Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Galileo Resources Plc LSE:GLR London Ordinary Share GB00B115T142 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.33 -18.54% 1.45 47,514,175 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.40 1.45 1.75 1.35 1.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.62 -0.14 13
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:36:37 O 1,000,000 1.449 GBX

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Galileo Resources Daily Update: Galileo Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GLR. The last closing price for Galileo Resources was 1.78p.
Galileo Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.35p and a 12 week average price of 1.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.26p.
There are currently 910,676,317 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,006,901 shares. The market capitalisation of Galileo Resources Plc is £13,204,806.60.
40plus: Exciting times ahead. Colin Bird Interview hTTps://
tonytony4: Keeping it real was Galileo Resources (GLR), with the sale of 9 Kalahari Copper Belt Licences for $3 million to Sandfire Resources and a S$1.5 million subscription into Galileo by Sandfire. Perhaps even better was the detail that the subscription was at 2.68p, a 25% premium to the recent average Galileo share price. In addition, Galileo is set to receive a one-off success payment for the first ore reserve which exceeds 200,000 tonnes of contained copper in the range of US$10 million to US$80 million.
the skipper: Yep, Colin also pointed out that on the retained licenses there's a dome structure with 37km of conductor. That alone should underpin the current market cap, never mind the upside from the deal, and as Zak Mir pointed out the license sale is effectively a fundraising at a good premium to the recent market price, which is very,very rare these days and gives a solid indication that GLR has been historically under valued. Colin also mentions news to come on Star Zinc and Glenover with another party doing testwork at the latter right at the moment and states that GLR has been 'grossly undervalued for some time. Judging by the 300k uncrossing trade at 11 am at 2.38p I am thinking that the MMs are currently hiding buys for later release.
the skipper: It’s a fantastic deal for the company and the 2.68 exchange price should put a long term floor under the share price with massive potential upside. The company has also managed to retain its preferred licences in the Kalahari as a future ‘banker’ which will inflate in value even if left unexplored, subject to Sandfire being successful with the assets it has bought into. I just can’t understand how anyone would be stupid enough to sell below the exchange price when the company also has plenty of upside potential from its other assets.
gowski: Benny, from LSE today...hairydaveyPosts: 3,367Price: 2.25No OpinionRE: Can anyoneToday 15:24There are 3 nice pieces of news which could drop at any time here. Any one of them could add 1p double the share price or even more depending on how good the news is.1 is a licence which gives us the go ahead to sell the Zinc we are sitting on which brings instant revenues to the business.2 is a survey from a hugely popular cobber belt which already has huge discoveries3 is a potential sale of an asset we have Glenover (in full by the sound of a recent RNS as one buyer is sniffing around the entire asset to snap up)
tonyevo256: Yes I invested here because of the near term earnings via the JLP connection...GLR will supply high grade zinc ore to JLP to process I guess at a toll rate..GLR are waiting for a small scale mining licence once granted apparently the ore is near surface so mining it will be cheap..there is also something called woolomite but not sure about the plans for that. I also believe in Colin Birds abilities to exploit the copper resources in Botswanna..
the bull: Patience excellence, Q1 should be shovelling some stuff into trucks and soon off to Kabwe. No license announced yet but CB is the key into Zambia for JLP and GLR. I am expecting the share price to at least double this month. Scale back a bit 3p by months end, any takers
the chairman elect: KAV & POW & GLR CEO Paul Johnson commented: “With the Ditau Project we are seeking a discovery of rare earth elements (REEs), which are highly valuable and sought after commodities, particularly from secure and stable jurisdictions such as Botswana.” "The Strategic Joint Venture with Kavango is surging ahead with work completed and announced from the Kalahari Copper Belt, and now from the Ditau Project.” hxxps:// Noirua6 Jan '21 - 10:53 - 9489 of 9490 Looking at KAV and POW it looks as if KAV is more solid than POW IMHO. POW is being helped on the cash side by all the warrant conversions at 0.7p and 1p - noting RRR has a lot to convert (as well as shares) at 1p but they haven't got cash to spare: However, do not underestimate AB at RRR who might dump shares against all expectations. Also along with POW & KAV what about GLR? Another Colin Bird co like XTR!
the count of monte_cristo: The Bull, I've moved around my focus a bit, gone with 70/30 split between XTR/GLR. I just have a very strong feeling, based on all the research I have done, on what CB has been saying in his interviews and from the current drill news that XTR are onto something big with the copper drilling and the stock could potentially go mental. I would actually like to go all in, but the prospects at GLR are also very positive. News on Zambia and moving into production could rerate the stock, if POW and UFO can be valued at 22m and 40m then why not GLR who are much closer to actual production and selling of resources!?
plat hunter: I said it all along this is too small for JLP to put up the majority of any proposed JV projects costs. If JLP were to get involved they'd wipe GLR out. JLP has much more to lose in terms reputation from doing GLR a favour than they would from actually funding any JV. Think about it... JLP could buy out GLR in it's entirety from 1 months profit. Why would any deal be for the benefit of GLR shareholders over JLP shareholders? Yes it was talked about but a lot has happened for JLP over the last 2 years whilst nothing has happened here other than cash burn. 0.58 to come for the share price imo.
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