Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Red Rock Resources Plc LSE:RRR London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKBV38 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.50p 0.45p 0.55p 0.50p 0.50p 0.50p 69,771 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 0.1 0.0 25.0 3.00

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23/5/2019
09:34
However, that is still approximately another £300,000 to RRR which was not expected prior to the November dividend. This extra cash reduces the likelihood of another imminent dilution unless there is a very good deal on the table. Having listed yesterday some of the potential prospects that might produce good news - as far as I am concerned this one came out of the blue and is most welcome. Things are looking up for RRR in my view. DYOR PLUS - it is quite clear that JMS is doing everything it can to bring its iron ore assets into play and the JMS by there actions seem to understand the markets and when to play their hand, which in turn supports RRR through their 0.95% holding. Compared with yesterday's positive post and expectation of news, I am more confident still that RRR will eventually deliver shareholder value for the lucky few that joined the RRR story in more recent times.
clunes100
23/5/2019
07:18
tut tut goldfund, as JMS only own 49.9% of Tshipi please explain why you think they will get 100% of the distribution. School boy error or a deliberate attempt to confuse?
new_scally
23/5/2019
06:55
49.9% of 116M AUD from tshipi to Jupiter Mines
goldfund
23/5/2019
00:33
Just a reminder as to who really tells the truth about the iron ore assets of Jupiter Mines: JUPITER SEEKS TO REALISE VALUE FROM ITS IRON ORE PROJECTS 23 March 2019 Https://stocknessmonster.com/announcements/jms.asx-6A924594/
noirua
23/5/2019
00:19
Tshipi is resolved to make yet another big payout to shareholders at the end of June 2019. 23 May 2019 Https://stocknessmonster.com/announcements/jms.asx-6A931526/
noirua
22/5/2019
23:48
Cash in bank at 31st Dec - just £27k !!!!!! Current Liabilities - £2.7m Admin Expenses - c£850,000 a year !!!!!! Project Costs - £ anyone's guess Kenya Legal Costs - £ anyone's guess More confetti dilution is a certainty imho. "Jam tomorrow" BS doesn't pay the bills I'm afraid and Noirua knows it. SP only going one way DYOR
torp
22/5/2019
23:09
Everything quiet as we await the Musonoi drilling results.
noirua
22/5/2019
19:11
Looks like half the license is built on by houses, not much room for a mine there. Still, as long as it helps them get placings away that's all that matters I guess.
bam bam rubble
22/5/2019
18:56
Shameless boiler room style pumper Noirua continues to try and knock realistic posts off the bottom. Now just posting the same picture that is already in his header info. Just utterly childish behaviour. Take a look at the absolute plethora of ADVFN threads he has created and maintains: https://uk.advfn.com/forum/search?q=noirua&index=threads&thread_creator=on The actions of a simple investor???? Or a paid "boiler room style" stock pumper? You decide. . . .
torp
22/5/2019
18:25
Results are due from DRC very soon.
noirua
22/5/2019
18:13
lol Clunes,
torp
22/5/2019
16:17
Who read the memo wrongly - I said a few positive buys and the share price would tick up!
clunes100
22/5/2019
15:54
Acacia Mining, down 5.5% at 151.1p. The gold miner received an all-share takeover offer from Canadian parent Barrick Gold Corp for the rest of the company's shares, both companies announced. Barrick is offering 0.153 of a new Barrick share per Acacia share. Barrick already owns 64% of Acacia, whose shares closed flat Tuesday at 159.50 pence each. Barrick said the deal values Acacia at USD787 million, and the stake under offer at USD285 million. Acacia's market capitalisation in London was GBP654.1 million at Tuesday's closing price. Acacia is considering the offer, it said, as Barrick continues to make "significant progress" in coming to terms with the government of Tanzania over Acacia's problems in the country. Acacia, which is not party to the talks, did say the government has warned it will not sign any resolution if Acacia is one of the counter parties to the agreements. ----- This may be of interest to Red Rock over their Migori interests in nearby Kenya borders close to Acacia interests.
noirua
22/5/2019
15:30
Those factors will impinge upon the rrr valuation most certainly.
kemche
22/5/2019
14:50
Quite a lot of selling this afternoon as some lose patience waiting for the Musonoi, DRC results. Politics in DRC and Lubumbashi appear on an improving path. Sterling continues to weaken against the US$ though the AU$ is also continuing soft. Good from the point of view of the value of Musonoi and El Limon royalties but negative on costs in US$s. Gold is falling due to the US$ strength and overall neutral on the Migori assets.
noirua
22/5/2019
12:44
Https://www.bbc.com/news/health-48353222 - off topic.
noirua
22/5/2019
12:22
Time will tell!
clunes100
22/5/2019
11:48
Proper cases here.
kemche
22/5/2019
11:41
On Monday, I said that I expected a tick up with a few trades and it came on Tuesday, I think we are in the same position today, a few trades and I think we'll see another tick up. I think this is partly due to the JMS shares holding up after the payment of the dividend and partly due to half coming out of escrow which in theory should hold off the possibility of dilution for the time being to simply cover expenses i.e. some shares could be sold. In the wider picture, JMS is evaluating options that could see RRR benefiting whilst RRR's own prospects should produce some positive news in the near term. Most of RRR's assets and royalties have the potential to spring some positive news which is why a relatively small amount of positive buying will help the share price DRC JORC and deals, Migori Licences, Para royalties, JMS prospects, dividends and sp, El Limon royalties, doubtful but a sale of Steelmin assets, repayment of Loans, Elephant Oil back in play, Para and RGM sp's and even takeover or stake building news with respect to RRR or the sale of an asset, plus the accumulated losses which Noirua points out is worth mayby 2-3 times the current share price alone. DYOR but personally I am looking forward to a few decent RNS's in the next few weeks. They will be long overdue which is typical of RRR but if the right ones fall in RRR's favour, it could get quite exciting.
clunes100
22/5/2019
11:29
DRC opposition leader Moïse Katumbi arrives in Lubumbashi (local media) 20 May 2019 Https://www.africanews.com/2019/05/20/drc-opposition-leader-moise-katumbi-arrives-in-lubumbashi-local-media/
noirua
22/5/2019
09:25
Noirua BS - "No cash worries after raising and Jupiter Divi received today. Total over £600K. The raising was a mere £323k and the divi about £250k Those don't even cover the yearly expenditure on Admin Expenses (c£850,000) There are £2.7m of current liabilities (see half year report) and there are presumably various project costs to foot and no doubt on-going legal costs trying to sort the Kenya mess out. Presumably the £1.1m that was obviously loaned to Steelmin (and not RNS'd) will have to be written off now that Steelmin is in Administration and that Thalos, the secured creditor, has been given "fixed and floating charges over all the Company’s assets." See here Page 6 and page 27 hxxps://www.pwc.co.uk/business-recovery/administrations/assets/steelmin_proposals.pdf All in all then your statement is clearly facile and imho totally misleading . . . . as usual ! Shameful. DYOR
torp
22/5/2019
06:09
In total worth about £383m. Or possibly less. Much less.
kemche
22/5/2019
00:35
RRR - Quoted assets: Value of Jupiter Mines JMS 33.5c, African Battery ABM 0.475p, Para Resources 16.5c and *Regency Mines RGM 0.065p = £3.35m + £120K + £240K + £23K = £3.73 million. Unquoted assets: US$2.95 million gold royalties, shares in and loan to Amulet. Iron ore royalties plus US$8 million on production at Mount Ida. No cash worries after raising and Jupiter Divi received today. Total about £600K. --- At 33.5c Jupiter Mines market cap is only A$656 million US$450 million. No news as yet on the foreseen market float of Tshipi or the advancement of the the iron ore assets sale. Costs are helped by the weakness of the Aussie$ at AUD1.45 to the greenback. The iron ore price stays around US$100 per tonne. Https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-05-17/iron-ore-powers-above-100-as-supply-crisis-roils-global-market Jupiter are in the process of seeking buyers for their Mount Isa and Mount Mason iron ore projects. We will have to wait and see if this eventually includes those royalties held by Red Rock Resources.
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