Why the Sovereign Metals (ASX:SVM) share price spiked today

The rutile explorer surged by almost 12% but struggled to hold onto its morning gains.
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The Sovereign Metals Limited (ASX: SVM) share price struggled to hold onto its gains today after surging 11.6% higher this morning to 71.5 cents. At market close, shares in the rutile explorer were sitting at 65 cents, up only 1.56%.

The company announced a broker briefing presentation this morning, which might have influenced the rally this morning.

What was announced?

The Sovereign Metals share price enjoyed a strong rally this morning after the explorer advised it has in its possession a “company making asset” in the Kasiya rutile deposit in Malawi.

Previously, on 9 June, Sovereign Metals released a maiden resource estimate for Kasiya, with assay results revealing 644 million tonnes at 1.01% rutile, including 137 metric tonnes at 1.41% rutile.

The positive announcement witnessed the Sovereign Metals share price surge 13% on the day to a record close of 77 cents.

According to today’s presentation, the company is accelerating its work programs in order to meet key short-term objectives at Kasiya.

This includes aggressive drilling programs to drive additional resource growth and extensions, as well as a scoping study, which is expected to be completed in late 2021.

While the Kasiya deposit is still in an exploration phase, the company highlighted Malawi as a “stable, transparent jurisdiction” with “operation-ready infrastructure”.

In addition, Sovereign Metals has a memorandum of understanding in place with rail and port operators to, in the future, export to global rutile markets.

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The company believes there is “the perfect storm” to support rutile prices in both the short, medium and long term.

It pointed to factors including, a “resurgence in demand for titanium pigment and from the welding sector” as well as “strong market fundamentals driving a robust long-term price”.

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