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29th January 2021

A surging iron ore price is set to give birth to two new WA junior exporters of the steel-making commodity within days (reports The West Australian).

A surging iron ore price is set to give birth to two new WA junior exporters of the steel-making commodity within days (reports The West Australian). GWR Group and Fenix Resources have opportunistically seized on a nine-year high iron ore price of around $US170/t to bring their respective projects into production. While their direct shipping ore projects may be small and involve the costly process of trucking product vast distances to the port of Geraldton, each is confident of a healthy margin at prevailing iron ore prices and currency exchanges.

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Among the raft of ASX-listed uranium players that have enjoyed a long-awaited lift in investor sentiment in recent months, Boss Energy looks a stand-out (reports The West Australian).

Among the raft of ASX-listed uranium players that have enjoyed a long-awaited lift in investor sentiment in recent months, Boss Energy looks a stand-out (reports The West Australian). The uranium price has been in the doldrums since the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan in 2011. But last year the market began to re-awaken to nuclear’s potential as a zero-emissions energy source that can also provide baseload power — and the price of yellowcake began to tick up.

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Uranium bulls are sharpening their horns as market fundamentals and investor sentiment towards the maligned energy metal improve (reports The West Australian).

Uranium bulls are sharpening their horns as market fundamentals and investor sentiment towards the maligned energy metal improve (reports The West Australian). The spot price of yellowcake has been in the doldrums since the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan in 2011, but last year it began to tick higher. Enriched uranium is used as a feedstock for most of the more than 400 nuclear reactors in operation in some 30 countries around the world. But it’s the potential future take-up of nuclear energy which has uranium backers excited.

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Perth-based explorer Strandline Resources (ASX: STA) has spent the three months to December 2020 advancing a commercial debt facility to finance development of its flagship $260 million Coburn minerals sands project in WA (reports Small Caps).

Perth-based explorer Strandline Resources (ASX: STA) has spent the three months to December 2020 advancing a commercial debt facility to finance development of its flagship $260 million Coburn minerals sands project in WA (reports Small Caps).

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Danish investment bank Saxo says 2021 will mark the beginning of the seventh commodities bull market, driven by tightening supplies and ongoing cash injections (reports MiningNews).

Danish investment bank Saxo says 2021 will mark the beginning of the seventh commodities bull market, driven by tightening supplies and ongoing cash injections (reports MiningNews). "2021 for us is the year where the narrative of a greener, government-supported transformation of the social paradigm meets the reality of too little supply, inadequate infrastructure, and a business world that has been so busy getting digital and virtual that they forgot the real physical world," Saxo said in its latest quarterly outlook for global markets.

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BlackRock chief executive Larry Fink is stepping up his climate change activism with a blunt warning to 1000 global chief executives of carbon-intensive companies to lift their game or be dumped by the world’s largest fund manager (reports The Australian)

BlackRock chief executive Larry Fink is stepping up his climate change activism with a blunt warning to 1000 global chief executives of carbon-intensive companies to lift their game or be dumped by the world’s largest fund manager (reports The Australian Financial Review). Fink says CEOs making “insufficient preparation for the net zero transition” and giving a “low reception to our investment stewardship engagement” will be axed from BlackRock’s funds.

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Initial drilling at Trigg Mining’s (ASX: TMG) Lake Throssell sulphate of potash (SOP) project has generated high grade results (reports Small Caps).

Initial drilling at Trigg Mining’s (ASX: TMG) Lake Throssell sulphate of potash (SOP) project has generated high grade results (reports Small Caps). Aircore drilling within the project’s basal aquifers has produced SOP grading up to 11,519 milligrams per litre. A maiden aircore drilling program kicked-off at Lake Throssell in late November last year. The program is 50% complete with 16 holes undertaken for 1,806m.

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Separating reality from speculative share trading has probably never been harder but if you look through the dust stirred up by day-traders and this week’s stock market correction you will see the start of the world’s seventh great resources boom.

Separating reality from speculative share trading has probably never been harder but if you look through the dust stirred up by day-traders and this week’s stock market correction you will see the start of the world’s seventh great resources boom. Recent events highlight those points because on one hand there was a feeding frenzy in the U.S. of online traders using mobile phone apps to stir the market, while on the other hand there was growing confidence that supply shortages will drive commodities higher for at least the next decade.

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