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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Metal Tiger Plc LSE:MTR London Ordinary Share GB00BMQC0691 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -1.69% 14.50 50,839 12:15:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
14.00 15.00 14.875 14.50 14.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 4.22 2.59 5.6 25
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:51 O 6,775 14.70 GBX

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04/7/2022
09:20
Metal Tiger Daily Update: Metal Tiger Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MTR. The last closing price for Metal Tiger was 14.75p.
Metal Tiger Plc has a 4 week average price of 14.50p and a 12 week average price of 14.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 28.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 14.50p.
There are currently 169,423,576 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 232,403 shares. The market capitalisation of Metal Tiger Plc is £24,566,418.52.
23/6/2022
08:51
saadia110: ST has been tipping MTR for what seems like ages. Each time the share price responds but never goes on a continued rise which is disappointing
16/6/2022
10:31
uknighted: RNS Disposal of Interest in Kalahari Metals Limited Metal Tiger plc (AIM: MTR, ASX: MTR), the AIM and ASX listed investor in natural resource opportunities, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Share Purchase Deed with Cobre Limited (ASX: CBE) to sell up to all of its 49% interest in Kalahari Metals Limited ("KML") (the "Transaction"). Cobre Limited currently holds a 51% interest in KML, via its wholly owned subsidiary, Cobre Kalahari Pty Ltd.
06/4/2022
22:27
daemonfunds: it's not affecting the MTR price because they are interested in Cobre not Cobra...
07/3/2022
20:32
fred shred: Yet another buy tip in investors chronicle 3 hours ago saying its NAV is double the current ailing share price. Should bounce to reflect its real value tomo
13/1/2022
23:14
the bull: From SEV22 on the Jubilee Metals Thead Here's the part of Simon Thompson's 'Secrets of Successful Investing' that highlights Jubilee Metals (13th January 2022): Understanding commodity price drivers. The potential for a strong global economic recovery in 2021 was one reason for being long of commodity stocks in 2021 (‘Reasons to be bullish’, IC 18 December 2020). It was not the only one. I was also heeding the bigger picture across the commodity spectrum. In the oil sector, I felt that the combination of well depletions, underinvestment in new oil and gas fields, and an uptick in demand driven by a global economy on the rebound, could all construe to create a perfect storm for black gold in 2021. The oil price subsequently rallied 68 per cent by the autumn of 2021 and the natural gas price soared 144 per cent. Although markets have become volatile following the recent emergence of the Omicron coronavirus variant, relatively strong global demand means it’s sensible to expect the oil price to remain at elevated levels unless national lockdowns return for prolonged periods. It's worth noting that a robust oil price supports an accelerated transition to environmentally friendly energy alternatives. The shift away from fossil fuels is clearly gathering momentum and this has major implications for other commodities. Copper is a major beneficiary from greater demand for electricity given that a higher portion of future power generation is forecast to come from renewable energy. Wind farms and solar panels require up to five times more copper than is needed for fossil fuel power generation, and electric vehicles use four times as much copper as internal combustion engine vehicles. Analysts at research consultancy CRU estimate that wind turbines, electric vehicles and other 'green' technology will require 6m tonnes of refined copper by the 2030s, accounting for 20 per cent of forecast global consumption. Commodity experts at investment bank Bernstein forecast that copper demand from renewables and electric vehicles could grow more than seven times by the 2050s, if the world is going to meet its net-zero greenhouse gas emissions target. That’s a good reason to have exposure to copper producers. Three companies on my small-cap watchlist – Aim-traded Metal Tiger (MTR:21p), Jubilee Metals (JLP:17p) and commodity royalty group Trident Royalties (TRR:38p) – offer exactly that. Rising copper demand augurs well for miners’ profits at a time when there are constraints to supply growth. Colin Bird, chairman of Jubilee Metals, notes that “the outlook for copper in particular remains buoyant, with many predictions that the year 2030 will see a doubling in demand. I see the supply side being severely challenged, with Chile, as a major contributor to the copper supply, being challenged technically and socially. The large copper systems that are now in favour are few and far between and have a gestation period of some 12 years.” Jubilee’s exposure to platinum group metals (PGMs) has green credentials, too, given that the emergence of the fuel cell, particularly in China, is likely to drive up the PGM price as demand for such energy increases over the coming years. The same dynamic is positive for Sylvania Platinum (SLP:90p), a cash-rich, fast-growing, low-cost South African producer and developer of platinum, palladium and rhodium. Another way of playing the green revolution is through companies that will profit from increased demand for electric vehicle battery metals. It’s already happening: the lithium carbonate equivalent (LCE) price has risen fourfold since the start of 2021. That’s good news for Trident, which owns a valuable royalty over the Thacker Pass lithium open mine project in Nevada, one of the largest known lithium deposits in North America. It's worth noting, too, that many investors buy commodities as an inflation hedge. Assuming central banks around the world maintain relatively benign monetary policies as QE programmes are wound down, then the commodity complex should continue to perform well in a negative real interest rate environment. Talk of a commodities supercycle is not without merit.
03/1/2022
11:41
des56daw: Another year of promised delivery has come and gone with no delivery. Though to be fair to Micky McNelly this year he did not specify what was to be delivered, the year before a company in Asia was to be floated and shareholders given shares. The only people that get weighed in this and every year are Micky and his fellow directors. Bring a project to the board(which you just happen to have an interest in, MTR invests you get a nice paid directorship and maybe a wedge of free or discounted shares. So I take it back MTR has delivered just not for the common shareholder, well not unless you consider a 15% drop in the share price, delivery. On a brighter note MTR has delivered about 50% I got on the spike up to 33p having invested at 1.7p(old money). Have now reinvested at about 20.4p and if ST or anyone else pumps it up to 33p+ then I will exit and wait till it returns to 20p ish. Regards Des
14/12/2021
16:30
king_baller: Quite disappointed here. Over most time frames the share price has been poor - and I imagine a lot of private investors will have significantly outperformed metal tiger’s nav or share price. A few bad decisions like southern gold and a few Peruvian shtco’s, have resulted in this being all about the potential royalty.
17/10/2021
21:11
charaxes1: Evening MP. Entry point. Probably around this price. The NAV as at 31 Oct 2021 should show a substantial increase providing equity markets hold up. MTR has made a significant paper profit on Red Dirt Minerals (RDT ASX)over the last few weeks. Then take up of additional Sandfire shares following the recent rights issue looks like very good timing. This used a margin loan facility. Huge gearing uplift. In my opinion an investment in MTR is a waiting game. The equity investments MTR makes is the icing on the cake and keeps the show on the road. The real prize is the royalty income that will accrue once Sandfire (SFR) commence mining at T3/A4. Mining is scheduled to start in 2022/23. So not too far away. SFR continue to aggressively drill across their licences and any future successes will only benefit MTR going into the future. Once the royalty income starts to flow then it will be a pivotal moment for MTR. I imagine MTR will dividend some of the income out. Big plus. But they will have to decide whether to go down the fund route. The jury is out but the royalty will become incredibly valuable to a royalty company as more SFR drill successes come through and they will. My worry is that SFR or a royalty company come in and take MTR out before value is really realised. Apologies a bit rambling but a few thoughts! Good value at this level as we anticipate a further update from Simon Thompson of the Investors Chronicle.
16/10/2021
20:47
charaxes1: MP, it was never clear why PJ left MTR as quickly as he did. It always seemed to me too hasty. At the end of 2016 there was a dogs breakfast at MTR. Alex Borelli launched a bid from BMR, totally ill conceived. He went, a new management team took over. I am not sure PJ can take any credit for MTRs success. Certainly nothing from 2016 onwards. Terry Grammar, ex Chairman and non exec director, was the principal person behind the Botswana deal not PJ. PJ is a great promoter but the jury is definitely out as to his ability to build a sustainable business. Power Metals is a rag tag bunch of second/third class mining licences/opportunities that have done the rounds in previous lives. PJ may strike it lucky on one Power Metal projects but statistics in the mining space weigh heavily against him. MTR now has a serious balance sheet which supports the current share price.
30/5/2020
17:01
skyship: Lazy – you will be pleased to read that you are wrong about consolidations. Consolidations for stupidly low sps reward shareholders as it does two beneficial things: # It attracts a higher number of investors, as many won’t buy penny stocks which are usually the domaine of the financially unsophisticated # It invariably reduces the spread =========================== As set out in the Notice, the Board is proposing a 1 for 10 consolidation in the ordinary shares of the Company. The number of shares the Company currently has in issue is considerably higher than that of the majority of companies on AIM with a similar market capitalisation and the Board believes that this, which results in a share price quoted in single pence, affects investor perception and share price volatility. Accordingly, the primary objective of the proposed share consolidation is to reduce the number of ordinary shares to a level which is more in line with other comparable AIM-traded companies and thereby creating a higher share price per ordinary share. The Board believes that this will improve the marketability of the Company's ordinary shares by way of a higher share price and hopes that, by narrowing the spread of its bid offer price, it will reduce the volatility in the Company's share price.
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