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New Life for Non-Asian Rare Earths? Molycorp, Lynas Corp. Hope So - MetalMiner


MetalMiner

New Life for Non-Asian Rare Earths? Molycorp, Lynas Corp. Hope So
MetalMiner
While China and some of the other Asian nations are either consolidating or finding new avenues for rare earth mining, non-Asian rare earths players such as Molycorp and Lynas Corp. are reportedly floundering. Molycorp just reported fresh losses, ...

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China is reshaping global demand for gold - Finance News Network


China is reshaping global demand for gold
Finance News Network
Lynas Corporation Limited (ASX:LYC) has widened its loss in the first half of the 2015 financial year and amended a financing agreement. The rare earths producer booked an interim net loss of $142.2 million, increasing from a loss of $81.5 million the ...

Australian Rare Earths Miner Lynas' First Half Loss Widens To $103.5M - International Business Times AU


International Business Times AU

Australian Rare Earths Miner Lynas' First Half Loss Widens To $103.5M
International Business Times AU
Australian rare earths miner Lynas Corp, one of only two global rare earths producers outside China, has reported a $103.5 million loss, before tax, for the six months ending Dec. 31. It was a confirmation of a widening financial deterioration by ...
Lynas needs a new security blanketThe Australian Financial Review

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Lynas warns of uncertain survival prospects - Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Lynas warns of uncertain survival prospects
Sydney Morning Herald
Troubled rare earths producer Lynas Corp has warned it may not be able to repay its lenders – even after it rescheduled some loan repayments until next year. The company's auditor has also warned of "significant doubt" about the survival of the company.
Lynas Corp widens H1 loss, amends financingFinance News Network
Lynas Corporation Limited reports: Here's what you need to knowMotley Fool Australia
Japanese shore up cash-strapped rare earths miner LynasReuters
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Rare earth prices recover, tide may be turning - The Australian


The Australian

Rare earth prices recover, tide may be turning
The Australian
Second place is Lynas Corp (LYC) at $175m. Northern Minerals seems to be emerging as a lead player, mainly due to the composition of its deposit. While the mines operated by Molycorp and Lynas are dominated by the less valuable rare earths elements ...

As Molycorp, Lynas Corp Stock Rises, RE Price Index Jumps 7%, Showing New ... - MetalMiner


As Molycorp, Lynas Corp Stock Rises, RE Price Index Jumps 7%, Showing New ...
MetalMiner
Showing life that hasn't been seen since last July, the Rare Earths MMI® jumped in March to a value of 28, an increase of 7.7% over its 26 score in February. The flat-to-down market has risen five points from 23 in the last 3 months. China opening the ...

Should you sell your Lynas Corporation Limited shares? - Motley Fool Australia


Should you sell your Lynas Corporation Limited shares?
Motley Fool Australia
Shares of Lynas Corporation Limited (ASX: LYC) have continued their slide today, trading 3.8% lower at 5.1 cents per share. The rare earths miner has had an extremely difficult run, plagued by declining rare earths prices and diminishing cash flows ...

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Here's why Lynas Corporation Limited has surged 18% today - Motley Fool Australia


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Here's why Lynas Corporation Limited has surged 18% today
Motley Fool Australia
Although its shares are jumping today; investors should still be extremely cautious with Lynas Corporation. In its most recent cash-flow and activities report, management warned that it was not expecting cash flow strength to be sustained in the March ...
Market Wrap: ASX gains ground & ends above 5900Finance News Network

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Lynas shareholders facing wipe-out on poor outlook - Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Lynas shareholders facing wipe-out on poor outlook
Sydney Morning Herald
Shareholders in troubled rare earths producer Lynas Corp might be wiped out unless it boosts its weak cashflow before a heavy round of loan repayments in the year ahead, UBS has warned. Shares in Lynas Corp dived 19 per cent Tuesday after the ...
Lynas Corp says cashflow success in December hard to sustainReuters
Lynas Corp says unlikely to break even despite positive Dec cashflowThe Star Online
Lynas hits the wall as Chinese prices slumpThe Australian

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Why the Lynas Corporation Share Price Fell Further Today - Money Morning Australia


Money Morning Australia

Why the Lynas Corporation Share Price Fell Further Today
Money Morning Australia
Shares of Lynas Corporation [ASX:LYC] fell 4.82% to $0.079. As I've been calling for many months, the share price is finally below 10 cents per share. This was clearly going to happen. The next target is 5 cents per share or less. This target should be ...

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