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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
  -0.05 -0.76% 6.55 220,248 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.50 6.60 6.55 6.55 6.55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -6.70 -0.06 15
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:01:25 O 152 6.60 GBX

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17/9/2021
09:20
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 6.60p.
Vast Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.31p and a 12 week average price of 6.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 381.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.25p.
There are currently 222,196,957 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,027,378 shares. The market capitalisation of Vast Resources Plc is £14,553,900.68.
12/9/2021
11:32
gold finger 1: AIM companies are news driven. They normally use this news to get the share price up and dilute into it. Now contrary to what is posted on social media. Vast had not diluted 8 months. Then only because shipping of the concentrate was held back for a month so payment was delayed by a month. So in reality they had no need to pump the news of production out at a steady pace to get the share price higher. As i said in my last post, it now looks like most those overhang share have gone now so i would expect news to start flowing very soon. Not production news, but they have a lot of other news that has been held back until that overhang had gone. Also in the last 6 months there has been 3 lots of directors buys.
07/9/2021
10:09
gold finger 1: The management will know that they have now turned the corner on the finance front. They don't need to keep these finance companies that take the shares to make a fast profit, happy anymore. This is being shown with the fact that they are holding news back so they can't sell into it. If they thought for one minute that they would have to go back to these people, they would just let them make money on the news flow. Maybe they were led to believe that this news would be released for them to sell into it. I know this share price drop will be hurting some. For me i can wait, they can force the price down as much as they like. I KNOW that sooner or later the RNS will start to flow, then we will get the value this company should be at. Never forget that AP holds 7.5% of vast shares, At a average of around 19p a share. Those that say this makes no difference are talking rubbish. But there has been a lot of rubbish spoken about vast and the management for far too many years.
30/8/2021
10:51
1347: "Friday 11 October, 2019 Vast Resources plc Chiadzwa Community Diamond Project Vast Resources plc / Ticker: VAST / Index: AIM / Sector: Mining 11 October 2019 Vast Resources plc (“Vast” or the “Company”;) Chiadzwa Community Diamond Project Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, is pleased to update the market on progress of the Chiadzwa Community Diamond Project. The Company notes the recent comments in a number of online news sites as a result of the press conference held by the Hon. Minister W Chitando at the Zimbabwe Ministry of Mines and Mining Development relating to the current status of the signing of the Agreements between its Zimbabwean subsidiary company Katanga Mining (Pvt) Ltd – (which is jointly owned with Chiadzwa Mineral Resources (Pvt) Ltd) – and Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (Pvt) Ltd (‘ZCDC’). The Company continues to work closely with the Zimbabwean Ministry of Mines and Mining Development, ZCDC and the Chiadzwa Community and wishes to confirm that it has received confirmation of the signing during the course of next week." Over 18 months later, still waiting for Godot.......
25/8/2021
16:09
gold finger 1: I was just looking at a exploration company. I would say one of the AIM darlings over the last two years. Greatland gold. They had a great run up with their share price from two years ago 1.69p as high as 37.35p a year later. From there on the 28 dec 2020 to todays price of 16.60p with a market cap of £653m. What do they produce, nothing. What are they developing, nothing. No revenue. Had they reached their peak in dec 2020? All i know is they have found gold, now they have to sell it to someone. Or find a shed load of money to develop the site. if they are lucky they will have it ready to start the ramp up for production in 10 years. I think i know which company i would want my money in, yes vast, in production, ramping up and bringing money in. With a M/C of a lowly £15m.
22/8/2021
12:36
gold finger 1: The parasites will have been posting negative here for years. The fact that they called it right is amazing. Why amazing, because they have not one idea how to value a company, that is clear to have seen. Its not hard to be negative on 99% of AIM stocks, and claim to have called it right. I mean for one its the AIM market. Two, they always need money so placings are a cert. Three, they are a start up. All the reasons a company is certain to fall in price, or fail. I have thought that a year ago that was the time to buy. Yes i was wrong. I have learnt a lot over that year. None more so than it still cost money and time to get the mine and plant up and running and ramped up. Never rely on banks as they are a law upon themselves. But today Vast are in the best position it has ever been in, even if the share price does not reflect this. The Market cap is the only thing that has rise over time. Only because of placings. Debt is very low ($9m) compared to the fact that the BP Asset alone has a value of around $140m, (£100m) market cap (£15.5m). So why on earth would anyone sell now. Why in fact would anyone advice people to sell? Just to make one thing clear, i am not advising anyone to buy. You must do what's best for you. I have only ever posted facts that have been stated by the company, unlike the parasites that have made up lies and even gone as low as wishing workers death and harm. I have been called a liar, ramper an employee of the company, even a few time that i must be AP, by these people many times. When challenged to post these Claims they have never been able to back it up with any proof. Says all you need to know. For some reason they have never wanted anyone on these BB's to post the positives here. Is it that they are just lonely trolls, looking for attention, or is it something more sinister? I am really looking forward to next week and the weeks and months to come.
16/8/2021
10:36
dodge_city: On the basis that the current share price is about right and that things are improving at VAST, and plenty of newsflow is to be expected I would say this is now worth a punt. But still an overhang to clear which could drag the share price lower.
11/8/2021
07:54
1347: As if I care. Anyone with half a brain thats been 'invested' in Vast more than a few days can see what an absolute disaater it's been with Prelea et al in charge, including a 90% wipeout of shares on consolidation, yet the share price is still effectively below the old nominal price of 1.0 p (10 p in new money). If some want to ignore facts then that's absolutely fine with me, but I will point them out as and when. Talking of which, what happened to Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds? That bus with the Minister on still hasn't turned up has it? Where did all the plcing money raised for that go then? What value did it add for shareholders?
11/8/2021
07:18
burtond1: Vast opportunities for @vast_resources"...if #VAST can sustain its momentum at Baita Plai, turning its concentrate production into steady sales, and its drilling programme into confirmation of an expanded resource, the share price might start to move..."https://total-market-solutions.com/2021/08/vast-resources-plc/
10/8/2021
09:31
tigerbythetail: In all likelihood, copper and other industrial metals still have a way further to fall - certainly if the world slips into stagflation, which seems the most likely macro-economic outcome right now. But, ignoring macro-economics, the only way forward for Vast is to place and place and place equity over the next few months, in the hope that the mine reaches a point that it generates enough cash to pay for its opex, any more sustaining capex required, and also Vast's substantial G&A. Atlas have done this deal because they see the writing on the wall for Vast, and they have decided to grab $1m whilst they still can, and to hope (but not really expect) that they can get more later. Note also how we are not told what the new loan premium will be - expect it to outrageous in such circumstances. You are also ignoring the fact that the new mine manager has walked off the job - what does that tell you? That everything is going well?!? If you can't see multiple placings coming down the line, you really shouldn't be investing in this kind of company. There might be pieces to pick up in a year's time, or there might not. By then I'd imagine the share price will be back at 1p again, and the number of shares in issue will have ballooned back into the billions, despite the consolidation.
29/7/2021
07:40
gold finger 1: Well as things on the production side seem to be on track and making a profit. Vast should be in a very good position to get that bank finance now. Well for a start they have BP as a asset, Value was around $100m. They seem to have done all the restructuring the bank wanted. Now, not only do they have income coming in, that income is making a profit from july. If there is an asset to secure the debt, and a relatively assured future income, banks will lend -- though the financing rate may not be as favourable as if there were current income. Now how do i know know this, i hear the naysays shout. Well simple. There are now almost 300 people working away at BP alone. Also the management have stated this fact. See below. 25 May 2021 Vast Resources plc ("Vast" or the "Company") Baita Plai Video Footage: End to End Processing Chain Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, is pleased to announce the publication of new video footage taken at the Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine in Romania which is available on the Company's YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/watch?v=anJN7VsNfhE and on other social media channels. The footage, recorded by Vast management during a recent trip by the senior executive team, highlights the end to end processing chain which continues to operate uninterrupted whilst Baita Plai ramps up in line with the mine upgrade plan announced in March 2021. The video footage shows the assessment of the new development area to Level 19 followed by stockpiled ore and ore laiden wagons waiting to be taken to the processing plant. Filming inside the process plant shows the ore being crushed and milled and then directed through the copper and zinc flotation processes. The filter press produces fresh concentrate and this is prepared and stored ahead of collection from Vast's offtake partner. The recent visit by the senior executive team has reinforced the Board's confidence in the successful execution of the new mine plan together with the effective deployment of the enlarged operational team. The operational team, focussed both underground and in the process plant, now includes a bolstered Romanian workforce spanning highly experienced mining and processing professionals and new entrants to the industry, working under the supervision and tutelage of the operational management team installed by the Company over the past three months. The new mechanised mine plan, which requires no further funding for capex or opex, continues to progress encouragingly and the Board looks forward to providing further updates in due course.
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