Vanadium players hot with investors

Date: Mar 14, 2018

Australian Vanadium managing director Vince Algar with a vanadium redox flow battery used to store energy generated by renewables.
Australian Vanadium managing director Vince Algar with a vanadium redox flow battery used to store energy generated by renewables.

Shares in listed vanadium players King River Copper and Australian Vanadium surged yesterday as the price of the commodity hit fresh 10-year highs.

Both stocks received price queries from the Australian Securities Exchange after their shares jumped 29 per cent (to 11¢) and 21 per cent (to 5.7¢) respectively.

The companies drew a blank to the so-called speeding tickets, pointing to previous announcements about metallurgical test work on their WA vanadium projects.

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