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PXC Phoenix Copper Limited

24.00
1.00 (4.35%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Phoenix Copper Limited LSE:PXC London Ordinary Share VGG7060R1139 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 4.35% 24.00 22.00 23.00 23.00 22.00 23.00 342,745 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec 0 -1.54M -0.0083 -27.11 41.52M
Phoenix Copper Limited is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PXC. The last closing price for Phoenix Copper was 23p. Over the last year, Phoenix Copper shares have traded in a share price range of 10.125p to 38.50p.

Phoenix Copper currently has 184,535,054 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Phoenix Copper is £41.52 million. Phoenix Copper has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -27.11.

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17/5/2024
09:42
I assume the restrictions on the company to communicate things has now been lifted.

I hope that communications will revert back to videos and live discussion, with no participation in online forums where it can be easy to be drawn into arguments with those who are not brave enough to voice their opinions in a real-world setting. In my opinion the company need to start acting a little more professional in this regard.

Trolls will always fish for arguments, and people shouldn't take the bait. If the troll stops catching fish they will soon move on to new waters.

copper copper
17/5/2024
09:22
Only time will tell RR. My guess is that if you are NOT a shareholder kiddo, then you should really ask your questions to the BoD. They will openly and gladly give you a response.
Some of your questions are sound, but please don`t come over as another troll, which appears to be your aim here.
If you don`t want to invest here, then leave the site. ttfn old boy.

klondykejohn
17/5/2024
09:12
Going well then.
bonio10000
17/5/2024
08:45
Years of spend, spend, spend to look forward to now.
bsg
17/5/2024
08:44
Told you guys sell on news it was
blakesmith
17/5/2024
08:42
Yep those bonds were worth waiting for .
juju44
17/5/2024
08:25
Funny how this company discounts news before the news comes out...tis better travelling than arriving here.Unfortunately it means the lucky punters who buy before the news spin them on the news negating what is quite clearly a major positive in getting the project to production ( something i doubted before any PFS let alone BFS was produced). A number of information gaps need filling around the economics then it will be possible to look at the future cash flows coming and when , against the debt and dilution.Hopefully the numbers will be compelling as a long term opportunity.
kooba
16/5/2024
23:39
RR. why don`t you do some research.
Oh, by the way m8, rns released in Sepy 2023 gives some recovery rates.
But, as I say though, best to do your own research kiddo. ttfn

klondykejohn
16/5/2024
23:15
Good to see the conversation has moved on from Will we be mining anything? To how we will be recovering the metals, surely that decision won’t be too difficult, especially with 80 million at hand.. Onwards and upwards.
paulhopeful
16/5/2024
22:50
To be fair tho if the company had simply released their metallurgical test work results, and released a feasibility study with a process flowsheet, we wouldn't be having these random conversations about the use of ammonium thiosulphate and Uzbekistan and distant authoritarian regimes.
rainyrain
16/5/2024
22:50
I'm glad PXC employ metallurgists with decades of experience of trialling multiple processing techniques for multiple successful mines rather than someone who admits no knowledge who think they understand everything from a qoogle search on the internet.

For some reason employing professionals gives me confidence,

investorman33
16/5/2024
22:34
It gets complicated with copper and gold m8 from what I've read in some extremely boring and technical papers. Conventional heap leach with Sulphuric acid is extremely straightforward and easy, so I think I'll stick with easy projects LoL!
rainyrain
16/5/2024
22:26
Rainy rain
Two of the largest open pit gold mines in the world use thiosulphate leaching - one of them on the famous Carlin trend in the next door state of Nevada and the other in Uzbekistan. so the technology works fine.

The better known sulphuric acid process also works well. So up to the technical guys as to which they think most suitable for Empire ore on a number of criteria including metal recoveries, cost etc

investorman33
16/5/2024
21:12
Thanks. My only worry is has the test work been robust enough, and can you get the staff to run the operation effectively? Essentially, can you pull it off?

For me personally, it's way too risky, so as they say on Dragons Den....I'm out!

Best of luck!

All imho DYOR!

rainyrain
16/5/2024
20:56
The important thing is that instead of heap leaching on the flat area below the pit we are aiming to use flotation followed by circuit leaching next to the pit. That has lots of benefits. Whether we use ATS or SO4 in the leach tanks won't make a material difference. They produce different mixes of metals but the overall value is pretty similar. It will fluctuate: ATS produces more gold and silver, SO4 more copper.
donald pond
16/5/2024
20:35
OK, calm down, kiddo. I don't want to get you all riled up. Strange list of countries there fella; at first glance they look like dictatorships that maybe have their own codes and don't use JORC or Canadian NI 43-101 ????.....LoL!

I'll stop with this ammonium thiosulphate thing then if you're not using it any more. Or may use it. May not tho. Or perhaps you haven't got a clue what the best way forward is. Or perhaps you do, but don't really. Who knows? Guess we will have to wait for the big reveal "shortly"

rainyrain
16/5/2024
20:26
There are a few mines in Uzbekistan, China and Russia that use ATS. I hope that brings an end to this matterAnd I would add that the company hasn't said whether it will be using ATS. If you read the annual report and historical RNSs you will see that initially we considered ATS on heap leach pads, then we decided to use flotation followed by leaching in a closed tank. We announced with ATS that picked up more gold and silver, and that with SO4 it produced more copper. Whichever approach we choose will use the same equipment.
donald pond
16/5/2024
20:04
I'm sorry I'm just hooked on calling people kiddo, I think it's brill
rainyrain
16/5/2024
20:01
Listen kiddo, after a social license to operate, metallurgical test work and recoveries are the next most important thing I reckon. You may find it extremely irritating, but I find losing money even more extremely irritating...kiddo!
rainyrain
16/5/2024
19:47
Phoenix Copper are presenting on Thursday at Mello2024 next week



If you have never been before you can get a £30 ticket using the code NEW2MELLO24

davidosh
16/5/2024
19:46
rainyR ..... you're not being stupid, but there's another word or phrase that springs to mind.
bradders51
16/5/2024
19:34
Hi everyone I am relatively new to this stock and, like you all, enjoying the increased value of my holding. My question is 'sell or hold'?
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