Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asiamet Res LSE:ARS London Ordinary Share BM04521V1038 COM SHS USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.175p +7.53% 2.50p 2.40p 2.60p 2.55p 2.325p 2.325p 4,298,728.00 12:47:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.9 -1.4 - 14.36

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09/12/2016 15:17:332.5558,8251,499.98O
09/12/2016 15:16:362.5550,0001,274.95O
09/12/2016 15:10:402.5450,0001,269.95O
09/12/2016 14:29:352.55400,00010,200.00O
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09/12/2016
08:20
Asiamet Res Daily Update: Asiamet Res is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ARS. The last closing price for Asiamet Res was 2.33p.
Asiamet Res has a 4 week average price of 2.54p and a 12 week average price of 2.43p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.98p.
There are currently 574,597,071 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,467,990 shares. The market capitalisation of Asiamet Res is £14,364,926.78.
01/12/2016
12:01
charles clore: My fund raising theory relies upon the fact that there has been persistent selling for the past few weeks and this goes against the dramatic improvement in the price of copper and the company's improving prospects. The selling would appear to be consistent with the practice of forward selling of placing shares. This happens when the placees take advantage of a higher price than the new issue price and short sell into the market prior to the issue and closing their short on receipt of their newly issued shares. This results in a reduction in the share price. If the placing price was higher than today's share price there would be no point in short selling and they may even be buying more and making a profit that way! Either way I don't know how they get away with trading a share as insiders!!
30/11/2016
10:39
charles clore: If there is a placing it is unlikely the share price will remain at this level. Even with the copper rally the share price has already dropped inexplicably from 3p to 2.5p, a 16% difference so there must be something going on. If I had to stick the tail on the donkey I'd go for a 50m share placing at 2.3p with warrants. It looks like some forward selling so it's probably deal done already. I won't be diving in with my hard earned at this price but will have some later thanks.
28/11/2016
06:55
dorset64: I'm unfortunately stuck in China for tonight so does anyone know if they will put the whole presentation/slides on the web site or, if not can someone please ask if they will do, I'd & a few others would appreciate the question. Also in advance thanks to anyone that relates their thoughts on the presentation on to here later tonight/tommorrow. On the current price action I'm late to the door so only bought in a few weeks back so for me, I'm quick happy as it is as, although wishing for a continual higher share price, realistic that entities like this one takes time, and when theres a perceived delay in comms or an upcoming funding round, the share price also drags its heels. Hopefully tonight many Q's will be answered to those there and I'm sure you guys will be asking about the 'late' news and funding options/dates.
24/11/2016
12:05
horneblower: I don't have a problem with the recent RNS wording. Recent market (read copper price) conditions HAVE been challenging and still are, although they are beginning to show promise. This is a long term play and we are in very early days with the share price. Being knocked back towards the bottom of a rising channel is not a problem. We are still witnessing rising highs and lows. The real decisions for longer term holders is what to do when the share price reaches 4p and 6p where further resistance will show. With the possibility of 20p and 80p in a year or two's time, what to do at 6p? Much patience required.
24/11/2016
07:47
2lb: Copper still surging - generality this does not bode well for the ARS share price :-)
23/11/2016
09:36
2lb: So, on the plus side lets see where we are at An ever improving flagship project at BKM an IRR now in excess of 40% BKM NAV now likely to be nearer $250m Resource upgrade for BKM due before January 31 Beutong license due any day but TM expecting it before Dec 31 Jelai license due Q1 2017 with monetisation likely soon afterwards Clearly a great deal of Chinese interest in the ARS portfolio of projects. Management confident enough to take options at a premium rather than cash Copper up from 2.05 to 2.55 and forecast to go much higher though the next few years Copper market to switch into deficit over the course of 2017-2018 as BKM starts producing ARS shares increasingly moving into hands of longer terms shareholders meaning that rises in share price will be quick and strong the they happen TM spending plenty of time in London with no shortage of potential institutional backers for the big move into production MCAP still £15m!!! What have I missed?
16/9/2016
15:40
2lb: Whilst that is interesting, it is also nearly 4 months old and as each day passes the fraction of doubt can only increase which may explain some chunky selling this week. ARS have brought this situation on themselves with their constant "just routine" and "shortly" narrative , which I am sure is always said in good faith. On the plus side this means that Beutong and Jelai are excluded from the share price as ARS has effectively no asset title to them until the exploration licenses are confirmed. So, BKM apparently = 2.3p and we know Beutong = >3 x BKM then add a penny for Jelai means share price on confirmation will be over 10p right??
14/4/2016
10:41
brewsters_millions: Now as a MI I am looking at the figures the MB came up with Market cap £59.26M which equates to a share price of 10.31p Now as a MI I am going to consider that even after the sale of Jelai We will JV 33% of the project away for financing £59.26 x 67% = £39.7M retained = 6.9p share price Now I'm a really MI and think 10% Dilution also ! shares = 574.6m increasing to 632m (approx.) Now the share price is estimated at .6.2p Current share price (as an MI I'm looking at bid) is 3p So after being a Miserable Banker AND a miserable Investor I think the share price will double during the development stage I really cant get more miserable than that !!
30/3/2016
08:46
brewsters_millions: i think people will at least top slice in AST today (I did) and the next logical move for the sun chasers is ARS because of the pea. Such a solid company with massive potential I hope people see that and hold post pea , If people arnt in yet now is definately the time if you think long term Consider when KSM comes online $44m per annum , then consider when Beutong comes online $176m per annum Both conservative estimates in my opinion So plenty of time .. yes and no .. let me explain my thinking for any potential LTH Yes you might think in a few years time the share price is 30p / 50p £1 (i dont know) and so why buy now , plenty of time even if paying 6p or 9p BUT consider .. £5000 investment @3.5p = 142857 shares x possible share price of 30p =£42857 £5000 investment @4.5p =111111 shares x possible share rprice of 30p = £33333 £5000 investment @6p = 83333 shares x possible share price of 30p = £24999 In the example above the difference is £17858 profit Now imagine the difference if the share price was bigger or the initial stake was higher If youve got this far the point im trying to make is .. right now .... ITS ALL ABOUT THE ACCUMULATION OF SHARES gla
02/3/2016
07:17
adorling: From RNS... "The combination of a good grade, heap leachable, low stripping ratio copper deposit in a low cost operating environment like Indonesia is highly compelling, and while we still have studies to complete, results to date indicate that the Company has good reason to be optimistic on the PEA outcomes. Success in developing BKM to its full capacity will provide the platform for Asiamet to continue growing its copper and gold production base via the large Beutong copper-gold project and further exploration of its highly prospective land holdings, the key foundation assets upon we are striving to build a leading Asian copper and gold company." ....."good reason to be optimistic".... A big clue in those words and a good entry point for new investors in the next 2-3 weeks before this "optimistic" PEA is finally published and we see ARS share price start to progress to its real value IMO.
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