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Lynas willing to hold public forum - The Star Online


Lynas willing to hold public forum
The Star Online
KUANTAN: Rare earth mining company Lynas Corp has no problem holding a forum to engage the public on its latest development as it has nothing to hide, says its chief executive officer Amanda Lacaze. Lacaze said it was a good idea as the firm now had ...

Fears over Lynas shown to be unwarranted, says Mustapa - The Star Online


Fears over Lynas shown to be unwarranted, says Mustapa
The Star Online
KUANTAN: Rare-earth mining company Lynas Corp should hold a forum to update the public on its latest developments, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed. He said the concerns expressed by anti-Lynas protesters a ...

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Amanda Lacaze of Lynas on recent rare earth trends - InvestorIntel


InvestorIntel

Amanda Lacaze of Lynas on recent rare earth trends
InvestorIntel
July 28, 2016 — There seems little need to introduce Lynas Corporation Ltd. (ASX: LYC | OTC: LYSDY) to readers; after all, it appears, each time we write about this Australian rare earths producer, it unleashes a torrent of well-informed (and ...

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China demand for bauxite holds prices - InvestorIntel


InvestorIntel

China demand for bauxite holds prices
InvestorIntel
Malaysia has been vocal about mining activities that are not in line with environmental standards and became famous over the last three years when it managed to delay Australian rare earth producer, Lynas Corp., nearly bankrupting the company through ...

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MNN's Diggers 2016 preview - MiningNews.net (subscription)


MiningNews.net (subscription)

MNN's Diggers 2016 preview
MiningNews.net (subscription)
In an important step, this year's program features two female presenters in Gold Fields vice president: legal and compliance Kelly Carter, and Lynas Corporation CEO Amanda Lacaze. It is the first time a female speaker would have presented in at least ...

Here's why Lynas Corporation Limited shares surged 20% today - Motley Fool Australia


Sky News Australia

Here's why Lynas Corporation Limited shares surged 20% today
Motley Fool Australia
The Lynas Corporation Limited (ASX: LYC) share price surged 20% to 9 cents this morning after it released its quarterly activities report to the market. The rare earths producer advised that with 100% of neodymium-praseodymium capacity commissioned and ...
Australian company Lynas revenue surgesSky News Australia
Lynas quarterly rare earths sales riseIndustrial Minerals (registration)

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Why the Lynas Corporation share price soared today - Motley Fool Australia


Why the Lynas Corporation share price soared today
Motley Fool Australia
The Lynas Corporation Limited (ASX: LYC) share price surged 20.7% to 7.0 cents, after reporting that it had exceeded production targets. The rare earths producer says that because it beat those targets and was making principal payments on its debt ...

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Lynas Corp gets debt reprieve - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Lynas Corp gets debt reprieve
The Sydney Morning Herald
Struggling rare earths miner Lynas has earned a reprieve with its lenders agreeing to postpone payments due in May and September until December. The company said, in a statement on Monday, a $US2 million principal repayment due on June 30, as well ...

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Year-end turn in rare earth prices seen as Lynas losses near $1b - Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Year-end turn in rare earth prices seen as Lynas losses near $1b
Sydney Morning Herald
The wild ride for rare earths stocks may not be over, with a well-known expert on rare earths warning it may not be until the end of the year before prices rise – signalling concerns over the outlook for troubled rare earths producer Lynas Corp. Lynas ...

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Lynas Corp survives the price bust - The Advertiser


Lynas Corp survives the price bust
The Advertiser
Australian rare-earths miner Lynas has emerged from the industry's boom and bust as the lone survivor, and as chief executive Amanda Lacaze begins to market the firm to investors. A resurgent Lynas has seen its stock rally from a low point of 3.3c ...

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