Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Horizonte Minerals Plc LSE:HZM London Ordinary Share GB00B11DNM70 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -0.41% 6.025 3,790,057 16:23:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.00 6.05 6.05 6.025 6.05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -2.39 -0.16 229
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:52 O 39,975 6.015 GBX

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Horizonte Minerals Daily Update: Horizonte Minerals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HZM. The last closing price for Horizonte Minerals was 6.05p.
Horizonte Minerals Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.03p and a 12 week average price of 5.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 10.05p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.85p.
There are currently 3,802,365,590 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,380,781 shares. The market capitalisation of Horizonte Minerals Plc is £229,092,526.80.
cgequityinvest: Anyone think that the majors might be running a slide rule over this (given the share price) and thinking they could pick it up for 10/12p a share. With nickel prices and forecasts robust the IRR's must look pretty good for the big boys who want to add to their nickel inventory. Yes there is still execution risk but a lot of the hard yards have been put in. As Twigs has said management need to update the market - nickel price heading north and share price in a different direction!
craigieboy1: One day it will be reflected in the HZM share price JB, all the fundamentals are there in the market and we have the assets to supply and now the gateway finance package is secured. Good times ahead. Jeremy always seems to pull a rabbit from the hat with news. Maybe Vermelho is the dark horse while they construct Araguaia.
steeplejack: I believe JM will reflect kindly on 2021.The shares appear likely to end the year,much where they started but in the interim he has secured financing from heavyweights Orion,La Mancha and Glencore.Both the Brazilian projects are steadily moving towards production.I don’t quite understand the view expressed in some quarters that theres nothing on the horizon (other than anxiety about the pace of construction) to influence the share price over the coming months.That’s palpable rubbish.It’s quite feasible that new parties show interest in the project as things progress quite apart from the potential stimulus of a higher nickel price.Existing holders might also decide to average their positions from the 7p recently paid.It’s ironic given the composition of the share register that the views of private client punters appear to be holding greater sway over the price than the financial commitment of industry experts.I thought JMs recent presentation made a compelling investment case.The share price was too high at 28p a decade ago and ridiculously low at 1.7p two years back.This tells how absurdly feral junior miners can be but i’d suggest that the share price over the next couple of years could climb to somewhere between 28p and 1.7p ie mid teens and i don’t suppose that the likes of Orion would disagree given their investment.
salmonn1: steeplechase, re share price it might just be that pre equity raise the market had priced in circa 100% dilution, so when it came in at 130%? the share price adjusted downwards. Interesting to hear JM in interview say this is one of the largest deals of this space in the last few years. An interesting comparison. As to the second line, it indicates the intention to get it built ASAP after line one, who knows in two years time debt finance might be available to cover the cost prior to the fcf becoming available.
goodday1: Now you are been stupid.The share price is controlled by the company output.People will buy & sell at all sorts of prices.Then Mr stupid tries to blame posters for commenting on the slide of the share price Why don't you look at the ones who pumped this share?Please, don't post while you are drinking.Thanks.
salmonn1: So my "back of the envelope" calculation that if HZM makes it to a working mine my 4p share could be worth 16p is not far wrong. £4k for every £1k invested over ten years doesn't sound too bad to me. The finance deal includes extra money to cover cost over-run and only comes into play is it is not brought in on budget. So it's not really news to say if there is a cost over-run the share price will suffer. Re the nickel price? No one knows what it will be. What we do know is the asset is in the lowest cost quartile. That's the best anyone can say about any mining asset. As for Orion et al, as I say, "frenemies" but they all have an interest in maximizing the SP, which is what they are supposed to be good at. Personally I don't see the share price languishing too long if the construction news progresses well. Re the shorting, HZM isn't a distressed asset, surely this short position is based on a belief in a short term fall in SP? Not a company failure. It's not like the nickel market is shrinking, make the product and there is a demand. If some posters on the BBs are trying to de-ramp it's probably spread bettors and again in the long run that will play itself out, it's not an easy way to make money. In the long run, at some point in the cycle, the company will have a significantly higher value.
cumnor: Massive and unprecedented on AIM for a tiddler like HZM. The new shares are clearly intended for strategic long investors in mines with a 10 year horizon, and new II investors, as well as the debt providers looking for a solid long term return. It is designed to minimise shares being dumped into weak hands and PIs which would make for a volatile share price (not good when investing in mines with a 30-50 year life). The placing price should represent the bottom or near it and its a very professional operation by mgmt. This will get onto the radar of big investment/pension funds worldwide wanting to invest in green and if nickel continues to rise in price, as I expect it will, then the share price will rise at an even greater rate. There are very few opportunities worldwide for big funds to get early into this space and HZM is now one of the foremost. And GLEN onboard, esp with the offtake guaranteed, is very significant.
twigs3: HZM is a completely different animal now though uapatel I do get your point, I think most were expecting a smaller raise but it almost completely de-risked when this goes through, who knows where the share price will be tomorrow but one thing is for sure PIs will not be driving the share price going forward like they have been for years.
salmonn1: stansmith, I think you are right about the share price falling if HZM gave away the V asset. But, it can also be true that the acquisition of the asset didn't add value. If you were a shareholder though the Vale deal and beyond you will have seen that there was no share price uplift when the deal was done, none when the PFS was released, none when the ore resource was published. Also earlier this year when Tsingshan announced they intended to convert NPI product into a matte suitable for the battery market (causing a global Ni price fall) HZM's share price was not affected at all indicating that nickel sulphate from V was not priced in to the company's MC. Why would the share price fall if V was taken off the table? Sentiment, it would most likely recover minus the £2mill sunk cost of purchase plus on going expenditure on the PFS, permitting etc. Why hasn't V yet boosted the SP? In my view it's because the market is yet to be convinced that a viable HPAL plant will emerge, or at least at a known cost. That's no one's fault, it's just that the technology is so difficult to get right. Have a read of the V PFS, even for the none expert it's clear that the flow sheet is very complex. Personally I'm not worried V is a world class nickel asset with not just limonite but high grade saprolite suitable for RKEF conversion to FeNi. And the site has all the infrastructure needed with in 10km for free. I'm not saying JM and the board are wrong saying they can make HPAL work with a partner using the latest iteration of the technology just that none of it it priced in yet until the details are fleshed out a bit more.
stansmith3: i see the lse board still trotting out the zero in the share price for vermelho garbage.....lets see what would happen to the share price if hzm gave it away....
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