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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
  0.00 0.0% 6.10 6.00 6.20 6.10 6.10 6.10 4,650,726 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.1 -1.8 -0.3 - 53

Afritin Mining Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/2/2021
10:47
10p? Roll on 20p. Still be only 160m market cap for all that metal in the ground. Especially if Tin prices keep going like this.
bobbieblock
22/2/2021
10:14
roll on 10p :)
ukgeorge
22/2/2021
08:06
Tin continued flying in Shanghai with a sterling start to the week closing above RMB 192,000 - c. 8% up! Looks like London is trying to keep up - WisdomTree Tin ETF printing offers above $50! ----------------------------------- For anyone interested, Roskill are running a free webinar on Wed 24th titled The evolution of cathode chemistries covering "the global cathode materials industry from 6 perspectives: market, business, technology, economics, patents, and sustainability." hxxps://roskill.com/event/the-evolution-of-cathode-chemistries/
outlawinvestor
19/2/2021
15:24
Pretty sure everyone here is now suffering from tin-price-surge fatigue! So, apologies for piling on more pain but it appears tin futures contracts are running up over 4% as tracked by Bloomberg Tin Subindex. Familiar story on ShFE currently up over 2% following yesterday's 6%. https://www.bloomberg.com/quote/BCOMSNTR:IND
outlawinvestor
19/2/2021
07:58
ShFE April contract closed above CNY 181,000 - c. 6% up! Serious stuff!! hxxp://www.shfe.com.cn/statements/tick/sn2104.jpg hxxps://www.metalbulletin.com/Article/3975934/Base-metals/MORNING-VIEW-Base-metals-prices-mostly-firmer-as-weaker-dollar-provides-support.html At these levels previously uneconomical tin reserves become quite commercial so it's reasonable to expect more mine re-openings and miners exploiting lower grade reserves. But of course it will take some time for new supply to come online. ------------------------------------------------- Apparently the Texas cold snap halted chip production in the state, threatening to exacerbate the global semiconductor shortage. https://www.ft.com/content/ec2f93ad-d23c-4ff4-867a-59385d1cc8a6
outlawinvestor
18/2/2021
09:55
Outlaw: Thank you for tin output figures for ATM
lasata
18/2/2021
07:43
Tin futures contracts at the ShFE jumped on reopening. The most active contract (Apr maturity) was up 5.89%. Interestingly the 3 most active contracts (Mar, Apr & May) are in contango. hxxp://www.shfe.com.cn/statements/tick/sn2104.jpg hxxp://www.shfe.com.cn/en/products/Tin/
outlawinvestor
17/2/2021
17:21
Current nameplate capacity is 60 tonnes of tin concentrate per month targeting 60% contained tin. In November '20 they produced 63.9 tonnes concentrate with 41.6t contained tin (i.e. 65%). https://www.investegate.co.uk/afritin-mining-ltd--atm-/rns/operational-update/202012070700076756H/ According to Monday's RNS "the strong tin concentrate production levels have been maintained since November 2020." https://www.investegate.co.uk/afritin-mining-ltd--atm-/rns/offtake-agreements/202102150700070229P/ The upcoming financial year (commencing March) will be their first year of production at full capacity and they are planning to expand capacity by 50%.
outlawinvestor
17/2/2021
15:58
Tin prices strong again today. What is the tin annual tin production by ATM?
lasata
17/2/2021
15:07
Outlaw...interesting article ...thank you "The ITA has said it expects global tin output to normalise this year, both in China and in the rest of the world. But it warned that supply would struggle if demand staged the same sort of sharp recovery seen ten years ago after the Global Financial Crisis All the evidence points to just such a demand rebound and a supply chain that is now working hard to find units in the right place at the right time. And time is of the essence for anyone short of LME tin because the worst sort of market squeeze is the one when no-one seems to have anything to spare."
lasata
17/2/2021
13:42
LME increases tin market monitoring as rampant spread tightness continues "The LME has been undertaking enhanced market monitoring for several weeks, and has further options available to ensure continued market orderliness if these are required," an exchange spokeswoman told Fastmarkets in a statement on Tuesday. "The LME notes current tightness in the tin market. At present, there is no indication that LME pricing has diverged from the underlying physical market," she said. hxxps://www.metalbulletin.com/Article/3975519/Tin/LME-increases-tin-market-monitoring-as-rampant-spread-tightness-continues.html Should be interesting to see how Shanghai responds when markets reopen tomorrow following the long Lunar New Year holiday.
outlawinvestor
16/2/2021
20:04
Afrimet... "... Also in Zug, Afrimet Resources has been created as an associated unit of steel trading house Vanomet, with Hadley Natus becoming its Senior Trader in tin. He comes from Zug-based metals house MRI Trading, put up for sale recently in divestment plans for the CWT International arm of Chinese conglomerate HNA. Hadley previously worked for Trafigura, first as a senior traffic operator in copper concentrates and latterly managing business development at the group’s Impala warehousing and logistics outfit in Johannesburg... " I think working in Africa needs a different mindset to Europe, and the highest anticorruption standards have to be maintained. It looks like Afrimet are a trusted partner, and Uis is potentially a massive deal for them. Now we just have to deliver on the tantalum side.
3ootuk
16/2/2021
18:40
^ No sweat! The Tantalex info is a little confusing, perhaps Natus "founded" this subsidiary by getting hired at Vanomet / Afrimet and bringing some contacts / clients with him.
fullbreakfast
16/2/2021
18:26
Full Breakfast I apologise for the misinformation. If I had read the RNS more closely I would have seen that Afrimet is a subsidiary of Vanomet. Instead I picked up some misleading information elsewhere. It states that "Mr. Natus founded AfriMet Resources Ag in 2019" in the Tantalex corporate presentation January 2021. Hadley Natus is the chairman of Tantalex. hxxps://www.tantalex.ca/corporate-presentation Clearly it is possible to "found" a business unit or a subsidiary as well as a start up company etc.
shieldbug
16/2/2021
17:13
I do wonder whether Afrimet is a company set up to trade Afritin's Tantalum. The founder of Afrimet is Hadley Natus previously worked for MRI Trading where he had some previous with Afrtin. I can't see anything nefarious in this state of affairs. Everything on the Afrimet website is the kind of thing you would want to hear. According to this site: hxxps://www.moneyhouse.ch/en/company/afrimet-resources-ag-3741439421 Afrimet Resources AG was incorporated in Switzerland in 2007. Named management are Ruedi Mathis, Dr Niklas Lang, Peter Eichinger, Hadley Jareth Natus and Marco Honauer.
fullbreakfast
16/2/2021
16:52
Some chunky late buys showing... should open 5.10-5.20
mold breaker
16/2/2021
15:54
Many reasons I invested here.. but one of the reasons that stuck out... average time for Tin miners from exploration to full production 12 years, most don’t make it. Afritin well positioned to take advantage of near all time high tin prices. DYOR.
mold breaker
16/2/2021
15:36
Same here. Was always a good company
a2584728
16/2/2021
15:29
I got laughed at by a few when mentioning this 9 months ago on another BB. Sitting pretty now.
mold breaker
16/2/2021
14:36
Great company. No skeletons from what I can see and all looks good for the future. Only going one way imho.
a2584728
16/2/2021
14:22
I do wonder whether Afrimet is a company set up to trade Afritin's Tantalum. The founder of Afrimet is Hadley Natus previously worked for MRI Trading where he had some previous with Afrtin. I can't see anything nefarious in this state of affairs. Everything on the Afrimet website is the kind of thing you would want to hear. The Tantalum offtake is for one year. If Hadley sells his shares he has a little less influence on renewing the offtake aggreement.
shieldbug
16/2/2021
13:44
This article suggests it was at $63 - $65/lb on Feb 08th up from £52-$58/lb on 1st Jan. hxxps://www.metalbulletin.com/Article/3974145/Rwanda-lockdown-end-user-demand-push-tantalum-price-to-six-month-high.html
shieldbug
16/2/2021
12:58
Anyone know the current tantalum price. I reckon it’s well north of $150k a tonne I reckon you are correct! Asian Metal won't share the price (without subscription) but we can see the trend: hxxp://www.asianmetal.com/TantalumPrices/Tantalum.html
outlawinvestor
16/2/2021
12:51
Call me an old tin mug if you will, but I've added a few more today. I'm trying not to think too much about those other 180 pegmatites or I might get carried away with myself.
fullbreakfast
16/2/2021
12:46
Hardly any chat on here despite being the only AIM play with a huge producing resource in a red hot metal. Augers well for further price rises. Anyone know the current tantalum price. I reckon it’s well north of $150k a tonne
bobbieblock
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