Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Griffin Mining LSE:GFM London Ordinary Share BMG319201049 ORD $0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +0.36% 70.25p 69.00p 71.50p 70.25p 69.25p 70.00p 143,431 14:23:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 53.7 8.4 2.7 27.9 125.78

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2017-07-27 16:11:1670.25300210.75O
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Griffin Mining Daily Update: Griffin Mining is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GFM. The last closing price for Griffin Mining was 70p.
Griffin Mining has a 4 week average price of 54.75p and a 12 week average price of 49p.
The 1 year high share price is 72.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 33.75p.
There are currently 179,041,830 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 264,921 shares. The market capitalisation of Griffin Mining is £125,776,885.58.
happywanderer: Can anybody tell me where I can find or how to produce an overlay of GFM share price on Zinc price.
bunlop: I was going to sell when I reached my breakeven price after holding for around 10 years. Now well into profit and it no longer seems sensible to hurry to sell. I also think we could see a £1 share price this year. I expect that a lot of long term private investors will cash out over the coming months so expect a good few tree shakes as the price advances and the mm's encourage you to sell your shares. I hope I have sold and moved on by Christmas.
roguetreader: Looking at previous company statements, I assume Ninkov is still sitting on 8,000,000 options at 30p, as he hasn't (to my knowledge / research) cashed any of them in yet. I assume he is looking for a higher share price to cash in at so that he feels suitably rewarded for the hard work he has put in that necessitated the issue of the options in 2015 to ensure such a valuable management figure was suitably 'incentivised and retained'. However, just to help him achieve his and the BODs target share price the BOD use shareholders cash to buy back shares to put a bottom under the share price This is obviously good news for all shareholders in the sense that the share price will (hopefully) continue to rise given the current fundamentals of the company, but doesn't deviate from the fact that the BOD continue to treat the ordinary shareholder badly.
bluebird48: Most companies issue an AGM Statement as well as the AGM voting results. I guess they are not obliged to do so (small company. The few in the know may have been tipped the wink hence a small rise in the share price. If so, this cannot be right as all shareholders should be treated equally.
mariopeter: Head and shoulder on zinc price nearly fulfilled. Strong holders left here as GFM price resistant. Yes we need that license to light up performance....
rmjones: UJLALB: Whether I agree or disagreed with remunerations is not relevant or interesting - I simply believe they have had no impact on the share price. However, I agree that lack of dividends has impacted the share price although personally, I have no issue with reducing the bank debt in lieu of them.
alan@bj: roddiemac2 - post 26285 - "A poor investment over recent years: best avoided." The share price 5 years ago was 41.625p. Numerous problems (mine suspensions, buying out the Chinese and taking on debt, the drop in commodity prices, etc..) and the price dropped to 27.25p in April 2013, 31p in April 2014, 29.75p in April 2015, 26.87p in April 2016, and 56p today. So, anyone buying in during "recent years" would have made a profit. I wish I'd sold out when the shares went over £1, but it can hardly be called a poor investment "over recent years". It's been a pretty good one for those willing to continue to hold, or to add during the drops. We will all have some losers; that's just how it is. Warren Buffet lost $444m on Tesco.
rose_by_another_name: I think that both the high cost of management and the lack of dividend affect the share price. The only "return" available is when you sell for a capital gain. We need a return for those who hold shares if new buyers are to be attracted. Otherwise it is only "greater fools" that will take your non-performing shares off your hands.
bunlop: Lots of zinc will go into the Wall. LME zinc stocks seem to be falling at a faster pace now. Hope every day now for a sharp move up in GFM share price through the 55p resistance but I do question if the licence will ever be forthcoming!
celeritas: Rose, why do you stay invested then, makes no sense. For the first time in a lot of years zinc is running exactly right for gfm just as throughput increases. Zinc was low for a long time, why did you stay invested over this period. The gfm share price is dictated by throughput and the price of zinc, both are now very much in favour yet you still manage to moan.
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