Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific Group Plc LSE:APF London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 207.00 75,753 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
207.00 208.00 208.00 207.00 208.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 37.38 11.85 5.88 35.2 376
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:04:33 O 451 207.01 GBX

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Anglo Pacific Daily Update: Anglo Pacific Group Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker APF. The last closing price for Anglo Pacific was 207p.
Anglo Pacific Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 203p and a 12 week average price of 198p.
The 1 year high share price is 229p while the 1 year low share price is currently 123.50p.
There are currently 181,470,392 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 276,462 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo Pacific Group Plc is £375,643,711.44.
sic1969: "What is the chance of two brand new posters since May finding themselves on the same bulletin with names each comprising three letters followed by four digits? A trillion to one??" Well no wonder your investing is so poor, your maths is a zillion miles out. QP indulge me. You would surely not be insane enough to believe that all coal use could end overnight? Unless we want to find ourselves back in the dark ages instantly? - You have to acknowledge that it takes time to move away from coal and oil to something else? It is simple fact that this is true. APF have a stake in the biggest coal mine in the world, ALL of the mining is now being done in APFs royalty areas, and with a 40% uplift in production the new owners want that gives APF between 5 and 6 years of royalties. Coal use has been going on for hundreds of years, it cannot be replaced in 5 years, 10 years or even 30 years - coal fired anything - power plants, furnaces, etc, etc can't be converted overnight. So with 5 to 6 years of record royalties - that sets the share price up for a BIG re-rating. PLUS the excess cash and loan facilities are being and will be invested in the very things you want to see - precious metals used in high density batteries for electric cars, etc. So how can you lose with APF? Record royalites and cash from the current major fuel sources, and heavy investment in future ones. You surely don't expect a company to throw away (if it could) assets in coal worth £300 - £400 million over the next 5 to 6 years "because of ideology" do you? Do you think no one else would buy or use those assets if they could? You are deluded man, banks are not lending to miners, which is APFs USP, they have huge amounts of cash GUARANTEED in over the next 6 years, and they are redeploying that money into the things you and I knw will explode exponentially - like batteries for electric cars. And yet while you bang on and on about renewables you can't seem to see the unique opportunty here to get into all of that at the ground floor and to make HUGE and SIGNIFICANT piles of cash while doing your best for the environment. The mind boggles, it really does.
sic1969: I have been invested in Anglo Pacific for about 2 years now, and of course the major question with regards to value is how long will the Kestrel royalties keep on coming for? Well, I decided to speak to the comapny since the map on their website was uploaded in Sept 2014, and they replied (the new map is in the latest presentation, I also think slide 16 is well worth looking at, as well as some of the others). Anyway, APF answered that at the increased 40% production rate, 90% of said production falling in APFs royalty areas in that time, the royalties will continue for between 5 and 6 years. I printed off the new map, compared it to the old one, calculated how long it had taken to move from A to B, took a ruler, a calculator and a bit of maths and calculated it for myself. At old production levels the Kestrel royalties would last for c.8.2 years. With a 40% increase it comes out to roughly 5.85 years - so what they said looks to be correct. So: a) almost 6 years more Kestrel royalties but 40% higher than has been the norm. b) some of the newer additions will contiue to grow and contribute more in that time c) the company will have a massive war chest to make much bigger additions to replace Kestrel. d) plenty of dividends for shareholders. e) plenty of room for share price growth since it seems to be seriously undervalued (see slide 16). Que Passa seems to think this is a bum share in a bum company. There's only 1 bum here, and it's QP.
rochdae: The discussion here over-complicates. Many companies only have one asset. Look at all the mining companies out there, or the tech stuff. It's all the same story with associated risks. The tech bubble bought the future but most companies weren't making any money. APF's share price rise is because it's generating more cash. If it continues to do so the share price will continue to go up. If it doesn't it won't.
quepassa: You don't understand. Steel mills use TWO types of coal. One to mix/alloy carbon with iron to make steel - COKING COAL One to heat the furnaces/melt the metal - THERMAL COAL. The pollution is a key issue and the Chinese steel mills are blamed by the Chinese authorities as being one of the major culprits of their city air pollution crisis. APF has risen from a 50p low to 150p. However, some 8 years ago the apf share price was c 350p. A 60% reduction over 8 years when the FTSE is up by around 40%.You may think this is great performance. But it isn't. Your understanding of these matters is woeful. Same mistake as with EasyJet. You failed to comprehend how the airline Price War and Brexit would impact EasyJet as a British carrier. The same Price War which caused Alitalia, Air Berlin and Monarch all to collapse. Just as you fail to comprehend how the USA putting 25% tariffs on steel imports will make the domestic US steel manufacturers more competitive and will have a knock-on negative effect to demand for imported steel. You have little or no understanding how the MARKET and GLOBAL EVENTS impact companies and believe that companies operate in bubbled isolation not impacted by geopolitical events which you naively write off as "irrelevance". ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
rcturner2: QP is clearly right about the long term outlook for coal. However, that does not mean that the APF share price will follow the same trajectory. Companies operating in declining markets can still be good investments.
buywell3: Now I seem to remember somebody saying coaking coal would fall to below $150 ... who was it ? Coking coal price slides to 8-month low Jun. 12, 2017, 2:03 PM The price of coking coal dropped on Monday with the industry benchmark price tracked by the Steel Index down 1.1% to $146.20 a tonne as supply returns to normal levels following tropical storms in Australia in March. Oh yes ............ it was me .................. and right on time predicted buywell322 May '17 - 14:30 - 8227 of 8307 1 0 Edit Too many pink specs wearers here You guys are not going to see it coming till it hits you hard in your wallet Like I said coking coal to $150 within 3 months is my call based upon the charts Let us see how that is reflected in the APF share price
buywell3: OK what price is it ? buywell322 May '17 - 14:30 - 8227 of 8307 1 0 Edit Too many pink specs wearers here You guys are not going to see it coming till it hits you hard in your wallet Like I said coking coal to $150 within 3 months is my call based upon the charts Let us see how that is reflected in the APF share price
buywell3: Too many pink specs wearers here You guys are not going to see it coming till it hits you hard in your wallet Like I said coking coal to $150 within 3 months is my call based upon the charts Let us see how that is reflected in the APF share price
quepassa: No you got it wrong again. I hope the APF share price rises. But I just think it's good to post some news about the sector which is looking particularly bleak at the moment. Not encouraging when ENEL plans to shut down its worldwide fleet of coal-burning power stations. That's really bad news for the sector. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: Will have a look at IQE. Thanks. Question for the house - if coal is so great why was the APF share price 300p five years ago and today 115p? Isn't that telling you something very important about coal as an investment ? ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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