Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Asian Mining Plc LSE:AAZ London Ordinary Share GB00B0C18177 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.35% 143.00 139,499 10:38:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
141.00 145.00 143.50 142.50 142.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 70.85 19.80 11.23 13.0 164
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:01:08 O 425 143.00 GBX

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2020-01-17 16:01:08143.00425607.75O
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Anglo Asian Mining Daily Update: Anglo Asian Mining Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAZ. The last closing price for Anglo Asian Mining was 142.50p.
Anglo Asian Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 135p and a 12 week average price of 123.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 176.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 65.50p.
There are currently 114,392,024 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 197,144 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo Asian Mining Plc is £163,580,594.32.
callmebwana: RB,I think the AAZ share price is for sure tame at the moment!! I don't think the Q4 results will light the fire under the share price but the JORC figures will for sure,with LOM changing. I am a buyer of this share ATM. Then watch the rocket fire up IMHO. Boom then !!! I would expect the share price to be well above the last peak.This share is a GEM IMHO. I am way overweight with it too in my portfolio.
mattjos: 4 week closing high & not even close to being over-bought .. in fact, the RSI only just rising over 50. I think there is plenty more to come in AAZ share price over the next 12 weeks
wanobi: AAZ - I suppose, upon reflection, any person/entity/group trying to hold back AAZ share price can only be seen as a positive vote for the LT share price of AAZ for whom ever is doing it, by the very definition of doing it, expects the share price to be a) higher right now & b) higher in the future :-) LOL,,,,, & yes, they may be wanting to do the best for themselves,,, but,,, ultimately they believe they will have to pay higher for AAZ shares than today,,,, so what do we have, a great big vote of confidence in the LT share price of AAZ :-),,,, its just frustrating for us short term as we believe in a) & b) also,,,,, but particularly a) right NOW,,,, LOL, GLA Cheers Wan :-)
donald pond: AAZ isn't my best performing share this year, that is RRE. And Matt's post made me suddenly realise the similarities. This isn't a ramp of RRE, it is relevant to AAZ as well. In 2016, RRE had a share price of 40p. It is now £17.50, having reached £20 in the summer. AAZ has gone from 4p to 170p in a similar timescale, so they have tracked each other well. RRE had big institutional investors from the start, and as the share price grew quickly, they ran into the problem that their holding exceeded the amount allowed by the fund. So they were constant sellers, despite RRE performing brilliantly. The sales even continued after RRE paid out a special dividend of over £1, and so, this time last year, RRE had a tender. At the tender they repurchased and cancelled around 20% of their share capital, spending £16m on doing so: at the time, their market cap was around £80m. But it was the only way of stopping the selling that was depressing the price. Those shares were repurchased and cancelled for £5.60. This year they made an acquisition (out of cash reserves) and the shares were suspended, only to be relisted in late July at £18. Since then, their price has been steady as institutions again try to bring their holding down to a reasonable proportion of their NAV. The point is, when the share price grows quickly, it invariably creates forced sellers: sometimes institutions, individuals who have suddenly met their targets, forced sellers etc. And companies smaller than AAZ have had tenders/buybacks and thrived very quickly afterwards.
bozzy_s: Gotta love AAZ. Illiquidity working both ways. I think on balance I prefer it this way. Lots of 5%+ moves on little volume / no news days. Absolutely thrilled to see us +17p earlier for no apparent reason! When there's momentum we've seen the AAZ share price can climb or fall very quickly. With today's tip, and a positive RNS to follow this week (fingers crossed), I think we'll hit a surprisingly high price - somewhere near the all time high. Quick thanks to Jbravo earlier for PSA comments. Of course we need to JORC resources / reserves beyond 2032 before PSA extension becomes necessary. JORC first, then extend PSA well beyond 2032, then AAZ gets bought by a Tier 1 resource-hunting miner.
allseeingeye1: @Wan, you seriously are a curious individual??, your outright de ramping signals to me that you are trying to drive the share price down. Let’s take your point of view for one second. The Azer Govt...if they were going to take the mines of AAZ why bothering with the valuation of the PSA? Secondly the relationships that the board have with the US and the government makes your view berg far fetched. Therefore you negative viewpoints are not welcome. On a brighter note, gold still firmly above $1500, AAZ share price has recovered nicely and dividends arrive on Thursday next week. What is uncertain is when any news on exploration and potential take over will come. Any RNS of this kind will take us above £2.
pecuniarum copia: wanobi Do you think the 200.EMA could give some support to AAZ share price? pc
sharestobuy: Ranike, AAZ share price could well have been orchestrated, however other gold companies took a hit too, like TSG. Unsure whats happening, maybe economy uncertainty
wanobi: for me deuchar,,,the AAZ share price & gold are in long term alignment,,, however, right now, in the short term, AAZ has so many unanswered questions surrounding it and although most LTH's have put their faith wholeheartedly in AAZ managements ability to deliver upon their goal of becoming a mid tier gold/silver/copper miner,, perhaps for new investors, there needs to be more certainty/clarity around the plan to actually deliver on that goal... yes, they most probably have enough gold/silver/copper in their current locations to achieve a 10+ year LOM & at much higher oz/year,,,, the question is, how will they go about scaling up to achieve that,,, how much cash will it take, how long will it take and so on... add in the latest AZERGOV PSA uncertainty, be it very positive or not,, the image of AZZ scabbling around in peoples back gardens and their stated desire to look at opportunities outside of AZER and all in all the plan does look a little muddled at the moment... after such a meteoric rise in recent times, perhapes now,,,, new investors & current ones are in wait and see mode.... just my rambling thoughts tonight really,,, but there you go :-) Cheers Wan :-) free stock charts from chartwise, the target buy point is clear provided support comes in :-)
brasso3: The AAZ share price never seems to have tracked movements in gold on a daily basis.
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