Today we have swapped out JD (who is still enjoying his Melbourne oat lattes) for Alexandra Gelevitis aka Ally G. She brings with her some impressive knowledge of the industry accrued from 5+ years investment banking and we leverage that intellect to take a guess at what the next deals could be in the gold space which is prime for consolidation.
Plus Matty unpacks the announcement that Byrnecut won the Liontown contract (ASX:LTR) and we ask the question if there is a funding gap. And we take a look at the myriad of capital raisings hitting the ASX at 12 month share price lows.
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(5:01) Min Res confirmed the buyer of Delta
(7:21) Core Lithium with $100m Raise
(10:58) Nickel Capital Raisings
(11:55) 29M Raise Rumour Retracted
(13:41) Liontown gives job to Byrnecut + funding implications
(24:51) We Speculate on the Gold M&A wave