On Stockhead today, 10 bargain barrel ASX lithium stocks, how to understand uranium pricing, and who’s riding the met coal price boom?

But first … the day ahead.

 

TRADING HALTS

Monday

Locksley Resources (ASX:LKY) – price and volume query
Avira Resources (ASX:AVW) – capital raising
Sunshine Gold (ASX:SHN) – capital raising
Comet Resources (ASX:CRL) – metallurgical test work results

Tuesday

Centrex Metals (ASX:CXM) – extension fee update
Noronex (ASX:NRX) – project acquisition and capital raising
TerraCom (ASX:TER) – refinancing update
Vango Mining (ASX:VAN) – drilling results
Epsilon Healthcare (ASX:EPN) – material order

MARKETS

Gold: $US1,754.34 ($2,415.28) (+0.05%)

Silver: $US22.38 ($30.81) (-2.40%)

Oil (WTI): $US71.59 (-0.53%)

Oil (Brent): $US75.29 (-0.50%)

Coal: $US177.50 (+0.03%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US123.00 (+2.53%)

AUD/USD: $US0.7262 (-0.03%)

Bitcoin: $US47,565.33 (-1.09%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING LAST WEEK?

Uranium and lithium were the talk of the town.

 

And could an Evergrande collapse hit the Aussie bourse?

 

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LAST WEEK’S SMALL CAP WINNERS

Here are the best performing ASX small cap stocks for September 10 – September 17 [intraday]:

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Metal Hawk (ASX:MHK) +251%

It’s early days for explorer Metal Hawk but hitting massive nickel sulphide mineralisation on its first try at the Commodore prospect near Kalgoorlie has proved rewarding for the company.

It noted that the greenfields discovery, for which assay results are not available yet, has mineralisation consistent with high-grade Kambalda style komatiite-hosted massive nickel sulphide deposits.

Not bad for a project that has never been tested for nickel.

A-Cap Energy (ASX:ACB) +101%

With its shares gaining on the back of no news, A-Cap Energy is the poster child for the uranium halo effect.

The company holds the Letlhakane uranium project in Botswana but has cut back expenses there to focus on its Wilconi copper-nickel project.

Toro Energy (ASX:TOE) +100%

Snapping at its heels is Toro, which released info on the first phase of the re-engineering study for its Lake Maitland uranium and vanadium deposit.

Vanadium resources are currently being integrated into the uranium resource block model for optimisation.

Lake Maitland is part of the company’s Wiluna uranium project in Western Australia, which has already received environmental approvals.

 

LAST WEEK’S SMALL CAP LOSERS

Here are the worst performing ASX small cap stocks for September 10 – September 17 [intraday]:

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