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It hasn’t taken long for Neil Biddle to get some pep into the share price of the formerly sleepy Greenvale Mining (GRV). Greenvale got a mention here back on September 10 when it was a 4.2c stock. It has since marched to 10.5c for a market cap of $35 million. There are two forces at work. There are those punters getting behind Biddle after following him at Pilbara Minerals (PLS), which he turned from a stock going nowhere to one of the biggest hard rock lithium-tantalum producers in the world.

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Discovery, deals and outages dominated events on the Australian market this week but the big news which continues to affect everything was off-market: the Covid-19 pandemic and vaccines which increasingly look like next year’s “get out of jail card”.

Discovery, deals and outages dominated events on the Australian market this week but the big news which continues to affect everything was off-market: the Covid-19 pandemic and vaccines which increasingly look like next year’s “get out of jail card”. Chalice and its text-book re-writing palladium discovery near Perth was one of the big movers, rising to an all-time high of $3.84, before easing to close at $3.69, up 50c in the week and good enough to retain membership of the $1 billion market-cap club.

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20th November 2020

This quarter we wanted to focus on the significant medium-term opportunity around raw materials for Electric Vehicles (EVs), and particularly Lithium, where we have recently pivoted our stance on the commodity and increased the Ausbil Global Resources Fund positioning significantly (writes Ausbil fund manager James Stewart on Livewire).

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“When the facts change, I change my mind, what do you do?” – a question credited to the great 20th century economist, Lord Keynes, and one which today’s investors should note as encouraging Covid-19 vaccine news floods financial markets.

“When the facts change, I change my mind, what do you do?” – a question credited to the great 20th century economist, Lord Keynes, and one which today’s investors should note as encouraging Covid-19 vaccine news floods financial markets. Gold, a favourite of many Australian investors, was first to feel the chill of a market shift with the price taking a $US100 an ounce hit, partly because of vaccine news and partly because of a modest increase in U.S. interest rates and a weakening of the U.S. dollar.

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A bullish Ken Brinsden says Pilbara Minerals is one of the better-placed companies to benefit from a lithium market recovery (reports MiningNews).

A bullish Ken Brinsden says Pilbara Minerals is one of the better-placed companies to benefit from a lithium market recovery (reports MiningNews). "It's fair to say we've surprised a lot of people with just how far we've come," Brinsden told the Resources Rising Stars 2020 Investor Forum yesterday. Pilbara's Pilgangoora mine has been running at about 40% of nameplate due to weak lithium demand and prices. Brinsden said moderating production was a tough decision to make, but it protected the balance sheet.

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Battery Minerals has raised A$5 million for its new exploration play next to Stavely Minerals’ Thursday’s Gossan copper-gold discovery in western Victoria (reports MiningNews).

Battery Minerals has raised A$5 million for its new exploration play next to Stavely Minerals’ Thursday’s Gossan copper-gold discovery in western Victoria (reports MiningNews). The fundraising priced new shares at 2.2c each and involved capital market firms' Morgans and Foster. Battery had an estimated $2.2 million cash prior to the raising. Battery moved into western Victoria earlier this year with the acquisition of Gippsland Prospecting and the appointment of Gippland's Darryl Clark as a director.

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Battery metals and rare earths could emerge as the big winners if Joe Biden is confirmed as the winner of the U.S. Presidential election

Battery metals and rare earths could emerge as the big winners if Joe Biden is confirmed as the winner of the U.S. Presidential election, though the more likely winner in the short term will be gold as market volatility rises until all votes are counted and legal claims resolved. With policies that clearly favour renewable energy over fossil fuels, a Biden-led government will accelerate the shift to electric cars, wind turbines and solar panels. Coal, oil and gas will be the big losers from the shift.

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Strategic metals company TNG has launched a new vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) business unit as part of the vertical integration strategy for its flagship Mount Peake vanadium-titanium-iron project in the Northern Territory (reports Small Caps)

Strategic metals company TNG Ltd (ASX: TNG) has launched a new vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) business unit as part of the vertical integration strategy for its flagship Mount Peake vanadium-titanium-iron project in the Northern Territory (reports Small Caps). The strategy further diversifies the company’s green energy interests and will capitalise on the planned production of high-purity vanadium pentoxide from Mount Peake, where pre-development planning is advanced.

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