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Virus 1. Rest of the World 0. That’s the score on the first of two mega-issues which drove markets lower this week with virus gloom magnified by the uncertainty ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. Presidential election.

Virus 1. Rest of the World 0. That’s the score on the first of two mega-issues which drove markets lower this week with virus gloom magnified by the uncertainty ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. Presidential election. Australia, which has largely dodged the latest outbreak of Covid-19 that is restricting mobility in Europe and the U.S., did not evade the effects of international market turmoil, but the sell-off here was less severe and more of a correction than a crash.

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RareX, one of a small number of juniors now attempting to loosen Brazil’s grip on global supply of steel additive niobium, reports more “bonanza” grades of both that and rare earth oxides (reports Small Caps).

RareX, one of a small number of juniors now attempting to loosen Brazil’s grip on global supply of steel additive niobium, reports more “bonanza” grades of both that and rare earth oxides (reports Small Caps). The latest results from drilling at the Cummins Range project in the Kimberley region of Western Australia include 37m at 1.4% total rare earth oxides (TREO) and 0.2% niobium oxide. That intersection includes 7m at 3.6% (TREO) and 0.27% niobium, with mineralization beginning at 21m down hole.

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After a bumper year, the Goldfields air is thick with anticipation, if not planes. A “potential show-stopper” from Chalice and Greatland on finding gold in the Pilbara among the must-sees

Next week’s Diggers & Dealers bash beneath Kalgoorlie’s big blue sky will be a more sedate affair than usual. That’s a pity because there is lots for the annual gathering of mining and finance-types to celebrate. The Eastern State’s bloc of regular attendees at the three-day conference is trapped back home because of COVID-19, so it is case of them putting out the rubbish and feeding the cat rather than being free to enjoy a Kalgoorlie kebab at 3am.

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Chalice Gold Mines shares reached new heights after drilling defined a new platinum group element-copper-gold horizon at the Julimar discovery, northeast of Perth (reports MiningNews).

Chalice Gold Mines shares reached new heights after drilling defined a new platinum group element-copper-gold horizon at the Julimar discovery, northeast of Perth (reports MiningNews).

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Meanwhile in Ecuador, anticipation builds around a possible BHP or Newcrest bid for SolGold and Sunstone looks set to rise on back of Bramaderos project.

There is a bunch of hopefuls on the ASX looking to become producers of high purity alumina (HPA), which is set to enjoy super-charged growth in demand for its use in LED lighting and as a heat separator in lithium-ion batteries. But it is FYI’s planned $198m integrated project in WA – it envisages the Cadoux kaolin mine 220km north-east of Perth supplying a HPA refinery at Kwinana – that has got the interest up of the king of metal-grade and chemical-grade alumina production, Alcoa. As far as project endorsements go, FYI could not have hoped for a better one.

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Winners were hard to find on most markets this week as multiple uncertainties bruised investor confidence but a dive into the detail revealed a surprising number of upward moves and equally surprising upbeat views from leading investment banks.

Winners were hard to find on most markets this week as multiple uncertainties bruised investor confidence but a dive into the detail revealed a surprising number of upward moves and equally surprising upbeat views from leading investment banks. Best in class was undoubtedly Chalice Gold Mines, which continued its stellar run as analysts and investors gained a greater insight into its emerging Julimar platinum group metals (PGM) discovery near Perth.

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Investors are clearly anticipating good news from Chalice Gold Mines, sending its stock up 11 per cent yesterday to an all-time high before the company called a trading halt (reports The West Australian).

Investors are clearly anticipating good news from Chalice Gold Mines, sending its stock up 11 per cent yesterday to an all-time high before the company called a trading halt (reports The West Australian). The explorer, chaired by Tim Goyder, pictured, has been one of WA’s market darlings this year since its March unveiling of a curious discovery at its Julimar project, just 70km north-east of Perth. Chalice hit 19m at 8.4g/t palladium, 2.6 per cent nickel and one per cent copper in its first hole at Julimar with subsequent drilling results continuing to impress.

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Chalice Gold Mines has backed up hopes its Julimar project just outside of Perth is the real deal with an airborne electro-magnetic survey pinpointing three new large anomalies (reports The West Australian).

Chalice Gold Mines has backed up hopes its Julimar project just outside of Perth is the real deal with an airborne electro-magnetic survey pinpointing three new large anomalies (reports The West Australian). The company said the results of the survey, released this morning, highlight the district-scale nickel-copper-palladium potential of the 26km-long Julimar complex, which lies 70km north-east of Perth near Toodyay. The results sent Chalice shares up almost 17 per cent to a new all-time high of $2.04 in early trade after emerging from a trading halt.

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