Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Asian Mining LSE:AAZ London Ordinary Share GB00B0C18177 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.75p -2.50% 29.25p 29.00p 31.00p 30.00p 29.125p 30.00p 71,356 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 64.1 5.5 2.9 11.0 33.28

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/11/2017
13:59
18k on the offer at 29.25 in the auction ... they will not fill anything for less than 30.25 though
mattjos
24/11/2017
12:15
Certainly a good time to accumulate shares, will be a completely different story when the heard arrive but for some reason people only want to buy when the share price is going up everyday. The value is now.
jbe81
23/11/2017
12:07
Another day. Another 200oz+ The wait for any of the announcements continues. New finance deal... due anytime Exploration news/plans... before end Q4. etc etc then there is next year... When the debt figure comes out for end of year in January this is going to change peoples perception. We touched these prices about a year ago when debt was over $35m. Debt will be shown to be c.$20m in January. And still we sit with a £34m valuation. Ha ha, can't last long.
jbravo2
23/11/2017
09:00
These delayed trades showing up maybe 2 days after execution are a pain; at least when they are large ones. Talk about obfuscation! Means keeping live track of the buys & sells is sometimes misleading. Was that 2 * 205k, 29.0p sells at 10:44 21 Nov. ? [just appeared on LSE list.] I'm taking it to be a duplicate, i.e. just the one trade.
2sporrans
22/11/2017
18:46
Thanks jbravo, I won't post again on here.
basem1
22/11/2017
17:48
What you doing on this ol' thread basem? Anyway, I'm not so sure. It was completed yesterday morning, not afternoon. Combined with the 100k sell that was 300k of supply which has since been largely soaked up with 270k of buys since. So we might see another trade for yesterday afternoon surface at some point. Either way it seems as if any buys under 30p were very good as stock is clearly thinning again at 30.5p bar any fresh supply. Gold and copper remain in the range where we are minting it.
jbravo2
22/11/2017
17:19
The 205,000 sell must be what moved the price back to 28p yesterday afternoon. Hopefully our sellers finished now ?
basem1
22/11/2017
15:37
Can we get to $1300 tonight. Golds been resilient considering the surge in the Dow, S & P and Nasdaq. Would like to see the bid go to 30p here please Mr Market
basem1
22/11/2017
09:18
yes, gold chart really close to a good upward move now, imo. At $1,280'ish we're already doing very, very well... $1,300+ will be terrific for AAZ
mattjos
22/11/2017
08:37
Looks like the short term down trend in gold has ended. Hopefully we'll see a move up towards 1400 from here.
ilostthelot
21/11/2017
16:20
Would expect a large sell to appear
jbe81
21/11/2017
15:48
Why the markdown ?? Any trades elsewhere ?
basem1
21/11/2017
15:41
David Reid of CNBC reports on Glint’s launch An electronic payment app that allows people to pay for goods and services in gold has been launched by fintech firm Glint. Released Monday, the app — also called Glint — allows users to link a Mastercard debit card to their phone, which then lets them buy physical gold bullion that is stored in a Swiss vault. Jason Cozens, the company’s chief executive and co-founder, said Monday that central banks’ quantitative easing policies and the collapse of some banks have made many people realize that traditional accounts are not a risk-free option. “Since the financial crisis, people are starting to understand that purchasing power of their money isn’t safe,” he said. On its website, Glint says that once either a currency or gold is linked to a Mastercard, customers can buy “anything from a coffee to a car”. The company adds that users can also select the precious metal to make peer-to-peer payments. Cozens valued the gold market at $8 trillion and said people would be surprised by how many people want to hold or spend gold. He added that the app was originally aimed at wealthy people looking to store their wealth outside of the banking system, but research showed that there was interest across the financial spectrum. “Look at a student who grew up during the financial crisis. They have a mindset that says they believe in independence about savings,” he said. Cozens said he expected the app to prove particularly popular in India and Germany. Over the next few months, Glint will also allow users to hold and spend funds in a variety of currencies, each stored in a U.K. bank. Users can check exchange rates on their phone before selecting which currency or what amount of gold they will use to make a purchase. The app was launched in Europe on Monday and will be rolled out in Asia and the U.S. next year. Early investors include a former CEO of the World Gold Council as well as a former chairman of Goldman Sachs in Asia. The price of gold has risen about 12% in value this year and currently sits at just below $1,300 an ounce.
celeritas
21/11/2017
15:20
htTps://glintpay.com/
celeritas
21/11/2017
14:28
Anyone noticed this card which allows people to transact in gold for payment. You can also buy portions of gold rather than a whole bar. I was about to dismiss but noticed its linked with Lloyds and Mastercard. hTtps://www.ft.com/content/cb177256-cd1b-11e7-9dbb-291a884dd8c6 London-based Glint has been pretty stealthy about what it planned to offer, despite several funding rounds and a vague description that it wanted to a create new “global currency” based on gold. Well, today the fintech startup is finally de-cloaking with a staggered launch of its multi-currency account, app and card that does indeed let you store your money in gold and convert it back to fiat currency at the point of payment. hTtps://techcrunch.com/2017/11/19/glint-in-my-wallet/
celeritas
21/11/2017
12:28
You got lucky Basem, a terrible internet connection in India meant you got there just before me, but in 2 months time don't think I will notice the difference
jbe81
21/11/2017
10:43
""ECB proposes end to Deposit Protection Scheme"" Hadn't spotted this Matt; thanks for Heads Up. Guess that ECB is not concerned to protect the public from occasional bank bankruptcies; it was fear of systemic collapse that concerned them to create the Scheme. Yet another nudge upon the hapless public to take on investment risk; a public which is largely financially illiterate. Meanwhile, the QE/ZIRP fuelled bond bubble endures and it's counterparty loan-debt bubbles continue to inflate. High and rising household debt [measured by ratios such as debt:income]is the most concerning [more than Gov't or Corporate which may have 'escape' options the public certainly don't], especially in Consumer Economies. [More marked in UK than most European economies but still pervasive.] Rates cannot rise much or consumption led recession will be precipitated, along with a bear market for pretty much all assets. "Saving" as the public generally understood it, even up to 2008 [i.e. in cash deposits] suffers enough from gradual inflation erosion; removing deposit guarantees re-introduces bankruptcy risk on top. Guess there will be some migration of deposited monies into a variety of assets, some debt pay-down too. Maybe some into gold as it is liquid, hence can be thought of as a deposit savings substitute. Also, though pays no interest, is a form of 'real' asset, hence some inflation protection, albeit maybe lagged. Gold is hardly a low risk asset; then again what is now and going forward?
2sporrans
21/11/2017
10:22
Looking like a good buy when you see someone paying 30.9p just 15 minutes later.
basem1
21/11/2017
09:43
Another 50k Basem1; should bump the price up at least half a pence, more sells absent.
2sporrans
21/11/2017
09:35
I'd love to at these prices. I'm out car hunting grrr wish I could put it off until new year.
wrighty46
21/11/2017
09:34
Yes got some today, should be news anytime I would have thought.
jbe81
21/11/2017
09:11
Anyone topping up ? I've just bought another 50000 at 29.8 ?
basem1
20/11/2017
16:41
Baku. 6 November. REPORT.AZ/ The gold and silver production in Azerbaijan has increased. In January - October, 5 107,5 kg of gold were extracted in the country which is 3.2 fold greater than the corresponding period last year. The silver output increased by 42.2% ion annual comparison and totaled 433,5 kg. Report informs referring to State Statistics Committee (SSC). Currently, the gold mining in Azerbaijan is carried out in Dashkasan by AzerGold CJSC and Gadabay district by British Anglo-Asian Mining company. Anglo-Asian Mining company is involved in mining in accordance with PSA (Production Sharing Agreement) signed on August 21, 1997. Agreement envisages the exploration of six gold deposits – one in Nakhchivan, two in Gadabay, and three deposits located in Kalbajar and Zangilan, remaining still under Armenian occupation. Azerbaijan owns 51%, British company Anglo-Asian Mining Plc - 49% of shares according to agreement. Https://report.az/en/industry/azerbaijan-triples-annually-gold-extraction/
bleepy
20/11/2017
16:24
hTTp://interfax.az/view/718393 BIG numbers. Over 21koz of gold produced in Azerbaijan in October. Clearly AzerGold, whilst they (probably) have started producing, are still selling down their stockpile at the same time.
jbravo2
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