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
  0.10 1.94% 5.25 3,420,232 09:16:32
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.10 5.40 5.25 5.15 5.15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 23.59 7.95 0.48 10.9 106
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:27:26 O 4,751 5.29 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 5.15p.
Jubilee Metals Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.15p and a 12 week average price of 3.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.15p 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 8,370,974 shares. The market capitalisation of Jubilee Metals Group Plc is £105,919,252.58.
scrappycat: GSG, Covid and the US election will have a far greater effect on the JLP share price than anything posted on this, or any other BB. So sayeth a 'retired toothless old fogy'
9tintin: Market panic over covid is not rational - earlier in the year proves that, I don't expect the reaction to be anywhere near as dramatic as we saw then - eg. JLP share price @ 2p Maybe Leon will come out with a reassuring podcast to say all is well and he knows of no reason for the share price decline,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,LOL Still some way to go before we get the results, a week is a long time in the markets. Wait and see I guess. tintin
9tintin: Having read the debate on the numbers,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Reading through WH Ireland's 'note' again it's interesting how negative they were(are) on future pricing of PGM's - the figures were produced in June and quotes Pd at $1900 but see's the price declining to $1800 going forward, plainly that's not the case three months on - though the important point here is that the percentage in the basket for this metal is only 17% WH Ireland also seem to suggest that Pt is going to gain value in the future ($900) implied - well it's already past that !! If one is going to base JLP's earnings and profits on the BBI then we ARE going to be disappointed, but that's not what it's there for - it's a guide for the direction of price for PGMs. Cu is also heading up and is past the broker's indicative target, this is probably more important than PGM in the grander scheme of things, but somewhat lacks emphasis in the numbers given. All in all I think WH Ireland are being a tad over cautious and their numbers are already well out of date, such is the market for PM!! Maybe they should have given a 'range' of prices in the future, that would have future proofed their note - instead I think they need to update it !!! Clearly Pt & Cu are the commodities to watch to get a handle on Jubilee's future prospects plus the progress on implementation of the projects. I'm still positive but I can't see the share price reaching the wild forecasts of some on here in the near future, if nothing else the geopolitical risk of operating where they do will negate true value to some degree. Hopefully the numbers in November(?) can lift the share price somewhere close to double digits, but if Colin gets the cannon out again for another big deal, all bets are off !! tintin
lostabillion: Plat, the penny will drop with the herd fairly soon imo ;-) “plat hunter: WH Ireland fair value of 11.2p is as of coverage initiation in July. However their future cashflow model has JLP producing £212 million a year in revenue by year end 2023. Now if we assume an earnings margin of 31.7% pursuant to the period up to end of December 2019 then that's 63 million a year or 3p per share. Imagine that.... in 36 months time, you could be banking 35% of todays value, every single year as a divi. Now you have your head around that, lets assume JLP gets valued fairly at an industry average of 11.7x earnings or 740 million for change, divide that by the issuance of 2.1 billion then we have a share price of 35p and a dividend yield of 8.5% by year end 2023 Howzatt?” Just think what will happen to the share price when the price of Chrome takes off and Rhodium doubles again which in my opinion it will. Then there’s the price of Copper, watch that start to climb in the near future. I like Jubilee, in fact I like Jubilee a lot!
9tintin: Leon has already intimated that another deal(or two) is in the offing, though no clue as to the size (other than it's not an elephant -LOL). I understand the attraction and logic in economy of scale for Sable - my only reservation is how the deals are constructed, and the negative effect on the share price. Why not try to build some confidence going forward and pay with cash & debt as opposed to equity and trashing any positive effect that the impending results will temporarally engender. Carry on as before and in twelve months time the share price will be trading in exactly same range - 3.5p - 4.5p . Leon has been banging on about the strength of the balance sheet - time to start utilising that advantage IMO. I'm not here to see this company attain mid cap status with a share price stuck at 4p which seems to be the methodology being employed by JLP's board. Not sure the institutional investors would be happy for that to happen either!! Time for a change of tack IMO. tintin
speccy1: I think the hint about the new copper tailings is why the share price rise has been so muted. JLP always manage to do or say something that stifles the share price when it looks about to take off. "Loads of cash and ramping up production" = share price re-rate "Loads of cash and ramping up production - oh and by the way, we're about to spend loads of money on more tailings with inevitable dilution as we historically do a discounted placing when we buy more tailings" = I think I'll wait until after the placing before I buy any I've been underwater here for 5 years, but although these hiccups are frustrating, there's no doubt JLP is growing exponentially now, and in my opinion the re-rate will have to come. The fact that Colin and Leon have consistently demonstrated delivering shareholder value is not their priority over growing the company, means it will take a while for the market to be convinced this is going to be a worthy investment. On the Tjate ML - JLP are a tailings processing company and always will be, which is great. I'd be happy for them to give Tjate away as long as we retain ownership of all the tailings, as that's what we do best. I would have thought a deal could be done along those lines once the platinum price is higher.
niloc4: Leon once again destroys the share price. Leon, have you and Colin managed to work out why the jubilee share price is always going down? When you giving more shares away Leon? Are you going to first release the figures for the 6 months. Get the share price to move up. Then your friends can offload their shares while the share price rises. After that you then issue more shsres at "3.7p" aka 3.4p and drive the share price down again. Leon, I hope u manage to work out why the share price continuously falls.
sharenotes: Even from simple financial considerations, JLP’s share price should be higher than it is now. The dampener, in part, is legacy and still a question of trust. Further issue of shares to part fund additional acquisitions/rights is not out of the question, but the ‘hope’ is that such issuances will be minimised by the cash now being generated by JLP. If I have a gripe it would be that JLP should do everything in its power to maximise its share price so as to minimise the dilution effect of any issuance. Clearly, there is still room for improvement here. Notwithstanding, the fundamentals have never been better and whilst conceding that global events may yet throw a spanner in the works, JLP's forward looking projections are very compelling indeed.
bedsidemanner: Plat makes a good point re doctors no's .... apologies below as off tack for this thread:'The average number of registered patients per GP in England has risen to 2,087 - an extra 56 people compared with last year - according to new official figures.Registered patients in England have increased by over 723,000 - or 1.2% - between July 2018 and July 2019, data from NHS Digital shows.However, the number of full-time equivalent fully-qualified GPs fell by 441 between March 2018 and March 2019'. (Pulse) Some evidence suggests that for every patient above a list size of 2000 quality of care falls .Main issue for for most GP practices is the ageing population and the complexity of comorbidities.Point is if JLP share prices rises I'll be one more retirement statistic
niloc4: No RNS from management about today's minor decline in the share price? Why not Leon? Yet, if the share price rises sharply in a day, you issue a RNS stating you have no idea why the share price rose. I wish you the same sh.t, Leon, that you've spewed out your mouth for many years CONNING shareholders. I am still a shareholder in this company whose share price you have destroyed. The virus came into effect when the share price was around 4p. Years before that the share price was around 60p. You need to be fired with Colin Bird
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