Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Finnaust Min LSE:FAM London Ordinary Share GB00BFD3VF20 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.725p +9.51% 8.35p 8.20p 8.50p 8.75p 7.60p 7.60p 3,554,163.00 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.6 -0.2 - 51.70

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20/2/201720:02Finnaust Mining Plc - Exploring a world class Copper-nickel producing region624.00
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29/9/201413:44All the boxes2.00
24/3/200622:57forthcoming analysts meetings2.00

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Finnaust Min Daily Update: Finnaust Min is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FAM. The last closing price for Finnaust Min was 7.63p.
Finnaust Min has a 4 week average price of 7.08p and a 12 week average price of 7.08p.
The 1 year high share price is 8.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.85p.
There are currently 619,169,499 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,027,479 shares. The market capitalisation of Finnaust Min is £51,700,653.17.
monet: I believe a few million shares have been shorted at about 6p well below today'shares price.No wonder richie666 keeps posting the shareprophets links,they must be very worried knowing they have to close there shorts. with funding at 7p are trying their best to get the share price down.
richie666: Interesting comments from the LSE board. Worth reflecting on (and no, not written by me!) I can’t help thinking that the kind of arctic mining Finnaust is planning is EXTREME to say the least. Not only is this area frozen stiff all winter but it is also 24 hour darkness at the same time. This area is also (assuming 12 knot vessel speed) approx. 12 days (24 days return) from Europe’s main ports where the best market is located. Apart from an airport on the other side of the fjord there is no infrastructure whatsoever in place, everything has to be transported in and constructed from scratch. I am not an environmental activist but arctic ocean environments are among the most fragile in the world and to excavate meters deep into the seabed actually removes all forms of life so the risk of objection I recon is big. All these risk factors should be reflected in the share price by a heavy discount. Instead we are asked to pay a serious premium! Everything about this project therefore looks extreme.
richie666: Share price done a lotta talking. Asset yet to show any support for the talk... Mark - like I said, looking to open a short here.
runtus: Added on the latest news today! gla, dyor etc! Significant re-rating required imho! FinnAust assays confirm extended high grades at Hammaslahti By StockMarketWire | Wed, 1st October 2014 - 14:24 FinnAust Mining says assay results have confirmed the discovery of additional high grade copper, zinc, silver and gold mineralisation, which extends the previously identified high grade polymetallic mineralised lode at its Hammaslahti project in Finland. Hammaslahti is one of three copper, zinc and nickel projects the company is actively exploring in southern Finland. FinnAust said assay results from drill hole R331, on the southern-most drill section on the Hammaslahti discovery, have confirmed that the newly discovered polymetallic system has been extended to over 500m north to south and over 125m east to west, as expected. Results include higher grade copper, zinc, lead, silver and gold results: - R331 drilled circa 150m south of R326 - sulphide zone (disseminated to semi-massive sulphides) of 3.00m @ 1.19% Cu, 0.39% Zn, 17.2 grams per tonne Ag and 0.26 gpt Au from 350m downhole. The intercept was within a broader disseminated zone of 10.6m @ 0.50% Cu, 1.10% Zn, 9.7 gpt Ag and 0.1 gpt Au from 348.4m downhole - Significant zinc zones both above and below the main copper mineralisation including 0.6m @ 5.14% Zn and 3.0m @ 2.26% Zn from 348m and 356m respectively - Company geologists note that the overall mineralised envelope (>0.3%Cu) encountered in hole R331 is the broadest yet encountered as part of this discovery programme - The strike remains open to the south, east and west and further holes are currently focussed on testing the extent of the system - All seven drill holes targeting this lode to date have intercepted the mineralised system, confirming the strength and persistence of the mineralisation - Drilling of hole R322 is under way, circa 70m to the west of R330 - success with this hole would further grow the lode to nearly 175m in the east to west orientation - The newly discovered system is well located beneath and proximal to existing underground developments and close to infrastructure FinnAust executive director Alastair Clayton said: "As with every other drill hole into this lode, R331 hit a broad envelope of polymetallic mineralisation. This hole was our largest and boldest step-out hole to date and successfully confirms that our discovery extends to over 500m across the north to south strike and over 125m in the east to west. Importantly, it is clear that the strike remains open to the south, east and west and we are focussed on extending this further, with the drilling of hole R322 currently under way. "We have an impressive 100% hit-rate from all seven of the holes drilled to date. The key challenge now is to delineate where the highest-grade zones of massive sulphide mineralisation are located and define its extent. Once limits on the overall extent of the lode are better defined we can begin to target specific areas to drill in order to define high-grade resources." At 2:24pm: (LON:FAM) Finnaust Mining Plc Ord 2p share price was +0.76p at 3.38p
rlivsey: The share price is just plummeting. Just before the reverse acquisition, there was a rise; as soon as the company changes name, drastic decreases. I'm puzzled
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