Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Taseko Mines Limited LSE:TKO London Ordinary Share CA8765111064 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 125.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
115.00 135.00 125.00 125.00 125.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 40
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 125.00 GBX

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Taseko Mines Daily Update: Taseko Mines Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TKO. The last closing price for Taseko Mines was 125p.
Taseko Mines Limited has a 4 week average price of 115p and a 12 week average price of 115p.
The 1 year high share price is 181p while the 1 year low share price is currently 115p.
There are currently 31,912,500 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,585 shares. The market capitalisation of Taseko Mines Limited is £39,890,625.
baddeal: As do I rimau, but caml which I also hold is off c20% whereas tko has taken a beating even though hedging is in place. I suspect more expectation for flo was built in than some thought and the delays here are adding to the woe. Long term hold though so the usual patience will be rewarded...
rimau1: TKO is not alone. CAML, ANTO and ATYM have all de-rated too. In fact all miners have tanked irrespective of the metal with global recession concerns, energy costs and China lockdowns. I remain a copper long term bull as the world electrifies.
baddeal: The slide continues, feels like this is more than just market and cu price related unfortunately
rimau1: Production in line, cost pressures beginning to bite as expected. Flo draft permit taking longer but remain in regular contact with the authorities and it is “expected shortly” importantly TKO continue to procure long lead items for Flo which is good news especially given global supply constraints. Patience required as ever. I’ll add on any dips with a 3-5 year view.
rimau1: At current copper prices the NPV of TKO’s 75% share of Gib is C$2bn. Florence at current copper is over C$1bn NPV. Fair to say there is decent upside here against a market cap of C$0.8bn
rimau1: Unlikely Canalet since the market value of TKO is currently based on Gib only its just tracked back up with Copper and markets after the Ukraine shock. When Flo permit lands we will know since the GBP stock price will start with a “2”. As i tried to explain to Pughman in January we sleep well investing in a copper producing stock doing business in North America.
tightfist: Hi, since September there seems to be disconnect between TKO share price on the one hand, and the momentum of Copper combined with the ~85% increase in analyst's TKO eps forecast on the other. .What gives? Is it uncertainty over Florence, unrelenting director sales, or what? Cheers, tightfist
papillon: Copper rises and still TKO falls, baddeal. Unless I'm misreading the recent RNS's the Directors have exercised their low priced options and then immediately sold them for a juicy profit. Doesn't seem like they're too excited by the near term prospects of TKO.
rimau1: Nice write up in the IC on how TKO are a innovative greener mining operation at the new Flo mine. “ Imagine a copper mine that doesn’t have an open pit or kilometres of underground workings: it’s difficult, right? A London-listed, North American-focused company says it will soon have this exact scenario in operation. Taseko Mines (TKO) uses a technology called ‘in-situ leaching’ where copper is effectively pumped out of the ground using a solution similar to an oil well. The company has had success with this method on a small scale in a pilot plant at the Florence project, where it drilled wells, pumped in a leaching solution and then brought up the ‘‘pregnant solution’, containing copper. Taseko is waiting final federal government sign-off to increase the number of these wells from 13 to 90, which would take it to around 40,000 tonnes of copper a year once fully ramped up. The mining industry isn’t known for innovation – while company bosses like to talk up new electric trucks and automation, they are still digging up rock and crushing it. Taseko chief executive Stuart McDonald said its production from the $230m full-scale mine would be “six times less” carbon-intensive than traditionally-mined copper. “We’re getting a lot of interest from end users,” he said, pointing to greater consumer interest in the carbon content of products. Taseko also has a traditional hole-in-the-ground operation in Canada, the cash flow from which will fund the Florence mine. McDonald said the company was able to abandon its plan to bring in a joint venture partner to fund the new mine thanks to the higher copper price. The company is now waiting on its final permit from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)“
qs99: Morning all Copper heading to $5 at this rate DYOR Tko share price IMo still on catch up
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