Canada Markets closed

Piedmont Lithium Inc. (PLL)

NasdaqCM - NasdaqCM Real Time Price. Currency in USD
Add to watchlist
40.95-2.45 (-5.65%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
42.45 +1.50 (+3.66%)
After hours: 07:47PM EDT
Full screen
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
Previous Close43.40
Bid40.57 x 1000
Ask40.99 x 1000
Day's Range40.75 - 44.26
52 Week Range40.65 - 79.99
Avg. Volume535,091
Market Cap649.852M
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.55
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.02
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est100.80
  • Business Wire

    Piedmont Lithium and Sayona Mining Formalize Restart Plans for North American Lithium in Quebec

    BELMONT, N.C., June 28, 2022--Piedmont Lithium ("Piedmont") (Nasdaq: PLL; ASX: PLL), a leading, diversified developer of lithium resources critical to the U.S. electric vehicle supply chain, today announced that the board of directors of Sayona Quebec Inc. ("SYQ"), which is owned 75% by Sayona Mining ("Sayona") and 25% by Piedmont, authorized the restart of spodumene concentrate production at its North American Lithium ("NAL") project located near Val-d’Or, Quebec. The NAL restart will feature s

  • Reuters

    Australia's Sayona, partner approve restart of Quebec lithium plant operation

    Shares of Sayona Mining jumped nearly 18% to A$0.165 by 0527 GMT, hitting their highest since June 7, while the broader market rose more than half a percent. The proposed upgrade and restart of the Québec-based North American Lithium (NAL) operation have been funded through cash contributions by both Sayona and Piedmont Lithium. Piedmont has a 25% stake in Sayona Quebec, the Sayona Mining unit which owns NAL.

  • Reuters

    FOCUS-Piedmont Lithium looks abroad amid North Carolina uncertainty

    Piedmont Lithium Inc's first steps toward securing lithium supplies will be in Quebec or Ghana, not the United States, as an intensifying North Carolina regulatory review delays the miner's goal of anchoring America's electric vehicle battery renaissance. The delay has forced Piedmont to expand its strategy beyond its proposed North Carolina mine - a project it has touted as the best way to help secure American energy independence, but one that now faces a regulatory quagmire - and fund mines abroad. "We think two of our projects will happen faster than our Carolina Lithium project: Quebec and Ghana," said Chief Executive Keith Phillips.