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Chesterfield Resources Plc LSE:CHF London Ordinary Share GB00BF2F1X78 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -2.25% 4.35 335,000 13:11:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.20 4.50 4.45 4.35 4.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.90 -0.81 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:49:19 O 50,000 4.48 GBX

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28/6/2022
09:20
Chesterfield Resources Daily Update: Chesterfield Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CHF. The last closing price for Chesterfield Resources was 4.45p.
Chesterfield Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.35p and a 12 week average price of 4.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 11.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.90p.
There are currently 120,328,311 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 165,593 shares. The market capitalisation of Chesterfield Resources Plc is £5,234,281.53.
10/5/2022
13:47
pensionplanner: Will repeat a comment I made on comments from broker that spread companies are having a field day stopping out longs, which cascades into a self fulfilling prophecy as far as share price is concerned, stopping out even more and large margin calls. I don't have a spread bet account, but can anyone who does let me know whether the companies are allowing long bets on CHF. My info is they are closing out punters, but then not having a market in longs, which gives them the ideal way of reducing liabilities by stopping out longs, but then not taking long bets.
04/5/2022
09:47
excellance: Block listing of 5m warrants, priced way higher than today's share price. Big news is coming...
28/4/2022
15:51
lovewinshatelosses: New options handed out - 7p exercise price that expire in 2026! Come on, excellance...I know you have been very bullish here for some time, but surely you cannot be satisfied with the lack of ambition in that? Where is the shareholder value? Where is the ambition, or confidence in getting the share price back to previous highs (or even higher)? I only had a tiny punt here, thank goodness, but I would be really cross if I had invested heavily here, as I had originally considered doing. Even allowing for the POLY situation and the macroeconomics, this is self-enrichment without any justification IMO.
15/3/2022
11:23
excellance: The acquisition of Adeline has certainly caused a big change of investor sentiment here. It seems that investors believe that CHF, who operate from Martin's bedroom, aren't big enough to manage both Adeline and Troodos. The stated aim of CHF is to prove up and sell their assets, and I believe we've had hints that Troodos has interest from more than one other party, and I think someone on the Caerus BB said that CHF were exiting Cyprus, which I have to take with a pinch of salt... Smallcaps with multiple projects rarely get those assets truly appreciated in terms of value by share prices, so it makes sense for each asset to have a separate listing. Could we see Troodos retain the London listing, owned by somebody else, with Adeline having the new TSX-V listing?
04/3/2022
13:45
pensionplanner: More likely poly are taking pre emotive action to safeguard themselves either by getting out of chesterfield which would explain price collapse but where imo someone else will step up when the assets especially Adeline look to be so much better than the chf price suggests where market cap is so low
25/2/2022
09:02
gosoftly7: Have to admit every time I see the Adeline fly over with the "grey" mineralised rock I get quite excited about this prospect. However they need money for both Cyprus and Labrador. Think these fund raises could weigh negatively - sometimes they act as a catalyst for share price appreciation but often the share price just drops to around the placing issue. I wonder if we will see front running ahead of the raise.
18/2/2022
11:25
excellance: Here we are, rock bottom, on a miserable Friday afternoon, on the eve of WW3... could it get any worse? Wife left, dog died? I can tell you from my multiple communications this last week with the company that they are very excited about the coming quarter. They are as frustrated as us with the assay delay and weak SP, and they want the share price up. The recent placing has strengthened our balance sheet at a time when funding is hard to get, tho unpopular with most of us as it should have been done when the share price was much higher. The long awaited Cyprus assays will be released soon, and who can say what they'll bring us, but going off the Venus and Caerus recent results we are likely to see elevated gold if nothing else. The price of gold and base metals is flying, but finance across the sector is underwhelming, banks seem unable or unwilling to lend despite the strength of prices, so M&A activity with cash rich majors seems the obvious way forward. The anti Russia hysteria means that western projects are less risky and should get funding more easily, but only if the project shows solid fundamentals, and that starts with the drill and ends with a pen.
10/2/2022
13:24
excellance: The placing shouldn't have happened if the CEO had sorted funding last year, but it is notable that da moony exploited it fully. I wonder who else filled their boots? Damoony also immediately resigned. My guess is that the work of this CHF bod is practically done. They have created an exploration company soon to be trading on multiple markets, have discovered two deposits in Cyprus, and will very soon discover a tier 1 size pot of copper and the share price will multiply as majors buy in. Damoony and the bod have millions of shares and options and will make fortunes whether employed by CHF or not. CHF will be the next GGP/GKP
31/1/2022
13:45
graham10k: And what are all these listings going to cost us? I'm in a pretty useless company right now that went for a U.S. listing and hyped it up to expand itself to a new group of investors but the impact has been negative to the share price so far. It also doesn't talk to the shareholders! Waste of time and money. CHF it seems is trying the same ploy using additional listings as bait to firm up the share price Can't see it happening any time soon.
10/11/2021
17:49
excellance: Well then, it depends what Martin was selling. Participation in a placing of CHF shares, or looking for direct investment into one of our projects, probably Adeline. Hopefully the Troodos assays will sell themselves and we can get a placing away at a reasonable share price If we need $3m, raise 4. I doubt anyone is interested in soil samples from Adeline, may as well be moon dust. Good drilling results will bring investment interest, so we need to deliver that first. Mr French has left it quite late to raise cash, we must be down to half a million quid in the bank by now. Always raise more than needed, always raise when the share price is up, always keep an eye on the money cos it's more important than any other aspect. He who has the money has the power.
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