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Lynas Rare Earths Limited (LYSDY)

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6.02-0.32 (-5.05%)
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Previous Close6.34
Open6.18
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range6.00 - 6.30
52 Week Range4.25 - 8.73
Volume92,957
Avg. Volume128,458
Market Cap5.54B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.82
PE Ratio (TTM)28.67
EPS (TTM)0.21
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateOct 23, 2014
1y Target EstN/A
  • Bloomberg

    Pro-China Agents Posed as Activists to Protest US, Canada Mines

    (Bloomberg) -- Pro-Chinese agents posed as concerned local residents on social media to try and spark protests over the opening of rare earth mines in the US and Canada, cybersecurity researchers said in a new report.Most Read from BloombergRussia Slips Into Historic Default as Sanctions Muddy Next StepsBig Tech Sinks Stocks Bruised by Recession Jitters: Markets WrapChina Cuts Travel Quarantine in Biggest Covid Zero Shift YetTesla Lays Off About 200 Autopilot Workers, Most of Them HourlyNATO Exp

  • Reuters

    Pro-China digital campaign targets mining firms - cybersecurity report

    A pro-China propaganda campaign used fake social media accounts to try to stir up opposition, including protests, against mining firms that challenge China's business interests, U.S.-based cybersecurity firm Mandiant said on Tuesday. While politically motivated disinformation campaigns on social media have grown increasingly common, researchers say, such an operation targeting a specific industry of strategic importance to China is rare. The digital campaign, known to researchers as Dragonbridge, flooded Twitter and Facebook in recent months with posts raising environmental and health concerns over the operations of three major mining firms: Australia’s Lynas Rare Earths Ltd, Canada’s Appia Rare Earths and Uranium Corp, and USA Rare Earth.

  • Reuters

    Australia's Lynas gets $120 million Pentagon contract for U.S. rare earths project

    Australia's Lynas Rare Earths has signed a $120 million follow-on contract with the U.S. Department of Defense to build a commercial heavy rare earths separation facility in Texas, the firm said on Tuesday. Lynas is the world's largest processor of rare earths outside China, and the contract with its U.S. subsidiary builds on 'Phase 1' funding for a facility announced in July 2020. Lynas intends to combine the heavy rare earth separation plant with a light rare earth separation facility, which is half-funded by the Defense Production Act office of the U.S. Department of Defense.