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February 17th, 2022

BHP to benefit from higher inflation, says CEO

BHP chief executive Mike Henry says the mining giant will benefit from a permanent shift to higher inflation because it will be positive for commodities and the company is a world beater on costs (reports The West Australian).

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February 17th, 2022

Silver demand tipped to soar

Expected demand for silver this year is “exceptionally promising” and forecast to grow by 8% to 1.112 billion ounces, according to The Silver Institute (reports MiningNews).

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February 10th, 2022

First Quantum to hunt for copper and gold at Boss’ Honeymoon uranium project

Deal with global giant comes as Cameco fuels uranium bulls with decision to restart two mines. Plus, Coda’s corporate action puts spotlight on its upside and Caspin likens its find to Chalice’s Gonneville

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February 10th, 2022

Surging prices, falling inventories confirm early stages of commodities boom

If you have ever wondered what the early stages of a commodities boom looks like, consider three comments made this week... “We’re out of everything.” - Jeff Currie, head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs. “No stopping the commodities freight train.” - U.S. investment bank, Jefferies. “Supply chains strung like piano wire.” - Paul House, chief executive of mining technology provider, Imdex.

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February 10th, 2022

Sulphur Springs resource expected to grow

Develop Global has received further exploration results from the A$10 million drilling program at Sulphur Springs in Western Australia (reports MiningNews).

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February 10th, 2022

Red 5 crushing it on KOTH commissioning

Red 5 has commenced commissioning of its new crusher at its flagship A$226 million King of the Hills gold operation, north of Leonora, Western Australia (reports MiningNews).

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February 10th, 2022

China could struggle to halt iron ore price charge

Chinese authorities face a struggle bringing the iron ore price under control, as strong fundamentals and the growing potential for a supply shock conspire to keep Australia's top export trading near a five-month high (reports The Australian Financial Review).

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February 10th, 2022

Welborn's Fenix to accelerate Pharos iron ore project

Iron ore minnow Fenix Resources has elected to accelerate a potential expansion of its production by issuing shares to ensure an early earn-in of 100% of the iron ore rights across the Pharos project from the tenements’ owner, Scorpion Minerals (reports MiningNews).

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February 10th, 2022

Nimy Resources identifies prospective conductor plates at Mons nickel project

A large-scale moving loop electro-magnetic (MLEM) survey by junior explorer Nimy Resources (ASX: NIM) has identified three conductor plates at the Mons nickel project in Western Australia (reports Small Caps).

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February 10th, 2022

Lithium price rockets 45pc with no end in sight

Prices for the lithium-rich spodumene concentrate that Australian miners send to the world’s battery manufacturers surged by 45.5 per cent in January, and experts say the record-breaking 15-month rally in lithium prices has further to run (reports The Australian Financial Review).

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Upcoming Events

17th February 2022
Investor Webinar: Gateway Mining
Gateway Mining (ASX: GML) Managing Director Mark Cossom will discuss recennt highlights from the Company's Gedgee Gold Project in Western Australia and its exploration strategy for 2022.