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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
  -0.42 -2.3% 17.88 46,214,488 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.70 17.90 18.40 17.55 18.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -5.14 -0.14 703
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:27 O 6,673 17.881 GBX

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22/6/2021
09:20
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 18.30p.
Greatland Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 17.55p and a 12 week average price of 17.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 38.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 11.65p.
There are currently 3,932,729,602 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 17,781,702 shares. The market capitalisation of Greatland Gold Plc is £703,172,052.84.
22/6/2021
09:33
tyranosaurus: GGP share price hits a 6 month low.
22/6/2021
02:00
mikesnr1: The Motley Fool: Monday 21st June 2021 Is the Greatland Gold (GGP) share price set to explode? Zaven Boyrazian | Monday, 21st June, 2021 | More on: GGP The Greatland Gold (LSE:GGP) share price has had a fascinating recent history. After rising by nearly 1,900% in 2020, the stock has since lost around half of that gain. And for the past couple of months has remained relatively idle, hovering around 20p per share. Despite the significant decline seen at the start of 2021, the 12-month performance of the GGP share price is still a rise of nearly 60%. But is it about to rise again? Exciting growth on the horizon I’ve explored Greatland Gold before. But as a quick reminder, it is an early-stage exploration business that is beginning its transition into the production phase of its mining sites. In fact, this transition is responsible for the explosive performance of the GGP share price last year. Why? Because the management team announced that its flagship project, Havieron, contains an estimated 4.2 mega ounces of gold and equivalent metals. That’s worth around £5.4bn based on today’s prices. Despite the idle state of the GGP share price, the company has been rather active. Recently, it published the latest set of drilling results that continued to impress. High-grade gold deposits continued to be discovered relatively close to the surface, allowing for cheap and bountiful extraction. At the same time, copper levels remain in line with previous results. Needless to say, this is very encouraging news. So why didn’t the stock move to reflect this? The idle Greatland Gold (GGP) share price While these latest results are undoubtedly promising, there remains a long road ahead before Greatland Gold can actually begin mining. The pre-feasibility study has yet to be completed. It is currently scheduled to be published in the second half of this year. One potential reason behind the recent flat performance of the GGP share price is investors holding their breath until this report is released. Why? Because in short, the pre-feasibility study will basically determine whether Havieron is an economically viable project. Suppose the results are negative? In that case, this mountain of wealth may be unobtainable. Beyond this, the management team is still pursuing the necessary approval and permits to begin mining operations. And the underground decline access for the ore bodies only started being excavated in May. So, even under the assumption that nothing goes wrong, current forecasts indicate that it could be another three years before commercial production of the site actually begins. The Greatland Gold GGP share price has its risks The bottom line Given that Greatland Gold currently carries a lofty £740m valuation despite being pre-revenue, the level of shareholder expectations remains incredibly high, in my opinion. However, if the management team can continue delivering excellent results, then this inflated share price may be justified. One significant risk a lot of young mining companies tend to face is a lack of funding. However, in the case of Greatland Gold, the Havieron project is actually a joint venture with Newcrest Mining. That provides the firm with some pretty deep pockets to keep operations going until a revenue stream emerges. Overall, it seems to me that the GGP share price might see some explosive growth over the long term. But having said that, I’m going to wait for the pre-feasibility study results before making any investment decision.
16/6/2021
18:25
tibszol1: Proton, AF may well have been right since 1.5p, I have been right since 4.5p, nevertheless I would say that my comments about Havieron`s effect on their share price being played out is supported by the fact that despite excellent drill results, the share price continues to be stuck in the doldrums, any other exploration company producing these kind of results would see their share price rocket. I am however very optimistic about Greatland`s future, patience is required, it will be handsomely rewarded in due course. I am also confident that Newcrest are going hell for leather to get Havieron into production asap, Sandeep Biswas has hinted at various mining presentations that all being well there is a chance that the first ore may be mined by the end of "22 or early"23. With Telfer operating on low grade ore, I`m sure Newcrest will do everything in their power to get ore from Havieron to Telfer asap.
09/6/2021
11:19
timberwolf: Shaun Day Tweet today: https://twitter.com/shaun_day_/status/1402566800282329092 Thank you to JerseyCrew on LSE: Unique amongst London-listed gold juniors Compared to London-listed junior gold mining peers, Greatland Gold stands out to us as a differentiated player with a significant stake in what we believe will become a large scale, top-tier asset, with a tier 1 partner (Newcrest Mining) driving development, in a tier 1 jurisdiction (Western Australia). While we discuss a range of potential outcomes in this report, we believe that Greatland's flagship Havieron Project could become a 400-700kozpa producer, with a mine life of >20 years, developed at a low capex cost, as a result of taking advantage of Newcrest's existing processing infrastructure located nearby. Furthermore, we see minimal dilution from any required funding for development for GGP. The key for GGP over the next 12 months will be delivery of ongoing strong drillhole results as the full extent of Havieron mineralisation becomes apparent. This should give rise to material upgrades to the resource base, in addition to finalisation of the pre-feasibility study during 2H21. We initiate coverage of GGP with a 25p/share target price, implying ~25% upside. Our target price is calculated as 1x NAV on our base case estimates (rounded to the nearest 5p). Given the preliminary nature of our economic assessment, as no economic studies have yet been completed on the Havieron asset, we are initiating coverage with a SPECULATIVE BUY rating. Fast track ramp-up Newcrest's nearby Telfer mine is soon set to exhaust, leaving significant processing infrastructure 'stranded'. Newcrest is currently fast-tracking the development of Havieron in order to avoid the cost of placing the Telfer plant on care and maintenance. We expect the Havieron Project to begin ramping up from late 2023/early 2024. Low-capex development We have conducted a benchmarking study of similar operations to estimate an appropriate unit capex rate of US$100/t of annualised throughput, which we believe to be ~30% lower than the capital cost for an operation which also requires processing plant construction. Significant exploration catalysts Havieron already has an initial Mineral Resource Estimate (MRE) of 4.2Moz @ 2.5g/t AuEq. The current 65,000m growth drilling program has intersected mineralisation in all of the holes drilled so far, and significant intercepts exist well below the current MRE. What appears clear, in our view, is that there is significant additional gold in Havieron than has been currently defined. Our simple observation of the drilling data to date, plus the known MRE geometry, suggests total resources could be a multiple of what has been defined to date; of course, whether that multiple is 2x or 5x is much more difficult to define at this stage. We do believe that ongoing reporting of drill results will continue to be encouraging this year, and will ultimately lead to significant upgrades in the overall resource base. Valuation Following strong performance in the share price over the past 12 months, 'valuation' is the strongest pushback we hear from many investors. We would agree that on the currently defined resource base, current trading levels are difficult to justify fundamentally (using either NPV or EV/oz). However, in this report, we outline a number of scenarios which we believe illustrate the modest level of exploration success required to justify significant valuation upside for this compelling equity story.
07/6/2021
13:23
zoros1: hxxps://greatlandgold.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/GGP-Corporate-Presentation-April-2021.pdf Page 15: “Greatland value creation”. Let’s remind ourselves what drives the share price (future value drivers), on the rhs of the page. Wednesday evening news could tick every driver in the ‘resource growth’ box. Page 10: Havieron | Catalysts for value. [Points 1 and 2: MRE’s]. My original roadmap suggested Q2 for the following: *MRE(Indicated): The high-grade infill drilling results provide additional confidence of both geological and grade continuity within the existing resource shell. This supports the delivery of an Indicated Mineral Resource estimate in the South East Crescent Zone and adjacent Breccia Zones. *MRE(Inferred): North West Crescent and Northern Breccia: The Growth Drilling programme will initially focus on the North West Crescent and Northern Breccia zone and is aimed at providing support for the potential expansion of the existing Inferred Mineral Resource. *hxxps://polaris.brighterir.com/public/greatland_gold/news/rns/story/xeqo0ox In the case of the Indicated MRE (SE crescent and breccias) – and with thanks to our resident geologist (Bamps) offline, it has been suggested that the later this MRE is reported, the more value it will afford the PFS in September. So I have moved this to Q3/21. In the case of the Inferred MRE (NW crescent and northern breccias) – it is estimated that only 20,000m drilling will be reported on Wednesday evening. The remaining 45,000m of growth drilling won’t be completed until later in the year. So I have also moved this to Q3/21. But as we all know, NSM/GGP continue to surprise us. The PFS has been brought fwd to September. The box cut was completed a month ahead of schedule. Byrnecut are digging at well above average rates (I estimate atleast 200m of decline progress will be reported on wednesday). Will an MRE (2)(Inferred) be announced by GGP on Thursday? Tbc……230;……………. Z
19/5/2021
02:30
grafter: Operationally, Greatland Gold has made a lot of progress with its Havieron Joint Venture. This exploration, being done with Newcrest Mining, is a very significant mine, with potential further drilling and resource updates through this year. Positive announcements on this front have the potential to boost the share price, in my opinion. Overall though I think Greatland Gold is an AIM-listed stock with the potential to grow its share price. Even better, its shares are now much cheaper than six months ago. That's why I'm tempted to add to my own portfolio. Andy Ross - MF and Yahoo F.
07/5/2021
13:52
timberwolf: Welcome to Club GGP share price Manipulation! ;-) All that aside, IMHO, just look at the fundamentals and good luck everyone! T
06/5/2021
19:24
daddy warbucks: We had Stephen Beetham selling over 100 million shares, which had an adverse effect on the share price and it would appear that GH may be selling a large amount himself. When he is finished, maybe the share price will recover.That is no criticism of GH, by the way. In fact I know it sounds daft, but I think he could be selling before the drilling results. Yes he could wait and possibly make a lot more, but he would be selling and stopping any gains in their tracks, for us, the private investors.
30/4/2021
22:52
goodday1: From LSESpadesAspade Posts: 805Price: 21.15 Strong BuyTodorok's Outlook For GGPToday 22:32I thought I would try and get a response from Steve Todoruk from Sprott Global regarding his current thought's regarding GGP. So below I have posted the email I sent to him and also his reply. Make of it what you will.Fri 30/04/2021 11:08Hi Steve, Thanks for your updates regarding Chalice, Greatland & Castillo Copper, but i'm asking you for your latest thoughts of where you see Greatland Gold (GGP) in the next 1-3 years. Are you still positive about the company and do you still see a buy-out being the most probable outcome.Thanks in advance.###############He has just got back to me with his reply.Steve Todoruk Fri 30/04/2021 20:55Hi #############.Greatland Gold – One of my current big wins for my clients. This is one of the top new discoveries of the last 10 years. JV partner – Newcrest Mining, announced a maiden resource of 4.2 million ounces of gold equivalent. The deposit is wide open so as Newcrest continues to drill it while they soon start driving an underground decline, I am certain the deposit will get a lot bigger. Newcrest should take them over but if Newcrest feels the takeover would be to expensive, the worst case scenario is that Newcrest starts mining this very profitable deposit and doesn't takeover GGP, then Newcrest will have to share 25% of the profit from the mining operation meaning GGP turns into a very profitable miner and would be re-rated accordingly.So as he see's it, it's a no brainer to hold for gold.Good Luck and have a great weekend
06/4/2021
21:07
robertoteodori: RNS Number : 4871UStarvest PLC06 April 202106 April 2021Starvest Plc ("Starvest" or the "Company")Net Asset Value at 31 March 2021Starvest PLC (LON:SVE), the London Stock Exchange AIM-listed specialist miningand resources investment business, announces a Net Asset Value update as at 31March 2021Callum Baxter, Chairman and CEO, commented: "We note a significant reductionin the trading portfolio value and net asset value compared to the previousquarter. This is largely a result of the change in share price of investeecompany Greatland Gold plc, and to some extent Ariana plc, following aretracement in the price of gold during the quarter. We still believe therecovery of the global economy, post pandemic, requires support from CentralBanks and this remains structurally appealing for gold in the medium to longterm. We remain committed to our core portfolio holdings."The net asset value as at 31 March 2021 was as follows:31 Mar 2021 31 Dec 2020 31 Mar 2020Trading portfolio value £16.60m £31.20m £4.54mCompany net asset value £16.72m £31.38m £4.66mNet asset value per share 29.05 pence 54.51 pence 8.33 penceShare price - mid 17.50 pence 31.00 pence 4.25 penceShare price discount to net asset value 40% 43% 49%Market capitalisation £10.08m £17.85m £2.38mAll valuations are based on the closing market price.Starvest is a specialist mining and resource investment company and has theindustry knowledge and market exposure to select compelling opportunitiesearly in the investment cycle.Investors are encouraged to view our RNS feed on the Starvest web sitewww.starvest.co.uk/announcementsInvestors are also encouraged to follow and review the RNS and other newsflows issued or otherwise disseminated by Greatland Gold plc, an investeecompany which constitutes a large portion of Starvest's trading portfoliovalue and whose share price can influence that of Starvest.www.greatlandgold.com/media/investor-news/Callum N BaxterChairman & Chief ExecutiveStarvest PLCCallum Baxter or Gemma Cryan 02077 696 876 info@starvest.co.ukGrant Thornton UK LLP (Nomad)Colin Aaronson, Harrison Clarke or Seamus Fricker 02073 835 100SI Capital Ltd (Broker)Nick Emerson or Alan Gunn 01483 413 500 This information is provided by RNS, the news service of the London StockExchange. RNS is approved by the Financial Conduct Authority to act as aPrimary Information Provider in the United Kingdom. Terms and conditionsrelating to the use and distribution of this information may apply. Forfurther information, please contact rns@lseg.com or visit www.rns.com.
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