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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vast Resources Plc LSE:VAST London Ordinary Share GB00BMD68046 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.75 8.57% 9.50 2,800,276 16:35:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.00 9.50 9.75 8.75 8.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -6.70 -0.06 20
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:08 O 105,000 9.50 GBX

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Vast Resources Daily Update: Vast Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VAST. The last closing price for Vast Resources was 8.75p.
Vast Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.50p and a 12 week average price of 7.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 381.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.50p.
There are currently 213,004,895 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 340,912,846 shares. The market capitalisation of Vast Resources Plc is £20,235,465.03.
johncasey: when that big machine arrives soon to get all that lovely copper out i reckon copper price will be $5/lb so the delay has worked in vast's favour Copper price hits record high as Chile gives bulls another reason to cheer MINING.COM Staff Writer | May 7, 2021 | 9:32 am Markets China Latin America Copper Copper price hit record high as Chile gives bulls another reason to cheer SX-EW processing at Chuquicamata mine in Chile. Image from Codelco. The world’s top copper producer Chile is giving bulls another reason to cheer while prices soared to an all-time high on Friday as optimism about a global rebound from the pandemic spurs a surge across commodities markets. Copper for delivery in July ended the day up 3.2%, with futures trading at $4.7490 per pound ($10,470 a tonne) on the Comex market in New York. SIGN UP FOR THE COPPER DIGEST Chile’s lower house on Thursday approved a measure that would introduce progressive taxes on copper sales, potentially creating a total burden of more than 80% — or almost double that of other major copper-producing nations. The measure, which would go into effect in 2024, still needs to be approved by the senate and could be blocked by the government in court. But if it succeeds, it could stall investments in a country where mature low-grade deposits need plenty of expenditure just to maintain output levels of about 5.7 million tonnes a year. Related read: As China row deepens, 1 million tonnes of Australian copper concentrate needs new buyers “This would at the very least delay any new capacity, extending the lengthy time-line to bring on a new mine,” said Grant Sporre, an analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. “Chile’s output could start to fade to 5 million tonnes.” Chile’s copper export revenue jumped 69% in April. The world’s top copper producer said it had exported $4.541 billion worth of copper in April alone. “THE COPPER MARKET AS IT CURRENTLY STANDS IS NOT PREPARED FOR THIS DEMAND ENVIRONMENT” Goldman Sachs Group Prices are up more than 30% this year and have more than doubled from lows in March of last year. Click here for an interactive chart of copper prices “Given high payments to the state, some assets would be un-investable and thus it limits the pool of mines that can make adequate returns, limiting supply,” said BTG Pactual analyst Cesar Perez-Novoa. “No mining company is going to take risks without being rewarded.” “It’s hard to foresee copper prices turning around amid the current bullish atmosphere,” Ji Xianfei, an analyst with Guotai Junan Futures told Bloomberg. “Macro easing, ample liquidity and a weaker dollar continue to drive the rally, while the broader commodities surge is being fueled by bets on inflation.” Trading house Trafigura Group, Goldman Sachs, and Bank of America expect copper to extend gains. Steel prices across Asia and North America are also booming, iron ore is at a record above $200 per tonne as miners struggle to keep up with the frenzied pace of consumption, and tin topped $30 000 for the first time in a decade. “The copper market as it currently stands is not prepared for this demand environment,” said Goldman Sachs Group Inc. There are a few major mines in development and none on the scale required to meet forecasts for future demand. “We don’t have many shovel-ready projects,” said Ivan Glasenberg, billionaire CEO of Glencore Plc. “You will need the so-called $15,000 copper price to encourage a lot of this more difficult investment.”
ugandalad: I give up since 10.31 yesterday I have been looking for the facts. All I've come up with is the share price over the last 18 months has been on a dropping trend; With a mine under development and undercapitalised, management have diverted resoutces into Zimbabwe diamond project also undercapitalised; Neither country is without political risk; Financing endeavours and mine reconstruction efforts are continually delayed or not achieved; shareholders hidden value of mineral reserves is continually being eroded by continuous need to raise more capital at reducing prices. Cash appears to be spent at ever increasing amounts judging by RNS reported activities. The number of "factual" posts on this and other Vast sites is vast not adding a lot to our knowledge base. Thank goodness for SLP and even SHG,BERI, BRWM, CYN and mostly it's only 0.13% of my portfolio now.
peterpowell21: To comment on copper prices. This teething problem and the delay in having to wait so long for the production licence has worked out to the advantage in the end. Again not for the long term holders, but for those that have and are buying in at todays price.If things had gone a lot faster and production had started a year ago, all that copper production would have been sold a lot cheaper. Now they still have it to sell at almost double the price. The share price would not be at this price though that is for sure. One man's loss is another man's gain. That is just the way of the world.
terminator101: Another areas you get it terminally wrong is saying that money flows from the impatient to the patient. That does not apply to AIM resource companies. Money flows from those who are not agile to those who are agile. Play the raised, bank and slice profits, but in general, these companies have the same long term profile and its all downrookie666 - 22 Nov 2020 - 10:27:09 - 11830 of 15066 WILL VAST RESOURCES BE THE BIGGEST MULTI BAGGER TOMORO OF ALL TIME? - VASTI agree, no point in moaning about VAST anymore. However, I think the reason people are still negative is due to being deeply underwater. I imagine a lot will cash out the moment their investment brings them back into profit, or at a level of loss that they are comfortable in taking. With any investment you need a stop loss. Don't allow yourself to still be in an investment if it falls below a certain threshold. The only time that doesn't hold true is if you switch on your computer in the morning to find a massive gap down in share price that's come out of 'nowhere'....remember money flows from the impatient to the patient!
terminator101: And so much for your point on consolidation may not result in a fall in the share price. Only problem with that is you don't actually believe it.........................rookie666 - 18 Dec 2020 - 14:15:28 - 12985 of 15064 WILL VAST RESOURCES BE THE BIGGEST MULTI BAGGER TOMORO OF ALL TIME? - VASTOK, time distorts things that were said - Apologies for not getting the full story across. AP said that they have been asked by their advisors to consolidate. However, VAST won't do it until the right time when no visibility of of anything that could hinder the share price post consolidation. Then he mentions the point about historically when you look at all AIM companies over time you instantly get a 20-25% drop in share price. So AP is mindful of this and so won't do it until he's fully confident that nothing else could negatively affect the price. As things currently stand, any minor set back won't alter the current share price. However, post consolidation this might not be the case....
terminator101: Nope VAST have never told porkies in a regulated communications. No Sir, just solid reliable information. For example they never settled the payment to Atlas at the end of July in shares instead of using the placing money raised on 22 June. Neither did they mislead the market by suggesting that the first stale of concentrate would conclude in late August.l. No Sir, that was absolutely not delayed until November. Just 100% reliable information from VAST at all times.#InAPweTrust"The cash raised from the Placing together with further subscription proceeds as referred to above will provide funds to cash settle the liability to Atlas Capital Markets ('Atlas') at the end of July or during August 2020, should Atlas decide to exercise its conversion rights prior to the Company finalising the refinancing announced on 15 May 2020. At current share prices, the necessary sum to achieve this is estimated by the Directors to be of the order of US$780,000 As announced on 24 October 2019 under the Atlas Bond Issue Deed there is a six months non-conversion period from the drawdown date (30 January 2020) after which Atlas may convert up to 10% of the par value of the Bond each month.In addition, the funds being raised will provide the Company with funding for the first month's production at the Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine until the first sale of concentrate expected in late August, together with some further general working capital."
dodge_city: It wasn't even much of a spike and it still couldn't sustain it. Copper at record high Vast share price at record low. Something is clearly not right. Someone is telling lies.
gold finger 1: Well i had stopped posting on here as i wanted the derampers to do their worst for the share price I went full in here so these prices are now irrelevant to me now, even though the price is ridiculously low. IT's now just a case of sitting back and watching the money flow into my account. Well done all that bought at the lows, averaged down or have just held. I feel sorry for those that sold on the lies and the incessant bashing. But i have to thank them, because i would never have got the amount i now have at such a low price. A steady rise from now till after the consolidation. Then some more news and boom. There will be very few shares then, so the share price will fly on a lot less volume.
terminator101: Yeah, wind back 2 to 3 years and the share price was over 0.6p and there were only 5bn shares in issue. Now over 20 billion shares and close to the lowest share price ever. It's been amazing :-)
apache_dropout: Market cap here around 17 mi?lion. Market cap of Toop is 3 million and Toop is not up to its eyes in debt and business is booming. So Vast share price could fall much further yet.
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