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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
Lynas updated shareholders on its debt position early this week. This is something that I've been warning investors about for months. The company announced that it failed to negotiate a re-structure of its senior debt facility. Is this the first sign ...

Lynas Corp, Nomura Clash; Neodymium, Cerium Oxide Prices Drag Weekly Index - MetalMiner


Lynas Corp, Nomura Clash; Neodymium, Cerium Oxide Prices Drag Weekly Index
MetalMiner
Lynas Corporation's debt restructuring has hit a hurdle (which rare earths prices on our weekly index dropped). If you'd like to know more about Lynas and Nomura's dust-up, there's an intense-looking lady in a video for Finance Network News who can ...

Iron ore bounceback fails to lift shares - Sydney Morning Herald


Sky News Australia

Iron ore bounceback fails to lift shares
Sydney Morning Herald
Standards publisher SAI Global lost 1.3 per cent to $4.43 as final bids for its proposed takeover closed with no announcement. Rare earths miner Lynas Corporation was the worst-performing stock in the ASX 200 for the second day running, dropping ...
Market Wrap: Aus shares sent lower by the banksFinance News Network
Australian shares track dollar downThe Age
Australia shares lose ground on China data, miners recover modestlyReuters UK

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Stocks to watch on Tuesday - Sydney Morning Herald


Stocks to watch on Tuesday
Sydney Morning Herald
The company's shares are also trading ex-dividend. LYC - LYNAS CORPORATION - down two cents, or 13.3 per cent, at 13 cents. Troubled rare earths miner Lynas has cut talks over a restructure of a $US225 million loan, meaning it will soon need to make a ...

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Is this the end for Lynas Corporation Limited? - Motley Fool Australia


Finance News Network

Is this the end for Lynas Corporation Limited?
Motley Fool Australia
Rare earths miner Lynas Corporation Limited (ASX: LYC) has ceased negotiations with its financier, in a sign it could be close to the end of its existence. Shares in the company have fallen 10% to 13.5 cents in mid-morning trading. In an announcement ...
Lynas Corp funding restructure hits hurdleFinance News Network
Why the Lynas Corporation Share Price Fell TodayMoney Morning Australia
Lynas halts negotiations over debt repayment for its rare earths facilityIndustrial Minerals (registration)
The Rakyat Post
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Lynas Corp funding restructure hits hurdle (00:00) - The Age


Lynas Corp funding restructure hits hurdle (00:00)
The Age
Lynas Corp funding restructure hits hurdle (00:00). Lynas Corporation Limited's (ASX:LYC) attempts to restructure its existing senior debt facility with Nomura have hit a hurdle. 15/09/14. Trade Me Group Limited (ASX:TME, NZE:TME) buys a Wellington.

Lynas Corp Gets Green Light, But Rare Earths Price Index Still At Dismal All ... - MetalMiner


Lynas Corp Gets Green Light, But Rare Earths Price Index Still At Dismal All ...
MetalMiner
Well, looks like Lynas Corp. has been granted a full license for its Lynas Advanced Material Plant (LAMP) operating in Kuantan, Malaysia, amidst much civilian protest – but that actually seems moot in light of recent news. MetalMiner's monthly Rare ...
Why Molycorp, Inc. Stock Crashed 71% in 2014Motley Fool

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Lynas Corp wins full mining licence in Malaysia despite protests - Asian Correspondent


Asian Correspondent

Lynas Corp wins full mining licence in Malaysia despite protests
Asian Correspondent
A full licence granted to rare earths mining company Lynas Corp Ltd. may be a big win for the industry, but for ordinary citizens battling for their health and safety it is a major setback. Amin Abdullah, corporate communications manager of Lynas ...
Lynas wins full operating licence for its LAMPAustralian Mining

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Anti-Lynas activist deported as TOL for rare-earth plant expires tomorrow - The Malaysian Insider


The Malaysian Insider

Anti-Lynas activist deported as TOL for rare-earth plant expires tomorrow
The Malaysian Insider
The movement said the two-year temporary operating licence given to Australian miner Lynas Corporation, which was operating the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP), would expire tomorrow. The main concern over the rare-earth plant was ...
Anti-Lynas activist denied entry into MalaysiaThe Star Online
Malaysia refuses Sydney protester entrySBS
Malaysia refuses New Zealand activist entryYahoo!7 News
The Malay Mail Online -Asian Correspondent
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Rise Up, Dividends - Motley Fool Australia


Rise Up, Dividends
Motley Fool Australia
Then there are the out and out mistakes, like the disastrous one I made buying shares in Lynas Corp (ASX: LYC) at $1. I've sold out now, but not before booking a massive 85% loss. On the bright side, my initial stake in Lynas was small. Although ...

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