On Stockhead today, small cap winners in BHP’s Tesla deal, should you care about the Fear Index spike, and are you ready for hyperbitcoinisation?

 

But first … the day ahead.

Scheduled to list today is GWR spinoff Western Gold Resources (ASX:WGR) – not to be confused with currently listed Western Areas, Westar Resources, Western Mines, or WestGold Resources.

MARKETS

Gold: $US1,806.45 ($2,446.11) (+0.17%)

Silver: $US25.423 (+0.77%)

Oil (WTI): $US71.7000 (+1.99%)

Oil (Brent): $US73.5900 (+1.88%)

Coal: $US148.77 (-0.11%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US213.81 (-2.09%)

AUD/USD: $US0.7384 (+0.07%)

Bitcoin: $US$32,273.57 (+1.78%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING YESTERDAY?

A busy day for Tesla, as the EV maker looks to protect itself against the impending raw materials supply crunch.


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YESTERDAY’S WINNERS

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Peak Resources’ (ASX:PEK) rocketed 40% after its Ngualla rare earths project got the ‘green stamp’ for development by the cabinet of the Tanzanian Government.

That paves the way for financing, offtake and development, with construction at Ngualla targeted to kick off by the end of September 2022.

IT solutions company Damstra (ASX:DTC) leapt 20% after delivering a record a quarterly revenue of $9.1m in Q4, up 75% on previous corresponding period (pcp).

Emerge Gaming (ASX:EM1) rose 18% on a solid quarter update which includes a 19% quarter-on-quarter increase of cash receipts to $5.6 million.

After dropping 20% yesterday, Piedmont Lithium (ASX:PLL) clawed back 13% after partially addressing claims the company repeatedly delayed seeking approval from Gaston County in North Carolina for its proposed lithium mine.

“We confirmed last night that we would submit our North Carolina state mining permit application in August 2021 as planned,” president and CEO Keith Phillips said.

Meanwhile, fintech MoneyMe (ASX:MME) surged 7% in the wake of booming Q4 numbers. Among the highlights in its trading update, MME said new loan originations rose to $161m in Q4, up 391% from the prior year period.

 

YESTERDAY’S LOSERS

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