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Why is the Latrobe Magnesium (ASX:LMG) share price on the slide today?
Here’s why the Latrobe Magnesium (ASX:LMG) share price is tumbling 7% today
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What’s happening to the Latrobe Magnesium (ASX:LMG) share price today?
Here’s why the Latrobe Magnesium (ASX:LMG) share price is sinking 7% today
Why is the Latrobe Magnesium (ASX:LMG) share price down again today?
Why the Latrobe Magnesium (ASX:LMG) share price bolted 38% today
Why the Latrobe Magnesium (ASX:LMG) share price rocketed 23% on Tuesday
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An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Latrobe Magnesium Ltd develops a magnesium production plant. The company aims to produce magnesium metal from fly ash, a power plant waste product and environmental pollutant at its flagship Latrobe Magnesium Project, located in Victoria. The company is also developing RWE Power project in Germany.
|05 Aug 2022||$0.09||$0.00||0.00%||593,683||$0.09||$0.09||$0.09|
|04 Aug 2022||$0.09||$0.00||0.00%||2,295,100||$0.09||$0.09||$0.09|
|03 Aug 2022||$0.09||$0.00||0.00%||1,210,020||$0.09||$0.09||$0.09|
|02 Aug 2022||$0.09||$0.00||0.00%||1,132,368||$0.09||$0.09||$0.09|
|01 Aug 2022||$0.09||$0.00||0.00%||5,183,077||$0.09||$0.10||$0.09|
|29 Jul 2022||$0.09||$0.00||0.00%||3,978,459||$0.09||$0.10||$0.08|
|28 Jul 2022||$0.09||$0.01||12.66%||5,094,032||$0.08||$0.09||$0.08|
|27 Jul 2022||$0.08||$0.00||0.00%||704,191||$0.08||$0.08||$0.08|
|26 Jul 2022||$0.08||$0.00||0.00%||903,559||$0.08||$0.08||$0.08|
|25 Jul 2022||$0.08||$0.00||0.00%||4,191,075||$0.08||$0.09||$0.08|
|22 Jul 2022||$0.08||$0.00||0.00%||827,422||$0.08||$0.08||$0.08|
|21 Jul 2022||$0.08||$0.00||0.00%||1,169,253||$0.08||$0.08||$0.08|
|20 Jul 2022||$0.08||$0.01||13.16%||2,147,615||$0.08||$0.08||$0.08|
|19 Jul 2022||$0.08||$0.00||0.00%||508,438||$0.08||$0.08||$0.07|
|18 Jul 2022||$0.08||$0.00||0.00%||1,461,058||$0.07||$0.08||$0.07|
|15 Jul 2022||$0.07||$0.00||0.00%||253,109||$0.08||$0.08||$0.07|
|14 Jul 2022||$0.07||$0.00||0.00%||924,405||$0.08||$0.08||$0.07|
|13 Jul 2022||$0.07||$0.00||0.00%||352,283||$0.08||$0.08||$0.07|
|12 Jul 2022||$0.07||$-0.01||-12.82%||1,344,771||$0.08||$0.08||$0.07|
|11 Jul 2022||$0.08||$0.01||13.89%||2,878,652||$0.08||$0.08||$0.07|
|Mr John Robert Lee||Non-Executive DirectorCompany Secretary||Dec 2010|| |
Mr Lee has a range of commercial skills and experiences in both the public and private sectors. He has held senior management roles in the Federal Department of Employment and Industrial Relations. He was also senior private secretary and principal adviser to Tony Street, a senior federal cabinet minister. In the private sector, Mr Lee has held a number of senior management positions with a number of corporations including Henry Jones IXL, Elders Building Supplies and Woolworths Limited. He is the founder of Stockholder Relations Pty Ltd, a management consultancy specialising in corporate advisory, investor relations and corporate governance.
|Mr Philip Francis Bruce||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2003|| |
Mr Bruce is a director of P F Bruce & Associates, which provides corporate and project management services. He is a mining engineer with over thirty years resource industry experience in Australia, South Africa, West Africa, South America and Indonesia in operations, project development and corporate management. He was the CEO of PT BHP Indonesia, managing director of Triako Resources Limited and was the general manager -development for Plutonic Resources Limited, where he was technically responsible for acquisition and development of resource projects during the Company's period of growth from $35 million to over $1 billion in market capitalisation.
|Mr David Oliver Paterson||Executive DirectorChief Executive Officer||Aug 2002|| |
Mr Paterson prior to forming Europacific in 1990, he was a group manager of the Corporate Services Division of Tricontinental Corporation Limited responsible for NSW and Queensland. He also worked for Coopers & Lybrand in Brisbane and Sydney in their Corporate Services Division. He has been involved in a range of corporate advisory assignments and underwritings for both debt and equity for a number of public and private companies. Mr Paterson has experience in the property and mining industries, in relation to project financing financial analysis, valuations; and the raising of debt and equity.
|Mr John (Jock) Stephen Murray||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Apr 2015|| |
Mr Murray studied economics and history with the Royal Military College at Duntroon before studying engineering management at the Royal Military College of Science in the UK.He brings a senior management and directorship experience with a particular focus on infrastructure, project management and freight logistics. Roles currently held by Mr Murray include strategic adviser for law firm, King & Wood Mallesons in the government infrastructure sector. He managed numerous projects in his role with NSW Department for Transport including the production of a ten-year development plan for the State's transport infrastructure and services as well as chairing the $2 billion Parramatta Rail Link Company project. He acted as an adviser for operational planning and infrastructure for the Sydney, Beijing and London Olympic Games. In addition to these roles he held numerous directorships including nonexecutive chairman of Omni Tanker Holding Pty Ltd for 8 years and for The Hills Motorway (M2) Limited prior to its takeover by Transurban in 2005 and also the non-executive chairman for Country Pipelines Pty Ltd for 3 years prior to its takeover by APA in 2008. He was on the board of Terminals Australia for five years up until its sale to Asciano in 2008.
|Mr Michael Wandmaker||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2022|| |
Mr Wandmaker is an experienced senior executive. Most recently the Managing Director of Melbourne Water for more than 7 years, he has been an Executive General Manager at both Sydney Water for three years and two years at Transfield Services and more than 2.5 years at UGL, during which time he spent time as the COO and Acting CEO. He brings leadership and operational experience at chief executive level, covering a range of public and private industry sectors. He has had M&A experience. He has worked both internationally and in Australia on managing engineering projects and companies.
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