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Six companies have listed on the ASX in the first month of this year.

The debutants were:

  • Heavy mineral sands and rare earths-focussed ACDC Metals (ASX:ADC), which has a portfolio of projects in Victoria’s Murray Basin
  • Mobile phone camera tech developer, Acusensus (ASX:ACE)
  • Lithium, nickel and gold explorer in Western Australia, Dynamic Metals (ASX:DYM)
  • South Australia-based Gold Hydrogen (ASX:GHY). Gold Hydrogen has former politician and diplomat Alexander Downer as its independent Non-Executive Chair
  • High-Tech Metals (ASX:HTM) , which has a cobalt project in Canada
  • Victorian-focussed rare earths and mineral sands company, VHM (ASX:VHM)

Another company, Battery Age Minerals is due to start trading on the ASX on Monday under the ticker code BM8.

It’s a re-listing focussed on the Falcon Lake lithium project in Canada, with secondary projects targeting copper in Morocco and zinc, lead and germanium in Austria.

BM8 has raised $6.5 million through the listing process with 40-cent shares.

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