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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Oriole Resources Plc LSE:ORR London Ordinary Share GB00B0T29327 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -1.79% 1.375 10,450,707 16:25:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.35 1.40 1.40 1.375 1.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.74 -0.22 21
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:40 O 2,067,263 1.4869 GBX

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02/3/2021
08:20
Oriole Resources Daily Update: Oriole Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ORR. The last closing price for Oriole Resources was 1.40p.
Oriole Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.20p and a 12 week average price of 0.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.93p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.19p.
There are currently 1,552,863,789 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 20,986,407 shares. The market capitalisation of Oriole Resources Plc is £21,351,877.10.
12/2/2021
08:21
the_debt_collector: If volume drops warrant selling will take over, share price weakness will then occur, it is a battle between new buyers and 0.68p warrant holders currently, still 240m 0.68p warrants to convert.
10/2/2021
08:45
the stigologist: GGP tanking again Easiest play around 1000m of GGP cash looking for a new home ... for new exciting Exploration plays ORR is drilling two Company makers concurrently Just a fraction of that GGP comes towards ORR we know ORR will rocket just from the 'Flow of Funds' effect Add NEWS on drill results and it becomes explosive upside potential
10/2/2021
08:32
goldenshread: ORR nearest peer is valued at £55m and they only have one fifth of the land mass in Senegal to Oriole ORR are only valued at £26m in comparison A £55m m/cap for ORR would equal 3.6p a share, still cheap
09/2/2021
14:37
the stigologist: The market is wrong lolz Note GGP falls. I think there is so much money leaking from GGP that ORR is a lay up trade £1000m Flow of Funds out of GGP where will it go ? If some of it tries to go to £20m ORR we all know what happens GGP is Sharon Stone vs ORR is 'Insert whoever is current Hollywood pin up for the He/Him/Her/Them/Personal Pronoun Generation'
01/2/2021
12:47
the stigologist: ORR CFO confirming they issued 'Share Price Movement' RNS 'reluctantly' hTtps://twitter.com/Stockonomist/status/1356219335853924359 Well worth watching the whole video to get sense of how confident and excited they are about 2 game changing drilling campaigns.
29/1/2021
08:19
easwarareddy: Just hope we start going up in share price too. A lot of stocks seem lower past week. Hopefully we'll start going positive soon
26/1/2021
17:00
the skipper: Good to see the share price stablising around these levels and easy to see that 2p could be gone pdq on any decent drilling results. Hopefully we'll get some feedback from the company prior to assay results coming back from the lab.
20/1/2021
09:09
zxie: notes the recent and sustained rise in the Company's share price and the Board confirms that it is not aware of any specific reason for this increase. The Company is not aware of any developments beyond those notified to the market historically and summarised in yesterday's announcement (announcement 18 January 2021). The Company will provide any updates on the projects as they become available.
16/11/2020
22:20
the skipper: Ahead of tomorrow’s webinar it’s worth reminding ourselves of Shard’s assessment of ORR as an undervalued stock in their recent note to clients: Oriole swoops on a new gold frontier Oriole is gearing up to press its first-mover advantage in Cameroon, a new frontier in goldexploration. A drill rig has been mobilised to commence a maiden drill programme at the company’s Bibemi gold project, part of a major exploration push in the country. Oriole will befollowing up on high-grade gold results identified in rock chips and trenches. Despite having similar prospective geology to other West African gold-producing countries, Cameroon has seen minimal modern exploration. In Senegal, Oriole’s partner IAMGOLD fully funds exploration and has commenced Year-3 earn-in drilling at the Senala project as part of an $8m deal. ► Balanced portfolio. Oriole has exposure to two jurisdictions in West Africa; 1.) early stage exploration in Cameroon (Bibemi, Wapouzé), a new frontier for gold exploration and 2.)strategically partnered with mid-tier gold producer IAMGOLD in Senegal (Senala project)within a proven gold belt. We see this as an attractive project portfolio with differing risk-reward dynamics, yet both have compelling opportunities for discovery and value creation. ► First-mover in Cameroon. Despite Cameroon having highly prospective Pan-African geologysimilar to West African peers, it has seen very little in the way of exploration, especially using modern techniques/technology. There is extensive evidence of gold artisanal mining and Oriole itself has identified high-grade gold at surface, yet to be drill tested. The Cameroon government is now promoting foreign investment, and with an established base in the country and 2.5 years’ fieldwork under its belt, Oriole has an unrivalled opportunity to leverage a first mover advantage in the country. The majors will undoubtably have eyes on Cameroon and will be watching Oriole’s progress carefully. ► Drills about to turn at Bibemi. Following the recent placing, the planned 3,000m maiden drill programme at Bibemi is fully funded. Sites have been selected to follow up on zones of stacked quartz veins and high-grade results from rock chips and trenching. Within the 5km central zone of Bibemi (part of a 20km mineralised trend), Oriole’s work has returned highly encouraging results inc; rock chips of 43.76gt Au and 35.86g/t Au and trench results of 6m at 3.02g/t Au, 2m at 9.96g/t Au and 9m at 3.14g/t Au. With high grades over decent widths at surface, the first drill programme is highly anticipated and due to kick off later in Q4 2020. ► Pressing the advantage. Oriole is assembling a dominant land position in Cameroon, with the early stage Wapouzé project (mineralisation identified over a 13km strike) and the application for c.3,500km2 of licences in Central Cameroon. The company has a clear competitive advantage and in fact, once the licences are granted, Oriole will have one of thelargest landholdings out of any junior explorer in West Africa. ► Senegal. Mid-tier gold producer IAMGOLD is in Year-3 of a potential 6-year earn-in to Oriole’s Senala licence. Located in the highly prospective and productive Kédougou-Kéniéba inlier, a region with a +40Moz gold endowment, the licence is proximal to major crustal structures that control the distribution of multi-million-ounce gold deposits in the region. ► Senala drilling underway. Year-3 work by IAMGOLD includes a 10,000m air-core drill programme at the Faré prospect in the north of the 473km2 licence which Oriole believes has potential for a standalone deposit. Drill results are expected in Q1 2021. In the south of the licence, the Madina Bafé prospect has the potential for synergies with IAMGOLD’s 2.5Moz construction-ready Boto project, being within trucking distance. The work is being fully funded by IAMGOLD. ► Good entry point. At a £5.4m market cap, Oriole currently trades at a considerable discount to the market value of comparable West African gold explorers. The current entry point is compelling, prior to maiden drilling at Bibemi and prior to drill results due from Faré. The opening up of a new gold frontier to modern exploration happens only once, and Oriole is heading the charge in Cameroon. Neither project is adequately reflected in the current share price in our view, and we expect a re-rating as news flow increases. We see little rationale for Oriole’s current value disconnect. We believe there is significant potential for discoveries and value-add from grassroots exploration in underexplored Cameroon, coupled with a major work programme in the heart of Senegal’s prolific gold belt.
22/10/2020
07:36
grimreaper2019: One wonders if the resolutions will be accepted by the major shareholders in ORR, these matters are never straight forward, rarely does everyone vote so it does not take much to block proposals. If a couple of the larger shareholders in ORR vote NO to the dilution then it could get very messy. The share price reaction post the placing news could have been short positions closing out to start the rise from 0.40p, there was nothing operational to justify the large % gain. The shares could fall back until the resolutions are passed therefore.
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