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Date Source Announcement
06Feb17 14:34 RNS Exploration Update
29Nov16 07:00 RNS Issue of Equity
03Nov16 15:18 RNS Board Changes
07Oct16 13:27 RNS Result of General Meeting and Offer
30Sep16 07:00 RNS Interim Results
14Sep16 07:00 RNS Posting of Circular and Notice of General Meeting
02Sep16 07:00 RNS Subscription to raise £400,000
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Mining Review - Gold Hits Five Year Low – The Never Ending Story

  • 23 Jul 15

Our last quarterly review referred to a sense of frustration between investors and corporates. This is a theme that has continued with some corporates openly expressing dissatisfaction at poor investment sentiment towards the sector. It is typically companies that have seen their share prices crushed, which have taken to using this sort of vernacular. Over the first six months £233.5m was raised on AIM for mining companies (over half in June) down from £335.8m in the equivalent 2014 period. In the year to date however, there has been just under £10m raised for new arrivals of mining stocks on AIM. Over the whole of 2014 this figure came to only £4.75m, just under £6m in 2013, £41.9m in 2012, £46m in 2011, and £141m in 2010 showing a long term drought in mining IPO activity which has all but dried up over the last 3 years. So whilst the secondary market is also suffering, in comparison the IPO market it is in rude health.