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Jubilee Metals Group Plc LSE:JLP London Ordinary Share GB0031852162 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -0.77% 6.45 5,057,083 14:12:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.40 6.50 6.50 6.40 6.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 23.59 7.95 0.48 13.4 130
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:29:31 O 60,000 6.431 GBX

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25/10/2020
08:20
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 6.50p.
Jubilee Metals Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.15p and a 12 week average price of 4.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.90p.
There are currently 2,017,509,573 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,211,278 shares. The market capitalisation of Jubilee Metals Group Plc is £130,129,367.46.
21/10/2020
05:28
lostabillion: I’ve just unfiltered too. Take your trading loss on the chin and buy back in Plat. There really is no need at all to trade JLP, it’s one of those companies that you buy and hold on tight for a couple of years such is the growth story. Time will tell but this is rock bottom compared to where the share price will be in 18 months.
19/10/2020
15:53
kennyp52: Plat ... an answer to your concerns ... The company have stated the copper will be paid for from existing and future cashflow - i.e. the company must be generating same which bears out the Bullsters figures . Yes shareholders will not likely see any of that cash in the near terms but it will be going into another valuable investment that will be substantially cash generative when up and running. So although the cash will be utilised it will hopefully be adding significant value. I have no issue with that. It may be the increased cash from that project will buy something else ... the good thing now is that they seem to be able to pick and choose instead of diving in on riskier propositions . If the market is forward looking enough we should see some upward movement on the share price It might want to be patient and wait out until the Elephant , or whatever they are calling it , is actually up and running . But value will eventually come through IMHO. We would have to be on the end of outright lies for this not to be making significant progress in profits and cash. The basket price is very healthy. Leon seems almost at pains to tell shareholders they are making pots of cash but he has to wait for the sign off from the auditors . I am very confident but these are just my opinions . You wanted an accountant's / financial directors view on the company ... there it is mate .
19/10/2020
13:54
moneyman50: Very interesting from one poster Plathunter trying to use Brexit as a reason to talk down the Jubilee share price yet at the same time ramping SLP. Both companies of course operate completely outside the U.K so there is no reason why JLP should be more adversely affected by Brexit than SLP. JLp is of course a fast growing company with many opportunities to expand throughout the World. Companies valuations are of course not only based on their present performance but their perceived future performance.That is why Mr Plathunter high tech companies valuations with a new product can be based on earning multiples tens of times their current earnings.JLP by comparison to such companies has a very modest price earnings ratio JLP appears to have a product that can be looked upon as similar to such high tech companies that can be used throughout the World.-extracting valuable metals with low impact on the environment with modest investment Time to stop the Kyrptonsnake tribute act and move on
17/10/2020
16:41
lostabillion: It’s slowly starting to sink in. Here’s a post from Gotreal on the lse board....... gotreal Posts: 56 Price: 6.25 RE: WebinarToday 13:18 Leaving aside Leon's comments with regard expansion into other continents, and that potential is mind boggling, based on current planned operations and the current copper price (which is predicted to continue to rise) the company should have a bottom line well in excess of £100 million when Sable is at capacity which equates to earnings per share of around 4.7p . Looking at Rio Tinto or Anglo American, those behemoths of the metal world, that do not have anything like the potential for growth that JLP has, their PE ratios are 10 - 12. So on a like for like, forgetting the growth factor, or any allowance for expansion into new territories, JLP should be priced at around 50p. And there is 20 years worth of material to process TODAY above ground..
16/10/2020
11:18
9tintin: Daniel Your sentiments are shared by most if not all on here regarding not wanting another placing and it's associated knock back to the share price Unfortunately this JLP and it has previous on the subject! Another deal is just around the corner I'm sure, and I'm okay with that and IF they fund it without another raise. it will have a positive effect on the share price I have no doubt. "IF" tintin
15/10/2020
10:52
9tintin: Jubilee have some previous when it comes to ramping their achievements via webcasts and impromptu (unexpected) good news updates, and as a result there has to be a degree of skepticism among the old hands here, especially as Leon has flagged another large deal is in the offering - having bolstered the balance sheet in recent months, there is a case for not loading it up with a big wodge of debt. I'm not saying a placing is definitely on the cards, but it would certainly fit with Colin's MO, in expediting the move towards mid cap status. In my mind the only question is will we told before or after the 'Finals' - my guess will be - after when the share price has been massaged upwards a tad more,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I know others will see things differently - but for me, the doubts remain and the stagnation of the share price after the impressive quarterly update tells it's own story - and indeed JLP are down a tad just now. 10p by Friday - LOL tintin
13/10/2020
07:00
9tintin: The reaction to yesterday's update could be regarded as somewhat 'muted' after all JLP was at 6p a few weeks ago - until the actual financials drop it's all guess work with regards to just how much profit Jubilee is making, - the real fun will start when Sable gets going and we won't see the numbers for that for a good six months. Quarterly progress reports would indeed be welcome, but I get the feeling yesterday's was a one off - for a reason which as yet is not apparent, and Leon's rider at the end of the RNS seems to confirm this. The big unknown is the size of the next deal(s) Leon has lined up and how it will be financed - my guess it will be a mixture of cash, debt and equity with 'Elephant' obviously draining a fair amount from the coffers. So in the short term (up to end of year) I don't see the share price getting ahead of it self - anything around 7p would be a great result IMO - staying there would be even better. End of the month and we should see. tintin
12/10/2020
07:50
kennyp52: Plat .. with these figures I think they may be able to self finance Elephant or take out some finance without the need for a placing ? They have indicated they want to self finance and the other projects are JV’s involving profit share and no outlay using the existing facilities ? Happy to be corrected . Might beat you on the CEY / JLP share price race with this RNS
08/10/2020
12:26
lostabillion: Blue belly over on the other board, RE: Buoyant PGM basket price and PGM EarningsToday 13:12 Hi Jammer, JLP seems to be be growing earnings massively, yet we are only 0.4p higher than last October. The market is meant to be forward looking (when it suits the MO). Is this press article Re: CB (Dirty Tricks), an attempt to pull back the share price prior to the next re-rate, which must be coming with the expected earnings from PGMs & Copper? I'm buying when I can at these levels. BB You and me too bluebelly.
05/10/2020
14:49
robers98: From lse board. RE: BMR UpdateToday 09:56 Another meeting was held with BMR on 1st October, this time with wider members of the BMR Watch Committee included. We made it clear that BMR shareholders wish to have the Royalty separated from any new listing. It’s imperative that this is done, otherwise it would dilute our interests in the Royalty. CB recognises this and will look into ring-fencing the Royalty for current BMR holders on the shareholder register. We have also requested to see paperwork on the Royalty agreement between BMR and JLP – we are confident CB can provide access to those documents. Discussions were held over the possible purchase of the Royalty by JLP, however, this isn’t something JLP would want to do at this stage and CB determined it would be more beneficial to BMR shareholders if it was sold at some point in the future instead. BMR continues to pursue an asset acquisition and we hope they can share more information on this shortly. We also hope to have an update on progress of ring-fencing the Royalty. BMR will be required to publish any proposals via Circular for shareholder voting.
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