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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Griffin Mining Limited LSE:GFM London Ordinary Share BMG319201049 ORD $0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.25 1.22% 104.00 102.00 104.00 103.00 102.00 103.00 582,196 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 77.7 27.3 11.6 9.8 182

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22/2/2021
10:58
I don't think I can post it here, copyright etc but i read a great article the other day that suggested the National debt isn't as bad as we think. It chimed for me. the debt it issued to the BoE, so we still own the debt. Debt is rolling off. the BoE has made money on the debt it has bought, as rates have gone down, the "assett" they own has gone up in value. You couldn't make it up! But some truth to it. I don't know the numbers but I can see the logic. That said, more tax is coming, ,mostly to the rich, and probably studiously not regressive taxes, Osborne wasn't shy of taxing "his own", who else will they vote for? I think we'll see more of the same... GLA. Some great comments and thoughts recently. JPP
jppp
22/2/2021
10:55
Can't give advice. If we could we don't know enough of your personal situation. GFM seems to be worth up to 4 times what it was worth on Christmas Eve - no new licence, no resources upgrade, no increase in purchases by big holders etc. The zinc price is rapidly rising and is at a level that should enable GFM to make big profits. I believe the price could easily be 380p discounted a little bit by the risk of being a company in China. DYOR
beany5
22/2/2021
10:54
Sage, the government will need to be very careful with what they do for various reasons. A lot of people voted for them from the Labour camp because of Brexit. They have a new leader, again people voted away because of Corbyn. The way the government has handled Covid has not been to everyone's liking. I appreciate they have to recover money but to hit back hard with a heavy Budget may make them unelectable and they won't want that. I can see the likes of self employed NI going up, general taxation retirement age put up again in fact a whole host of things. Again though they will be aware that if they hit to hard and people need to claim benefit it will be self defeating.The one thing they will want is to win the next election again. IMHOZoo
zooman
22/2/2021
10:53
Not bleeding hearts for me just pure pragmatism. I want my family to be safe and if that means giving a little bit extra to fund a pandemic then it’s a price worth paying. The people who benefit most from peace and civil order are the wealthy ( check it out for yourself). So paying a little extra to preserve that peace an order is money well spent. It is just a question of balance.
sageman
22/2/2021
10:50
So should I double down. Do you have a list of other Companies impacted. Bango for example?
amt
22/2/2021
10:15
IG index have listed 1,000 stocks they will no longer be offering s/bets on. Griffin is one of them. As of this morning GFM has gone to Closing Only. anyone with a bet position in GFM will have to have 100% margin in place by Wednesday else, they will be closed out. Many retail punter favourites are getting clobbered today as a result. Once this forced selling is completed on Wednesday, I'd suggest this will snap back rapidly
mattjos
22/2/2021
10:10
Is the weakness all down to the warrant holder
katsy
22/2/2021
10:08
no your not RBAN, I joined that club a long time ago Not recommended and certainly an eye opener to life how times have changed :-)))
ntv
22/2/2021
10:07
The size of the fall here is completely out of sync with all the recent positive updates and the POZ continuing to strengthen. Surely this is just a temporary blip. It was a pleasure to read such interesting and friendly posts over the weekend. Long may it continue.
arphillips
22/2/2021
09:54
Before the bleeding hearts weigh in, I imagine I am the only person on the forum who has ever actually been homeless. I was even made homeless once by a government program.
rose_by_another_name
22/2/2021
09:44
That's a reversal of the meaning of "parasite". The VAT on a Hermes handbag is more tax than a "poor" person pays in a year.
rose_by_another_name
22/2/2021
09:30
Rose I believe that wealth taxes have been tried in other countries and are always abandoned. I dislike the idea but can see few other ways to fund Covid. I would be personally impacted but actually my portfolio goes up and down by sometimes 5% in a week so would 1% matter. We now have just under 500,000 adults classed as destitute = single person living on less than £70 per week or couple less than £100 per week. People with no money can get desperate. It is a recipe for social unrest and all that goes with it. A quick look at history shows that when the poor get desperate the rich lose their heads so social inequality should be a concern for us all. The rich must be seen to be helping rather than being parasites. It is all about perception.
sageman
22/2/2021
09:16
Very true Rose. On it's introduction, IHT was billed as a levy on the super rich only. Now it penalises everyone who owns their own home.
theapiarist
22/2/2021
09:03
Corporation tax is more double taxation. They tax the company profits when they arise, then tax them again when people get their dividends. Raising CGT will lose any benefit Brexit brought and drive companies abroad.
rose_by_another_name
22/2/2021
08:44
A "one-off" wealth tax wouldn't remain one-off and it wouldn't stay at 1%. No temporary tax has ever been abandoned. Income tax started out at a quarter percent, I believe. Between that and VAT, they tax the same money twice, then have another go at it when you die.
rose_by_another_name
21/2/2021
21:48
zoo depends on how the MMs behave, they to can be relentless, let’s hope Boris gives us a bit of freedom, even if it’s outside only, roll on tomorrow,
alangriffbang
21/2/2021
21:28
Alan very true, the bashing on GGP was relentless? I lost count of how many I put on ignore.I wonder with the POZ going up etc if we will end the week near the 200p mark. Would be nice.Zoo
zooman
21/2/2021
21:15
TheApiarist I was in at the beginning and like zoo made a lot of money ,I remember getting the first dividend ,unfortunately I didn’t sell at £1 60, but still made money , I bought back in again but not at the bottom we had to wait so long for the second licence at times I didn’t think it would happen at all, I’m settled once again for the long term and as long as zinc rises so will the share, good luck,
alangriffbang
21/2/2021
19:32
MWF. I have followed GFM since about 2008 but bought my holding in 2013. So no 3p stock for me. I never registered on iii. Was happy to lurk in those days but a bit more time on my hands now.
theapiarist
21/2/2021
18:21
Alan, I have done the same as you. Also looking to see how much the POZ effects the price tomorrow.Have you also noticed the reduction of the basher posters on GGP? Would be nice to see the share price lifting again. Zoo
zooman
21/2/2021
18:15
Maybe CD may return which would be rather nice. Come on Neville :-)Zoo
zooman
21/2/2021
17:45
TheA. I recall an exchange of best wishes with PR when he disclosed he was unwell and assumed he had passed when he stopped all Comm’s. Wow yes turkeyminder and MrT - didn’t realise TM emigrated. Was you on the ii board in those long lost days as I don’t recall. Chinese dragon was one of the most prominent members who held LOTS of GFM and if I recall correctly it started when he met the FD in a pub who gave him the tip 😂 CD and I still engage via private e mail.
millwallfan
21/2/2021
17:18
MWF. Yes Philip Reid made the occasional foray back to the UK but somehow gave the impression that he was more comfortable in China. He was receiving treatment for some serious condition but I don't recall what. His silence would suggest he died some time ago. The other expat was Turkey Minder who emigrated to New Zealand. He was a retired medic and unfailingly polite and measured in his comments. The only time his feathers got ruffled was when Mr T took him on over his reporting of an AGM. Mind you it wasn't hard to fall out with that individual!
theapiarist
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