Today we find ourselves discussing all the action from the Lithium world once again. And there’s a lot to discuss. Starting with Azure Minerals (AZS) who are in a trading halt pending an announcement of a change in control. We reckon there’s a deal with SQM in play.
Meanwhile, Wildcat (WC8) releases some headline-grabbing drill hits off the back of media speculation that Min Res (MIN) were looking to secure shares off-market.
SQM takes a bite of the yet-to-be-listed Pirra Lithium while Develop’s (DVP) scheme with Essential gets the vote over the line.
And to round it out, we discuss Liontown’s (LTR) funding package, finally.
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(0:57) Intro and alternative sponsor pitch
(8:35) Azure in trading halt pending “Change of Control” – SQM?
(17:01) Wildcat rumoured to be on Min Res’ radar amid juicy hit
(27:21) SQM takes 40% of Pirra Lithium
(34:32) Develop’s deal Essentially completed
(37:33) We unpack LTR’s Funding Package