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VAST Vast Resources Plc

0.23
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24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vast Resources Plc LSE:VAST London Ordinary Share GB00BQ7WTT20 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.23 0.22 0.24 0.23 0.23 0.23 15,093,462 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Nonmtl Minrl Svcs, Ex Fuels 3.72M -10.51M -0.0024 -0.96 10M
Vast Resources Plc is listed in the Nonmtl Minrl Svcs, Ex Fuels sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VAST. The last closing price for Vast Resources was 0.23p. Over the last year, Vast Resources shares have traded in a share price range of 0.225p to 4.65p.

Vast Resources currently has 4,346,644,142 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Vast Resources is £10 million. Vast Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.96.

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15/2/2024
09:05
GF stop trying to sound intelligent, go look at a 3 year plus chart, the fundamentals, then come back and tell me he's the guru of AIM, come on Jackanory, invent another ramp story quick.
leewink1
15/2/2024
08:54
forfaiter1

You see as you can see there are two points of view.
Yet you point out the facts that you see posted in a RNS.
The opposite side is posted by lonely people looking for attention. Or exholders that hate the company as they have lost money they could not afford to lose. Or in doggys case a exemlpoyee that has a hatred for the company.
I am not happy with the share price But i see that the company has to do what it has to do.
I hope people have learnt one thing from posting on here for so long. It's never been cheap to get a mine up and running, even one that has been up and running before.

Asi have said before, i dont see mercuria calling in their debt. They have already agreed to a new repayment package. They are getting more and more concentrate every delivery. So will be making money from that, plus getting their debt paid off. They also have the option to buy up to 20% of the shares in vast now for under £1m. Now why would they do that. Well if they were to get hold of 20% of vast. it would put them in a very strong position to keep hold of the BP contract. Also the manaila contract when it comes back on line. With copper soon to be very difficult to get hold of soon. It would make sense to have a foot in the door of a growing miner.

Dont forget that Mercuria were at one stage looking to loan vast another $5m, six years ago. They now owe Mercuria about $4m 0r about £3.2m. So not a lot in the grand plan for them.

gold finger 1
15/2/2024
08:27
SALT is the one today boys.
CHECK THE RNS.

BANGER

genierub
15/2/2024
08:15
" Whilst it is appreciated that there has been a considerable period of time since the delivery of the historic parcel was first expected, the Company has good reason to believe that finalisation of the delivery of the parcel can still be finalised in the close future. "
forfaiter1
15/2/2024
08:01
"Value at this level". Hilarious mate. There's an at least 80% discounted placing coming. And probably then some. You are about to get mugged again.
terminator101
15/2/2024
07:45
"The Directors therefore propose that authority from Shareholders be requested to issue, up to a nominal value of £8,400,000 of share capital (equivalent to 8,400,000,000 Existing Ordinary Shares) (Resolutions 1 and 2), which if issued at par value for each New Ordinary Shares would raise £8.4million, or approximately US$10.5 million - sufficient to repay the Creditors and provide the necessary working capital together with a small additional margin.."
jungmana
15/2/2024
07:43
So over $9 million to be raised after consolidation to pay off creditors, then at least $1m more for working capital. That's more than $10 million in total. Prospective Funders know vast is at a precarious position and desperate to pay off debt therefore what price will they settle to achieve that level of funding?Big discount imo as happened at HE1.AP is only happy to keep his gravy train moving and has no interest in making you money.
jungmana
15/2/2024
07:28
DexdringleNot sure how many times you need to be informed by the company. That its the Zimbabwe government that wants a news blackout about these diamonds. If you don't believe what you are told. Why would you believe any other news.
gold finger 1
15/2/2024
06:42
So doggy starts a thread up that no one apart from doggy posts on. But even he posts more here. Now why would that be. I could help him out, all I would have to do is post on there. He may ban me for not having what he would call right think. But I very much doubt if he would do that as he likes attention. Without people like me and other holder posting over there, that thread will very soon die . So anyone that posts hate towards holders and the company, do doggy a favour and post on his thread, only to help him not feel that he is alone.
gold finger 1
15/2/2024
01:45
Before or after the consolidationBefore or after the placing to pay debt Before of after the placing to cover their 1m a month cash burn not covered by production
jas2022
15/2/2024
01:43
They don't have anything to update. Didn't the bank need to write a new policy that would then need approvals at multiple levels before stones released. That's if the stones are actually there (no update) are the original ones (no update) the court ordered them released a year ago so the bank have not so the courts judgement is worthless in reality. If the stones are released now they pay the debt or they can just dilute the stock and do a massive placing paid for by mug punters to cover the debt.
jas2022
14/2/2024
22:37
They don't care though.
bionicdog
14/2/2024
20:52
Given that the recovery of the package of diamonds is critical, I would have thought that VERY regular updates on that from the company would be in order as a very minimum ?
dexdringle
14/2/2024
20:44
True its a dog of a share....no doubt.....but I see value at this level going forward.....
forfaiter1
14/2/2024
20:37
You don't find the fact that I predicted the wording in the RNS disturbing? They have done this on so many occasions now.
bionicdog
14/2/2024
20:36
We obviously have a difference of opinion and interpretation of the RNS......happy to buy at these levels.....
forfaiter1
14/2/2024
20:22
"They know the diamonds are close and that is why they are happy to extend the debt repayments."

No they are not , they want their money. They don't want stories about diamonds or property in Romania.

bionicdog
14/2/2024
20:19
forfaiter

You will see from the header that I predicted the use of words. It's what they do.

g2theary 8 Feb '24 - 16:37 - 21611 of 21951

One thing I’ll say that volume is not to be ignored … you know what’s coming ;)

bionicdog 8 Feb '24 - 16:40 - 21612 of 21951 Edit

Announcement of an EGM and permission to issue more shares (just in case , but they probably won't need to)?

bionicdog
14/2/2024
19:51
“Vast has received an offer from the Nikash Group to purchase PGM concentrate containing on average 15% platinum plus other payable materials and which is being marketed as a platinum concentrate.”

RNSs need to be read in many ways.

Is this concentrate containing minimum 15% platinum, plus other payable materials?
Or is it concentrate containing minimum 15% platinum plus other payable materials?

I could market my cats litter tray as “platinum concentrate” if it contained 15% copper and no platinum.

purchaseatthetop
14/2/2024
19:48
The consolidation demonstrates lack of confidence in the share price rising above nominal any time soon.
skif
14/2/2024
19:33
As fluid as treacle
shortsqueezer
14/2/2024
19:33
Indicated a firm interest. So nothing concrete then. Clutching at straws.
shortsqueezer
14/2/2024
19:25
" Subject to the completion of the first sale under the Platinum Group Metals Agreement the owner of the Swiss investment Company owning the high grade PGM concentrate has indicated a firm interest in providing major restructuring finance to the Company, partly through debt and partly through equity to be issued at a higher price than the current share price."
forfaiter1
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