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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier African Minerals Limited LSE:PREM London Ordinary Share VGG7223M1005 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.0025 1.14% 0.2225 17,030,879 08:00:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.22 0.225 0.2225 0.217 0.2225
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.98 -0.01 42
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:42:00 O 422,389 0.222 GBX

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17/9/2021
09:20
Premier African Minerals Daily Update: Premier African Minerals Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PREM. The last closing price for Premier African Minerals was 0.22p.
Premier African Minerals Limited has a 4 week average price of 0.19p and a 12 week average price of 0.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.04p.
There are currently 18,918,009,831 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 220,949,066 shares. The market capitalisation of Premier African Minerals Limited is £42,092,571.87.
10/9/2021
15:21
gerrym two: Certainly a lot of activity Val and lots of buys but some big sells....could have been your guys ETX...not sure. What I do know is the base share price has moved forward and has a solidity to it. Incoming news will move us on again....big time !! As I said before there are traders out there that do take advantage but we are all here on Aims knowing the risks.....Prem a lot less risky than it used to be . GLA . Hold for reward. !!
10/9/2021
06:58
likya123: Important for me when researching any company to talk to the largest private investors, the board and compare other companies in the same sector. After spending many months doing just that it fills me with significant confidence that PREM has one of the very best lithium acreages on the planet. The majority of larger holders strongly believe PREMs resource will be far bigger than Pilbara minerals resource which is a muti billion pound company but PREM will have better grades and cheaper extraction costs. On anything better than average drill assay results (rumours are they're top notch) this will rocket imo. I continue to add when able.
09/9/2021
21:31
likya123: From lse board... Important for me when researching any company to talk to the largest private investors, the board and compare other companies in the same sector. After spending many months doing just that it fills me with significant confidence that PREM has one of the very best lithium acreages on the planet. The majority of larger holders strongly believe PREMs resource will be far bigger than Pilbara minerals resource which is a muti billion pound company but PREM will have better grades and cheaper extraction costs. On anything better than average drill assay results (rumours are they're top notch) this will rocket imo. I continue to add when able.
03/9/2021
21:11
valhalla2017: Gerry - with all respect, I find it interesting that every message board poster invested in prem when it was .03 and sold at .4. I’ve been in prem for years and I can tell you with confidence that when the price was .03 there was very little buying so I’m not sure how everyone ended up with all those 0.03 shares. And it was .4 for less than one afternoon and yet somehow everyone managed to sell at .4. At least I know when I’m full of it. Most LTH bought years ago in the .4 - .6 range so the share price is still down 50-70%.
15/8/2021
15:44
eeezeeetiger: Is this a case of buying the rumour selling the news? Is there going to be a placing? Does prem have the money to get the mine up and running? Has the share price just gone up this year based on perceived demand for lithium? Serious questions as I am considering buying here but am unsure
02/8/2021
12:23
pwhite73: That's because there is no correlation between the price of Spodumene and Prem share price. Prem share price is tanking because of the forward selling of placing shares. Who do you think just sold 10 million into the string of buys?
08/7/2021
14:05
pwhite73: bluemango - That's the £1 billion question with all these AIM/small cap stocks at what point does the progress of the company begin to override the dilution where the share price begins to rise. That depends on what the share database looks like. When you have a company where there are billions of shares and nobody over 3% other than the directors who got their shares for free the answer is never. For as Valhalla just pointed out they make acquisitions elsewhere or find any excuse to continue the gravy train and report losses for tax reasons. I honestly thought Prem/GR had turned the corner when they were awarded the exploratory license for Zulu. This appears not to be the case. All existing shareholders can do now is wait for the next spike related news before getting out if they can.
08/7/2021
08:44
pwhite73: Drip drip drip. Placing shares after placing shares. 0.24p is now a distant memory. Zulu has no JV partner therefore the entire operations are being funded by its small shareholders and this is reflected in the continual falling share price. PREM can only spike on news then spends the next six months months falling as the company places more and shares to fund its various operations.
23/6/2021
12:11
deanmatlazin: A reminder of scoping study Premier African Minerals Limited Zulu Scoping Study Concentrate option US$127.3M NPV10 and 85.9% IRR, Lithium Carbonate option US$718.9m NPV10 and 80.4% IRR Premier African Minerals Limited ("PREM" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the results of a scoping study completed on its Zulu Lithium and Tantalum Project ("Zulu" or "Zulu Project") in Zimbabwe ("Scoping Study"). The Scoping Study has been prepared in compliance with the guidelines of SAMREC by independent South African mine planning consultants, Bara Consulting (Pty) Limited ("Bara Consulting"). The Scoping Study is the first study undertaken by PREM to evaluate the economics of developing: - An open pit mine and processing facility to directly produce spodumene and petalite concentrate (Concentrate Sales Option); and - A processing facility for a lithium carbonate plant (Lithium Carbonate Option) Results of the Scoping Study demonstrate excellent potential for developing a robust, low capital cost lithium project with low operating costs, strong cash flow generation capacity and significant upside potential through further Resource growth. Scoping Study (Concentrate Sales Option) Highlights: -- Target annual production of 84,000 tonnes of spodumene concentrate and 32,500 tonnes of petalite concentrate -- Pre-tax Net Present Value ("NPV") of US$127 million (10% discount rate) -- Pre-tax Internal Rate of Return ("IRR") of 86% -- Gross Revenue of US$1 billion (US$800/tonne spodumene concentrate price and US$400/tonne petalite concentrate price over Life of Mine -- Initial Capital Cost of US$64 million -- C1 Operating cost of US$486 per tonne of concentrate -- Peak Funding Requirement US$38 million -- 2-year payback (After-tax from the start of production) -- Robust mine plan derived from Mineral Resources Estimate -- Initial 15+ year mine life at an average strip ratio of 5.5:1 -- Significant potential for additional mineralization close to the Main Zone
13/5/2021
08:46
pwhite73: Even if the placing price is known and announced the share price will continue to tank as the company has no joint venture partner that had the cash to place money on the table for a stake in their projects. That's what the real problem is. They don't have the money to proceed to any meaningful end. China or a major has to step in or another decimal point and 0 will appear in front of the share price.
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