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Citi says Lynas sell-off is overdone

Citi has seen an opportunity in negativity to hop aboard the Lynas Rare Earths story, initiating coverage of the recently sold-down stock.

Michael Quinn
 Lynas managing director Amanda Lacaze would very likely agree with what Citi is saying

Lynas managing director Amanda Lacaze would very likely agree with what Citi is saying

"We see valuation upside with weak market sentiment now creating an attractive entry point," Citi said in a note dated March 16 and a Lynas share price of $6.43. Lynas has lost about 30% in headline...

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