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Core Lithium reveals Finniss DFS

Emerging Northern Territory lithium producer Core Lithium (ASX: CXO) has released the Definitive Feasibility Study for its Finniss Lithium Project, located near Darwin in the Northern Territory. The DFS confirms that Core is well positioned to be the next lithium producer in Australia, with a low-risk, open pit mining operation and DMS processing up to 180,000tpa of high-quality lithium concentrate with robust margins.

Mineral Resources prices US$700 million senior unsecured notes offering

Mineral Resources (ASX: MIN) announced the pricing on 12 April of its US$700 million 8.125% Senior Unsecured Notes due 2027 in an offering to persons reasonably believed to be qualified institutional buyers pursuant to Rule 144A under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and to certain persons outside the United States in offshore transactions in reliance on Regulation S under the Securities Act.

Northern Minerals highlights positive signs for rare earth sector

Heavy rare earths developer Northern Minerals (ASX: NTU) has shared its insights into positive signs that the rare earths sector is seeing more activity emerging. In the past few weeks, the reported price for dysprosium has increased by over 20 per cent, while Lynas Corporation brought M&A focus to the forefront of ASX investors following a $1.5 billion takeover approach by conglomerate Wesfarmers.

Great Western Exploration to commence high-impact drilling to test Jundee gold analogue

Great Western Exploration (ASX: GTE) reports that detailed analysis of recent diamond drilling results has provided a significantly enhanced understanding of both the nature and the structural controls of the gold mineralisation at the Ives Find prospect, located within its Yandal West gold project. The company is planning to drill an initial 10 holes to an average depth of 150 metres to test new deeper targets.

Sundance Resources provides AustSino, Cameroon govt updates

Sundance Resources Limited (ASX: SDL) has provided a market update on both meetings with the Cameroon government and its noteholder agreement with AustSino Resources Group. Sundance and AustSino have extended the endate of their noteholder agreement to June 30, whilst the Cameroon govt has signaled plans to reinstate the Mbalam Convention with the company.