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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglesey Mining Plc LSE:AYM London Ordinary Share GB0000320472 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -1.15% 4.30 4.20 4.40 4.35 4.30 4.35 1,147,704 11:00:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 10

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23/6/2021
20:10
Not withstanding the lack of updates from the Board at Anglesey surely news must come from Labrador at some point. Given the low market value of AYM anything material update from Labrador should have a decent and positive effect of the AYM share price. News from one or the other must come in the reasonable near term, last material news from either was in March. Is it a punt on a volume kick in anticipation one wonders?
space_dust
23/6/2021
18:57
5 months without any newsbites isn`t professional trader536. When will you realise that this bunch just haven`t got a clue as to how to progress the project. Catch 22 maybe, but until we do a share consolidation to then generate a higher share price, the markets and institutions will not bother to entertain us. At least with a share consolidation, we can then issue new shares at greater value giving cash in hand, and at the same time, reduce Juno % holding. This MUST be affecting the lack of interest from outsiders. They own just too much of the company and cannot it seems, offer the capital investment that is required. Even in part. Juno is 50% owned by one of the directors sons. This, IMHO, is just too close a relationship and I therefore suggest that Juno must have input and influence on any director decision making. Sit on the wealth underground for years or move the project forward ? It appears that we have sat back for years and continue to do so. This is the main reason that I am writing these share off in my portfolio. No news and no action.
klondykejohn
23/6/2021
11:04
Exactly, just sit tight and wait until news comes. They will update the market when they have something to say, I'm in no hurry.
trader536
23/6/2021
10:41
Iglenn - I'm not interested in director buys or sells, or whether other people are buying or selling. There are obviously people here who bought on the spike and held on to the loss.
trader536
23/6/2021
10:21
Got to agree Iglenn. I have written this company off as a bad investment on my part. I cannot see the shares rising in the near future unless the directors resign
klondykejohn
22/6/2021
20:54
Anyone averaging down , buying more. Please ask yourself why. This is going no where. Directors have sold out. One for the bottom drawer.
iglenn
22/6/2021
20:50
Any newbies. Stay away. Well away.
iglenn
22/6/2021
20:50
Why do we think the directors bailed ? Trader ?
iglenn
22/6/2021
20:48
Normally. Otherwise they don't bother and your capital investment withers away with a bunch of pensioners in control. Lol. I am beginning to laugh at this bunch. I can afford to but many can't.
iglenn
22/6/2021
19:31
If you email them company you will normally get a reply
danmart2
22/6/2021
16:30
Pump& Dump!
kendonagasaki
22/6/2021
15:50
Yes difficult to buy size
calmtrader
22/6/2021
15:41
Dropped on hardly any volume, calmtrader was it hard getting a price?
benjamin15
21/6/2021
11:33
MM's didn't even have the decency to pump this before they dumped the price. Exactly what I thought would happen following Friday 10% smokescreen.
iglenn
21/6/2021
09:56
Cu prices will not drop too much and will rebound soon, as future demand far outstrips supply. Once chinese warehouses are diminished then the markets will need to search for new future supplies so I am not worried in the short term.
klondykejohn
21/6/2021
08:04
China upsetting the metals super cycle theme ..clamping down on speculation in copper and then investigating iron ore markets today. Certainly taking the steam out of things but still think the basic supply and demand position supports higher prices in the foreseeable.
kooba
18/6/2021
16:34
News next week?
benjamin15
17/6/2021
13:35
LOL John. Its probably just to generate a few sales by the MM's then march it back down again.
iglenn
17/6/2021
13:34
lol Klon, re ...was hoping that the price suddenly rose because the directors were resigning en masse, but this won`t happen. Would be great if an rns popped up and gave us the view of steps towards development, as the price of copper and precious metals is likely to remain high or increase over the next few years. GLA
wisteria2
17/6/2021
13:20
Could be that because China is selling vast volumes of copper to prevent the price overheating,the markets realise that with South American copper production problems, China has no option but to offload. Even this will not stop the increased copper requirement for the green revolution. Copper prices will therefore remain firm and we are sitting on vast amounts. I was hoping that the price suddenly rose because the directors were resigning en masse, but this won`t happen.
klondykejohn
17/6/2021
13:14
Nothing on twitter checked that, but rumours of JV on lse
benjamin15
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