Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jubilee Metals LSE:JLP London Ordinary Share GB0031852162 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.05p +2.04% 2.50p 2.45p 2.55p 2.50p 2.45p 2.45p 653,379 14:35:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 9.8 -20.4 -1.1 - 27.96

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/9/2018
12:11
I think so GSG... The fine chrome process coupled with a collection network, makes partnering with Northam is a big possibility in my view
plat hunter
22/9/2018
11:42
Boris, look at crypto volumes and price charts especially for Bitcoin, when ever there's a pull back in gold & Vice Versa. If you're following gold then there's some correlation there that you shouldn't be ignoring
plat hunter
22/9/2018
09:36
Https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/companies/mining/2018-04-18-northam-strikes-deal-with-jubilee-to-put-idled-eland-processing-plant-to-good-use/ "The plan is to have 290,000 tonnes of material, or more than four months’ worth of feedstock, by January 2019, with Jubilee delivering 60,000 tonnes a month of fresh material from its PlatCro project to process 1.4-million tonnes of tailings. At the same time Northam will restart a chrome recovery plant to treat 10-million tonnes of chrome-rich tailings at Eland to extract 250,000 tonnes a year of chrome." Still wondering whether the Northam project to extract 250,000 t/pa of chrome at Eland is one of the two additional fine chrome projects which Leon mentioned?
gsg
22/9/2018
09:28
Mr Barnes, where have you been? We have all been missing you x
alwaysevolving
22/9/2018
06:29
Mornin' jlp consolidation for around 7 weeks but still within the lower low, lower high pattern. Sector sentiment still poor driven in the main by the struggling metal prices. Still some metal price manipulation going on - see the sudden drop in the gold price yesterday pm. 25k contracts were dumped on the market in a deliberate move to keep the price around the $1200 level. It's becoming harder to manage this now though especially as the dollar has finally broken down. I suspect the Wednesday FOMC announcement will be the turning point or very soon after. When it turns it'll be some rally - possibly even stronger than the one in Dec 2016. The miners will follow and produce an even better gains. jlp should benefit too. As for the wider markets the new highs for the dow and spx look very suspicious and imo this may well be a classic bull trap. Nasdaq, russel 2000, bank indx, and the transports didn't follow suit and there was massive volume on the transports on Friday which barely managed a blue finish. In addition the NYAD advance/decline indx gfailed to match the dow and spx - that's not happened for quite some time. Imo the Nasdaq should still be leading but instead it looks like it's about to put in a correction - at least 10%. The key question I suppose is whether we'll see any divergence between with pm's and pm miners bucking any wider market dip. Gl.
boris cobaka
22/9/2018
05:48
Welcome return PB Touch bases here in another decade, when the share price may be recovering.
aceshi
22/9/2018
03:56
Welcome back Petebarnes1.
danieldanrichardson
21/9/2018
23:41
Welcome to all new posters, i feel this sleeping giant is about to rock and roll !!!
petebarnes1
21/9/2018
23:23
We do not need the EU to thrive.
dafrog
21/9/2018
22:29
gold, platinum and palladium is not bouncing strongly up.... should be good for JLP palladium now above $1000
nash81
21/9/2018
21:14
All well and good saying that but how does one propose that it is done. Leave first then think about it or is there already a hard fast plan in motion to wind the clock back 130 years and build another empire?
plat hunter
21/9/2018
21:03
Don't care, time for the UK to become a power in its own right and not just s vassal of Brussels.
ginko3
21/9/2018
21:01
United we stand divided we fall. Both Trump and Putin would love Europe to disintegrate.
1madmarky
21/9/2018
19:14
I do Like Hitchins, I have a lot of time for his lectures. There was a couple of salient points that were very relevant here too, plenty people try to change the subject and be purposefully obtuse.
plat hunter
21/9/2018
18:53
something inspirational from Christopher Hitchens: Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MNu2GNx-kQ
sleveen
21/9/2018
18:34
... and the White House!
sleveen
21/9/2018
18:32
Maybe not plat. But I do know IF it did happen they would be straight on the blower to number 10! Anyway back to business When is this dog gonna start pointing the other way!
deme1
21/9/2018
17:57
PH No, reds are unlikely to invade ( that would be MAD) but they could turn off the gas. That said I voted to remain (yes really) , but there certainly does seem to be a determination on Europe's part to break the spirit of the Brexit vote. Taxi!
sleveen
21/9/2018
17:43
Theresa May, makes more U turns than an Uber driver.
plat hunter
21/9/2018
17:39
Bloody hell. I agree with deme post.
frogkid
21/9/2018
17:34
Sleveen & Deme1 you really think Russia are going to invade, what the bloody hell are you guys sprinkling on your cornflakes?
plat hunter
21/9/2018
16:47
Agree with deme1, Europe also don't like Trump but if the reds invade to whom will they be asking for help?
sleveen
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