Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jubilee Metals LSE:JLP London Ordinary Share GB0031852162 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.80p 2,699,633 14:18:40
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2.70p 2.90p 2.80p 2.70p 2.70p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 9.8 -20.4 -1.1 - 31.31

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24/4/2018
09:20
Jubilee Metals Daily Update: Jubilee Metals is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JLP. The last closing price for Jubilee Metals was 2.80p.
Jubilee Metals has a 4 week average price of 2.53p and a 12 week average price of 2.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.03p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.25p.
There are currently 1,118,360,942 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,125,863 shares. The market capitalisation of Jubilee Metals is £31,314,106.38.
14/4/2018
08:01
goldibucks: Krytonsnake, only 2 likely outcomes here. BMR can't raise the funds they need on terms that are acceptable to JLP and JLP buy some or all of the remaining shares in BMR with an equity swap. Or BMR can raise the funds required on terms that are acceptable to JLP, maybe by reviving the ACI funding deal, and JLP leave them alone and benefit from an increase in the BMR share price. The above will play out over the next 2 weeks to 3 months. JLP have the know-how, indrawn 50m USD loan facility, and increasing earnings from Dilokong and Hernic, they are in a much stronger position to win the support of the biggest BMR shareholders, of which they are the biggest, that you think.
07/4/2018
11:02
petebarnes1: 7 Apr '18 - 09:54 - 171 of 177 0 0 0 . . WHO IS GOING TO ACQUIRE THE 33,333,333 BMR SHARES ? (10% HOLDING) Well, it can't be JLP. NOT unless JLP want to be forced, under the 30% holding rule of the "Takeover Code", to offer BMR shareholders a cash offer for their remaining shares. JLP has to consult with its own shareholders prior to such a move. The minimum price that JLP can offer BMR shareholders is set by what price JLP paid to acquire other BMR shares in the previous 12 month period. (presently standing at 3.65 pence by virtue of the share price when BMR accepted JLP shares in the Kabwe deal.) .
07/4/2018
09:54
bullster: . . WHO IS GOING TO ACQUIRE THE 33,333,333 BMR SHARES ? (10% HOLDING) Well, it can't be JLP. NOT unless JLP want to be forced, under the 30% holding rule of the "Takeover Code", to offer BMR shareholders a cash offer for their remaining shares. JLP has to consult with its own shareholders prior to such a move. The minimum price that JLP can offer BMR shareholders is set by what price JLP paid to acquire other BMR shares in the previous 12 month period. (presently standing at 3.65 pence by virtue of the share price when BMR accepted JLP shares in the Kabwe deal.) . .
05/4/2018
14:32
petebarnes1: Jubilee Metals Share Price Chart Jubilee Metals Share Chat Jubilee Metals News Jubilee Metals Share Price History Jubilee Metals Financials Jubilee Metals Trades Jubilee Metals Level 2 Add Jubilee Metals to Watchlist Add Jubilee Metals to your Portfolio Jubilee Metals Share Price Alert LSE:JLP Jubilee Metals Share News (JLP) 9 Follow JLP Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description Jubilee Metals 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 +0.40p +15.84% 2.925p 2.90p 2.95p 3.075p 2.675p 2.675p 5,333,523 12:49:20 Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) Mining 9.8 -20.4 -1.1 - 32.71 Print Alert Jubilee Metals and BMR get Kabwe licence reinstated 05/04/2018 1:31pm ADVFN NewsWire A condition of the licence is for production to start by end 2018 Kabwe mine Kabwe has to be up and running by end of the 2018 Jubilee Metals Group PLC (LON:JLPLON:JLP) and its partner BMR Group PLC (LON:BMR) have had their licence at the Kabwe project in Zambia restored, paving the way for development work to start. Conditions attached to the licence reinstatement are that construction of the processing plant starts within 3 months, it is commissioned by 30 September and first production is achieved by end 2018. READ: Jubilee Metals feels the benefit of the ramp-up at Hernic project A lead, zinc and vanadium recovery circuit is part of the accelerated development programme. Leon Coetzer, Jubilee’s chief executive, said the decision recognised the work already performed on the project and its readiness, while the partners were confident the conditions of the restated licence can be met. In early trading, Jubilee Metals' shares were 19.8p higher at 3.02p.
18/3/2018
11:00
goldibucks: 1. Tjate mining rights are a strategic asset at the current platinum price. If they were about to mine 65m ounces of PGMs profitably the share price would be ten times higher than it is now. I like strategic assets especially when there is another side of the business generating cash so you don't have to sell them. 2. Kabwe is not a "Colin Bird company". He happened to own circa 3m shares in them, peanuts compared to his shareholding in JLP. Kabwe were distressed with 6.4m tonnes of zinc, vanadium and lead rich tailings that JLP can process. What's not to like if it wasn't for the license wrinkle. 3. Who knows the real story behind the Kabwe license revocation. I suspect JLP knew the risks and did it anyway thinking they could resolve any tevokation with the Zambian government because of what they bring to the table. For a company like JLP, Kabwe is a perfect fit with their strategy. 4. JLP said they'd be building processing plant to recover DCM platinum in 2018 in the interims. 5. Since when has DCM been in financial trouble? And Mitsubishi just want to sell Hernic and get their loan repaid. Hernic made a 900m rand profit in FY16 and ferro chrome prices have rallied strongly in the last couple of years. Merafe, who have said they put in a bid for Hernic, generated 1bn rand of cash in 2017. The ferrochrome market is bouyant. 6. The Australian copper project didn't proceed because they couldn't agree commercial terms. That's a good reason not to do it for me. 7. JLP need tailings to survive. DCM doesn't produce much cash. Hernic has a profit share arrangement when JLP get 130% of their investment back. 8. The facility is for USD 50m and it's for plant not tailings. If Hernic gets sold and if they get the Kabwe license reinstated the share price will be back to 3.6p in days so if the institutions are confident in those things happening, they have nothing to worry about. 9. JLP can live without a broker for a while. Having on didn't stop the share price falling.
13/2/2018
14:48
petebarnes1: It is inevitable that Zuma will go, and that it will improve JLP share price no end.
08/2/2018
02:06
earnestwipplethwaiteiii: I'd be tempted to buy the dip here, except that the JLP share price is such a serial disappointer, and who needs the additional anxiety when markets are becoming more volatile? On the other hand, anything Potts is consistently slagging off with his 'magic' has to be worth looking twice at...
20/1/2018
13:09
deme1: sold 2.6m shares mid-week at an average price of 3.55p. Family hold about 0.3m and planning to keep those. JLP throw equity around like confetti. 38.8m shares issued in 2002, 1,306.5m after the BMR deal, a 34 fold increase. I'd mistakenly assumed JLP could fund future growth from DCM and Hernic operating cash flows based on Leon's comments re USD $2m of project earnings in calendar Q4 and Hernic debt being repaid in March 2018 but now according to him, "this initial institutional entry has the potential to be followed by others". That's fine if the share price is going up but that hasn't been the direction of travel lately.  I can't see DCM and Hernic taking JLP much further than a small accounting profit, after factoring in higher admin costs as the company grows, extra depreciation on plant, and write offs of project loan interest capitalised as your start to process, and with a £47m current market capitalisation to support, that could be a drag in the short to medium term. I understand BMR might be a transformational deal and provides geographical and resource diversification but I would have been content to process DCM and Platcro platinum for the next couple of years, complete the ramp up of DCM and Hernic, turn a modest accounting profit, let the share price start to recover, and then use cash flow, Tjate, and partnerships rather than equity to fund diversification and growth.  You have to wonder if JLP suffers from institutional Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. They say no more placings, then raise £4.5m, they say Hernic data to be provided monthly, then don't provide it, they dilute shareholders to buy Platcro, then don't process it, they move their focus from DCM to Hernic in mid 2017, then DCM output falls, they say 20% month-on-month earnings growth at Hernic, then it doesn't ramp up as trailed, they don't finish the Hernic ramp up but sign a JV with BMR, the share price falls, they issue more equity for cash and swap some with BMR with a cash top up in consecutive weeks. 
05/11/2017
10:03
gsg: Your technical analysis of the precious metals is detailed,accurate and insightful. However IMO you'r applying it to the wrong company. With a JLP plat cost per oz of potentially $400, palladium price near $1000, rhodium $1200, as well as the move into base metals, the gold price action does not have a close correlation to the JLP share price. Your gold commentary has proved to be very useful in exiting some of my silver portfolio on the TSX.
17/10/2017
09:23
mcluvin: boris, I'm not pleased to say it as I'm still holding, but it looks like you could be right in the short term re JLP share price; heading down again at present with greater volume. Not sure where it will go if it breaks below the current rising channel..
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