Hybridan Small Cap Wrap

As AIM brokers Hybridan are dedicated to fund raising and share price support.  They communicate the investment cases of their clients to the market through equity research, investor roadshows and investor newsletters.The Hybridan Small Cap Wrap is a weekly review of some of the most interesting small cap stories of the past week.  The review will usually be of those companies whose market capitalisations are less than £50m although we may occasionally cover larger companies

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  • ASX loses steam but which five stocks jumped on board the money train?

    7:43 am

    ASX loses steam but which five stocks jumped on board the money train?

    The ASX All Ord's started the day well bet lost impetus by the close to only add 0.1% to 5313. ACTION HERE: What stock traded massive volume and now has the world’s largest known combined Graphite-Vanadium deposit? Who joined their party? Find out here.

  • Cauldron Energy intersects high grade, near-surface uranium at Bennet Well

    7:26 am

    Cauldron Energy intersects high grade, near-surface uranium at Bennet Well

    The economic viability of mining Cauldron Energy’s Bennet Well uranium deposit in Western Australia could be improved by the intersection of high grade, near-surface uranium. There is potential to extend the size of the high grade zone.

  • Thundelarra starts copper, uranium drilling at Allamber Project

    5:55 am

    Thundelarra starts copper, uranium drilling at Allamber Project

    Thundelarra has a large work program in October - December at its Allamber and Red Bore projects. This includes reverse circulation drilling at the Allamber Project in the Northern Territory targets where previously identified copper and skarn-style replacement mineralisation as well as known uranium-copper mineralisation at Cliff South.

  • King River Copper intersects visible copper at Speewah Dome

    3:40 am

    King River Copper intersects visible copper at Speewah Dome

    Assay results are pending from Phase 2 exploration drilling at King River Copper’s Speewah Dome project in Western Australia. Visible copper was observed in a number of drill holes, which also confirmed robust mineralised structures, with potential strike lengths of many kilometres.