Neo Performance Materials and Uranium Sector Leads this Week-in-Review….

“US Futures are down across the board, with no new economic data or major earnings expected. Investors are looking to the August jobs report, scheduled for Friday, as they weigh up how big a rate hike could be coming from the Fed in September.

Last week saw equity markets close the last week on a down note, as all three major U.S. indexes sold off sharply for their worst closes in months after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank would continue fighting inflation with rate increases. Don’t expect much in the way of a reprieve in early trading as we get the day under way.” – Kevin Thomsen, Morning Chatter for August 29, 2022

Friday was an intense day of speculation and discussion in the rare earths sector. With breaking news early AM with Agreement to acquire strategic shareholding in Neo Performance Materials and cornerstone investment in Hastings by Wyloo Metals, Christopher Ecclestone put out a piece on InvestorIntel titled Neo Performance and Hastings – Will Wonders Never Cease? — that was followed later that day, with a second announcement Neo Performance Materials Announces $67.5 Million Bought Deal Treasury Offering of Common Shares.

Allow me to remind you that Constantine Karayannopoulos will be the luncheon speaker at the Critical Minerals Institute‘s summit scheduled for Wednesday, November 9, 2022.

This morning, we see indicators that the uranium sector has interest, we coincidentally have a headline story written by Jack Lifton titled Are we slaves to Russian uranium processing? It seems we are in the right place at the right time as we start out the schedule this week with 2 uranium companies… followed by an antimony story on Thursday. line-up for this week:

  • 9-9:20 AM EST, Tuesday, August 30, 2022 — with John Cash from Ur-Energy Inc. (NYSE American: URG | TSX: URE), click here to register
  • 9-9:20 AM EST, Wednesday, August 31, 2022 — with Dev Randhawa from Fission 3.0 Corp. (TSXV: FUU | OTCQB: FISOF), click here to register
  • 9-9:20 AM EST, Thursday, September 1, 2022 — with Christopher Ecclestone from Molten Metals Corp. (CSE: MOLT), click here to register

Now for some highlights from the Week-in-Review for the week of August 22-26, 2022 —

The Top 10 Trending Columns on for the last 30-days include:

  1. Nano One’s cathode materials are inventing the zero-emission battery future
  2. Announcing the Launch of the Critical Minerals Institute for Companies and Experts Focused on Electric Vehicles, Green Energy and Secure Supply Chains
  3. The King of Tin is Alphamin
  4. Rare earths expert Alastair Neill on Vital Metals
  5. Lynas Bets $500 Million on Rare Earths Market Expansion
  6. Zentek sets its sights on treating skin conditions as it expands potential uses for its ZenGUARD graphene coating
  7. Eye on the price of uranium, Cameco brings crown jewel back into production and Ur-Energy is set to go.
  8. Molybdenum – securing a domestic supply of the vital but underappreciated mineral
  9. A titan of titanium – with a big HAMR
  10. Valeo Pharma’s Steve Saviuk talks about the US$40M non-dilutive financing from Sagard Healthcare Partners

InvestorIntel Columns to REVIEW:

ii8 System News Releases for the Week in Review for August 22-26, 2022:

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