Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglesey Mining LSE:AYM London Ordinary Share GB0000320472 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.125p +2.50% 5.125p 5.00p 5.25p 5.50p 5.00p 5.00p 1,427,385 13:22:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 9.10

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25/6/2017
09:20
Anglesey Daily Update: Anglesey Mining is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AYM. The last closing price for Anglesey was 5p.
Anglesey Mining has a 4 week average price of 3p and a 12 week average price of 3p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.05p.
There are currently 177,608,051 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 49,998 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglesey Mining is £9,102,412.61.
13/2/2017
13:09
colin12345678: Brentharg Posts: 1,076 Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 5.75 Parys Mountain Gross ValueToday 12:55Has risen today from £1144m to £1154m. The Zn is now worth £439m, the Cu £352m, the Pb £188m, the Ag £90m and the Au £86m. If it costs £400m to extract it all, and if we discount 3/4 of the markup (just to be conservative) the company will be worth £188m. Divide that by the 173m shares in issue and that's a share price of 109.6p, which is 19x the current mid-price of 5.75p.
05/12/2016
12:38
crystball: After spending the whole weekend researching AYM, I've taken a position. I think we may see a repeat of share price action similar to the end of 2012, but this time hopefully there will be publication of the scoping study and subsequent progress.
30/11/2016
09:40
hyper al: I want to see this mine in operation, in particular because of my own personal involement during exploration in the early days and because it would be very good news for local people. But as an investor you should be aware of it's recent past history. Remember this from RNS Oct 2007 "Preparatory work for the construction of the White Rock decline at Parys Mountain is now gathering pace. Initial site clearing has been completed and contracts for the site fencing and initial excavation of the box cut which leads to the decline portal have been let; work on these tasks is expected to commence within two weeks." hTTp://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/anglesey-AYM/share-news/Parys-Mountain-White-Rock-decline-progress-report/22681208 And this re sale of mine from RNS Oct 2008 "..termination of negotiations with Western Metals" hTTp://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/anglesey-AYM/share-news/Further-re-termination-of-negotiations-with-Wester/28670133 The company needs to be very open about it's future plans, it needs to keep investors fully informed of all planning matters and dicussions with the local council and how it will deal with the processing and transport of ore or concentrate and disposal of waste and mine water. SGZ are a very good example of how a company should go about this process of communication and debate.
28/11/2016
08:49
no1larafan: Today could be one of those days where the share price rockets again? Bought some but not showing up on the trades
31/7/2015
16:12
knicol46: Share Price collapsing.. Given the cash position of the group at the year end, the net current assets of £6,293, the net cash outflows since the year end, and the projected net cash outflows for the net 12 months there is a potential material uncertainty that the group does not have sufficient cash or other financial resources to continue in operation for at least 12 months from the date of authorising these financial statements.
24/8/2012
09:14
mdr128: I'm out here I'm afraid folks, been a long term fan of the story, but there seems to be a gathering amount of gloom in the short to medium term view on IO pricing. Normally I'd be inclined to hold and weather the storm but AYM share price seems to have been propped at these levels for a while so I was worried any further IO price drop would see the AYM price drop through the floor. I very much plan to return as IO price direction/stability seems more assured.
02/5/2012
09:18
nielsc: Hectorp, I have been using this weakness to top up quite aggressively here. Always darkest before the dawn. Hopefully a resource update with news of shipments will get AYM's share price moving. LIM already seems to be pushing back up towards C$5. If we get to C$6 in the next month or so hopefully AYM's share price will get dragged up to 30-35p level. Would be even better if the AYM share price properly reflected LIM's value. Cheers, Niels
30/4/2012
16:43
noccer: I wonder whether AYM will be able to stay in the Small Cap index on the basis of its LIM holding, which is currently worth GBP50M, whereas on the basis of the current AYM share price the Market Cap is about GBP33M.
30/3/2012
13:52
marth: For the record, Brentharg's highly informative account of his meeting with mgt at the recent presentation (I'm sure he won't mind!): "...brief rundown on yesterday's excellent meeting. a. CEO Bill Hooley did the talking: assured, competent, clear. FD Ian Cuthbertson was there also. Spoke to both. b. The development plans are rock solid, as is the cashflow position. The share price is stupidly low. c. Californian Hedge Fund Passport took a crazy decision last summer to exit all mining stocks, AYM and LIM included. d. Bill Hooley pleaded with them not to just dump their shares on the open market, offered to help find a big buyer. e. Passport didn't want to know - had no compunction about dumping 1,000,000 per month for sale, depressing the share price f. The $20m worth of ore at dockside is a frozen lump, and may take until June (!) to be shippable. g. Temperatures have fallen as low as -50C!!! h. 2012 sales of 2MT of ore are a shoo-in... we hit that equivalent weekly production rate end 2011. i. The upgrading of Schefferville sifting equipment will be operational June. This investment (CS20m IIRC?) will give enormous benefit. Of the 572kT of processing ore (as distinct from "Direct Railable", which goes straight from mine to ship with no separation of waste required) we only recovered 232kT of ore from it because there was an unexpectedly high proprtion of fine material. The new equipment would have (and will) up that to c400/450kT of the 572kT. Instead of 40% recovery, 70%-80%. This would have added C$48m to LIM's bank account(!) today had we made that investment a year earlier. D'oh! i. Bill is VERY insistent on independence. We're cash rich and debt free. If Rio Tinto or somebody wants to buy LIM, well we ain't for sale! If they want to buy LIM, they can jolly well buy shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange. If a big boy takes that route LIM's share price will go through the roof - the exact opposite of the effect of Passport Tosspots LLC. j. It takes 50 days to send ore to China (ship sailing time). Europe is our natural customer - much cheaper to ship - and that's where we'll be increasingly selling our product. k. Parys Mountain is now the focus for AYM's management team. The job in Canada is now done, with the excellent COO Rod Cooper in charge, liberating Bill to concentrate on exploiting Parys Mountain for the shareholders. l. Bill reckons that Parys is worth today's share price, so "You get LIM for free" or, alternatively, we're worth at least the LIM asset with Parys for free. m. Our shareholding in LIM (even at today's depressed LIM share price) is worth a damn sight more than today's AYM Market Capitalisation of $33m. A discount (i.e. reduced value of the LIM asset on AYM's balance sheet) is only to be expected, but 35% is stupid. n. Exploratory drilling at Parys Mountain: The (for me rather uninformative) results declared are awaiting assaying, which will take a few weeks. No Kryptonite. Declared on 28th to coincide with announcement that all Permits for Labrador were accomplished. In Summary: This is a very well managed company with a 20-year future selling 5 megatonnes of iron ore per annum. The share price is absurdly low due to the shananigans of a bunch of Californian rich boys and a faulty assumption that the existing equipment would recover the lion's share of the ore requiring processing. That mistake has been rectified by the investment in upgraded processing equipment, financed by the slick C$71m Equity Financing last month. Our ability to maximise income from the iron ore we ship from the Sept Iles port will be enhanced by the new port facility. We'll be investing in that, along with other Labrador miners. The Canadian government is stumping up a quarter (C$55m) and the Port Authority another quarter. The share price, I am certain, will at least quadruple. Operating in countries (Canada and UK) which are politically stable and without corruption problems, the stupidly low share price will eventually rise to reflect the profits as they come to fruition. Based on the greater yield of the enhanced Silveryards processing equipment, and a net sale price of $114/T I estimate 2012 profits for LIM of C$244m, and for AYM of £18m which corroborates analysts' estimates of £18m/£20.7m. Not bad for a £33m company! When the market wakes up to the earnings potential it will surely conclude that these profits (rising year on year) justify a market capitalisation of £100/£200m and a share price of 60p/120p."
23/11/2011
14:15
laserdisc: GBP = 1.61 CAD at 3/11/2011 LIM price $C. ...... NON diluted AYM Value 5.0....................... .£0.351aym share.........................£0.324 5.5....................... .£0.386aym share.........................£0.349 6...........................£0.421aym share........................ 6.5 ........... 73600241/161.00 =£0.457/aym share ........ . FULLY DILUTED .£0.42.23 7.0.......79261798/161.00 =£0.488/aym share.........................£0.45.42 7.5...... 84914010/161.00 =£0.527/aym share.........................£0.48.73 8.0.......90574944/161.00 =£0.562/aym share.........................£0.51.19 8.5.......96235878/161.00 =£0.597/aym share.........................£0.55.22 9.0.......10189681/161.00 =£0.632/aym share.............. . ....... £0.58.47 10.0..... 113231/161.00 = £0.698/aym share . ..........£0.64.97 10.5......118879/161.00 = £0.738/aym share..........................£0.68.22 11.0......124540/161.00 = £0.773/aym share..........................£0.71.47 11.5......130201/161.00 = £0.808/aym share..........................£0.74.72 12.0.... .135862/161.00 = £0.843/aym share..........................£0.77.97 12.5......141523/161.00 = £0.879/aym share..........................£0.81.21 12.8... ..145259/161.00 = £0.902/aym share..........................£0.83.16 13.0......147184/161.00 = £0.914/aym share..........................£0.84.46 13.5......152845/161.00 = £0.949/aym share..........................£0.87.71 14.0......158506/161.00 = £0.984/aym share..........................£0.90.96 14.5......164167/161.00 = £1.019/aym share..........................£0.94.21 15.0..... 169828/161.00 = £1.054/aym share..........................£0.97.46 Non diluted basis(158m aym shares)$10x17.8x0.63613 11323114/161=£0.7032 Fully diluted basis(170m aym shares)$10x17.8x0.5877 1046106/161 = £0.6497 11,750,000 future OPTIONS still to be taken up being the difference diluted & undiluted http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/city/pages/qc-141_metric_e.html LATEST GRAPH FROM HORNBLOWER SEE HIS THREAD 6330
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