Arc Minerals Limited

-0.05 (-1.45%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arc Minerals Limited LSE:ARCM London Ordinary Share VGG045791016 ORDS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -1.45% 3.40 3,516,864 16:35:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.35 3.50 3.45 3.425 3.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Investors, Nec 0.00 -5.36 -0.50 - 39.12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:23 UT 125,000 3.40 GBX

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2023-06-06 15:35:233.40125,0004,250.00UT
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2023-06-06 14:55:403.46550,00019,035.50O
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Posted at 23/4/2023 10:56 by sharestar5
'the declared investment was supposed to ARCM' - okay that wasn't as claear as it could have been. I meant that the declared investment was supposed to be paid to ARCM or invested in exploration for ARCMs benefit, with Kopara paying their own way.The JV was with ARCM so Kopara would automatically pay their share.
The latest RNS talks about Unico and 67% and then states
'All OTHER substantive commercial terms of the proposed Joint Venture remain unchanged from those previously announced on 12 May 2022.'
Note the word 'other' this wasn't in the earlier dated RNS. Also, look at Sasha's tweet on the deal.

Posted at 21/4/2023 16:42 by sharenotes
With any BoD there is a private face and a public face. Behind closed doors, some of the frustrations resulting from dealing with government may have been voiced but, for obvious reasons, will be kept in the board room. Yes, you can take the high moral ground and say well that’s “two faced,” isn’t it? Whilst you may have a point, it’s a challenge faced by many businesses and certainly not unique to ARCM. From a big picture perspective, ARCM are in a favourable position, except time scale which they don’t have control of. The vacuum created will be filled with noise, no doubt, but nothing has changed between ARCM and AA – the commitment is there for all to see.
Posted at 20/4/2023 10:40 by the chairman elect
Arc Minerals* (ARCM LN) 4.32p, Mkt Cap £53m – Historic and binding agreement signed with Anglo American on Zambian joint venture


Arc Minerals report the signing of a binding joint venture agreement with Anglo American on its exploration assets in Zambia.

Under the joint venture Anglo American will invest up to $88.5m, including up to $14.5m in cash to earn a 70% interest.

Arc, through its subsidiary Unico will retain a meaningful 30% stake in any exploration discovery within the joint venture.

Anglo American has the right to retain 51% ownership by funding US$24m of exploration within 3½ years and phased cash payments of US$14.5m.

The Joint Venture Agreement, including related investments and all cash payments, remain subject to certain conditions precedent being satisfied, including normal regulatory approvals in Zambia.

We understand all parties want to finalise the transaction as soon as possible and for drilling to begin at the start of the imminent dry season.

Under the jv agreement $3.5m of cash is due on closing with further payments of $1m on each of the next three anniversaries with a further $8m to be paid at the end of the period.

When the first phase is complete, Anglo American will have the right to retain an additional ownership interest of 9% to raise its ownership to 60% with another $20m of exploration spend within 2 years of Phase I and an additional 10% by funding $30m within 2 years of the Phase II.

Anglo appear to have a definite plan for development of copper to the west of Zambia inspired by Dave Wood, the discovery manager for Anglo in Zambia.

Conclusion: Arc has worked with Anglo American’s geological team and lawyers towards the signing of Anglo’s first exploration joint venture in Zambia since Anglo left Zambia and the Konkola Copper Mine in August 2002.

The historic agreement marks the return and restoration of relations between Anglo American and the Zambian government.

The settlement is a meaningful event for both Zambia and Anglo American with both parties working to ensure mutual respect and cooperation.

The sheer scale of investment, as indicated in the jv agreement, should enable Anglo to fully explore Arc’s, large and highly prospective package of licenses in the West of Zambia.

Arc’s licenses are in the Domes region of the Zambian copperbelt which supports the giant Kamoa, Sentinel, Lumwana and Kolweizi copper mines. Arc claims two significant early discoveries at Cheyeza East and Muswema North.

We can see other majors following Anglo American into Zambia and other highly prospective regions as they ramp up exploration in order to discover the next generation of copper and nickel mines.

While automotive manufacturers struggle with efforts to thrift valuable commodities the world still looks to be a very long way short of the metal tonnages required to meet the demands of the EV revolution.

*SP Angel acts as Nomad and broker. An share price Angel analyst has driven across the Zambian copper belt, flying the British flag, to visit Arc’s licenses West of Solwezi.

Posted at 15/3/2023 21:14 by papillon
Not surprised at today's fall in the ARCM share price After all the Copper price is very weak today
The weak Copper price plus the very weak oil price suggests to me that investors believe we are heading for a nasty recession.

Posted at 07/2/2023 10:51 by the chairman elect
Arc Minerals* (ARCM LN) 3.8p, Mkt Cap £45m – Update on Anglo American JV with extension of exclusivity agreement as final due diligence is completed

Arc Minerals provides an update on its JV with a subsidiary of Anglo American as regards its copper interests in North Western Zambia where Anglo American has the right to retain up to a 70% ownership in the JV.

Arc notes that its negotiations with Anglo American are progressing well, specifically over the terms and conditions of the JV and associated commercial terms.

The Company notes that substantive commercial terms of the proposed JV remain unchanged.

Both parties are currently finishing remaining due diligence, technical and structural issues, expected within the next few weeks.

Both parties have agreed to extend the exclusivity period to 31st March 2023, for internal approvals and the signing of a definitive JV agreement.

Arc’s Executive Chair Nick Von Schirnding looks ‘forward to moving swiftly to signing all the final agreements and to updating shareholders shortly.’

*SP Angel acts as Nomad and broker. An share price Angel analyst has driven across the Zambian copper belt, flying the British flag, to visit Arc’s licenses West of Solwezi.

Posted at 13/12/2022 15:59 by mark10101
No, but that is reflected in the share price, stars appear to be aligning and the share price is where it is. I personally like the risk reward here but totally understand people with different views.
Posted at 29/7/2022 23:52 by papillon
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It looks like the ARCM share price has bottomed and is just going sideways whilst awaiting news, hence tight Bollinger Bands.

Posted at 11/5/2022 21:50 by papillon
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For what it's worth here is a 1 year ARCM log chart showing the current uptrend that started in January. As can be seen the ARCM share price could fall a bit further and still be in that uptrend. I find log charts very useful. However trends don't last forever. When this one ends lets hope the breakout is to the upside!

Posted at 11/5/2022 18:54 by papillon
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The ARCM share price closed on the 20 day EMA, fatfish. However the Heikin-Ashi candlesticks shown on the chart, the MACD and the declining 14 day RSI all point to the likely hood of the ARCM share price falling further in the short term unless good news is issued in the meantime. A drop to 4p is possible, but I cannot claim to be able to predict share prices. Hopefully the share price won't drop any lower than 4.5p.
The reason why I said that the ARCM chart remained bullish, flatfish, was that there was a bullish "Golden Cross" formed on the chart in early April when the 50 day EMA rose above an already rising 200 day EMA.
I'll post a log chart later showing the uptrend going back to the start of the year.

Posted at 03/5/2022 17:45 by papillon
That's some trade, Likya123. A "worked" trade? If so then it probably accounts for today's share price rise. Institutional buy? Possibly. All seems rather bullish for the ARCM share price
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