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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Afritin Mining Limited LSE:ATM London Ordinary Share GG00BD95V148 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -0.8% 6.20 6.20 6.30 6.37 6.25 6.25 1,904,856 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.1 -1.8 -0.3 - 50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/4/2021
08:00
LME 3m Tin closed above $26k last night having finally taken out the producer selling that has capped the market for the last three weeks.
lasata
14/4/2021
14:17
Koolio....agree on ATM Tin prices firming again today. This company in the right zone to benefit from those....
lasata
14/4/2021
01:42
Small world Koolio. I was born near carn brea ?
jonshevlin
14/4/2021
01:30
LoL: Locals in Cornwall are loving the idea that Crofty and united downs may get back to productive status, have you seen those areas. I live down there and am over the moon that Cusn are getting going in the old mining towns but my money is in ATM. Revenue producing with huge easy and cheap to mine open pit tin, bolt on by products and 180 further targets within 5km of our plant at UIS. ATM is a No brainier in my opinion but I wish all at Cornwall Mines the very best and wouldn’t rule out buying in at some point in the future.
koolio
12/4/2021
14:26
The grade they are producing so far is fine. Cornish...a long way to go....locals not happy...
lasata
12/4/2021
13:33
Have switched my position into Cornish Metals. This is starting to feel like the low grade of tin is an issue. Cornish could provide good drill results in six weeks. GLA.
allonblack
12/4/2021
12:23
9th March was Q1 update, so next news will be a while unless they give monthly updates on phase 2.
3ootuk
12/4/2021
10:15
3ootuk....when might that be?
lasata
12/4/2021
09:30
Next update should be phase 2 tin expansion, and quarterly production.
3ootuk
12/4/2021
08:44
RNS well received by the market
lasata
12/4/2021
08:00
Tantalum concentrate sells for approx $50/lb from a peak of $100/lb. Major supplies are now coming in from lithium mines. I would base any valuations here on tin, anything else is a bonus. The fact that we have an agreement for tin offtake does sound like we will get a saleable product. Pretty sure we will get a lithium offtake as that has good physical/chemical separation with light and heavy fractions. Its all a case of whether the extra plant capex is cost effective.
3ootuk
12/4/2021
07:41
"Following the achievement of nameplate tin concentrate production in November 2020, the Uis Tin Mine has exceeded production forecasts."This is a nice positive piece. The rest sounds like it is pretty complicated and that they are trying lots of different process routes.
ukgeorge
12/4/2021
07:15
Not the best update. Using magnetic separation, the tantalum fraction also retains some tin fraction. Looks like no tantalum off take for at least another quarter. The roasting/leaching adds extra steps, but we shall have to see the cost/benefit ratio. I think we might get a drop in share price short term based on this. Lithium again is a long way away, but they have a good handle on it, and it was always planned to be after the tantalum. Ore sorting intake again is a long way away, but could be extremely good for improving plant feed and worth doing. Busy people.
3ootuk
09/4/2021
10:18
Tin prices steady again today.......
lasata
08/4/2021
15:34
Diamond1 Tin...agree....
lasata
08/4/2021
14:30
The commodities 'Super Cycle' is only just starting to get going. As the world comes out of lockdown, there is going to be a tremendous surge in demand. Silver in particular will see massive upside and it's likely to happen towards the end of this year. Why? Because as things stand at the moment, there are 350 times as many paper contracts completed every day, as there is physical Silver. When traders start to want actual physical delivery, the preverbial, will hit the fan. Copper and Tin are also going to be hugely in demand. People don't really consider Tin normally, but as technology gets going after lockdown, more and more Solder will be needed for circuit boards, and Tin is a major component of Solder. All in my very humble opinion of course.
diamond1
08/4/2021
11:51
This is such a cheap stick in the scheme of things IMHO of course
a2584728
08/4/2021
09:16
Tin prices remain firm
lasata
07/4/2021
12:44
"“The concentrate stocks are at zero”, he says, “which means the maximum metal supply equals mine supply. It also means that metal production is dropping because there is no more draw down on concentrate stocks possible.” We saw what happened with China in the 2000s, and a plethora of other countries want similar economic growth. America’s infrastructure needs rebuilding and increasingly interventionist governments the world over are getting involved in infrastructure spending of one kind or another to make themselves popular and secure their re-election. We talk about the rise of the Asian middle class, but it hasn’t finished yet. And there’s the African middle class to come, not to mention South America. The large mining companies have relied on acquisition rather than discovery. The smaller companies are finding it increasingly difficult to make discoveries. True elephants (huge deposits) are more and more rare, especially in accessible places. The quality of the grade is falling. The bottom line is this: there is not enough metal. There hasn’t been enough metal for a long time because there has not been enough investment. Why? The money has all gone into tech – scalable tech. There is one thing that will solve all of this: higher metal prices. I rather suspect the bull markets we have seen this past year are just the start. We might well now be seeing the physical economy starting to make a comeback.
lasata
07/4/2021
12:44
Dominic Frisby....Moneyweek "Never mind the impact Covid-19 has had on supply chains: coronavirus is the great accelerator. Stuff that was going to happen anyway has been brought forward – and metals prices have been rising. I’ve spent a lot of time on the phone this past week to metals traders and dealers. You might not think so to look at the gold price, but at the precious end of the market, physical bullion dealers are reporting unprecedented demand. One of the biggest US dealers has seen its turnover go from from $651m to $1.5bn to a record $3bn in just the past three years. There’s a similar story in Germany. Talking to one trader from the floor of the metals exchange, he says this bull market is way bigger than the one we saw in the noughties. “I’ve been here since the 90s. I’ve never seen anything like this. Tin. Copper. There is just no excess stock in the concentrate markets.” Just to explain that term, mines produce “concentrates” and sell to smelters who produce metal. The concentrates markets are rather opaque to outsiders; the surplus or deficit between mine supply and metal consumption gets hidden there as concentrate stocks go up and down."
lasata
06/4/2021
13:33
Probably....looks like a flag has completed on the chart......
lasata
06/4/2021
12:40
Ready for the next leg up I think?
a2584728
06/4/2021
07:28
Tin prices very firm today......
lasata
01/4/2021
19:40
China smelters halt production hxxps://www.internationaltin.org/china-smelters-halt-production/ The ITA think this "is unlikely to be a significant issue for the Chinese tin market" due to current SHFE stockpiles. Obviously it all depends on exactly how long the shutdowns last - tin could get very jumpy again!
outlawinvestor
01/4/2021
08:57
Bit of a pullback, and hitting the bottom of a rising channel around 5.5p We need news on tantalum to start the next leg up.
3ootuk
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