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Lithium stocks fall on SQM ramp-up fears - The Australian


The Australian

Lithium stocks fall on SQM ramp-up fears
The Australian
The dispute has helped open the door for the emergence of Australia's budding lithium industry, given SQM had previously been prevented from expanding its output just as demand was surging on the back of the growth in electric vehicles. Lithium is a ...

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Expansion talk wipes billions off lithium miners - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Expansion talk wipes billions off lithium miners
The Australian Financial Review
Whichever narrative you choose to believe about the supply and demand outlook for lithium, there was something to suit your argument this past week. If you're convinced the world's auto manufacturers will have an insatiable demand for the battery ...

Australian lithium producers fall after SQM permitted to expand production - Financial Times


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Australian lithium producers fall after SQM permitted to expand production
Financial Times
Australian lithium miners were under pressure on Friday over fears one of the world's largest producers could flood the market after it received permission to boost production. Chilean producer Sociedad Quimica Y Minera de Chile, known as SQM, on ...
Sociedad Quimica Y Minera S.a. - SQM - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks Investment Research

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Lithium Australia's graphite spin-off admitted to ASX - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Lithium Australia's graphite spin-off admitted to ASX
Proactive Investors Australia
Almost 29 million ordinary shares were issued at $0.20 per share, raising almost $5.46 million in the IPO and BlackEarth will have circa 61 million shares on issue when it first trades. READ: BlackEarth Minerals to hit ASX boards with focus on graphite ...

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Lithium wave near peak as Australian exports soar - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Lithium wave near peak as Australian exports soar
The Australian Financial Review
Lithium prices will peak in 2018 as a wave of new supply from Australian mines outstrips short-term demand, according to business intelligence firm Roskill. Australian miners have been the fastest responders to recent rises in lithium prices amid ...

Lithium Australia granted licence in lithium tungsten region of Germany - Proactive Investors Australia


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Lithium Australia granted licence in lithium tungsten region of Germany
Proactive Investors Australia
Adrian Griffin, managing director, said: “The drill program at Sadisdorf – which follows its maiden mineral resource estimate of 25 million tonnes at 0.45% lithium oxide – aims to confirm historical data, as well as provide additional data to expand ...
Lithium Australia's SiLeach on track for patents in 148 countriesBusiness News

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Lithium turns WA into a millionaire factory - The West Australian


The West Australian

Lithium turns WA into a millionaire factory
The West Australian
Pilbara Minerals director Neil Biddle jokes that he has never been so popular. The emerging lithium company is on a record run, this week cracking a market worth of $2 billion as shares, which were fetching less than 5¢ three years ago, hit $1.25. The ...

Lithium Australia's SiLeach® process confirmed as novel and patentable - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Lithium Australia's SiLeach® process confirmed as novel and patentable
Proactive Investors Australia
SiLeach® hydrometallurgical process is used to extract and recover lithium values from lithium bearing materials. Significantly, the confirmation from the patent office is expected to pave the way for the grant of corresponding patents for the process ...

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Chinese, carmakers join race for lithium miners - The Australian


The Australian

Chinese, carmakers join race for lithium miners
The Australian
In the week before Christmas, Chinese duo Tibet Summit Resources and NextView Capital agreed to buy Canadian lithium producer Lithium X for $C265 million ($269.5m), just days after NextView also shelled out £31m ($53.7m) for a 19.9 per cent stake in ...

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Lithium Australia's spin-out of graphite assets moves towards ASX listing - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Lithium Australia's spin-out of graphite assets moves towards ASX listing
Proactive Investors Australia
BlackEarth has received a conditional admission letter from the ASX for the listing of its securities. The ASX has now advised that it has decided to admit BlackEarth to the official list of the ASX and to quote its securities, subject to the ...

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