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Ecr Minerals Plc LSE:ECR London Ordinary Share GB00BYYDKX57 ORD 0.001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -4.17% 1.15 1,803,046 12:01:44
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1.10 1.20 1.20 1.15 1.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.47 -0.16 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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27/6/2022
09:20
Ecr Minerals Daily Update: Ecr Minerals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ECR. The last closing price for Ecr Minerals was 1.20p.
Ecr Minerals Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.03p and a 12 week average price of 1.03p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.05p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.03p.
There are currently 1,064,464,551 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,347,789 shares. The market capitalisation of Ecr Minerals Plc is £12,241,342.34.
27/6/2022
15:02
excellance: The recent big buys. 10m share chunks, were probably negotiated off market weeks ago, and brought the share price down to meet it, ie about 1.05p for the last 1p warrants. They probably couldn't clear those on the open market without crashing the share price Looks to me that the "weak hands" financiers have cleared their warrants now and are out, so we can now move to the next stage, which has probably already been decided on pending Andrew H's review and discussion in London in the next couple of weeks. AH has stated his goal is to focus on Lolworth where he says he is excited sees excellent risk/reward, while maintaining operations at Bailieston. We'll have to wait and see exactly what he means, but I suspect a change of course as we entertain partners or offers at Bailieston, and hopefully Creswick too but I repeat that I'm not convinced at all by Creswick. I do like the look of Blue Moon and I think we'll drill that in August/September while doing field work at Lolworth to drill there later. We have a little money for current committments probably for the rest of the year, but we will need more cash beyond that, which may have to come from dilution if we can't sell some assets.
27/6/2022
12:47
excellance: Https://twitter.com/Philiph42232134?t=Ym9BCbEQQ7WlblNad51Edg&s=09 Our Phil is only following 17 entities on twitter, several of which are ECR or EUA linked, several are pgm or precious metal linked, and some are known bloggers in this space. He has 8 followers including Dmitry Sushcov, former director of EUA, now M&A consultant overseeing their sale. May I remind you that EUA 100 bagged before the Ukraine war knocked their share price for six.
09/6/2022
14:24
snowyflake: Like myself, I suspect that Colin Braidwood bought a chunk yesterday to go over the next threshold from 8% to over 9% for the RNS states that the threshold was passed on 8th June i.e. yesterday. I doubt that he had price sensitive information i.e. details of what was in yesterday's RNS nor any other past RNS for otherwise he would have to have been "inside". I have been inside in the past in respect of other stocks and whilst so, did not deal. There are rules. That said, I see no problem if the a member of the ECR board has discussed ECR's progress generally with CB. Some shareholders with a few shares might feel aggrieved if that were so because they feel that they are missing out with their small holding(s). If so they do not understand that there are limits as to what a director can discuss without the individual becoming an insider and also that they and the company's shareholders are better off having a cornerstone investor like CB than not having one. So excellance, in summary I do not think that CB knows anything that makes him an insider for then he would not be able to deal. Also I am certainly not troubled by the possibility that he may know a little more than me. Good luck to him and good luck to us for his involvement.
09/6/2022
10:30
excellance: Does anyone seriously believe that ECR will become a miner? Our team are all geologists. A move towards mining would require a totally different skill set. It is obvious to me from the set up, and from the raft of royalty deals done a couple of years ago, that ECR will do the same at every project. Explore, prove up, farm out, move on... I do think that Bailieston is the company's best project to date, and is therefore more valuable, but ECR are not miners and are unlikely to become miners unless we can do some kind of Mercator JV. Looking forward with great interest...
18/5/2022
08:52
lewisquartz: invested here ECR and also at WSBN ( Wishbone Gold)who came out with some great news after quiet a quiet period and are flying on the share price . The ECR Pr guru's need to pull their socks up or move on to their next pay day .The ones making money here are the self promotors youtuber. we need Andrew and Adam in front of some informative video pretty damn quick otherwise sentiment will be gone along with the PI's . C'mon people switch on pump up the volume been waiting 2 years no more "Meat on the Bone" BS I want to see "Faces on the Screens" and actual facts and figures. Patients is a virtue but its running out .
21/4/2022
14:01
excellance: I estimate the cash burn for ordinary operations at about £50k per month not including capex spending or property purchases that we've seen over the last year. We still have 32m 2.1p warrants and 11.2m 1.125p warrants that will bring in cash if exercised, but for that to happen we'll need to derisk the projects and get our share price up. The next assays we see could do this, but if not we still have blue moon to look forward to, and arguably the successful negotiation with land owners already derisks our share price which should see our share price rise above the warrant price.
15/4/2022
12:52
excellance: We are now currently at the share price we were prior to Craig's death. The share price suffered when Craig died because he was a driving force in ECR, he sold the story, brought in the required funding, and the decisions he made were solid. The only missing piece is definitive success with the drill bit. While we have found gold in just about every hole we haven't made that breakthrough discovery that could lead to a viable mineable resource. The nuggety nature of mineralisation means that gold grades in the assays are not representative either in Creswick or to a lesser extent at Bailieston. I never had much hope for cherry tree, or black cat, only thought there's a slim chance at Maori, didn't like Creswick because of its random sporadic complexity, but Blue Moon is a different type of geology, and I have very high hopes for BM in the autumn. Hopefully we'll have other discoveries to book before BM but who can say, this is the nature of exploration, it's like a box of chocolates, you never quite know what you're going to get. This is the risk, but also the opportunity! At under 1.5p we should easily double or maybe even treble prior to Blue Moon drilling starting.
25/3/2022
16:39
avsome1968: With the steady rise in the share price last week or so I think we will have news next week on new ceo and more assay results could be a good week least the share price not got ahead of its self slowly does it. Have a great weekend all.
14/3/2022
08:04
avsome1968: TIDMECR ECR MINERALS plc ("ECR Minerals", "ECR" or the "Company") Visible Gold Identified at HR3. Progress of Drilling Continues into the Maori Anticline Target ECR Minerals plc (LON: ECR), the gold exploration and development company focussed on gold exploration in Australia, is pleased to announce a current update on drilling at HR3 including results and geological interpretation completed for BH3DD012, current drilling activities and future drilling plans within EL5433. ECR Minerals plc has 100% ownership of the Bailieston Project (EL5433) and contains the gold prospects known as HR3, Cherry Tree, Blue Moon and Black Cat. The projects are operated under ECR Minerals plc Australian wholly owned subsidiary Mercator Gold Australia Pty Ltd ("MGA"). ECR Chairman David Tang commented: ""A significant amount of work has gone into the drilling programme at HR3, and I am delighted to note that following on from the results at hole BH3DD019, we continue to see encouraging and consistent gold grades in BH3DD012 and visible gold in BH3DD034. Importantly we continue to build on our understanding of the Maori Anticline and the regional gold trend ahead of an infill drilling programme." "I know Adam and his team are excited by the potential at the Blue Moon prospect, and I look forward to reporting back to you once work commences there." "Finally, regarding our search for a new CEO, I am pleased to report we have shortlisted three candidates and we will provide updates to the market in due course, as required." Weird when we all are waiting for results/ nobody comments? HIGHLIGHTS: -- Diamond drill hole BH3DD012 was drilled 100m south and parallel to the previously announced hole (BH3DD019). Five mineralised zones have been identified and correlated to the Maori Anticline. -- The best intercepts within each of the five mineralised zones include 0.8m @ 3.81 g/t Au (Zone 1); 0.5m @ 3.87 g/t Au (Zone 2); 0.5m @ 4.26 g/t Au (Zone 3); 0.6m @ 2.25 g/t Au (Zone 4) and 1m @ 0.51 g/t Au (Zone 5). -- Drilling and sampling of holes BH3DD032, BH3DD033, BH3DD034 and BH3DD035 are currently in progress to follow up best gold intercepts found in BH3DD019. Visible gold has been identified in BH3DD034 at 149.5m downhole.
23/11/2021
11:30
excellance: Despite all of the great things that Craig did, our share price does appear to indicate that ECR is a dog. I don't think anyone can be happy about the current situation, and it is easy to slag ecr off at the moment, but I think we need to be patient, let Tang do his job, earn his wage, and if he does then our share price will recover and Craig's legacy will be safe. Just to recap, out CEO died three weeks ago, we are in a transitionary and at some level an uncertain period, but we will get a new CEO appropriate for our situation. The geology won't change, we aren't going bust, the show will go on.
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