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Centaurus sell-off on so-called nickel breakthrough highlights renewed value in a sector set to clean-up on green energy. Plus, DFS on FYI’s HPA points to bumper NPV.

The nickel stocks would like to forget their “Ides of March” moment when the stainless steel and lithium-ion battery material tumbled 12% lower in a hurry. The early March fall was a response to China’s Tsingshan announcing it was entering the battery materials space with a nickel matte product (75% nickel) from its Indonesia laterite operations.

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Independently run scoping study demonstrates potential for sustainable, long-life, low-cost nickel sulphide extraction at 100%-owned Jaguar Project in Carajas Mineral Province (reports Stockhead).

Independently run scoping study demonstrates potential for sustainable, long-life, low-cost nickel sulphide extraction at 100%-owned Jaguar Project in Carajas Mineral Province (reports Stockhead). The results of the study showed the capability of the project to generate strong financial returns from the production of Class-1 nickel for global markets. Importantly, the findings also supported the delivery of economic and social benefits to the region.

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Initial ground exploration in the Julimar State Forest, immediately north of Chalice Mining’s Gonneville PGE-nickel-copper discovery, has defined new electromagnetic conductors (reports MiningNews).

Initial ground exploration in the Julimar State Forest, immediately north of Chalice Mining’s Gonneville PGE-nickel-copper discovery, has defined new electromagnetic conductors (reports MiningNews). The 6.5km-long Hartog electromagnetic anomaly was discovered in September last year using airborne EM, but approval from the Western Australian government to explore in the forest was only received in January.

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Strandline Resources’ (ASX: STA) successful debt raising for its Coburn mineral sands project in WA has triggered a wave of fresh buy recommendations from leading analysts (reports Stockhead).

Strandline Resources’ (ASX: STA) successful debt raising for its Coburn mineral sands project in WA has triggered a wave of fresh buy recommendations from leading analysts (reports Stockhead). Senior analysts at brokers including Fosters and Shaws have put price targets well above 50c on the stock (currently ~27c) following news that the company has secured all the required debt for the development of Coburn.

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Nimble juniors lining up to test the new frontier in copper-gold exploration;

A bunch of junior explorers are as excited as junior explorers can be after the big time copper/gold potential of the Northern Territory’s Barkly region east of Tennant Creek was confirmed in a government-sponsored drilling program. The East Tennant region, as the boffins are calling it, is not quite an exploration hotspot just yet.

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Instability caused by last week’s rise in U.S. bond rates remained the dominant theme on financial markets this week with iron ore and copper the pick of the commodities sector while gold struggled to recover lost ground.

Instability caused by last week’s rise in U.S. bond rates remained the dominant theme on financial markets this week with iron ore and copper the pick of the commodities sector while gold struggled to recover lost ground. More of the same can be expected in future weeks until a clear picture emerges of the post-pandemic world and investors learn to live with the aftershocks of the wild ride on markets over the last 12-months.

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Feeding frenzy or supercycle? That is the question which dominated the thinking of seasoned market watchers this week as everything (well, almost everything) went up and the rotation out of precious metals into industrial commodities gathered pace.

Feeding frenzy or supercycle? That is the question which dominated the thinking of seasoned market watchers this week as everything (well, almost everything) went up and the rotation out of precious metals into industrial commodities gathered pace. Management moves, often seen at this stage of a sea-change in the commodity sector, also caught the eye of investors, especially the planned shift of Northern Star’s executive chairman, Bill Beament, for something smaller and presumably more fun.

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Fund managers say they are witnessing the most bullish environment for commodities they’ve seen in more than a decade (reports The Australian Financial Review)

Fund managers say they are witnessing the most bullish environment for commodities they’ve seen in more than a decade, with base metals surging to multi-year highs and oil making one of its strongest starts to any year in at least the past 30 (reports The Australian Financial Review).

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