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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
  -0.10 -2.56% 3.80 3.70 3.90 3.90 3.80 3.90 640,483 08:33:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 9

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21/7/2021
21:47
A stock like this can rise exponentially on rumour, news, speculation, increased volume or simple market mechanics. Those buys today were for a reason.
mininglamp
21/7/2021
21:17
You are right. Isn`t it supposed to be millions of tons? At todays market prices, this should be their quickest route to finance any further development.
klondykejohn
21/7/2021
18:16
They have tonnes stockpiled at a lower grade, why hasn't that been shifted?
benjamin15
21/7/2021
18:06
Hi Al, Labrador Iron Mines Holdings is traded in the OTC market as LBRMF (20 US cents last time I looked). They may go back to a proper TSX listing if they can find a way to exploit the Houston deposit. SMI is a wholly owned subsidiary arranged to operate in the state of Quebec, so don't worry about that. Their annual report was posted on SEDAR in June, and it seems they are attempting to get things in place to try for construction financing in 2022. So far this has not done much for the share price. "LIM plans to further advance development of the Houston Project through a number of near term initiatives, as follows. (i) Complete metallurgical test work of drill core collected from the Houston Project in a 2013 bulk sample, which is currently in storage. Results of the test work will be used to refine the product specifications and process flowsheet assumed in the PEA. Among other things, this analysis will yield important product characterization information which could be helpful in marketing the product. (ii) Complete a trade-off study on use of LIM’s Redmond property rail right-of-way for the Houston Project’s rail loading operations. Although a longer truck haul is required (approximately 1.5 km greater), the Redmond property rail right-of-way was formerly used for loading iron ore trains (by IOC) and includes an existing rail bed with a rail loop at the end to turnaround, versus the current proposed Houston rail siding operation, which requires the train to be split multiple times. (iii) Update the surface water management plan for the mine site based on the proposed localized handling and treatment of surface contact water. (iv) Reactivate all necessary regulatory permits and approvals for construction. (v) Continue engagement with adjacent First Nations communities. (vi) Advance commercial negotiations with construction contractors, equipment vendors, rail, port and logistics counterparties. (vii) Further refine the environmental and health and safety plans. (viii) Further develop the human resources and recruitment plans. (ix) Complete an off-take contract, including construction financing and product sale components." There's a lot to be done before they cam move a single ton of iron ore. But maybe there will be a chance to flog the AYM share to someone before then. Steve
noccer
21/7/2021
17:12
Noccar Concerning Labrador, look at what AYM have shares in. It's 'Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Limited'(is that LIMH?) and AYM have a 12% stake. see hTTps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/anglesey-mining-AYM/share-news/Anglesey-Mining-PLC-Labrador-Iron-Mines-Annual-Res/85481305 Now look at hTTp://www.labradorironmines.ca/ "LIMH holds approximately 52% of the shares of LIM" In addition this link states "Schefferville Mines Inc. SMI is a wholly-owned subsidiary of LIM. SMI holds all of the group's mineral properties and assets in the Province of Quebec."
hyper al
21/7/2021
14:56
A few buyers around!!
calmtrader
21/7/2021
14:26
With record high iron ore prices, if AYM's interest in Grangesberg and Labrador is worth anything at all, then its about time to extract some value. Maybe they are actually worth nothing. The FT made a case for sustained high iron ore prices, saying miners were struggling to boost output, plus Port Hedland is to go through 3 months maintenance. Vale having issues restarting several iron ore projects. Anglo American are trimming their output expectations due to weather and rail transport issues.
noccer
21/7/2021
13:33
spot on kermat
shill10
21/7/2021
13:02
The price won't rise until the board have arranged their next batch of options. Then expect the news to come in.
kermat
21/7/2021
09:58
more like a nightmare
klondykejohn
20/7/2021
16:25
Dream along with me.
wandano1
20/7/2021
12:39
Much needed sector rebound. But you can always rely on good old AYM to buck the trend.
jbennett
16/7/2021
22:11
Welsh assembly and assembly members will happily reply to emails about Parys mountain and it’s potential including their support for the project. The only thing lacking is some initiative from the board of directors.
danmart2
16/7/2021
08:50
Something seems to be going on in the background, this is well above normal market size but IG want 5p a share on 550,000 shares, a few £3k buys and this is where the stock is heading. No wonder the share price chart has a number of outstanding spikes on it, when will the next one occur?
broken_arrow1
15/7/2021
09:40
Would add to the mix, if Conroy Gold can attract a $1b+ valued JV partner in Ireland I am sure Anglesey can do similar.
space_dust
15/7/2021
09:38
It is a nigh certainty that AYM will never develop the mine themselves, it seems to me the plan is to prove the resource and economics and sell the project on to deliver material value for shareholders. Much of this work is now complete. As for getting approval, certain permissions seem to be in place according to historic posts on this thread, money talks and so does job creation. I think the next update will be a interesting one, pressure is building on the BOD to deliver, the conditions are now right for deals as copper is in, and will continue to be in, high demand.
space_dust
15/7/2021
08:08
I live on Anglesey 6 months of the year and often walk my dog around the old opencast copper mine, it is a remarkable place. The thing that always strikes me about AYM is the amount of infrastructure which would be necessary to ensure a functioning mine, the existing roads are just not up to it, most of them country lanes. Millions would need to be spent and I'm not convinced planners would authorise it. Don't think its in an Area of outstanding natural beauty but not far off it. Just an observation not a deramp.
bigbigdave
14/7/2021
09:41
I personally believe the assets are good , but unfortunately there is so little truly independent scrutiny it is taking a lot on trust, and trust is wearing extremely thin. There are no independent directors or data as far as i can see.I also am somewhat weary that the industry must be aware of the prospect and the potential size of the development with planning in place ,with good infrastructure in place and a politically stable location ..why has nobody taken them out ? Or approached them , maybe they have but there is zero evidence of industry interest save for an Australian bid for the Parys asset over a decade ago which did not proceed.The Chair here has been involved in a large number of mining situations and without looking at all of them much of the history is similar to here, assets , surveying, raising small money keeping them going but there doesn't seem to be much success in actually progressing anything to be a successful producer ,obviously LIM was briefly profitable but any value accrued was lost very quickly ..our holding now been diluted considerably but not by any share sales...so it has not added any value to Anglesey.The ability of this board to effectively progress Parys is seriously in doubt ..they talk a game plan but have evidenced no ability over many years of actually doing anything but small fundraisers to keep the lights on.
kooba
14/7/2021
08:38
I see a number of shareholders have started contacting the company directly expressing their frustrations. Market observers may notice how shareholder action groups and minority stakeholders have been successful in creating change, one group actually thwarted 2 multi millionaire investors and 65% stakeholders in one mining company. I have a feeling that this pressure may produce some results therefore. Is Anglesey a decent investment proposition, I rarely comment on such matters these days but the current valuation of this company is a pure reflection of apathy and sentiment, both the aforementioned can change in a flash, so maybe yes is the answer.
grimreaper2019
14/7/2021
08:34
I have a feeling a knock out update is incoming!!
calmtrader
13/7/2021
17:36
34 years is indeed a very long time. Action on the part of the board has been very limited and they should review their own positions as to whether they can take this project to fruition. If not, then they should gracefully resign and allow some more dynamic people to complete the task ahead. Over to you BoD.
klondykejohn
13/7/2021
15:50
Very forgiving of you John. I confess my irritation is reaching levels now where I intend to do something about it. Trade has also gone very quiet which means he either concurs or is connected with this bud ├ža. 34 years without developing this is farcical. And now the questions will start. Enough.
iglenn
13/7/2021
08:22
People tend to give us their truthful thoughts when they are a little bit tipsy. I bet that if we shareholders had joined you Iglenn in drinking the cooking sherry, we might also voice similar opinions about this company and it`s board. Very sad that we have to think this way, but silence from the board isn`t golden, it is rank stupidity on their part. Disillusionment will only increase until they speak up.
klondykejohn
13/7/2021
08:13
The new UK Corporate Governance Code, however, states that the chair should not serve on the board for over nine years.
kooba
13/7/2021
08:09
Apologies board. I was on the cooking Sherry yesterday.
iglenn
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