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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.76 -0.25 25
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04/12/2020
08:20
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 1.82p.
Amur Minerals Corporation has a 4 week average price of 1.65p and a 12 week average price of 1.62p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.85p.
There are currently 1,379,872,315 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,876,499 shares. The market capitalisation of Amur Minerals Corporation is £24,872,198.48.
28/11/2020
16:48
loganair: I've just been watching a very recent interview by the fund manager Warren Irwin who invests in mining explorers. He mentioned that since 1990 he has employed a specialist when it comes to the Nickle explorers and hasn't found any decent large tier one Nickle plays over the past 10 years. This fund manager hasn't invested in AMC therefore I can only assume he doesn't think AMC and their KM project a good play as if it was he would have invested in the project which he hasn't. For over 4 years, AMC have been trying to get local and state government in put in money for local infrastructure which they have failed to do so. Every thing when it comes to AMC is taking far longer then one would think, there are so many red flags that this is leading me more and more to think AMC is a 'Scam' of a mining exploration company as so many junior mining exploration companies are.
28/11/2020
10:00
latex gimp: I am very excited to repost this from the start NovemberSo here we are, finally in November and just 4 weeks between now and the TEO submittal deadline. As a long term investor and with a sizeable holding, i believe this month will be one of the most important and transformational in AMC's history and lead us into a very exciting Q1 next year. The below RNS's could land any day 1. Updated JORC, and it's going to be BIG. 2. Updated Economic Assessment and it's going to be BIG. 3. Confirmation of the TEO submission The update of the AMC web site to split out our project interests and the recent RNS describing us as a resource development company confirms my belief that Adams future vision is for AMC to be holding a piece of Kun Manie into production along with a portfolio of other investments that he has been able to use his skills, experience and most importantly contacts to unencumber. RNS's that I expect in Q1 1. TEO approval 2. Binding offtake on Copper and / or Nickel 4. Ofttaker taking a position in AMC for cash 5. BFS financing In order to access the best possible future financing, I also expect AMC to move to the main listing which whilst opening up better deals will force tracker and other investment funds to take a position in us by buying from the open market. Add to the mix that we have been in discussions with Glencore who faciliatated an investment to allow us into production without further dilution, our new NRR board members links to Rio Tinto and the fact the a TEO is good enough for Russian & Asian companies, anything could happen at any time. Personally, I have never felt as compfotable holding AMC shares as I do now. For anybody that hasnt watched it but is invested in AMC or thinking about it, below is a very good interview posted by TDT on Copper and Nickel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PYKkqSq0Os
26/11/2020
13:52
hughez87: Good to see the share price starting its inevitable recovery from yesterdays disappointing delay news..JoeBass chatting nonsense on LSE, confusing making use of emergency mechanisms put in place due to an unforeseen world health emergency to secure their asset with insider trading. An application to ensure that IF REQUIRED, an extension facility was in place if so needed. .They didn't release an RNS to advise of delay until the 11th hr. This and the information within the RNS regards the current status and progress of the TEO, suggests to me that they were very close to hitting the deadline but unfortunately COVID has taken its toll. In my opinion TEO could still be submitted pre-Christmas..Let's look at the timeline..On the 1st Oct Amur's Adam Habib did a proactive interview to say TEO was on track for the 1st Dec. At this day there was 8,945 new Covid cases and growing in Russia. Cases started to slowly spike up from last two weeks in Sept after being pretty steady up to this point. .By 25th Nov this increased to 25,000 new cases daily. Giving the Covid crisis was getting worse by the day, with bigger daily spikes from the start of Oct, Adam sold some shares at the end of Oct. Given that he was not taking a wage at the time, a decision to sell a few shares to ease his cash flow was entirely his. He sold a minimal amount. If he sold his entire holding I would be worried, he sold 255,869 shares leaving him with 4,876,000. Hardly the actions of someone panicking about the long term success of the project. .We now have confirmation of the following.Additional ResourcesLonger Mining lifeTEO in final stagesThe Fundamentals here attracting new investors just got better.China wants to take over the EV world (on our door step).Onwards and upwards for AMC. Investors have faith and believe they will get their payday. .Traders ride the waves and 9 times out of ten get stung. They manipulate newbies and weaker hands by running companies down in order to time their entry and exit points. Disgusting behaviour in my opinion..GLA
25/11/2020
17:38
schachmeister: Well gentlemen,we got news as I expected and yes,The delay on the Teo was a little disappointing but the prospects for Amc are still just as good as they were beforehand so for me this dip is simply another excellent opportunity to increase my holding. Amc's nickel is still in demand and nothing has fundamentally changed,so its only the traders and weak holders who got hurt today.I was never going to sell any shares on this news nor any other news until there is a very serious rerate and then I shall still retain a core holding for the eventual Take Out..The Chessmaster will happily wait patiently for his reward and it will be significant. Granted,the management haven't played it skilfully with todays rns,they should have warned shareholders of the possibility of delay earlier but maybe they thought/hoped it could still be delivered on time right up to the last moment,who knows,at least they had the prudence to apply for an extension with all the covid issues. The important question now for investors is, have the reasons for investing here changed ? My answer is an emphatic No... just the shares can now be bought more cheaply thanks to the kind traders and weak holders who gamble on whims with Gnat like timespans and lose 90% of the time. Setbacks happen and this is Russia,so investors must expect a number of things will be out of amc's hands and done the Russian way and in Russian time,like the signing off of the Teo.Traders looking to make a quick buck here will find it tough going but those holding for the medium term need not be concerned by the day to day price movements and sit back awaiting much bigger longer term gains. I expect the traders and weak holders will grant me some more favourable buying opportunities in the coming weeks and i'm thankful to them for that as i'm more confident than ever that Amc are going in the right direction and have the right product for the right market and at the right time !
18/11/2020
20:29
crazytowner: In the last few months AMC have held an EGM where they clearly stated the purpose was to enable them to move quickly on investment opportunities.They followed through with securing an excellent investment which will allow them to persue their stated strategy of no further shareholder dilution. Furthermore they stuck to this when NRR agreed to inject cash to accelerate production during high iron ore prices..They have also got a non binding offtake with most likely Glencore with discussions around them purchasing all of our product and paying for all metals contained. .We now have an AGM upcoming with a webinar and good time frames to submit questions, decide on our votes and get them in on time.. The market has also soaked up about 450m shares over the last 6 months and the share price remained above the placing and so I don't think there is the lack of confidence in the BOD some posters are pushing across the boards. .The TEO submission date is getting closer and as I have said for a little while, I think it will be a close call with the programme fat they will have lost during the Covid lockdown.We have been told that extensions can be granted and the important element for me should there be a risk to missing the submission date is that AMC have an extension submitted and agreed prior.Personally, I don't need an update on this until something changes and it is only now as the submission date is getting very close that it will become fully apparent whether they can deliver it on time or not. .What the share price does over the next few weeks doesn't really matter to me as I believe that they can deliver on their no further dilution strategy and should some be required upon turning the offtake binding, it will be at a negotiated price.
06/11/2020
21:02
hughez87: Nice to finish above 2p again. There is so much going on in the world of Class 1 Nickel and EV. Large players will be eyeing up AMCs asset..The Chinese government has launched a new energy vehicle (NEV) industry development plan that will see NEV sales account for 20% of the country's total vehicle sales by 2025..The plan, which covers the period from 2021 to 2035, will also see battery-electric vehicles dominating new vehicle sales by 2035. By that time, China's goal is to have all of its public transport running on electric power..Natalie Scott-Gray, senior metals analyst with StoneX, said the announcement "has solidified the bullish sentiment towards the future use of key 'green metals' being utilized in electric vehicles," which include copper used in electric wiring, aluminum for light-weighting, and lithium, nickel, and cobalt used in lithium-ion batteries..Hold tight AMC shareholders. Our share price is only going one way and we have so much good news just around the corner..https://www.mining.com/china-targets-20-share-of-new-energy-vehicle-sales-by-2025/
01/11/2020
14:22
crazytowner: So here we are, finally in November and just 4 weeks between now and the TEO submittal deadline. As a long term investor and with a sizeable holding, i believe this month will be one of the most important and transformational in AMC's history and lead us into a very exciting Q1 next year. The below RNS's could land any day 1. Updated JORC, and it's going to be BIG. 2. Updated Economic Assessment and it's going to be BIG. 3. Confirmation of the TEO submission The update of the AMC web site to split out our project interests and the recent RNS describing us as a resource development company confirms my belief that Adams future vision is for AMC to be holding a piece of Kun Manie into production along with a portfolio of other investments that he has been able to use his skills, experience and most importantly contacts to unencumber. RNS's that I expect in Q1 1. TEO approval 2. Binding offtake on Copper and / or Nickel 4. Ofttaker taking a position in AMC for cash 5. BFS financing In order to access the best possible future financing, I also expect AMC to move to the main listing which whilst opening up better deals will force tracker and other investment funds to take a position in us by buying from the open market. Add to the mix that we have been in discussions with Glencore who faciliatated an investment to allow us into production without further dilution, our new NRR board members links to Rio Tinto and the fact the a TEO is good enough for Russian & Asian companies, anything could happen at any time. Personally, I have never felt as compfotable holding AMC shares as I do now. For anybody that hasnt watched it but is invested in AMC or thinking about it, below is a very good interview posted by TDT on Copper and Nickel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PYKkqSq0Os
30/10/2020
15:28
zwischen: The NRR deal looked too good to be true and it most certainly was too good to be true.Only another paltry £20 mln investment and Amur's stake will be all but wiped out. Some Investors say the big money comes from phase 2 but phase 2 will require amc to put in significantly more capital or be diluted to a negligible holding of a tiny fraction of 1%. £10 million took around 30% off amc's stake so one more round of minor investment ($20/30mln) and we're effectively diluted to all but zero. Amc won't be able to invest more capital in the project and more capital will be required,so amc will simply be diluted out and this has already begun with the 30% loss when £10 million was invested. AMC will get around £600k a year for their $4.7mln investment but that seems rather pointless. The upshot is AMC have not actually secured a concrete deal with NRR at all for 19%, because every £10mln investment wipes off 30% of Amur's stake and further significant millions will be required for phase 2 and amc won't be able to contribute,so will be thus diluted to a totally insignificant percentage of well under 1%. It only requires another £20mln investment and we're down to 1%,so it's actually a nothing deal because of the investment required and subsequent dilution further investment will have on Amur's stake. We all thought the deal was too good to be true and it was,the fine print will see Amur with a totally insignificant percentage after all the future investment. And although production is now being ramped up with the new capital,amc do not benefit from this increase so it's all pretty much pointless.
27/10/2020
13:44
hughez87: It could be argued that Adam thought the first RNS would have had a positive impact on the share price so shares were sold before this. We were all expecting the Roper Bar update and the share price was expected to rise apart from the change to a lower convertible % coupon in return for expediting production and maximising iron ore price and sales value now at its current inflated price. I am sure it was a calculated decision to maximise funds for KM and the BFS. I also believe all be made clear.
18/10/2020
09:52
schachmeister: People often ask Amc or Hzm ?, TDT on the lse board always posts that there is 'no real difference between the two but I say there is a big difference because HZM have what they call 'Dirty Nickel'.Pig iron,Ferronickel,which is environmentally unfriendly as it requires a complex and expensive process to extract the nickel Elon musk is not talking about Dirty Nickel,like Hzm's, he's talking about clean Nickel and that means Sulphide and that's where the real demand is going to be! So the difference between Amc & Hzm is that Amc have Sulphide and Hzm have laterite or 'dirty nickel' as it is commonly known. The demand for Sulphide will always be stronger than laterite and this is the Nickel that the battery makers want and its the Nickel Amc have at kun Manie. Amc also have ore production,which could be extremely fruitful in the coming years-with revenues of $100mln per annum possible,I don't see any revenue at Hzm,so overall,Amc looks far better value at £32mln against Hzm's £101mln. Sure Hzm are a year or so ahead of Amc but that doesn't mean they will outperform Amc over the short or medium term.Amc have the clean battery grade Nickel and that's what the buyers want,not dirty ferronickel. The 2 companies are thus,not at all the same, one (amc) has clean,battery grade nickel with potentially significant future ore production and the other (hzm) has dirty ferronickel and no production/income. Although both should offer good returns, Amc looks the far better bet ! TDT should stop looking at the Hzm share price as to where Amc might be in the future,they will not follow the same path as hzm as they are two very different companies.
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