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
  0.01 3.03% 0.34 6,119,250 12:21:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.32 0.36 0.345 0.33 0.33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.74 -0.22 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:33:59 O 2,500,000 0.33 GBX

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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 0.33p.
Oriole Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.31p and a 12 week average price of 0.19p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.62p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.19p.
There are currently 771,801,276 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,430,096 shares. The market capitalisation of Oriole Resources Plc is £2,624,124.34.
troc1958: Recent share price drop smacks of a new fundraiser. Probably around 0.25p, but that's pure speculation
thecoyone: Not commented since February but despair continues, stuck in here with an average multiples of the pathetic share price. The Crux interview contained a number of odd statements by Livesey, he now wants to alienate historic Stratex shareholders like myself against new ones, he claims the company is no longer Stratex, he is right but by name only, it still has ALL of the Stratex projects he inherited. Look at this presentation soon after Livesey was appointed (Q1 2018) and compare to the Crux one 24 months later, it's obvious he has failed to deliver the value he implied "everyone will see value over the next few months" (19mins) Https:// The most galling aspect is the total lack of activity, he also failed to explain how this land grab in Cameroon will deliver value. The guy interviewing Livesey was no mug, you could see his frustration as Livesey failed and struggled to value each and every project. What a mess. Iamgold are still dithering over the mine build at Boto in Senegal, even if they go ahead the JV deal has boxed in Oriole, the JV has actually hindered shareholder value, had the JV not happened the major would have been forced to make ORR a monetary offer for exploration rights, instead shareholders are at the whim and mercy of the major for ever and an age. The interview had little to entice new investors IMO, can't see anything tangible ahead.
observer007: Cannot buy online currently for what it's worth. I would not be surprised to see a material re-rate here over the next few weeks, the share price hit .62p in January and looked to be going higher, then we had the market demise.
observer007: New data placed on JV partner Iamgold website shows that for every $100 rise in the gold price adds $70m to the NPV of their Boto gold project. Accordingly the NPV has risen from $210m to a current $400m - no wonder they are advertising for jobs. Expect ORR share price to add significant value if they confirm they are going to build the mine, that investment decision could align with their Q1 statement in early May. For those unaware if Iamgold build the mine ORR could monetise their nearby licence. Not a time to be out of ORR.
mrmcnee: I suppose it boils down to how long do you give a new CEO to perform, if he was aware he needed to deliver shareholder value in the shortish term as Tadtech suggests then clearly he has failed. Checking the website I see Mr Livesey was appointed in March 2018, coming up to 2 years, in that time the highest the share price has been is .62p and the lowest .25p Looking at the long term chart of Stratex the share price was trading around 1.5p to 2.5p for a very long time, it seems when Mr Livesey was appointed it was around .85p. It is true to say he has not done anything to excite so far.
thecoyone: Lots of optimism here over recent times but facts are facts, the share price has been in decline for over 3 years, shareholders have had their wealth destroyed in this time, 2.5p in June 2016 to current .42p as a result of woeful management. Worse still the new CEO who was appointed in March 2018 to return shareholder value has delivered nothing, on the contrary, a fall of 50% since his appointment. The jury remains out, will soon be 6 weeks since the Strategic Update suggesting asset sales, nothing so far. Whilst it can be argued the company has assets worth far more than the current £2.5m market valuation the new BOD seem to lack the skill set to deliver this value by way share price increase. Livesey & Co need to start delivering, deeds not words.
observer007: T-D-C Ahead of the EGM in November 2017 the assets held within the then Stratex were valued by share price Angel at 3p a share, or £14m. Since then there has been 40% dilution of that valuation but value added elsewhere, namely the $8m JV with Iamgold. The share price should be nearer 1.6p as opposed to the current .37p As you say a major valuation discrepancy.
tadtech: I have a feeling the share price suppression that has been going on for nearly 2 years is about to come to an end following the Strategic Review RNS on Thursday, talking about asset sales. If there is a significant short position here (let's face it most exploration juniors are targets) market participants will have been rattled, so how do they close? Is an old fashioned bear squeeze about to occur ?? The CEO looks like he will not be bullied by such entities, offers of expensive loans or dilutive money 'no thank you' I think the attack on Oriole's share price has become personal. To see how far ORR has been manipulated down just look at the peer comparison chart below - all companies operate in West Africa. Nearest clone company Cora Gold stock price has trebled this year, at the same time ORR has fallen 30% despite many great news releases, valued at only £2m. A great entry point for newbies, hopefully long term holders will see 2p again, that's only a £14m m/cap !!
tadtech: I have been a shareholder here for a very long time and fully understand the discontentment being expressed by others and am equally annoyed. This company was sailing along nicely in late 2016 with a near 50% stake in a gold mine in Turkey that came into production with a 30,000oz pa target, the share price was 2.5p and moving higher. The old BOD then had 'issues' with their partners who refused to pay them the 1st share of revenues. This is where it started to go wrong, the CEO stepped down soon after. Under the disastrous regime of new CEO Marcus Englebrecht they 'sold' the mine stake for a mere £7m (SP Angel suggested the stake was worth in excess of £20m) He then proposed a catastrophic deal which would have wiped out existing equity, the shareholders revolted and booted him out. Most of the £7m sale proceeds were squandered on fighting their own shareholders, payments to solicitors/advisers and termination of employment compensation due to the aborted deal. When Tim Livesey was appointed there was around £3m left. It is true that Tim Livesey made many claims in Q2 2018, he made them in public presentations and during networking, he was aware of the bitter shareholder base who demanded a return of value, he said he needed 6 to 12 months, a fact. I have to say I am exceptionally disappointed about the share price, since the AGM in May the company has not made itself available to its shareholders via presentations and there has been a lack of news, there are many questions that need answering, in my view they have become shifty and elusive, very much like the old board. The market does not believe the new BOD will deliver shareholder value, this needs to change and they need to explain what their strategy is, simply saying they are a 'project developer' is far to woolly. The main route to significant value for ORR is the Iamgold JV in Senegal (something that Tim Livesey was not involved with) The major has stated a Mining Licence is expected this year, they have also confirmed the mine build is their number one objective, if this happens it opens the door for a deal like the old Stratex secured with Centerra, a project sale that brought in $20m, or some other value proposition. You have to ask why there has been no resource statement in Senegal despite a spend of around £5m over 6 years, surely there must be internal estimates, if not why not, the licence is surrounded by 50m ounces of proven gold with major gold mines nearby. I think the next two months will be very interesting, the status quo has to change, interesting to note that the newly appointed CFO of Arc Minerals has a 5% stake in ORR.
highly geared: Chart starting to develop nicely. Gold meeting resistance in the $1290_95 range . Might see a pull back to $1250 before the next up leg? Nothing in ORR share price for positive developments or where this could head with a confluence of good company news and a gold price $1300_$1500 over the next 2 years. Buy when the share price is on the floor and no ones interested after years of decline. Counter intuitive but that’s how money is made...
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