SOLG.L - SolGold plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
19.00
-0.16 (-0.84%)
As of 11:59AM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close19.16
Open19.15
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range18.96 - 19.20
52-week range16.18 - 41.85
Volume347,415
Avg. volume1,925,950
Market cap363.402M
Beta (5Y monthly)1.17
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.80
Earnings date14 Feb 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est1.26
  • Here's Why We're Watching SolGold's (LON:SOLG) Cash Burn Situation
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    Here's Why We're Watching SolGold's (LON:SOLG) Cash Burn Situation

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  • Why you need to look at Solgold's Piotroski F-Score (LON:SOLG)
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    Why you need to look at Solgold's Piotroski F-Score (LON:SOLG)

    Solgold (LON:SOLG) is an Australia-based copper, gold exploration and development company with assets in Ecuador, Solomon Islands and Australia. The group has8230;

  • Reuters

    Ecuador constitutional court backs copper miner SolGold

    Ecuador's constitutional court has rejected a petition for local consultation on a mining ban in a province in southern Ecuador, following a ruling covering a northern province and allowing copper miner SolGold to press ahead with exploration. In June, the constitutional court ruled against a request to require community consultations for a planned copper and gold mine at Cascabel, potentially one of Ecuador's biggest mining projects to date. In a statement on Thursday, SolGold said the constitutional court had also has ruled against a petition to seek local consultation on banning mining within the province of Azuay, southern Ecuador.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Ecuador's crackdown on wildcatting at Australian mogul's mining lease faces backlash

    Ecuador's market-friendly President Lenin Moreno is cracking down on illegal gold miners, who are increasingly encroaching on formal mines, but keeping them away from an Australian billionaire's concession for good may prove a tall order. Moreno last month sent 4,000 troops and police to clear thousands of miners from a gold and copper mining concession belonging to Hancock Prospecting, controlled by Gina Rinehart, Australia's wealthiest person. Now, with the area under a 60-day state of emergency and military and police guarding nearby Buenos Aires parish, authorities say illegal mining, also known as wildcatting, at the Imba-2 concession has stopped.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Mineral-rich Ecuadorean province requests popular referendum on mining

    The government of a key mining province in southern Ecuador has proposed a popular referendum on the development of new mines in the region, the latest obstacle to market-friendly President Lenin Moreno's efforts to attract foreign mining investment. Azuay province is home to several potentially lucrative gold, silver and copper projects, including the Loma Larga project operated by Canada's INV Metals and the Rio Blanco mine, owned by a Chinese consortium consisting of Junefield Mineral Resources Limited and Hunan Gold Group.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Ecuador court rules against community consultation for Cascabel mining project

    Ecuador's Constitutional Court on Thursday ruled against a request to require community consultations for a planned mining project, allowing Australia's SolGold to move forward with developing its Cascabel copper, gold and silver mine. The project is in the advanced exploration phase and is one of the most ambitious mining projects in Ecuador, which hopes to develop mineral resources to spur its sluggish economy and wean dependence on crude oil exports. In its ruling, the court said such a popular referendum was incompatible with the Andean country's laws.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Ecuador says Cascabel could become a top world copper mine

    A preliminary study of the Cascabel mining project in northern Ecuador shows that it could become one of the world's largest copper, silver and gold mines, Ecuador's government said on Wednesday. The project, operated by Australia's Solgold, is in the advanced exploration phase. It is one of the most ambitious mining projects in Ecuador, which hopes to develop mineral resources to spur its sluggish economy.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    SolGold in talks to finance long-life Ecuador copper project

    SolGold is in talks with financiers keen to invest in its Ecuadorian copper-gold prospects and mining major BHP could increase its stake in the company, SolGold's chief executive said on Monday. In a preliminary economic assessment of the Alpala copper-silver-gold deposit in northern Ecuador released earlier, London-listed SolGold said annual copper output should be 207,000 tonnes for the first 25 years of a mine life of roughly half a century. Ecuador has attracted a flurry of interest from big miners eager to increase their exposure to copper.

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