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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tharisa Plc LSE:THS London Ordinary Share CY0103562118 ORD USD0.001 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 100.25 98.00 102.50 100.25 100.25 100.25 46,161 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 279.0 9.1 3.3 34.2 267

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2021
15:04
Buyback is a great idea.
rjmahan
21/5/2021
14:02
And a flurry of buying just after 1pm.
farnesbarnes
21/5/2021
13:55
Reverse spread on the auction. Nice little sign.
gsg
21/5/2021
12:50
Share buy backs waste of time. I'd rather sit tight, wait for the seller to go and see this share climb
lennonsalive
21/5/2021
09:35
Another day, another blue sea of buys. In my opinion, when the institutional seller stops dumping, the share price will move up very rapidly. Then everyone will say how obvious it was and wish they had bought more.
jon4567
20/5/2021
13:20
hTTps://www.moneyweb.co.za/moneyweb-podcasts/moneyweb-now/tharisa-production-on-target-for-q2-2021/ Just over a month old, but good.
farnesbarnes
20/5/2021
13:20
FB, that would definitely help.
gsg
20/5/2021
12:56
I agree with you re the long term potential spooky. That's why I hold. I think we can agree that the value will eventually shine through.
gsg
20/5/2021
12:51
We can agree to disagree on liquidity. As far as the sellers are concerned, Fidelity's activity in the stock suggests they don't really know what they are doing and the number they have left is not a major issue IMO. Rance on the other hand, had 14.86% at the time of the last RNS so the short term path for the stock will probably be driven by the extent to which they want to reduce. Longer term this is all irrelevant, if PGMs stay around these levels the shares will ultimately go much higher IMO.
spooky
20/5/2021
12:33
GSG - volume wouldn't be a problem if they starting hiking the dividend sustainably. The share price would eventually follow.
farnesbarnes
20/5/2021
12:11
spooky, Speak to the company. Even they say that volume and liquidity is a problem, which they have been attempting to rectify. Yesterday was an exception. 97,813 shares traded so far today. I'll leave it there.
gsg
20/5/2021
11:45
GSG liquidity is not pitiful, easy to get quotes in £100000+. When a significant holder decides to reduce their position there is always likely to be a period of indigestion. Remember the shares were 40p a year ago so encountering sellers is hardly a shock. The valuation is ludicrously low at current PGM prices but remember other investors may have a more negative view on where prices may be in the future, thats what makes a market.
spooky
20/5/2021
11:38
Ironic that one 'shareholder's' ineptitude should impinge on not only the other shareholders but quite possibly the company itself!
eggbaconandbubble
20/5/2021
11:29
Great company, however the real problem here is that the liquidity is pitiful (apart from yesterday). Any fund or ii is trapped until they can either find another ii buyer for their stock, or they can sell into some volume. So clearing the overhang looks to be a slow process. We'll get there eventually.
gsg
20/5/2021
10:36
imo The Chinese are rumoured to be working hard to buy the Twickenham PGM mine from Amplats which has been on care and maintenance since 2016 and is a massive resource. The deal has been in negotiation for two years. They are short on PGM resources, so it will indeed be interesting to see how they proceed. edit: They also bought out Nkwe some time ago. Last time I looked they were working to bring that resource into production. Further, it could be that they partner with Ivanhoe who are also working to bring a large PGM asset into production.
gsg
20/5/2021
10:19
Presumably, the Chinese will seek to gain control over mines/production in countries where governments are already in deep hock to them. They will use political influence and various inducements to do this. That is the way they work. Having cornered enough of the market for China's needs, they will leave the rest of the world to deal with an even more challenging commodity pricing problem.
saltraider
20/5/2021
09:19
The China situation intrigues me. They introduce strict emissions legislation, knowing that this will require a source of PGM, then moan about soaring commodity prices. As spot buyers, they should have seen this coming. Other than a hostile bid and let's face it there is clear value, how could they possibly enforce some kind of control over the market?
farnesbarnes
19/5/2021
23:29
FFS, there's ii an overhang, simple as that.
gsg
19/5/2021
22:22
Any evidence this is dodgy? Lack of a rise is a bit suspicious and I hear unsubstantiated rumours…
rjmahan
19/5/2021
20:36
GBP 600k buy after hours, and 2 x GBP 150k delayed trades.
farnesbarnes
19/5/2021
17:14
Buys outnumber sells 3 to 1 yet still no price movement at the end of the day-the powers that be do not want this share to move above 150p come what may. Based on fundamentals and performance this share price should start with a 2
moneyman50
19/5/2021
15:06
FB - only slightly for comparison, so no he doesnt, SLP is his tip.
cb7
19/5/2021
14:13
Oh well, mm's have all swapped around and Winterfloods now pushing down on the offer. I'll leave it there, until the ii seller has cleared.
gsg
19/5/2021
12:55
Does Simon Thompson cover THS? I know he did an Alpha peer comparison a few weeks back re: JLP. Maybe a case of waiting for the 27th?
farnesbarnes
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