VIDEO - David Tasker: Australian Juniors Cashed Up and Driving Value

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In particular, there’s been substantial interest in Western Australian gold projects, said David Tasker of Chapter One Advisors.

Black Butte Copper Project Completes Permitting

Sandfire Resources (ASX:SFR) announced that all permitting has been set up for the Montana-based Black Butte copper project. The company holds an 85 percent stake in the asset.

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Sandfire Resources announced that all permitting has been set up for the Montana-based Black Butte copper project.

5 ASX Gold Stock Picks for Weathering COVID-19

The coronavirus is having a widespread impact on mining companies around the world, and many investors have been left wondering where to put their money during this uncertain time.

To answer that question, analysts at Canaccord Genuity’s Australian division recently released a report that identifies ASX-listed gold companies that may be positioned to withstand the current environment.

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Canaccord Genuity’s Australian division has identified five ASX-listed gold stocks that should be able to withstand the current storm.

Mincor Resources Releases DFS for Integrated Nickel Restart

Mincor Resources (ASX:MCR,OTC Pink:MCRZF) announced the release of a definitive feasibility study (DFS) for its integrated nickel restart plan in Western Australia’s Kambalda District.

Highlights from the study are as follows:

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Mincor Resources released a definitive feasibility study for its integrated nickel restart plan in Western Australia’s Kambalda District. 

AVZ Minerals Shares Tin and Tantalum Recoveries from Manono

AVZ Minerals (ASX:AVZ) announced preliminary tin and tantalum recoveries following the release of flotation test work results at its Manono lithium and tin project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Highlights from the release are as follows:

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AVZ Minerals announced preliminary tin and tantalum recoveries from its Manono lithium and tin project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

COVID-19 Forces Closure of Lynas’ Malaysian Rare Earths Plant

Australia-listed Lynas (ASX:LYC,OTC Pink:LYSCF) is the latest mining company to at least partially call it quits due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The company announced on Monday (March 23) that it has suspended production at its Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) in Malaysia as cases and deaths in the country increase.

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The company’s Mt Weld mine and concentration plant in Western Australia continued to operate as of Monday.

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