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GGP Greatland Gold Plc

7.33
0.01 (0.14%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greatland Gold Plc LSE:GGP London Ordinary Share GB00B15XDH89 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.01 0.14% 7.33 27,019,556 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.30 7.60 7.80 7.30 7.30
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores -21.12M -0.0041 -18.17 379.23M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:11:02 O 100,000 7.33 GBX

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Posted at 25/5/2024 09:20 by Greatland Gold Daily Update
Greatland Gold Plc is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GGP. The last closing price for Greatland Gold was 7.32p.
Greatland Gold currently has 5,090,376,282 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Greatland Gold is £379,233,033.
Greatland Gold has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -18.17.
This morning GGP shares opened at 7.30p
Posted at 25/5/2024 22:08 by knil
lasttoast
What do you think the price will be if we get taken out then ?.
The share price has fallen since a high of 36.9p in December 20 but GGP is in far better shape now thanks to Shaun Day even though the share price is much lower.
I think the share price has also been manipulated over that 3 year plus period to shake out and disgruntle a large number of PI's.
If GGP are successful in getting some or all of Newmonts 70% of Havieron it will put their share price well over 11 pence for the ASX cross listing (A$ 0.20cents) and possible fund raise at that time.
There should be a good demand for GGP shares from institutions and others in Australia as it is a fairer mining friendly environment in comparison to the UK.
We need out of AIM and an ASX listing for an Australian company makes sense and UK holders could still have ASX listed shares in their ISA's.
A full London listing was mentioned in the last LSE interview by Shaun and would also be considered (as there is a large number of UK PI's I presume) but more costly if listed in both countries.
Posted at 20/5/2024 13:26 by chickbait
Are Greatland Gold shares worth buying?
Share price forecast

The 3 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Greatland Gold plc have a median target of 14.00, with a high estimate of 20.00 and a low estimate of 12.00. The median estimate represents a 125.81% increase from the last price of 6.20.
Posted at 17/5/2024 13:12 by master rsi
The Bollinger Bands are widening but the Share price is well ahead of the TOP Band

The basics of Bollinger Bands
When to buy and sell using Bollinger Bands?
If prices reach the upper band, the trader may consider selling, as prices may be considered overbought and due for a pullback. Similarly, if prices reach the lower band, the trader may consider buying, as prices may be considered oversold and due for a rebound.
Posted at 14/5/2024 00:55 by negan
I'm sure Lurker5 will not be happy. Also, filtered burnt toast when I have previously said about a short squeeze with GAMESTOP. Hedge funds lost a $Billion dollars in 1/2 hour and they stopped trading.

I'm going to get crucified from this post later on today.

How can you compare GGP with GAMESTOP.

Easy. Our last CEO said he was looking forward to the short squeeze. How bang on was he. share price flew up to 38p.

What no-one ever mentions is who were those shorts from maybe 2 to 3p who had to close leading up to 38p?

Lots of under the radar old shorts still praying to close INMO. Don't let them
Posted at 12/5/2024 18:49 by lurker5
Dear oh Dear Hydroblank. Once again what passes for a brain addled by by details - Oblivious of the bigger picture. Any uncertainties and delay to production will have been allowed for in a FS by any competent consultant, and certainly won't affect a share valuation at this stage. (A BFS will be demanded by banks even though GGP might be happy with its own study) You are, as usual, completely unable to understand that what matters is a share price, and what is needed to estimate it. And as for SDs plans ! - So he has the numbers and prices and interest rates all sown up with all the backers and bankers and institutions who will have to be involved eh ? Not to mention what price Newmont (and its shareholders) is going to want or what other potential buyers will pay. But one wouldn't expect a child to spot SD's history of bluster.
Posted at 10/5/2024 23:35 by lurker5
Lemmings getting excited again. All counts for nothing without knowing how GGP will finance Havieron. A few more sensible but still ignorant hoping DeGrey financing will give a clue. But needs up-to date DFS figures (inc Telfer) we don't have. Only guide is DeGrey's market cap fully financed is now US$1.9bn v DFS NPV5 $2.8bn on assumed gold price $1,768/oz. (All US$ and AFTER raising $397m from shareholders now, and $211m already in the bank) I'm sure the lemmings can work it out from there ! HydroBrain should be able to do it in his head. There's enough empty space there. (Clue - answer is GGP is nowhere near DeGrey's ability even to raise the cash except with a mega fund raise beforehand and enormous risk to present share price)
Oh - and there's no way SD can forecast that a deal will be 'accretive' to a share price without knowing exactly what the funding structure will be and the no of GGP shares in issue at financial close. He might mean 'accretive' to the market cap (which is obvious) .But that's not what shareholders need to know. In other words its his usaal bluster
Posted at 01/5/2024 12:37 by celeriac1972
This ROLR may be enormously valuable to GGP.

The value might only be realised via a distributive negotiation with Newmont though, where GGP’s gain is Newmont’s loss. Now Newmont is looking to sell the 70% interest in Havieron they’ll be all over anything that could stand in the way of price maximisation. So I expect Newmont and its lawyers to be looking extremely closely at the ROLR wording. If there’s a way it could be unpicked that could be extremely valuable in their favour.

Has anyone outside of the companies involved seen the actual wording of the ROLR? What circumstances does it contemplate? Is it seamlessly operative both before and after any DFS and associated decision-to-mine? Are there any small print exclusions or cut-outs? Have Newmont acknowledged the existence of the ROLR in GGP’s favour? Can GGP shareholders be completely confident that the ROLR wording is strong enough to force the separation of the Havieron 70% from the Telfer sale if necessary? Can GGP shareholders REALLY be sure that the ROLR wording is unequivocal, legally binding and fully enforceable if necessary?

Who were the people in charge at GGP when the wording of the contracts containing the LROR was drafted? Were they and their retained lawyers capable of drafting watertight wording? You’d have to think that Newmont will be subjecting it to extreme stress and pressure testing if it is so valuable.

Investors should be very careful in placing reliance on critical contract wording if it’s hidden from sight, for whatever reason.
Posted at 30/4/2024 10:18 by cielos
B@stards will be B@stards no matter what >>>> arthur75

>>> Share price was 11.50 in December

Share price was 6 in October and went to 11.50
You need to go to SPECSAVER at 75+ old man
LIES and innuendo is you game, mine is find it out
Posted at 29/4/2024 13:09 by arthur75
Share price back into its regular routine, stagnating then drops. Has done this at 11p, 10 , 9 , 8 ,7 and 6p. This is heading to 4p if the trend continues in my opinion.
Hydrogen1 fanboy Negan now stating an RNS is imminent.Fill your boots then chum! He was recommending everyone use their new year tax allowance to buy GGP wasn't he.No one did and he certainly didn't. Doesn't believe and doesn't have the money! Just desperate to claw back some of his tiny £400 investment that is disappearing fast.
Posted at 26/4/2024 12:21 by hydrogen1
You are missing the point. It's about $500m US to build a 350koz plant and mine at Havieron

Telfer needs Havieiron, more than GGP needs Telfer. This is called negotiating leverage and GGP has it on its side.

IMO the narrative is being 'staged mananged' now for a lowball bid to buy Telfer= 70%.

Wouldn't surprise me if Wyloo Orchestrated the entire situation. It's in their inetersts to see the value of Telfer and Haveiron 70% be as low as possible.

A high GGP share price is a part of the valuation. Would not surprise me if these Global prime Partners unidentified custodian has been 'enlisted' to manage the GGP share price

Nothing would surprise me where $20bn of gold are at stake
Greatland Gold share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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