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TGA Thungela Resources Limited

515.00
7.00 (1.38%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Thungela Resources Limited LSE:TGA London Ordinary Share ZAE000296554 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  7.00 1.38% 515.00 514.00 517.00 518.50 508.00 508.00 104,998 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Coal Mining Services 30.81B 5.16B 37.8691 0.14 703.37M
Thungela Resources Limited is listed in the Coal Mining Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TGA. The last closing price for Thungela Resources was 508p. Over the last year, Thungela Resources shares have traded in a share price range of 414.40p to 822.20p.

Thungela Resources currently has 136,311,808 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Thungela Resources is £703.37 million. Thungela Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 0.14.

Thungela Resources Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/6/2024
12:39
I rarely trade a share but do with Thungela as the share price just reacts to the spot coal price. See this link for that:-



So over the last 12 months:-

Sept 2023 ….coal peaked at $162 and TGA peaked at £8.

November 2023 ….coal down to $120 and TGA down to £5.80

Feb 2024 ….after a bounce coal fell to $115 and TGA also bottomed then to £4.15

April 2024 …coal bounced to $145 and TGA bounced to £6.30.

TODAY. Coal $133 and share down to £5.10.

Ideally the current coal price fall needs to continue to around $120 to $125 to give the next TGA buy trading opportunity. Now might be too early… but best way to decide that is to monitor the spot coal price.

Also note the coal bubble peak of $444 in Sept 2022. Thungela share price also peaked then at £18.

It’s also worth keeping an eye on the next ex dividend date as there’s also a strong case to buy and get that big dividend.

kenmitch
11/6/2024
12:30
Any suggestion what the next dividend payment might be, I think it’s august September time
dodger777
11/6/2024
12:22
I think Thungela is a share to hold for the income it generates. Variations in the share price should be pretty much ignored ... except for the opportunity they occasionally provide to buy future income cheaply.
saltraider
11/6/2024
11:21
Politics ?? Why the big drop
maty
07/6/2024
11:17
Marshall Wace increased on 4th June (now at 0.8%).
thisaintme
07/6/2024
10:57
Have we picked up a shorter...
sbb1x
06/6/2024
13:45
Since yesterday RNS this has gone down hill
sbb1x
05/6/2024
15:47
And another buy 10,000@550
sbb1x
05/6/2024
15:44
Nice buy 10,000@550
sbb1x
04/6/2024
12:55
Higher lows and higher highs bodes well
sbb1x
01/6/2024
23:56
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sbb1x
30/5/2024
16:02
When's the results known...
sbb1x
29/5/2024
07:23
Exactly that - elections are today so there could be a buying opportunity over the next few days.
hunter154
29/5/2024
04:09
Why the big drop .. maybe sth African politics ?
maty
08/5/2024
12:43
The dividend has now appeared in my II account.
888icb
08/5/2024
11:09
Try after 3pm today and the dividend might there
scorpione
08/5/2024
08:56
No dividend in my II account.
888icb
08/5/2024
08:43
Dividend was due to be paid May 7th. Has anyone received theirs?
sturmey
07/5/2024
09:40
A £5K holding here gives you the excitement of seeing one share in your portfolio move up (and down) £250 a day seemingly at random. Also gives you a daily reminder the rest of the world is getting cheap energy while we "save the planet" paying an arm and a leg for our energy from "un-reliable" expensive windmills.
penandnen
18/4/2024
15:44
Buy backs up to 100,000 shares a day is intetesting. Could these re visit 630s
sbb1x
12/4/2024
09:52
Think the days of maga high coal prices is well behind us although I don't see any reduction in usage being phased out for many years to come (India etc)

Don't see this going anywhere close to the previous £16 level but with a steady revenue stream from physical sales I am more than happy with my "passive income" holding for just the dividends alone

casket1
11/4/2024
15:22
Not many canaries in these mines! I seem to remember AAL "gifted" me this holding. Added some. Sold some. Still unsure what I'm doing here. Can't complain about dividend stream but capital-wise, I just tend to view it a "foreign aid". Who remembers Lonmin?
penandnen
19/3/2024
16:21
Why the big jump today when news was yesterday morning?
hunter154
19/3/2024
10:36
Thanks for the responses.

I am registered as a sole trader, my business being share trading. So trading gains/losses count as income alongside dividends, PAYE earnings, pension, interest etc. I cam also offset income against prior year trading losses. So if it turns out that I don't have to pay tax in 23/4, or at least not much, the my thinking is that i could reclaim the tax paid in SA (I assume there is a double taxation agreement with the UK.)

anyway, more in hope than expectation, i have registered on www.sars.gov.za to see if i can make any progress

hipete69
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