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Armadale Capital Plc LSE:ACP London Ordinary Share GB00BYMSY631 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.80 4,359,798 15:32:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.70 5.90 5.80 5.65 5.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities -0.41 -0.23 29
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:22:58 O 8,412 5.825 GBX

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17/9/2021
09:20
Armadale Capital Daily Update: Armadale Capital Plc is listed in the Gas Water & Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACP. The last closing price for Armadale Capital was 5.80p.
Armadale Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.20p and a 12 week average price of 3.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.05p.
There are currently 502,793,887 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,530,189 shares. The market capitalisation of Armadale Capital Plc is £29,162,045.45.
08/9/2021
20:25
tansulondon: I'm always amazed that PI's expect 'news' being fed to them at micro-intervals. We've had ML, major derisk event and management execution of strategy.... Presentation was never going to be a catalyst, it's not that great but adds a few nuggets of information. If the share price drifts in a stock I'm well researched in I add a few more but don't complain and ask for news every week. Consolidation good, news will come. Those in when it does will be the winners, those out may get locked out at this level.
13/8/2021
10:08
chrisn3: Why is that the case? Could not people sell and buy back in later at a price less than what they sold for. The share price is going down again.
28/6/2021
21:35
cocopah: Stevedd3 are the warrant shares being replaced (indeed I believe there are more of them to come) reflected in the current share price? If not it will be interesting to see what the impact on the share price will be next week. Of course if the ML does drop then they and other warrant conversions will be irrelevant. 🤷‍a94;️
16/6/2021
08:24
goodday1: Kabanga out of the trap sharpish.Why have the lovers fallen out?Anyone can imagine ACP share price if Kabanga was kept on the inside?Is this a management failure?Is Kananga well connected in his homeland & may be affecting the progress of our ML?How many more shares does he still hold? Anyone with a Bloomberg terminal who can tell us the latest shareholding's!
29/5/2021
11:45
mark1000: Supercity I am nearly 100% sure the recent price fall at least in major part is to facilitate the rights issue. The BOD like to say rights issues at market price no discount so you bring the price down to match the agreed rights issue price. It explains the contra intuitive recent 20% fall in share price when we have good news round the corner and both the stock market and graphite market are stable. If I am wrong we will continue to remain under 5p if I am right we will soon be back and sticking in the 5p plus range as the recent fall was artificial.I think it was overly generous throwing in the warrants but on the whole the BOD have tried hard not to over dilute. The really exciting thing is why the news was released 45 minutes before Fridays close surely this was not the ideal planned time. Were they caught out by the Bank hols and realisation that the license could pop any day and holding back for Tuesday 7am RNS could undermine all that work they had put in on the rights issue.
26/5/2021
02:11
mark1000: I do wonder if the price is being taken back to 4p for a fund raise. I think in the past the directors have diluted to a minimal degree and have issued new shares at or above the current market price. They must be close to requiring funds and so bringing the share price down may well make sense particularly if you are going to participate. The other angle is a bid to buy the Company the lower the share price the less you have to bid. Could the Chinese be looking at a bid they have a huge amount of internal info rather than a deal to off take the product just buy ACP. The Chinese are keen to buy up resources such as lithium and I would not be surprised if Graphite was also on their list. It does seem strange that in a stable market with good news round the corner the share price is falling.
20/5/2021
10:33
king suarez: It is annoying that with this drip-drip in selling we will now need a c15-20% share price increase when the mining license comes 'just' to get back to the share price we had when people bought in thinking it was 'imminent'. Get it done!
21/4/2021
16:55
mark1000: Ok lets say we get the license ( its 99% certain) where does the immediate share price go ? and then what ? my guess is the license sends us up to say 6p to 7p then if the BOD have not been sitting on their bottoms a financial package put together to finance the mine and processing if dilution is limited the share price to climb to 20p if 50% dilution 10p. With production and divi's this should join the 10 bagger crew from the current price. Be interested in others views of where the share price goes from here.
14/4/2021
17:31
king suarez: The beauty of this one is that the stage 1 capex is so low comparative to the returns. Most companies like this will always have a high degree of execution risk in mine startup - but ACP has excellent grades AND cheap CAPEX, which significantly lowers the risks associated with start-up. Meaning if things don't quite go to plan, it will likely not cost much additional financing etc to rectify any start-up hiccups - not like we are talking several $100m in debt that the company will be lumbered with - making start-up fraught with risk given debt interest costs etc. The pay-back on Stage 1 Capex is something ridiculous like 1.6 years and the NPV is based on only 1/4 of the resource and v conservative graphite pricing - ACP have demonstrated the superior quality of graphite here and it's potential uses in battery tech, which should command premium pricing in a demand hungry growing environment. All going well this can easily be a 10+ x bagger over 2 years and long-term expansion potential as they fully explore the resource and provide hefty dividends. Not one to sell due to a bit of potential placing dilution imo - these things are usually done on a weighted average share price over recent time period - and that is good news for ACP shareholders as the share price has been doing decently of late. Low-ball buyout is always a risk, but not much can be done about that - just hope management are in it for the big bucks.
06/4/2021
10:09
jsd71: Very excited here andrew, Our neighbour Blackrock have a lower grade graphite & estimated basket price of $1300 tonne, their capex is much higher too at $115ml compared to our $39ml.Think once finance is secured which will be no problem with our low capex & 91 percent irr share price of 20p achievable.. Remember the payback time is just 1.6 yrs for stage one.. Anyone's guess on share price when production starts 30p+ by then. All based on conservative basket price $1179t which will more than likely be higher one offtakes are agreed. From the dfsProjected timeline to first production is expected to be approximately 10-12 months from the start of construction and the capital cost estimate for Stage 1 is US$38.6m, which includes a contingency of U$S4.1m or 15% of total direct capital cost, with a 1.6 year payback for Stage 1 (after tax) based on an average sales price of US$1,179/t. Stage 2 expansion is expected to be funded from cashflow.
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