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Greatland Gold Plc LSE:GGP London Ordinary Share GB00B15XDH89 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 22.00 16,558,261 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
21.75 22.00 22.25 21.25 21.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -5.14 -0.14 856
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:52:37 O 823,500 21.875 GBX

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07/3/2021
08:20
Greatland Gold Daily Update: Greatland Gold Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GGP. The last closing price for Greatland Gold was 22p.
Greatland Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 20.13p and a 12 week average price of 20.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 38.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.55p.
There are currently 3,891,165,546 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,400,498 shares. The market capitalisation of Greatland Gold Plc is £856,056,420.12.
23/2/2021
22:56
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
20/2/2021
22:32
riz000: “X KING OF OF TAJ MAHAL” 👑 CHICKEN I BOUGHT 20,000 SHARES @ 21p IN GGP LAST MIN ON FRIDAY HOPE IT GOES BIG BRO JUST LIKE NCYT WHERE I CASHED OUT £11 share price £455,000. PROFIT
18/2/2021
23:52
malcontent: Gold price is at a key support level GGP price is at a key support level no coincidence, really
18/2/2021
20:11
pr0t0n: General markets as well as POG I`d say. I mean selling was relentless last couple of weeks here. We`ll see , just as a matter of interest: 6th of January POG was $1950, GGP share price was 34p, GDXJ $58 Today POG $1775, GGP share price 21.5p, GDXJ $47
18/2/2021
17:25
chickndinner: That I am. Hopefully now we can all move on. Riz. If you have not exceeded your ISA limit may I highly recommend you fill it with GGP before the 5th of April to take advantage of the next financial year. I've got my next £20k sitting idly with no interest rates waiting whatever the share price Take care
18/2/2021
15:24
chickndinner: It is a bit premature to be discussing drilling costs in the new licence yet don't you think. We haven't got it yet but there's nothing saying we won't. It's a fantastic start from our new CEO though. He is hitting the ground running bringing with him a vast amount more experience and contacts than Gervais has. Hopefully this will put to bed any conspiracies that GGP will be bought out. We are explorers with a JV with Newcrest mining for our flagship license Havieron. If you look at the decline in Newcrests share price and put 2 and 2 together you will see this is due to the decline in the quality of the ore body being retrieved at Telfer. It's no wonder they are going hammer and tongs 24/7 365 at Havieron and our drop seems to be mirroring theirs. All of this talk of a hostile takeover has been a deliberate act from scrupulous traders to play some shorts INMO. Nothing has changed. Newcrest have the option to acquire 70% of Havieron if they keep to thier contract by spending 65 million leading upto the MRE. I dont think they will be doing the box cut and decline if they had any intentions of breaking this contract. Do you? Then after the PFS they have the option to buy a further 5% at fair market value. What will that 5% be worth if it's a 20 million ounce mine! Then we still have 25% worth billions. We are way undervalued. Hold tight. I will be filling my boots again once my new ISA allowance refreshes. We have years and years of massive future profits. Name me any other explorer anywhere that have anything close to what we have. What a company.
17/2/2021
10:59
mikedon1946: Hi a lot of posters got to GGP before I did, and I was lucky to fine GGP. Those of you who were lucky or clever enough to find GGP at the early stages over a year ago. Can you help others investment decisions by explaining how you got to know or think that GGp was going to do well even if you did not expect the superb results to date.
16/2/2021
10:37
luckyswimmer3: Havieron alone is a great deposit of gold and copper and is on course for production in a couple of years and has the advantage of a hedge against possible fallout from reckless sovereign debt levels, what's not to like. The share price is a bit subdued but at some point its probable that one of the other targets in the area will reveal similar gold grades. It could be from Scalliwag or the Juri joint venture, it could be in 6 days time or 6 months time, no one knows when but when the news breaks GGP could be seen as sitting on prime real estate with multiple viable mines - what price then.
16/2/2021
05:30
daddy warbucks: What happens to share options when someone leaves the company.?Especially if they have millions of options?Do they need to exercise them before they leave and if so what effect would that have on a companies share price? If a person leaving the company saw the share price falling below what they wanted, could they buy in the market to stabilise the price?Does an employee need to inform the market whilst exercising and selling the share options, or only when they complete the process.Would other employees/ directors stay quiet whilst this was going on? Would they buy in the market to support the share price whilst these options are dealt with?There are so many theories of why the share price is where it is. I offer questions especially the first question, to add to those theories.It is not meant to demonise that person. They have earned the right to take up those options and I wish them well.
15/2/2021
21:04
chickndinner: Zoo. Berenberg value Havieron @ 33p a share Hold. The share price was over hyped on GGP hitting the sweet spot at Scallywag on thier first drilling campaign. You say that GGP could have held back the results or released an RNS in another way. Why? GGP are and always have been 100% open so why change it. The spike at 38p was only 5p above Berenberg's 33p so the fall back to 22p is unjustified. We are also expecting the next set of results from Scallywag not to be what we were hoping for so another excuse for a drop in the share price Since Berenberg's 33p hold target we have had more exceptional results from Havieron and are due another rerate. Forget about Scallywag as this is years away. Just concentrate on Havieron and everything else is a bonus.
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