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
  0.00 0.00% 86.00 7,702 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
85.00 87.00 86.00 86.00 86.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 77.68 27.29 11.63 7.2 149
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:53:12 O 3,250 85.04 GBX

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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 86p.
Griffin Mining Limited has a 4 week average price of 85.50p and a 12 week average price of 81.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 146.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 81.50p.
There are currently 172,748,728 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 48,902 shares. The market capitalisation of Griffin Mining Limited is £148,563,906.08.
sageman: GFM are cash generative and do not need money from investors. In contrast many other AIM companies pump loads of information out to entice only to dump and dump shares into the market which inevitably depresses the price. Thus GFM typically just say what they need to and let the numbers do the talking. I must confess that I prefer the GFM method to those that flatter to deceive albeit the communication is poor even allowing for this. I am glad that support has held. The BOD hold lots of shares so I see no reason for them to deliberately hold down the share price. Volumes remain very thin suggesting that there are few tradeable shares. Lastly when I spoke to Roger he said that our JV partner is the one now doing most of the fronting for the licence.
up just a little bit: Alan, Despite all the bickering on this BB the last few weeks what is there to get a return from? Zoo yes I see your stance and have said that many times. I do believe that the 3.5p brigade did very well indeed so that leaves the rest. At this price there may be more to come but lets face it the licence may or may not arrive. It could take another month or even a year or two. So what have we got apart from the rise and fall of the price of Zinc that strangely enough the GFM share price does not appear to react to like other miners. So despite all this I still like GFM however they could do everyone a favour including themselves by declaring a dividend. If they wanted to sell the company it could raise the base price from where the initial offer might start. Still I see Zoo's point, however there are not a lot of traders here. Regards to all
millwallfan: Zinc at 6 month high and stocks at lowest ever. Time for gfm share price to reverse its usual inverse relationship to these driving factors. A continuation of those curves plus Reasonable results in April and, if zoo is right about the licence issues finalisation then perhaps just perhaps.........
kenmitch: Nonsense posted here about dividends. There are plenty of shares, including miners, that don’t pay dividends and have seen their share prices soar. Including some of the most successful on AIM like BOO HOO. KAZ Minerals share price was around £10 when they started dividends again after several years without. The share price didn’t rise. It fell heavily on the day of the dividend news and went on to fall 50%. What will move the GFM share price is not a DIVI but licence approval at long last,along with far more information than they are providing at present.
rose_by_another_name: If the zinc price goes up significantly then Griffin's share price should indeed follow, but as we have seen, the zinc price can also fall. No one can do anything about it either way, or even reliably predict it. Arguing for a rise in the price of zinc is not a strategy. Similarly, the grant of the licence is not in the control of the company. Some expectation of it being granted, eventually, is baked into the share price already, but it should still rise sharply when the grant comes through. If the unexpected happens and the grant is denied there would be a fall. Probably won't happen, but again, nothing we or the board can do but wait. The delay has been lengthy. Will it be interminable? Both of these factors will have their effect on the share price regardless of anything that the board does or does not do. However, there is one thing the board can do that will have a positive effect on the share price quite independently from those factors they don't control. Now would be a good time to do it. I don't accept that "I don't care" is a valid argument against doing it. Does anyone wish to put a better argument?
vesna09: Last Sept GFM share price was 65p.The shareholders have had a rollercoaster of a ride.I have stopped trading in GFM shares. I’m offered a lousy price by the market maker.
kenmitch: Up just a little bit. Of course not! I love dividend paying shares and have a lot in my portfolio. AS for buybacks there is detailed research on them (e.g from Morgan Stanley) that shows they are often (but not always) ineffective. Often their share prices go on to do worse than others in their sector that did not buy back. The key mistake made by many companies is to ignore the share price when they buy back. Buybacks are likely to be most effective when the Company thinks the share price is too cheap. But many companies buyback when markets and their own share prices are very high. e.g right now US companies are buying back like never before thanks to Trump tax policy. They are spending over $! TRILLION on them this year with APPLE alone spending £100 BILLION. And this with US market at record highs. The last time US companies bought back so much was in 2007 just ahead of the big market crash in 2008. It all needs far more consideration of the FACTS and then the plus and minus case instead of the assumption here that a dividend and or a buyback is what is needed to get the share price up. i.e start widening your research and knowledge beyond a poor quality bulletin board.
bunlop: GFM share price on the move up again. However reported volume so far at 131438 is very low. Zinc also making new highs.
bunlop: Zinc price on a run up. GFM share price is starting to move up today. Hope it is not more MM games.
happywanderer: Can anybody tell me where I can find or how to produce an overlay of GFM share price on Zinc price.
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