Northland Capital reiterated Alexander Mining PLC (LON:AXM) to Corporate in a statement released earlier today.
- Updated: October 19, 2016
Yesterday Alexander Mining PLC (LON:AXM) traded -4.76% lower at 0.21GBX. The company’s 50-day moving average is 0.21GBX and its 200-day moving average is 0.18GBX. The last stock close price is up 8.17% from the 200-day moving average, compared to the S&P 500 which has decreased -0.01% over the same time. 21,686,040 shares of the stock were exchanged, down from an average trading volume of 68,744,600
Northland Capital has reiterated Alexander Mining PLC (LON:AXM) to Corporate in a report released on 10/19/2016.
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Alexander Mining PLC has a with a one year low of 0.09GBX and a one year high of 0.74GBX Alexander Mining PLC’s market capitalization is presently 0 GBX.
A total of 1 brokerage has issued a ratings update on Alexander Mining PLC. zero brokerages rating the company a strong buy, zero brokerages rating the company a buy, zero brokerages rating the company a hold, zero brokerages rating the company a underperform, and finally zero brokerages rating the company a sell with a 12-month price target of 2.60GBX.
General Company Details For Alexander Mining PLC (LON:AXM)
Alexander Mining plc is a holding company. The Company is a mining and mineral processing technology company. The Company's principal activities are the commercialization of its mineral processing technologies, either through licensing to third-parties and/or the acquisition of equity stakes in amenable deposits. The Company is engaged in development and management of intellectual property rights. The Company, through its subsidiary, MetaLeach Limited (MetaLeach), is engaged in the commercialization of its hydrometallurgical mineral processing technologies. MetaLeach owns the intellectual property to two ambient temperature, ambient pressure hydrometallurgical technologies, namely AmmLeach and HyperLeach. The metals that are particular targets for the AmmLeach process include copper and copper/cobalt in carbonate and weathered oxide deposits; zinc (and cadmium) in mixed oxide deposits; nickel and cobalt in lateritic deposits, and gold, silver and copper in leached porphyries.
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