We unpack the highs and lows (mostly lows) for the quarterly reports released in the last couple of days.
Pilbara Minerals (PLS.asx) is the stand-out (as per usual) adding a further $656m of cash to the balance sheet.
On the other end of the spectrum, Panoramic (PAN.asx), 29 Metals (29M.asx), Galena (G1A.asx) and Ora Banda (OBM.asx) are all losing money on their operations. We discussed where all those companies are sitting in terms of funds, capital raises and debt-facility drawdowns.
Of keen interest to the Money of Mine team, Sayona (SYA.asx) saw some Director’s sell shares on market.
Encounter (ENR.asx) have also put their hat in the ring for the West Arunta Niobium chase, releasing 2 holes confirming the presence of the enigmatic mineral. Will WA1 get pipped from 1st place in the West Arunta?
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(3:37) Sayona Directors selling shares
(5:56) Pilbara Minerals add MORE + MORE cash
(10:17) Panoramic raising money
(12:44) 29m burning cash at Golden Grove
(16:28) Will Galena survive?
(22:30) Ora Banda losing on open pits
(27:02) Encounter competing with WA1 for Niobium glory