Buy
Sell
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vast Resources Plc LSE:VAST London Ordinary Share GB00B142P698 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.0075p +6.67% 0.12p 90,456,798 11:36:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.115p 0.125p 0.1225p 0.115p 0.115p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 21.90 -8.33 -0.26 10.5

Vast Resources (VAST) Latest News (4)

More Vast Resources News
Vast Resources Takeover Rumours

Vast Resources (VAST) Share Charts

1 Year Vast Resources Chart

1 Year Vast Resources Chart

1 Month Vast Resources Chart

1 Month Vast Resources Chart

Intraday Vast Resources Chart

Intraday Vast Resources Chart

Vast Resources (VAST) Discussions and Chat

Vast Resources (VAST) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
12:12:220.128,494,16610,031.61O
11:29:460.12154,773188.05O
11:26:300.12360,728438.28O
11:04:420.12380,000462.84O
10:26:500.122,000,0002,416.00O
View all Vast Resources trades in real-time

Vast Resources (VAST) Top Chat Posts

DateSubject
17/6/2019
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 0.11p.
Vast Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.09p and a 12 week average price of 0.09p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.69p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.09p.
There are currently 8,721,033,379 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 121,097,378 shares. The market capitalisation of Vast Resources Plc is £10,465,240.05.
10/6/2019
06:14
lukmanpatel: Another troll by the username lsehotdealz haha, share price is stagnant and there’s talks of fundraise at 10p on that board lol desperation has lead to going round posting on different board to prevent share price from dropping, usually ud stay quiet and average down and accumulate if you see huge potential lmaoo he’s spamming all the boards
25/5/2019
03:53
1rodson: This was almost 4 years ago what happen to make it all down hill from then. What happened with the Mecurial deal? Vast had 3 billion tonnes at Magura Neagra, up to 1billion tonnes at Piciorul Zimbrului, 2.9 million tonnes at Manaila, up to 26 million tonnes at Carlibaba, at least 1.8million tonnes at Baita Plai and 3 million tonnes of tailings at Faneata Tailings. Then in 2016 it was stated that the infrastructure for Carlibaba, Baita Plai and Manaila would all be fully operational within 18 months. The JORC and drilling results from Magura Neagra and Piciorul Zimbrului will drive the share price up massively way beyond 2p given that Vast will be cash flow positive. WELL WHY IS NOT SO NOW? OWHAT IS REALLY GOING ON HERE? WHY HAS THE share price CRASHED DOWN TO TODAY's LOWS? Is there really any need for a wine loving ancient geriatric to be serving as the Chair when this dawg obviously needs dynamic leadership!
08/4/2019
15:41
rookie666: Hmmm...the silence is deafening! Was expecting this to happen as it's the one asset that's profitable. What I am surprised about though is the lack of share price movement following this announcement. Hard to gauge how the market is reacting to this....
20/2/2019
13:53
rookie666: Difficult question to answer. I would hope that the share price would double from current level on news of financing. But I'm cautious beyond that.... A Share consolidation followed by a large fund raise might still be on the cards What I do know though is that having bought at distressed levels I probably won't buy any further shares in VAST.
14/2/2019
09:29
laptop15: Often the share price drops below placing price even though it was a good move to pay off remainder of Bergen. I will wait before I buy more as once bitten twice shy. Hopefully VAST can recover later in the year.
01/2/2019
10:59
johncasey: posted on lse RE: AGMToday 10:39I went to the EGM yesterday. Only a dozen shareholders were there AP looked confident and happy as always.Everything seemed normal and calm apart from a couple angry participants(one an ex director).Nothing to worry about according to AP and BM.Following answers were given from SH questions. A) Mercurias No came as a surprise nothing to do with Vast but their own internal issues.B) AP loves to buy shares at these levels but is restricted due to close end something but his family members are loading them substantially. C) They did miss the December 31st deadline with Sub Sahara but no issues as the later is aware of the situation. D)According to AP the overall costs of running Vast per month are only 200,000 dollars and they boards wages are the lowest in the business. E) Under current depressed Share price Placings do not look feasible but never know depending on the situation. F) 66 workers already in BP another 144 approx looking into .G) RT said Diamonds are around the corner RM have a Govt pledge. H) Vast have enough funds to sustain a certain period have paid this months wages already. I)AP will not resign as it commands the overwhelming SH confidence as expressed in the voting. J) Has a lot of options to raise funds out of five three Off takers are in deep talks 3 to 6 weeks approx for conclusion. ETC ETC Sammy on Twitter was there as well his camera failed to record the proceedings properly he is working on it ADIOS.
23/12/2018
11:05
footloose2: electric Have you ever been in a company that have used these type of financing? I was a good few years ago can't remember which company it was now from memory. I did not know really how they worked back then. The market cap of said company was about 2m when i bought in, looked very cheap. Well the deal with these kind of loans is there is an agreement that over each month they take a % of the money they are owed,and turn them into shares at an average over so many days in that month of the share price, then they get them at say -5%.Well the share price stayed about the same or even lower after 12 months, but the market cap was about 15m. So any value that was in the company was gone. Lets just say if it does not turned out to be a bridging loan you will not be very happy, i can assure you of that. I mean do you have any idea what that agreement means. Well it about as clear as mud to me. But i know one thing it's not good.
11/11/2018
11:15
footloose2: Green richard Did you ever buy back the half of your shares you said you had back in September? Or are you still waiting for the share price to fall some more? I hope you in fact sold the lot as you have no faith in AP or the company by the sound of your posts. I am sure you being the expert you are you would have made a tidy profit.But keep posting as i am sure we could all learn from your frank opinions and knowledge. When you buy shares in AIM, do you just stick a pin in the share list to pick your share? I would be interested to learn from someone like you, as looking at fundamentals and trusting what a CEO is something you seem to frown on doing. I do agree with you that 90% of AIM CEO's lie and are just in it to make them self money.I have come across many over time. But i don't see this in AP,he seems to be a tireless worker,has plenty of skin in the company, and is doing what he said he would do. The only thing missing here at the moment is the rise in the share price You have to remember it was not him that said the share price would be 1p+ after the licence dropped. He probable had an idea that the market would not put the added value to the share price until it was closer to coming on to production. Also the fact that Zim and Rom seem to be opening up to companies has meant he has suddenly got a lot more balls to jiggle with and the market want to see how he jiggles them. Time will tell here, there are risks, but with a Market cap of 30m this could be the beginnings of him getting this to a mid tier company.
03/11/2018
08:19
footloose2: Well its hard to say if those were buys or sells. But does it matter either way. If they were sells well good thats most of the placeing shares gone in two sells. People saying the Q3 update will be bad because its late. I do wonder sometimes where there logic comes from. They say if they were good then it would have meant they would have been released and they would have got the placing away at a higher price, really? Maybe AP could have released them just before he paid 0.6p a share in the placing two weeks ago.If he had released them before the placing the share price would have still have dropped but with those that had bought them selling anyway. For me they will now be released most likely monday or some time next week. IMO they will be good to get the share price back up to around the 0.6p level. Does anyone (apart from the AP haters) really think that he has held them back so he could throw so more bad news at the share price just after a placing? Lets face facts, money was needed here. Money has now been brought in.Its a fact that that is the reason this share price has been held back. Now that is sorted all the news that has been released over the last few months can start to be priced in. Also all the news that has been held back can be released. IMO the share price will not be in the 0.5p range come the end of next week.
22/11/2016
14:26
laptop15: Geez that's about time guys!! Hopefully vast share price can start to recover now :)) if a placing is done they at least do it at a higher share price altogether!Life begins again for us shareholders :))
Vast Resources share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
Your Recent History
LSE
VAST
Vast Resou..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20190617 12:34:14