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Share Price Information for Sirius Minerals (SXX)


Share Price: 12.50Bid: 12.00Ask: 12.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Sirius Minerals
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 4.17%Open: 12.50High: 12.75Low: 12.00Yesterday’s Close: 12.50
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Sirius Minerals Plc Ord 0.25P

Sirius Minerals is listed in the FTSE AIM 100, FTSE AIM All-Share
Sirius Minerals is part of the Mining sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
12.50

Share Price SpacerBid
12.00

Share Price SpacerAsk
12.50

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
5,822,774

Share Price SpacerOpen
12.50

Share Price SpacerHigh
12.75

Share Price SpacerLow
12.00

Share Price SpacerClose
12.50

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 1,895.81m £236.98m 30,000

52 Week High 17.25 52 Week High Date 30-DEC-2013
52 Week Low 6.06 52 Week Low Date 13-NOV-2013

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
163 1,700,216 3,999,181 -25.000 -0.50 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

31-Oct-14
16:50:27
12.3187
20,000
Buy* 
12.00
12.50
2,464
Trade Type:
Ordinary

31-Oct-14
16:44:00
12.3985
154,747
Buy* 
12.00
12.50
19.19k
Trade Type:
Ordinary

31-Oct-14
16:35:15
12.50
1,176
Buy* 
12.00
12.50
147.00
UT 
Trade Type:
Uncrossing Trade


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Sirius Minerals (SXX)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
01-Sep-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Sirius Minerals
Russell Scrimshaw held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Sirius Minerals at the time of this trade.
 Russell Scrimshaw
11.75GBX2,100,00039419218
18-Aug-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Sirius Minerals
Christopher N Fraser held the position of Managing Director and CEO at Sirius Minerals at the time of this trade.
 Christopher N Fraser
11.66GBX164,000122628314
18-Aug-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Sirius Minerals
Christopher N Fraser held the position of Managing Director and CEO at Sirius Minerals at the time of this trade.
 Christopher N Fraser
11.66GBX178,000122628314
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Fri 23:17
Investornuts
Reason for questions
12.50
No Opinion

I'm unable to attend the meeting in Pickering, so wanting these issues addressed, the campaign for national parks seem to be playing hard ball with this application, I think they be out in force at this meeting so if anyone is going make sure u have prepared a strong case to put forward, I have followed this company for yrs and have a large amount of shares, As for the share price I think like others it will increase possibly 16-17p and then 50p on planning
Fri 13:48
GaiasKidney
RE: Annoying movements
12.25
No Opinion

OK Jack, unpopular reply alert. " ...why lately does this price seem to fall straight after a hike? Is this due to sellers? I can only see large buys?" First do check the buy/sell vol...... ~ = aren't they?. Second this pattern isn't "lately". AISI this is the continuing price being paid for last year's planning failure and the subsequent (but very necessary to get YP back on the 'rails') issuance. I fully expect the pattern to continue - right up to the decision, so capping the sp around 14p. Unpopular? Yep. Realistic? The argument: Some 580m shares have been issued since Aug '13: from the convertible deal, RNS 12/8/13 and the placing, RNS 6/3/14. Two questions:_ have all these issued share been sold into the market? Very doubtful - but its unknown; are the participants in these issues likely to take the risk of holding through the still high risk planning decision? Also very doubtful and also unknown. Instead they will be sorely tempted to depart when a small profit is available. Another question: what do markets dislike the most? Uncertainty. We all know that. Don't we? So there are two major uncertainties: obviously the decision but also how much overhang is out there? For anyone contemplating a trading opp on the assumption that this "will inevitably rise into the planning decision", do be cautious, as without real news pre decision that genuinely changes the risk with this share, that gambit relies solely on the 'bigger fool' theory applying. IMO. GK.
Fri 13:15
Scotman
RE: Annoying movements
12.25
No Opinion

Welcome FirstRateJack. I'm disappointed with the recent rise. Was searching for a top up at 11.7p and quite sure I'll get it soon.
Fri 12:18
FirstRateJack
Annoying movements
12.25
No Opinion

So after opening at 12.5p today I expected to see this move higher, why lately does this price seem to fall straight after a hike? Is this due to sellers? I can only see large buys?
Fri 12:18
sheps8
RE: Things to find out
12.25
No Opinion

Thanks GK, I've read this and it does strengthen YP's case and demonstrates the competence of NL as the planning consultants to YP this time around, they seem to be sharp cookies in lots of areas that show they really know their !!! no I'm not going to say onions as I'd be tempted to put colossal in front of it ;-))
Fri 12:00
GaiasKidney
RE: Things to find out
12.25
No Opinion

Sheps. Indeed the co and its advisors are very much aware of previous Boulby apps Quad's MDT Planning Statement (in docs) is very informative on what the NPA has said wrt them. Particularly Boulby's 1998 PA request for a further 25 years (allowed) NPA determination is looked at, from sec 4.8. Quad notes: "4.12 The NYMNPA report subsequently concluded: “19.1 This is a major development of great importance to the local economy. Whilst there are detrimental effects associated with this operation, as there would be with any industrial operation of this scale, it is considered that planning conditions and other environmental legislation can reduce these to an acceptable level… 19.4 There is a continuing national need for this mineral and the environmental effects of the proposal can be satisfactorily moderated through conditions and other controls. It is considered therefore that the proposal has met the tests for major development in National Parks set down in Government advice and development plan policies." " Quad also argue, sec 4.17: "NYMNPA found that there was a national need for potash, there was no alternative UK supply of potash and there was little scope for developing a mine elsewhere outside of the National Park. The decision clearly has some relevance to a decision on the York Potash application, which offers the potential for greater local and national economic benefits but with significantly reduced environmental impacts." If the NPA deny YP, the appeal JR will look at whether they applied the process fairly. If it is judged they didn't (and of course previous determinations will be compared) they are subject to costs. I think the Parkies must be very aware of this. GK.

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