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|Day's Range||16.43 - 16.59|
|52 Week Range||11.90 - 21.47|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.39|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.38 (2.29%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Feb 26, 2021|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Tesla has struck a deal to buy nickel from mining giant BHP as electric carmakers race to shore up battery materials. Elon Musk’s $630bn (£460bn) company has signed a supply deal with BHP’s Nickel West mine and refinery in Western Australia. Mr Musk is keen to source battery ingredients that have been sustainably produced. BHP says Nickel West is one of the lowest carbon emission nickel producers in the world. Terms of the deal have not been released. Nickel West produces around 80,000 tons of n
The country's top independent gas producer also said it has begun the sell-down process of up to 49% of Train 2 in the Pluto LNG plant, and was looking to cut its stake in Scarborough, Woodside's only big growth project in the near term. Woodside said it continues to review the escalating costs of the Scarborough and Pluto expansion project, which were previously pegged at $11.4 billion. A final investment decision for those projects is slated for later this year.
Australia's biggest exporting state on Tuesday urged Canberra to stop antagonising China, the country's top trade partner, in remarks that came amid escalating criticism of Beijing led by the United States, Australia's main ally. "This isn't about kowtowing to other countries and giving in," Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan said at Australia's biggest oil and gas industry conference, being held in Perth. Ties with China worsened last year when Australia called for an independent investigation into the origins of the novel coronavirus, which sparked trade reprisals from China, hitting Australian goods ranging from barley and coal to lobster and wine.