More annual results with intriguing company commentary for us to pull apart today.
We get the ball rolling with a snippet from Monday’s Fortescue (FMG) investor call, honing in on why Fiona Hick departed after just 6-months in the job.
We have an in-depth discussion on Lynas (LYC), looking into their Kalgoorlie plant build, the social licence to operate and their current rare earth strategy. Then, Red5’s (RED) annual result caught our eye, with a close look at trade payables.
Ramelius (RMS) get a mention with majority ownership at Musgrave (MGV), while Hillgrove Resources (HGO) is our final talking point of the day, with the aspiring copper producer releasing some copper intercepts from depth.
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(1:11) Intro (with Brodes)
(7:07) Fortescue investor call
(10:16) Lynas Kal update, Community standing & Rare-earth strategy
(24:16) Red 5 post up annual numbers
(37:11) Ramelius get majority ownership at Musgrave
(37:35) Hillgrove approaching first production