Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Strategic Minerals Plc LSE:SML London Ordinary Share GB00B4W8PD74 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.475 3,234,006 15:49:51
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.45 0.50 0.50 0.475 0.475
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 2.63 1.52 0.09 6.0 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:19:10 O 250,000 0.494 GBX

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Strategic Minerals Daily Update: Strategic Minerals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SML. The last closing price for Strategic Minerals was 0.48p.
Strategic Minerals Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.45p and a 12 week average price of 0.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.33p.
There are currently 1,909,297,949 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,888,882 shares. The market capitalisation of Strategic Minerals Plc is £9,069,165.26.
johncasey: i see cornish metals is starting to rise strongly..copper and tin,very nice..lets hope sml follow suit
johncasey: im going to be buying alot more strategic minerals too SML...not only have they lots of copper but tin too thats also at a record high...£9m market cap The Redmoor High Grade Resource is in the world’s top five highest grade tin-tungsten projects (SnEq Basis) and the top 3 new projects. The Redmoor Inferred Resource has 45,000 tonnes of contained tin equivalent and the Exploration Target has the potential to increase this to 100,000 tonnes via further drilling planned for 2018. If successful, Redmoor will become a world-class project in terms of contained metal. Leigh Creek Copper Mine Update Response to Government Request For Further Information Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY), a profitable, producing mineral company is pleased to confirm that its wholly owned subsidiary, Leigh Creek Copper Mine ("LCCM"), has lodged a response to the request for further information from the South Australian Department of Energy and Mining ("DEM") in relation to LCCM's Programme for Environmental Protection and Rehabilitation ("PEPR") application to mine LCCM's Paltridge North deposit. Commenting, John Peters, Managing Director of Strategic Minerals, said: "The submission of the further information sought reflects the on-going dialogue that LCCM has maintained with the DEM and reflects the prudent policies the South Australian government follows in ensuring mining projects are environmentally robust. "It is the Board's view that this is likely to be the final submission required for approval and that this is likely to occur in the second quarter of 2021. "Subject to receipt of the PEPR approval and funding, the Company expects to commence mobilisation and mining in the third quarter of 2021 with revenue commencing in the last quarter of 2021."
johncasey: Copper price hits record high as Chile gives bulls another reason to cheer MINING.COM Staff Writer | May 7, 2021 | 9:32 am Markets China Latin America Copper Copper price hit record high as Chile gives bulls another reason to cheer SX-EW processing at Chuquicamata mine in Chile. Image from Codelco. The world’s top copper producer Chile is giving bulls another reason to cheer while prices soared to an all-time high on Friday as optimism about a global rebound from the pandemic spurs a surge across commodities markets. Copper for delivery in July ended the day up 3.2%, with futures trading at $4.7490 per pound ($10,470 a tonne) on the Comex market in New York. SIGN UP FOR THE COPPER DIGEST Chile’s lower house on Thursday approved a measure that would introduce progressive taxes on copper sales, potentially creating a total burden of more than 80% — or almost double that of other major copper-producing nations. The measure, which would go into effect in 2024, still needs to be approved by the senate and could be blocked by the government in court. But if it succeeds, it could stall investments in a country where mature low-grade deposits need plenty of expenditure just to maintain output levels of about 5.7 million tonnes a year. Related read: As China row deepens, 1 million tonnes of Australian copper concentrate needs new buyers “This would at the very least delay any new capacity, extending the lengthy time-line to bring on a new mine,” said Grant Sporre, an analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. “Chile’s output could start to fade to 5 million tonnes.” Chile’s copper export revenue jumped 69% in April. The world’s top copper producer said it had exported $4.541 billion worth of copper in April alone. “THE COPPER MARKET AS IT CURRENTLY STANDS IS NOT PREPARED FOR THIS DEMAND ENVIRONMENT” Goldman Sachs Group Prices are up more than 30% this year and have more than doubled from lows in March of last year. Click here for an interactive chart of copper prices “Given high payments to the state, some assets would be un-investable and thus it limits the pool of mines that can make adequate returns, limiting supply,” said BTG Pactual analyst Cesar Perez-Novoa. “No mining company is going to take risks without being rewarded.” “It’s hard to foresee copper prices turning around amid the current bullish atmosphere,” Ji Xianfei, an analyst with Guotai Junan Futures told Bloomberg. “Macro easing, ample liquidity and a weaker dollar continue to drive the rally, while the broader commodities surge is being fueled by bets on inflation.” Trading house Trafigura Group, Goldman Sachs, and Bank of America expect copper to extend gains. Steel prices across Asia and North America are also booming, iron ore is at a record above $200 per tonne as miners struggle to keep up with the frenzied pace of consumption, and tin topped $30 000 for the first time in a decade. “The copper market as it currently stands is not prepared for this demand environment,” said Goldman Sachs Group Inc. There are a few major mines in development and none on the scale required to meet forecasts for future demand. “We don’t have many shovel-ready projects,” said Ivan Glasenberg, billionaire CEO of Glencore Plc. “You will need the so-called $15,000 copper price to encourage a lot of this more difficult investment.”
texaschaser: if sleveen in then I would avoid. bottom drawer share? always will be lol
searcher0: Still no PEPR submission from SML. Seems SA authorities are not happy with this project. This was supposed to be a walk in the park. Perhaps this is the reason JLP passed up on Leigh Creek. Redmoor seems dead in the water too with no JV as touted before.
troutisout: Typical SML, weasel words.
czar: We should be back to 1.5p soon now. "adjusted only for the current copper price of US $4/lb (US $3/lb previously) and the AUD/USD exchange rate of 0.7900 (0.7000 previously), indicates that the implied project value is around three times that assessed at the time of acquisition of LCCM."
apfindley: Hope you guys are all still invested after your mate was given the nod by Boris last week.I just notice the shareprice is back where it started before his pump.You all exited? Surely? Or holding at a loss because you know there's a world summit in Cornwall where the agenda centres around this company SML.Oh dear. Mummy can I have some more pocket money, last weeks is tied up for a short while.
sleveen: SML share price suffered in 2019, could it recover in 2020 in response to positive Leigh Creek copper cement production? Post AGM Q&A webinar 29.07.2020: Https:// Laptop15 Twitter feed: and 12.09.2020 Https:// 10/6/2021 Cornwall presentation Https:// 15.09.2020 Https:// 03/12/2020 Post placing vid Https:// 1/3/2021 Prospective interview Https:// 10/6/2021 Https://
papillon: The charts you asked me for, GD. They are log charts. Hope you find them helpful. Bear in mind I know absolutely nothing about SML. SML has been in a downtrend for almost 2 years after that massive percentage rise in H1 2017. The share price has yet to breakout of that downtrend. Volume is low compared with H1 2017. Obviously the share price is waiting for significantly good news and high volume to breakout of that downtrend. free stock charts from The 50 day EMA has recently risen above a rising 200 day EMA. That's known as a "golden Cross" and is generally a bullish signal. free stock charts from It's almost 2 years since the SML share price peaked obviously after good newsflow. I presume the almost 2 year downtrend is because the share price has drifted down awaiting the follow up good news. The recent rise of the share price above the 200 day EMA is the first time that has happened in around a year. I'd say that the market is still bullish on SML, but it will need good news to break out of that downtrend. free stock charts from I'll post something more later on. ATB
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