Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hummingbird Resources Plc LSE:HUM London Ordinary Share GB00B60BWY28 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.25p +11.54% 21.75p 21.50p 22.00p 21.75p 19.75p 19.75p 834,187 16:15:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 91.4 -9.1 -2.3 - 77

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28/12/2017
10:22
I think you mean AGG. And that would just be rhetoric to appease shareholders.
darola
28/12/2017
10:03
catsick - didn't Cora mention considering legal action over the decision not to proceed? Maybe HUM saw the writing on the wall and decided going it alone was a better option.
charles clore
28/12/2017
09:41
Divmad cora announced drill results on the 2nd nov and began more drilling on the 30th nov so there is plenty of new info that hum will have since the agg was announced, now we all have no idea why the agg deal fell through but I would say it is going to be bad results from the dd or good results elsewhere...
catsick
28/12/2017
08:53
Regarding earlier comments on antics at LSE, they really are excelling themselves now. Utterly embarrassing, but the worst of it is that one or two declared novices are lapping it up. The idea that people who act in this way deserve any credibility, and should be seen as mentors, is beyond me. Cringeworthy.
destroyer21
27/12/2017
22:44
catsick, Cora has NOT had any results confirmed to the market yet. What are you trying to say?
divmad
27/12/2017
22:16
Catsick we will never know the answer to that but my gut feeling is it was nothing to do with gold, rather some issue with negotiations.
zhockey
27/12/2017
10:22
I am wondering if the reason they pulled out of the agg deal is that they could just do the same thing with the cora gold site where they have been drilling since the original deal was announced, cora have decent oxide ore at the surface easily truckable to the plant after milling and concentrating, why not work with the listed part owned company rather than an unrelated third party, I think the idea of concentrating ore at remote sites serving a bigger central plant is a very good one, Cora has just been going down and down after raising funds recently at 16.5p it has had decent results and fallen to 11.5, Hum never really explained why they pulled out of the deal and would be interesting to know why, a Cora related announcement after the current drilling program is done would make a lot of sense.
catsick
22/12/2017
18:17
Year end tidy up for an II somewhere... Next year should be fun.
napoleon 14th
22/12/2017
15:53
That is the point i was trying to make .. i see a couple of large sells have now been reported
jeanesy
22/12/2017
12:45
George - unless someone in the know is convinced commercial production will not meet the mark I cannot understand why the price is falling instead of rising. I genuinely hope that 35p support doesn't hold because, if not, I know where I will be putting my money!
charles clore
22/12/2017
11:12
buy the rumor sell the fact..... 35p should be support, from the chart point of view and after that it would be back to 28p. Fingers crossed that does not happen. getting to commercial production and then steady state has always been much more important than first pour. Roll on March and the first goal being met. Commercial production is normally defined as running at over 60% name plate capacity for 6 weeks or similar. It is encouraging that they have said recovery rates are already around 95% as this is often a sticking point(as knowing the levels of reagents to add is often not obvious).
ukgeorge
22/12/2017
10:38
Lots of buys still but continues to drip drop down.. mmh is there still a large seller behind the scenes ? if not this price movement doesn't make sense
jeanesy
22/12/2017
10:34
At this time of year I always like to look forward to when and where I want to be next Christmas and certainly all things going well this should be a transformative year for HUM, stepping up from a speculative and promising miner to a highly profitable and professional producer.Plenty of pitfalls still to be overcome and risks to be mitigated but looking forward to sticking around for the ride.Merry Xmas and a happy, healthy and prosperous new year to all
wilco1000
22/12/2017
09:09
Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year to all HUM stakeholders. Well done to Management and staff to drive this project through the exploration and development process - very few PM IPOs get this far. Chip
chipperfrd
22/12/2017
07:38
Just been reading the Cora Gold RNS about their drilling programme, first results should be due around the end of January.
bittorrent
22/12/2017
07:33
Yup, sounds about right,
qs99
22/12/2017
07:31
It's the infill drilling that excites me the most. Let's get that bit spinning and get some proper value added here. Buzzing for 2018 fellas.
zeberdie
22/12/2017
07:24
QS99, LOM is about 7.5 years if I recall rightly, plenty of time to find other sources nearby to extend it.
bittorrent
22/12/2017
07:19
All depends on market's view of the c.1m oz outside of plan, how much it will cost to bring it into the mine and at what return as current mine life is relatively short is it not from various readings? Either way IMO am in and have been for a while for the ride, as it should start throwing off very material cash returns IMO/DYOR and with an increasing share price can then start buying other assets (as it tried to recently)......which combined with a management team who have managed and delivered to expectations amazingly well.....a good ISA tuck away IMO...DYOR and Merry Christmas
qs99
22/12/2017
07:15
Agreed zeberdie, when the mine is pouring out thousands of ounces a month, the market cannot ignore it any longer. Now it is significantly derisked it is a great buying opportunity.
bittorrent
22/12/2017
06:06
Every week now that plant output gets turned up a bit more until it's running a plate capacity. The buying opportunity is now.
zeberdie
21/12/2017
22:57
Yes AAG looked like a great play, shame it fell through. For HUM I'm looking at the 200sma for a consolidation.
zhockey
21/12/2017
19:36
I believe that means it is expected to outperform peers by 12.5%
charles clore
21/12/2017
19:36
Weren't you the one who was ramping AGG as a better way to back into Hum a while ago?
divmad
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