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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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15/8/2021
17:38
I’m a watching …results by end Sept , I am hoping they are comprehensive in goals and a business plan on how they are to be delivered with a time plan. Be interesting if it is a go it alone strategy on Parys and whether there remains any ambition in Iron ore or a non core diversification plan.Time for action not BS.
kooba
15/8/2021
15:39
FYI in his first post on LinkedIn as CEO he said of Parys "Watch this space "
calmtrader
13/8/2021
14:19
Probably explains why LBRMF has been holding up when the ore price fell. Pellets are what the market (esp China) wants though, not lower grade direct shipping ore. The pellet premium over DSO price is handsome, just looks at Ferrexpo, now sitting on over £200m - maybe time they diversified into western europe - maybe Grangesberg, after all they are a Swiss based company.
noccer
13/8/2021
08:27
Another positive iron report hTTps://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/champion-iron-reports-record-net-income-eps-and-ebitda-for-its-fy2022-first-quarter-879579259.html
hyper al
13/8/2021
08:18
This looks good for LIM "Rio Tinto has disclosed that the average realised price achieved for IOC pellets, FOB Sept-Îles, in the second quarter of 2021 was US$247 per tonne, compared to US$118 per tonne in the same quarter of 2020. Based on sales as reported for the LIORC Royalty, the overall average price realized by IOC for CFS and pellets, FOB Sept-Îles, was approximately C$275 per tonne in the second quarter of 2021, compared to approximately C$143 per tonne in the second quarter of 2020 and C$226 per tonne in the first quarter of 2021. " hTTps://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/labrador-iron-ore-royalty-corporation-results-for-the-second-quarter-ended-june-30-2021-885572987.html
hyper al
13/8/2021
08:14
JB After a long period working in mining operations with Western Mining Corporation in Australia, Different company…he left them 2003 and joined Hartleys and then Citi as equity analyst, left Citi for UBS 2008. So not sure he would have had any involvement. Did look this up when i saw “Western”; too. WMC taken over by BHP many years ago now i think.
kooba
13/8/2021
08:02
from RNS 4/8/2008 "Further to the announcement on 10 April 2008 of the signature of a Term Sheet between Western Metals Limited of Perth, Western Australia and Anglesey Mining plc for the sale of the Parys Mountain Project, the company has been advised that Western Metals does not wish to proceed on the basis of that Term Sheet" Is there any chance Jo had a connection with Western Metals Ltd during the due diligence of AYM back in 2008?
hyper al
13/8/2021
07:59
Looks like the CEO is a mover and shaker, gets things done, a very impressive resume.
space_dust
13/8/2021
07:22
Blue day then?
benjamin15
13/8/2021
07:14
Before making a major announcement, it's always a good idea to update your LinkedIn profile, it improves the impact of the announcement and your image in the public domain.
hyper al
12/8/2021
21:28
sounds bullish!
hyper al
12/8/2021
21:03
He knows!!
calmtrader
12/8/2021
17:54
Thanks kooba. Positve, succinct and bullish I would say. I think it's true that with more drilling they will probably find new zones. The Cornish mines are turning up new finds with regularity with modern drilling.
wassapper
12/8/2021
13:02
Nice summary too..Anglesey Mining's flagship project is the Parys Mountain Mine, located on the island of Anglesey, off the coast of North Wales. The project has an existing resource of almost 17Mt at a grade of over 2.0% CuEq. A Preliminary Economic Assessment has demonstrated strong financial returns from a 12-yr operation producing c.15-18kt CuEq with a very competitive capital intensity driven by the significant amount of existing infrastructure, freehold tenure and granted planning permission. Additionally, very limited modern exploration has been conducted providing additional upside.
kooba
12/8/2021
13:01
Good to see the new Ceo updated personal linkedinhttps://uk.linkedin.com/in/jo-battershill-85b49252Looks like he would be able to look after himself should there be a boardroom tussle !! : ))
kooba
11/8/2021
20:43
You're not wrong there
calmtrader
11/8/2021
20:27
This will have a serious rerate soon
benjamin15
11/8/2021
13:17
Musk now tied in with BHP. Ford, Toyota and Great Wall of China also striking deals for cobalt, zink and copper resources in Australia and other locations I am sure more to follow as 75m tonnes shortfall for next year in copper. China will need to sell again soon, as the strike in Chile is escalating to a second copper mining company.
klondykejohn
11/8/2021
10:55
I see tops has just sold his holding. Onwards and upgrades chaps.
iglenn
10/8/2021
13:17
I'm pretty sure we will something very soon
calmtrader
10/8/2021
11:15
Keep on buying trader. Makes sense when the price is so low. Hope the new CEO provides a good report and enables an share price rise. Should make you a fortune. Good luck
klondykejohn
09/8/2021
15:32
I agree Kooba. Some people are just too deep up their own backside to have a realistic look at what I am saying. Selling Labradore and Grangesburg makes sense if you want this board to move forward and make AYM a success story. Give the new board time then to look at all options for Parys. I do expect the shares to rise, just as trader has always insisted they will, so don`t sell me short trader, or have you forgotten your bullish posts of the past. As for being able to go into production. they can`t go it alone without having a lot of liquidity of their own to reduce the required production costs. I am being pragmatic in my assessment, that is all. Yes, the copper price is rising and after the IPPC report today, then it should keep on rising making Parys more profitable. Trader, tell me a mining company of this size how on earth someone will be willing to lend the company £50m and more. We haven`t got a bean pal. Parys has a lot of mineral resource and I believe that a partnership will happen. Some car manufacturers are already tying up deals, so why not Parys? Trader, your chart highlights a 7 year period of low copper prices. Just how many shares have been created in this time? Stop telling me to sell my sharesmatey. I must be the 10th shareholder you have advised to sell. As your name suggests, you must be buying up a lot of cheap shares here to hopefully sell later on when the price rises as you are always stating that they will do. As for the old board whom you believe have done a magnificent job, well why are 3 being replaced? Talk some sense for once you moron
klondykejohn
09/8/2021
11:15
Kjohn..i welcome your input.Don't always agree everything but you crack on.Think the new broom certainly deserves some time to get his feet under the table and update shareholders of intentions. I also look forward to other new relevant director appointments in the next few weeks as promised ..and hopefully rotation out of the old guard. This whole counter needs new thinking and approach and i think they have found a very suitable candidate to now take it forward.
kooba
09/8/2021
10:58
According to a new report from Wood Mackenzie, a Verisk business (Nasdaq:VRSK), solar power will have a significant impact on demand for aluminium, copper, and zinc, with the usage of all three metals in the sector set to double by 2040. However, as governments fulfil their commitments to limit global warming to 2 °C and beyond, the need for solar power will become greater and demand for several base metals is expected to surge. Https://www.woodmac.com/press-releases/solar-energy-to-boost-demand-for-base-metals/
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