Lynas stock climbed 1.4 percent to A$0.14 on Wednesday, 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. (Reporting by Sonali Paul …
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 …
Shares in Lynas jumped 13% after coming off a trading halt. The stock has been on a rollercoaster due to the fight over the plant, with investors concerned the company would have to raise funds if operations were delayed much longer. The …
Rare Earths were lifted Tuesday by news that China is looking to increase its rare earth purchases to bolster reserves. …
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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 …
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 …
After being the worst performing stock on the ASX 200 Index last week, Lynas Corp shares have staged a small recovery in time for its annual general meeting. The shares plummeted more than 30 per cent last week. The rare-earths miner has …
We've told you about one company, Rare Element Resources, that saw its stock surge 1200% in the last year ... producing 1-2% of the world's supply, by 2013. Value: Lynas is up 165% YTD. Mines: Mount Weld in Australia. Rare …
Shares in Lynas were 2.5¢, or 12 per cent, lower at 18 cents at 1106 AEST. The stock had fallen as low as 16.25¢ earlier in the session.