Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Atalaya Mining LSE:ATYM London Ordinary Share CY0106002112 ORD 7.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 80.00p 79.00p 81.00p 80.00p 80.00p 80.00p 15,388 07:53:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -11.0 -13.2 - 93.34

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Atalaya Mining Daily Update: Atalaya Mining is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ATYM. The last closing price for Atalaya Mining was 80p.
Atalaya Mining has a 4 week average price of 86.40p and a 12 week average price of 87p.
The 1 year high share price is 123p while the 1 year low share price is currently 58.50p.
There are currently 116,679,555 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 61,103 shares. The market capitalisation of Atalaya Mining is £93,343,644.
acamas: As Jimmy Greaves said "It is a funny old game". With all the good news concerning ATYM I would have confidently expected the share price to break the 90p ceiling by now and move on towards 100p. Mining shares do seem to be returning to the front row. We will see a very good return on Capital Invested eventually. So why is the share price stuck in first gear? For LTH this is really only 3p a go. Surely we are in reality worth more than that!
rich1e: An interesting few days, with some top posts too, thanks to everyone for those. Husbod, what I will say, regarding the ‘possibility’ of a buyer. If they are looking at a large quantity, they will have had to have been buying for months and will probably be paying a higher average price than we have seen for the last few weeks. The option is either, place an order and let the mm’s work on filling it at an average price or you just keep bombarding the market and before you know it you are paying £2/3 a share. The share price was going up a penny a time on 3k buys on Monday. Imagine what serious buying in the open would do. I would say that the key to such activity, is to convince people to sell, or just as importantly convince them not to buy. That may be how the “big buyers have managed the share price seriously downwards”. Just a thought.
rich1e: A interesting article that encompasses stock accumulation and distribution. hxxp:// A few paragraphs down under the heading - How institutions influence share prices “This back-and-forth price action appears as a horizontal trading range” ATYM isn’t in a horizontal trading range, right? Try a five year time scale here on the advfn quote page and compare the last 8 months with any previous rolling 8 month period. From the same paragraph “Eventually, prices begin to rise as the available supply is absorbed and the public gets involved” Is this a reference to the herding mentality of investors? Why don’t the public get involved before? Put off by the uninspiring share price, whilst someone stocks up? Some insight into the market and what goes off behind the scenes.
rougepierre: Companies are only REQUIRED to RNS information that is MATERIAL...I can't see how these licences are material... The Results you are talking about are the Half yearly results. Last year they were announced on Thursday 10 September... They are complex in their detailed requirement and they have to be Audited and approved by the NOMAD before being released to the market. I know when I was an AIM GFD I was happy to take the full 3 months I was allowed, so ATYM are doing pretty well... There is no doubt some companies communicate only what they are required to; others give a lot more. It costs money to put together a RNS and to publish it. While we are all frustrated that the share price isn't pushing on, the Company has taken care not to create unrealistic expectations that might result in a share price setback if confounded. So the only significant drop we have had recently was on the FACTS about Astor... As I've said before...I'm in this for dividends and capital growth...eventually I shall end up with half my current holding at zero cost and all in my ISA... Again as a former GFD I can confirm that lack of liquidity is a constant problem if its there; together with most institutions being unwilling to buy less than £500k of a share... When we are on FTSE350...soon I hope...all these problems will melt away... AIMHO as usual...
chelsea101: Posted by Small Holding on iii Subject Author 13:22 Re: Company email Small HoldingInteractive Investor client 1UP I said after the Operational Update I would write to the company and I did, I had problems getting through by email to Melissa and I have now been told she has left the company. I don't think it right to reproduce the entire response I received but my questions were; 1. When are we going to break even? 2. Why aren't the Directors buying? 3. Does Alberto expect to make money on his options bearing in mind the share price would have to be over £3.60 for that to happen? They share our frustration regarding the share price, lack of liquidity is allegedly an issue. Larger funds that could provide this liquidity are precluded from buying owing to insufficient volumes. They are looking at ways of increasing liquidity. With the current copper price it is hard to make money but in answer to my first question, they expect to break even this year even at these copper price levels. The company is leveraged to a recovery in the copper price and they are still confident that a recovery in the copper price will happen With regard to Directors not buying, the response was, some have limited funds and some are prohibited from buying because they represent institutions. The independent directors only have a very limited open window to buy or sell shares owing to the closed periods. Currently the company is in a closed period pending release of the new NI 43-101 Reserves and Resources report. (All of that is true but no Directors are taking the opportunity to buy shares, even in these limited windows) Does Albert expect to make money on his options, Yes if the copper price goes back to around $3.00/lb and he added that he would be happy to receive his performance bonus in shares instead of cash. I finished by saying that until we reach break even point, I expect there to be more sellers than buyers. He agreed that I was probably right but all they can do is optimize the project and for every frustrated share seller there is a happy buyer.
reba: Now Now Rouge we can't have you getting depressed like me. How was your holiday in the States.? You'd have thought with Kefi going plus it would have had some affect on the atym share price, but no such luck.
acamas: reba, The only reason I disagree with you is that currently the big 3 have all paid way above the current value of the ATYM share price for the shares they now own in The Company. I cannot come to terms with them doing this without getting back their original investment and the profit from the resource mined One of us will be proved correct not sure who right now
rougepierre: A year ago, CAML were 165...they are now 170... A year ago we were we are 98.50... Four years ago, CAML had its first copper production: "First copper production expected April 2012 with production for the year scheduled to be approximately 5,000 tonnes" The share price was 88, but the copper price was almost $4/lb... In less than 2 years, CAML's share price had more than doubled to 180p, as production hit 10,500 tonnes per annum... CAML is based in Kazakhstan and Mongolia (look at GKP's problems in Kazakhstan...) ATYM is in mainland Spain; near Traf projects and within the second biggest economic market in the world... Your implied approval of CAML as a "profitable and high-dividend copper company" (sic) reads very well as a recommendation for getting into ATYM right now... Thanks Lango for drawing attention to ATYM's prospects as a "profitable and high-dividend copper company" in 2 years' time. Finncap's target for CAML 2 years ago was 234 and its now 264... Finncap's target for ATYM is 195p and we haven't announced production yet... Ceteris paribus, we can expect ATYM to be over 200 in 2 years time... AIMHO as usual...
rougepierre: Meanwhile, I'm impressed but not surprised at how well the ATYM share price has held up this week while others such as GLEN, BLT, AAL, VED, LMI, etc have been plundered... On Tuesday alone some of them fell almost 20% on a modest decline in metal prices while ATYM only fell 5%... Keep the faith...2016 is the year...
lucky punter: Rich1e I would suggest that Alberto is promoting the company to HNWindividuals through advisors and managers like Mirabaud simply to increase the share price. After all increasing shareholder value is one of their goals. Clearly it will not take much buying to lift the share price considerably and as these will be managed portfolios the key is simply to inform the managers like Mirabaud. The shares will come from private shareholders, the ones that whinge and bleat on this board and others. They will if they are so unhappy sell as soon as the share price reaches a level where they can afford to exit. After all they tell us how bad this management is at every opportunity. The new money will want part of a producer which Atalaya are just about to disclose to the market; they want to be here for the dividends and long term value. I do not think the consolidation was badly timed; it is out of the way before the recovery starts and has been largely ignored by the market with the Copper crash being the driving factor for the share price. The share price would have dropped whether they consolidated or not. Note it did not fall on the news of consolidation, it was quite some time after and moved with the sector and the copper price. Certainly the posts about a share price always dropping on consolidation led some to trade no doubt but it was not the main event. I do not think the four largest invests are going anywhere; they worked hard to get on board and are clearly here for the dividends and return on investment. What is more they have paid much much more than most to be here so it is great value for the remaining shareholders. In January we will see increased promotion of the company with a broker visit to the site. This will be after the announcement of full scale production (any day now)and disclosure of the concentrate sales to date (yes there have been sales). It will also time with a general update including the arrival of the 8m euro grant and a nice bit of bonus news that the market will immediately value to the bottom-line. All will be revealed in due course and as before absolutely no hurry. The time to push is after they have achieved and Alberto knows that full well. Just a matter of time.
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