8S1.F - Sirius Minerals Plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
0.0381
+0.0001 (+0.26%)
At close: 3:52PM CEST
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Previous Close0.0380
Open0.0357
Bid0.0349 x N/A
Ask0.0468 x N/A
Day's Range0.0357 - 0.0381
52 Week Range0.0340 - 0.3228
Volume12,000
Avg. Volume65,746
Market Cap231.603M
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.72
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Financial Times

    Sirius Minerals shares climb after deal with state-run Qatari group

    Sirius Minerals shares, which were hit last month after the UK potash miner pulled a $500m bond sale, rallied almost 10 per cent following its announcement of a supply and distribution agreement with a fertiliser company owned by the Qatar state. Sirius said it was working with Muntajat to explore combining the UK group’s product made from the mineral polyhalite, with nitrogen products to create a multi-nutrient fertiliser. Sirius shares, which more than halved last month on the bond news, were trading at 3.7563p.

  • Britain's biggest mining project in the balance as Sirius bond aborted
    Reuters

    Britain's biggest mining project in the balance as Sirius bond aborted

    Sirius Minerals scrapped a plan to raise $500 million in a bond sale on Tuesday, delaying a project to mine for fertiliser under a national park in northern England and halving the value of its shares. Sirius blamed market conditions aggravated by uncertainty over Britain's departure from the European Union for its failure to secure funding. Sirius said on Tuesday the government had turned down a renewed request for backing in August.

  • Reuters

    Threat of government delay pushed Sirius to markets to fund Yorkshire potash mine - source

    Sirius Minerals opted to press on with a more complex and expensive funding package to develop its giant potash mine in Yorkshire to avoid a longer wait for government-backed financing, a source familiar with the deal told Reuters. Sirius had planned to secure a debt financing package for the $3 billion (£2.3 billion) Woodside project - one of the largest mines to be built in Britain for years - from the government, with the rest funded by the market. The mine has been touted by British Prime Minister Theresa May as the kind of project that fits "the northern powerhouse" -- a government scheme to boost investment and jobs in the north of England.

  • Reuters

    Sirius Minerals' stock drops on discounted share placing

    Sirius Minerals plc shares fell almost 8 percent on Wednesday after the company announced it had raised $425 million to finance the next stage of its polyhalite mine in North Yorkshire. Sirius's share price was down 7.7 percent at 16.08 pence by 0709 GMT after the company said it will issue 1.97 million new shares at 15 pence per new ordinary share, a discount of around 32 percent to Tuesday's closing price. It also issued a total of $644.2 million (£493.9 million) of convertible bonds due between 2023 and 2027, which will carry a yearly cash coupon of 5 percent and will be redeemed at maturity with a 10 percent yield.

  • Reuters

    Sirius Minerals launches $3.8 billion funding plan, shares fall

    Polyhalite can be used as a fertiliser and has other potential industrial applications. Sirius has already inked several deals for fertiliser supply to Europe, South America, China and Africa. The financing will consist of a revolving credit facility of up to $2.5 billion, a $400 million equity raise, a $644 million convertible bond issue and a $500 million senior secured bond issue.