Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Orosur Mining LSE:OMI London Ordinary Share CA6871961059 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.05p -12.50% 7.35p 2,882,821 16:28:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.20p 7.50p 8.35p 7.15p 7.55p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 27.93 -20.46 -0.24 5.7

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16/10/201806:39Orosur Mining Inc. - ISA eligible gold miner17,934
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Orosur Mining Daily Update: Orosur Mining is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OMI. The last closing price for Orosur Mining was 8.40p.
Orosur Mining has a 4 week average price of 7.15p and a 12 week average price of 1.58p.
The 1 year high share price is 16.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.58p.
There are currently 77,979,809 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 843,180 shares. The market capitalisation of Orosur Mining is £5,731,515.96.
noirua: hTTp:// hTTps:// hTTp:// tidy 2s' links now one click away. I expect others took the opportunity today to add stock at under 9p a share. The OMI share price hasn't yet really taken off. Cantor Fitzgerald target was C$0.61. This was before the Newmont event and looks conservative. Cantor Fitzgerald Asa Bridle - August 15, 2017 - C$0.61 (£0.38)
mrdollarbill: GGP is a DOG ! GH lied to lead most investors up the garden path last year with all his tweets about visiting different city's where NEWMONT / Newcrest / Rio offices are and posting newspaper articles about NEWMONT on his feed trying to suggest a deal might be happening ? Think this was maybe one of the reasons NEWMONT walked as GH was to unprofessional and couldn't be trusted to keep his mouth shut ! He came across as a attention seeker ! Anyway GGP have billions of shares in issue we have millions ! Big difference for share price movement and we have seen how fast this can move :) Look at that RNS SOLG had Friday only moved about 10% in my view because they have so many shares in issue now it doesn't really get motoring . OMI seems the best place for the return here
jon1962: Yes especially when you want in cheap and your desperate to get in lol hence your desire for people to sell.You are looking at the share price rather then the market cap! SOLG in case you are not aware increased 50 times their 1p low and a considerable multiple of the price when Newcrest entered at that time.The SOLG comparison on that basis alone would make this compelling in my opinion so we already have a precedent.In addition our grades so far are excellent and over a small fraction of the while licence .
bmwman3: This share price is only going up and there is nothing you can post to change that! Investing not gambling is the name of this game! ????
tidy 2: Newmont / OMI deal struck.Orosur (OMI) has secured US$2m (at a 229% pre-deal premium to its share price) via a private placement with Newmont Mining (NEM) in relation to its Anzá project in Colombia. This alleviates OMI's near-term corporate cash requirements and provides it with a funded route for Anzá through to production. Considering the beleaguered state of OMI before this with production at its Uruguay assets on care and maintenance, this initial financing from one of the world's pre-eminent gold miners offers a realistic development route to realising Anzá 's potential value.Newmont farm-inhTTps://
jon1962: The market is much smaller over their.950K or so volume compared to 17.5 million over here so I doubt it will make much difference to the closing price here! Even if it were to fall to say 7p the turn around in the share price will be rapid in my opinion and I doubt anyone would be able to top up in size at that price.Bitcoin may be able to increase his portfolio by 50% and buy say a 1000 shares and that will be it in my opinion.
temmujin: yes i agree..they get their money back when the share price rockets,its one big con really to make the 'bergs' rich...lifes easy when you control the markets as well...can see this doing a solgold 2p to 50p pretty quickly now
fangorn2: In case anyone interested - comments from Graham Neary Stockopedia side. Graham Neary – SCVP Share price: 5.625p (-12%) No. of shares: 117.6 million Market cap: £7 million Q3 2018 Results Apologies for going off-topic with this South American gold miner (we don't usually cover resources here). Production is down and cash operating costs are up ($1065/oz). The company performed to expectations for several years but is now enduring a period of bad luck. It is taking some drastic measures to preserve cash: During the Quarter, and in large part due to the performance of the SG UG [San Gregorio Underground Mine], the Company commenced the implementation of a strategic initiative to reduce costs in Uruguay and corporate structure aimed at improving profitability and preserving cash. As part of this initiative, during Q3 18, greenfield exploration was suspended and non-essential corporate and support costs have been drastically reduced, with Directors and officers agreeing to reduce their fees and salaries by 20%. I've followed this company on and off for several years and have always been impressed by management's execution at the mine. For many years, they hit their production targets and kept costs under control. More recently, things have not been going so well. Staff have been let go. Directors have shared in the pain by taking salary cuts. This stock serves as a reminder for me of the difficulty of investing in the mining sector. Even when you have a mine generating substantial quantities of gold and the directors/Chief Exec are skilled, it's still hard to make money in the long-term. Investing cash flow has always been a significant expense at Orosur. Over the last nine months, it has spent an additional $12.55 million, compared to $10.3 million during the previous 12 months. Compare this to the current market cap and you get a sense of how material it is. The company is in net debt and that is despite selling nearly $3 million of new shares in a private placement last year. One area I'm working on is my ability to appraise management, and sticking with managers who (more or less) do what they say they are going to do, while avoiding those who don't. I owned shares in Orosur back in 2013/2014, when a dividend was promised from the free cash flow which the company was going to generate in the years ahead. The dividend never materialised, as the company preferred to make various investments instead, and I bailed out of the shares, potentially dodging a bullet. So far, shareholders have had to put more money into the company, instead of getting a payout. I don't see how this share can end well for investors, unless the price of gold can come to its rescue. In my opinion, the StockRanks correctly identify it as a Value Trap.
augustusgloop: Nonsense. Complete rubbish. The first share price that I can establish for OMI was 240p in Jan 2005 = 11 years ago If they had paid a 5% dividend and maintained it you would have received 12p per year for 11 years = 132p return, which you could have earned more interest on. Instead they paid you nothing. The POG in 2003 (when I have first evidence of OMI producing) was $340 its now $1,262 --- its increased by 270% The POG is up by a factor of 3.7 The OMI share price is down by 93% (from my first discovered sp) It doesn't seem to support your idea that the new discoveries and the massive rise in the POG made the possibility of a 132p cumulative dividend pale into insignificance. In fact it shows that shareholders have been completely stiffed!
2sporrans: Q4 production results, to end May should be known now. Will Orosur hold off release until go with the Full Year Fiscal job in August? With the POG stabilising, possible release or 'leak' of production figures, dip in the OMI share price and toppy look to global equities, is this an opportunity to top up? Hope so as repurchased a 20k share slice sold 18.3 [last POG surge] for 17.2.
Orosur Mining share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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