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Jubilee today announce the full year results for FY 2021 ending in June 21. It was a year of continued progress with revenues up 143% to £133m (from FY 2020), adjusted PBT up 324% to £52m and eps up 93% to 1.8p/sh – an extraordinary year – but still only the beginning of the progression in our view. Continued developments in South Africa have led to a fully flexible chrome and chrome tailings solution at Inyoni. Supply from a wide variety of sources (Run-Of-Mine, new tailings from own operati
Companies: Jubilee Metals Group PLC
Jubilee operates several chrome-Platinum Group Metal (PGM) operations in South Africa. Growth will come from its Zambian two-refinery strategy where it is expected to produce upwards of 31kt/year of copper (in cathode and concentrate) with an, as yet, undefined contribution from cobalt. The strategy has benefited from the acquisition of the Nkana refinery from Mopani (Zambian-government owned), which provides many logistical and technical benefits to Jubilee. Jubilee remains on a growth trajecto
Friday's market sell off saw some violent downward moves in many stocks with little initial differentiation between sectors or the key drivers of businesses, creating significant share price drops in a number of higher quality or uncorrelated names. We take a look at some stocks we believe have either seen an unwarranted sell-off, have seen weakness go under the radar or where there is now a more attractive opportunity.
Companies: ANX IBPO CYAN SOM EQT AFM
Solaris Resources (“Solaris”, “SLS”) has announced its intention to place its non-core assets in Ecuador, Peru, Mexico and Chile into a separate entity, to be spun off as “Solaris Exploration Inc” in due course. Solaris Resources will continue to focus on its world-class flagship Warintza project, with a streamlined structure likely to boost its attractiveness to potential acquirers or strategic partners. Meanwhile, the newly created company will highlight other assets in the portfolio which cur
Companies: Solaris Resources Inc
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Trinistar Liverpool S.a r.L announces its potential listing of a newly formed single asset company which will own the Capital Building in Liverpool on the IPSX. Upon admission the Company would become a real estate investment trust (REIT). The Capital Building occupies close to a 3.5 acre freehold site in the centre of Liverpool’s business district; the building comprises c425,000 square feet of predominantly of
Companies: ADBE ADBE SYM ARC AVCT CMCL CLIN DCTA FRAN OSI
Savannah today announces that it is amicably terminating its JV arrangement with Rio Tinto over the Mutamba Minerals Sands project in Mozambique. Savannah has been paid $9.5m (which translates into 0.4p/sh) in cash to relinquish the 20% it has earned in the project and will cease all activity in country. All staff will transfer to Rio Tinto.
Companies: Savannah Resources Plc
Across a broader market sell off EQTEC have shown resilience and is trading at 1.55p, above its placing in May, up 25% from one month ago.
Companies: EQTEC PLC
We initiate coverage of Tungsten West Ltd (“TUN” or “the company”) with a GBp144/sh price target. TUN is focussed on the re-opening of the Hemerdon Tungsten Mine in Devon, UK, which was previously owned and operated by Wolf Minerals (UK) Ltd (“Wolf”). Since acquiring the project in Nov’19, TUN has resolved issues encountered by Wolf and optimised the project further with new revenue streams and technology. In March 2021 TUN produced a Bankable Feasibility Study (“BFS”) for Hemerdon, validated by
Companies: Tungsten West Plc
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Bluejay Mining PLC (“JAY”) has announced the completion of bulk sample pilot plant processing and further, final samples being sent for incremental customer evaluation. We view this as an important step for both validating the process flow sheet and ultimately securing offtake agreements for the remaining expected output. JAY has agreed a Master Distribution Agreement with a major Asian conglomerate for up to 340ktpa of Dundas’ anticipated 440ktpa annual output. We see future technical studies a
Companies: Bluejay Mining PLC
Savannah Resources is a hardrock lithium exploration and development company with a 100% interest in the Barroso Lithium Project in the Northern Portugal hosting 27mt at 1.06% Li2O for ~700kt LCE, the largest spodumene lithium resource in Western Europe. Project environmental permitting is currently in progress paving the way for the completion of the Feasibility Study and eventual project financing. The project benefits from the strategic location as Europe rapidly expands it Li-ion batteries a
Companies: Shanta Gold Limited
Cornish Metals has now released the results of 10 drillholes at its continuing exploration programme at United Downs near Camborne. Including two holes drilled on the property by Cornish Lithium the drilling shows up to 5 mineralised structures with a total of twenty-two individual mineralised intercepts.
Even though the area has been mined intermittently between the early 1700s and the late 20th century, the drilling evidence bodes well for the delineation of additional mineral resources wh
Companies: Cornish Metals Inc.
Initiating Coverage: Price Target 20p
Potential Beyond Tin
AfriTin Mining Limited (ATM) is one of only three listed tin producers in Western markets. It has a large (820km2) land package in Namibia comprising 5 prospective licenses of which the Uis mine is the most advanced and already in production. Near term growth is being delivered with an 80% increase in tin production between 2022 and 2024. However, this is only scratching the surface and there are more than conceptual plans being fo
Companies: AfriTin Mining Ltd.
Savannah Resources has sold its interest in the Mozambique mineral sands project (Mutamba) to JV partner Rio Tinto for $9.5m in cash. The payment has already been made to one of Savannah’s UK subsidiaries.
Given Barroso’s importance and capital requirements over the coming months, we view this as very good news. It allows management to dedicate all its time to Barroso and reduces future SAV equity dilution. Despite the strong lithium price and exceptional performance of ASX and TSX lithium sto