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
  -5.00 -3.85% 125.00 325,741 16:28:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
122.00 128.00 128.00 123.50 128.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 69.41 22.72 12.75 10.1 143
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:20 UT 240 125.00 GBX

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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 130p.
Anglo Asian Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 121p and a 12 week average price of 107p.
The 1 year high share price is 174p while the 1 year low share price is currently 68p.
There are currently 114,392,024 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 442,193 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo Asian Mining Plc is £142,990,030.
thistimemaybe: Lefrene - Equally, if a buyout was on the cards keeping the share price unsatisfactorily low risks letting such people begin purchasing shares for a song. Also, that 40 per cent of the shares are outside of private investors' hands means the risk of a takeover without the board wanting it is relatively low. The board may be focussed on the long-term interests of the company, but they give the firm impression of having no interest at all in the share price reflecting fair value. I'm not at all interested in selling in the near future - the board appear slow and steady and a very safe set of hands that could achieve very interesting things - but the approach of the company in this very particular respect is a great big glaring (and disconcerting) hole. JB2 made the point yesterday that there may be political reasons for keeping a low profile, but there is a balance to be found between using inflammatory language and mumbling points that need making. Edit: I really wouldn't be surprised if the share price does move drastically in the near future as it seems to occasionally do, but these jumps appear to be because the pressure means the share has no choice but to go up (and arguably would not rise to fair value before stalling again). That is of course because the company has moved in the right direction, but if information is properly disseminated the price movement would have a fighting chance of matching the reality on the ground.
wanobi: CGNR - my view, fwiw and that's probably not a lot,,,, but here goes :-) LOL,,,,, prospects for AAZ have changed significantly in AZER in recent months and they now have more than enough potential to get to mid tier status (in AZER alone), their stated target, so,,, CGNR needs AAZ way way more than AAZ needs CGNR,,, so fwiw I see the AAZ RNS statement as a clear signal to CGNR to sort themselves out, stop negotiating (if that's what they are doing) and let the deal happen,,, or, that's it AAZ will walk away.... CGNR would be foolish in my humble opinion to let this opportunity pass and I hope (for invertors here) common sense will prevail and things will progress... :-) so, to me, this is 'a shot across the bow' of CGNR and they need to take note!!! Cheers Wan :-)
doc_oj: It seems to me the only people who know about AAZ and can see value in it are perhaps the BOD and the few 'us' on this forum because clearly no one else finds AAZ desirable otherwise the share price would do the talking. The war has ended, POG is much higher, our revenues are higher than ever, the cash in bank is higher than ever, we have just got an official RNS telling us about the 3 new areas (although it could have done with a separate RNS), we are getting increasing dividends but our share price, our market cap and most importantly our enterprise value reflects none of this. I certainly like everyone else here hope this changes soon although I'm not holding my breath. Happy to continue taking dividends in the mean time and maybe my grand kids will see the share price appreciate LOL and for that reason I too would like a special divi. As for the JV with CGNR is concerned, firstly I am not entirely sure the statement in the RNS today is entirely negative (as would CGNR's selling and share price suggest), perhaps depends on how you read it. I do think the JV will benefit AAZ in spreading/reducing it's geopolitical risk. As much as some on here view Ireland as a riskier area compared to Azerbaijan, perhaps that view will not be shared by many. I certainly hope the JV goes forward, not for the small sum I hold in CGNR (less than 10% of what I have in AAZ) but it would likely do AAZ a lot of good as well. Obviously just my opinion.
lefrene: Fozzie, the company wants to have a broader geographic spread, and not have all it's eggs just in Azerbaijan. They cast about for a long time before going with the Irish prospect. AAZ have an unusually thorough management, I have confidence they actually know what they are doing, I also value and respect the managements very careful use of shareholder money. We'd all like to see the real value here reflected in the share price now, but at least we know the value is there, and the market will at some point begin to realise it too. AAZ isn't going to disappear in one of those typical AiM whoopsie RNS's, where the dead cert contract turns out to be a figment of the grossly overpaid CEO's imagination, and the company is in liquidation.
jbravo2: @fozzie Yes it's often the way though isn't it? When a share price craters people are less ebullient and therefore less likely to post. Personally I more than doubled my holding whilst it was low. Best to do that quietly though. I viewed it as a bit like the Bashirov situation in AAZ. Whilst I was put a long way under water for a bit I was lowering my average hand over fist. Nothing had changed inside the company it was all external factors. Be that local disruption, Covid or the oil price. I took the view they would all pass. We won't see a 30 bagger like AAZ but we will see significant appreciation once the plans for the future become evident. I'm convinced its new blocks that will transform the company.
king suarez: Novices mistake share price for market cap, but I don't see no. of shares in issue as any impediment to share price appreciation - it is just part of an equation and indicative of past equity raisings. VAST share price will appreciate, if the market values it above current market cap, whether that is at 100 shares or 100 trillion shares in issue?
odsjp: Is anyone in KDNC? It has a market cap of £21M and has a 13% investment in EMH (largest hard rock lithium resource in Europe) worth £16M alone. In addition it will acquire 27% of the Amapa Iron ore mine with the first right of refusal to increase to 49%. They have $30-40M of iron ore at dock, ready for shipment and the mine and infrastructure can be resurrected swiftly. Prior to its sale in 2012, Anglo American valued its 70% stake at $462M. In addition it has stakes in other projects (Lithium in Mexico, more iron in Oz and rare earths in Oz). I would recommend looking at the latest presentation and share price graph. Can only think the share price is going one way on confirmation of the Brazil project. hxxps://
king suarez: Morning all, 'Bitcoin never sleeps' - and coincidentally, I have not been sleeping well either this week - too much action going on with my holdings, so, I have followed Brasso out of ARB this morning. Relieved to manage to get out for 103p after the mini-flash crash to $36k bitcoin last night and repeated tests of the low. I feared there may be a big sell off today after the US trading took the share price down. Was sitting on a near 1,300% profit from my average at 8p - so bloody stupid not to get out, now, I think!? Greed is dangerous.. I feel relieved, regardless of where the share price goes now. The future is just too hard to predict, with the price of BTC, difficulty rate as new machines come online and technology changes etc and then another halving of rewards in 4 years - what kind of p/e ratio do you apply to a company with these unknown variables?
thistimemaybe: JB2 - that list is not exhaustive. The significant part is "new developments which are not public knowledge which, if made public, would be likely to lead to a significant movement in the price of its AIM securities". In any sane world, the freeing up of the Kalbajar CA and a road map to activation of the PSA (the road map not being public knowledge - there is a basic one in the Vejnaly release) should lead to a movement in the share price. And I suspect there could be more relevant info besides. That the Vejnaly RSA didn't do much to the share price simply suggests the world is not sane. Yes it's a case of wanting RNSs yesterday, but I have thought for some time that there is a sound argument that they are required to release something, too.
2sporrans: TTM i think you make a valid pt. There are a good few wheels turning wrt NK and Ajerbaijan's plans to develop it and these may well determine the situation and prospects for AAZ in ways that we have not foreseen. fwliw, here's a purely imaginary idea but one which maybe has some tentative credibility: We know that, before the conflict, discussions between AAZ and the Gov't had reached an advanced stage wrt AAZ acquiring an enlarged CA, one that would encompass the existing Gedabek and Gosha ones. Given what we know of the geology for the enlarged CA and where the resource extends, how deep and more and that the plant and good infrastructure for it will be close to the extended resource, is this a feasible contention? : AAZ is in negotiations which will result in some kind of trade of one or more of it's NK CAs, in exchange for a perhaps free and/or extended acquisition of the above enlarged CA? Apart from the advantage to AAZ, as outlined above, there may be difficulties wrt AAZ's way forward in 1 or more of these 3 NK CA's it won't have to negotiate with the enlarged CA above. E.g. wrt Sotk, there may be issues ranging from security, political moves, the lack of good infrastructure the cost of building new plant or attracting the calibre of labour desired. AAZ may not even have access to Gyzilkabakh any time soon; maybe not for several years. We don't know for sure at this time. A lot has changed for AAZ since 1997.....and how!! Look, this isn't a serious proposition, just an idea to open thoughts as to why there may well be a lot going on wrt to these 3 CAs that we know very little about; a kind of brainstorming idea. There are surely a good few others that could be floated; e,g. maybe a JV for Soutley/Sotk. For myself, I'm content to wait. There's a heck of a lot of newsflow for the existing CAs due for which my patience is wearing rather thinner.
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