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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sunrise Resources Plc LSE:SRES London Ordinary Share GB00B075Z681 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01 -3.7% 0.26 25,665,364 15:57:54
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.25 0.27 0.27 0.245 0.27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.30 -0.01 10
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:57:13 O 1,805,144 0.26 GBX

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26/9/2020
09:20
Sunrise Resources Daily Update: Sunrise Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SRES. The last closing price for Sunrise Resources was 0.27p.
Sunrise Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.25p and a 12 week average price of 0.14p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.39p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.08p.
There are currently 3,677,996,870 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,640,558 shares. The market capitalisation of Sunrise Resources Plc is £9,562,791.86.
07/9/2020
16:09
janestone: It's the Zak Mir curse. Every time he does a graph and says that a share price is going up there's a placing after.
26/8/2020
20:37
jonboycider: Just thinking about Millers. What we don't know, which is the RNS that we are all waiting for, is whether PC is going to turn SRES from an exploration company into a mining company. Many posters are saying that it's definitely going to be sold. Others are saying that he'll be going it alone. I have no clue which way it will go. However, linking this to Millers. If you were running the show and you had it on your mind that CS was getting sold would you pay a exclusivity fee to continue assessing Millers? Or, maybe, just maybe the assessment has been done and it fits the bill. However, it only fits the bill if SRES starts mining. If they off load CS to a big player they don't need Millers do they? I think this is the problem at the moment. There are so many unanswered questions and all we can do is wait until PC delivers the news. Next week will be very telling in terms of the share price. I personally think that it will push past 0.32 and will go on to the high of last week. It will then probably stall whilst we wait the RNS. If the RNS takes too long to arrive, then yes inevitably it will drift back down as the traders get bored. If the RNS delivers all the answers and their the right answers that will see it push on and Aviator will be shouting for £100m MCAP again ;-)
26/8/2020
15:01
theaviator: That is dependant on dilution of course isn't it. Have you checked the dilution over that past 10 years?! Mr Rod bought then ;)So the moral of the story is to check a companies history isn't it. You think PC would think twice about 12 -14ml worth of dilution taking into consideration the past??Of course then we would be having slightly different share price targets wouldn't we? So...as I said...I wait and watch for what info is incoming... :)
25/8/2020
01:18
theaviator: One last thing Samuel that perhaps should deliberate on and inwardly. Perhaps the problem is actually you and that you need to think more of others and your bully boy tactics and words. Did your mummy never teach you that's neither clever or nice?!Posters do not effect a share price but newsflow and management do. I'm always happy to post and if people choose to follow then fine and if they don't then it's equally fine. I do my level best though to navigate these things to the best of my ability. Contraversial - perhaps but I'm a contrarian anyway so...;)
19/8/2020
16:18
jonboycider: Don't get me wrong though, I'd happily take 1.2p if the share price jumped up to that. However, if holding for another 3-5 years leads to 3p+ I'd happily do that as well. Been here over 10 years so a couple more won't hurt. 3p+ and I can transform my work life balance.
11/8/2020
15:56
jonboycider: You mentioned the other day that nobody understands the profit margin. The January 2019 SVS research note suggests 29-30%. Do you have reason to believe that it may be different? An final question, if you don't mind me acquiring some knowledge from you. In your experience, when is a firm of this size likely to be in the radar of institutional investors. I'm not sure the £500-£1000 purchases that are going through this week are going to move the share price that much. I think we need a big player to want to get in on the action. Your thoughts would be appreciated, jonboy
07/8/2020
16:12
loot2309: Debt is less of a drag on share price than doubling the amount of shares in issue. Sensible borrowing for investment is a perfectly reasonable way forward when you have clearly quantifiable revenues to stem from it. The cost to extract these minerals is minimal, its sitting around on the surface.
07/8/2020
16:00
bsg: Debt causes a long term drag on share price. The BOD will continue paying themselves in share I imagine, plus bonuses etc so they'll do OK. So will we hopefully. A JV could be the best way to go. Plus they have other projects to explore further. They'll need cash from that as well. So double seems a good estimate.
05/8/2020
09:59
loot2309: The share price seems to have no interest in responding though!
29/7/2020
14:47
loot2309: Is anyone else getting worried about this share price not moving?
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