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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Highland Gold Mining LSE:HGM London Ordinary Share GB0032360173 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.00p +1.30% 155.60p 155.90p 156.20p 157.60p 151.00p 151.00p 926,589 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 234.5 74.3 14.9 10.0 504.14

Highland Gold Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2019
10:26
Yes, this happens a lot- same with my online brokers. Not sure why, maybe it's because it's a low volume stock (relative). It used to be bad for the first 20mins post opening, now it sometimes be bad for an hour or a bit more. Fingers crossed for today, gold down but ftse up so ftse holding us.
stevedaytrader
18/1/2019
08:49
What is wrong with the way this stock is priced in the first few hours. Even with low or no trade it should be quoted at the real bid and offer prices
borisjohnsonshair
16/1/2019
10:39
Interesting, good for us with future capability outlined already, plus less supply increase price as uncertain world should mean demand doesn’t drop
stevedaytrader
15/1/2019
20:39
Apparently gold production is plunging.... Is that why barrick merged with Randgold, and Newmont / GoldCorp announced? Large mining companies have been cutting their exploration budgets for years. By the end of 2016, exploration budgets hit an 11-year low. Part of the reason for the decline in exploration has been the stagnant gold price and general, investor disinterest toward the gold mining sector. If you look at a chart of the Gold Miners ETF (GDX), the price hasn’t gone anywhere for five years. "Yet Another Major Reason To Buy Gold" For almost a year now, I’ve been advising you that gold production is plunging... hTTps://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-14/yet-another-major-reason-buy-gold
wbecki
14/1/2019
08:02
Fingers crossed PODGYTED :-)
stevedaytrader
14/1/2019
07:16
Pretty good news.
podgyted
13/1/2019
12:26
You'll be right one day
borisjohnsonshair
11/1/2019
06:35
USA indices up again yesterday along with UK and asia following today so far and gold up- should get a rise today here :-), fingers crossed as always
stevedaytrader
10/1/2019
11:42
ah. To be clear about what's going on we'd need percentages from July 2017 or the total from Jan 2018. But I'd guess the total gold holding has risen and there's been a shuffling of foreign currency holdings out of the US$, Can$ and £ and into the Euro Yuan and Yen. non-Yuan currency holdings fell from 79.9% to 68.6% non-Asian currency holdings fell from 79.9% to 64.1% so the urge to add to Yen and Yuan is a bit stronger than the urge to divest of Western currencies, and the effect has been a slight dip in gold as a %age of the total. It makes sense if they're setting up non-dollar arrangements with the Chinese. Where do you get the figures from? It's something I'd like to keep a regular eye on.
finkwot
10/1/2019
10:25
Does it give total figures for the holdings, or just percentages?
finkwot
10/1/2019
10:01
Just for information: When the Central Bank of Russia sold down it's US Treasury holdings, the media reported that this money was going into to buying gold whereas I posted that it was going to buy Chinese Yuan. The CBR report that came out today, which is issued with a six-month time lag, confirms that this money went into buying Chinese Yuan and Japanese Yen while the percentage held in Gold has actually fallen. CBR Foreign Reserves: ..........01 Jan 2018...30 June 2018 US$....... 45.8%............21.9% Euro.......21.7%............32.0% Gold.......17.1%............16.7% GBP ........8.3%.............6.3% Can$........3.1%.............2.9% Yuan........2.8%............14.7% Aust$.......1.0%.............1.0% Yen.........0.0%.............4.5%
loganair
10/1/2019
09:44
unusual to see a pro-Brexit Pole
finkwot
09/1/2019
20:23
Stop projecting your halfwittery Finkwot.
wbecki
09/1/2019
18:31
It's true Brexiters woes don't come from Brexit - they come from being thick. :-)
finkwot
09/1/2019
16:45
The whirlwind that is coming is going to make "gold" a great place to be invested imo.
wbecki
09/1/2019
16:35
ok- let’s agree to disagree i shouldn’t have been goaded back into a brexit discussion, so won’t continue to comment further on this one.
stevedaytrader
09/1/2019
16:20
"On Brexit, it's a bad decision for us as a country for so many reasons" Why is it? Even worse to bein a political construct intent on closer and closer union, to the detriment of freedom / nation state independence(See Merkels comments) that looks as if it is going to implode under the weight of its many contradictions. Still the global debt bubble burst will make Breixt irrelvant.
wbecki
09/1/2019
15:55
Hehe- I love this volatility, perfect- you clearly ignored my tip :-). CEY results OK. Awaiting news here on HGM- expect a rise up until news out. On Brexit, it's a bad decision for us as a country for so many reasons, and hasn't happened yet and doesn't and won't stop me making money... in every situation, opportunities exist, you just have to adjust accordingly.
stevedaytrader
09/1/2019
15:44
Surprised your buying anything Steve seeing as you so scared of the effects of Brexit.
le0nard
09/1/2019
15:00
Hope some of you picked up on the TedBaker tip, 20% in a day not too dusty :-).
stevedaytrader
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