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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
  0.05 1.18% 4.30 2,180,928 12:18:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.20 4.40 4.30 4.25 4.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 6.98 0.65 6.6 46
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:26:37 O 40,000 4.35 GBX

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07/3/2021
08:20
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 4.25p.
Ariana Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.25p and a 12 week average price of 4.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.90p.
There are currently 1,062,677,937 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,912,459 shares. The market capitalisation of Ariana Resources Plc is £45,695,151.29.
06/3/2021
12:35
konil: renniks, completely on board with your views as regards aau's future. thing is i want to share in it but there is a slowish step now until the company delivers next stage(s) of development. the share price could be hit due to impatience but a rising pm bull would stop/reverse that. i am on borderline between being able to hang on and having to divest to stem further losses, nothing to do with aau's prospects just my personal situation. i'd rather be here for the ride. that is why at the moment pog is pretty much my main hope unless something good which helps the share price appears from aau in short order. completion of the tranformative jv and the promise of a huge divi is surprisingly doing little to stem the drip drip drip in the share price rather than being at say 6p (a modest figure given aau's assets/prospects) we are at 4.2p and i am painfully in the red. just a personal issue, not relevant to other holders. positive punter in discomfort from london!
04/3/2021
16:32
plasybryn: The share price is down 2p from its 6.3p high on 3rd September last year. So down nearly a third, since then. Michael de Villiers, Chairman owns 55m shares, so on paper he is down £1.1m. Ouch. And yet since last September the Co. has announced all these positives:- 1. Maiden JORC resource at Magellan, Cyprus & subsequent updated mineral resource estimate. 2. Exceeded full year production by 3.5% 3. Processing plant expansion at Kiziltepe underway - an increase of over 300% over the Feasibility Study. 4. Kerim Sener, CEO, added 1m shares 5. New high grade veins identified at Arzu North 6. Chris Sangster, Non Executive Director, buys 210,443 shares 7. Received £25m in cash and new Transformational deal completed. Goodness me. And that results in a 33% drop in the share price. Value better be recognised soon!!
24/2/2021
10:06
dixi: Yes indeed, now the options issue has also passed by, time for the AAU share price to get back into the game.
23/2/2021
17:40
crossfirecssf: Market cap increasing tenfold in ten years means very little in terms of the share price. The market cap went from approx £5m to £50 in roughly the same time frame. During that period the share price went from 10p+ to 1p. So the market cap ten-bagged and the share price ‘minus’ ten-bagged. I have little interest in market cap growth unless the share price rises at the same rate.
23/2/2021
14:09
dixi: I suspect the share price performance post JV has been a disappointment to all investors here. There was a fair amount of speculation as to where the share price would be at this juncture, and it wasn't where we are today. I think it's understandable that investors are left feeling a bit irrelevant in the scheme of things. This is as good a place as any to make your feelings known. It's a good bellwether for judging sentiment too. AAU is still definitely an interesting investment.
23/2/2021
12:33
konil: soul, yes, i posted as much yesterday, i.e. my disappointment at holders' reactions to exercise of options. i guess its not so much buyers jumping in immediately as seemingly no interest in aau, for example we don't get peeps popping up on the bb asking about things... what! £25m cash! where did that come from? how come mkt cap only £50m!! seriously?! a 15% divi in 3 months?? am i too late for this? ....etc.etc. of course bb activity is not really a yardstick for overall interest in a stock. there just seems to be a lethargy in the market for aau which seems strange given the progress it is making. imo this will correct in time but meanwhile the share price disconnect with fundamentals continues. one day rodders... pg and yj - i hope aau are getting ready to fire them.
22/2/2021
11:34
konil: sad to see the overall tone of comments here. if holders are so 'down' about the situation then what hope of attracting new blood. anyway if ks was 'the seller' and there are no others then i guess we return to more normal trading influences, so any pick up in interest should see share price react more fully than of late. fwiw, ks has built this from nothing, takes a modest income and being an insider has limited windows for sharedealings. he has more than earned whatever rewards he can extract from aau. meantime, i note the header of this thread states 'lots of cash'...and that is exactly what aau has, another ks/mdv masterstroke by means of jv. perhaps even more clever is reducing the ownership to under 25% with a turkish partner holding the majority at a time when new permitting in abundance will be required (tavsan/salinbas). i have made no profit from my investment here and am sitting in the red (yes, like everyone i look enviously at other opportunites that are shooting up but this was my pick so no one else to blame) but somehow my conviction in aau has grown stronger than when i started buying last year. at some point aau will lose its discount and the nonsensical valuation will correct and may even overshoot. meanwhile i'm looking forward to the big divi.
22/2/2021
10:43
1candc: I believe AAU is a good long term investment but the share price has been in the doldrums, slowly dwindling in value for some time and I sense that it will be becalmed until such time as the special divi date is announced. In the meantime I have slowly sold down my modest holding to zero (I am not the big seller, anything but!) and invested elsewhere to protect and happily grow my capital with the intention of buying back into AAU to take advantage of the divi and to dedicate funds to the long term growth of the company. I have learnt not to fall too much in love with a share to the exclusion of investing elsewhere but when I return to AAU it will be for a far lower proportion of available funds than in the past.
17/2/2021
09:30
someuwin: "...we are advancing our plans to distribute a substantial special dividend to reward our loyal shareholders during 2021." Distributing cash does not 'reward' shareholders. Shareholders already own the cash - its in the share price. Whatever amount they 'give away' will instantly be reflected in a commensurate drop is the share price. Its a zero sum game. Surely you want to be investing in a company that can do something that adds shareholder value with funds rather than just handing the money back.
07/2/2021
14:32
kaos3: - going back - how many suitors did they had - on what criteria they had chosen the best one? eg - were they told? - when deal was done - it was done on a premise of the fast conclusion. it did not take into account AAU giving months of work and riches into the pot as a freebe on the top of a cake (our cake for them). every child can see it and BOD did nothing. hmmm strange - BOD hates this situation even more than we do. it is natural to point fingers - but they are not doing it (they are silently taking anger and blame onto them) - it is either BODs fault or butchers (and so they can not tell) - KS just went off and physically never returned to his baby creation for a long time (not natural - COVID again is the reason lol) - KS put his phd exploration thesis prospects elsewhere. why not into AAU - KS is hinting into following expanding AAU into the current Ottoman empire regional expansion - KS never proposed to help his other interests with AAU cash. which would be natural and beneficial to both - BOD members expected the deal to be done soon - they were transferring their shares into SIPPs etc back then for the divi BOD cant control and tell - give them a break imho it is beyond their control. keeping their mouths shut is to a certain point in Companys advantage just joking of course with all the above. no resemblance to the truth because truth = facts+emotions (of the faithful AAU shareholders) have you ever thought if the faithful shareholders would not be adding - where the share price would be eg. to what level the seller would be selling that he sees as a fair value. why does he see that value as a fair one despite the present facts and future prospects. is he stupid and if so - how come he could have so many shares by operating stupid in his life off to listening my plants grow Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkoeMjXq6Vs&list=RD2l6JUNFAJ9o&index=22
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