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TLG, TALGA RESOURCES LTD
nipper
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Talga Appoints Morgan Stanley as Financial & Transaction Advisor. 18 Nov
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Morgan Stanley has strong commercial relationships with existing and potential Talga battery anode customers and joint venture/ development partners, and has acted in various M&A, corporate advisory and capital market roles for a range of major EV industry participants.

ABB and Talga Sign Agreement 
 for Swedish Battery Anode Project. 24 Nov
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Under the MoU, ABB will utilise its industrial automation and electrification expertise to develop and co-ordinate an extensive suite of production control and process solutions for Talga's vertically integrated lithium ion battery anode operations. In addition, ABB will work together with Talga and its partners to provide engineering support for the Vittangi Anode Project Definitive Feasibility Study, due for completion March 2021, with the intent to execute binding agreements for construction and operations in future.


now trading above $2 a share. (both Announcements not Market Sensitive)



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Not complaining, because I hold quite a few, and have resisted selling, but now Talga is pushing above $1.80.

No news (apart from the reality of bypassing pilot plant straight to anode production)



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enthusiastic buying up to $1.25. ... with a 15% lift today. TLG has got to be close to blow off, though. Nothing announced, a good presentation at a CSIRO conference, but that was a fortnight ago.



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and TLG made it through $1.00



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still running. got to 92c and that is alltime high (though some dilution along the way). Now pulling back a bit.



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delayed reaction, probably, to the notification from yesterday
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... announce significant increases in the natural graphite mineral resources within its wholly owned Vittangi Graphite Project....
could even be Europe based buying? up nearly 20% to 75c




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Ann. out for Talga to get on with it. Anode production, that is.

It will be interesting to see if any market reaction, as this is speeding things up.



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Quarterly out ......
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In the next quarter we will continue to advance partnerships to support the development and financing of the Vittangi project, and complete a range of studies to map out its larger scale production potential in step with our customer demands.

And, at the end of 2020 June quarter, cash in bank was A$5.1million (down from $6.6m at end of previous Q)



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Back in Menindee with some internet coverage today.
Had a long term sell order at 59 cents triggered Monday I think.
Canít complain.
love this corner country.
Not the first time we have been up here, but the first time I ever seen it looking like it should.
Lots of rain in the early part of the year has filled dams, promoted lot# of flora growth, and given the locals a real boost.
Met some very happy people off the land.
Be back on weekend.
Mick



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don't want to spoil your holiday, Mick, but Talga went from 42 to 58c today (& closing at its highs)



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