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ASX delays CHESS replacement again, Lynas plans $500m rare earths expansion and Orica acquires Axis

ASX Limited (ASX: ASX) has announced it is pushing back the timeline for its Clearing House Electronic Subregister System (CHESS) replacement project for a fifth time, citing "more development is requ...
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Disconnect between rare earth stock and commodity prices is a value pointer

Rare earth stocks, like the rest of the mining sector, have been sold down for much of the past six months, but three clues can be found, which point to the potential for a strong recovery. The fir...
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Lynas awarded Pentagon contract, Lendlease’s 100MW data centre in Japan and Commonwealth Bank offers discounted NBN

Lynas Rare Earths (ASX: LYC) has been awarded a contract worth US$120 million (A$174 million) by the United States Department of Defence to aid in building a commercial heavy rare earths separation fa...
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Rare earths on a refining roll in Australia, but risks remain

Confidence in Australia’s rare earth industry grew significantly this week with news that it could soon have two world class refineries capable of competing with the dominant player in the rare earth ...
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Australian critical minerals projects to receive US financing support

The US Government has committed to help fund Australian critical minerals projects through its export financing arms against a backdrop of continued Russian sanctions and China’s supply chain dominanc...
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Investing in rare earths is not for the faint-hearted

Rare earths are not rare, nor are they earths, but they are certainly political, and it’s the politics of an increasingly aggressive China which has made the 17 metals in the rare earth family a profi...
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Australia can punch above its weight in critical metals — both with mining and processing

Australia has just 3.4% of the world’s rare earth element (REE) resources but is the fourth largest producer in the world, with other minerals also posing significant future potential for the country....
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Manganese: the next hot battery metal

Move over lithium, graphite, cobalt and copper: manganese is fast emerging as the next battery metal story to titillate investors. The back story is similar: with manganese usage dominated by China...
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Trump declares rare earth emergency, Australia gets ready to supply

Securing rare earth supply is now near the top of the defence agenda in Washington with US President Donald Trump signing an executive order declaring a national emergency and calling for a boost in d...
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Australia in box seat to become world’s new rare earths powerhouse

China now produces 80% of the world’s neodymium-praseodymium output, a combination of rare earth metals vital to the manufacture of high strength permanent magnets. These magnets are used in drivet...
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Lynas wins US military tender as America moves to rebuild rare earth industry

Lynas Corp (ASX: LYC) has been told by the US Department of Defence (DoD) it has won a contract to help design a new heavy rare earths (HREE) separation plant after making a submission in December las...
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Wesfarmers eyes rare earths market with $1.5b takeover bid for Lynas Corp

Wesfarmers Limited (ASX: WES) has made a surprise $1.5 billion grab for rare earths miner Lynas Corporation (ASX: LYC), offering Lynas shareholders a cash price of $2.25 per Lynas share, representing ...