Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fresnillo Plc LSE:FRES London Ordinary Share GB00B2QPKJ12 ORD USD0.50
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -11.80 -1.49% 780.60 295,791 12:07:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
779.80 780.40 804.60 778.60 795.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1,649.70 379.48 37.25 20.5 5,752
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:07:07 AT 2 780.60 GBX

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23/7/2019
09:20
Fresnillo Daily Update: Fresnillo Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FRES. The last closing price for Fresnillo was 792.40p.
Fresnillo Plc has a 4 week average price of 775.20p and a 12 week average price of 712.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,118p while the 1 year low share price is currently 712.60p.
There are currently 736,893,589 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,726,672 shares. The market capitalisation of Fresnillo Plc is £5,769,876,801.87.
18/7/2019
16:10
dogberry202000: I have my own theory of what happened to FRES today. The institutions know that silver has broken out and is likley to head to $21 soon and perhaps even $26 this year. FRES is one of the only big silver miners they can buy into in size in London. It's one of the biggest silver companies in the world and it's highly liquid. Banks and Hedgies would need something like this. That's why they took the share price down today. It would be impossible to prove but it looks like that. That's the only way they could get as much as they needed on the cheap, by scaring out retail holders. I may be mistaken. We can all be. But I backed by ideas by increasing my holding in FRES over three buying periods with the lowest at £8.08 and the others in the early 830s and 50s by 140%. If I'm right - I will have surfed on the back of those whales.
19/5/2019
13:06
trader365: fuji the £20 share price to which you refer was a result of PM prices rallying in the first half of 2016, the same thing happened in 2011, albeit with lower production and a higher silver price. With production now near record highs it won't take much of a hike in silver to put the share price back up there. Theres lots of political uncertainty surrounding Brexit which may give PM prices a boost later in the year, but Trump will want to keep the market going into the US elections in 2020 We may have timed this one a little too early, but the downside seems limited from here.
19/5/2019
00:01
trader365: From my analysis above we can see that when the average silver price was low in 2013/14/15 FRES average EBITDA was 614.86 and the average closing share price over the same period was 773p Taking into account that the company expects 2019 to be more challenging than 2018 then I expect EBITDA to fall in 2019 and the fall will be accelerated if the silver price continues to drop which will obviously be reflected in the share price The question is how much will EBITDA be in 2019? This will obviously be reflected in the share price come January 2020 The bull case is average EBITDA in 2013/14/15 was 614.86 which resulted in an average share price of 773p, so, in comparison EDITDA needs to fall 48.83% from 2018 to result in a 773p share price in January 2020. I dont think that will happen but I could be wrong if silver continues to fall I wait
18/5/2019
18:25
trader365: The biggest risk here is the falling silver price, if silver keeps falling then so will the share price EDITDA has been falling along with the silver price for the last 3 years hence the share price falling If we look at the last ten years EBITDA and compare the closing share price we get an average EBITDA of 914.72 and an average closing price (each January) of 1126.57p If silver doesn't rise PDQ then EBITDA for 2019 will be lower than the historical 10 year average
04/4/2019
07:19
hamhamham1: If you look at precious metal miners like Barrick or Hothschild or even industrial miners like glencore, these are back to where their share price was 12 months ago. Whereas fres still has about a 40% upside to catch up with these levels. So plenty still in the locker I reckon. If you look at industrial miners like BHP and Anglo, they are up 50% from 12 months ago, if fres was to catch up with their performance on the industrial silver side, then the fres share price upside is even greater. Either you need silver for industry or for safe haven, am happy it puts fres in a good place. The long and the short of it is that demand has outstripped supply for the past 5 years. That will continue and will correct this share price and silver price. .
09/3/2019
12:05
hamhamham1: Good spot. And look what happened to the other company in the joint venture (MAG) share price after that news yesterday. Https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/MAG This article shows that FRES has 56% and MAG 44% in the joint venture. Https://www.juniorminingnetwork.com/junior-miner-news/press-releases/974-tsx/mag/59113-valdecanas-deep-zone-expanded-and-significant-new-hangingwall-vein-discovered.html I guess the spike in FRES share price from about 2pm Friday would coincide with any MAG RNS if released before trading started over the pond at 2.30pm UK time and 8.30am/9.30am over there? Or maybe FRES just went up on the back of the silver price going up? Which would bode well for an extra rise based on the MAG news.
31/12/2018
14:12
hamhamham1: Everything has a risk and all miners operate in countries where there is an elemment risk, look at Africa, South America, Russia, Asia. I think this share price has priced in a lot, if Fres was compared to Randgold then Fres share price should be about 1350p to match their recent recovery. I am relaxed, hell IMO it's better than owning retail, property or banking shares with what could unfold this year.
27/11/2018
15:26
beagle78: Will the Brexit vote falling in the Commons influence Fres share price adversely then? I don't see why it should? I think the MS rating last week was a complete over reaction to the political situation in Mexico. Much of this was already known, and part of Fres policy anyway. there must be more to this but the price should recover to mid 900's by Xmas is my guess.
25/9/2018
15:15
imastu pidgitaswell: Flying isn't it? Unlike the FRES share price. What's significant about tomorrow?
05/4/2018
11:18
livewireplus: Trying to predict the FRES share price is about akin to reading tea leaves anyway.
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