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Sirius Minerals Share Price (SXX)



Share Price Information for Sirius Minerals (SXX)


Share Price: 11.25Bid: 11.25Ask: 11.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Sirius Minerals
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 2.22%Open: 11.50High: 11.50Low: 11.25Yesterday’s Close: 11.25
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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




Intraday Sirius Minerals Share Chart


Intraday Sirius Minerals Share Price Chart


Share Price SpacerPrice
11.25

Share Price SpacerBid
11.25

Share Price SpacerAsk
11.50

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
986,328

Share Price SpacerOpen
11.50

Share Price SpacerHigh
11.50

Share Price SpacerLow
11.25

Share Price SpacerClose
11.25

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Sirius Minerals Share Graph


3 Month Sirius Minerals Share Price Graph


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 1,874.15m £210.84m 30,000

52 Week High 22.00 52 Week High Date 30-JUL-2013
52 Week Low 6.06 52 Week Low Date 13-NOV-2013

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
48 75,082 911,246 -18.750 -0.60 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

25-Jul-14
16:35:25
11.25
14,575
Sell* 
11.25
11.50
1,640
UT 
Trade Type:
Uncrossing Trade

25-Jul-14
16:29:55
11.50
1,145
Buy* 
11.25
11.50
131.68
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

25-Jul-14
16:29:01
11.50
1,867
Buy* 
11.25
11.50
214.71
Trade Type:
Automatic execution


*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
30-May-14Transfer From
Trade Notifier Information for Sirius Minerals
Jason Murray held the position of CFO and Financial Director at Sirius Minerals at the time of this trade.
 Jason Murray
0900,0000
30-May-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Sirius Minerals
Jason Murray held the position of CFO and Financial Director at Sirius Minerals at the time of this trade.
 Jason Murray
01,117,3813825714
30-May-14Sell
Trade Notifier Information for Sirius Minerals
Jason Murray held the position of CFO and Financial Director at Sirius Minerals at the time of this trade.
 Jason Murray
11.62GBX1,117,3813825714
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Today 17:35
Cheddars
RE: News
11.25
Strong Buy

Matt, thank you - some very interesting observations here. Presumably one can apply the same logic to China, Africa (where SXX have been active signing off-take contracts, subject to PP etc) and plenty of other parts of the world that suffer droughts on a regular basis. All good for the medium and long term share price, and something the banks should have at the at the forefront of their minds when considering funding. If I were the CFO at SXX I'd be camped out at the Chinese policy banks as this type of investment is the very reason they exist.
Today 15:01
troopermerlin
Re: News
11.25
Strong Buy

What a very interesting angle that is, and logical if you think about it. In the financial world people who are in hard times allays seem to trigger a business opportunity somewhere, and in this respect it was a reaction I had not considered before.. Looks like the good times are a coming…ATB
Today 07:53
Sailorchief
Re: News
11.25
Strong Buy

Thanks for that Matt! Very interesting...Shylock/Troops - I would expect SP to rise immediately to about 15/16p or even 20p after successful PP and then a gradual climb until financing is confirmed - then through 50 to about 80p, but what do I or any fule kno..it's why we are called speculators! I'm getting some more in when my pension gets paid tho'...!
Fri 22:39
EssexMatt
News
11.25
No Opinion

Droughts, while not so good for farmers, are good for fertilizer prices. Because as Himmel puts it, “the farmers who aren’t suffering from the drought are economically incentivized to use more fertilizer. It tends to increase the price of the fertilizer.” Muriate of potash (MOP) prices tend to go higher when droughts affect crops like corn. Meanwhile, when fruits and vegetable crops experience droughts, it’s sulfate of potash (SOP) that sees the prices rise. Himmel did note, however, that SOP prices are at all time highs of around $750 per metric tonne; a $300 premium above MOP prices, which are at just $450 per mt. What has supported SOP prices, Himmel explained is not only the fact that SOP is a premium fertilizer. SOP is actually in shortage and has been for the last two years. That should be a key consideration for investors looking at the potash market, especially in light of this year’s drought in California. On the whole, a drought in the southwest and western United States can be a cause for concern, particularly if you enjoy fruits and vegetables. As Bloomberg noted, California alone provides half of all fruits, vegetables and nuts consumed in the United States, yet water providers at both state and federal levels have cut supplies to agricultural areas, forcing farmers to leave thousands of acres of land unplanted. The state has experienced record low rainfall for the past three years, leaving 82 percent of the state under extreme drought conditions – and leaving farmers with a water bill ten times higher than it was before supply cuts. To be sure, farmers will be looking for any measures that might help them through the drought, and fertilizer is, of course, one of them. The 2014 drought is severe, but unfortunately, it is not an isolated occurrence. Droughts happen all the time, and the idea that investors could profit from the situation is nothing new either. Last June, the Motely Fool put out an article noting the importance of potassium, potash and phosphate for resource investors, while Forbes covered the case for investing in fertilizer back in 2012. Certainly, investors with a stake in the potash space will want to keep an eye on drought conditions as well as the stockpiles of key fertilizer ingredients. With agricultural states more often facing these dry times, fertilizer demand in the United States alone can only grow.
Fri 18:38
GaiasKidney
RE: DFS/GK
11.25
No Opinion

Evening Shylock. Good analysis and well thought out prediction..........apart from the RI bit, IMO! Rights? Us lot? U R 'avin a L1/2 M8. :-) I recon that $500m odd will come from a strategic partner who will get their chunk by the usual dilutive placing. If at 30p that will take the total issue with other dilutions to ~3.1bn (getting like REM territory). I'm a bit more conservative with the spiking to 100p on full financing. My est: Mcap to 50% of the sum of phase1 NPV + 1/2 phase2 NPV is ~65p. Over to Mr France and the Committee. Weekend's here. GLA. GK.
Fri 18:06
fella
RE : addendum
11.25
No Opinion

Your right , troopermerlin , all buys and all at full ask it seems , it does seem staggering that mm's wouldn't raise at least a tiny bit !!! Don't understand it at all , they do better if they sell at a higher price no ? And there are people buying !!? Strong resistance at 11.5 , or what !

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