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@statesideYikes - zinc now $1.22 and lead over $1. When will the unhedged jr producers in the space start to see some volume ? Probably not until the weeders top out.
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@Excelsior@stateside Great point about rising Zinc Lead prices not showing up in the Base Metal or the Silver miners valuations yet.
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@racker"Expect Downward Stock Pressure When Trading Resumes" - that's Haywood's Pardeep Sangha on Datawind $DW. The company reported financials Nov 21 showing a dissappinting Q2. Sangha thinks Q3 will also be tough thanks to India's demonetization. He is concerned with Datawind's cash position, slashing his target price on the low cost wireless provider to $1 from $4.50.
@newstrackerSolar cells made of tin cheaper, more viable. Researchers at University of Warwick in the UK have found how solar cells could be produced with tin, making them more adaptable and simpler to produce than their current counterparts. Dr Ross Hatton and colleagues show that perovskites using tin in place of lead are much more stable than previously thought, and so could prove to be a viable alternative to lead perovskites for solar cells. http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/science-technology/story/327785.html
@newstrackerUS government debt
- We are wondering who is going to buy new US government bond issues – to fund Trump’s new infrastructure plans.
- Middle Eastern sovereign funds are depleted by low oil prices and certain Trump comments may not have endeared him to leaders in this region.
- China is also not happy with Trump comments about trade barriers and may not wish to support his growth plans.
- The US dollar has strengthened making US Treasuries look more expensive compared with local currencies.
- Fund flows back into the US dollar may potentially spark a collapse in weaker emerging market currencies and starve local markets of capital.hile many other investors will buy the relative safety of US Treasuries we wonder how high US rates will need to go to attract sufficient funds.
- The world changed with the election of Donald Trump. Trump’s selection of key personnel around him is further evidence of this change and of his likely hard line stance towards other nations.
- Trump’s impact on the US dollar and on Fed interest rates is going to affect the rest of the world though it is still too early to know how this is going to play out.
- If Trump gets the cash to rebuild American infrastructure then demand for metals will rise in the US but this may be tempered by slower growth elsewhere
Source: SP Angel – Morning View – Thursday 24 11 16
@newstrackerOil prices edge higher despite doubts on OPEC-led cuts. The front to second-month WTI calendar spread traded at its widest level in seven months on Tuesday, although it narrowed slightly on Wednesday. The one to six-month spread traded at one of the widest levels since August. http://www.arabnews.com/node/1014831/business-economy#oil
@rackerFirst few trades for Advantage Lithium $AAL @ $1.20, though no bids above $1.11 now. Strength bodes well for their $20 million financing at $1 announced yesterday, which maybe Dundee and Canaccord pre-sold. No position.
@ayeyou$VVN used to call me all the time pitching all sorts of projects they were supposed to be getting into to pump the stock and ask me to buy " just the 36K at .015 or just take out the 16K at .02. Never did get into any of the supposed projects and stock never did much. Last idea they called me on was a chain of clinics to treat dementia and Alzheimer patients. Had Dr all signed etc etc never happened. Be careful.
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@newstracker$2-billion boost for Vancouver transit. TransLink’s board and the mayors council have unanimously approved the first phase of a 10-year transit plan that will see improvements to bus, rail and SeaBus service in the Vancouver area, starting in January. Bus service will be increased by 10 per cent across the region. HandyDART service will be increased by 15 per cent. SkyTrain and rail service will be increased by 20 per cent following the delivery of new rail cars. - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/news/b-c/2-billion-boost-for-vancouver-transit-1.3160239#sthash.sPxKeFqS.dpuf