Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rambler Metals & Mining Plc LSE:RMM London Ordinary Share GB00B06Y3F14 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.005 1.25% 0.405 236,262,056 13:01:30
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.40 0.41 0.41 0.375 0.395
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 13.99 -6.78 -0.06 44
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:30:57 O 244,021 0.4098 GBX

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Rambler Metals & Mining Daily Update: Rambler Metals & Mining Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RMM. The last closing price for Rambler Metals & Mining was 0.40p.
Rambler Metals & Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.37p and a 12 week average price of 0.31p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.22p.
There are currently 10,744,848,677 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 500,571,236 shares. The market capitalisation of Rambler Metals & Mining Plc is £43,516,637.14.
jgregory10: I agree RMM have been very transparent in their RNS and although it maybe not what people want to hear right now it is very reassuring as an investor. This year is a build year those that hold medium to long as the current prices will be well rewarded in the next 12 -18 months. Copper prices are only going up so onwards and upwards for RMM
pensionplanner: excellence. I can see why front running at 35 is suggested and where I did see some LSE comments. Why on earth would any company put out an RNS like RMM did and send out clear signals they needed more money, which would be a green light for shorters, a green light to decimate the share price and they would certainly know that? It can only come from limited sources, such as a placing, debt, or quite possibly JV or sale of assets or part of. We'll see what happens, but personally I see RMM's potential outweighing risk still, which is why I've bought in the market anyway. The drop seems overdone, but certainly fanned by the RNS.
excellance: There are other opportunities, the share price MAY drop lower here, but I'm sticking with RMM and building a large position while I can. Of course i wasn't delighted with the drop from 60 to 40 but it has allowed me to buy more, so there is opportunity in adversity. I could do with another 5m but will need to sell something else to get it. I'll have to see how things pan out in the next few days, and I think we probably have 2 or 3 days at these low levels before a rebound properly begins, but I'm sure it will rebound.
pensionplanner: excellence. it may drop, but with a share price so low, such drops are negligible in terms of the long term resources and long term potential, where the share price now represents in my opinion an easier way to increase holding, as if the fundamentals change favourably you wouldn't be able to buy RMM for anywhere near current level
excellance: To be fair, if this was a dead cert then the share price wouldn't be 0.60p That said, they are doing the work needed, are better funded than ever before, with low debt, and a copper price that has more than doubled. Copper supply will not meet demand any time soon thanks to electrification and an ever growing global population, plus the diminishing value of any currency you can think of.
master rsi: Why is the Rambler Metals & Mining (RMM) share price surging? Zaven Boyrazian - Tue, 4 May 2021, 11:52 am·- The Motley Fool After seeing its share price slashed from 2.05p to 0.34p in 2020, Rambler Metals & Mining (LSE:RMM) is finally starting to rise. In fact, over the course of April alone, the stock was up 87.5%! It’s worth noting that it’s still down by 65% over the last 12 months. But what’s causing this sudden growth? And should I be adding this stock to my portfolio? A rising RMM share price Rambler is a copper and gold producer that operates within the Baie Verte Peninsula in Canada. In recent years the company has been struggling. And once Covid-19 hit, it actually came close to insolvency. But based on the latest set of published results, it seems that this risk has receded for now. The management team successfully completed the sale of its gold circuit as well as other exploration properties and royalties to Maritime Resources for US$2m (all monetary figures are in US dollars). In addition, it was able to perform a major financial restructuring through an oversubscribed share placement that raised a further $10.5m. Using these funds, the firm negotiated new financing agreements and satisfied existing creditors that brought the overall level of debt back under control. After all this, total debt was reduced from $13.8m in 2019 to $3.5m at the end of 2020. Similarly, the cash on the balance sheet rose from $1.9m to $6.2m. And so, with a much stronger financial position, the business not only survived the impact of the pandemic but also came out stronger, in my opinion. Therefore the recent surge in the RMM share price doesn’t surprise me. What’s next for the business? With the looming threat of bankruptcy no longer a primary concern, all focus is being placed on restoring production volumes to pre-pandemic levels. Ming Mine is the firm’s primary asset and its production levels dropped considerably last year. The management team has begun restoring Ming to its full capacity of 1,350 tonnes per day. This process is expected to be completed by December this year at the latest. What’s more, the company is also investing in expanding this production capability to 2,000 tonnes per day by 2022. And at the same time, it’s establishing an ore sorting facility at the Ming Mine site to improve operational efficiency. Needless to say, this sounds very promising. But it’s worth remembering that any delays or further disruptions to its operations could cause significant volatility for the RMM share price. Also, because this is a mining business, it is very susceptible to fluctuating commodity prices. Copper is in high demand at the moment, which has increased its value. But as more mines become operational and the metals shortage nears an end, these increased prices may not last. This could have a negative impact on Rambler’s operating profits. I believe the worst has passed for Rambler. The business appears to be back on track, and if it can increase its production volumes to the forecast level, I think the RMM share price can continue to rise. Having said that, like many small-cap mining companies, it still carries a considerable level of risk. Personally, I’m going to wait and see how it progresses in restoring Ming’s production volumes before adding any shares to my portfolio.
master rsi: Is the Rambler Metals and Mining (RMM) share price about to explode? Rupert Hargreaves | Tuesday, 27th April, 2021 | After falling 66% over the past 12 months, the Rambler Metals and Mining (LSE: RMM) share price jumped nearly 75% in April. And it seems possible this could be just the start of a more significant move higher for the stock as the group progresses with its development plans. Rambler Metals and Mining share price outlook The most positive news to emerge from the group last month was the announcement that the business had closed the previously announced sale of non-core assets to Maritime Resources Corp. The disposed assets include Rambler’s existing gold circuit at the Nugget Pond metallurgical facility and several Canadian exploration properties and royalties. The firm has received $2m of cash for the assets and CAD$0.5m worth of Maritime shares. ... more Https://
pauliewonder: Another good start to the day. Hope we build on it from here rther than dropping towards the close like yesterday. Would be good to get to around 0.7p before we get an update. With copper doing strongly, I think that this will be a transformational year for RMM both in terms of the company and the share price.
cyberbub: If they wanted to attract US investors or take a US listing they would need to do a 500 : 1 or 1,000 : 1 consolidation (share price of 150p or 300p today), after the major dilution of the last 6 months. That's possible, but having only 20M or 10M shares in issue would be a problem for liquidity. On the other hand, Canadians aren't as psychologically weak as US investors in believing that any share price under $1 means that the company is uninvestable, irrespective of market cap or fundamentals. So maybe a TSX dual listing next year if things are going well? It is the company's home stock exchange after all!
excellance: Toby Bradbury was appointed to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company on 1 June 2020. As part of his remuneration package, the Board resolved to issue Mr Bradbury with options over such number of new ordinary shares of the Company as equalled US$750,000 divided by the price at which the Company next raised equity financing, with such equity price also being the strike price of the options. The Company has today approved the issue of options to Toby Bradbury over a total of 288,461,538 New Ordinary Shares, exercisable at the Placing Price of 0.2 pence each ("Share Options"), with the following vesting and exercise periods: · 16.66% of the Share Options will vest on each of the first, second and third anniversaries of Toby Bradbury's employment date; · 50% of the Share Options will vest in accordance with the table below: 0% vesting 16.5% vesting 33% vesting 50% vesting Share price 0.23pence 0.57 pence 0.90 pence 1.24 pence · to the extent vested, the Share Options may be exercised for a period of three years from the vesting date; and · if there is a change of control of the Company, all of the Share Options will vest in full.
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