Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pathfinder Min LSE:PFP London Ordinary Share GB00BYY0JQ23 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.875p 0.85p 0.90p 0.875p 0.875p 0.875p 566,316.00 07:50:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 0.0 -1.1 -1.1 - 1.24

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06/12/2016
08:20
Pathfinder Minerals Daily Update: Pathfinder Min is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PFP. The last closing price for Pathfinder Minerals was 0.88p.
Pathfinder Min has a 4 week average price of 0.82p and a 12 week average price of 0.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.48p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.63p.
There are currently 142,237,061 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,212,126 shares. The market capitalisation of Pathfinder Min is £1,244,574.28.
24/12/2014
13:02
mike111d: Your posts seem to be walking the share price down.
15/12/2014
19:09
h2owater: From 2011 PFP is back! Pathfinder Minerals - Initiating coverage with a recommendation of Speculative Buy at 8p with a 13.9p target price 1403 Days ago (2011-02-11 11:53:39)Print this Article 11th February 2011 Analyst: Dr Michael Green Email: michael.green@gecr.co.uk Tel: 0207 562 3650 Pathfinder Minerals - Initiating coverage with a recommendation of Speculative Buy at 8p with a 13.9p target price Key Data EPIC PFP Share Price 8p Spread 7.75p - 8.25p Total no of Shares 809,406,498 Market Cap £64.75 million 12 Month Range 5.375p - 9.25p Market AIM Website www.pathfinderplc.couk Sector Mining Contact Nick Trew - 07774 168688 Pathfinder Minerals (Pathfinder) has emerged as the owner of a titanium dioxide exploration project in Mozambique that may shape up to be comparable to the nearby Moma Mine which is owned by Kenmare Resources (Kenmare). It has been the appreciation of the true potential of the Moma Mine which has served to propel Kenmare' market capitalisation to over £980 million level which has catapulted the stock into the FTSE 250 index. It certainly seems that the market is waking up to an increasing shortage of titanium feedstocks from 2012, which has been highlighted by a number within the industry as well as Kenmare which is in the midst of a 50% increase in production to help meet this perceived shortfall. IM Minerals (IM) has reversed into Pathfinder in an all-share deal worth £34 million. By this deal, the Company has gained an almost 100% stake in the Naburi and Moebase licences covering land near the coastline in the north of Mozambique, which lies just 50 kilometres away from Kenmare's Moma Mine. A full feasibility study which includes the environmental assessment was completed in 1998 by Billiton, which focused on the production of a chloride grade titanium slag formed from the ilmenite; with iron being sold as a co-product from the slag with both ilmenite and rutile sold as mineral concentrates. This structure of project was judged to be uneconomic at the time and the project was placed on care and maintenance by BHP Billiton in 2004. Since that time there has been no further exploration effort until IM acquired the Moebase and Naburi licences; but Pathfinder will be able to benefit from the $27 million that BHP Billiton spent on this project. Since those days the fundamentals of the titanium dioxide market seemed to have improved substantially for this white pigment that finds its way into paint, coatings and plastics. Growth in demand looks assured with pigment producer DuPont believing that 85% of growth will come from emerging regions and this is not just a story about meeting the growing need of China but also the increased demand from Latin America, Central Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Lack of investment in titanium production and the depletion of reserves in countries such as Australia coupled with low global inventories seem to be tightening up the supply/demand situation which has begun to be reflected in rising market prices. Export volumes from China have reportedly been skyrocketing in recent months as Chinese producers seem to be the only ones left with any spare capacity. Mineral estimates prepared by Billiton have been restated by consultants Scott Wilson to give a total of 71.72 million tonnes of contained metal in the Indicated and Inferred category of resources. Although this conforms to the current CIM mineral resource estimate standards, these figures are not compliant with NI 43-101 reporting requirements. As the dust settles on this acquisition, the Company is likely to embark on work to digitise the existing drill hole data and undertaken to replicate drilling of the existing holes to confirm the historical drill data. This will be followed by taking bulk samples and metallurgical tests which will culminate in a Feasibility Study for the mining and recovery of heavy minerals. Such work would probably take at least 12 months with a budget of around $10 million; but if successful should provide JORC-compliant reserve and resources and an improved understanding of the metallurgy deposit should allow a valuation to be placed on the project with a far higher level of certainty. There looks to be obvious value here to be unlocked. To get the ball moving, the early investors in IM have swapped their shares for Pathfinder paper at what represents a substantial discount to the value placed on the project by consultants Scott Wilson. The Valuation Report was a reassuringly thorough and compelling piece of analysis, but our peer comparisons show that this work might also be fairly conservative. There has been a growing awareness of the real shortage of titanium feedstock supply although many producers are working at full capacity. Added to this is the forthcoming years this shortage is liable to become more acute as a result of the limited new supply coming on stream. Given this scenario unfurling it is little surprise that recently the share prices of the peer group have been buoyant. Indeed over the past three months the share price of Kenmare Resources has doubled to 40p. Given such moves in the market, we have chosen to adopt the top of the range valuation of $179.30 million for IM that was presented in Scott Wilson's Valuation Report of March 2010 as the most likely valuation to determine a target price. The $179.30 million (£112.1 million) valuation equates to a target price of 13.9p. We initiate coverage on Pathfinder Minerals at 8.00p with a SPECULATIVE BUY recommendation and give the stock a target price of 13.9p. http://uk-analyst.com/shop/page-advice/action-advertorial.show/id-130010432
27/6/2014
09:04
lady_g: I thought the new Chairman's statement was excellent, clear and determined. Not sure what others expected to see! Cash-cover is good and business as usual as far as I can see, so no need for any change in share price IMHO. I did pick up on a couple of new things in his statement - one of them was "seeking compensation for the loss of value" and the other "seeking other ways to add value to the company". Both of which are positives.
27/6/2014
08:13
loverat: I suppose the alternative to that is PFP could do a 41% discounted placing like CCE did today. Then the share price could halve - just as CCE's did today.
27/6/2014
07:58
loverat: Sorry, don't engage with trolls. Induna123 - agreed that there may be disappointment with lack of visibility but things can and do change. Within that window there will be further speculative ups and downs in the share price and possible developements which make these a buy for me. Plenty of scope for profit even without a resolution. Further they have a reasonable amount of cash.
17/6/2014
06:48
rhodri66: I think there will be a deal done very soon. All this silence while Bellingham does his bit is so telling. My bet is a deal will be announced on the same day they release their annual accounts - less than 2 weeks away. PFP is a huge multi-bagger for those early birds who read and understand what is going on. The share price will gap on news so no chance of getting in after the event. IMHO
22/1/2014
08:46
knigel: I have to start work but google market makers. If every share sold had a PI buyer - the share price would never move. Btw shareholder here so perhaps u have another reason for recent share price weakness? gla
07/11/2013
20:18
loverat: There are various scenarios for an earlier resolution to this and also positive scenarios in terms of the share price in any event. Anything can happen on AIM and it usually does. I have thought for a while that this will only be resolved politically rather than through the legal processs. If the General does not respect the legal process, accept decisions or pay his cost orders, this could drag on for another five years. Paranoid and obsessive litigants in the legal system are very resourceful and can drag things out for years. Even if the Supreme Court of Mozambique issues a final binding decision, I would not be surprised if the General turns up unannounced in the courthouse in Timbuktu with his papers. There is no reasoning with vexatious litigants just as there is no reasoning with the vultures circling on this thread. Anyway perhaps the latest circus will be the signal now that intervention is needed. In the meantime the share price will move where it moves and I doubt the appearance of a number of professional derampers on here spreading misinformation and innuendo will make a huge amount of difference in the grand scheme of things.
04/11/2013
17:50
zed250: MGMT mate exactly very cheap now and looking like bargains these prices are. time to stock up as Christmas sales have come early at Pathfinder lol. imagine the reaction to this share price on the RNS that contains " Pathfinder successfully gets Licenses and Deposits Back" this share price will go mental and rise and rise plenty. our time is near as the news is flowing in and progress is being made waiting on Mozabique court date GLA
26/9/2013
15:36
steelr66: - Masakadza I sympathise with you & you are quite correct. Simply put, any shareholder can contact the clerk of the court in Maputo & enquire when the first & next substantive hearings are being listed for. As I posted elsewhere, the news may be very disappointing DYOR. Some of the posts talking the stock either up or down are without any meaningful information, and are irrational & delusional. There is a very good library on Moz law & court procedure at NYU public access. Any investor in pfp should acquaint himself with these principles of procedure, where there is ample precedent. Based on reported Moz precedent, lots of property disputes still unresolved after secondary appeals process 5 years on (details are publicly available). pfp would be a precedent in itself if the legal dispute was settled within 3 years from the first hearing. Again DYOR. Any investor with access to an informed natural resources analyst in the city, will learn that the pfp story has done the rounds..... An important question, which doesn't require much imagination, is whether there is any serious institutional appetite for Pfp in its current form & current management, given the dogs mess that exists? Theoretical restoration of the licences some years out, if pfp can survive that long on its dwindling cash base, doesn't automatically imply a whopping increase in the share price. All it means, again if pfp by some miracle survives that long, is the company is brought to the starting line & still has to raise many tens of millions for 'banking feasibility' which is what the first £11m was ostensibly raised to instigate. Don't forget this £11m was raised to prime the pump, but was not sufficient in itself to get to game. Would any investor seriously wish to back this management team given the nightmare they've landed themselves at the first outing? Would you?
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