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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.375 -9.38% 3.625 1,028,210 16:11:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.50 3.75 4.00 3.60 4.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.30 -0.20 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:11:18 O 25,000 3.6375 GBX

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Anglesey Mining Daily Update: Anglesey Mining Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AYM. The last closing price for Anglesey Mining was 4p.
Anglesey Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.60p and a 12 week average price of 3.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 10.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.30p.
There are currently 225,475,732 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 293,620 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglesey Mining Plc is £8,173,495.29.
klondykejohn: Trader536, I agree that there are hundreds of companies with billions of shares in circulation, but the vast majority have billions or hundreds of millions pounds/dollars in turnover annually. Aym has no turnover and therefore should keep share numbers down to a minimum level. Just one example of a mining company that is doing it right is PXC. 70 mil shares diluted down to 120 mil shares just 3 months ago. The shares value dropped down by a large amount then rebounded strongly as the market realised that PXC now had an extra £19m to complete an extended drilling programme and give it a solid 40% contribution to overall production costs for its open pit mine venture. This in turn means that any loan required is reduced by a huge amount and as any lender will tell you, you won`t get a 100% loan from anybody. You need collateral and suspected mineralisation in the ground is not collateral. PXC has £19m as collateral. Aym has none, just your billion ? to come shares.
hyper al: on 17 December 2012 AYM had a 19.7% stake in "associate Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Limited" I'm not sure (I can't remember) what size stake LIMH had in LIM at that time and what the share price was at that time. hTTps:// People need to check their facts when talking about LIM in connection with AYM It appears LIMH currently only holde 52% of LIM "LIMH holds approximately 52% of the shares of LIM. LIM and its subsidiary SMI hold all of the group's mineral properties and assets." hTTp://
hyper al: kooba The holding dropped below 20% when the LIM share price was quite good. Exactly,so really LIM shares are just another diversion. IMHO it makes little sense for people to invest in AYM for LIM exposure, same applies AYM investors who assign value to the LIM holdings considering the difficulty in AYM selling them. Surely if investors want too invest in LIM they would buy LIM shares. It's about time AYM BoD concentrated on Anglesey rather than
klondykejohn: Morning all. I am new to this thread but as a shareholder it is interesting to read the various comments being posted here. Some pro and some anti people out there. I e-mailed the MD to find out whether a share consolidation was possible to firstly , increase share price and then to create an atmosphere of a fairly substantial new share placing to generate enough funds for the leeching process. His answer was that he did not believe that the share price would hold up if we pursued such an option. I later mailed him to ask about future work content on all 3 of our projects, and also to find out what new ventures they were considering as per their later news releases. Sadly, he has not replied. I was saddened to see that ALL directors cashed in after such a short time. Almost all now with zero holdings in the company. This is not a good sign and suggests that quick profits override their confidence in taking any of these projects to fruition. IMHO, I would suggest that a boardroom shake up is required. Dynamic people create dynamism and these directors appear to be quietly plodding along and will continue to do so. Parys is now beginning to look attractive due to copper/zinc prices. Further drilling would confirm that massive inferred quantity and should be started immediately. Results by the end of the year would then confirm the vast potential. the share price would begin to rise and obtaining that production loan would become easier. There is a lot of cash out there at the moment and with commodity prices on the rise then the directors need to get a plan of action in place ASAP Negative directors give negative results so it is time to act or leave.
deanmatlazin: I am with Kooba here. I emailed few times, no reply. The directors only managed to hold their shares for 6 weeks only. This make a mockery of other shareholders. And so far only Bill Howler the CEO has kept 200k shares in the company . PATHETIC. 6 weeks holding onto their shares? Come on. And they all sell at same time too. That make me laugh. It does show you how much confident they have with their own company. Don’t be surprised the next news might be failure to get mining permit and share price collapsed! Best to have EGM to kick all of them out of the board. Only new blood will get the share price upward.
shill10: wow - what a load of bed-wetting, no wonder the market makers mark down the price, easy money for them stopping punters out. The directors aren't paid, hence they get options instead which is good for AYM shareholders as no cash goes out the door - the numbers involved are tiny, it really makes no difference. Far better to focus on the fact that PEA on Parrys was based on a Copper price of $2.81 and its currently trading at $4.81 - ditto iron ore. the NPV of the project at these prices is hundreds of millions, sure no one will pay that, but they will pay many multiples of current share price. Once the punters have stopped out this will be over 6p in a hurry and likely up to Jan highs of 11p before end of May.
grimreaper2019: Potential short positions in AYM stock were discussed over the weekend, my view is there is a material short position in place, almost certainly by ETX Monecor who raised for Anglesey in the last placing. The increasing volume suggests they are trying to close in a orderly way but seem to be struggling, I am glad others have noticed the irregular trading pattern since the 6.6p January placing. Ask yourself, if you believe this has not been shorted, how the share price can fall to below 4p since Januarys 6.6p raise when the copper price has been so buoyant. The very irregular late RNS yesterday seems very suspicious, the BOD need to be challenged over this, glad to see a number of folk have already taken the initiative.
iglenn: Actually, rather than edit my above post I have read the RNS properly...only John Kearney sold. Name John F Kearney b) Nature of the transaction Sale of ordinary shares c) Price(s) and volume(s) 500,000 ordinary shares at 4.18p per share ------------- a) Name Bill Hooley b) Nature of the transaction Acquisition of ordinary shares following exercise of options c) Price(s) and volume(s) 1,000,000 ordinary shares at 4.18p per share ------------ a) Name Howard Miller b) Nature of the transaction Acquisition of ordinary shares following exercise of options c) Price(s) and volume(s) 500,000 ordinary shares at 4.18p per share ------------ a) Name Danesh Varma b) Nature of the transaction Acquisition of ordinary shares following exercise of options c) Price(s) and volume(s) 1,000,000 ordinary shares at 4.18p per share Was very badly worded as the initial title was SOLD. Maybe something really is going to happen but I am still going to mail them anyways as now is the time to start monetising this asset IMHO. GLA.
grimreaper2019: Ever increasing commodity prices make AYM current valuation somewhat farcical even allowing for the dormant BOD, a bid (even a all paper one) from a more progressive outfit would be very rewarding for the share price. The current share price is a very good bet, also has multi bag status.
trader536: QME will fund the development to point of production in return for 30%.... AYM has agreed to grant QME various rights and options relating to the future development of Parys Mountain. On completion of the optimisation study and delivery to AYM of the results thereof: (i) AYM will award QME, on an exclusive basis, contracts for the development of the decline and underground mine development, including rehabilitation of the shaft. This will be done on terms to be agreed following a decision by AYM to proceed with the development of Parys Mountain; (ii) In the event Anglesey and QME are not able to agree terms AYM may offer such contracts to third parties, subject to a right of first refusal in favour of QME, and subject to a payment by AYM to QME, upon the award of such contracts to a third-party, of a break-fee; and (iii) In addition, AYM will grant to QME the right and option, upon completion of a Prefeasibility Study (“PFS”), to undertake at QME’s cost and investment, the mine development component of the Parys Mountain project, including decline and related underground development and shaft development, with a scope to be agreed, to the point of commencement of production, in consideration of which QME would earn a 30% undivided joint venture interest in the Parys Mountain project.
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