Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Thor Mining LSE:THR London Ordinary Share GB00BD0NBV71 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -3.70% 3.25p 3.00p 3.50p 3.375p 3.25p 3.375p 1,342,832 16:08:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.3 -0.4 - 20.98

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23/2/2018
09:39
Pale, It sure does, THR will have no problem selling the stuff when their time comes, as Mick has suggested our 75% offtake agreement for MH is still there or can be wheeled out again. Just need to get that one bankrolled after the upgraded DFS. Who knows the tungsten price may be on another breakout by then. Like WRES we've got mining credits for both PM (Cu, Zn, Ag) and at MH (Mo), so healthy additions to the tungsten. Good to see tungsten remain on the critical metals list for USA and Europe. Looking forward to some healthy numbers from the PM scoping study. Regards, Ed.
edgein
23/2/2018
09:26
Thanks for the data and the maths fellas. Don't mind the increase in shares as long as tangible value increases disproportionately (much) higher. Good news today for WRES holders, some of which I know here too...signed up long term tungsten offtake contracts for their La Parrilla mine, one with largest European processor and the other with leading tungsten supplier to USA. Bodes well for Pilot Mountain!
paleje
22/2/2018
15:05
If all exercised adds up to ~30% total extra dilution but also brings in ~£2.8m. Aisi because it is known and understood there is no negative impact from it. Back in the day they were getting 19% Cu out of Kapunda. Impressive. L.
lenses
22/2/2018
12:16
Thanks @lenses. In case anyone is interested, here's the situation on warrants as reported in the Appendix 3B RNS a few days ago: 5,573,347 0.9 pence unlisted warrants expiring 27 July 2018. 7,030,215 1.2 pence unlisted warrants expiring 2 November 2018 33,125,822 1.2 pence unlisted warrants expiring 29 November 2018 13,380,000 1.25 pence unlisted warrants expiring 1 December 2018. 25,394,032 1.25 pence unlisted warrants expiring 7 April 2019. 13,840,000 1.25 pence unlisted warrants expiring 11 April 2019. 2,000,000 1.8 pence unlisted warrants expiring 27 June 2019. 16,000,000 1.25 pence unlisted warrants expiring 26 July 2019. 39,444,444 1.8 pence unlisted warrants expiring 28 July 2019. 10,000,000 5.0 pence unlisted warrants expiring 29 January 2020. 15,000,000 1.8 pence unlisted warrants expiring 31 March 2020. 1,500,000 1.8 pence unlisted warrants expiring 27 June 2020 Seems an awful lot of warrants to get through yet... DYOR... AIMHO...
abrahe00
22/2/2018
09:17
Jar, Good move fella, noone can chastise you for banking profits after a considerable breakout from the 0.6-0.8p range. Definitely worth holding some for the big moves on PM. If the tungsten/copper price behaves itself we should be looking good for the year ahead and the drilling costs are behind us taking the pressure off old Mick. Sounds like you've your strategy nailed. Regards, Ed.
edgein
22/2/2018
09:05
Hi Ed, all reasons to be invested in my opinion which I fully support and aligned with. I continue to hold and could have de-risked after making 100% but chose not to as I think there is a lot more positive news to come and I would not want to be out of this when the RNS lands so happy to ride the waves in the mean time.
jarega85
22/2/2018
08:55
Jarega, Well when you read all of the info released by THR we're now moving towards a PEA for PM as well as new resource statements. THR owns 100% of PM currently, while the other projects have hundreds of millions $ of recoverable metals too PM is a giant in comparison. As Mick points out there's substantial upside to that through further development. Its a material asset to THR and its tiny £20m cap and it seems like MTR are becoming a cornerstone investor. MTR are likely looking forward to the rest of the year as much as the rest of us. JV on PM could be transformational for little THR. Regards, Ed.
edgein
22/2/2018
08:43
Ab00 You'll find that data at the end of each Appendix 3b rns. L.
lenses
22/2/2018
08:34
Does anyone know how many warrants are outstanding and what the exercise prices are? I can't find any info on the company website, nor have I had a reply to my query from the company. TIA
abrahe00
22/2/2018
07:40
Tiger seem keen.
cathuk
21/2/2018
21:20
I do not blame sellers cashing in if they have made 300% but MTR seem to think the share price could go a lot higher and so do I which is why I remain fully invested.Good luck genuine holders. If there are any sellers amongst us, be honest. I would be interested to know your views and why sell at this point.
jarega85
21/2/2018
20:52
Well certainly whomever the seller is their shares will be absorbed at this rate!
geko5trade
21/2/2018
16:49
Hmmm! Prelude to a full merger or bid if they continue buying at this rate.
denjon
21/2/2018
15:33
Mick's still in bed.
paleje
21/2/2018
15:21
So, MTR have kept buying on the open market. Odd that THR haven't released a corresponding RNS. Still, we can do with all the moral support that we can get.
abrahe00
21/2/2018
10:52
The sell-off may have subsided for now, but the buyers are hardly piling in. Too many investors stung by the GGP/Newmont debacle and probably sitting on the sidelines waiting for concrete evidence of progress and not just MB's pontifications. The DFS due before the end of March will be a good start. Although, I never really trust feasibility studies... They're effectively the "sales brochure" for attracting investment and will rarely tell you that something is not worth investing in. AIMHO... DYOR and GLA.
abrahe00
21/2/2018
08:51
Good to see tungsten remain on the critical metals list in the US as it does in Europe. As Mick suggests there's substantial scope to add to these approx 12Mt especially when that only takes in two of the four discoveries at PM. Also the copper resource at PM is highly valuable and likely to increase over the next years as the EV boom sets in. PM as the largest undeveloped tungsten resource in the US puts THR already ahead over there, now its being accelerated through metallurgy and scoping study/PEA it'll increase in value from here. As Mick suggests the more you show something is economic the more valuable it gets. Looking forward to these resource upgrades and scoping studies/DFS upgrades to come. Regards, Ed.
edgein
21/2/2018
08:37
So what was yesterdays sell off in aid of?I dont actually subscribe to MM games, no yesterday was a direct reaction to either undisclosed news or a warrant holder selling off in the market.Let's face it, if you were sitting in 300% plus profit you would do the same, de-risk your position, more so if it is company money and your job depended on ypur prudent performance.
telbap
21/2/2018
07:49
Will do. Going to do some research today and see if it stacks up.
pauliewonder
21/2/2018
07:42
Read the past couple of RNS. Plenty of news to come
jarega85
21/2/2018
07:35
Interesting company, looking at having a dabble although concerned I've missed the boat.
pauliewonder
20/2/2018
21:59
Stig 😂😂😂
cudmore
20/2/2018
11:01
Good to see things accelerating RNS comes across as a bit of publicity rather than with any new content . But Publicity/PR is fine with me and all part of pulling in interested parties and investors I guess the acceleration ties in with some of the warrants recently coverted
vish65
20/2/2018
11:00
Bullish bullish bullish
markfrankie
20/2/2018
10:59
Mick and Paul what a double act. Clowns.
the stigologist
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