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AYM Anglesey Mining Plc

0.025 (1.69%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.025 1.69% 1.50 630,763 12:31:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.40 1.60 1.50 1.475 1.475
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Metal Mining Services -961k -0.0023 -6.52 6.3M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:57:12 O 3,891 1.45 GBX

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-12-08 15:57:131.453,89156.42O
2023-12-08 13:30:101.49449,6646,699.99O
2023-12-08 13:17:081.4533,658488.04O
2023-12-08 12:56:271.41320.45O
2023-12-08 12:05:051.35100,0001,353.00O

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Posted at 09/12/2023 08:20 by Anglesey Mining Daily Update
Anglesey Mining Plc is listed in the Metal Mining Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AYM. The last closing price for Anglesey Mining was 1.48p.
Anglesey Mining currently has 420,093,017 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Anglesey Mining is Ā£6,301,395.
Anglesey Mining has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.52.
This morning AYM shares opened at 1.48p
Posted at 08/12/2023 16:22 by mininglamp
I am mindful to contact the Nomad unless there is some clarity on what was paid for the 20% stake in the company, how can this not be deemed price sensitive.

The points raised by others, in as much that both the buyer and seller, both former directors, would be at an advantage to outside shareholders are very valid.

For what it is worth I believe Anglesey will be subject to outright takeover or some other form of corporate event, a break up comes to mind.

Needless to say any corporate move would need to be far higher than the current share price to succeed.

I feel news will soon be released which should establish all the details and reasons behind the ongoing changes at BOD level.
Posted at 07/12/2023 12:03 by benjamin15
At what price??? We are currently on our knees share price levels
Posted at 28/11/2023 12:51 by broken_arrow1
The underlying share price is still quite strong, they are asking full offer for just 50,000 shares (£800)

The chart gap from May to 1.95p is as wide as a barn door, once through that you have very little resistance to 2.4p.

The stock traded at 4.4p in June 2022.
Posted at 27/11/2023 13:48 by spacedust
Good news has resulted in share price destruction. PnD or takeover rumour is our only salvation
Posted at 02/11/2023 21:38 by klondykejohn
As I understand it, PXC are trying to finance their project by issuance of bonds.
Apparently,the bonds have been taken up and an announcement to that effect is purportedly due within the next 3 weeks.
Coupled to this is another announcement detailing the fully costed economic assessment.
The Sp has risen sharply on this information, in part, from comments made by one of the directors recently.
People are buying in to the company in the hope that both pieces of news are positive.
If this does happen, then I would expect the share price to really rally, possibly doubling it`s current pric, or even higher. Bearing in mind as well that there are only 125m shares in existece although it could increase to 140m if all warrants are taken up. Still a small total in my opinion. Definately a share to watch.
The fs for Parys could also be a game changer, but production is a few years off, but it is quite possible that things could speed up now that Kearney has gone. Still can`t get my head around why JB is leaving though.
Posted at 28/10/2023 07:07 by mininglamp
I'm surprised that no-one has considered the yesterdays dismissal of JK and the recent resignation of JB as linked in some way.

Maybe there is corporate action of some kind ahead, maybe Juno are fed up with the languishing share price and slow progress, maybe they want to offload a project, maybe they want to acquire Anglesey.

It was rather interesting that Mr Varma liked a twitter post that was critical of AYM some months back also.

It could get interesting here now.
Posted at 05/10/2023 15:44 by trader465
When Jo Battershill started the AYM share price was 4p, after he made a few trips to the bucket shop and lined his own pockets for two years the share price has lost 66%. Go figure. Well done Jo.
Posted at 29/8/2023 13:30 by kooba"For us here at Citi, copper is the energy transition bull trade. The world is cyclically weak right now, and that means the trade is on pause. But copper's eventual bull run is likely to make oil's famous 2008 rally look like child's play," Max Layton, Citi's managing director for commodities research, said in an Aug. 23 video presentation for clients. Layton is referencing the period when oil prices spiked before the onset of the Global Financial Crisis, rising from $50 per barrel in mid-2006 to $140 per barrel by late 2007 as strong demand from emerging markets clashed with stagnant global crude production. The veteran commodities analyst believes that copper prices could see a similar price spike over the next three years because the metal has become a favorite among commodity traders looking for exposure to the energy transition theme. Copper's critical role in electric vehicle batteries and other green energy technologies has led some to call it "the new oil." The metal is used in solar panels, wind turbines, electrical cables, and even your iPhone. In fact, copper is so widely used in construction, manufacturing, and electronics production that it's often seen as a proxy for global economic activity and a business cycle indicator, earning it the nickname "Dr. Copper." Lately, with the global economy struggling to regain its stride after COVID, the doctor has been sounding the alarm (copper prices are falling), but if you ask Citi, it's just a minor setback for the energy transition king.The energy transition darling's brief stumbleCopper prices have tumbled in 2023 amid weaker than forecast demand for the critical metal owing to China's ailing economy and slowing global economic growth. The London Metal Exchange's cash copper price is now down 11% from its mid-January peak of over $9,400 per metric ton to just $8,359. But Citi's Layton sees the pullback as an opportunity.Because copper's price tends to rise and fall in unison with global economic activity, many commodities traders have been forced to wait on the sidelines for global economic growth to improve before they can buy copper, creating a "massive queue" to buy the metal, according to Citi.Layton said it makes sense for investors to be "cautious" about jumping into copper during the second half of 2023 owing in part to China's struggling economy.The country's role as the world's factory and continuous push to develop infrastructure and housing projects has given it an outsize position in the copper market over the past four decades. Even amid an ongoing crisis in the country's property sector, China remained the biggest consumer of copper globally in 2022, using 55% of the world's supply. But during the first six months of 2023, with its property market and manufacturing industry ailing, China imported just 1.65 million metric tons of refined copper, 12% less than it did a year ago.The good news is Layton doesn't expect the trend to last. He recommended investors slowly begin buying copper over the next 12 months, arguing that China's eventual economic recovery and the energy transition will lead prices to surge to $15,000 per metric ton over the next three years. "Expected returns are a massive 50% to 100% by 2025," he said of this "bull case" scenario.However, Citi also outlined a bearish scenario where copper prices could fall 10% to $7,500 by 2025 in a July note. In this scenario, China's economic recovery would be slower and less robust than expected, and rising interest rates in the U.S. and Europe would have a "larger than anticipated impact" on global growth, leading to weaker copper demand.Still, the board of Polish mining giant KGHM Polska Mied?, the eighth largest copper producer globally, backed up Citi's bull case outlook earlier this month in its second quarter earnings report.Copper prices were "held back by the slowdown in the Chinese economy" in 2023, the company said, according to a translation provided by AlphaSense, noting that hopes for a quick post-COVID recovery in the nation have been dashed this year. But in the long run, as China's economy recovers, the rise of electric personal vehicles-from cars to e-bikes-and the energy transition will keep demand for copper elevated globally, according to KGHM. And rising copper demand, coupled with limited supply owing to substantial constraints on new mining projects worldwide, including increased taxes and environmental regulations, should keep prices elevated for years to come."The aforementioned restrictions in supply, together with the strong trend towards electro-mobility and the green revolution spurring the pace of growth in demand for copper, will support copper prices in the long term," KGHM's board wrote.
Posted at 03/6/2023 08:06 by trader465
It doesn’t matter whose name is on the AYM CEO paper, Varma calls the shots to benefit a web of private related entities. It will be interesting to watch what happens to his £7m GIAB debt, I believe AYM shareholders will foot the bill.

Full year accounts in September will be the first full year accounts since salaries and perks were reinstated and will reveal the extent of cash burn, I expect the share price to tank on release of full year results in September. Then, at what price will the next placing be?

Given the change in economic outlook over the last 12 months, it would be interesting to read why people think the share price will rise, perhaps the bulls can offer a good argument for a rise? I’m all ears.

My placing call in April was spot on…

“trader465 14 Apr '23 - 10:02 - 5386 of 5438
AYM bank account is now empty again, another placing is imminent”
Posted at 29/5/2023 08:17 by trader465
yasXII - thanks for the compliment sir.

Just to remind you, for the benefit of doubt, a 66% loss requires a 200% gain just to get your money back. It is not wrong to be wrong, it is wrong to stay wrong.
Due to placings AYM share supply is outstripping share demand, if you stay wrong long enough you may eventually see zero, that will be the bottom.

You turned up here in October 2021 spouting about the depressed share price when it peaked at 4.5p! It seems you bought at the top and didn’t cut the loss before it became too big, you have a lot to learn my good friend.

Share bb posts do not determine share prices, if reading my views makes you nervous then I suggest you simply filter my posts, thanks.

“yasXII - 19 Oct 2021 - 12:42:03 - 2161 of 5520 Anglesey Mining
This looks a winner from current depressed levels”
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