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In its most recent corporate update, Tasman Metals (TSXV:TSM) announced plans to withdraw from its portfolio of Finnish chromite projects in a bid to reduce costs.
Jon Hykawy of stormcrow Capital shares his thoughts on rare earths in 2015 and the rare earth market outlook for 2016. Part one of a two part series.
Frontier Rare Earths (TSX:FRO,OTCMKTS:FREFF) will hold a shareholders meeting on September 16 to discuss a resolution to delist the company from the Toronto Stock Exchange. The company believes that for the past three years, “the trading price of the Shares on the TSX did not fairly reflect either the inherent
Ryan Castilloux of Adamas Intelligence continues his rare earths market update in the second part of this interview.
Ryan Castilloux of Adamas Intelligence gives a mid-year update on the rare earths market in 2015.
Asia Briefing reported that China’s scrapping of rare earth export quotas has had an adverse effect on non-Chinese producers.
The rare earths space might be in for another tough year, but prices for some of the rare earths could rise. Furthermore, companies able to adapt to tough conditions could be worth keeping an eye on.
Rare earths are often split into “heavy” and “light” varieties based on their atomic weight. However, it certainly gets more complicated than that, and it is worth taking a closer look at the uses of the different rare earth elements and some of the dynamics surrounding their supply and demand.
ETF Trends reported that the Market Vectors Rare Earth/Strategic Metals ETF (NYSEArca: REMX) has seen a poorer performance as of late due to falling rare earth prices and easing worries surrounding fears of restricted supply from China.
2014 should be a better year for rare earth prices, as demand picks up and supplies tighten.
China is the dominant player in the rare earths game, yet the country’s impacts on the market are not easy to understand. Here we provide an explanation of what China’s rare earths quotas really mean.
Bloomberg reported that Molycorp (NYSE:MCP) expects that rare earth prices will rise on increased demand and increased regulation over the Chinese market.