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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.10 5.06% 2.075 2.00 2.15 2.075 1.975 1.98 1,665,729 08:06:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 2.2 0.2 9.9 22

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22/10/2019
17:56
That's me communicating with market makers saying my target price 180p ha ha
bigglesbingham
22/10/2019
17:03
Own up Biggles, did you really sell 180 shares all in one go ?
swallowsflysouth
22/10/2019
16:23
Off subject, but can I recommend the new film Official Secrets. It is based on a true story and is brilliant. A must see imo.
plasybryn
22/10/2019
15:15
soulman, you come across as Liberal Democrat.
ekuuleus
22/10/2019
12:40
I think 2tick might be Artificial ‘Intelligence’. Like HAL in 2001 - and we know what happened to him/her/it eventually. Certainly comes across as robotic.
soulman
22/10/2019
10:46
Markets aren't about logic or economics biggles. Investors buy or sell according to fear and greed in repeating fractal patterns.
2tyke
22/10/2019
10:07
biggles - all to the good for AAU afficionados.
charles clore
22/10/2019
09:32
It's a no loss for them really, they push it forward they have cash to do necessaries to build the project to attract a major, if they sell it will be on their terms. Don't understand how the markets aren't picking this simple but effective strategy up.
bigglesbingham
22/10/2019
08:35
If there was any serious hint of a major getting on board at Salinbas I think the share price would double within days. I have said before the current price is ridiculous and does not in any way represent the company's achievements, profitability or risk profile.
charles clore
22/10/2019
07:59
I think AAU have managed the newsflow very well here, culminating in yesterdays report. You couldn't really ask for more in that respect. As ever, other forces beyond control conspire to work against the company's profile. It's all there and really good - feels like PI's need 'luck' more than anything now.
dixi
22/10/2019
07:55
I thought they were always prepared to contemplate a sale of Salinbas; it was just a matter of extracting proper value. No point selling it before they had proved what was there sufficiently. But with their increasing free cash and confidence I think they have shifted on that a bit and would now be quite happy to take it forward with a suitable partner or even on their own. I think they just keep an open mind to all possibilities but probably agree that to do it justice they would need the help of a heavyweight
plasybryn
22/10/2019
07:44
Not necessarily depending on reserves they are sat on and potentially other prospects ie Cyprus. My thoughts only but if I wanted to sell salinbas I'd make sure everyone didn't think I wanted to sell. It's how I'd approach it.
bigglesbingham
22/10/2019
00:03
Do we expect any further RNS'? We have had 4, I think, in the last week. Raise the profile, keep the company in the news? Was interested in Biggles remark about the possibility of sale of Salinbas, had not thought of that as it seems to take away the long term prospects of the company as a going concern
jaynesdad
21/10/2019
18:46
You just "nailed it", JD with your comments about AIM and your thoughts about "most Ariana shareholders". That fits me exactly. I have been bitten several times while invested in minnow miners on AIM (or its transatlantic equivalents) and my most recent move has therefore been into gold royalties to kinda hopefully "get it both ways".
desertjoe
21/10/2019
18:41
Expecting revenue around $11.8m for the quarter. This compares with just over $10m for the corresponding quarter last year. Excellent results.
bigglesbingham
21/10/2019
18:27
They have said that the resources being found would oust mine life to 11-12 years which implies another 10 left. With all new veins I'd be expecting mine life beyond 10 or mine cap increased
bigglesbingham
21/10/2019
18:25
I see them progressing as though they are going to produce a salinbas but I believe they will be looking to sure up on reserves and offload . By implying they are intending to produce there means that if a buyer comes in then it's going to be top dollar. In other words we don't have to sell but if you want to make us a bid .....,,, Brexit negotiations should have been done same way rather than telling EU we will have a deal please we've no alternatives. But ha ho,
bigglesbingham
21/10/2019
15:55
The 10 years doesn't I assume take account of Kepez, Kizilcukur or Ivrindi- not sure I have spelt that right. Just related to Red Rabbit open pit. On top of that is the potential for an underground mine at Red Rabbit. Kerim also mentioned recently they could process ore at their site from other mines in the vacinity I believe.
plasybryn
21/10/2019
14:59
I expect it will be clear in the RNS statement when it comes. I would hope for 10 years from now as otherwise there is a risk of a gap in production until anything happens in Salinbas/Ardala - the last comment I read was that it was likely to be the best part of a decade before production starts there, though I suppose with a JV partner that may be shorter.
jaynesdad
21/10/2019
12:44
Good question I always assumed if they updated the mine life it would be from the date the info was released rather than first production date. Am I right I'm saying the current mine life is 6.5 years
d1g3y
21/10/2019
12:18
It is suppose to be from now. And could potentially be more. So a big step forward.
plasybryn
21/10/2019
11:50
Just to be clear do we mean LOM of 10 years from now or from first production in 2017?
jaynesdad
21/10/2019
11:34
Extending mine life to 10 years could well be the key for institutional investors.
d1g3y
21/10/2019
11:32
Its a hard call. In some ways its nice that this is 'our secret'. The company doesn't need funds, if it did it would be be easier on the more senior markets, but then when we buy we don't pay stamp duty. As you say there is an aversion to AIM. I have a suspicion that most the AAU shareholders are posters either on here or LSE and have little additional financial resources that they haven't already committed. So I agree, we need new investors, hence my comment about the desirability of a piece in a magazine like Investors Chronicle. Just one such article could do it.
jaynesdad
21/10/2019
11:23
To be fare, the results today are a small improvement over last year but broadly inline. The share price has already doubled from last year. It's good, but not going to make a wave on it's own.
ekuuleus
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