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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 0.32% 15.90 9,190,615 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.70 15.90 15.85 15.80 15.85
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 54.77 13.73 0.94 16.9 356
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:01 O 600,000 15.81 GBX

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Jubilee Metals Daily Update: Jubilee Metals Group Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JLP. The last closing price for Jubilee Metals was 15.85p.
Jubilee Metals Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 12.60p and a 12 week average price of 9.85p.
The 1 year high share price is 16.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.90p.
There are currently 2,241,668,079 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,926,562 shares. The market capitalisation of Jubilee Metals Group Plc is £356,425,224.56.
robers98: hTtps:// The Jubilee Metals Group (LON:JLP) Share Price Has Soared 479%, Delighting Many Shareholders
pshevlin: What is the connection between the JLP share price in SA and UK anyone? It doesn't seem to be logical to me.
kilgallp: Hi GSG, I fully understand your comments, maybe I’m just naïve! Losta told us he’d sold a shed load of shares, and advised us the share price, would not so much slip, as plummet. Having had ‘a word’ he now says he’s buying £m’s. That’s quite a turnaround, I would have had to have heard something substantial to justify that change of heart. I was going to say, I would not do that, but actually, I could not do that, sadly I don’t have Losta’s finances! For the record, JLP is, I think, my third largest holding, and currently, I think, my most successful, and I am expecting more from it. My two largest holdings have been up and down, and currently I’m sat on a loss in both, but I do expect them to recover. But what should I do? Should I sell my largest holdings, and pump the money into JLP? Maybe I would if I had Losta’s info to hand. All I have is what’s in the public domain, I could see no reason for a dramatic fall for JLP, as predicted by Losta. Presumably Losta was in the same position, till he had ‘a word’!
millwallfan: Bullster. Just logged on so thanks for your prompt response last evening. The figures for copper are mind blowing so if we really do get the commodities bull run for a year or so that many analysts are predicting then as you say JLP share price can only go one way ⬆️ 014;️⬆️➡A039;↘️⬆️n14;️⬆️ Hopefully ASAP as I have a brand new A8 to pay for next Tuesday 😂
deme1: Losta you have been slated since you sold out. Giving it the I won't sell until 40p and then constant slating me when I traded JLP, even when most trades were the right call. Yet you apparently sold your entire holding of a hundred billion shares (LOL) and since then the share price has broken out The only one bitter is you, it's plain for all to see. selling JLP when the world is on the cusp of a super cycle, which JLP has positioned itself. Crazy IMO and every trade you have posted seems to make a loss, other than the ones you don't post about but miraculously sell them on the day they have a big rise, not suspect at all LOL
platinumfinger: with this continuing rise in metals / basket price etc, should we not be increasing the forecasts for JLP's FY June 2021 and beyond into the 2021 /22 financial year?. Just seems to be going up and up an up. Also,aside from all the ongoing newsflow to come, when can we expect in depth, accurate professional Broker notes from WHI and Shard?. Do these people actually know what they are doing??. Not sure they do in terms of getting JLP's numbers right / accurate. Roan news this week surely?. I would expect further decent rises in JLP share price this week. Towards 18p / 20p imo. I do think their growth has been / is being vastly understated by the market, not least of which with the metals boom we are in. good luck all for another very exciting week ahead.
the skipper: I’ve been having a look at the share price performance of the major miners over the weekend and the ones which seem to be leading the field are those focussing particularly on copper i.e Antofagasta and Vedanta. If you look at their recent charts the pattern is very similar to JLP, so I think it’s the imminent cranking up of copper production which is driving the recent share price growth here rather than any speculation about a bid for Tjate. As ever that remains the ‘Brucie bonus’ imo and there is nothing in the share price for it. Whilst copper and PGM group metals continue to prosper so will JLP, but there are several advantages it has over the majors, in its ability to bring new projects on stream much more quickly, its secret recipes for tailings treatment, less country risk than ANTO and VED, and commodity diversity with expansion into lead, zinc, and possibly nickel tailings. Oh...and the possibility of significant recovery in chrome prices, which could provide protection in the event of pullbacks in the prices of the other metals it is (or will shortly)be producing. To conclude I don’t think we need any speculation about a sale of Tjate to ramp up or justify the share price, but should a deal be done it will of course be a welcome bonus for investors, particularly if JLP get to process the tailings.
platinumfinger: sorry for the non JLP topic folks, just looking for another commodities share in addition to JLP. Looking to trade / hold for say 6-12 months to ride the wave. Any one any thoughts on KEFI & WSBN please? or any others?> Sorry for the OT. I hold 1.3m of JLP in my SIPP and a trading position. Will be holding JLP for as long as i can, 3-5 years anyway. Commodities is the place to be going forward. So many smaller Co's are starting to mature.
deme1: I'm just glad the price has managed to rise up to 16p before we have had any official move towards JLP by a major. Super cycle on the way, JLP Making huge profits from their set up. Plus tjate in the waiting. I can confidently say that there would have to be a price in the range of 30p a share for anyone to take it seriously now. That said 50p in my eyes would be more than reasonable considering this company will achieve that share price within the next 2 years IMO
bullster: . . RNS-09/01/2018 Jubilee secures investment from two eminent financial institutions namely Miton Group Plc and international wealth group arranged through Veddis. The funding comprises the raising of GBP 4.5 million at a share issue price of 3.6 pence per share. The placing includes the issuance of 62 500 000 warrants priced at a premium of 70% of the placing price or 6.12 pence per warrant share valid for a period of 5 years. RNS-10/11/2020 WarrantsAt year-end and at the date of this announcement the Company had the following warrants outstanding: Issue Number of Subscription Expiry date Share price date warrants price (pence) at issue date (pence) 1/19/2018 65 277 778 6.12 1/19/2023 3.55 ------------------- --------------- ------------ ------------------ 12/28/2018 32 362 460 3.86 1/19/2023 2.40 ------------------- --------------- ------------ ------------------ 3/20/2019 1 473 055 3.38 3/20/2021 2.45 ------------------- --------------- ------------ ------------------ 11/19/2019 8 429 195 4.00 11/3/2022 4.13 ------------------- --------------- ------------ ------------------ 6/22/2020 4 750 000 3.40 6/22/2023 3.90 ------------------- --------------- ------------ ------------------ . .
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