On Stockhead today, who’s winning the ASX sand wars, why Sprott CEO Rick Rule prefers gold over uranium, and is a new Crypto Age dawning?

 

But first … the day ahead.

Set to list at 2pm EST is copper developer and explorer Recharge Metals Limited (ASX:REC).

 

TRADING HALTS

Monday
Seafarms Group (ASX:SFG) – project cost update
Alchemy Resources (ASX:ALY) – capital raising
Vanadium Resources (ASX:VR8) – capital raising
New Talisman Gold Mines (ASX:NTL) – rights issue update

Tuesday

Recce Pharmaceuticals (ASX:RCE) – cleansing notice correction
Suvo Strategic Minerals (ASX:SUV) – mineral resource estimate
4DS Memory (ASX:4DS) – technical update
Resource Mining Corporation (ASX:RMI) – disposal of sale shares
Antilles Gold (ASX:AAU) – capital raising
Nova Minerals (ASX:NVA) – drill results

 

MARKETS

Gold: $US1,756.79 ($2,404.02) (+0.09%)

Silver: $US22.65 ($30.99) (+0.33%)

Oil (WTI): $US79.59 (+1.65%)

Oil (Brent): $US82.50 (+0.77%)

Coal: $US235.00 (+1.34%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US122.86 (+4.03%)

AUD/USD: $US0.7304 (-0.03%)

Bitcoin: $US55,563.50 ($76,033.93) (+2.26%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING LAST WEEK?

The silica sandstorm got your attention.

And this chat with Chalice CEO.

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LAST WEEK’S BIGGEST WINNERS

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Rewardle Holdings (ASX:RXH) unveiled a deal that would see it earn equity in BNPL firm SplitPay.

Hannans’ (ASX:HNR)  MoU to commercialise lithium-ion battery recycling technology in Scandinavia is progressing.

Biotech Immuron (ASX:IMC) jumped 19% this morning, after announcing a recent publication of the potential antiviral benefits of its lead drug, IMM-124E.

 

 LAST WEEK’S BIGGEST LOSERS

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Sensera (ASX:SE1) plunged after telling shareholders it was not able to go ahead with its plans to provide rapid COVID testing in volumes that would make it commercially viable.