Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ariana Resources Plc LSE:AAU London Ordinary Share GB00B085SD50 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.175 -8.64% 1.85 2,276,322 11:00:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.80 1.90 2.025 1.85 2.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 2.18 0.21 8.8 20
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:51:59 O 200,845 1.8109 GBX

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14/10/2019
09:20
Ariana Resources Daily Update: Ariana Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAU. The last closing price for Ariana Resources was 2.03p.
Ariana Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.83p and a 12 week average price of 1.83p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.58p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.20p.
There are currently 1,059,677,937 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,683,726 shares. The market capitalisation of Ariana Resources Plc is £19,604,041.83.
14/10/2019
09:26
goldenshare888: For clarity and as stated previously: I have sold majority of my AAU holdings (c95% - 2.2p -2.4p range) and only kept a small number of free carry shares. I have no intention or desire to buy back cheaper as I sold out to bank a decent gain, and declining risk reward ratio for AAU. As stated, there are much better and safer opportunities than AAU in my view. Name calling from other large AAU holders only confirms my exit rationale (ie: they are understandably sore due to declining share price performance here). As others are saying, the conflict may not affect AAU operations but it certainly puts investors off! The continual decline since my exit confirms my strategy was right for me. I envisage things getting much worse before they get better. Good luck to all holders present and past.
21/9/2019
09:55
charles clore: I have topped up as much as I can and am very pleased with the share price performance this year. With PMs seemingly on the cusp of a bull market, if the share price continues to perform on the current vector it will mean that by Christmas I will have a higher value percentage of AAU in my portfolio than everything else combined. Not sure what to do when that happens but may topslice a little, say 10%.
09/9/2019
11:06
bigglesbingham: Cheers. I've been wondering about how institutions can get involved with AAU without buying small chunks of stock which accelerate the share price. I've also been wondering why the board are so insistent that PG are good/excellent. I would not be surprised for this to be a private transaction between a seller and institution brokered by Panmure Gordon. I assume chunks of stock are held by companies due to legacy takeovers etc and I am convinced institutions are interested but need an in without artificially increasing stock price by buying on open market. AAU don't want to be seen or need to raise cash and dilute shareholders therefore only way institutions can realistically get in is to buy from significant holders who aren't really interested in direct investment in AAU. So to answer the question I'd say it's a buy and a sell. I would hope it was brokered by PG cos I'd like to think they are doing something for their money. I will be watching this market closely moving forward and if several more chunks appear I would not be surprised if an rns follows stating institution has more than 3%. All conjecture on my part but makes sense considering how the board defends PG and AAU makes sound investment sense for institution. If I'm right then this is great news and help underpin value of AAU at over 2.2p.
29/8/2019
16:15
bigglesbingham: Just a number of points: I've taken part in fund raisings , each time the share price went below the fund raising price so all shareholders could have bought at below the price paid if they do desjred. They have more shares than most therefore why wouldn't they want the share price to go up? Thirdly if it was bought out then their lifestyle company as you put it would end so again the inventive is for them to increase share price. The board has been made fully aware of concerns about the sp/value disconnect and I've been assured they are fully aware and trying everything in their power to address it Charles. Believe me I want share price to take advantage of this Bull gold trend (or bear market as one poster likes to refer) just don't think your logic holds.
29/8/2019
09:20
bigglesbingham: Charles there's no sense in the board trying to surprise the share price. They hold loads and increased share price means it wards off potential buyers. So if they wanted a lifestyle company keeping shareprice low goes against this theory
25/8/2019
15:05
2tyke: jaynesdad Well a market cap of 19 mill would be absurd, if earnings and free cash flow were in any way relevant to share price The only people who find the AAU price surprising are those who believe economics play a part. I trust you are aware of many gold stocks with higher market caps than AAU, who are loss making, and probably always will be. There is a very simple conclusion to draw, and I think that you have drawn it with your observation that the market isn't interested in logic.
24/8/2019
09:37
brasso3: Bought some share late on Friday. The chart here looks good and the high gold price will filter through soon. Q3 should be spectacular. I think sentiment on here seems low but do not forget that the share price has nearly doubled in 12 months. I recall recently on the AAZ thread everyone was down about the share price being in the 60p region but eventually the story came through.
07/8/2019
10:07
charles clore: Cinoib - I think the AAU share price is only partially reactive to the price of gold but others with higher production will probably respond more strongly. However, those who choose to ignore AAU's excellent cost ratios and concentrate solely on ounces produced are, imho, missing a trick here.
28/3/2019
11:16
rhuvaal2: The AAU share price should be higher but I am one who still remembers the Board giving themselves a load of free shares a year or so ago. After trading I am lucky to have a million @ 0.8p cost and just don't feel like buying more. I have seven goldies in my basket and a couple of those pay good dividends...
31/1/2019
19:59
scorscribler: I've been a long time lurker, and not sure if any one has posted a direct comparison to Mariana resources recently, but I had a free half hour so thought I would try and work out a potential share price value using Marianas final share price and the value Hod Maden sold for. Please pick it apart and point out any errors you see as I've got to have made a mistake! Marianna: 135,000,000 Share in issue (after a consolidation of 10 to 1) 2,600,000 oz au at HM/ 3,450,000 gold equivalent oz(GEoz) (1:1.327) 167,000,000 Pounds paid for 30% of HM Which gives us £48.40 paid per GEoz discovered and £1.23 per share. Marianas final share price was £1.09 which is 88.6% of the £1.23 mentioned previously. Ariana: 105,517,794 Share in issue (after a consolidation of 10 to 1) Estimation for a 3m oz au find at Salinbas; 3,000,000 oz au at SB/ 3,981,000 GEoz using 1:1.327 Using the £48.40 paid for HM we get: £192,680,400 for 30%. £642,268,000 for 100%. £6.08 per share, or a final share price of £5.38 using the same difference of 88.6% as mentioned above. Estimation for a 4m oz au find at Salinbas; 4,000,000 oz au at SB/ 5,308,000 GEoz using 1:1.327 Using the £48.40 paid for HM we get: £256,907,200 for 30%. £856,357,333 for 100%. £8.11 per share, or a final share price of £7.18 using the same difference of 88.6% as mentioned above. Divide above share prices by ten for a comparison to current share price (i.e. without the consolidation).
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