In today’s Money Morning a wide market sell-off EV sales show impressive growth lithium prices could continue to soar in 2022 and more
The S&P/ASX 200 [ASX:XJO] slumped for the fourth time in five trading days, with ASX lithium stocks falling steeply on Monday.
Up-and-coming lithium miner, Lithium Power International Ltd [ASX:LPI] is in the red today. The LPI share price is down 13.33% at time of writing.
As he wrote in the latest letter, in the last couple of years, we’ve seen a ‘tectonic shift’ in capital with more than US$4 trillion flowing into sustainable investments.
Mars is a hostile terrain, even more so than Australia was for the First Fleet. Growing food in that atmosphere is going to be tough.
Anson Resources [ASX:ASN] has said they’ll be launching a major resource expansion program at their Paradox Lithium project.
Lithium Power International [ASX:LPI] said today they’re splitting the company. LPI will concentrate its entire focus on developing the Maricunga Lithium Brine Project. Located in Chile, in the lithium triangle, Maricunga is LPI’s flagship project.
Battery materials company Novonix [ASX:NVX] is continuing its strong momentum today. Despite the stock somewhat selling off since its peak in early December, it has rebounded quite well.
We examine the five All Ordinaries [XAO] stocks notching the largest calendar year gains of 2021.
Syrah Resources [ASX:SYR] share price spiked on Thursday after striking a graphite supply deal with EV giant Tesla Inc [NASDAQ:TSLA].