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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Harvest Minerals Limited LSE:HMI London Ordinary Share AU000XINEAB4 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.65 88,577 08:00:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.50 2.80 2.735 2.62 2.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.44 -0.91 -0.49 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:35:51 O 15,000 2.64 GBX

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18/1/2021
08:20
Harvest Minerals Daily Update: Harvest Minerals Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HMI. The last closing price for Harvest Minerals was 2.65p.
Harvest Minerals Limited has a 4 week average price of 2.20p and a 12 week average price of 2.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.83p.
There are currently 185,835,884 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 813,883 shares. The market capitalisation of Harvest Minerals Limited is £4,924,650.93.
14/1/2021
14:33
luckyjoe999: Brazil is generally a difficult place to conduct business, additionally, present government mismanagement, corruption, and corporate restrictions along with significant COVID-19 country effects all do not help here at all. Now as for the inefficient, high cost, and very poorly managed HMI, unfortunately as mentioned, no respite for the share price here which is going to go to sub 2p later this quarter and again see all time lows, liquidity (or lack of) and management inefficiency are all going to help further drive this minute MC of a company into the ground, DYOR, and get out while you still can, IMOO.
14/1/2021
11:06
varies: I bought a small holding in March 2017 at 13.4p and sold half of these at a 40% profit in April 2018 and have taken little interest in HMI since. There are obviously many difficulties in Brazil and the affliction of a new mutant of Covid19 can only make matters worse. The report for the 6 months to 30 June 2020 warned us that HMI could not estimate the effects of Covid on its operations or its liquidity. Even so I believe we have reached a point where the chances of a good recovery in 6 months time outweigh the risk of HMI going under. HMI incurred trading losses of about $2 million in the first 6 months of 2020 and FX losses of about $2m too. It still held current assets of $6m which should cover the cash burn for 18 months. So, fingers crossed, I am dipping my toe in the water again.
12/1/2021
06:47
luckyjoe999: Unfortunately HMI is going to go back to below 2p in coming weeks, company feeding only the inefficient expenses and salaries of the executives here, absolutely nothing of interest or potential (apart from more negatives) to remain invested any longer IMHO, so over and out!
11/1/2021
10:12
roguetreader: To put my cards on the table, I'm still bullish on HMI for the long term, the results of the tests appear to be going well and the increase in the Storage Facility is good progress. I do want to see the numbers for the year, as it has been a tough year for all companies apart from the few who have actually benefited from Covid, so interesting to see whether BM's claims for 2020 breakeven materialise. I do think BM takes too much out of the company in the way of fees at this early stage of its lifecycle (he is no Ross Beaty). Overall still positive, where I'm sure others will have very different opinions, but hey-ho everyone is entitled to one :). RT
10/1/2021
14:34
luckyjoe999: HMI structure is simply too expensive for it’s current meaningless revenue and insignificant valuation with no evidence here to support case for a better managed/more improved future in Brazil’s problematic environment, share price here IMO is likely to drift lower possibly visiting all time lows this year, and a placing is also not out of question.
06/1/2021
04:01
ypymytyc: The only reason HMI have completed sugar cane tests is to justify the Maxie mine classification as a phosphate mine - it's cheaper in terms of CFEM! Why test on sugar cane ratoons when phospate is normally only applied during planting, after that, the main fertilisers that farmers apply is firstly nitrogen then potash - not phosphate! YP
05/1/2021
20:25
whl2: There's a big difference between "are proving" and "will prove" Are proving should be backed up by growing sales, and I don't just mean an extra 2-3000 tons. Only large growth in sales will get this up I'm afraid,the market has seen too many false starts by the company hence the current share price.
03/1/2021
13:59
andy: I wonder if 2021 will be the year HMI will finally produce some decent revenue? I'm amazed there haven't been more comments about the level of remuneration in the accounts for a company that has disappointed so much over the years.
03/1/2021
08:52
burtond1: 12 Companies to follow in 2021Here, we have carefully selected a dozen companies all of which should be worth following over the next 12 months...Companies covered include : #ADAM #DKL #ESC #GILD #HMI #HE1 #MODE #OTMP #ORPH #PNPL #POW #VRShttps://total-market-solutions.com/2021/01/12-companies-to-follow-in-2021/
02/11/2020
09:20
ypymytyc: You do have to wonder if Agrocerrado bought the dust under a contract but could not sell it, it's Agrocerrados dust so could not be sold by HMI. Consequently, the dust was moved to one end of the ROM for storage. That would explain why they landscaped a lorry turning pad when all they had to do was process the dust on the ROM to create a turning space? Since the alledged court ruling HMI could be processing the dust, selling it on behalf of Agro.... and reducing their debt? All a bit of a wild guess, but since there's absolutely no available records of the court ruling at TJMG portal, who knows? YP
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