ASN.V - Asian Mineral Resources Limited

TSXV - TSXV Delayed Price. Currency in CAD
0.015
+0.005 (+50.00%)
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Previous Close0.010
Open0.015
Bid0.010 x 0
Ask0.015 x 0
Day's Range0.015 - 0.015
52 Week Range0.010 - 0.050
Volume1,000
Avg. Volume70,601
Market Cap11.939M
Beta2.96
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.010
Earnings DateMay 20, 2016 - May 24, 2016
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est0.35
  • GlobeNewswire9 days ago

    Asian Mineral Resources Announces Divestment of Ban Phuc Nickel Mine

    Asian Mineral Resources Limited (“AMR” or the “Company”) (ASN.V) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement (the “Sale Agreement”) to divest its 90% ownership interest in the Ban Phuc Nickel Mine in Vietnam to Ta Khoa Mining Limited, a company established by its longstanding in-country senior manager, Stephen Ennor. Completion of the Sale Agreement is subject to AMR shareholders’ approval and certain customary conditions of closing, including approval of the TSX Venture Exchange. “As previously announced on April 24, 2018, the focus of our strategic review has been the sale of all of our assets comprising the Vietnam operation and we are pleased to have executed this divestment.

  • GlobeNewswire29 days ago

    Asian Mineral Resources Update on Strategic Review for Ban Phuc Nickel Mine in Vietnam and Announcement of Financing Agreement

    Asian Mineral Resources Limited (“AMR” or the “Company”) (ASN.V) advises shareholders that it has entered into a further loan agreement with Pala Investments Limited (“Pala”), a shareholder of AMR, to assist with funding of redundancy payments to the employees of its subsidiary Ban Phuc Nickel Mines LLC (“BPNM”). In addition, the loan is unsecured and the Company may at any time repay some or all of the loan (without restriction or prepayment charges). The Company’s Board of Directors (the “Board”) wishes to acknowledge the strong support which Pala has provided to the Company since it became a strategic investor of AMR in 2012.

  • GlobeNewswirelast month

    AMR Announces New Director

    TORONTO, April 20, 2018-- Asian Mineral Resources Limited wishes to announce the decision to appoint Duncan Blount as a Director, replacing Kate Southwell, who has resigned from her role as Non-Executive ...

  • GlobeNewswirelast month

    Asian Mineral Resources Update on Strategic Review for Ban Phuc Nickel Mine in Vietnam and Announcement of Financing Agreement

    TORONTO, April 16, 2018-- Asian Mineral Resources Limited advises shareholders that its Board of Directors has continued exploring its strategic options with regard to the Ban Phuc Nickel Mine in Son La, ...

  • Marketwired9 months ago

    Filing of NI 43-101 Technical Report on Ta Khoa Concession (Son La Province, Vietnam) Exploration Prospects

    Asian Mineral Resources Limited today announces that it has completed its Technical Report supporting the potential of its regional exploration prospects at the Company's 90% owned Ta Khoa Concession in ...

  • Marketwired10 months ago

    Asian Mineral Resources Announces Appointment of Director

    Asian Mineral Resources Limited , which owns the Ban Phuc nickel mine in Vietnam, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kate Southwell to the Board of Directors, replacing Martyn Buttenshaw who will ...

  • Reuters11 months ago

    COLUMN-Psst...wanna buy some cobalt? Just don't tell the auto guys!: Andy Home

    On the London Metal Exchange (LME) the price for three-month cobalt has leapt from $32,750 per tonne at the start of January to a current $58,500. This stellar near 80-percent price surge mirrors what happened to lithium prices a year or so ago. The linkage is both metals' evolution from niche applications to mainstream usage in the batteries that are now powering the green technology revolution.

  • Reuters11 months ago

    COLUMN-Psst...wanna buy some cobalt? Just don't tell the auto guys!: Andy Home

    On the London Metal Exchange (LME) the price for three-month cobalt has leapt from $32,750 per tonne at the start of January to a current $58,500. This stellar near 80-percent price surge mirrors what happened to lithium prices a year or so ago. The linkage is both metals' evolution from niche applications to mainstream usage in the batteries that are now powering the green technology revolution.