Tasman Metals Ltd

US equities continue to sink, Jan.11-15

U.S. stocks retreated, continuing the U.S. market’s worst-ever start to the calendar year, as oil prices tumbled and investors worried about the health of the Chinese economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 2.2% to 15,988.08 and the…

Consultant Tony Mariano (left) and Tasman Metals chief geologist Magnus Leijd at the Norra Karr rare earth project, 300 km southwest of Stockholm, Sweden. Source: Tasman Metals

Tasman’s Norra Karr on top of Europe’s wish list

VANCOUVER — The global rare earth element supply crisis in 2010 served as a “wake-up call” to businesses and governments, and future supply “poses supply security concerns,” according to a recent study commissioned…

U.S. equities march higher, Jan. 20-23

U.S. stocks snapped a three-week losing streak to close the abbreviated trading week higher. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 161.03 points, or 0.9%, to finish at 17,672.60, while the S&P 500 Index moved up 32.4 points, or 1.6%, to…

US markets, Jan. 20-24

Investors soured on U.S. equities over the holiday-shortened period, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 580 points to 15,879.11, the S&P 500 Index lost 51 points to 1,790.29 and the Nasdaq Composite Index was off 94 points to 4,128.17.

U.S. markets, Oct. 14-18

A last-minute deal to prevent a U.S. default — along with the reopening of government offices — sent the S&P 500 into record territory, helped by a growing consensus that Washington would not taper quantitative easing until at…

U.S. markets, July 8-12

U.S. stocks closed the trading week in the green, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average adding 2.2%, or 328.46 points, to 15,464.30. The S&P 500 Index rose nearly 3%, or 48.3 points, to 1,680.19, and the Philadelphia Gold & Silver Index…

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