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Pure swamped with interest after Scandinavian lithium sniffs

PURE Resources has barely started work at its Jarkvissle project in Sweden, with the leases granted just months ago, but the early indications are so promising that masses of shares changed hands today.

spodumene has been mapped at Jarkvissle

spodumene has been mapped at Jarkvissle

That is not a bad outcome considering 80% of the company has been owned by the top 20 shareholders since listing. Pure was valued at around $6 million at yesterday's close, but with rock chips recovered...

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