Tag: Primary Metals
7 months ago
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Nippon Makes Steely Bet on a U.S. Manufacturing Renaissance

Japan’s Nippon Steel is betting that it can profit from an industrial renaissance—and duck treacherous American politics

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9 months ago
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Albemarle Drops $4.16 Billion Offer for Lithium Miner Liontown Resources

U.S. company cites difficulty of completing deal after Australia’s richest woman bought large stake in Liontown

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9 months ago
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Albemarle’s Liontown Deal the Latest Threatened by Assertive Shareholders

Volatile global markets could be making it hard for buyers and shareholders to agree on asset valuations

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9 months ago
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Chinese EV Suppliers Invest in U.S. Free-Trade Partners in Bid to Tap American Market

Battery-makers’ route around legal barriers runs through South Korea and Morocco

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10 months ago
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Albemarle Gets Extra Week to Produce Liontown Offer as Hurdles Mount

Australia’s Liontown said Albemarle requested the extension

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10 months ago
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Australia’s Hancock Prospecting Takes Strategic Stake in Albemarle Target Liontown

Liontown is developing one of the largest and highest-grade hard rock lithium deposits in the world

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10 months ago
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U.S. Considers Dropping Sanctions Against Israeli Billionaire in Push for EV Metals

Nickel is an essential component of electric-vehicle batteries and Indonesia is by far the world’s largest producer. ...

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over 1 year ago
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Liontown Rejects $3.68 Billion Approach by Lithium Giant Albemarle

Australian lithium miner Liontown Resources Ltd. rejected a takeover proposal by Albemarle Corp., saying it materiall...

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over 1 year ago
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Australia’s Economic Growth Moderates Even as Consumers Keep Spending

Australia’s economy grew by less than expected in the third quarter, even as consumer spending continued to rise desp...

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almost 2 years ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Sanctioned Russian Oligarch Explores Ways to Ease the Pain of Restrictions

The Russian steel magnate, who was sanctioned by the U.S., the European Union and the U.K. following the invasion of ...

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almost 3 years ago
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South32 to Acquire 45% Stake in Chile’s Sierra Gorda From Sumitomo

South32 Ltd. will pay up to $2.05 billion for a 45% stake in Chile’s Sierra Gorda copper mine.

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almost 3 years ago
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Commodity Markets Are All Gummed Up

Commodities are a favorite play during periods of high inflation, but markets are dealing with some unusual risk fact...

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almost 3 years ago
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Can Europe Force China Onto a Low-Carbon Diet?

Europe’s proposed carbon border tax has prompted a strong response from China, which is the world’s largest producer ...

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about 3 years ago
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Commodity Price Surges Add to Inflation Fears

Higher prices for commodities like corn, copper and iron ore are flowing through to more companies and consumers, mak...

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about 3 years ago
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Record Iron Ore Prices Have Rusty Underpinnings

Politics and capacity constraints are behind the surge in iron ore prices over the past few days. Neither will necess...

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about 3 years ago
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Australian Stocks Set First Record High Since Pandemic Began

Australia’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic has passed another milestone with its benchmark share index closin...

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