Indian makers of graphite electrodes offer purest play and most upside; BoAML sees 104% rally in Graphite India

By Moneycontrol News @moneycontrolcom China’s new policies, introduced in late-2016, mark the beginning of a possible 20-year demand upcycle for electrodes as cleaner EAFs start to replace blast furnaces. Global brokerage house Bank of America Merrill Lynch expanded its coverage of graphite electrodes (GE) with four new Buy ratings globally, including HEG and Graphite India as […]

The Shortest Distance Between the Mineral and the Battery

October 2, 2018 – Eric Vengroff, Financial Analyst, Graphite Daily Notwithstanding the cancellation of the rebates for electric vehicles in Ontario, Canada, and the very public trials and tribulations of Tesla and its colorful CEO growth in sales of electric and hybrid electric vehicles is likely here to stay. As the […]

Why graphite is set to steadily rise into the 2020s

‘Garimpeiro’ columnist Barry FitzGerald has covered the resources industry for 35 years

Barry FitzGerald writes his legendary Garimpeiro resources column weekly for Stockhead: Kalgoorlie’s big blue sky made a welcome return on the second day of the Diggers & Dealers bash. It was therapeutic stuff for those still dealing with the fallout from one too many shots the night before. Therapeutic perhaps, but not enough to take […]

Is Ceylon Graphite (CYL.V) being punished for originality?

By Lukas Kane – https://equity.guru/ The French philosopher and writer, Voltaire (1694-1778) once wrote a satirical verse, insinuating the esteemed Régent Philippe II had impregnated his own daughter. Although local scholars agreed the verse was structurally innovative, Voltaire was sentenced to 11 months imprisonment in the Bastille – a federal […]

Graphite: NextSource secures funds for advanced graphite testing

By Roskill – https://roskill.com/ NextSource, the Toronto-based graphite company, has successfully held a private placement which will enable it to carry out advanced testing on its SuperFlake® graphite concentrate for battery anode and expanded foil applications for specific customers. The material will be tested at SGS Minerals facility at Lakefield, Canada. […]

Senior Analyst at Roskill says Graphite Prices are Currently Very High Due to Tightening Markets

Kerry Satterthwaite, Carbon & Chemicals Division Manager and Sue Shaw, Senior Analyst at Roskill, tell Proactive Investors’ Andrew Scott that graphite prices are currently very high due to tightening markets for both natural and synthetic graphite in lithium-ion batteries and synthetic graphite in electrodes. Synthetic graphite price rises are the […]

Auto Industry Braces for Electric Shock

By Morgan Stanley – morganstanley.com By 2050, there may be one billion electric vehicles on the road worldwide, bringing opportunities—and challenges—for automakers and the supply chain. With advances in technology and growing consumer acceptance, the automobile industry’s electric-powered future is in sight. But what are the business implications for manufacturers as […]

Minerals Technologies (MTX) Surpasses Q2 Earnings and Revenue Estimates

Minerals Technologies (MTX) just came out with quarterly earnings of $1.28 per share, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.26 per share. This compares to earnings of $1.23 per share a year ago. These figures are adjusted for non-recurring items. This quarterly report represents an earnings surprise of 1.59%. A […]

Vein Graphite Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2018-2025

By thomas.mathew@statsandreports.com – https://thefreenewsman.com/ Pune, India—The report on Global Vein Graphite Market delivers comprehensive overview of the global market along with the market elements such as market drivers, market trends, challenges and restraints. Our analysts have done thorough analysis of all the major elements to define the future prospect of […]

How Big Will the Battery Boom Get? Try $548 Billion, BNEF Says

By Mark Chediak  – https://www.bloomberg.com/ Batteries will attract $548 billion in investments by 2050 as costs fall and homes and businesses push to use more clean energy. That’s one of the conclusions of the New Energy Outlook released Tuesday by analysts at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Batteries will become increasingly viable on […]

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