Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Adriatic Metals Plc LSE:ADT1 London Ordinary Share GB00BL0L5G04 ORD 1.3355P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.30 -5.64% 105.50 173,071 16:35:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
105.00 106.00 111.20 105.60 111.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -10.39 -4.72 281
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:12 O 72,882 107.144 GBX

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Adriatic Metals Daily Update: Adriatic Metals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ADT1. The last closing price for Adriatic Metals was 111.80p.
Adriatic Metals Plc has a 4 week average price of 105.60p and a 12 week average price of 105.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 178.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 105.60p.
There are currently 266,379,240 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 103,118 shares. The market capitalisation of Adriatic Metals Plc is £281,030,098.20.
troc1958: Good to see UBS accumulating shares. Now over 10% holding. Had 7.65% in April 22, so quite a sizable jump. Share price at under 2 AUD is well below the 2.8 AUD financing price. No wonder they are accumulating at this price if they believe, as I do, that the "story" is still intact. Imho its just a matter of time before share price starts trickling up again. Obviously silver and base metals are under pressure due to the expected recession; but this is a long term mine that will still be around through the next couple of economic cycles.
troc1958: Can't see any reason for drop in share price well below 2.0AUD, albeit on very low volume. Building of mine still on schedule and price of AG,ZN still holding up ok. Top up time? POB, you heard anything?
the count of monte_cristo: When the silver price takes off this is going to look very cheap. I'm wondering if the majors are going to be running the rule over this. I seem to remember Rick Rule saying it was a good takeover candidate.
rougepierre: Very very thin market suggests to me the market is well short of stock... MMs easing the price down to try and get stock onboard, but nobody is really selling... Its just taken me 5 'Market Size' transactions to buy £20,000 worth... But here is the irony...I had a Fill or Kill for HALF that amount fail at 123 (best price 123.2) but I've just bought double that at 121.49 in smaller trades. Yes I know about dealing charges but II is only £7.99 a trade so £32 extra to save £260...nuts! VERY happy to hold these long term now...silver play...Brokers target 265p...could this be another ATYM? (A year pre production over 400p)
pob69: Hannam comments; registration required. With the equity dilution risk arising out of the fundraise. The net result is a ~7% decrease in our fully diluted, SOTP-based target to 254p/sh, offering 68% upside to the current share price A major fundraise removes Vareš construction risk hTTps://
alloa2003: Very upbeat message and he doesnt seem too spooked by the share price fall, although he said he was surprised at the initial fall. Always talks a good game, continues to deliver and seems happy to let the business do the ultimate talking. Even considering the recent fund raising and the fully funded status for the main project, there is a lot more going on which seems to be thrown in for free. I topped up on the way down and think this one will do very well.
alloa2003: I am new to this one having just invested and not as knowledgeable as you but from what I see:- - Discount on placing shares wasnt that steep considering recent rise in the share price - There is no chance that the company has not already tested the resolve of institutions to buy into the company - Retail investors locked out to make sure this goes through as quickly as possible - LIBOR +7.5% is give or take 7.5% which isnt excessive but I think the repayment term may have been extended? - Must be institutional demand for shares including private sales Whether or not the payback period has been extended this is still a very short payback term. They seem to have the politicians onside which is useful. If this is such a bad deal then you should be able to buy in yourself at sub the placement price? Or do you not expect that level of weakness? Personally I would see that as a floor, hence the reason I bought in. The margin for those looking to sell and buy back in the placing is borderline now.
troc1958: Very disappointing and expensive financing deal after Cronin promised great rates and no equity dilution!- secured loan over 4 1/2 years with interest accruing at LIBOR +7.5% after which the repayment is over 10 quarterly instalments. This does not make sense when payback is under two years- committing to a LOM copper metal stream does not make sense as this method of financing is extremely expensive compared to paying back an equivalent loan from CF- equity financing for approx. 40% of the funding at a substantial discount to current price and then not including retail investors goes against all that Cronin has been promising over the last year in nearly every presentation. Shareholders shafted again.I see Sandfire bailed at Aus$2.80. Very surprised they accepted such a low figure when Cronin has been constantly pointing out how undervalued the shares are and basically intimating a AUS$4.0 share price.I think we're going to see some serious share price volatility over next number of months. A lot will depend on any movement in the silver price. 
hazl: The climb is impressive share price wise and deserved in my opinion.
pob69: Hannam's comments TP £2.91 "...Vareš financing is the key near term catalyst With the Vareš DFS completed and the project fully permitted for production, the next key step is construction financing. This has the potential to act as a catalyst for a share price re-rating as equity dilution risks are reduced. In addition, a further share price catalyst could come as a result of positive news from the drilling and metallurgical testing programs at Kizevak in Serbia." hTTps://
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