Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific Group LSE:APF London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.75p +0.64% 117.75p 117.50p 119.00p 120.00p 116.00p 117.00p 384,447 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 19.7 28.3 15.6 7.5 213.01

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2017-08-18 16:02:33117.752,0002,355.00O
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18/8/2017
09:20
Anglo Pacific Daily Update: Anglo Pacific Group is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker APF. The last closing price for Anglo Pacific was 117p.
Anglo Pacific Group has a 4 week average price of 108p and a 12 week average price of 103.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 134.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 94p.
There are currently 180,902,034 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 117,088 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo Pacific Group is £213,012,145.04.
13/8/2017
06:12
ruethewhirl: I sold a while back but just got my divvie last week. Great cash flow and amazing dividend here. Share price should be higher but can't argue with the market!
01/8/2017
05:15
christh: Do not waste your time arguing with him. He is a weirdo. Along with Buylines and another poster for the last 5 or 6 years posted rubbish against ALF. ALF has progressed from the difficult times of the 2008 period and it's share price went to 131p. It will climb higher in due time. The 400p might be seen again depending on the commodities demand and the company's investments. The royalties will rise as more of them increase production. As far as coal is concerned will never finish. More big companies are investing billions in coal mines like Glencore, Yancoal and many hundreds of Australian American,Asian and African medium companies are churning out tonnes of coal by the day. The coal industry is worth trillions and the production and consumption is millions of tonnes per year. Ignore those posters and their rubbish they post.
30/7/2017
10:44
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
27/7/2017
09:49
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
26/7/2017
20:35
quepassa: Share price performance: 2011 400p 2012 300p 2013 200p 2014 200p 2015 100p 2016 50p 2017 100p Coal is yesterday's story for yesterday's investors. Ignore posts from ignorant,misleading posters. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
22/5/2017
14:30
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
22/5/2017
13:41
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
21/5/2017
21:21
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
19/5/2017
18:23
quepassa: Thanks LG. Heavily into Tesla already . The Tesla story with the build-out of their gigafactory in Nevada (the BIGGEST factory in the world) dedicated uniquely to the mass scale production of lithium recharge batteries is awe-inspiring. - And points the way further to the greening of energy. The problem with APF is that they say they want to diversify but don't do it in any meaningful way - as they spend nearly all their income/royalties on dividends rather than investment in diversification. Coal prices have back-tracked again. But thanks for the link. The Tesla story is fascinating. The Tesla share price was $30 in 2013 and it has more than ten-bagged by adopting and focusing on NEW AGE energy sources. Elon Musk is a visionary and stands every chance of turning Tesla into the global dominant player of lithium recharge batteries, battery powered cars and innovative solar panels/tiles. That's apart from his amazing space flight venture, SpaceX. Tesla's "invisible" solar panels which look like regular roofing tiles are amazing and so much better than unsightly solar panels. Won't be long before a greater percentage of households generate meaningful amounts of their own energy and this will further depress the future demand for coal energy. I am sorry but investing in coal is yesterday's game that is why APF must change,evolve, move on and diversify if it wishes to prosper in my opinion. It is fascinating to compare the share price of Tesla since 2013 with that of APF over the same time frame. This is telling you something vitally important about coal vs. New Age power sources. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
23/9/2016
22:13
quepassa: You will recall that you said your spoon had hit the floor with mouth aghast when I wrote post 721 on 24th. March this year on the bulletin board titled "Coal or a Brighter Future" when the share price was at its very lowest of about 55p. You attention is drawn particularly to my last sentence of that post since when I have not posted. However these are my latest and most recent thoughts to stimulate the bulletin board discussion:- BY NOW, APF should be sitting on some significant and as-yet-unrealised upward re-valuations in their coking coal portfolio royalties since the near vertical price surge in coking coal this year. And similarly on some other non-coal holdings as well. Soon the cycle is likely to begin again of big upwards revaluations which will drive up NAV and drive up the share price in tandem. Whether you love coal or not, the recent multi-year perfect storm for this commodity has now passed. As a stock, APF are lagging the pack. Teck Resources of Canada has increased from C$3.5 in June to c$18 - an increase of 500% in anticipation, compared to APF's 100% increase. The other royalty streamers have had huge increases in stock prices. Dividend cover will also soon be substantially improved which make it a magnet for yield hunters in a yield starved investment world. Although the long-term outlook for coal remains resolutely in decline, in the short term the demand for coking coal is great given recent events such as the unprecedented restriction on Chinese mines. This share is likely to play catch-up with the market and with its peer group of royalty companies pretty quickly and likely has a lot further to run upwards. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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