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After nearly a decade in the doldrums, uranium may at last be finding its feet (reports MiningNews).

After nearly a decade in the doldrums, uranium may at last be finding its feet (reports MiningNews). COVID-19-related supply disruptions helped trigger a record supply deficit in 2020, sending uranium mining equities skywards, but further bullish signs abound. Uranium miners UEC and Denison both announced on March 16 they were venturing into the market to buy spot material, the former for 400,000lb and the latter for 2.5Mlb.

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Hot off a successful extensional drilling program at its mainstay Bruno-Lewis deposit, Kin Mining switched its focus to resource drilling at the new Cardinia Hill deposit, and the first mix of RC and diamond results suggests an increase in resources is on

Hot off a successful extensional drilling program at its mainstay Bruno-Lewis deposit, Kin Mining switched its focus to resource drilling at the new Cardinia Hill deposit, and the first mix of RC and diamond results suggests an increase in resources is on the cards (reports MiningNews). Among standout assays were 8m at 14.9 grams per tonne from 194m in the sulphide zone, and 13m at 5.98gpt from 38m in the oxide zone.

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In an effort to de-risk the restart of its Honeymoon mine, South Australian uranium explorer Boss Energy (ASX: BOE) has raised $60 million through a share placement and will strategically use it to acquire a large inventory of uranium in the United States

In an effort to de-risk the restart of its Honeymoon mine, South Australian uranium explorer Boss Energy (ASX: BOE) has raised $60 million through a share placement and will strategically use it to acquire a large inventory of uranium in the United States (reports Small Caps).

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Plus, nothing in DGO share price for exploration programs now underway and Australian Strategic Minerals winning strong support for its downstream processing play.

Anyone in need of a Pink Floyd cover band to help celebrate a stock market killing would be best advised to contact Coda Minerals (ASX:COD) boss, the bass-playing Chris Stevens. Pink Floyd cover bands are few and far between. The same can said about copper-focussed junior explorers on the ASX. And that is what the musically-named Coda is after its IPO in October last year which pulled in $8.5m at 30c a share to fund the copper hunt, initially at its Elizabeth Creek project in South Australia’s Olympic Dam province.

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Gold regained some of its appeal this week as the global economic growth story hit a rocky patch best illustrated by images of a fully-loaded container ship blocking the Suez Canal – a metaphor of how the broader economic picture has taken a turn for the

Gold regained some of its appeal this week as the global economic growth story hit a rocky patch best illustrated by images of a fully-loaded container ship blocking the Suez Canal – a metaphor of how the broader economic picture has taken a turn for the worse. Whether it has been threats from the European Union to withhold Covid-19 vaccine from export or a series of confidence-sapping surprises in a number of commodity markets, the score by last night was gold 1, rest of the market nil.

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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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Calidus Resources is just about to launch into full construction of the A$116 million Warrawoona gold project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia (reports MiningNews).

Calidus Resources is just about to launch into full construction of the A$116 million Warrawoona gold project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia (reports MiningNews). Early works at the site, including the accommodation village, water bores, communications and access roads, are almost complete, allowing full-scale construction to kick off in April. "The site's starting to look really good at the moment," Calidus managing director Dave Reeves told the Australian Energy & Minerals Investor Conference yesterday.

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