Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eurasia Mining Plc LSE:EUA London Ordinary Share GB0003230421 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.30 4.73% 28.80 20,061,336 16:35:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
26.50 27.50 29.025 26.25 28.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.13 -0.80 -0.04 795
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:00:22 O 418,824 27.75 GBX

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Eurasia Mining Daily Update: Eurasia Mining Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EUA. The last closing price for Eurasia Mining was 27.50p.
Eurasia Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 21.25p and a 12 week average price of 14.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 44p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.95p.
There are currently 2,758,701,681 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 19,920,936 shares. The market capitalisation of Eurasia Mining Plc is £794,506,084.13.
johncasey: long and strong EUA..DMITRI is our leader! GeckoLovesGreed Price: 27.00 No Opinion RE: Faith never in questionToday 08:11 The sky is blue in sunny Warwick, the share price is blue and recovering fast, we have the best BOD’s out there, metal prices rising, supply short and demand high, the perfect storm brewing as we approach month 9 of the official FSP. What is there not to like, it’s coming and I do believe it will be done by Q1, so maximum of 4 weeks to go. GLA sticking with my minimum £1.65 per share full sale. DS is bringing this baby home. I have this week been busy releasing funds and selling my share of a property with my siblings so will be getting my holding to a nice round 3m shares next week assuming EUA don’t land the big one, so please hold off for a day or two Dmitry ;))) Have a good weekend all.
johncasey: [TOP STORY] Impala Platinum out with ‘staggering217; interims‘We think that there is a very strong market for our metals for the next decade’: CEO Nico Muller. By Simon Brown 26 Feb 2021 09:11 SIMON BROWN: I’m chatting with Nico Muller, CEO of Impala Platinum, or Implats as it’s colloquially known. The results for six months ending December are just staggering numbers. The one I’m going to pick on is the dividend of R10. The last time we saw a dividend at this level was the 2008 final dividend, which came in at R11.75. The stock was trading around R15 in August 2018. Nico, I really appreciate your time today. If my memory serves, you joined Impala Platinum in early 2017. It’s been, with respect, a fairly crazy ride, certainly in terms of share price. I imagine in terms of operations as well. NICO MULLER: I think we have been really fortunate. You know, the industry has been in a low-price environment since the global economic crisis in 2008. I am eternally thankful that I joined in 2017. The first thing that we had to do is we had to pay attention to our operational challenges at Rustenburg, which I think we did in a very different way. We committed to the restructuring, and the appointment of Mark Munroe made an immense difference. So I think that we have seen operational traction across a number of our operations, including Marula, and in particular Rustenburg. And then we were blessed in the latter part of the calendar year of 2018 with a weakening of the rand, which was followed by an increase in the palladium price, which was followed by the rhodium price. So I think the company has been very fortunate in that it’s been able to deliver operational performance improvements into a rising price environment. And of course the combination of the two has resulted in fantastic cash flows. It was R20.1 billion that enabled a return to shelves shareholders, which we think is well deserved following the long wait. SIMON BROWN: It has been a wait and certainly I think shareholders have been rewarded. You mentioned rhodium at eye-watering prices, palladium holding above that $2 000/oz for a while now. Even platinum’s finally on the move, back at levels last seen five or so years ago. And, by all accounts, there’s still a tightness in that platinum market. If I look at your basket of PGMs, you are predominantly pulling platinum out of the ground. What sort of percentages are there between platinum, palladium and rhodium? NICO MULLER: We do have a split between the various metals that differs, depending on which ore body you mine. So, for instance, on the UG2 reef you’ll find a higher rhodium content. We mine UG2 in the eastern limb predominantly. The Merensky reef that we mine in the Western Bushveld is predominantly platinum. And so, when you look at the group on average, we have a 50% contribution from platinum, a 35% contribution from palladium and 7% from rhodium. Of course the acquisition of North American Palladium at the end of 2019 is associated with a very high contribution from palladium, specifically. And that was done as a consequence of our confidence in the palladium market. Both rhodium and palladium are in structural … for deficits, and its forecast remains so for a number of years. So we forecasted a relatively short payback period. We are currently delighted by the increase in investment demand for platinum, which of course is starting to track the increased narrative of the PGM-friendly hydrogen economy that is developing. So we think that there is a very strong market for our metals for the next decade. SIMON BROWN: And certainly the price of platinum for forever and a day was below that $1 000/oz. It finally got above it in and moving. You’re looking to add about another 360 000 ounces of production. Some people have commentators out there saying that there’s concern around you and other platinum or PGM miners bringing on that production to market, perhaps actually tilting that tightness of supply into an oversupply. In the case of Implats, that’s relatively modest. It’s what, about 5% a year. Are you concerned around creating too much supply into the market, or do you think the demand is still strong and can accelerate and take more supply coming in? NICO MULLER: The reality is, if you look at the supply position of the industry, it has declined significantly over the last number of years. I do understand the concerns associated with industry discipline, but we are very comfortable with the 360 000 ounces of 60 metals that we … we in fact think that there is the … to grow indefinitely, because that will scare the current consumers, the users of our metals, into other technologies. So I don’t believe that the announcement of our projects or that of the other peer group is a threat to the market at all. SIMON BROWN: I take your point there. If the prices are too high it sort of compels industry to find others. I like that phrase “industry discipline”. We’ll leave that there. That’s Nico Muller, CEO at Implats. Results to the period ending December. Dividend R10 – as I said, the highest dividend we have seen since the 2008 final dividend. Nico, I really appreciate your time today.
lastchanceinvestor: Underhill said he's starting to have doubts over a positive outcome. I think most holders are. On AIM, an extended wait for news is nearly always a bad sign. But there have been no leaks, and it is not clear that the MMs have any hard information on a company based in Russia in a way that they might have regarding a British company. It could well be that corona delays the timelines. Don't forget, the suspension last year was almost universally said to be a precursor to the total loss of investment here - and it wasn't, and a shorter (was it Jub Capital?) lost out big style when the suspension ended. If the likes of Jub Capital are deciding to drop the share price now - they are no more likely to really know what is going on. The only reason why holders are becoming less confident is because the share price is falling, and the only reason why the share price is falling is the lack of news and the length of time the FSP is taking. The AC share dump is concerning - because the BoD has never properly explained it - but as he sold the shares to a Russian investment company, it is not that clear that it should be concerning. To sell at the current share price you would have to be sure that a further large drop is coming - or that the sale is definitely not happening, or would or could happen below the current share price I can't see this going on beyond the current quarter, and am holding in the expectation of news. Alex has published good information on progress of the company on the ground - but none of his information relates to the sales process, and so his Tweets keep me positive, but I try to bear in mind that none of the information in the Tweets relates to the really important stuff - the sales price. Let's hope rhodium continues to soar.
sportbilly1976: Rutter, 7am rns - binding offer received and agreed/accepted/recommended by the Board....8am, share price opens at that price less prob a 1-2% discount intraday rns - share price into auction and possibility of being v quick and buying ahead of the move, as above, to around 1-2% discount to offer price
cool hand kev: Yes I have that in mind. House 🏡 prices predicted to fall by 5% which would save me £50k or a 1p rise in EUA share price 🤔
underhill2: Its only the EUA share price which is not doing well today !
cblandy: Dr Darkstar - Sorry, missed your response earlier due to sorting through a few ounces of high quality wheat and a ton of chaff on this BB. 😁 I completely agree with your MACD findings and for me this is not a gradual convergence and crossover, it appears to be quite a steep climb and as you correctly pointed out, another positive period like the last couple of days should see EUA share price back at 30 or 30+. An interesting day ahead....fingers crossed. I'm no chartist as far as investments go but am beginning to find my way around a little more now....I watch, listen and learn. Some great educators on this BB...cheers.
excellance: EUA is now the laggard of my portfolio after a fantastic life changing year. Great news today at ALTN, and a fabulous interview released by ECR, and, CHF are likely to release assay results this week too...all major investments that I've made on the back of the success of EUA. Yet the EUA story isn't over, far from it! EUA rose 40% last week, yet are still only at half price today, so lots of potential upside at the current price. Alexei was lucky he got involved with EUA, and lucky he had a willing buyer at 29p, but is it luck? Are Veres taking a blind punt, do they seem the type of investment company to be taking chances? Of course not! Alexei sold in desperation because the wheels fell off elsewhere, so buy the shares and take full advantage of his misfortune!
purchaseatthetop: 1liam. how the BOD confirmed the sale is still on track? Strategic advisor sells shares secretly destroying EUA credibility Share price drops by 40% Continued sells are weakening the share price therefore somebody is selling steadily The only real contender to buy, NN, is in internal war between the two oligarchs and will not buy. No Definitive Feasibility Study for the MT resource Only another 17 years on the mining licence with at least 2 years to build a plant even to mine 120,000oz per annum. If you are invested all well and good but NOT a good time to top up.
driver101: The difference now, we are not being held at the 29 - 30p range, to accommodate Alexei Churakov and Veles International share dealings. when the share price returns to 30p it will sail through it. When you have our advisers engaged with a wide range of parties receiving non-binding offers, they are not constantly checking EUA's share price but discussions will be based on our asset value. MT plus WK $36b plus up to 40m Oz's of PD in the surrounding area. With that in mind Chinaman's target of 85p starts to look small, I.M.O. 50P to £1 is fair value if more it's a bonus ..
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