Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ironveld Plc LSE:IRON London Ordinary Share GB0030426455 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.85 11,756 07:54:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.80 0.90 0.85 0.85 0.85
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.63 -0.10 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:14:35 O 5,585 0.895 GBX

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Ironveld Daily Update: Ironveld Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IRON. The last closing price for Ironveld was 0.85p.
Ironveld Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.83p and a 12 week average price of 0.83p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.33p.
There are currently 654,990,841 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 739,634 shares. The market capitalisation of Ironveld Plc is £5,567,422.15.
underhill2: Thats fine by me . Yes we small shareholders will be diluted somewhat but there is still considerable value here when this is fully financed. I will be looking for at least a 5p share price within the next year
orange1: OMG! IRON are at a year's high (or no lower than the year's high) following this announcement: Existing shareholders getting substantially diluted but good to see South African investors getting heavily involved. Mcebisi Jonas is the former Deputy Finance Minister:
johncasey: Martin Eales, Chief Executive Officer, commented: "I have been highly encouraged by the discussions we have had so far with parties potentially interested in participating in the financing for our project. Until we are in a position to conclude this financing, the Loan Facilities announced today are extremely helpful in ensuring that our modest short-term working capital requirements are met. "Additionally, any issue of new shares via the Warrants or in interest payments will be at a substantial 60 per cent premium to the underlying share price, thereby minimising the potential dilution for shareholders.
orange1: What you can´t do is do it at a price which is below the nominal share price. But a capital reorganisation can soon sort that out!
underhill2: Could not agree more with your comments. Giles Clarke did a great job at Amerisur ! I dont think so. He sold a company for 50% less than it was worth. Thats why we wont see a great deal for Ironvelds long suffering shareholders. 10p offer per share is never going to happen. The current share price says ot all. Im sticking with my expectation of an agreed Joint Venture. Then hopefully after all these years this Project can get going
underhill2: Tells us nothing but more delays. Not unusual for any Giles Clarke Company. Not confident of any deal being done but at a give away price. There must be a good reason why this is taking so long. I reckon transfer of ownership of Assets is the problem. I still go for a,1p per share agreed cash offer. The current share price says it all and the current volume of shares traded daily does not inspire confidence. My break even price is 1p so Im happy yo get out at that price.
moneymaker2015: Back to Ironveld though, if we get 0.7p that’s fair because that’s what the market currently values us at. Me personally, given the vast potential of the project, I’d like to think we’d do another placing to cover our costs for another 12 months and then get some decent PR going. On your comment earlier about 99 times out of 100 you’ll lose, I strongly disagree. I’ve had 4 this year alone that have made a substantial amount, 2 of which were in the last 2 weeks. I’ve already 10 bagged on EUA and this could be sold for significantly more than the current share price and I 5 bagged on INSP yesterday and have now withdrawn, but that is likely to go much higher too. The key is timing, don’t invest too early because the share price will keep dropping until it starts producing or is sold, this share being the prime example.
moneymaker2015: What was the issue with Aner? If you look into the figures the management did a good job. As with most non-major producers the share price plummeted when the price of oil plummeted 5 years ago. A hell of a lot have gone bump too. The management at Amer managed to considerably reduce their costs to reduce their losses. Earlier in the year they rejected a bid and said it was worth considerably more and they were right, they managed to get another 20 odd million for it. From an un-biased perspective there was nothing wrong with the management at Amer. Yes there’s a lot of angry shareholders that invested 5 years ago at 3 times what the company sold for, but the management shouldn’t be blamed for a shareholder investing considering the majority of oil analysts were predicting the price was going to plummet, albeit I don’t think anyone expected it to plummet lower than most producers net margins.
clarea: The problem is John it won't help the share price if the company owning said land is on its knees Sirius Minerals has a polyhalite resource of 2.66 billion tonnes according to their website but look at how the share price has collapsed. I would be over the moon with 30p they are looking to sell just to get any money back as they know the only options are to try and get a placing away at an even lower price than at present or take what they can get 2p best case we will see who is closer when it plays out good luck.
bakonebamatlala: Well done to those investors who have made a good profit on Ironveld’s unexplainable share price rise in the last few days. As any gambler should know, it is perhaps now the opportune time to cash in your chips before the crash. Tracarta will soon find out that their attempt to shore up the share price is baseless and will have to face up the harsh reality that they have been grossly misled by Ironveld management. One thing is sure, Ironveld management will not succeed in their unlawful attempts to bribe community members and tribal council through intermediaries so they can mislead the Department of Minerals to issue them a Mining Right.
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