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LIONTOWN RESOURCES LIMITED

Barry FitzGerald

After falling sharply over the past six months, there is fresh hope that lithium prices could be set for a comeback as demand from the EV market surges. Albermarle, for one, believes demand will more than triple over the next six years. Plus, lithium junior Galan soars ahead of results.... Show More

Barry FitzGerald

Liontown Resources, which is capped at just $27m, is about to outline why its Kathleen Valley project could be a substantial lithium operation. Based on numbers it has published and those of similar, more advanced projects, observers say it could be a game-changer. Plus, beaten-up Coronado looking like a bargain. Show More

Mark Gordon

Recent times have seen Australia surpass Chile as the world's largest lithium producer, with production expected to continue to grow through ramping up of existing hard rock spodumene operations and new start-ups. This has been on the back of a number of recent discoveries, including the Pilgangoora deposits of Pilbara... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market ran into a brick wall after lunch despite solid China data. China Caxin Manufacturing data was better than expected and in expansion territory…good for commodities who had another good night. Bond yield proxies and currency proxies were under pressure from the start while banks joined the slide after... Show More

Mark Gordon

Liontown Resources is concentrating activities on its portfolio of highly prospective pegmatite-hosted lithium projects in Australia and Tanzania, with these ranging from grassroots (Mohanga in Tanzania) to more advanced, including Bynoe in the Northern Territory. Results of work to date (including drilling) have highlighted the prospectivity of the Company’s projects,... Show More

Barry FitzGerald

Newcrest chief executive Sandeep Biswas has just taken to following Donald Trump on Twitter. The reason why is simple enough – Newcrest is Australia’s biggest gold producer and Trump’s penchant for off-the-wall daily tweets is fuelling fear-buying of the yellow metal, pushing it to three months highs. Show More