Resources Stocks Down Under 20 May 2021: European Metals, Euro Manganese, Allegiance Coal

European Metals: Czeching out Cinovec again

In today's edition of Resources Stocks Down Under, European Metals owns Europe’s largest lithium deposit through its Cinovec Lithium and Tin Project in the Czech Republic. Despite the project’s complicated history as a tin mine, Cinovec is likely to get a second life supporting much of Europe’s locally sourced lithium thanks to the fact that the project sits in the heart of Europe’s battery/automotive industry. Best of all, the project is bigger than all other hard-rock projects in Europe and that has already proven very attractive to the company’s partners.   Also in today's edition, a look at manganese waste recycling company Euro Manganese (ASX: EMN) and metallurgical coal miner Allegiance Coal (ASX: AHQ).  

Click here to read the previous edition of Resources Stocks Down Under published 13 May 2021

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