Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Great Western Mining Corporation Plc LSE:GWMO London Ordinary Share IE00B1FR8863 ORD EUR0.0001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.242 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.23 0.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.69 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.242 GBX

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Great Western Mining Daily Update: Great Western Mining Corporation Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GWMO. The last closing price for Great Western Mining was 0.24p.
Great Western Mining Corporation Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.23p and a 12 week average price of 0.19p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.39p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.08p.
There are currently 3,116,964,550 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 26,073,018 shares. The market capitalisation of Great Western Mining Corporation Plc is £7,543,054.21.
kewben71: fool&h Nice analysis of the markets at present. Never nice to see a share price drop but tiny percentage here in GWMO compared to others in the sector Good to see it fairing okay. Always opp to buy a few more hey!! GL all Kew
johncasey: eh you guys you should take a chance on vast resources...0.15p to buy and biggest copper mine in europe,share price is all time low..with gold and silver,in production since november..its gonna be massive and this email from their director today.. Andrew hall email replyToday 14:22 Thank you for your email. Whilst I cannot comment on the details of our offtake agreement, I can confirm that we do not sell our concentrate at a fixed price and that we do benefit from rising commodity prices. We have made several tweets highlighting the increasing commodity prices. Regards Andrew
domple: Great support for GWMO GWMO share price could do with some of the same. Over to company to deliver on that.
domple: A few more rns reports of above 3% holding should see a nice rise. We've had a number of positive rns from GWMO which have done nothing for the share price An rns saying someone has over 3% and the share price goes up nearly 10%.
domple: Hi Rio Sorry for any confusion. I meant start producing to get some cash coming in. Not just from placings which only dilute shareholdings and thus the value. Generate income and we have a chance. Lot's to be bullish about but GWMO MUST deliver on producing. It's the closest we've got after many years of going this way (gold & silver) then that way (copper) not this way again (gold & silver). No more time in speculating if there's stuff in the ground. They say there is, so just get on and dig it out. Then we all should be happy, even Festario! The market has seen GWMO repeat there is jam tomorrow mantra. That's why the share price drops every time they make an announcement!
nico2020: What is the projected share price for GWMO in 12 months?
jaspoland: Deltalo, nothing wrong with being excited with a share. GWMO should have a good year if the bod does what it has promised. That said there's still lots to do and more importantly spend before any meaningful monies start to flow. It also takes time. There will be spikes in the share price Make sure you use them accordingly and you will be rewarded imho
domple: While everyone has a view as to where and what this share and it's share price should be, most tend to agree it is much more than is currently the case. So long GWMO's only focus for now is getting the gold and silver out of the ground and into dory bars, and expanding their projects. We have GWMO's estimates of potential gold. They are better than no estimates at all and is what we have to go on at the moment.
graylyn1: I think the drill bit and the tailings will tell the story here, we have £2m in the bank enough to see out the current plans for 2021 with perhaps the exception that some extra funds may be needed to set up their own production plant? We could use third party plant which may be a short/ medium term solution. I would expect the share price to jump sharply upwards if the spoil heaps produce good assay results, if this pushes the share price towards 0.4 to 0.5 then the remainder of the warrants may turn up which would raise possibly sufficient cash to set up our own small scale plant. If the drill bit finds good results 1p could could turn up very fast, but at this stage it is what it is, The number for shares is not a worry it is the mkt cap that is important to me, we are currently under £10m fully diluted and £2m of that is cash. 3.6b shares fully diluted @ 1p would give a market cap of £36m if the drill bit brings in the goods along with some small scale production that 1p will come this year. Don't forget although we are still classed as an explorer we have loads of targets to go for in an area overloaded with opportunity. Edit: also don't forget the copper, as prices keep rising due to the dollar falling we may get an interested party to fund it.
domple: Hi Kewben. There is an old adage, sell on news. So, while certain people may be taking a profit and there's nothing wrong with that, if you look at the trades, there's quite a few of them after trading has finished which are for huge amounts. The share price will move on sentiment and people acting or not on it. The more people who buy into the concept of GWMO, the more solid the share price. The quiet periods are excellent buying opportunities. As news hottens up for release, the share price moves. However, it tends to dwindle after news unless there is something that keeps it going. Since the news, Brian Hall has been giving interviews, newspapers and magazines have been mentioning GWMO, so sentiment is growing. You may have noticed more names popping up on bulletin boards, not just here, but also on LSE and twitter. There is a change in attitude towards GWMO. Dont get me wrong, they've still a long way to go, as has the share price but they're on the march.
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