Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
European Metals Holdings Limited LSE:EMH London Ordinary Share VGG3191T1021 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 74.00 88,893 07:48:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
73.00 75.00 74.00 74.00 74.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.00 -2.56 -1.77 130
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:20 UT 350 74.00 GBX

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European Metals Daily Update: European Metals Holdings Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EMH. The last closing price for European Metals was 74p.
European Metals Holdings Limited has a 4 week average price of 73.50p and a 12 week average price of 65p.
The 1 year high share price is 103p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.25p.
There are currently 175,357,485 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 238,960 shares. The market capitalisation of European Metals Holdings Limited is £129,764,538.90.
dbfromgb: Howard Klein commented on this on Twitter, and interestingly his tweet was retweeted by EMH (Europeanmet)
robertspc1: Skoda new strategy ... more EVs and working with partners to build a stable supplier structure for electric mobility. Surely that means CEZ and EMH...
robertspc1: Infinity Lithium Corporation Ltd (ASX:INF) has reported that it has entered into a non-binding MOU with South Korean lithium-ion battery manufacturer LG Energy Solution for the supply of battery-grade lithium hydroxide.The MOU covers a 5 + 5 year period, and covers lithium hydroxide supply from the San Jose Lithium Project in Spain. Surely EMH news soon
robertspc1: So ZNWD acquires full owenership of the Zinnwald project adjacent to Cinovec. Must be strong logic for EMH and ZNWD to merge and share development and processing
robertspc1: EMH has referenced the article in Handelsblatt on their Twitter feed. Suspect they know a lot more about VWs plans
dbfromgb: Hi Roberts. The selling price is on a random walk at the moment, on low volumes, and our share price is broadly tracking the wider lithium market. Keith has thankfully explained now the delay in the offtake, and as you say it may now be close. All the other news has in imo been entirely very positive, and I really think that the market has just got bored with lithium shares after all the hype and excitement at the start of the year. But once the penny drops, and an offtake is announced, we should see the true value outed. My target price has increased from £1.50 to £2 by the end of the year based on the rising lithium price, with upside from that in 2022.
goodgrief: RK Equity, Lithium Equity Review - May 2021In Europe, the English-language Prague Business Journal reported that the Czech state utility CEZ which has a 51/40% JV with European Metals Holdings (ASX: EMH, OTC: ERPNF, EMHLF) was in talks with Volkswagen subsidiary Skoda to build a battery Gigafactory, and suggested the site of the former Prunerov lignite-fired power plant might be a suitable location. The article also suggested CEZ was in talks with LG. CEZ suggested lithium from Cinovec could supply the factory from 2024/25. Volkswagen suggested during its Power Day earlier this that a 40GWH battery plant was being evaluated for the Czech, Slovak or Poland.
djfrankie2: Personally I would not be surprised if this was diluted no share goes up in a straight line and this has , primarily the back of a video saying that EMH was being bought out by Tesla not on any news from EMH themselves we all knew that this would never be the case they make cars they dont mine lithium then a bunch of USA investors latched on and BOOM she took off. I would also be concerned that apparently no shares were being issued even though they want to list on the Prague exchange it does not seem fair that the people of Czech pay a premium when they have been so low just a couple of months ago. I would also be mindful that with the renewed enthusiasm in EMH why should Geomet / CEZ fund it when they can get shareholders to do it the same thing is happening at BCN a lot of new money because the mine is close to Cinovec i anticipate a similar scenario there too this is just my view as someone that has been burned several times EU funding ?? I would doubt it why would they when CEZ have so much cash.. If i posted this on EMH/LSE they would blow a gasket
craffert: Hi Swanvesta. Some misconstrued facts in there. EMH own 49% of the project as CEZ own 51% of the equity at the Cinovec project level. I had already reduced Zinnwald NPV to reflect their 50% ownership. But where this gets truly interesting is the capex cost and production yield. EMH capex is £385mn vs £143mn for Zinnwald. And the post construction tonnage is 22,500 tpa for EMH vs 32,500 for Zinnwald. So if you want Lithium early, in higher volume, and at lower cost, you go for Zinnwald. If you want the biggest mine with longest life then you go for EMH but the capex cost is a quarter of a billion quid higher, and the annual yield lower, albeit for longer. In 30 years time you will still have material left to mine at Cinovec - that's the biggest difference. If you are a Tesla your concern is the near time (next decade) horizon, on all the key measures Zinnwald gets you more bang for your buck. And right now you get a lot more bang for your buck backing Zinnwald as an equity investor, with a paltry £15mn market cap than EMH at £65mn. Zinnwald is the no brainer lithium pick as I'd rather own a large high performing low cost mine than a huge average performing high cost mine any day. In Germany.
djfrankie2: That video on you tube did more good for the share price than a dozen rampers have managed in two years now the company have released the RNS saying they know of no reason for the surge in its share price i can only assume it will go back to the low 20s . ive been thinking about this if they list on the Czech exchange and the price stayed around 40 that would mean the Czechs would pay around 100% more than the rest of us , being a country that actually respects its people before others i would speculate that they will release new shares unless the share price goes back to a lower level... any thoughts
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