Skip to Content
scroll

29Metals Ltd (29M)

ASX.29M $1.68

20 MINUTE DELAYED

14 DAYS FREE ACCESS

Join Market Matters and get full access
to all our Opinion + Action

ASX.29M $1.68

20 MINUTE DELAYED

TODAY

-3.17 %

1 YEAR RETURN

0.00%

VOLUME

972,588

DIV YIELD

0%

PE RATIO

0.00

52 WEEK RANGE

1.71

3.35

ANALYSIS

i

SHARE PRICE ACTIVITY
Last (Price)

1.68

Change

-0.06 (-3.17)

Bid / Ask

1.68 - 1.69

Volume

972,588

Volume (3mths avg)

0

Turnover

1,661,796

Open

1.73

Day Range

1.68 - 1.77

VWAP

1.71

Prev Close

1.74

Last Trade

06.10 01/07 (AEST)

i

KEY INFORMATION
Sector

Shares Issued

0

NTA/Share

0.00

Last Dividend

0.00

Dividend Ex Date

Dividend Pay Date

i

BROKER CALLS

current

Mean

0.00

Target Price

0.00

i

CURRENT ()
Revenue

EBITDA

Profit

Earnings Per Share (EPS)

0.00

Dividend Per Share (DPS)

0.00

Yield %

0.00

Market Cap

0.00

Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E)

0

i

TARGET PRICE FORECAST

i

ESTIMATES ()
Revenue

0.00

EBITDA

0.00

Profit

0.00

Earnings Per Share (EPS)

0.00

Dividend Per Share (DPS)

0.00

i

BROKER CONSENSUS RECOMMENDATION

BUY

SELL

Target Price

0.00

Lt Growth Rate

0.00

Recommendation ()

0.00
image description

Business Summary

29Metals Limited is an Australia-based copper focused base and precious metals mining company. The Company is principally engaged in the business of producing base and precious metals mineral concentrates. It develops and produces metals in the form of mineral concentrates, which are sold to commodity trading firms or smelters for refining and on-sale as a refined metal product for end use. The Company operates two mines, namely Capricorn Copper and Golden Grove as well as the Redhill exploration project in Chile. Capricorn Copper is located approximately 120 kilometer (km) north of Mount Isa; and Golden Grove is located in the mid-west region of Western Australia, approximately 450 km north-east of Perth and 250 km east of Geraldton. The Capricorn Copper is engaged in produces copper, zinc, gold, silver, and lead. The Redhill has a prospective for copper, silver and gold.
image description

Relevant suggested news and content from the site

Back to top