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  1. World-first trial exports Aussie hydrogen

    salvation https://thebull.com.au/world-first-trial-exports-aussie-hydrogen/ might be long-term positive for coal elsewhere as well DYOR
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  2. IS COMEX TRYING TO PULL A FAST ONE AS SCOTIABANK VAULT DISAPPEARS?

    salvation BULLION BANKS RUN FOR THE HILLS AS THEY COVER THEIR GOLD SHORTS. https://www.bitchute.com/video/GvqtT5a92nLT/
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  3. Chart Of The Day: Platinum Gearing Up For Possible New Highs

    salvation https://www.investing.com/analysis/chart-of-the-day-platinum-gearing-up-for-possible-new-highs-200562907 DYOR
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  4. Commodity Markets: A Brief Overview

    salvation NFLATION INDICATORS ARE FIRING ON ALL CYLINDERS, BASE METALS SURGE, HISTORIC COPPER SHORTAGE https://www.bitchute.com/video/kCBk
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  5. GLOBAL ANTIMONY MARKET ANALYSIS, RECENT TRENDS AND REGIONAL GROWTH FORECAST BY 2021-26

    salvation https://www.bitchute.com/video/eMz01C4OoTv0/ DYOR
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  6. Chinese buying.

    salvation that would be no surprise Trudeau has been exceptionally China-friendly although there might a regime change in Canada sooner ra
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  7. How to Make Money out of Graphite and Graphene

    donMetcalfe Honestly saying making money on Grigor in 2020 isn't very profitable, there are far better options. The markets are very unstabl
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  8. Dave Kranzler Why Did CME Secure $7 Billion Credit Facility To Protect Against Default

    salvation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7quAiVos-JM
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  9. oil

    kamaiina Be lucky to hold $25bbl. It's stuffed. With half the world unemployed next month - a lot of industries will be on ice, or under
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  10. oil opec meet

    gvenso An estimated $1.2 Quadrillion Derivate market in Oil is being cleaned out by the actions of Russia and the Middle East. Those th
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  11. Commodities Week Ahead: Can Oil Rise Above Weak Demand? Gold Eyes Fed

    salvation https://m.investing.com/analysis/commodities-week-ahead-can-oil-rise-above-weak-demand-gold-eyes-fed-200431991 plenty of oil ...
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  12. National economy at risk unless oversize truck permit delays fixed

    salvation https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/business/the-economy/national-economy-at-risk-unless-oversize-truck-permit-delays-fixed-2018111
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  13. graphite in bear market

    adds04 So much for being a commodity of the futute. The future may be bright for demand if graphite. But supply is going to go gangbust
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  14. Mining rehabilitation fund details to remain secret after Qld Government to ban RTI requests

    krueger meanwhile the Tahmoor mine south of Sydney is in the news because water in a nearby local creek has been contaminated by long wa
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  15. Commodity markets under stress from oversupply

    bdTrades hello everyone... Have you been loosing to your broker ?.Do you want to have a life investment?.Do you need a good strategy and
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  16. Shell Cuts Debt With $7.25 Billion Sale of Canada Oil Sands

    bdTrades hello, i want to share a vital information about the biggest oil refinery in Africa, the Dangote oil refinery is seeking for inv
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  17. OOO

    MLF And go
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  18. Tesla to Slow Deliveries in Norway on Report of Dangerous Trucks

    salvation By March 25, 2018, 8:38 AM GMT+10 Elon Musk said Tesla Inc. will slow down deliveries in Norway, the automaker’s best market pe
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  19. Vanadium

    hoonose And then there's this ! https://stockhead.com.au/experts/next-boom-metal-just-needs-better-promoter-says-expert/
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  20. Soviet-Scale Mountain of Wheat Is Blow for Russia’s European Rivals

    waren buffet I expect putin to do something in the way of burning some of the surplus crops in a public way to demonstrate to Europe that Rus
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  21. Chris Berry Shares His Thoughts on Rising Graphite & Cobalt Demand

    telamelo BMO Capital Markets expects current Cobalt prices to double in the next two years as demand for electric-vehicle batteries conti
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  22. Trafigura Denies Involvement in North Korea Oil Transfer

    salvation By Kanga Kong and Dan Murtaugh January 2, 2018, 9:27 PM GMT+10 Updated on January 2, 2018, 11:18 PM GMT+10 South Korea on Tuesda
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  23. Orange Juice Stuck in Worst Rout in Five Decades as Demand Sinks

    HappyBear Obviously tropical fruits are the main feed here. I pay $2 a kilo for most fruits, which for whatever reason didn't get exported
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  24. France Passes Law Banning Oil and Gas Production by 2040

    salvation i believe the Chinese are helping to build some ( nuclear ) power plants , but can they go 100% fossil fuel free ??
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  25. Even With Trump Minerals Order, U.S. Miners Face Uphill Battle With China

    salvation By Susanne Barton Even if Donald Trump’s initiative on “critical minerals” strengthens the U.S. mining industry, domestic compan
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  26. Satellites Are Being Used to Expose Tightly Held Secrets in the Commodity Trading World

    salvation By Bloomberg December 16, 2017 A lump of coal is scooped onto a truck bed in Australia, driven to a port, loaded on a ship, pilo
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  27. The Heavy Metal Battle Between JPMorgan and This Historic Exchange

    salvation By Jack Farchy In its battle to restore its place in the market, the London Metal Exchange is taking aim at one of its largest c
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  28. A Commodity Superpower Asks What If India Turns Out Like China?

    salvation October 5, 2017, 11:00 PM GMT+10 Australia crunches numbers on raw materials outlook for India The scale of urbanization ‘has fe
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  29. Will Electric Vehicles Usher in a Transportation Revolution?

    salvation By Bob Kohut | 07.08.2017 Investors searching for opportunities in “next big thing” disruptive technologies are frequent visitor
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  30. Lithium and graphite companies

    adds04 Price has come to a level that the future Pe are really stretched, if a graphite or lithuim player ever mines an asset. Capital
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  31. Car industry revolution fuels Western Australia's lithium boom

    adds04 roasting your right. Who in the world imports the most energy commodities. It's China. So renewables are extremely important to
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  32. In coal-focused Pakistan, a wind power breeze is blowing

    salvation Chinese funding is still pushing a huge expansion in coal use, however, with wind and solar a secondary focus. Karachi wind farm
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  33. Tunnel visions: China bets big on subways as cities expand

    salvation LOL , talk about optimistic , after seeing their monorail ( or is that 'rattle-train ' ) in Sydney , would you trust them to bui
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  34. Tesla’s Australian Battery Fix Comes at ‘Big Price,’ Analyst Says

    silvester So much potential
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  35. Good news out of Africa as two Tanzanian plays soar

    roastingcopper So your saying Tanzania is right to withdraw companies the right to go to international arbitration due to dodgy decisions in th
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  36. Australia's first battery 'gigafactory' considered for Darwin

    ken_45 An Australian company has announced a bold plan to build Australia's first " gigafactory " in Darwin, producing custom-made li
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  37. Tanzania mining law overhaul hits junior explorers’ funding

    waz123 It basically boils down 2 T govt accusing ASX listed companies of not paying their dues in royalties. It is all bullshit, they h
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  38. Tanzanian explorers smashed on ASX

    ken_45 https://www.businessnews.com.au/article/Tanzanian-explorers-smashed-on-ASX
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  39. Tesla big SA battery plan forces Zen Energy to reconsider Port Augusta solar

    ken_45 A bold plan by Tesla's Elon Musk to build the world's biggest lithium ion battery in South Australia has thrown doubt on a proje
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  40. Analysts trim commodity forecasts, shining spotlight on miners

    salvation Myriam Robin Several agencies have downgraded their forecasts on key Australian commodity exports, potentially posing problems f
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  41. The All-Electric Aston Martin RapidE Will Bolt to Production in 2019

    salvation Now that zero-emissions mobility has real momentum, top luxury marques are making their move in the market with models that comb
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  42. South Australia teams with Tesla, Neoen to build world's biggest lithium ion battery in bid to secure power

    ken_45 trommel as long as gxy supply, it could be to space station lol
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  43. Mining jobs increase across Australia on the back of surging commodity prices

    adds04 Excellent, the economy is going to go well in the next couple years
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  44. UPDATE 1-Tanzania's Magufuli pushes for listing of mining firms

    HappyBear I had DRC based shares once but the government had 50% free carried already so I wasn't too worried as it can't get too much wor
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  45. ASX stocks rocked by propose Tanzanian laws

    salvation not likely from my ( very limited ) experience in African focused stocks , the uncertainty will linger ( maybe months or years )
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  46. Goldman Commodity Analysts Ask: How Did We Get It So Wrong?

    salvation By Alex Longley and Mark Burton Goldman Sachs Group Inc. analysts might not be the only ones to have incorrectly called commodit
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  47. Glencore Makes Takeover Approach to U.S. Grain Trader Bunge

    salvation Makes Takeover Approach to Grain Trader Bunge Glencore Plc, the commodity giant led by billionaire Ivan Glasenberg, has made a t
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  48. $100 bill Infrastructure buid

    ken_45 China wants 'new Silk Road' One Belt One Road project to help it dominate world trade. http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-05-14/
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