With the way things are shaping up between automakers, EVs are quickly becoming a hot commodity. And I’m not just talking about Tesla here.
Lithium miner Pilbara Minerals Ltd [ASX:PLS] fell on Wednesday after releasing its June quarter production and sales update. Despite a significant increase in June quarter production, the lithium stock was trading down 2.5% in late afternoon trade. PLS…
Liontown Resources [ASX:LTR] shares were flat this morning, after announcements regarding a third Ford offtake and final investment decision (FID) for LTR’s Kathleen Valley Project.
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Junior Lithium producer Sayona Mining [ASX:SYA] announced new lithium discoveries at its Moblan lithium project, ‘strengthening’ its potential.
Lithium developer Vulcan Energy [ASX:VUL] rose as much as 30% on Friday after conglomerate automaker Stellantis made a $76 million equity investment in the stock.
It was another rough day of trading for commodities on Thursday. But of all the sectors hit, lithium stocks once again bore the brunt of the sell-off.
Australian lithium producer Pilbara Minerals [ASX:PLS] secured a pre-auction bid of over US$7,000/dry metric tonne.
Lake Resources (ASX:LKE) shares continue to plummet as investors remain uncertain about the significance of the departure of LKE’s managing director.
while everything is still doom and gloom out there, remember that miners, battery manufacturers, and automakers are still scrambling for battery metals.