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
  0.025 1.10% 2.30 2,588,544 10:47:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.25 2.35 2.30 2.28 2.28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 2.18 0.21 11.0 24
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:15:38 O 22,500 2.33 GBX

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20/7/2019
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 2.28p.
Ariana Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.25p and a 12 week average price of 1.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.58p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.13p.
There are currently 1,059,677,937 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,704,205 shares. The market capitalisation of Ariana Resources Plc is £24,372,592.55.
16/7/2019
09:03
carcosa: Buybacks or dividends cost real cash which otherwise you can argue is better invested into the company operations which will maximise shareholder value in 5-10 years. By and large the share price is determined by investors and companies should not go out of their way to manipulate the share price, which inevitably only serve a very short time scale. Management should stick to managing the company for the benefit of long term holders and not traders. Only until FCF is at such a high level should cash be used for anything other than direct company business. The only caveat I would add is that if the company paid even a tiny dividend then that opens the door to many more institutional investors (i.e. easier to tap the market for additional funds), however few would be willing to walk through that door unless the market cap was above 100m.
15/7/2019
22:44
drh3: Having the buy back in place gives the company the option of stabilising the share price by buying when the share price is ridiculously cheap and maximising shareholder value.
27/6/2019
17:28
backmarker: looks like we may have formed a new channel, with the AAU lower bound currently nearing 2p. If PoG holds above $1400 and then rises again, then AAU price shortterm is more likely to retest the upper bound currently 2.5p (but higher when it touches) rather than return all the way back to the 2p-2.1p zone. so no real trading opportunities yet. just a good investment opportunity. so long as PoG eventually leaves the $1400-$1440 area in an upward direction we shall all be happy.
20/6/2019
09:47
charles clore: Observations based on the recent share price move - justified on the rise in PMs but still not recognising AAU's performance over the past 2 years. A market cap of £22m is simply too low for a 25k oz producer with such a low AISC and a credible growth plan in a PM bull market. AAU hasn't played a wrong hand since starting production at Kiziltepe. And with nothing factored in the price at all for what we already know is a 1m oz resource, Salinbas is a no lose bet, the wild card that could rocket the price to the moon. Should hear something about that soon.
08/6/2019
11:50
bigglesbingham: Another point I forgot to highlight was loan is 70% repaid. 90% buy the end of year. So 20% or $6.6 m in next six months. So it they do 14000 ounces in next six months that $14m profit!! So another dividend payment should be forthcoming . This assumes all first six months income has been used for debt repayment which is unlikely. Therefore I'm expecting and rns re dividend payment (from joint venture to AAU) over the short term. This will come in very handy as a boast to share price. If $3m I'd expect 10-15% increase in share price.
27/5/2019
08:47
bigglesbingham: If they didn't have kiziltepe to process then there would be no money because the gold in the ground is worthless until mines and processed. If the JV made 9million profit AAU would earn 4.5m plus there would be an additional element for exploration which would be based on actual expense. I wouldn't think this is unfair. Noone is going to buy a 30000 stand alone resource. So to a certain extent I think their options are limited. In the grand scheme of things let's hope it's and insignificant debate compared to salinbas. Also I'm not sure excellent results at kizulcker will boost share price. We recently received a payment from JV of over three million which was excellent surprise but share price hardly moved.
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).
12/7/2018
15:25
the_debt_collector: Ask yourself why AAU share price will not respond to operational 'progress' It's simple, they are itching to do another bucket shop placing. What's more the market has latched on to the historic and never ending dilution. 1p target has not been met YET but if they place stock at the usual 15%-20% 'Belliss' discount it will not be far off :-)
22/5/2018
23:39
kirbs4: Im not sure why people deem other AIM directors a suitable comparison? Isn't AAU what is important?I can't speak for other people but my gripe isn't with the value, or even with the base pay at all, it's with the timing and award of the bonus. £109,000 to £137,000 is a 25% hike in base, and the bonus was on top. During 2017 the share price dropped from 1.88p to 1.20p, a 36% drop. That's being generous as the share price was over 2p not long after the start of the year.Now the base pay i can handle as in reality that will have been linked to prior year performance and in 2016 the share price almost doubled. 25% could be seen as excessive but as a shareholder i can take that with an almost doubled share price.The bonus though came at the end of a dire year of bucket shop raising and a 36% drop in the share price demonstrating to me they are disconnected from shareholders. That lack of trust needs rebuilding and the rns released after a few shareholders spoke with the board did not commit to it not happening again, as some seem to have interpreted.
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