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
  0.00 0.0% 20.50 21,716,740 15:19:49
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
20.00 21.00 21.50 18.50 20.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.13 -0.80 -0.04 576
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:40:13 O 145,005 20.50 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 20.50p.
Eurasia Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 18.50p and a 12 week average price of 18.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 44p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.95p.
There are currently 2,812,008,432 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,933,319 shares. The market capitalisation of Eurasia Mining Plc is £576,461,728.56.
lastchanceinvestor: EUA is difficult to value, but there was a good article at hxxps:// today. The chart at the bottom is interesting. It gives the EUA market cap at $897m, although it is more like $800m now. and the Nornickel market cap at $57.5bn. And the enterprise values it gives are very similar to the market capitalisations. Then it compares the EVs to Pd reserves: EUA has 2.3m and NN has 118m. The column EV/reserves shows us at $476/oz (but more like $348/oz now after the recent fall) and NN at $526/oz. This shows the share price largely factors in the 2.3m reserves. Maybe the market cap could rise to around $1.2bn on production to match the NN EV/reserves figure, but you could say the share price broadly reflects current reserves. The resources column (reserves +inferred+indicated) is more interesting. NN has 251m oz, but EUA has 40m (this is Monchetundra+flanks, with no resources booked in the Rosgeo acreage). EV/resources for us is stated in the article as $27/oz (but more like $20/oz now after the share price fall), but NN's EV/resources is $247/oz. The difference is NN is in production and nearly half of their resources are in the reserves column (118 of 251), whereas for EUA only 2.3m of the 40m resources are reserves. If EUA got into production and managed to get JORCs on the flanks, and had nearly half the 40m in the reserves column, then if we then also had EV/resources of $247/oz, it would be a 12-bagger from here. Then if Nyud was as large as the existing Monchetundra+flanks, and half of it was in the reserves column after JORCs, then that would be a 24-bagger. This is only a thought experiment, but it seems to show the market capitalisation only reflects the 2.3m reserves at Monchetundra, with nothing for resources in the flanks and nothing for the Rosgeo acreage. This suggests there isn't much downside to the share price - and that the upside depends on getting JORCs everywhere. It would be interesting to see how any buyer buying assets would value the stuff that is currently being given a nil value by the market....
mo5h: So from the days when we were 40p and in a FSP to where we are now with only 1 interested party.Could it be that along with the board this is being manipulated down to ensure a lower buy price as the initial expectations of £1 - £2 were miles off?It's easier to sell an offer of 40p when share price is 20p than £1-£2 when share price is 40pJust a thought.
lastchanceinvestor: The Chinaman, you've misunderstood Excellance's post. The right to issue shares up the nominal value of £500,000 - you have to bear in mind the nominal value of shares is 0.1p each. So that is 500m shares. But I did not say they are planning on an imminent 20% dilution. The company's comments after the last placing showed they were trying to limit dilution, and that they effectively were obtaining all the money they needed at this point. So I don't think imminent large placings are planned at all. This is a back-up authorisation for share issues at any point over a two-year period. As there is no DFS for the Rosgeo acreage, there is currently no need for this amount of money. Finally, you colossally and drastically misunderstand dilution. You think that if shares are issued at the prevailing market price (which only happens if the share price falls quite a bit before the placing - as happened with the recent issue at 26p - so the placing was already factored into the SP), then there is no dilution. It doesn't matter what price shares are issued at - the issuance of any shares is dilution. This is because an offer for the company, say £3bn, would be spread over a larger number of shares, whatever price they were issued at. Your percentage holding in the company is diluted, even if the share price and the current value of your holding is not. As you correctly say, placings do generate revenue on the balance sheet, and so the positive addition to the balance sheet has to be taken into account (and many PIs miss this point). And there is a difference between constant dilution AIM-style by companies that go round in circles doing nothing and dilution by a company in a way that allows it to increase production a lot and thus generate a larger revenue stream. EUA would be in the latter category, so taken in the round it would be good in the end for shareholders.
purchaseatthetop: Asagi...what was weird? Total eclipse of the sun? or Peace between Palestinians and Israelis? or EUA share price rose temporarily? All are very very rare.
purchaseatthetop: and down comes the EUA share price. Surely as night follows day. once me your genius...answer the two questions that I always ask. If you cannot then who is the ignorant person?
thebeastofbodmin: EUA have investors holding considerably higher than the current SP, the latest $20 million at no discount to share price ITX has an investor who wanted in at a discount to share price hence the big drop. we laughed.
flavio_monteiro: OH DEAR... THIS GUY IS GIVING ADVISE ON THIS BOARD!!!!! Posted on another! purchaseatthetop8 Jun '21 - 07:37 - 6395 of 6452 0 0 0 Really good opportunity for me to add coming up! Gotta look at the bright side. Anyway...who knows what the market will think. I am usually wrong when I think a share price will go up or down on news. ""I am usually wrong when I think a share price will go up or down on news."" purchaseatthetop8 Jun '21 - 08:55 - 6437 of 6453 0 3 0 Can I apologise to everybody for my belief that the closing inventory of $1.1m meant that sales were running miles faster than they actually were. I got it wrong. I do not know how. But I did. I hope it has not cost anybody too much. purchaseatthetop7 Jun ‘21 - 08:42 - 6328 of 6369 0 2 0 1liam....that is where you are wrong. I can see the future. purchaseatthetop7 Jun ‘21 - 15:52 - 2463 of 2463 0 0 0 Now....who is tragic? Not me. I am a prophet. OH DEAR!
scrappycat: TheMadStork, As I said, I never try to predict a share price for the reason stated, and will stick to that. However, I have invested in AIM stocks for years, but have latterly stuck almost exclusively to Miners. Over the years, I have gained a modicum of expertise with regard to RNS info and its interpretation. I rely on myself, no other. If I believe I will continue to profit from an investment, I stay with it. If I don't, I sell. With EUA, I haven't got a clue how much it is worth, but I am confident the special dividend will be significantly higher than my average share price. So. I stay. Simples,
purchaseatthetop: Hey all....I am here. I was just off at ITX and AGL (my two largest shareholdings) where prices are rising fast. Today is just beginning and as far as I can see the share price is not up. Lets see when the end of play happens. I am rather amazed that you are all so pleased with the share price now down to 22p and a solid turned downwards. Personally I would not be so self-satisfied at that drain of wealth.
scrappycat: Shortly after we came out of suspension and news of a deal that would mean a substantial dividend would be paid, I projected that this could cause problems with the share price. Just plain common sense again. The larger the dividend, the lower the share price was likely to become (the deal price is/will be what it is). In effect, you are somewhat robbing Peter to pay Paul. The provisional expansion in assets complicates the problem a little, but the sp/dividend equation remains unaffected. The larger the dividend, the larger the downward pressure on the shares. But, of course, if you sell some shares and buy them back at a lower price, you will end up with more shares and a bigger dividend payment. Of course, those who choose to follow that path are taking the risk that they get their timing right. There you are trolls, Something to get your teeth into. P.S. I have never made predictions on where the share price might go. I freely admit I haven't got a clue, but I am, and will remain, a holder. At the very least, it appears I will get the dividend.
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