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07/12/2016
08:20
Nyota Minerals Daily Update: Nyota Minerals is listed in the Chemicals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NYO. The last closing price for Nyota Minerals was 0.05p.
Nyota Minerals has a 4 week average price of 0.05p and a 12 week average price of 0.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.18p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 1,877,606,672 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Nyota Minerals is £938,803.34.
25/1/2016
16:28
the stigologist: Paul Johnson share price destruction track record
13/11/2015
10:40
tees maar khan: The company needs to without a doubt with careful and sensible planning make proper use of their resources. It is very important how the money is used and the exact nature of the operations. The potential upside here could be significant. Share price is sitting at 0.06 Mkt cap under £1M The company has some cash from recent placing not had chance to research this properly yet as been caught up with other stuff. I'm sure there are many questions and more questions will be on the horizon. If NYO can establish an optimal plan JV/Acquisition. I don't know much about the Italian nickel project. I see potential here but could very well be wrong. This could rerate on any catalyst or could degenerate overtime. That is the nature of these resource stocks. I would say DYOR but I haven't done that properly myself yet lol TMK
03/9/2015
10:01
tomboyb: Recent placing at 0.055p - almost 50% above where the current share price is -
24/9/2014
09:45
philfromfrance: The 'play' has gone - that was to buy NYO at 0.19, sell at 0.20 on the 8th & pocket the KEFI shares for less than nowt, gaining 0.45p per Nyo share you paid 0.19 for - THAT WAS THE PLAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's about the only time the mm's got caught with their pants down, as they should have reduced the NYO price to 0.10 on the opening of the 8th September - for once they missed a trick - so did anyone who left their NYO shares & lost out on 0.10p!!!!!!!!!!!
24/10/2013
12:43
cinquepercento: Code677 and Dusseldorf Your comments make very interesting reading. Assuming the above arrangement with OreCorp takes place/ is completed, what effect do you expect this to have on the NYO Share price in the near future? For example, what sort of immediate value would NYO shares have then? Cinquepercento.
21/10/2013
08:19
jumbone: Dusseldorf, & Yorgi: That only means that they are going to hand NYO on a platter to the other party. But CEY most likely might try to decimate the NYO share price, out of spite. Look at the AT round figure buys, some one is loading NYO share up on the cheap. But..... This could also be CEY's ploy. why??? Several possibilities... 1. Issue an RNS of disposal of 10% of current holding, let the share price tank just to teach the current shareholders a lesson for supporting NYO & RC. 2. Create a general panic in the current shareholders, so that they join with CEY to dump their shares and accelerate the tanking... So the other holders put pressure on RC to step down. 3. Act as though they are not interested in NYO anymore so that the other shareholders and traders loose interest, let the share price tank, and present themselves as a Knight in shining armour to save NYO, and takeover NYO on the cheap so take your pick. But one thing is definite, they are all large players and we the PIs with our small holdings, sell at a loss, we will be the losers. The best strategy is to hold them shares tight and watch the fun, and only exit at a profit / at our own break even. I am holding come what may, Time will tell if my analysis is right. What ever you decide all the very best.
03/10/2013
11:32
firefox6: huntingnews 12:31 CONCHA PLC/CHA are one of the investors fill your boots, TIDMNYO RNS Number : 6684P Nyota Minerals Limited 03 October 2013 Nyota Minerals Limited ('Nyota' or 'the Company') Response to recent share price movement and Suspension of Trading on AIM Nyota Minerals Limited (ASX/AIM: NYO), the gold exploration and development company in East Africa, notes the recent share price movement of the Company's ordinary shares ("Shares"). As previously announced, the Company is in discussions with more than one party regarding an injection of capital. These discussions also include a broad range of potential corporate transactions, with a reverse takeover of the Company being one possible outcome. However, there is no guarantee as to the final structure of a transaction or that a transaction will be successfully concluded. The Board has therefore requested a temporary suspension of trading on AIM in the Company's Shares. The shares will remain suspended until such time as either the structure of the transaction can be clarified or, in the event of it being a reverse takeover, an admission document being published. Further announcements will be made in due course. For further information please visit www.nyotaminerals.com or contact: Richard Chase Nyota Minerals Ltd +44 (0) 20 7400 5740 Chief Executive Officer info@nyotaminerals.com =================== ========== ===== Anthony Rowland Nyota Minerals Ltd +44 (0) 20 7400 5740 Business Development info@nyotaminerals.com =================== ========== ===== Nominated Adviser and Joint Broker Antony Legge/ Daniel Stewart & Company Ciaran Walsh plc +44 (0) 20 7776 6550 =================== ========== ===== Financial PR Susie Geliher/ St Brides Media & Finance Elisabeth Cowell Ltd +44 (0) 20 7236 1177 =================== ========== ===== Joint Broker Guy Wilkes Ocean Equities Limited +44 (0) 20 7786 4370 =================== ========== ===== This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END MSCFXLFBXBFLFBQ (END) Dow Jones Newswires October 03, 2013 07:30 ET (11:30 GMT) >
30/9/2013
22:38
lorn4: Here's a post worth repeating, hope he doesn't mind. jumbone 21 Sep'13 - 13:07 - 637 of 805 2 0 WereWolfie: Richard Chase is a decent straight talking Investment Banker, But also a geologist by education. He was instrumental in hiving off SAMAX Resources,to Ashanti Goldfields in 1998 for US$135 million., which was 7 - 8 times their MC, If memory serves me right. Prior to this he was the Managing director of Ambrian Capital PLC. NYO is sitting a top a 0.84 million tonnes of measured and indicated 6 gm per Tonne of Gold Ore body. Most of this is open pit mining resource. As far as I know the Ethiopian government is ready to give a full mining permit, bur Richard & Antony Rowland had been demanding better terms to NYO. Richard was also instrumental in getting the IFC, (World Bank) funding for NYO. CEY because of uncertainties in Egypt wants to de-risk it's operations by expanding into Ethiopia. CEY has it's own properties and exploration licenses in Ethiopia even before their JV with ALO,and investment in NYO. Now Looks like they want to takeover NYO on the cheap. ALO here is unimportant, since they are just at early exploration stage. This news of ALO was in my opinion released so that the PIs start to have self doubts and sell their holdings and the NYO share price to dip and more could be scooped up by the large volume buyers at a lower price. Looks also like other significant shareholders, backed by Richard are playing hard ball. There are also a lot of rumour that CEY is surreptitiously buying up NYO shares so that it goes up to above 30% from their current 19 -- 20% There are also rumours that there might be a competitive bidder buying up NYO shares From Memory I think NYO's DFS identified an NPV of 24 p as the true value of NYO. In addition, Like in the rest of Africa, Chinese resources companies are very much interested in acquiring significant properties in Ethiopia. As luck would have it, Neil Maclachlan, NYO's Non-Executive Chairman was part of the team that negotiated and concluded Kalahari Minerals takeover by the Chinese through Taurus. From all these dots, one thing is clear despite the confusion, -- The true value of or at the very least the near true value of NYO is being brought out. In all likely hood this move has forced CEY to up their bid for NYO. Which is better for NYO's shareholders. Lets see what next week brings All the very best
21/9/2013
12:07
jumbone: WereWolfie: Richard Chase is a decent straight talking Investment Banker, But also a geologist by education. He was instrumental in hiving off SAMAX Resources,to Ashanti Goldfields in 1998 for US$135 million., which was 7 - 8 times their MC, If memory serves me right. Prior to this he was the Managing director of Ambrian Capital PLC. NYO is sitting a top a 0.84 million tonnes of measured and indicated 6 gm per Tonne of Gold Ore body. Most of this is open pit mining resource. As far as I know the Ethiopian government is ready to give a full mining permit, bur Richard & Antony Rowland had been demanding better terms to NYO. Richard was also instrumental in getting the IFC, (World Bank) funding for NYO. CEY because of uncertainties in Egypt wants to de-risk it's operations by expanding into Ethiopia. CEY has it's own properties and exploration licenses in Ethiopia even before their JV with ALO,and investment in NYO. Now Looks like they want to takeover NYO on the cheap. ALO here is unimportant, since they are just at early exploration stage. This news of ALO was in my opinion released so that the PIs start to have self doubts and sell their holdings and the NYO share price to dip and more could be scooped up by the large volume buyers at a lower price. Looks also like other significant shareholders, backed by Richard are playing hard ball. There are also a lot of rumour that CEY is surreptitiously buying up NYO shares so that it goes up to above 30% from their current 19 -- 20% There are also rumours that there might be a competitive bidder buying up NYO shares From Memory I think NYO's DFS identified an NPV of 24 p as the true value of NYO. In addition, Like in the rest of Africa, Chinese resources companies are very much interested in acquiring significant properties in Ethiopia. As luck would have it, Neil Maclachlan, NYO's Non-Executive Chairman was part of the team that negotiated and concluded Kalahari Minerals takeover by the Chinese through Taurus. From all these dots, one thing is clear despite the confusion, -- The true value of or at the very least the near true value of NYO is being brought out. In all likely hood this move has forced CEY to up their bid for NYO. Which is better for NYO's shareholders. Lets see what next week brings All the very best
20/12/2010
15:40
edward hopper: Site visit update: Tulu Kapi deposit We rate NYO a Buy and our price target is $0.60/sh. The tour of NYO's Tulu Kapi gold deposit in western Ethiopia last week has increased our confidence that there is significant upside potential to the company's current 1.4Moz resource. The trip also highlighted potential upside from regional targets within 15km of Tulu Kapi and at the company's tenements around 100km to the north. Resource update, feasibility report & mining licence in next 6 months We expect NYO to announce a resource update and positive results from its Tulu Kapi Preliminary Economic Feasibility Study in early 2011. The Tulu Kapi study is likely to support a +1Moz open pit mine, from a 2Moz (inferred JORC equivalent) resource. The next step will be for NYO to commence government negotiations for the granting of a mining license for Tulu Kapi. Tulu Kapi will support a much larger project than initially planned The current assessment of the Tulu Kapi project has been bound by drilling to date. We expect that extension drilling, drilling at depth and regional exploration potential will ultimately lead to a much larger mining project. NYO recently announced that it had intersected 15.7m at 37.04g/t from 418m at Tulu Kapi, indicating what could be one of the original sources of gold bearing fluids for the deposit. This high grade feeder zone style mineralisation may support an underground development in addition to the open pit project at Tulu Kapi. Regional exploration to ramp-up in 2011 NYO has identified at least five exploration targets within 15km of Tulu Kapi. A diamond drill program has commenced to follow-up previous drilling, trenching and geophysics conducted over the areas. Success at any of these targets could support either a satellite deposit to Tulu Kapi, or another mine development. Upcoming news flow / work program:  Monthly: Ongoing drill assay results from Tulu Kapi and regional exploration;  January 2011: Resource update (Bell Potter Securities target +1Moz pit from 2Moz JORC inferred equivalent resource);  February 2011: Release results from Preliminary Economic Assessment Feasibility Study;  March 2011: Commence negotiations with the Ethiopian Government for the granting of a Mining License;  Second quarter 2011: Commence Definitive Feasibility Study on Tulu Kapi project; and  Mid-2011: Mining license for Tulu Kapi granted. Ethiopia trip reaffirms our Buy rating Bell Potter Securities attended a site visit at NYO's Tulu Kapi gold deposit in western Ethiopia last week. The trip highlighted that:  there is potential for a +1Moz open-pit reserve at Tulu Kapi. We expect NYO to announce a 2Moz (inferred JORC equivalent) resource in January 2011 (up from 1.4Moz) and a mineable reserve equivalent of at least 1Moz;  NYO's focus is on developing a mine at the deposit. The Ethiopian Government is pressing NYO to complete relevant studies and apply for a mining license by April 2011;  the initial Tulu Kapi mine proposal/development will be expanded as additional local and regional resources/reserves are proven. The company's/government's haste in developing a mine at Tulu Kapi means that the Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) Feasibility Study being completed by SRK Consulting will be for a smaller development than the Tulu Kapi deposit will ultimately support. Extensions to the current resource are not included in SRK's PEA;  there is potential for an underground development at Tulu Kapi. Deeper drilling at Tulu Kapi (not included in SRK's PEA) has identified high grade feeder zone style mineralisation which will likely support an underground development;  there is strong regional exploration potential. NYO has identified at least five other targets within its exploration licenses up to 15km from the current Tulu Kapi resource. Further drilling of these targets has commenced and will continue through 2011;  it is likely that NYO will grow its exploration license position. NYO has strong support from the Ethiopian Government and a growing understanding of the regional geology following its recently completed airborne geophysical surveys. Conservative price target of $0.60/sh Our price target for NYO assumes the company achieves a resource of 2Moz Au at Tulu Kapi by early 2011. It is conservative because:  the current share price can supported by a financial model of a 1Moz open pit mine alone;  there is significant upside to this initial mine development. We have ignored the potential upside from an underground development; and  we believe that NYO's exploration licenses will likely support multiple resources of a similar scale. Our price target is the average of:  EV/Resource valuation: Valuing NYO at US$150/oz gold resource (Australian peers are trading at over US$190/oz and recent gold sector M&A has averaged US$150/oz); and  Sample gold operation NPV: Calculating the NPV of a project likely to be supported by our target gold resource of 2Moz. Assumptions in this model are consistent with other African gold projects and operations. Table 2: Valuations and price target (full assumptions in Appendix 1) Methodology 1 - EV/Resource Resource target koz 2,000 Valuation @ US$150/oz gold resource A$/sh 0.77 Methodology 2 - Sample 10-year operation Mineable reserve koz 1,000 Valuation US$/A$ 0.43 Price target (average valuation) A$/sh 0.60 NYO's Ethiopian gold prospects Developing the Tulu Kapi Gold Project is the key focus NYO's current focus is the development of a mine at the Tulu Kapi Gold Project, around 510km west of the capital, Addis Ababa. The current Tulu Kapi exploration license expires in April 2011. The Ethiopian Government is pushing for NYO to apply for a mining license and develop the project. For a mining license to be granted, NYO must complete an economic assessment of the project and an Environmental Impact Assessment. Four rigs on site, SRK undertaking project feasibility study NYO has four drill rigs operating at Tulu Kapi to upgrade and better define the current 1.38Moz resource. The company has appointed SRK Consulting to complete a PEA Feasibility Study to review resource estimates and the potential for a gold mine development at Tulu Kapi. Results from the study are due in early-2011. We understand NYO's Environmental Impact Assessment on the Tulu Kapi Project is also nearing completion. NYO will progress the Tulu Kapi project through a Definitive Feasibility Study in 2011. Tulu Kapi studies are being completed to NI 43-101 standards NYO is completing its feasibility studies and resource estimates to National Instrument 43-101 standards. 43-101 is a Canadian scheme used for the disclosure of information relating to mineral properties. The 43-101 standard has previously been used by the privately owned Lega Dembi Mine in Southern Ethiopia. We understand that the 43-101 standards are more onerous than Australian based JORC standards. We target a 2Moz resource and 1Moz pit at Tulu Kapi by early-2011 By complying to 43-101 standards, NYO may only announce the SRK Consulting defined in-pit resource. We expect this to be at least 1Moz. However, we expect that drilling completed in 2010 will have ultimately defined a global resource of around 2Moz (inferred JORC equivalent). Supporting our resource target is that:  step out drilling to the north and southwest has identified extensions to the current resource; and  the majority of previous drilling had been completed to depths of only 175m, ending in mineralisation. Underground development potential for further resource growth NYO recently announced that it had intersected 15.7m at 37.04g/t from 418m at Tulu Kapi, indicating what could be one of the original sources of gold bearing fluids for the deposit. To date, assays from only one of four deeper holes have been received and reported. Assays on three additional holes with visually similar mineralisation are pending. These results will not be included in the study being completed by SRK Consulting and as such provide further upside to the resource to be announced in early 2011. The high grade feeder zone style mineralisation will likely support an underground development in addition to an open pit development at Tulu Kapi. Metallurgical testing completed in January 2010: recoveries >95% In early October 2010, NYO released metallurgical test results from Tulu Kapi ore samples taken in July 2010. A total of 28 ore samples were tested from near surface to a depth of 400m (lodes 1 to 4). The results demonstrated good gold recoveries and low reagent consumptions. NYO expect that a combination of gravity and flotation recovery should be able to achieve gold recoveries to concentrate of greater than 95%. Infrastructure to underpin a development at Tulu Kapi Road infrastructure links Tulu Kapi directly to Addis Ababa, of which around 60% of the distance is sealed. The travel time between site and the capital is around 12 hours by road. Site visit update: Tulu Kapi deposit 20 December 2010 See Disclaimers and Disclosures at the conclusion of the analysis Page 5 NYO regularly charter Ethiopian airline, Abyssinian Flight Services, to fly from Addis Ababa to the Ayra airstrip. The flight time from Addis Ababa to Ayra is around 1.5 hours. The Tulu Kapi site is a further 1.5 hour drive from Ayra. NYO has onsite diesel powered electricity generation at Tulu Kapi. The company is in discussions with local utilities with respect to electricity supply for mine/plant construction and ongoing site needs. Electricity supply would require the construction of a 48km transmission line. We expect this would cost around US$4m. The nearby Birbir River is capable of supplying abundant water to site. Preliminary desktop scoping study supported further development 1. In February 2010, NYO released a pre-scoping study report completed by mining and minerals advisors, Venmyn Rand. The key outcomes from the study were: 1. that Tulu Kapi has the potential to be a viable open pit operation on the 690koz gold resource alone (at a US$950/oz gold price); 2. additional resource drilling has the potential to further improve the project's size and economics, and exploration should focus on upgrading the mineral resource and defining mineralization extension; and 3. that other exploration targets could potentially be developed into satellite pits or underground mining areas. Exciting regional exploration potential NYO has commissioned a fifth drill rig to test at least five targets within 15km of Tulu Kapi. We expect NYO to ramp-up this regional exploration program in 2011, providing ongoing news-flow. The targets are at various levels of maturity and have been identified by previous mapping of out-crops, trenching, drilling and geophysics. Targets are: 1. Soyoma; 2. Dina; 3. Chago; 4. Guji; and 5. Chalte/Syenite Hill. These targets are located in the Yubdo (221km2) and Billa Gulliso (202.5km2) exploration licenses, adjacent to Tulu Kapi. Geophysics for regional exploration NYO has completed a 44,700 line kilometer fixed wing airborne geophysical survey over 3,550km2 of its land holding in Ethiopia. UTS-Aeroquest (Australia) was commissioned to complete the survey. The geophysical survey collected magnetic and radiometric data at a line spacing of 100m. Matching the airborne geophysical data to NYO's exploration database and recent gold discoveries (Tulu Kapi and others) will assist in identifying regional exploration targets. NYO has a database of previous exploration across its properties, dating back to the 1970s, which includes geochemical analysis of stream sediments, rock-chips and trenching. Northern tenement database collation On 15 June 2010, NYO acquired an 80% interest in exploration tenements located in northern Ethiopia. The purchased tenements cover an area of 4,500 km2. NYO is currently in the process of collating a database of previous mapping, stream sampling and soil geochemistry data to identify and prioritise exploration targets. The Northern Tenements will form another important part of NYO's 2011 work program. Site visit update: Tulu Kapi deposit 20 December 2010 See Disclaimers and Disclosures at the conclusion of the analysis Page 6 International Finance Corporation (IFC) support On 14 June 2010, NYO announced that the IFC has become a 10% shareholder through a GBP 3.44m placement of new shares (29,749,327 shares issued). IFC will bring developing country expertise to the Tulu Kapi project IFC is a member of the World Bank and promotes sustainable private sector investment in developing countries. One of the IFC's core objectives is to improve the development outcome of projects through its experience and
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