By Robert Tyerman | Saturday 13 June 2015
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Iron ore hopeful Beowulf Mining (BEM) is trumpeting ‘outstanding’ sample test work results from its Kallak North project in northern Sweden, which the company says would enable it to offer ‘super high-grade’ magnetite concentrate at hefty price premiums to eventual customers. Having fallen from a 12-month high of 4.53p to a1.15p low, the shares have rallied to 2.07p -- still a fraction of levels seen 10 years ago -- helped by samples showing magnetite with an iron content of more than 71% with only low levels of silica, alumina, sulphur, phosphate and other ‘deleterious’ materials.
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