune time for investors to take advantage of a stock in the doldrums that has the potential to soar.
rareearthinvestingnews.com · 11/26/2012
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 good ...
The Business Insider · 7/6/2015
Lynas stock climbed 1.4% to A$0.14 today, less than half its price at the start of the year. Lynas said it would retain its listing on the Australian bourse after moving headquarters to Kuala Lumpur. – Reuters.
freemalaysiatoday.com · 7/2/2014
the use of alternate suppliers and more efficient stock management. Lacaze said the company’s continued focus on efficient practices was expected to deliver further savings. Meanwhile, Lynas reported a slight reduction in rare-earth output during the ...
Mining Weekly · 4/24/2015
With China controlling more than 95 percent of the world’s rare earths, Lynas’s stock jumped almost fourfold since June 30 as investors sought more secure future supply. “The dominance of China in rare earths was unsustainable,” Curtis, chief ...
Bloomberg · ByElisabeth Behrmann · 3/8/2011
Lynas’s stock, which traded at more than $2.50 in 2011, initially dropped 8 per cent on the reports out of China to 6.2c but managed to hold that level yesterday. Lynas chief executive Amanda Lacaze told The Australian she agreed with Mr Lifton that the ...
The Australian · 1/8/2015
It generally represents the market's view of a company's stock value and is a determining factor in stock valuation. For example, if a company has 1.5 million shares outstanding at a share price of $25, its market cap is $37.5 million (1.5 million x $25).
YCharts · 7/23/2015