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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
  -0.0025 -0.77% 0.3225 33,475,134 08:11:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.32 0.325 0.325 0.3225 0.325
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 21.53 -7.06 -0.58 34
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:02:06 O 310,559 0.322 GBX

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08/3/2021
08:20
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 0.33p.
Rambler Metals & Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.31p and a 12 week average price of 0.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.22p.
There are currently 10,692,848,677 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 193,381,527 shares. The market capitalisation of Rambler Metals & Mining Plc is £34,484,436.98.
03/3/2021
22:41
excellance: Yep, if John Meyer of share price Angel is buying RMM with his own money and he believes in Toby Bradbury then so do I. Follow the money!
23/2/2021
19:14
cyberbub: Hmm, thinking about this further, while I can see the 'qualitative' attraction of Rambler to Barrick (or any buyer), perhaps we're too small for Barrick on the 'quantitative' side? Comparing Rambler to Newmont is like a tadpole to a whale... Barrick could snap up a tadpole at any time, but will they bother if they're really looking for a shark-sized meal?Having said that, at a sub-$50M valuation the share price here is cheap by any standards IMO. Projected costs (including G&A) per lb in the forecasts were slightly over $2, but all our long term projections and NPVs etc were based on a $3 copper price. A sustained $4 average would increase profits by 80%!
23/2/2021
13:57
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.
16/2/2021
15:36
excellance: Think of the positives... Raised capital equivalent to a third of the share capital prior to the placing, at 50% higher price than the recapitalising of debt undertaken in December just two months ago. This gives us the cash we should have had last year, which we need to develop this mine to the level we want. No idea who took the shares, they should have given us details on that, and the fact they didn't seems significant to me, ie not the concert party! I don't understand why the share price has slipped to 31 and stayed down today, because there is clearly large demand for this over subscribed share issue. I know that investors fear an overhang, but we'll not get a better price than 31 in my opinion. Load up or miss out!
16/2/2021
13:05
harrisun: Scars. Sadly front running is all too common on AIM and those companies with lowly share price If it has been subject of front running, shorts that often accompany insider knowledge will also begin to close, and once one does there is a clamour to close out for fear of losing any gains. Likewise anyone who has sold into the placing at a higher price, getting shares in the placing will have already disposed of their shares in the market, so hopefully we will see a gradual move upwards.
16/2/2021
11:47
cyberbub: This fundraising was probably inevitable and I don't mind as such, it's at a higher price than last time and no warrants. I'm a bit disappointed at the discount of around 15%.Reading between the lines they will probably need more money towards the end of the year, but again hopefully at a substantially higher share price *If* they can continue to build production in 2021, *and* POC stays in the upper $3 range, then personally I could see 0.7-0.8p by the end of the year. Throw in some good resource upgrades and maybe even towards 1p?Of course there are headwinds in the large number of placing shares and warrants. But positive progress and profits will overcome those eventually... They can only sell once!NAI
16/2/2021
00:58
excellance: Re the shareholding of the concert party... "Under Rule 9 of the Takeover Code, when any person, together with persons acting in concert with them, is interested in shares which, in aggregate, carry not less than 30 per cent. of the voting rights of a company that is subject to the Takeover Code but does not hold shares carrying more than 50 per cent. of such voting rights, a general offer will normally be required if any further interest in shares is acquired by any such person, or any person acting in concert with them, which increases the percentage of shares carrying voting rights in which they are interested. An offer under Rule 9 of the Takeover Code must be made in cash (or must be accompanied by a cash alternative) and must be at not less than the highest price paid by the person making the offer (or any person acting in concert with it) for any interest in shares of that company in the 12 months prior to the announcement of the offer." Maybe the concert party are wanting to take over RMM now rather than waiting?
01/1/2021
17:05
onedayrodders: Hi all Picked this thought provoking post up from LSE (with thanks to Troajan) Here's a comparison for potential upside .. Using ... https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/atalaya-mining-ATYM/share-price?xref=navmenu_shareprice.. Spain, so similar safe jurisdiction to RMM. They produce about 50/60k tons per year of CU make $30 mill profit, about $50 mill debt, and Mcap of £325 mill So lets say, with RMM's schedule plant upgrade working to expectations and we see 20k tons of copper produced annually, that's a third of what Atalaya mining churn out. Unlike Atalaya, we have minimal/to no debt and the bonus of Gold as a bi-product. Costs should be in the same ball park. So compare MCAP's and by my rough reckoning, we should be looking at, a third of there's. so the upside from our current Mcap of 28 mill looks pretty convincing to me. That's assuming they execute the plan and Copper prices sustain around current prices, although consensus is the expectation is continued increases which will be even more favorable.
28/11/2020
01:26
tradedesk1: excellance - please read the rns to check your understanding of the lock in & orderly market arrangements, there will not be 8bn shares coming onto the market come 3rd Dec. Its 3bn and much of thats been forward sold hence its range bound in this 0.23-0.25, as soon as the supply is cut mm's will have no choice but to let it go and it will take off which is likely post settlement 3rd Dec, when soon after operational news flow is likely to commence to. Also Westface will be repayed from cash flow so its a non issue. From here its really all about Bradbury executing the new mine plan and delivering on the projected C1 cash costs $1.93/lb ($4254/t) & $1.63/lb ($3593/t). Your looking at margins of $3241/t and up to $3902/t with current Copper price at $7495/t (3.4/lbs). Its simply far too cheap at this mcap having traded multiples of the current mcap and share price on lower cu prices. Copper fundamentals couldn't be better. Ex Shanta Gold ceo is not here for buttons. Share Lock-ins and Orderly Market Agreements Each of CE Mining III and Aether, who will collectively hold shares representing in aggregate 39.8% of the ordinary share capital of the Company on Admission, will undertake to the Company and share price Angel that, other than in certain limited circumstances, they will not dispose of any interest in the Converted Shares for a period of 6 months following Admission, and that for a further period of 6 months following the expiry of the initial 6 month period, they shall only dispose of an interest in the Converted Shares provided such disposal is effected only through the broker for the time being of the Company and in such manner that the broker may reasonably require with a view to the maintenance of an orderly market in the New Ordinary Shares. Lombard Odier will own 16.4% and has separately undertaken to the Company and share price Angel that, other than in certain limited circumstances, they will not dispose of any interest they hold in the Converted Shares for a period of 90 days following Admission, and that for a further period of 90 days following the expiry of the initial 90 day period, they shall only dispose of an interest in the Converted Shares provided such disposal is effected only through the broker for the time being of the Company and in such manner that the broker may reasonably require with a view to the maintenance of an orderly market in the New Ordinary Shares. Total 56.2% locked up.
24/11/2020
20:13
tradedesk1: Share Lock-ins and Orderly Market Agreements Each of CE Mining III and Aether, who will collectively hold shares representing in aggregate 39.8% of the ordinary share capital of the Company on Admission, will undertake to the Company and share price Angel that, other than in certain limited circumstances, they will not dispose of any interest in the Converted Shares for a period of 6 months following Admission, and that for a further period of 6 months following the expiry of the initial 6 month period, they shall only dispose of an interest in the Converted Shares provided such disposal is effected only through the broker for the time being of the Company and in such manner that the broker may reasonably require with a view to the maintenance of an orderly market in the New Ordinary Shares. Lombard Odier will own 16.4% and has separately undertaken to the Company and share price Angel that, other than in certain limited circumstances, they will not dispose of any interest they hold in the Converted Shares for a period of 90 days following Admission, and that for a further period of 90 days following the expiry of the initial 90 day period, they shall only dispose of an interest in the Converted Shares provided such disposal is effected only through the broker for the time being of the Company and in such manner that the broker may reasonably require with a view to the maintenance of an orderly market in the New Ordinary Shares.
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