Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Horizonte Minerals LSE:HZM London Ordinary Share GB00B11DNM70 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.75p 2.65p 2.85p 2.75p 2.75p 2.75p 0.00 07:51:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.7 -0.2 - 32.23

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29/3/2017
09:20
Horizonte Minerals Daily Update: Horizonte Minerals is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HZM. The last closing price for Horizonte Minerals was 2.75p.
Horizonte Minerals has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 1,171,934,300 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Horizonte Minerals is £32,228,193.25.
07/3/2017
14:33
jailbird: A self proclaimed holder of the shares would be bullish.Some info I guess...@11000.. free cashflow of $80m/yr3 years away yet before we can dream of thatForget the share price ... what is the mkt cap this deserves on these figures
17/2/2017
14:51
jailbird: "Thankyou for continued support by all placing shareholders. Please free to sell massive chunks on any good news, which will depress the share price" That is how it works, so we should not be surprised
10/2/2017
07:24
goldendigger: How do we compare with AMC, Their share price has trippled over the last few months and a Mcap over £70 mill. They have a huge resource but lower grade than us.
26/1/2017
17:20
salmonn1: Twigs, he is and he sets the right tone, doesn't try to hype it up. Looking at the HZM share price graph since February it seems to track the miners in a generic way and hasn't really responded to any news specific to HZM in the longer run. We've just got to be patient.
04/10/2016
16:13
twigs3: Yes strow loss making mines will close but it doesn't help us right now, we need nickel to shine and be the commodity every one wants to get into, if that doesn't happen we will continue to bump a long at 2p and raise money below,unless we can get a royalty agreement granted. The market clearly wasn't ready for the PFS,I'm for sure disappointed with the share price after its been released and the seller is still there it would appear. Remember this had a price target of 45p a few years back,look what a low share price has done to dilution it's now down to 12p and we have doubled the mine size!
11/8/2016
15:17
salmonn1: yes Twigs3 the share price is disappointing and no one can be certain why, if they could they would be making a fortune spread betting! But, there are a lot of unknowns, China?, future sources of supply?, Ni price and stocks, world growth rates, financing and many others. And views from some industry analysts that there are no new nickel laterite mines likely to be developed in the immediate future. All of the above if interpreted in a positive light would raise HZM's share price or in the negative keep it depressed. If you take the view that markets only have either one of two motivations, things could move very quickly if they change from fear to greed. May be the new PFS will do it this time, especially if the capex can be brought down a substantial amount.
11/8/2016
10:51
raymund: Salmonn1, Very interested to hear your YouTube analysis view and certainly reassures! Ni has picked up considerably from the early year extreme lows and trust the trend will feed into market view on PFS when it comes in. Regarding my approach to SHARES, had this back at end of October: "I had a long chat with Jeremy Martin at the time of the Glencore announcement. We had planned to run a detailed article but Glencore's own activities and rapidly falling share price meant we had to drop most of the coverage on Horizonte at the last minute as we were tight on space in the magazine. I can't say when we will next write on the stock (HZM), as we aren't allowed to disclose this information due to compliance reasons, but it does remain on my radar. Dan Coatsworth, Editor." After SHARES fairly frequent reportage on HZM in past, surely the PFS will be picked up on their 'radar' and wake them up again to the considerable opportunity for their readers to benefit here! Nothing to stop others on this thread asking when they can expect to hear an updated view from SHARES! Having made my initial investments earlier than you at higher price, my average price is now 6.25p, still 3x current price but one that I am comfortable with!
08/6/2016
12:49
salmonn1: Fantastic news, why? Because the LP is outside of HZM's control and is a signal that the Para State authorities and community are 100% behind this. JM is now calling HZM a "major project". In this latest interview he says the aim is to show HZM is viable at even low Ni prices. "We believe that Ni prices will be higher that they are today, but the key is it can operate at the bottom end of the price range which very few projects can". It will be interesting to know just how low a Ni price is viable for HZM? All HZM can do is optimise the development process the share price will eventually reflect this. Remember two of the biggest unknowns are Ni price and share dilution so it is difficult to put a price on the share value, but if the project is viable (and this is a massive step) then the price will come.
25/11/2015
20:18
salmonn1: At HZM General meeting today. Resolutions passed to complete the Glencore deal. I'm not particularly good at taking notes but this is what I took away from the meeting. JM The way HZM is developing is being dictated by the markets. Three years ago looking at joining the Glencore asset to HZM required a large investment, 18 months ago looking at £30m with £10m upfront. The deal agreed is a great deal for the company and an opportunity for HZM to make a massive base metal project. HZM now in the best shape ever. The asset now 200m tonnes of nickel in saprolite ore which is globally in short supply. The first 10 years of production will have ore in excess of 2% giving scalability, meaning if another investor were to come in production could be raised from 15m tonnes/year to 50m/yr. The pilot project better than anticipated, exceeding expectations. Pointed to video showing this is an industrial process, proving high grade metal can be produced in bulk not just in the laboratory. New PFS (I think next six months) to integrate two companies. New PFS will show lower capital costs. Existing PFS shows figures based on circa $19/tonne, cannot raise $500m in current market at those prices. New PFS will bring that figure down (think to 14/15 $/tonne). JM on where investment will come from, Private Equity Firms now approaching HZM, European banks showing interest. Brazilian banks not at the moment but might come back in a couple of years. There is no point rushing to market if there are no buyers. HZM are funded for the next two years, this is a three year story. The impression I got as someone who is not well versed on the financial aspects of this is that HZM has been able to adapt quickly to rapidly changing market conditions. Has seized opportunities where possible and continues to keep the project moving towards the goal of a working mine. I look at the caliber of the team and that impresses me. Other comments, we are now looking at possibly the second largest undeveloped saprolite mine globally with a LOM of 80 years. Low nickel price will take production out of the market. Iron ore still $20 a tonne above production costs, nickel price way below cost of production for many. I came away feeling HZM is being managed as well as is possible in difficult circumstances. I think the outcome will be a working mine paying a dividend with a share price to match with the usual caveats about global markets etc.
28/6/2015
13:56
loganair: Divmad - not necessarily. If Anglo are going to sell more shares and to openly report doing so would have an material impact on the HZM share price as long as Anglo report what they are doing to the FTSE then no RNS has to be issued until they have completed what they are doing.
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