In today’s Money Morning the butterfly effect electricity prices explode gas ignites Australia’s future the opportunity and more...
The INR share price is still up 445% over the last 12 months. The Ioneer (ASX:INR) and multinational miner Sibanye-Stillwater will form a joint venture to develop INR’s Rhyolite Ridge project...
It’d be very contrarian to take trades on iron ore at this stage, and the coast might not be clear until some support comes in on the iron ore spot price.
The Strike Energy [ASX:STX] shares are up today after announcing it has signed separate non-binding memorandums of understanding (MOU) with ATCO and Infinite Blue Energy to source green hydrogen for their Project Haber.
The Fenix Resources [ASX:FEX] share price rose 8% after the iron ore stock declared a full-year profit and a maiden dividend. FEX shares were up 8.6% at time of writing.
The Pilbara Minerals [ASX:PLS] successfully held its second lithium digital auction via the Battery Material Exchange (BMX).Pilbara said it intends to accept the highest bid of US$2,240/dmt (SC5.5, FOB Port Hedland basis) for the intended 8,000dmt cargo. PLS shares are currently trading at $2.52 per share, up 11.50%.
Okapi Resources Ltd [ASX:OKR] shares, however, are having a difficult time right now, down 4.1% to 70 cents a share. Despite the slump today, OKR shares have gained 240% over the last 12 months.
MGC Pharmaceuticals said this marks the first time an epilepsy treatment containing THC and still undergoing clinical trials was approved by UK authorities for import. The news saw MGC Pharmaceuticals [ASX:MXC] shares jump 10% at the time of writing.
‘Central banker says fiat is better and crypto will crash because they get paid in fiat and also, boo crypto, can I keep my job, please?’
Macquarie, probably our most entrepreneurial bank, has clearly realised the immense scope of this collision.