IGO shares are down today after the company maintained its decision to appoint Ivan Vella as CEO after details of his sacking from Rio Tinto raised investor concerns.
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IGO shares are down as the company disappoints investors with its quarterly update and signalled similar results for the December quarter as volatile spodumene prices hit profits and sales
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Leo Lithium is once again suspended from trading, this time not by its own volition as the ASX indefinitely suspended Leo for failing to respond to queries, a feeling that shareholders have shared as the drama in Mali continues.
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