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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xtract Resources Plc LSE:XTR London Ordinary Share GB00BYSX2795 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -3.39% 1.425 1,698,970 09:23:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.40 1.45 1.475 1.425 1.475
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.35 -1.09 -0.30 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:33 O 3,189 1.405 GBX

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28/10/2020
08:20
Xtract Resources Daily Update: Xtract Resources Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XTR. The last closing price for Xtract Resources was 1.48p.
Xtract Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.13p and a 12 week average price of 1.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.23p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.50p.
There are currently 519,465,144 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,885,169 shares. The market capitalisation of Xtract Resources Plc is £7,402,378.30.
06/10/2020
12:10
freedom97: Re. Xtract Resources plc Kalengwa Processing Copper Project Agreement RNS 15 July 2019: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/xtract-resources-XTR/share-news/Xtract-Resources-plc-Kalengwa-Processing-Copper-Pr/80327651 "The Parties will enter into a 90-day due diligence period (the "Option Period")" Xtract Resources plc Kalengwa update 21/10/2019 3:21pm "The Board of Xtract Resources Plc ("Xtract" or the "Company") announces that further to the announcement of 15 July 2019, the Company has today informed KPZ International Ltd ("KPZ") that it intends to exercise its option to act as contractor for the Kalengwa Processing project on the copper large scale mining license number 24401-HQ-LEL located in the central part of the Republic of Zambia": https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/xtract-resources-XTR/share-news/Xtract-Resources-plc-Kalengwa-update/80958856 Colin stated in an interview after the 90 day due diligence, that he is satisfied that the licence was legally acquired by KPZ"
18/9/2020
07:34
broken_arrow1: The CEO of Xtract says he has no idea why people are selling because nothing has changed, he also calls the low market value of XTR "Dozy" The podcast link is below. Https://audioboom.com/posts/7677076-colin-bird-executive-chairman-xtract-resources-plc-xtr-l-podcast According to a number of historic podcasts the CEO suggests XTR's Manica project will deliver $500k/$600k free cash a MONTH to Xtract. If that is attained there in no way the market value will be £6m. Readers must decide but the shrewd will be buying right now.
13/9/2020
21:44
goldenshread: CEO seems to think the share price fall is bonkers. Https://audioboom.com/posts/7677076-colin-bird-executive-chairman-xtract-resources-plc-xtr-l-podcast
28/4/2020
22:01
grimreaper2019: No co-incidence that the share price of BZT has been slaughtered by heavy selling and the share price of Xtract Resources has been depressed by a constant seller. Both have a common denominator - Sanderson Capital, given their significant investment losses one wonders how they manage to stay solvent. Sanderson - Novum - Beaufort - Malik - Bellis, no thank you, Colin Bird needs to keep better company. Shrewd folk are buyers of both BZT & XTR
22/10/2019
10:24
freedom97: Just incase some haven't read or forgotten what was said in the 15 July RNS re. the $200k in new shares, read the following; From 15 July RNS: "The Parties will enter into a 90-day due diligence period (the "Option Period") and, on completion of the Option Period should the Company wish to proceed to act as Contractor, Xtract will pay KPZ USD200,000 to be settled through the issuance of new Xtract ordinary shares ("New Xtract Shares"). The share price used to determine the number of New Xtract Shares shall be the volume weighted average share price for the month ended 30 June 2019. From the date of issue until the date six months thereafter, KPZ may not dispose of any New Xtract Shares. Thereafter, KPZ may sell such number of New Xtract Shares as set out below in the relevant period, provided that so as to maintain an orderly market in the trading of Xtract ordinary shares, KPZ must give Xtract 60 days' notice of the number of New Xtract Shares KPZ wishes to sell and any such sale must be conducted through Xtract's Broker: -- 20% for a period of 6-12 months; -- 50% for a period of 12-18 months; and -- 30% for a period of 18-24 months"
23/8/2019
12:53
janekane: HannsJohn2019 29 Jul '19 - 14:05 0 0 0 News 20/08/2019 12:42 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Tailings sampling at Kalengwa 09/08/2019 07:00 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Eureka Project Update 02/08/2019 15:29 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Director/PDMR Shareholding 01/08/2019 12:58 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Company and Manica Alluvial Gold Update 25/07/2019 16:03 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Issue of Equity The Questions that need to be answered: • Did the owners of the shares dumped by Xtract over the last week know that their deal with KPZ would be ruled illegal by Zambian government? • Mr Bird knew there was a very serious dispute coupled with government investigations of Xtract and KPZ, but he did not inform current shareholders or those who bought. Why? • There was growing evidence that the Kalengwa licence was obtained illegally so did they decide to cut and run? Or was that always the plan? • Xtract announced their deal with KPZ to the stock market and because of the press announcement the share price of Xtract rose. Why did they not inform the public? • Did they sell shares to an uninformed and unsuspecting public in order to raise the price of the shares in order to sell soon after? • Did Xtract create content they knew to be false and illegal in order to inflate the share price? • They did so in full cooperation and assistance with a well-known Zambian criminal Shawi Fawaz. Why did they work with him? • Have the buyers of the Xtract shares been lied to by Colin Bird and by his associate, one of Zambia’s most notorious criminals, Shawi Fawaz? The full story is her https://medium.com/@hannsjohn4/the-kalengwa-copper-mine-making-offers-that-can-be-refused-f28ba65cab48
29/7/2019
15:59
freedom97: John, I've had a quick read of your webpage, and can spot many errors, Also, you say Xtract share price hit a 12 month high on 21 July, how is this possible when the markets are closed on Sundays. You then go on and say, "The Share Price crashed on the 22 July, losing 23% Market Value." Absolute Rubbish! The share price closed up 21.4%!! that day. Then on Tuesday 23rd the share price hit a high with a mid price of 2.075p closing UP 8.8% after some profit taking. The profit taking continued on the 24th closing down 5.4%. On the 25th the share price recovered and was UP 2.9% just before the Placing RNS was issued, then MM's as they do with most shares, immediately robbed pi's by dropping the share price so hitting any stop losses, they dropped the share price by over 12% on just a few small sells then others panicked and sold, who probably hadn't even read the RNS. The share price closed down that day by 22.9%. It makes me wonder how many other things you have got completely wrong too. Were you one of those that panicked or your stop loss got hit? else why have you & Kevin spent so much time on writing your webpage? Or are you related to another company that wanted the contract and CB got in before you? Have you even bothered to email your webpage details & questions to Colin before making it public? to get the facts right! As I mentioned above I've spotted many errors. As for the reason for why the share price went down after hitting 2.05 Bid, Nothing unusual about that if you use charts. Check what Zac Mir said in his webcast when he did a chart a few days earlier, he indicates the share price could hit a high of around 2p. Hence some decided to take profits. So I think you are barking up the wrong wall. Had there been no placing news on the 25th I think the share price would have continued to rise and break thru the 2p barrier as the MCAP for the company is way to low. If you haven't already sent your webpage link to Colin, to get his comments on whether you have it totally wrong, then I strongly suggest you do so.
29/7/2019
13:05
hannsjohn2019: The Questions that need to be answered: • Did the owners of the shares dumped by Xtract over the last week know that their deal with KPZ would be ruled illegal by Zambian government? • Mr Bird knew there was a very serious dispute coupled with government investigations of Xtract and KPZ, but he did not inform current shareholders or those who bought. Why? • There was growing evidence that the Kalengwa licence was obtained illegally so did they decide to cut and run? Or was that always the plan? • Xtract announced their deal with KPZ to the stock market and because of the press announcement the share price of Xtract rose. Why did they not inform the public? • Did they sell shares to an uninformed and unsuspecting public in order to raise the price of the shares in order to sell soon after? • Did Xtract create content they knew to be false and illegal in order to inflate the share price? • They did so in full cooperation and assistance with a well-known Zambian criminal Shawi Fawaz. Why did they work with him? • Have the buyers of the Xtract shares been lied to by Colin Bird and by his associate, one of Zambia’s most notorious criminals, Shawi Fawaz? The full story is here: https://medium.com/@hannsjohn4/the-kalengwa-copper-mine-making-offers-that-can-be-refused-f28ba65cab48
07/6/2019
09:34
nico9: XTR share price does make me laugh. I look at Kefi minerals to compare. Their market cap is nearly 10m and share price is double that of ours yet they wont be producing gold till at least 2021. We are producing gold. We have a stock of gold still to sell. We pretty much have an offer of 20m on the table for Fairbride, Whats not to like. Yet we are drifting downwards from 1p. I just dont understand it
29/5/2019
10:25
tomboyb: Xtract Resources plc Manica hard rock collaboration agreement 29/05/2019 11:22am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Xtract Resources (LSE:XTR) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Wednesday 29 May 2019 Click Here for more Xtract Resources Charts. TIDMXTR RNS Number : 4822A Xtract Resources plc 29 May 2019 For immediate release 29 May 2019 Xtract Resources Plc ("Xtract" or the "Company") Manica licence 3990C Hard Rock Collaboration Agreement The Board of Xtract Resources Plc ("Xtract" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that the Company has today concluded a collaboration agreement ("Collaboration Agreement" or "Agreement") with Mutapa Mining and Processing LDA ("MMP") for the mining and mineral processing of the Company's Manica hard rock gold deposits ("Manica Project") at Xtract's Manica mining concession licence 3990C in Mozambique. Highlights of the Agreement -- Funding and operational agreement for Manica hard rock gold deposits signed on 29 May 2019 -- MMP, in partnership with Omnia, appointed as independent mineral processing contractor on the various gold bearing mineral deposits on the concession -- Agreement provides for MMP to build and operate a carbon-in-leach (CIL) plant -- MMP to finance and conduct the mining operations to include all capital and operating costs -- Xtract will receive between 20% and 23% (dependent on prevailing gold price) of the hard rock after tax operating cash flow -- Concession exploration programme to be initiated with an objective to enlarge the gold resource within current known areas not yet tested -- Gravity recoverable gold to be exploited during the CIL plant-build phase, assuming suitable material is available Colin Bird, Executive Chairman said: "This agreement allows for the extraction of CIL amenable resources to be commenced in the mid-term whilst alluvial operations continue. The income to Xtract once commercial levels of production are achieved, is expected to be significant and continuing for in excess of 6 years. During the construction period, we plan to process, those mineral resources which are amenable to gravity processing and continue with the alluvial operations. A concession exploration programme will be initiated with a view to enlarging the currently known resource by drilling at depth and testing areas not yet investigated. The CIL plant will undoubtedly open up new feed material sources outside the concession and where appropriate we will strike deals with the concession owners to treat their ore on a commercial basis." Fairbride Hard Rock Mining and Collaboration Agreement Background The Collaboration Agreement has been entered into on 29 May 2019 inter alia by the Company, the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, Explorator Limitada ("Explorator"), and Mutapa Mining and Processing LDA ("MMP") (the "Mining Contractor"). MMP is currently the owner of a 42,000 tonne per month hard rock processing plant, that includes crushing, milling and gravity recovery circuits and a furnace, for mining and mineral processing, located in the Manica region of Mozambique. The MMP plant has already had over US$11 million invested to date and, so far as the Company is aware, represents the only sophisticated hard rock processing capacity in the Manica region. The MMP plant is the key reason supporting the rationale of agreeing the Collaboration Agreement, as it reduces both capital expenditure requirement and the time to production of the Manica Project. Xtract are satisfied that MMP has the necessary technical and operational capability to execute the proposed development plan at Manica, including the installation, commissioning and operation of the proposed CIL.
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