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AAU Ariana Resources Plc

-0.05 (-2.22%)
Last Updated: 09:07:15
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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 -2.22% 2.20 181,770 09:07:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.10 2.30 2.25 2.20 2.25
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores 4.03M 0.0037 6.08 24.68M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:07:15 O 41 2.10 GBX

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04/12/202308:15Ariana Resources - Gold, Copper and lots of cash!20,973
01/12/202314:17Ariana Resources PLC - aiming for 50k oz gold production in 2020139
29/11/202312:20*** ARIANA RESOURCES ***259
21/11/202313:52help overview aau1
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Posted at 04/12/2023 08:20 by Ariana Resources Daily Update
Ariana Resources Plc is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAU. The last closing price for Ariana Resources was 2.25p.
Ariana Resources currently has 1,096,677,943 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Ariana Resources is £24,675,254.
Ariana Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 6.08.
This morning AAU shares opened at 2.25p
Posted at 27/11/2023 09:23 by claretandbluedave
The tweets that xow98 mentioned are mine, and I was trying to say to the company that I'm not happy with the investment into Zimbabwe. I invested here for the for the Turkish mines and especially Salinbas, being near to the Mariana Resources find, where I was also invested. Since Ozaltin came on board we have seen a large fall in the share price and now only own 23% of the pie in Turkey. Once Tavsan starts producing I'm out of here if the price gets above 3p.
I'd like to see the end of year share price predictions list, and for those wearing the rose tinted glasses dream on.
Posted at 27/11/2023 07:38 by jaf1948

AAU Share price November 2020 5.1p

AAU Share price November 2021 4.1p

AAU Share price November 2022 3.1p

AAU Share price November 2023 2.1p

I didn't buy shares in Ariana to sit around a camp fire, have a love-in and sing 'Kumbaya'. I bought them to make money.
Posted at 26/11/2023 23:08 by jaynesdad
Totally right dixi. Overall control of all Turkish assets were ceded to Ozaltin so AAU and Proccea are impotent at making any decisions there whatsoever. Not only have AAU management given away more than 50% of their productive and near productive assets at Kiziltepe and Tavsan (the former just as the loan for the Kiziltepe plant was repaid so debt free) but also lost 76.5% of their previous 100% interest at Salinbas, surrendered for a total pittance. Fantastic managemnent. Not.
At Tavsan alone AAU have lost at least 26.5% of 8 years x 30000 oz (source the latest presentation) - so profit on at least 63600 ounces of gold lost at Tavsan alone. Well what's that 63,600 oz profit worth compared to the $20m received for everything given up to Ozaltin in Western Turkey? Its no wonder the share price is 2p with a management record like that and its not why I bought in here. £500m company? You are having a laugh.
Posted at 24/11/2023 12:08 by thanksamillion
My sympathies to the Starvest shareholders who have had to watch the value of their holding diminish as constant disposals by the liquidators drag the AAU share price down and down.

How to recover from such a situation? AAU shares at todays price and watch the share price recover the lost value.
Posted at 22/11/2023 11:40 by konil
in sept 2022 gold was at $1650. today $2000.

aau is within 8 months of second gold mine and bigger than the first (which is still producing). yet no milestones or timelines even so close to production.

aau share price sept 2022 3p (down from c.6p). today 2p.

the market has no interest in aau.

the high level strategy seems good to me, but the comms is hopeless.

improved comms including milestones and timelines on the major projects at least and leopard too as that is 100% aau could bring back some market interest. mines and money would have been the ideal opportunity, not some obscure side room hoping the word somehow gets 'out there'.

kerim take heed, as the share price keeps dropping (despite value add in the background) your company may end up in someone else's hands and then it will be too late to realise that as the manager of a small listed entity it is dangerous and just not good enough to ignore the market.
Posted at 12/11/2023 10:09 by konil
jaynesdad, quite agree. tavsan is the only excitement for now. nothing else excites in this down cycle.

on the positive side it seems that many, having been beaten down by the depressing share price performance, are underestimating the impact that tavsan will have on the aau share price it may however take until after publication of the first tavsan production results for the market to start believing in aau again.

management could help by providing monthly / regular updates on the tavsan project during this phase in the run up to production. starting now would seem appropriate, there must be much that can be said if only they had the will to do so.
Posted at 10/11/2023 11:29 by jaynesdad
Bad timing? Look at the share price graph for all time! You have to be lucky to be in profit here if you simply bought and held.
Jaf can you break down your $38m? You may well be right, and I've forgotten something, but you cant include the $8 for the Salinbas drilling when AAU only benefits from 23.5%.
If I can distance myself from the bromance I have with this share I have to say it has been a poor investment. I think my attitude is on a par with Soul, and like him I would at least trim at the 3p level. Now I doubt we are alone in this, the consequence will be a ball and chain on the share price if/when it does start progressing northwards rather than the incessant sideways/down.
Posted at 27/10/2023 08:11 by soulsauce
Not in Kerim's nature to attempt to buyback those shares to appease the 'quick buck' merchants. If it is not evident to you by now that he has no care about the share price then nothing will.

dixi could be right though. I suspect many SVE shareholders will end up with less than 1000 shares, maybe even less than 500. At today's share price it is hardly worth selling.
I should imagine some shareholders may already hold AAU so they will just add to the rest.
We will have to see what comes out.

If Clip and Clop don't get some news flowing it's not going to move away from 2p anyway.
Posted at 26/10/2023 10:51 by kaos3
i pray aau share price and pog will be correlated one day. i do not do it my self. i pay for it as all gentlemen /to be/ do it

if aau rocks to 500 mill i will take effort to turn from stupid to a gentleman

being a poor aau shareholder is liberating. money brings responsibility. so i invested my carrots sold revenue into aau not into something performing
Posted at 23/10/2023 11:13 by backmarker
If KS and gang don't need personally to take any skin out of AAU and are happy with their salaries/fees for now, and assuming that they don't foresee AAU needing cash other than bank finance, then it may be preferable for them to have a low share price so they pick up more shares from any share schemes etc.When they want to cash in they can easily find ways to big up the company and the share price with it.Cynical? Do you blame me?
Ariana Resources share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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