Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Prairie Min LSE:PDZ London Ordinary Share AU000000PDZ2 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 20.75p 0 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
20.00p 21.50p 20.75p 20.75p 20.75p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.63 -14.67 -8.32 44.0

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25/3/201905:27Praire Mining--Big House on the Praire604
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Prairie Min Daily Update: Prairie Min is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PDZ. The last closing price for Prairie Min was 20.75p.
Prairie Min has a 4 week average price of 17.50p and a 12 week average price of 16.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 50.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 16.50p.
There are currently 212,275,089 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,706 shares. The market capitalisation of Prairie Min is £44,047,080.97.
lord gnome: Super articles plenty. Surely we are on to a winner here. I can't understand why the share price doesn't reflect the hope value. A takeover would provide a clean exit for Prairie's investors. Tic toc.
lord gnome: So now we have the RNS confirming talks still ongoing and hinting at a deal to come. Bringing in a few buyers and we have a tick up in the share price. Helpful to say the least.
lord gnome: Having done a little bit of digging, it would appear that the sudden burst of selling may be something to do with the future of the CEO of JSW. A story has appeared in the Polish press to the effect that the Polish government wants to sack him, but that he is being protected by the trades unions. The way I see things, any threat to him is a threat to our proposed deal, hence the fall in the share price.
lord gnome: Excellent news this morning. Hopefully we can look forward to the recovery of our share price. Onwards and upwards.
lord gnome: Now let me get this straight. On 3 April, the share price sinks through the floor as a few worried investors sell out following an RNS about a delay in issuing a permit. Three days later on 6 April two of our biggest shareholders have both been so busy buying all the loose stock that they have to announce substantial increases in their positions (crossing announcement thresholds). Can I join the dots on this one?
lord gnome: Nice find guyswonga74. Thanks for posting. We may have to be patient for a while longer, but sooner or later this deal will be done and we should all become a bit wealthier as a result. It might just be a very good Christmas. Edit: And now we have a RNS announcement confirming this. Shouldn't do the share price any harm today.
serabi_mining_srb: Huge RNS from Serabi Mining SRB 15 million USD investment at the current Share Price, to a single investor. Very low valuation considering its level of gold output. Results this month, last November showed a huge jump in cash to over 9.7 million USD. Rerate now undeway, and stock in very short supply. Up almost 30% already....
amaretto: That's about $440m. Now if they could only buy a local hard coking mine at a huge discount for a snip at say $250m. That would be the equivalent of just over a £1 in cash on our share price. Plus we'd still have the Jan Karski asset.
lord gnome: Interesting news, Cottoner. I suppose it all comes down to price. How much will JSW pay and on what basis. I dare say that the Chinese would also be interested in buying Jan Karski. Whatever, I don't see Prairie staying with this until first production in 2023. They will cash out, and possibly in the next twelve months. Hopefully at a price that is some multiple of the current share price. Somebody behind the scenes is buying up all the loose stock at 43p. The market has absorbed a heck of a lot of selling in the last few sessions and the price hasn't budged. Definitely one to hold tight.
lord gnome: More sellers about this morning, but over 250,000 have been absorbed so far and the share price hasn't budged. Somebody must have a big buy order being filled.
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