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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.80 6.86% 90.30 366,661 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
88.60 92.00 92.00 86.80 86.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 77.68 27.29 11.63 7.5 158
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:25:15 O 21,761 91.85 GBX

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Posted at 29/1/2023 08:20 by Griffin Mining Daily Update
Griffin Mining Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GFM. The last closing price for Griffin Mining was 84.50p.
Griffin Mining Limited has a 4 week average price of 71p and a 12 week average price of 64p.
The 1 year high share price is 121p while the 1 year low share price is currently 64p.
There are currently 174,642,894 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 70,138 shares. The market capitalisation of Griffin Mining Limited is £157,702,533.28.
Posted at 27/1/2023 20:45 by arphillips
Mr. B - I was expecting the share price to at best flatline myself for at least the first months of the year and an uplift coming on back of hopefully a strong first quarter's production figures. However, the excellent production figures for the last few weeks of the financial shows the potential for 2023 being an exceptional year providing of course production remains uninterrupted and this appears to have attracted some continued buying interest. Hopefully with strong commodity prices this will be sustained until we have the next update. I know from watching the share price over a number of years that when sentiment changes here the price moves quickly on relatively low buying/selling volumes.

Alan - I hope you have kept faith with your ALTN shares as they've bounced back very strongly this year due to the strong gold price.

Posted at 26/1/2023 12:59 by zooman
Alan this is a good read by Positivevbes on LSE regarding MATD..Zoo.Velociraptor, LP, DQE & Fully Funded!Today 12:46.Many of us are comfortably holding and not really that concerned about daily price moves.News could come any day now and likely will.The Land Permit is obviously the big one. Both MB and the Ambassador have confirmed the GoM are on board and want to get it done.The Mining Minister has confirmed the same and Jimi's news link yesterday emphasises that, threatening legal action for anyone obstructing such processes.The GoM have put in place a framework where dissent or interference by parties such as the eco protestor, will be clamped down on.Remember, we have the proven oil asset which mitigates risk going forward and with its inherent massive impact on the share price once released.Talk of a Placing to fully develop the multiple wells on Heron and as an impediment to investing at this stage is naive.Quite apart from the very real likelihood of DQE partnering the LP would massively & immediately re-rate the share price The company commences its move into a revenue generation stage so forget any mkt cap / share price even close to the current.As it is MATD are fully funded for near term operational activities and a very comfortable cash position covering working capital requirements.Beyond the LP we have the fully funded fully permitted Velociraptor drill fast approaching which should focus shareholder interest & share price buoyancy.Apart from all that we have the current round of highly prospective licences to be announced imminently and regardless of the GoM specific date for that having slipped. I don't think a week or two in GoM scheduling is a big deal. It's just the way it is.The few riff raff who operate on these BBs isn't surprising. They're usually ill informed individuals relying o personal attacks and meaningless one liners.I prefer to focus on the multiple news releases we can expect & the solid asset we have mitigating any risk.The phenomenal upside is worth any wait now & why I don't feel any need to post.Only a fool would be out of MATD at this highly important moment imho but many of the nay sayers know that and have their own agendas I'm sure ;)Land Permit, Velociraptor, DQE, New Licenses & Fully Funded etc just as the header states
Posted at 25/1/2023 18:18 by millwallfan
Having watched the recent intraday share price it seems there is some downward pressure from early till fairly late then a recovery back close to or just above the starting price. Unlikely to be mm manipulation so hopefully perhaps demonstrates there are buyers prepared to soak up any weakness. Low to mid 80s seems to have a bit of support since the latest figures but we need some sustained increased production and current poz and pog prices to give us a decent H1 report in July and another leg up back towards £1. All IMHO
Posted at 24/1/2023 12:40 by alangriffbang
amt I am still not taken with bango it’s been giving upbeat RNS for ages now and although the share price has risen like boku it seems to have stalled now, no doubt S,T, will give a glowing report as he always does and then it treads water, I agree with you about cyan I’ve got five million shares in it with a break even price of 30p so I’m not crowing yet ,good luck with your investments ,
Posted at 20/1/2023 08:14 by amt
On the surface GFM looks a relatively low risk buy but the share price doesn't seem to go anywhere.
I can't find anything worth buying at the moment. I still think Bango is great value but I have such a large holding I can't sensibly buy more. Same with Zoo digital and Sce which have fallen back a bit recently. Seem to be a lot of profit warnings about at the moment. The mining shares like GGP PXC CORA EML have only partly recovered huge falls. I wonder if GUN is worth buying after it's huge fall from when it was being tipped a lot.

Posted at 13/1/2023 18:03 by millwallfan
Alan and katsy. As always there are too many variables and future unknowns for anyone to make accurate predictions of the GFM share price. However, just assuming a few fundamentals hold steady , I.e. for 2023 production around 1.3 mt , average zinc price broadly stable around current levels then I have been a fairly lone voice in suggesting we will see a return to £1.50 or potentially even exceeding historical highs. This belief is based on projecting todays RNS however I acknowledge we are operating in China
Posted at 06/1/2023 19:31 by sageman
I am up on Matad and only investing profits on GFM.I am currently caught up on COPL having bought high, averaged down only for the share price to fall further. Trading is normally the only way to make money unless you luck out with the 20x multi bagger. I still believe that COPL could be that elusive share but who knows. In the meantime here hoping that GFM has a good year.
Posted at 14/12/2022 12:22 by keepingafloat1
Beany5
I am sceptical about your optimism for the 2022 accounts. In the half year accounts there was a much higher stock level than I have seen in the 16 years I have held GFM shares and after the half year end the POZ dropped. I wonder whether that high stock level was due to low demand. Logically, the impact on the HY accounts of higher stock will not only be lower revenue but also lower reported cost of sales. Presumably, that stock will have subsequently been sold at a lower margin and will result in year end cost of sales being a higher proportion of revenue.
However, this observation has no bearing on the prospects for 2023. Hopefully, a full year’s production, an improving POZ, approval to proceed with zone 2 and a return to GDP growth in China will combine to generate much higher profits for GFM. I am also hopeful that the negative view of China will start to abate. I have already noticed an improvement in the Hang Seng index and my holding in an Asian IT. When this will translate to a higher price for GFM is uncertain. I do not think my optimism for a doubling of the current GFM price is misplaced.

Posted at 27/11/2022 22:07 by zooman
"THE" if you're for real which is doubted. You're 77 years old acting like an adolescent child whilst what's left of your life slips by. Is your life so boring, or are you in a care home Rose?.Think about it "THE" aka Rose? In the last 16 months you've lost hundreds of thousands in lost profit recently you boasted of not selling 300,000 GFM bought at 28p having failed to sell at 168p. Your boasts have destroyed any credibility that you may have had. .Looks like what is happening in China is only going to push the GFM share price down and you can't see it. .You're a silly old fool or a liar.......
Posted at 20/11/2022 19:40 by keepingafloat1
Now that the inevitable mid-term loss of the House by the Democrats has been confirmed, we should be able to look forward to the end of the US bear market if, indeed, it has not already occurred. US Markets may continue to focus on inflation and interest rates in the immediate future but, despite some predictions of much higher increases than the Fed has already mapped out, I doubt the ultimate interest peak will vary much from what the Fed has already predicted. Consequently, an equity bounce back should happen soon. Exactly when is unclear, but by the end of 2023, I hope to see the S&P around 4,500. Commodities should follow in the wake of equities.
Thinking positively, If CFOs have done a decent job of provisioning in unaudited third quarter figures, US FY results should provide some good news and fewer shocks. With less bad news to come, the frequent post mid-term election recovery should occur, as the corporate sector becomes uninhibited by new legislation. However, due to the Russian war in Ukraine, the UK and Europe will probably be several months behind the USA trend. Nevertheless, gains should still occur sometime during the next year.
As far as China and GFM are concerned, I think the market is being over pessimistic. Xi’s demand for more Party control seems aimed mainly at individuals and the communications sector. Economic growth remains important to China especially as a means of achieving public control. The country’s planned 4% p.a. growth is significant. (In absolute terms 4% growth will be comparable to the larger percentage growth which occurred in past years when the economy was smaller.) At the G19 meeting there seemed to be a thaw in the political atmosphere. Eventually, this should be reflected in improved sentiment in financial markets. It should be remembered that GFM has been subject to Party constraints for many years and has survived. I am not as optimistic on the GFM price as some posters but a near doubling of the current price within 18 months does not seem unrealistic.

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