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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jubilee Metals Group Plc 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
  1.00 5.26% 20.00 19.70 20.20 20.35 18.97 19.25 12,964,716 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 54.8 13.7 0.9 21.3 449

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11/3/2021
16:20
MT , that’s the great long term play here, apart from the immediate earnings growth through Chrome and Platinum which account for the vast majority of earnings growth to date. £75 Million of copper earnings with 20 year + supply should allow a PE 10 rating minimum. That’s £750 Million market cap. Provided platinum feed is retained for 10 years out, you comfortably get to a £1 Billion market cap...
highly geared
11/3/2021
16:20
I would be interested to know, what makes this a resistance point at all? I would welcome your views.
gsg
11/3/2021
16:18
. . . and there were far fewer shares in circulation
ginko3
11/3/2021
16:18
MT Where do you get the margin of $2/lb on copper? WH Ireland perhaps? If so there numbers are well out of date!! tintin
9tintin
11/3/2021
16:17
but on the long term chart you are correct free next strong point is 30p - but that's from when dinosaurs ruled the world :-0
adejuk
11/3/2021
16:14
we'll see soon
adejuk
11/3/2021
16:11
Very weak resistance point.
freedom97
11/3/2021
16:07
17 is the resistance. not long now
adejuk
11/3/2021
16:03
With respect to the build up to 25,000 tonnes of copper production per year.......... at an operating margin of $2/lb, this would generate circa $110m of operating cash flow per annum.
mount teide
11/3/2021
15:01
Nearly £500k share trade gone through, one can only assume it was a buy which accounted for the rise?? tintin
9tintin
11/3/2021
14:52
deme it's sinking under the weight of his gains. i still think he held 28 mill or a large fraction of it. i was buying at under 1p and it would have been easy to trade up to 10's of mill i don't believe he is psychotic he may exagerate but i don't think he's delusional
adejuk
11/3/2021
14:51
Copper climbs near 10-year highs as bullish mood returns Mar. 11, 2021 9:43 AM Copper prices (HG1:COM) are resuming their rise towards 10-year highs hit last month, lifted by the U.S. stimulus bill, benign U.S. inflation data and better than expected Chinese lending numbers. LME benchmark copper recently was +2.1% at $9,048/metric ton, not far below the $9,617/mt peak reached in February and within striking distance of the all-time peak of $10,190/mt set in 2011. The chairman of Chinese metals trader Maike Group predicts copper will surge to an all-time high over the next 12 months due to strong demand from China's clean energy drive and years of under-investment in global mine supply.
gsg
11/3/2021
14:44
Losta. 1. no one believes you anymore. 2. some of us like the real world and not the make believe ;) How's your boat ;)
deme1
11/3/2021
14:43
going bonkers now
adejuk
11/3/2021
14:41
L2 is currently 3 v 4, with WH Ireland who were alone on the offer switching to the bid. Could be a key move to get us heading north imo.
gsg
11/3/2021
14:26
3m ;—)
lostabillion
11/3/2021
14:15
. . 502.5k warrant shares came on to the market today, availability of stock seems to have given the share price a shot in the arm. Pardon the pun. . .
bullster
11/3/2021
13:54
At auction someone just put 4500 shares on the bid at 17p.
gsg
11/3/2021
13:44
BHP sees high commodity prices holding back near-term dealmaking Mar. 11, 2021 8:32 BHP will focus on exploration and wringing more value out of existing assets, likely eschewing any major acquisitions in the near-term given rocketing commodity prices, CEO Mike Henry says. "Given what we have seen over the past 6-9 months in terms of asset values in commodities like copper for example, it is unlikely that we will see acquisition in the near term," Henry told an investor briefing. Unlike peer Fortescue's banking on hydrogen as a major part of its future growth, Henry said a similar move would not make strategic sense for BHP, given its technical capabilities and risk appetite. BHP is exploring hydrogen to curb emissions in its industrial processes, but "hydrogen in steelmaking, we see the economics as currently being quite challenging."
gsg
11/3/2021
13:30
Mid Cap - $1_$5 Billion. Let’s say $2.5 Billion or £1.8. Billion.... Bit of a way to go yet.. 2024 realistic IMO.
highly geared
11/3/2021
13:23
Tintin, It doesn't matter what I think of as a Mid Cap price. Leon stated that was his expectation, and I can't know what level he considers that to be. However, I would imagine he visualises an share price above 40p, but that is, obviously, just a guess.
scrappycat
11/3/2021
13:23
Correction. Zak actually said 30p by end April/ start of May so even earlier.
philby1
11/3/2021
13:17
30p in MAy? I might topslice at that!
frogkid
11/3/2021
13:16
another 10K for me
frogkid
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