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But first, the day ahead.


The following stocks went into trading halts Monday and are expected out in the coming days:

Vulcan Energy Resources (ASX:VUL) – Capital raise.

H&G High Conviction (ASX:HCF) – Capital raise.

Aerison Group (ASX:AE1) – Halted prior to an announcement about a significant debt that the company is owed by a mystery “iron ore producer in the Pilbara region”, along with an assessment of financing arrangements with Aerison’s principal debt provider.

Kalamazoo Resources (ASX:KZR) – Corporate transaction.

Hamelin Gold (ASX:HMG) – Capital raising.

4DMedical (ASX:4DX) – Capital raising and a new, material commercial arrangement.

MetalsTech (ASX:MTC) – Stand by for a “transformative resource upgrade at the flagship 100%-owned Sturec Gold Mine located in Slovakia”.

Codrus Minerals (ASX:CDR) – Exploration results from its Karloning REE project in Wa.

St Barbara (ASX:SBM) and Genesis Minerals (ASX:GMD) both went into trading pauses late in the day as well.



Gold: $US2041.53 (-0.12%)

Silver: $US25.55 (-0.14%)

Nickel (3mth): $US24,025/t (+2.02%)

Copper (3mth): $US9002.50/t (+0.27%)

Oil (WTI): $US68.58 (+0.01%)

Oil (Brent): $US782.51 (+0.32%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US107.50/t (-0.94%)

AUD/USD: 0.6610 (+0.14%)

Bitcoin: $US29,156 (+2.24%)



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Greenwing Resources (ASX:GW1), jumped over 25% on Thursday, making for a very interesting week so far.

On Monday, the company announced that CEO Craig Lennon had resigned, and will be leaving the company at the end of June this year, after steering the company into a tasty-looking “transformative investment agreement” with Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer NIO.

On Thursday, Greenwing revealed that the drills have started spinning at its San Jorge lithium project located in Catamarca Province, Argentina, just a couple of hundred kilometres (and two large lakes away) from the birthplace of Lionel Messi.

3 holes are firmly planned –  enough to juggle to lead the gains amid broader headwinds.

Firebrick Pharma (ASX:FRE), climbed as high as +33% mid afternoon before easing to finish at +25%.

On Monday, FRE announced a $1 million placement led by the company’s senior management team (with support from sophisticated shareholders), and dropped like a stone from $0.183 to $0.140.

The company says it is working towards finishing  the Phase-3 trials of its Covid-19 drug, Nasodine.

Greentech Minerals (ASX:GTM), continued its price run from Wednesday, adding 24% this morning to take its total rise since Monday morning to about +160%.

GRE took off spectacularly on Wednesday morning, after revealing that it had drilled into a thicc copper dominant mineralised horizon with significantly increased thickness and grades up to 5.4% Cu, which also sports some happy side piece gold and cobalt action to keep things nice and spicy.

That eased off during the afternoon, leaving it trading at $0.220 per share, up 18.9% from Wednesday’s closing price and 156% higher for the week.

Thursday morning’s stand-out leader, Caspin Resources (ASX:CPN), boomed through a 34% gain before lunch after recent assaying of aircore holes at its Duchess project found significant shallow Rare Earth Elements (REE).

However, it came right off the boil to finish the day more than 15% the better.



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