Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Minco LSE:MIO London Ordinary Share IE0004678326 ORD EUR0.0125
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.35p 1.30p 1.40p 1.35p 1.35p 1.35p 6,760.00 07:51:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.1 -0.0 - 6.45

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02/12/2016 10:44:101.326,76089.50O
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02/12/2016
08:20
Minco Daily Update: Minco is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MIO. The last closing price for Minco was 1.35p.
Minco has a 4 week average price of 1.34p and a 12 week average price of 1.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.68p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.43p.
There are currently 478,142,180 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 558,131 shares. The market capitalisation of Minco is £6,454,919.43.
16/11/2016
12:12
jdgeus75: I don't think that's what happened "THE BIG FELLA". yesterday there was at least one buyer accumulating shares. This continued this morning. That the share price is back down because of a couple of small sell orders has nothing to do with that. The fact is that most of the volume today and all of the volume yesterday was at much higher prices than we have seen over the past weeks. This means that people are actually buying. As soon the buyer stops buying, market makers bring the bid / ask back down and we are looking at a share price of 1.25 - 1.35 again. That doesn't matter. As soon you start buying a number of shares at 1.4 or so the bid/ask will go back up again. And that's exactly what will happen. When? I don't know. May be tomorrow. May be next year. The value will ultimately be recognized.
15/11/2016
17:43
jdgeus75: When a company (read: Minco) is for sale (read: low market cap and low share price), people don't like it and are pessimistic. When exactly the same company (read: Minco) is not for sale anymore (read: higher market cap and share price) people like it again and are optimistic. Lesson one: buy low and sell high
13/11/2016
10:51
lendmeafiver: You are right that it will be a 3 year wait if we are just going to hold the NSR until it's actually Revenue earning but I expect a deal will be done before that point and it's value will start to be reflected in the MIO share price in stages triggered by events like planning approval, construction funding, construction stages, mining operations, so I think it's somewhat negative to just assume it's a 3 year wait for the NSR to be reflected in anyway in the share price. Additionally the zinc market is well into recovery so there will be deals on that side of the business at some stage also. There are alternative mining approaches to Woodstock that should be discussed at the AGM also but don't forget MIO has a market cap of circa £6m so there is plenty of scope for re-rating.
19/9/2016
11:09
lendmeafiver: Nice spot jdgeus, an early deal with MIO seems like the most obvious thing to do with any excess cash. MIO share price is certainly looking strong, never seen such a small spread here.
19/9/2016
07:50
jdgeus75: @sm9 The 5 million shares trade was reported on Friday but the transaction took place on Wednesday. Wednesday the share price started the day at 1.35 and closed at 1.45. So the transaction price was exactly the average daily share price and was not reported during the day. I see the 5 million share transaction as a buy because how much volume did we really see on or above 1.40 over the last 12 months? I guess that 99.5% of all trade value was under 1.40 for the last 12 months.
03/9/2016
13:17
lendmeafiver: I agree sm9, if you were Dalradian you would be crazy to wait until full approval and build underway, especially if you took a look at the MIO market cap at £6m, I would just offer MIO £10m of Dalradian equity now, given the current MIO price the board would struggle to turn it down.
03/9/2016
12:14
sm9: Only a matter of time before this is reflected in mio share price, think the next month or so we will mio around 2p...i personnaly think daldarian will buy out mio percentage then they have a clear run without anyone, and they would want to do this before planning otherwise it alot lot more......
16/4/2016
18:22
lendmeafiver: Just seen the dalradian share price, it's risen significantly of late, am I right in saying they now have a market cap of over £130m, whilst we have a (NSR) stake in their single project of focus yet MIO is valued at a total of circa £4m, if so the MIO share price is getting ridiculous now.
12/4/2016
13:49
jdgeus75: A few weeks ago I posted a Net Present Value calculation of Minco's Net Smelter Royalty on Dalradian's project. That calculation showed an absolute minimum valuation of GBP 5.963 million (only the NSR - not considering Minco's cash and other assets). There are other ways of trying to value such a royalty. Since a 2% Net Smelter Royalty will not cost you anything to build the mine (CAPEX), and will not cost you anything to produce gold (OPEX), it must always be valued higher than a working interest. So that is a guarantee that the 2% NSR is worth more than 2% working interest. 2% of Dalradian's share price is currently: GBP 2.500.000. I would prefer a 2% NSR over a 5% working interest. A 5% working interest in Dalradian would be worth GBP 6.25 million based on Dalradian's market cap. Minimum Minco value (very conservative) = 2% NSR + Cash + Other assets Minimum Minco value (very conservative) = 6.25 + 2.00 + 1.00 = 9.25M Minimum Share price = Market cap / number of shares Minimum Share price = 9.250.000 / 478.200.000 Minimum Share price = GBP 0.0193 Minimum upside = 93%
16/3/2015
19:01
bodgit: Yes, I am still alive, which by the looks of things is more than can be said for the MIO share price. No idea what is happening (beyond the drip drip drip falling back of the SP)though would hope for some news soon - and may it be good news too. Buchans and the manganese looking like the best short term hope for news with North Pennines looking like a good idea but little else and XAG all but dead in the water and Dalradian moving on but years away from any NSR for us. Meanwhile, the cash burn continues. Good luck all.
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