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Member Since: Mon, 27th Jul 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 229
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 6

Last Posted: Today 08:43


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Tue 10:49

What does GIGA stand for
Fri 16:50

What price will the share be in one year
or two years
1 Jul '16

The lithium carbonate price ranges from $10 000/t to $12 000/t, while the lithium hydroxide price is about $14 000/t. In China, the lithium hydroxide price reached its highest level – $30 000/t – during the first quarter of this year. However, the prices of both lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide have since subsided.

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1 Jul '16

The lithium carbonate price ranges from $10 000/t to $12 000/t, while the lithium hydroxide price is about $14 000/t. In China, the lithium hydroxide price reached its highest level – $30 000/t – during the first quarter of this year. However, the prices of both lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide have since subsided.

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27 Jun '16

A: There's a huge amount of vested interest, a lot people making these comments are politically motivated and also work for big banks that aren’t British. They’ve built these enormous dealing rooms and offices in the City of London and Canary Wharf and their bosses are saying we don't want to endanger this huge investment of ours. I don't think it will endanger that huge investment. You can't move the City of London to anywhere else in Europe. It's madness to suggest it. Frankfurt, the place everybody keeps talking about, only has a population of 700,000, it could not accommodate anything like the City of London. The City of London is absolutely guaranteed, it is bound to survive. The only center that could take over would be Zurich and that's not in the EU either. It's absolute drivel that the City of London will be affected. The City of London will go out and it will deal with these emerging economies in the Pacific Basin, Southeast Asia, Africa — they're all going to want finance for different things. You can't set up the City of London anywhere else. It takes years, and during that time the City of London will have grown stronger. Any attempt at usurping it will fail.

Q: How will London's role change?

A: It will become more global. There are only two global financial cities: New York and London. The fact London is no longer shackled to the EU means it will go out and deal with the rest of the world. New York is not in a great place, it is only in a great place for dealing with America and South America. The London time-zone is perfect for almost everywhere else in the world.
8 Jun '16

It is precisely what I have done selling part of my REM holding and buying EMH I am now in a nice profit on EMH
9 May '16

How can I buy MMS


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