Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amur Minerals Corporation LSE:AMC London Ordinary Share VGG042401007 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.715 2,910,722 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.68 0.75 0.72 0.72 0.72
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.95 -0.18 10
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:24 O 300,000 0.713 GBX

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Amur Minerals Daily Update: Amur Minerals Corporation is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AMC. The last closing price for Amur Minerals was 0.72p.
Amur Minerals Corporation has a 4 week average price of 0.70p and a 12 week average price of 0.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.70p.
There are currently 1,392,872,315 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,845,330 shares. The market capitalisation of Amur Minerals Corporation is £9,959,037.05.
gizmohican: Amc seem to be making it very difficult to get the Circular to vote as it is not on their website as stated and share price angel not returning e mail request? Has anyone got the circular yet?
nfvda: From: Dave85Sale thoughtsToday 11:551/2Just recoding my personal thought process, I tried to take a step back and be holistic....Timing is important in investing Just because amur is vulnerable due to the current geopolitical situation and an entity is attempting to leverage the situation, doesn't mean shareholders should choose this time to press the sell button with a yes vote.Look at the precise timing of this offer - at a time of extreme fear in wider markets.RY from 17.34 mins (below link) explains cost of mine plan to be in range of 300k to 1m usd this would seem to be well within affordability of amur based on most recent cash balance. Have read chat here and elsewhere that we can't complete mine plan due to lack of funds and that that would lead to license loss - this view point doesn't seem to stack up against RY statements/cash levels in amur (post sale of CHL/NRR for >6m usd)? think it is important to understand what amur owns - one of very few known/advanced large scale Ni sulphide deposits in the world, at a time when consensus is for very near future very high industrial demand for materials produced from such deposits.Discoving such a thing is very rare, advancing such a thing to where KM now sits is very time and capital intense and happening to have ownership of such a thing at the upturn of a commodity cycle where Ni & Cu are expected (many gigafactories already, more coming) to see positive demand shifts is a great position to be in.I also think its important to realise both what we do not know, when will Russia/Ukraine situation ease significantly/end, how many shares the purchaser already controls, how much of any funds raised would actually get to SHs, what the reaction to a no vote would be.&What we do know (from articles) 75% of votes that are actually cast are needed for sale to happen (- I suspect purchasers success at present would rely on some non-voting), once sold KM is gone, once yes vote wins everything is out of our hands, if the sale is voted against we keep KM and have a chance to get better deal later (week later or 1 yr or 5 yrs), this is a time at which KM is valued by industry at the very low point of a range of fair value (& that FV was calculated at nickel prices much lower than now and a little goes along way with Ni price sensitivity), time value of money is an increasingly signifcant consideration due to very high inflation, cash balances are sufficient for amur to wait this situation out for quite a while yet, the likely buyer was always more likely to be non-western so current/prolonged western sanctions/attitude change has less effect on eventual sale/funding etc, current sanctioning doesn't include amur, there is current interest in acquiring KM and this was the case before the war too, the hard sell is being put forward by some to vote yes, Russia/Ukraine unrest will ease at some point, we get to find out the reaction to a no vote only if a no vote wins.I strongly suspect PIs still have the ability to prevent this deal but motivation to actually cast a no vote (if they decide that is their wish) will likely be key.If I were the purchaser I would try to create the impressions that this is a take it or leave it deal, and that the vote is a given - it'll be yes anyway/the lowly pi is powerless, you'll get more from selling the shares now than you'll ever get from KM sale once discont factors applied uncertainties factored in.Maybe, the more accumulation that occurs the sweeter the deal will get as they are increasingly paying themselves, however, any 'playing along for now' with this in mind is a very dangerous game, imo, it would need a on-side motivated board (2b shares max issue - (>25% backup)), an attentive register analysis and shareholder organisation/cooperation - not apparent for amc.Relative to voting yes a no vote outcome is more unknown.Relative to anytime in the last five years this seems the (up there at least) absolute worst time to sell KM.The down side from the offer to zero is much much smaller compared to the upside from the offer to potential future proceeds from KM (from a future sale or otherwise) therefore risk reward dictates a no from me.The idea of 7p all cash was a no from me, anchoring me to 105 usd with these terms won't change my mind to a yes if 7p all cash suddenly appeared as real later, btw. Happy to wait for more, don't know if that is right or wrong tho obviously. Upside vs downside viewpoint whilst considering knowns and unknowns.
beltd: Hmm not a good deal for sure, not well handled. Share the sentiments on RY. That said..... share price response bit strange..... I'm sure some people will start hoovering these up. I'm equally baffled why and LTH would sell now. You may as well wait and get the sale through.
induna123: It's a bizarre turn of events here for AMC. Because of the russian invasion our share price crashes 75% but because of the russian invasion the price of nickel has quadrupled in the space of 2 days.
duxy786: Gotta love the neysayers here, spending endless amounts of time when the company has already told us.... "recent share price movement and press speculation that a potentially interested party has valued the Company at an indicative price of up to GBP100 million. The Company confirms that it is in discussions with a potential purchaser to sell its wholly owned subsidiary, Irosta Trading Limited, for approximately the indicated price." 1. Confirmed there is a buyer 2. in discussions with a potential purchaser to sell its wholly owned subsidiary, Irosta Trading Limited And most importantly.... 3. "for approximately the indicated price." ... 'approx' could be anywhere from 80M to 120M IMO Current MC: 16.63M so 'approx' 5 bag minimum from here. #no-brainer
inversi0n: How much are you down here? Hope you realise the game is over. You can wait for the next 3-4 years for the next spike. But I think this time going sub 0.5p. Yes, they have cash in the bank, but more deal with death spiral companies will be in play here. That guy RY is a liar and conman, everyone knows this here. roughandtumbleone - 04 Feb 2022 - 22:22:23 - 9008 of 9605 Amur Minerals Largest undeveloped Nickel deposit in Asia - AMC This is the bit I don’t get. If a company announced a placement at a premium it would attack that price… if a company announced a discounted placement it falls circa that price. AMC confirm they’ve had an approach at equivalent to 7.3p and it’s stays at 1/2. It’s clear there’s games being played and when the news lands, this is going to do a solg in my opinion Happy to wait and keep accumulating roughandtumbleone - 02 Feb 2022 - 10:55:28 - 8852 of 9605 Amur Minerals Largest undeveloped Nickel deposit in Asia - AMC London. For what it’s worth and this isn’t a pump, but I genuinely believe it will go for a lot more. I believe 1% of the insitu resource is a simple negotiation especially if you throw in 300k tonnes of copper as a sweetener. So I’m going for 300m GBP and before everyone coughs and splutters 22p a share is my expectation . roughandtumbleone - 27 Jan 2022 - 08:20:25 - 1329 of 1400 The Good Ship Amur - AMC Took another million which has been delayed. Thank you x
the skipper:'s clearly around the £100m mark and I'm happy to take that if push comes to shove: "Response to Press Speculation and Share Price Movement Amur Minerals Corporation, a nickel-copper sulphide mineral exploration and resource development company which possesses a wholly owned nickel sulphide asset located in the far east of Russia, notes the recent share price movement and press speculation that a potentially interested party has valued the Company at an indicative price of up to GBP100 million. The Company confirms that it is in discussions with a potential purchaser to sell its wholly owned subsidiary, Irosta Trading Limited, for approximately the indicated price. Irostra Trading Limited owns the Kun-Manie Project."
roofer2: The west will hit communist Russia with hard hitting sanctions, they in return take back any western investments with in Russia, you know what that means for AMC share price ? Doomed IMO R2
roofer2: How much will AMC share price be after Russia invade ? Less than 1p that’s for sure ! IMO R2
beltd: Indeed we do! As much as many people are feeling frustrated by the wait, hopefully they are taking the time to fully understand this project if they are new to the share and become appreciative of the history of the project and the intrinsic value of the asset. The wait could well be a sign the bidder is forming of a more acceptable offer which in turn could lead to others bidding. The TEO and subsequent GKZ negotiations is the first step towards opening the door to debt funding. Our bidder is riding on the dismal share price performance over the past few years and the media driven fear of sanctions to try and steal this asset for a snip of its value. It's very clear the bidder has built a significant position being used to manipulate share price but also to block resolutions.
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