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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
  0.00 0.0% 19.95 19.70 20.20 20.05 19.95 19.95 1,278,336 09:16:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 54.8 13.7 0.9 21.2 447

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11/3/2021
17:22
free def a buy
adejuk
11/3/2021
17:10
9TT - used a very conservative estimate of the operating margin for a heap leach copper operation at $4/lb copper. Would expect JLP's to be better, probably significantly better.......by way of example as to what may be possible.......at an average $2.47/lb copper in H1/2020, CAML's heap leach copper operation in Kazakhstan using tailings from an old Soviet era copper mine, delivered an astonishing 73% operating margin. At $4+/lb copper, its will be like owning a high denomination, high speed treasury printing press.
mount teide
11/3/2021
17:08
Don't want any move yet. Need ISA for next year to get filled up!!!
robers98
11/3/2021
16:54
Folks, i bought 2 x tranches late on. See below. that's mine at £19.99k and £8.7k, BOTH showing as sells. NOT true Sir, both very much buys at 16.4999p and 16.50p. i agree we will push through 17p likely tommorow or next few trading days, clear skys to 20p + from there. 11-Mar-21 16:10:04 16.502 54,538 Sell* 16.40 16.75 9,000 8.7k 11-Mar-21 16:08:47 16.502 9,089 Sell* 16.40 16.75 1,500 O 11-Mar-21 16:08:33 16.5049 9,000 Sell* 16.40 16.75 1,485 O 11-Mar-21 16:07:29 16.502 41,740 Sell* 16.40 16.75 6,888 O 11-Mar-21 16:06:19 16.502 3,029 Sell* 16.40 16.75 499.85 O 11-Mar-21 16:04:30 16.5049 30,112 Sell* 16.40 16.75 4,970 O 11-Mar-21 16:00:26 16.60 87,534 Buy* 16.40 16.75 14.53k O 11-Mar-21 15:58:53 16.49999 121,133 Sell* 16.40 16.75 19.99k
jackthecat1
11/3/2021
16:54
Mr UT arrives again along with a 1m trade
robers98
11/3/2021
16:36
Adejuk, sell?
lostabillion
11/3/2021
16:34
adejuk are you sure you never hit the sell button because smaller trades just before yours show 16.48. your trade certainly looks like a sell to me.
freedom97
11/3/2021
16:33
Thanks freedom.
gsg
11/3/2021
16:29
Quite right freedom. We will soon be knocking on the door of 20p. By EOM March IMO.
frogkid
11/3/2021
16:27
i just took 100k at 16.425 showing as a sell
adejuk
11/3/2021
16:27
Copper wobbles mask ongoing demand strength, top supplier says The official overseeing the world’s biggest copper industry isn’t losing any sleep over the recent pullback in prices, saying the underlying trend of rising demand remains intact despite hard-to-read daily market gyrations. Copper surged to the highest in almost a decade last month on strong Chinese buying and as investors poured into commodities on the prospect that vaccinations and stimulus would unlock a sharp global recovery. Since then, futures have retreated about 6% as the dollar and bond yields rose. “I don’t think there is one single cause behind that little drop in the price,” Chile’s Energy and Mining Minister Juan Carlos Jobet said when asked if he’d noticed any cooling in Chinese demand. “To be honest, I’m not giving a lot of attention to day-to-day movements in the price.” “In the medium term, as renewable energy and electro-mobility agendas accelerate, the demand for copper will go up, and that is the most permanent trend,” Jobet said. Speaking in an interview Wednesday, he said China’s pledge to be carbon neutral by 2060 and the change of government in the US are among recent events that support copper demand growth, while suppliers are set to maintain their discipline after learning lessons in the last supercycle. Prices are up 90% from a low last March. “I’m seeing an industry that is moderately optimistic on the fundamentals, but they will not rush into investment decisions that have long-term implications because of a short-term change in the price,” the minister said. Still, his government calculates $74-billion in projects in the pipeline over the next decade in Chile, a nation that accounts for more than a quarter of the world’s copper. That compares with a CRU Group estimate that the copper industry will need upwards of $100-billion in investments to meet projected demand growth by 2030 amid global electrification. While a stronger-for-longer price scenario might make some high-cost projects more appealing to develop, that would be at the margins, Jobet said. “I don’t think companies will change those plans because of what’s happened to prices in the last couple of months.” The industry’s ability to obtain permits to meet rising supply will depend largely on convincing stakeholders it’s doing enough in environmental, social and governance areas, he said. Mining companies are moving to renewable energy, using more seawater and taking some initial steps to replace diesel with green hydrogen or batteries. “The challenge is to improve their relationship not just with local communities but to outline and draw in the minds of a broader population a vision of what mining will be in the future,” he said. “How do we explain to the broader population that Chilean copper is going to be essential for the world to be carbon neutral.” For now, the Chilean industry is dealing with an increase in Covid-19 cases in mining areas. Last year, mines in the South American nation managed to maintain output through the pandemic and continue to do so this year, Jobet said. One challenge for mining companies is to reduce infections when people aren’t working. Some operations, such as Codelco’s El Teniente mine, are making their facilities and medical teams available for local populations to get vaccinated, he said.
robers98
11/3/2021
16:26
GSG, there isn't really any resistance point at 17p. The reason why the share price dropped when it last hit 17p was because the share price had rallied from very low level. Now though the share price has consolidated at both 13p & 16p, so should cross right thru 17p without a problem imo.
freedom97
11/3/2021
16:26
day trader selloff
adejuk
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
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