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 …
... Mount Weld may increase 15.7 times from JP Morgan's estimate by the time the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (Lamp) begins production in 2012. JP Morgan published their stock analysis on 24 June 2010, just prior to the price …
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 …
Lynas, which is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, jumped 22% after news of the approval broke this morning. Among the conditions that Lynas must meet is to come up with a long-term waste management plan, such as a …
Lynas, a 60-cent stock that is the ETF's third-largest holding with a weight of 6.9 percent, is the reason. For more on Malaysia, click here. (c) 2013 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved. Profit …
... the proposed amendments is important to assist the continued operation of the Lynas business as a going concern," the company said in a statement to the Australian stock exchange. Lynas shares jumped as much as 17 percent after …
At the peak, Molycorp Inc. (MCP:NYSE) had launched and everyone was excited about Lynas Corp. (LYC:ASX ... a …
Despite Lynas's statement, the media reports spooked investors, sending the company's share price tumbling. It appears the message has sunk in, with investors jumping back into the stock despite the weakness in the broader market.. …
To that end, Malaysians have formed a group called Stop Lynas to protest the construction of the refinery and the sweet 12-year tax break that the Malaysian government plans to give it. Analyst Hykawy has recommended that his clients …
Lynas, a 60-cent stock that is the ETF's third-largest holding with a weight of 6.9 percent, is the reason. For more on Malaysia, click here.