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Source:Australian MiningLynas is bringing mergers and acquisitions (M&A) focus in rare earths to the forefront despite rejecting Wesfarmers’ $1.5 billion takeover bid at a time when the price for dysprosium has shown “seriously positive moves”.Dysprosium price has shot up more than 20 per cent while the price of terbium has also seen slight upward moves since February 2019, according to miner Northern Minerals.The emerging dysprosium producer believes this uptick points to a growing rare earth sector, though the Lynas takeover offer “does not suggest [Northern Minerals] is a takeover targe...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 18
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Source:GlobeNewswireNew York, NY, April 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Rare Earth Metals Market by Product (Cerium, Lanthanum, Neodymium, Praseodymium, and Others) and by Application (Catalyst, Magnets, Ceramics, Metallurgy, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2018–2025”....
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 17
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Source:CleanTechnicaThe term “rare earth element” has a specific meaning to scientists. Most people focus on the word “rare” and assume it means the 17 so-called rare earth elements are just that — rare. In fact, some of them are more abundant than copper.What makes them rare often has more to do with the relatively few places around the world where they can be found and the difficulty of separating them from other elements in commercially viable quantities. In today’s world, political considerations can also impact the availability of rare earth elements.For instance, much of&#...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 15
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Source:Science DailyCompanies and governments worldwide are anxiously watching the fate of a sprawling industrial facility 30 kilometers north of this city on the east coast of peninsular Malaysia.The 100-hectare Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) produces 10% of the world's output of rare earth oxides (REOs), minerals needed in technologies including mobile phones, hard drives, surgical lasers, and cruise missiles. Lynas, an Australian company, imports concentrated ores from mines in Australia and refines them in Malaysia, where costs are lower; it sells REOs—which include cerium comp...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 12
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