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JLP Jubilee Metals Group Plc

8.00
-0.50 (-5.88%)
23 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Jubilee Metals Group Plc JLP London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.50 -5.88% 8.00 16:35:24
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
8.40 8.10 8.40 8.00 8.50
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Industry Sector
MINING

Jubilee Metals JLP Dividends History

No dividends issued between 24 May 2014 and 24 May 2024

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Posted at 23/4/2024 17:21 by eblitz1
Frogkid
I think it is either 2 of 2 things, IRH as I have stated maybe taking a stake or even buying out JLP seeing as they have offered $1 billion for a portion of Vendate or JLP are trying to get Chambisi. However I need advice on this, if JLP are already doing things with IRH in Mopani why would they need Chambisi.
Posted at 20/4/2024 09:04 by pshevlin
With jlp's ability to double every year I would rather they didn't get taken out as this would be a lifetime earner once they declare a dividend. Anything less than £1 would be rubbish and I can't see Slater going for it.
Posted at 19/4/2024 08:28 by wet your knot
For JLP it would be interesting to know how the relationship with IRH is positioned. Are IRH holding out a huge incentive to JLP who are very keen to get a deal completed with IRH? Or are IRH looking like they are desperate to get into as many deals as possible and have cash on the hip?
Posted at 16/4/2024 18:11 by eblitz1
Frogkid
It's just logic, JLP have something that needs unlocking quickly to stay ahead of the pack. IRH have the resources not only in cash but in other mining assets and they are looking to advance BIG TIME into Copper. It's a match made in heaven, There is a US Company and I can't remember their name who have major investors like BMW etc etc major Directors from huge mining Companies and they have a process but they haven't done anything yet and they are valued at many times the value of JLP. Leon and Co need finance and the clout to get other assets. IRH came in very late to the game for Mopani I think is the site and they got it, IRH went in very late for a deal that the Chinese thought they had and apparently they got it.This deal if there is going to be one would be fantastic for both. The money and clout together with the know how and process. Do you think that the Zambian Government would be giving Leon and Co all the attention if the process didn't work. It's a win win The only thing to discuss is the price. That is where Slater get's involved, he would want a return on his original investment. Someone with more intelligence than me should try and put a value on the Company. But if in 24/25 they are going to make around $50m on Chrome and if they do 8k tons of copper oxide when the price is $9500 per ton that's another $45-50m, and the next year would easily double. You work it out.
Posted at 05/4/2024 12:39 by 888icb
The point you make about JLP not being a miner is very important to understand. Copper is going to be increasingly in demand. It is incredibly capital intensive to develop new copper mines and probably takes 15 years to bring to production. The miners say that the copper price will need to be considerably higher than it is now to get them to commit to building new mines. JLP can produce copper now from the vast quantities of waste that have already been mined over decades. JLP has an incredibly bright future and bankrolled by its new UAE partners could license out its technology around the world taking a royalty on copper produced. Exciting times for Jubilee shareholders and remember Slater have stuck with this through a decline in share price from 16p. I feel their patience will soon be rewarded.
Posted at 04/4/2024 20:20 by freedom97
Thanks for the info pshevlin.

Regarding JBL yes, I've always understood that the share price balances inline with JLP just the exchange rates makes it hard to see it clearly. JBL closed UP 13.04% so I presume without calculating the difference in exchange rates that it's similar to JLPs close in value.
Posted at 26/3/2024 09:04 by 888icb
The Charles Archer interview is well worth 30 minutes of your time. They conclude that JLP has reached an inflection point. The rapid growth on all fronts is going to be reflected in the financials. As a long term holder of JLP I am convinced 2024 will prove to be a transformational year for JLP as copper kicks in to follow the success of Chrome which continues to grow at pace and is very profitable.
Posted at 18/3/2024 10:34 by timhigginson12
I listened to a Kitco interview with Jetti Resources who are a leaching tech company working with Freeport. Jetti are the same as JLP in that they aim to recover copper from waste. Jetti have just raised $200m to progress their development. Jetti claim to be able to add a sulphide leaching unit to the concentrator.
It appears to me that the copper waste recovery business is a worldwide developing new segment in which JLP has a very good foothold.
The question is will JLP work with miners or will they continue developing and owning their own.
These days it is the software companies that get the better valuations: being bogged down with trying to own the the facilities is harder work.
Licensing the software on a per lb produced basis seems to be a real winner.
Let's ask Leon how things are progressing.
Posted at 12/3/2024 08:35 by 888icb
JLP Up 2% at 6.45p on volume of 1.4 million with buys outweighing sells 6/1. JLP has made good progress in March and is now firmly above the last placing price. This rerate should continue on good news flow and improving sentiment to the commodities sector,together with higher prices for all the metals JLP is exposed to.
Posted at 24/1/2024 16:37 by timhigginson12
I ran a comparison between JLP and CAML. CAML produce 14k tons of copper,25k tons of lead and 25k tons of zinc. We know that Sable has a capacity of 14k tons of copper so when we get there the two companies will be very similar. CAML has a MCAP of 300m against 180m for JLP. After that milestone is reached JLP should pull ahead strongly as CAML is a very stable large dividend payer.

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