We’ve got a couple great deep dives for the Money Miners today, with De Grey (DEG) and Latin Resources (LRS) releasing significant studies for us to enjoy.
We also give a brief shout out to 29 Metals (29M), who attracted only 10% of their retail shareholders into their entitlement offer, plus MinRes (MIN) getting the greenlight for Bald Hill and Gina appearing to pick up another 2% of Liontown (LTR).
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(2:29) The De Grey DFS finally drops
(23:34) Latin Resources release “robust” PEA
(35:48) 29M retail investors take up just 10%
(37:54) Gina buying up more LTR
(38:46) MinRes scooping up Bald Hill gets the green light