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GFM Griffin Mining Limited

140.00
-0.50 (-0.36%)
Last Updated: 09:34:11
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -0.50 -0.36% 140.00 139.00 140.00 140.00 138.00 140.00 48,935 09:34:11
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec 94.4M 7.7M 0.0400 35.00 269.96M
Griffin Mining Limited is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GFM. The last closing price for Griffin Mining was 140.50p. Over the last year, Griffin Mining shares have traded in a share price range of 76.00p to 143.00p.

Griffin Mining currently has 192,828,420 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Griffin Mining is £269.96 million. Griffin Mining has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 35.00.

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26/2/2024
13:28
That is the reason for the ! At the end of my post. However, if we did see some decent volume through the main market it would make a difference. The share price has risen since buybacks despite poor geopolitics and a weak zinc price.
sageman
26/2/2024
12:59
It's all about transferring our cash to the directors who want to cash out.
katsy
26/2/2024
12:55
Latest buyback = 10m shares over 6 months = circa 80,000 per day. Given the lack of volume here that should be impactful. But I wonder how many will go through the open market?!
sageman
26/2/2024
11:57
Arh right on queue. So transparent

Hmm I see the directors want more of our money, no doubt all those free shares awarded to themselves will be exchanged with our cash disguised as a share buy back. Remember the share count has increased by 10m since they first started the buy back programs.

katsy
26/2/2024
09:24
I've always said when his fantasy provides so called tips you do the opposite. If you take a look it actually works.
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26/2/2024
09:02
Sleep it off, alan.
rose_by_another_name
26/2/2024
08:51
yawn you are so boring ,rose have you finished your little book of fantasies part four ,
alangriffbang
26/2/2024
08:19
Losses on SHG?!
theapiarist
26/2/2024
08:02
Or he could make detailed intelligent comments about company
policy in a forum dedicated to just that, whether he holds any
shares or not.

rose_by_another_name
26/2/2024
07:56
The loser who missed 168 appears.
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26/2/2024
07:55
Yawn, if you don't like it sell up and go away. You won't be missed, then you can be a bore on SHG moaning about your losses there.
zooman
25/2/2024
21:45
The latest buyback scheme started on 12th Sept and ended on Friday.

A quick summary:-

Duration: 5 months
Total shares purchased: 472,016
Average buyback/working day: 4330 (£4,000)
Total price paid: £436,066
% of capitalisation: 0.22%

Meanwhile shares purchased from Roger: 1,350,000
Shares purchased from Richard Griffiths: 7,423,628
Shares purchased from Andrew Goffe: 112,500

It could be argued that at 88p, the company got a good deal and had these three individuals placed their stock on the open market the share price would have suffered.

Alternatively, it could be argued that had they distributed the 4.6% that the above purchases represent, in the form of a dividend, the share price might very well require no support.

There are no prizes for guessing which of the above two propositions I favour.

theapiarist
24/2/2024
09:12
He's such a fool. Soooo angry. Still missing the highs has left him bitter and a failure. Just like his "internet friend " who lied about ADVFN.
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24/2/2024
08:19
Still beating that tired old drum, Zoo.

Now that IS funny.

Not to mention a little sad.

theapiarist
23/2/2024
21:54
Indeed, zoo is clueless that's why he needs a financial advisor. After all he missed 168.
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23/2/2024
21:18
"Zoo is clueless and most know that. Well most do. :-))"
theapiarist
23/2/2024
21:03
Either way doesn't bode well for people looking to invest. China is corrupt and most know that. Well most do. :-))
zooman
23/2/2024
19:19
Yes, Rose. They are a bit slapdash in their news releases.

Do we have any further knowledge as to what Mr Jin is allegedly supposed to have done?

theapiarist
23/2/2024
17:37
"Furthermore, a Termination Agreement has been executed by
all relevant parties ending any involvement by Mr Jin in any
manner or form with HHA, effective the 7th January 2023."

Backdated over a year? Or just another mistake?

rose_by_another_name
22/2/2024
21:53
Alan is also telling lies on the SHG board.
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22/2/2024
21:52
Alan may also benefit from an eye test as there are many ticks for posters. Yawn
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