Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Galantas Gold Corporation LSE:GAL London Ordinary Share CA36315W3012 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 17.50 844 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.00 18.00 17.50 17.50 17.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.00 -2.07 -6.96 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:57:14 O 311 17.80 GBX

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2021-04-14 13:21:1217.011,625276.41O
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2021-04-14 13:20:0617.011,750297.68O
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Galantas Gold Daily Update: Galantas Gold Corporation is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GAL. The last closing price for Galantas Gold was 17.50p.
Galantas Gold Corporation has a 4 week average price of 17.50p and a 12 week average price of 13.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 26p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.90p.
There are currently 32,321,472 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 25,286 shares. The market capitalisation of Galantas Gold Corporation is £5,656,257.60.
panagos: Hard to imagine after all this GAL pain TC.:)
the count: --->ALL Well, we seem to have some activity today which has moved the price. I wonder if any good news is leaking out. Or people just positioning themselves for the underground blasting? Or some sort of deal is in the air? But positive movement nevertheless on quite small volume. Imagine the rerating that could occur if they can get their act together. Regards, THE COUNT!
the count: --->ALL Hmmm, seems to be a little buying interest. They firmed a bit last week, but they are well bid today. Current price is 17p bid, 18p offered, yet the RSP indicates that for a size of 10,000+ shares, the real bid is 17.3p and offered, it is 19p. Not explosive, but maybe the market is beginning to wake up to what could be the beginning of some decent gold extraction. Regards, THE COUNT!
the count: --->ALL And we have a little movement. Touch price now at 16p - 18p. But for a size of 10k or more, the real price is 17p - 18.99p. Those pesky MMs eh? Just checked again, there is no RNS today. Last RN|S was about formalising the blasting arrangements with the PSNI. Regards, THE COUNT!
the count: --->ALL Well, we do have some interest it seems. The shares are well bid in size, with the first 10k tranche of shares offered at 18.8p to buy. That's 1.8p above the touch price of 17p. And the MMs will pay 16.6p for up to 10,500 shares on the sell side. I wonder if the company are getting closer to doing some sort of deal which will allow us to start producing in decent amounts? Regards, THE COUNT!
panagos: this share never fails to disappoint... oh well
waynekings: GAL should be 10p a shareIt has too much debt created by the CEO/ Chairman over £4M in debt !
waynekings: This LSE code : GAL should be 10p per share as it has massive debts in the company has - remember it did a 10:1 reconstruction to the shares last year as it was allowed to raise money if it was under Canadian Law 5 cents per share as this is duel listed on TSX and LSE - this the 10:1 share consolidation. Watch this space if they do a fund raise as it has no working capital as the Roland the Executive Chairman wants his money back yesterday £2.5M for him and rest to the Canadians that loan the funds....
bageo: Scotgold raising again and Gal stuck without the money required ..... or are there more reasons?
pelgis: So why did the consolidation happen then....? To protect the company from future plummeting share prices perhaps.... Reverse splits are often undertaken to increase a firm’s share price. One motivation is that stock exchanges have minimum share prices – if a stock price falls below the minimum price, the shares can be delisted. Delisting raises the cost of capital to a firm by making it harder to raise equity capital.
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