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.
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.. …
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 …
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"Any other funding will need to come from forward sales or equity in our view," it said. It has a sell recommendation on the stock, while JP Morgan warns Lynas needs to finalise new working capital imminently. Lynas said in a statement on …
Lynas last week announced a A$200-million capital raising to see it through the commissioning and ramp-up of the Lamp. Stock traded at 60c a share on Thursday, down from the previous day’s 65c a share.
Media reports of a delay to the project still sent Lynas shares down almost 12 per cent, or 23 cents, to $1.75, after it emerged from a one-day trading halt. Today's loss was the biggest for the stock since September 9, 2009, leaving the …
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IP: Lynas has gone through everything necessary to be able to operate ... Goldcorp Inc. and B2Gold Corp. Streetwise Reports does not accept stock in exchange for services. Interviews are edited for clarity. 3) Ian Preston: I personally …