rare earths

Joseph Kim

After initially bursting on to fund managers’ radars in early 2010 with a spike in prices, rare-earths producer Lynas (ASX:LYC) has been trading in relative obscurity for most of the decade as the company battled a myriad of issues that impacted its share price – including lower rare-earth prices, higher... Show More

Mark Gordon

Strong investor interest has continued in the junior and mid-cap resources stocks through 2017. Despite a relatively flat first half of the year, the second half has seen a 20-30% increase in the relevant ASX indices on the back of steadily improving metals prices, particularly in the base and battery... Show More

Tim Hannon

We recently undertook a review of a company called Lynas Corporation (LYC). LYC is a miner and processor of rare earths. Rare earths are a critical component within electric vehicles. The growth in the electric vehicle industry will support demand growth for rare earths over the coming decade. We expect... Show More


Technological, environmental, and political changes could result in the commodities sector changing significantly in the coming decades. Following our recent discussion of the major commodities and mega-cap miners, we asked our contributors to look into the future and tell us about the commodities that will matter most. Rare earth processing: it’s... Show More

Mark Gordon

There are not many quality rare earths stories out there, with Lynas being the only major producer outside of China. However ASX-listed Hastings Technology Metals has continued to advance their Yangibana Project, located in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia, with the lodgement of mine permitting documents being announced today.... Show More