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Explorer Battery Minerals reckons its second advanced graphite project, called “Balama Central”, will generate decent profits and cost just $97 million to build (reports Stockhead). Graphite is looking to be their way into the popular lithium-ion battery market: today, demand for graphite is primarily driven by the steel market but rapid growth in the lithium-ion battery industry is driving demand for both natural flake graphite and synthetic graphite. Each lithium-ion battery requires 60kg of graphite – more than twice the amount of lithium needed.

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Most investors won’t be surprised if the Federal Reserve raises rates next week. But some might, and that poses a risk for markets (reports The Wall Street Journal).

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Gold stormed back to the top of the Australian investors’ hit parade this week as the rolling chaos caused by the US President, Donald Trump, infected bond markets with a shock fall in interest rates – driving investors to an overlooked safe haven.

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A combination of the improving outlook for the gold price and the recent sell-off in Dacian Gold shares presented a compelling opportunity for investors, Blue Ocean Equities senior analyst Steuart McIntyre says.

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It’s not easy for a stock to rise by 30 per cent over two weeks without anybody seeming to notice (writes Tim Treadgold on Stockhead).

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There’s barely been a mention of it in the Australian media, but a $70 billion LNG construction boom is about to kick-off in Mozambique – and there is only one ASX-listed company which gives investors a direct exposure to this enormous opportunity (reports Stockhead).

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Emerging gold company EganStreet Resources (ASX: EGA) has delivered a 13% increase in its high-grade Resource base from 401,000oz to 454,000oz, demonstrating the high-grade nature of its flagship Rothsay gold project in WA and its potential to deliver a low-cost, high-margin operation, says Sydney analyst Gavin Wendt. A meeting with EganStreet Managing Director Marc Ducler has provided him with confidence that the company is “well on track” to successfully bring the Rothsay project into production, says Wendt.

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A reluctant Rio Tinto should do itself a favour and look at how Anglo American’s Aussie expat chief executive Mark Cutifani recently handled rampant speculation that the company had made a big copper-gold discovery (writes Barry FitzGerald on MiningNews).

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