On Stockhead today, the 3 decarbonisation stocks on Capital H’s list, WoodMac’s gas and LNG trends in 2022, and hypersonic Aussie spaceplanes are real.

 

TRADING HALTS

The following companies went into trading halts today and are expected out in the next few days:

Lunnon Metals (ASX:LM8) – exploration update

MRG Metals (ASX:MRQ) – capital raising

Gladiator Resources (ASX:GLA) – capital raising

 

MARKETS (prices updated at 8.30am AEDT)

Gold: US$1,824.13 ($2,499.34) (-0.06%)

Silver: US$23.22 (+0.47%)

Oil (WTI): US$82.36 (-0.32%)

Oil (Brent): US$84.49 (-0.21%)

Coal: US$205 (+4.01%)

Iron 62pc Fe: US$128.66 (+1.51%)

AUD/USD: US$0.7301 (+0.23%)

Bitcoin: US$43,675.49 ($58,417.13) (+1.61%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING YESTERDAY?

This fireside chat with Liontown Resources boss Tony Ottaviano on selling into the world’s hottest commodity market was popular:

But really all you wanted to hear about is WT actual F China thinks it’s doing making artifical suns:

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YESTERDAY’S WINNERS

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Nanocap Atlas Pearls (ASX:ATP) roared into the close following a trading update at 3:13pm EST, after upgrading its half-year revenue forecast to $12-$13m amid strong conditions in the international pearl market.

Queensland-based explorer Carnaby Resources (ASX:CBY) is basking in the glory of copper paydirt since confirming a major discovery at its ‘Nil Desperandum’ prospect on December 29.

 

YESTERDAY’S LOSERS

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The big loser in Thursday trade was Wildcat Resources (ASX:WC8), after providing assay results from an RC drilling program and rock chip sampling at its Wildplay joint venture project in WA’s Eastern Goldfields.

WC8 said the results confirmed a new “priority target zone” for further testing, but investors were looking for more as the stock fell by more than 30%.