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Texas Mineral Resources Corp

TMRC.PK

Latest Trade

0.84USD

Change

-0.00(-0.54%)

Volume

155,777

Today's Range

0.79

 - 

0.86

52 Week Range

0.12

 - 

1.58

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Pricing

Previous Close
0.84
Open
0.82
Volume
155,777
3M AVG Volume
12.03
Today's High
0.86
Today's Low
0.79
52 Week High
1.58
52 Week Low
0.12
Shares Out (MIL)
57.81
Market Cap (MIL)
48.56
Forward P/E
--
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Latest Developments

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About Texas Mineral Resources Corp

Texas Mineral Resources Corp., formerly Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp., is an exploration-stage mining company. The Company is engaged in the business of acquisition, exploration and development of mineral properties. As of August 31, 2016, the Company held two 19 year leases to explore and develop a 950 acre rare earths project located in Hudspeth County, Texas known as the Round Top Project. As of August 31, 2016, the Company also had prospecting permits covering 9,345 acres adjacent to the Round Top Project. The Company focuses on heavy rare earth elements (HREE). The Company's principal focus is on developing a metallurgical process to concentrate or otherwise extract the metals from the Round Top Project's rhyolite. The Round Top Project is an early exploration-stage project. The Round Top Project area lies within the Texas Lineament Zone or Trans-Pecos Trend. As of August 31, 2016, the Company had not generated any revenues.

Contact Info

539 El Paso Street

+1.915.3692133

http://tmrcorp.com/

Executive Leadership

Anthony G Marchese

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Daniel Everett Gorski

Chief Executive Officer, Director

William Chris Mathers

Chief Financial Officer

Peter Denetclaw

Director

Clark Moseley

Director

Key Stats

Price To Earnings (TTM)
--
Price To Sales (TTM)
--
Price To Book (MRQ)
66.15
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
--
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
17.28
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
0.00
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
-78.26

Latest News

Latest News

China to buy rare earths from U.S. as part of trade pact

China has agreed to buy two types of rare earth metals from the United States as part of an initial trade deal inked on Wednesday, a move likely to boost U.S. production of the strategic minerals.

China to buy rare earths from U.S. as part of trade pact

China has agreed to buy two types of rare earth metals from the United States as part of an initial trade deal inked on Wednesday, a move likely to boost U.S. production of the strategic minerals.

China to buy rare earths from U.S. as part of trade pact

China has agreed to buy two types of rare earth metals from the United States as part of an initial trade deal inked on Wednesday, a move likely to boost U.S. production of the strategic minerals.

UCore, Materion team up to apply for U.S. military rare earths funding

Rare earths miner UCore Rare Metals Inc and manufacturer Materion Corp said on Monday they will form a consortium to jointly apply for U.S. military funding of a rare earths processing plant.

Arafura Resources signs initial agreement for rare earth processing in the U.S.

Australian rare earths miner Arafura Resources Ltd <ARU.AX> on Monday said it had signed a preliminary agreement with a U.S. based company for the treatment of a certain variety of its rare earth concentrate.

Exclusive: Pentagon to stockpile rare earth magnets for missiles, fighter jets

The U.S. military plans to stockpile rare earth magnets used in Javelin missiles and F-35 fighter jets, according to a government document seen by Reuters, a step that critics say does little to help create a domestic industry to build specialized magnets now made almost...

Exclusive: Pentagon to stockpile rare earth magnets for missiles, fighter jets

The U.S. military plans to stockpile rare earth magnets used in Javelin missiles and F-35 fighter jets, according to a government document seen by Reuters, a step that critics say does little to help create a domestic industry to build specialized magnets now made almost...

Texas rare earths mine developers to build U.S. refinery

Developers of a Texas rare earths mine said on Monday they will build a pilot plant to refine the strategic minerals, the latest domestic processing project announced at a time when more Americans are voicing concern about China's control over the sector.

U.S. Army extends deadline to apply for rare earths project financing

The U.S. Army has extended by one week the deadline to apply for rare earths processing facility financing, the third deadline extension of a program intended to help Washington secure domestic supply of the minerals used to make military weapons.

Australian rare earths producer Lynas to submit plant tender to U.S. Army

Australia's Lynas Corp on Friday said it would submit a compliant tender in response to the U.S. Department of Defense's call for proposals to build a heavy rare earths separation plant in the United States.

Exclusive: U.S. Army will fund rare earths plant for weapons development

The U.S. Army plans to fund construction of rare earths processing facilities, part of an urgent push by Washington to secure domestic supply of the minerals used to make military weapons and electronics, according to a government document seen by Reuters.

Rio Tinto studying ways to produce lithium from waste rock at California mine

Rio Tinto Plc <RIO.L> is studying ways to extract lithium from waste rock at a mine it controls in California, making it the latest company trying to produce the battery metal in the United States for the fast-growing electric vehicle market.

UPDATE 1-Nine countries join U.S. strategic minerals initiative

The United States on Thursday said nine countries have joined its initiative to help discover and develop reserves of minerals used to make electric vehicles, part of an effort to cut the world's reliance on China for the high-tech materials.

UPDATE 1-U.S. 'falling behind' in global race to develop electric vehicle supply chain

The United States is losing the race to extract and refine minerals used to make electric vehicles and should do more to spur domestic production, a bipartisan group of senators said on Tuesday.

Senators push for U.S. to expand mining for electric vehicle supply chain

U.S. senators voiced bipartisan support on Tuesday for the expansion of domestic mining and minerals recycling, part of a push to jumpstart the country's electric vehicle supply chain and offset China's rising dominance in the fast-growing space.

California rare earths miner races to refine amid U.S.-China trade row

The owner of the only U.S. rare earths mine is going on a hiring spree as it looks to significantly boost production, part of a strategy to build out American refining capability after China raised tariffs on the minerals amid an escalating trade war.

Exclusive: Pentagon races to track U.S. rare earths output amid China trade dispute

The Pentagon is rapidly assessing the United States' rare earths capability in a race to secure stable supply of the specialized material amid the country's trade conflict with China, which controls the rare earths industry, according to a government document seen by Reuters...

Exclusive: Pentagon eyes rare earth supplies in Africa in push away from China

The U.S. Department of Defense has held talks with Malawi's Mkango Resources Ltd and other rare earth miners across the globe about their supplies of strategic minerals, part of a plan to find diversified reserves outside of China, a department official said on Wednesday.

U.S. report urges steps to reduce reliance on foreign critical minerals

The U.S. Commerce Department on Tuesday recommended urgent steps to boost domestic production of rare earths and other critical minerals, warning that a halt in Chinese or Russian exports could cause "significant shocks" in global supply chains.

RPT-China set to control rare earth supply for years due to processing dominance

U.S. companies are years away from challenging Chinese dominance of rare earth minerals due to a lack of domestic processing facilities, ensuring the Asian nation will maintain its near-monopoly on refining and powerful leverage in trade talks.

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