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Lithium carbonate prices have shot up by more than 40% in China in January, according to Benchmark Mineral Intelligence (reports MiningNews).

Lithium carbonate prices have shot up by more than 40% in China in January, according to Benchmark Mineral Intelligence (reports MiningNews). The price reporting agency said the increase was on the back of continued, surging lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery demand.

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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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29th January 2021

A Goldfields-focused explorer says a raft of promising gold hits at its flagship project near Leonora paves the way for a pivotal resource upgrade at one of its cornerstone deposits (reports The Kalgoorlie Miner).

A Goldfields-focused explorer says a raft of promising gold hits at its flagship project near Leonora paves the way for a pivotal resource upgrade at one of its cornerstone deposits (reports The Kalgoorlie Miner). Kin Mining this week revealed it had received the remaining assays from 38 holes sunk at its Bruno-Lewis deposit. The results included a headline 10m intersection grading at 10.8 grams per tonne from a depth of 15m. Other significant hits included 14m at 6.09g/t from 39m and 6m at 7.97g/t from 26m.

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With a “robust” pre-feasibility study under its belt in Papua New Guinea and high-grade gold results in Western Australia, Kingston Resources (ASX: KSN) says it is positioned for growth this year (reports Small Caps).

With a “robust” pre-feasibility study under its belt in Papua New Guinea and high-grade gold results in Western Australia, Kingston Resources (ASX: KSN) says it is positioned for growth this year (reports Small Caps). Kingston is positioning itself to be what it has described as “the next low-cost, large-scale gold producer in the Asia-Pacific” with Livingstone in Western Australia and Misima in Papua New Guinea.

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Visual copper-bearing chalcopyrite was intersected in the first drill hole at The Swamp Thing target, part of Alicanto’s Greater Falun copper-gold project in Sweden (reports Stockhead).

Visual copper-bearing chalcopyrite was intersected in the first drill hole at The Swamp Thing target, part of Alicanto’s Greater Falun copper-gold project in Sweden (reports Stockhead). The maiden drill hole at ‘The Swamp Thing’ pulled up 30cm of semi-massive sulphide skarn mineralisation with visual chalcopyrite from 58.30m. Although narrow, this intercept is significant.

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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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