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
  -0.19 -1.17% 16.11 6,655,315 16:35:20
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16.10 16.40 16.50 16.10 16.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -5.14 -0.14 639
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:09:39 O 3,920 16.111 GBX

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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 16.30p.
Greatland Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 15.65p and a 12 week average price of 15.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 38.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.65p.
There are currently 3,964,547,171 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 31,968,534 shares. The market capitalisation of Greatland Gold Plc is £638,688,549.25.
clickbait: See. If anything. I am super positive about GGP. I'm only trying to show the reason why the share price has bombed since the last spike. Those in the know have sold at huge profits. We are talking hundreds of £millions of pounds. Simon says. Rub your belly with one hand in a circular motion and simultaneously tap yourself on the head with your other hand. Simon and his city gang say to sit on your hands whilst pumping the share price to 37p. Simon says to keep sitting on your hands whilst they are selling. Simon says thank you very much for my brand new Lamborghini!
bspgamer: GGP of the future? DATE01.09.21The New Empire – Part I "...with the share price once again at rock bottom Empire may still be one to watch if it can find a way of taking advantage of at least one of the several new opportunities it has given itself by undertaking the difficult process of change..." The tough process of transformation embarked upon by gold miner Empire Metals (AIM:EEE), attempting to pivot from a long-time focus on Georgia to fresh assets in Western Australia, has tested the patience of investors. The company's share price has fallen away dramatically over the few years, and its most recent operations update on its flagship Australian venture disappointed many investors. But with a new position carved out in a highly prospective region there may yet be grounds for believing Empire can reinvent itself.The company's previous flagship, a 50pc interest in the Bolnisi Copper and Gold Project in the Caucasus mountains, had been sunk by a long running dispute with the Georgian National Agency of Mines over the extent of the licence. After protracted negotiations with prospective buyers, Empire finally reached an agreement this year to sell its holding for $3.3m to project partners the Caucasian Mining Group.New horizons Messy as it may have been, the sale injected a vital shot of capital into the company's efforts to reorient itself towards Western Australia. Last year Empire took its first big step on its new path by acquiring a 75pc interest in the Eclipse Gold Project, centred on a historic mine located 55 kilometres north-east of Kalgoorlie. The mine, which has changed hands several times since the turn of the last century, was sunk to its current depth of 78 metres in 1910, and has recorded historic production of 954 tonnes at 24.6 g/t gold for 754.25 oz gold. Sporadic re-exploration since the 1990s has hinted at the mine's continued potential. A 2014 drilling programme identified high-grade mineralisation within a 30 metre zone either side of the main Eclipse shaft, and soil surveys have indicated elevated gold concentrations in portions of the Project's mineralised system. Two additional targets have also been identified, the Houdini and Easy prospects, north-west of the main Eclipse shaft. Empire completed a placing last November to raise £2m to support exploratory drilling.Reverse circulation (RC) drilling at the Eclipse shaft and the Houdini prospect last autumn recorded intercepts including 14 metres at 3.78 g/t gold from 22 metres, including 1 metre @ 21.4 g/t gold, and 1 metre @ 16.65 g/t gold, and a second phase early this year confirmed several veins running in parallel to the main Eclipse vein, including an anomalous stockwork style of near-surface mineralisation in the vicinity of old workings called Jack's Dream.Empire doubled down on its Australian focus in May, when it took a controlling interest – also 75pc – in the Central Menzies Gold Project 90 km north-west of Eclipse. The Project, comprising four exploration licences covering a granite-greenstone belt within the Menzies Shear Zone, is circled by the 320,000oz @ 2.1g/t gold Menzies Gold Project operated by ASX-listed Kingswest Resources, and is directly south along the strike of the 15 kilometre Yunndaga line of workings, which has a historic metal inventory of 1.1 million ounces (Moz) of gold. Historic drilling at Eclipse undertaken by previous owner Mel Dalla-Costa, a well known figure on the Western Australian gold scene, encountered several high-grade intercepts including 5 metres @ 19.59 g/t gold from 30 metres, and 3 metres @ 5.15 g/t gold from 35 metres. Under the agreement Empire will spend AUD$500,000 on exploration at Central Menzies within a nine-month option period, with the right to exercise the option for AUD$1.75m in cash and AUD$1.25m worth of shares.Empire pursued another prospect in the region last year, signing a Binding Heads of Agreement with ASX-listed Artemis Resources Limited to acquire a 41pc interest in the Munni Munni Palladium Project in West Pilbara, a 64 km2 exploration licence with a JORC-compliant Resource of 24Mt @ 2.9 g/t Platinum Group Element (PGE) and gold. Empire undertook a brief drilling programme last June, but as with its former Georgian assets, Munni Munni has been troubled by ownership issues. Last summer Artemis was served a writ of summons by its joint venture partner Platina Resources Limited, which claimed that the agreement with Empire breached the terms of the venture. Artemis is defending its position against Platina's claim in an ongoing dispute.Empire changed its leadership in June to reflect its new Western Australian focus, appointing Shaun Bunn as Managing Director, a metallurgist with more than 25 years' experience in the region's gold mining sector.This summer's drilling The company has made progress at both Eclipse and Central Menzies this summer. It started exploring Central Menzies, aiming to verify the RC drilling data it inherited, and to acquire fresh geophysical survey data. Last month Empire reported that soil sampling and analysis of historic drilling data had identified two mineralised corridors with elevated gold concentrations, allowing the company to design a 2,100 metre drilling campaign expected to be completed later this month. Empire anticipates 'adding further drilling targets to the development plan as we complete ... geochemical mapping'.This summer's drilling at Eclipse has sought to test the extent of previously identified mineralised systems, particularly around historic workings at Jack's Dream. In July Empire announced that 19 holes had been drilled for a total of 1,893 metres, and three core diameter drill holes for a total of 201.1 metres, discovering 'several parallel veins in addition to the main Eclipse vein', and confirming intercepts from previous RC drilling. Operations also revealed a previously unidentified mineralised lode, referred to as 'Twin Shafts', running sub-parallel to the Eclipse vein. Significant drilling intercepts included 5 metres @ 3.54 g/t gold from 126m downhole at Jack's Dream, 4 metres @ 4.78 g/t gold from 66 metres downhole at Twin Shaft, and 2 metres @ 3.65 g/t gold from 53 metres downhole at Eclipse.But late last month a long, and rather cautiously worded, update announced a shift of focus. Of the more than hundred drill holes drilled over three exploratory programmes over the past 12 months, only eight had encountered significant gold intercepts within the oxidised zone within 30 metres of surface along strike from the main Eclipse shaft. The company now thinks 'the main gold mineralisation at Eclipse is more prevalent at depth' and 'is perhaps orders of magnitude larger than originally anticipated.' It therefore 'believes that the development of a small-scale open pit operation is not the optimum path for unlocking the value of Eclipse, and may ultimately lead to the sterilisation of the higher value gold mineralisation within the high-grade primary lodes and supergene enrichment near the base of weathering.' Further drilling will be necessary to 'expand the exploration and development focus on the wider potential that is offered by combinations of the Eclipse lode with the Jack's Dream extension and Twin Shaft lode with the objective of delivering a larger mineralised inventory to advance towards feasibility stage'. A subsequent update stated that 'we are completing our initial assessment of the small-scale mining opportunities at our Eclipse Gold Project' and expects to provide a technical update shortly.Looking ahead The change of plan left the markets uncertain about the company's ability to execute and fund drilling at greater depth, the cash generated from the sale of its Georgian assets notwithstanding. Empire's last set of results, published in April, prior to the sale, stated a cash position (as at 16 April 2021) of £1.23m. A year-end loss of £572,989 was reported (31 December 2019: £675,592).Empire's share price has been battered over the past few years as its Georgian venture has run aground, and investors are yet to be convinced it can successfully engineer its shift in focus. Riding high at 25p four years ago, the company's stock price nosedived to just over 1p as its Caucasian venture foundered. The price rallied somewhat last year as the company made efforts to reinvent itself, entering 2021 at 4.6p. But after the mixed news from Eclipse it was back down to 1.65p at the time of writing. Earlier this week Empire's directors tried to shore up confidence – and perhaps quash rumours of a further placing – by increasing their stake.Current and prospective Empire investors understandably want results sooner rather than later in Australia after several frustrating years. Empire must demonstrate it has a convincing and affordable plan if it is going to have an opportunity to realise Eclipse's potential. But if it can forward a plausible programme a case can still be made that the company may come good. It has taken action to extricate itself from its Georgian difficulties, staking out a new position in one of the world's most prospective gold regions. It is embarking on initial drilling at Central Menzies later this month. Eclipse still looks good on paper. And at some point there may be a positive update regarding the Munni Munni prospect. There are a lot of 'ifs'. But with its share price once again at rock bottom Empire may still be one to watch if it can find a way of taking advantage of at least one of the several new opportunities it has given itself by undertaking the difficult process of change.Managing Director Shaun Bunn joins us for a podcast interview to expand further in "The New Empire – Part II" later this week...
tibszol1: Watched Shaun Day Q&A yesterday, same old, same old re-hash, with reference to latest corporate presentation available on the Greatland website. We have been told ad infinitum, that Havieron is a world class tier1 asset, I believe SD, but I regret that I will need to be very, very, very patient before this translates into high share price, unless of course there is a spectacular new discovery at Scallywag or at the Juri JV. Those of us familiar with the Lassonde curve can see that we are now in the final up-curve of the graph leading to production, where there is a slow and gradual rise in the share price as the mine nears production of the first ore. In the case of Havieron, this is slated to take two years from this point, I only hope that Newcrest gets a shift on with the decline, which I am sure they are keen to do, Telfer urgently needs Havieron high grade ore,Newcrest might be able to push on and get to that point in eighteen months time. I will be interested to see what Greatlands share price is at that time, I will be very patient and hold on till then, I am confident my patience will be well rewarded.
clickbait: The market Makers think the small PI's are stupid. They have dropped the share price below the price the big institutions have paid. GGP is now being controlled and manipulated by the dark pool. They dont care if the share price bombs. They are the ones waiting for the big orders to be filled. Ggp without checking for a few days has an MCAP of about £700 million. 4 billion shares. Any major could make an offer double that as a takeover without breaking a sweat. Havieron is NCM's golden goose in Australia and everyone knows it and everyone wants a piece of the action at the lowest entry point possible. The MM's are preying on the weak. When this baby fly's it will soar...
clickbait: I have bought and sold these shares from below 2p all the way up to 28p and back down again. I have hundreds of thousands of these beauties in my ISA and about 10% in my trading account as my ISA is maxed out. I read and research GGP not so much lately as I know what the company is all about. I follow a few posters and watch any interviews but I do not take anything at face value. This is AIM after all... Is the share price being suppressed? INMO. Absolutely. Am I concerned. Not at all. Why? Because I have stopped trading GGP and am patiently waiting for the bigger picture. Lots of talk about NCM buying out GGP? Why. They have 70% of Havieron for £65 million. They have a further option to purchase an additional 5% at fair market value. What is the fair market value? We will be the last to know but it will be at least another 6 months until we get an idea as there's still no stopping to the drilling hitting exceptional targets each and everytime. If you can afford to hold onto your shares or keep adding as I am able to do then great. Fair play to you. Hold for gold and ignore the noise. There are a lot of jealous other investors out there that have been burnt in the AIM casino that can't stand to see others doing well... A lot of them are trapped in other penny shares which are heavily under hoping that they can break even and invest here. They believe that they can deramp GGP on these bb's and get the share price lower. The MM'S are always 1 step ahead. They know that COVID-19 has hit the poor working man hard and are snapping up cheap shares to fill big orders. As the old saying goes. The rich get richer. The poor get poorer. Sadly it's TRUE. Especially here. To the derampers. Bless them not curse them. I have had a few humdingers over the years. Still got at least 1 in the portfolio that makes me feel done over. It starts with a bid and ends in a stack.... Here's hoping. Good luck all... Really looking forward to the news rich period ahead. The only share I look forward to an RNS even though I know the MM'S will play it down to fill big orders is GREATLAND GOLD...
mikedon1946: I think to get to the 1.2 billion share the price would have to rise considerably, most likely past the price from late 2020. Most shares held be nominees as are mine and most PI's in ISA's SIPP's and in general trading account. Most of us IMO are sitting on these shares expecting the shares to rise considerably during the next few years, so are not available but never say never. I personally cannot see the possibility of a offer under 38p, the problem for anyone that wants GGP is that NCM, have a massive interest in the company via the JV's, they can buy GGP if they want to BUT why bother if GGP will give them first choice of any finds especially in WA. As things stand at present NCM have had the chance to take a holding at these prices in GGP, but if they have the amount is under the notifiable amount/%. A more like event than takeover may be for GGP to see Havieron at a premium leaving the rest of the company to carryon as explorers, but I see GGP being left to carry on with a great partner NCM.
zooman: I hope SD can produce the required results rather than talking things up. This is a great story but the share price has dived since the announcement of GH stepping down and the Scallywag drilling update. Since then NCM has consistently provided good updates. Can someone post a good reason for me to consider other than that SD job is to sell us at a cheap price. I don't really believe that to be the case but it kind of feels like it.Please don't think I'm de-ramping the share because that's not my intention but I would like to see something from the other projects in order to place some meat on the share price bones. Granted MCN are cracking on great guns but our share price is still sliding. Zoo
mrpiggy: I'm not sure that yesterday's share price low is the bottom but I'd be very surprised if it dropped much more!There seems to be orchestrated shorting going on as soon as the share price recovers which has been going on for days, maybe to fill a big buy order at a lower price... who knows?I feel when the bounce comes the share price will recover swiftly but at the moment the buying always seems to run out of steam as soon as the share price goes blue. I'll take advantage of any further weakness on Monday IF it happens but I'll be shocked if we fall much further. Superb buying opportunity at these levels!
tyranosaurus: GGP share price hits a 6 month low.
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.
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