Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Uruguay Mineral (SEE LSE:OMI) LSE:UGY London Ordinary Share CA9169091043 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 33.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 31.8 8.9 15.1 1.4 21.26

Uruguay Mineral (SEE LSE:OMI) Share Discussion Threads

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11/10/2012
13:23
Yasx, you will wait a very long time for an apology regarding my opinion you use of multiple usernames on advfn. It seems I'm not the only one to suggest it either, post 9664 by zangdook on the current OMI bb seems to be of the same opinion, albeit not using the usernames I think you've used previously. In reply to your last post on omi bb 'yasX 11 Oct'12 - 12:47 - 9667 of 9668 ...Your definition of a few years equating to two years is absurd....' yasx, plz show me where I stated my definition of 'a few years' as 2 years? Lets stick to the fact plz. What exactly is your definition of the 'past few years' yazx? 'yasX 11 Oct'12 - 12:47 - 9667 of 9668 As regards the dividend, I am firmly of the opinion you will be proven wrong.....' Proven wrong? I stated in March that the talk over the previous 6 months on the bb calling for a divi was nonsense. A divi wasn't paid last yr and we haven't had one yet this year. so I was RIGHT! It was never on the cards. Going forward from here, when capex drops and cash reserves build is a different story. But at that time a divi was never possible. 'yasX 11 Oct'12 - 12:47 - 9667 of 9668 OMI has over the past few years failed miserably when compared to other producers.' yasx, thats not the case though is it.... look 1yr free stock charts from uk.advfn.com 2yr free stock charts from uk.advfn.com 3yr free stock charts from uk.advfn.com 4yr free stock charts from uk.advfn.com edit Yasx, for clarity, GDX is an etf which tracks a group of gold mining companies
bushtuckaman
14/5/2010
13:16
thanks wallywoo
woff woff
14/5/2010
13:15
yep, check out OMI - Orosur Mining Inc
wallywoo
14/5/2010
13:14
has this share had a name change or shares not trading
woff woff
18/1/2010
14:23
Is that sarcasm?
thx1138
18/1/2010
14:17
robson good call on VGM
argy2
11/1/2010
09:30
http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=21529115
robson1974
11/1/2010
08:24
OMI is up and running http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=21508980
robson1974
11/1/2010
08:10
cheers riv, tks agn
scottishfield
11/1/2010
07:27
Hi scottishfield. FWIW ai echo Steve's post, with the added positive for UGY that's it's ISAble, unlike the others, so can be held tax-free :o))
rivaldo
11/1/2010
00:01
gold breaking out , up past $1150
robson1974
10/1/2010
22:38
Tks all, appreciated v much. good luck. already hold mml, ngl, pog & cey - (all of which have done well for me.) Thinking perhaps of spreading my 'risk' a bit more (and/or reducing some of these which have grown over a period). Thanks again.
scottishfield
10/1/2010
22:20
Is there a bb for just discussion on gold mining shares. I believe 2010 will be the year for Au mining shares. Some good debate on KYS, VGM and UGY (OMI). I also hold HZM producer, HGM explore and GRL explore.
wimbled
10/1/2010
21:23
Hi guys, already in VGM looking to invest here, could anybody tell me the costs the company is hoping to produce at in the near future.
royalalbert
10/1/2010
21:16
£2.00 by year end, and will be funding the rump of my retirement. imo.
sir beeksalot
10/1/2010
21:13
UGY (OMI) is the one because it has had its overhang lifted with end of the FVX arbitrage and over the whole period has not been able to respond to the fact that its profitability has more than doubled (cash costs were $700, and their model was based on an $850 selling price so $150 cash profit/oz going to about $400/oz) KYS is not producing so has to find funding in the most difficult funding environment for years. UGY (OMI) can fund their own development through cashflow.
robson1974
10/1/2010
20:26
SF. I prefer producers to non-producers, so that rules out KYS. Decent profits should be made in 2010 with a gold price above $1100 by both UGY and VGM as opposed to cash burn by KYS and others that are explorers or at development stage, not yet in production. So there is certainty of cash flow v's delays/problems/cash raising/cash burn of production start up. UGY (OMI) and VGM are both debt free, unhedged and undervalued with production and exploration upside. Imo either UGY or VGM would be a decent investment with the possibility of doubling (or more) based on business development this year without any further increase in the gold price. If gold goes to $1300-1500 or more, the sky's the limit ... If you can't decide suggest you invest in more than one.
stevea171
10/1/2010
18:52
Interesting sf, I hold all three, I know your question wasn't directed at me but I like Kryso the most, however I prefer holding vgm,ugy and kys as I believe they're all very promising.
thx1138
10/1/2010
18:40
riv ( or others) how would you rate this co against, say kys or vgm, if you were to choose an investment in one of them at this point? (probably unfair question, but i'm currently looking at all three to possibly choose 1) TIA
scottishfield
10/1/2010
07:31
The T1ps Gold Fund has been buying more UGY per their update published this weekend. Perhaps EK will mention UGY again in his updates. Looking forward to good news flow here now - Thursday's results narrative should be positive given the deal completion.
rivaldo
09/1/2010
17:08
From website: Upcoming events. Thursday January 14, 2010, 7:00 am UKT Release of Half Year Results
stevea171
09/1/2010
15:46
latest update from MiningMaven. There is no such thing as bad weather – only the wrong clothes... gold and metals update http://miningmaven.blogspot.com/2010/01/there-is-no-such-thing-as-bad-weather.html
selfservice
09/1/2010
15:45
Name change effective from yesterday for TSX, Monday for us: Change of Name to Orosur Mining Inc. Following the passing of the resolution to change the name of the Company to Orosur Mining Inc. at the Annual General Meeting held on October 13, 2009, the Company is pleased to announce that the common shares in the Company will commence trading under the name Orosur Mining Inc. with effect from January 8, 2010 for shares quoted on the TSX Venture Exchange and with effect from January 11, 2010 for shares quoted on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. The new TIDM of the Company on the London Stock Exchange and symbol on the TSX Venture Exchange will be OMI. The new ISIN will be CA6871961059. The Company's website address will remain as www.uruguayminerals.com until further notice. David Fowler, Chief Executive Officer of UME stated: "The change in name to Orosur Mining Inc, reflects the broader focus of the Company on South America gold development rather than in Mineral Exploration in Uruguay.
stevea171
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