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LON:PREM

Premier African Minerals (PREM) Share Price, News & Analysis

GBX 0.32
+0.01 (+3.18%)
(As of 02/29/2024 ET)
Today's Range
0.29
0.36
50-Day Range
0.16
0.36
52-Week Range
0.15
1.04
Volume
505.89 million shs
Average Volume
283.01 million shs
Market Capitalization
£87.22 million
P/E Ratio
2.25
Dividend Yield
N/A
Price Target
N/A

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About Premier African Minerals Stock (LON:PREM)

Premier African Minerals Ltd is a natural resources exploration and development company focused on the mining and production of minerals in Africa. The company's headquarters are located in London, United Kingdom. Premier African Minerals has a diversified portfolio of exploration and mining assets across Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Togo. The company primarily focuses on lithium and tungsten mining, with additional interests in gold, nickel and rare earth elements.

Premier African Minerals is a well-managed company with a team of experienced mining professionals. George Roach, the company's CEO, has over 30 years of experience in the mining industry, including senior executive positions at Rio Tinto and De Beers. Roach has led Premier African Minerals since 2010, and during his tenure, the company has made significant progress in developing its mining assets in Africa. The company's senior geologist Wolfgang Hampel has 27 years of experience in lithium and rare earth metal mining. Between 2008 and 2012, before he joined Premier, Mr. Hampel was Chief Operating Officer and consulting geologist for Tantalus Rare Earths AG. His team was responsible for discovering a rare earth ionic clay deposit on the Ampasindava Peninsula in Northern Madagascar.

Over the past few years, Premier African Minerals has reported varying metrics. In terms of ownership, the company has a relatively high level of institutional ownership. In early 2021 the stock price started climbing, and it has remained on the uptick, but that uptick has been accompanied by fairly significant volatility. Premier African Minerals' stock price has been impacted by various factors, including the global economic slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic and fluctuations in commodity prices.

The mining industry in Africa has seen substantial growth in recent years, with increasing demand for minerals and resources across the continent. Premier African Minerals operates in a highly competitive market, with a range of local and international players vying for market share. The company's primary focus on lithium and tungsten mining places it in a  position to benefit from the increasing demand for these metals, driven by the growth of electric vehicles and renewable energy.

Premier African Minerals has a range of growth opportunities, including expanding its mining operations, exploring new mineral deposits and strategic partnerships and acquisitions. The company is exploring new lithium deposits in Zimbabwe and Mozambique, with plans to expand its production capacity in these regions. Premier African Minerals is also evaluating opportunities for strategic partnerships and joint ventures to accelerate its growth in the mining sector.

As with any mining company, Premier African Minerals faces various risks and challenges, including fluctuations in commodity prices, regulatory changes and operational risks. The company's reliance on a few mineral assets also exposes it to concentration risk. Additionally, political and economic instability can impact the African mining industry, creating additional hazards for companies operating in the region.

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Industry, Sector and Symbol

Industry
Other Industrial Metals & Mining
Sub-Industry
N/A
CIK
N/A
Fax
N/A
Employees
19
Year Founded
N/A

Profitability

Net Income
£-8,000,000.00
Pretax Margin
N/A

Debt

Sales & Book Value

Annual Sales
£2,000.00
Price / Sales
44,418.00
Cash Flow
GBX 0.09 per share

Miscellaneous

Outstanding Shares
26,920,000,000
Free Float
N/A
Market Cap
£88.84 million
Optionable
Not Optionable
Beta
1.23
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Key Executives

  • Mr. George Greville Roach (Age 75)
    CEO & Acting Chairman
    Comp: $218.21k
  • Mr. Wolfgang Hampel (Age 59)
    Technical Director & Non Executive Director
    Comp: $33.33k
  • Mr. Tomas Apetauer
    Chief Financial Officer
  • Mr. Errico Vascotto
    Chief Operating Officer
  • Mr. Bruce Cumming (Age 69)
    Exploration Manager
    Comp: $38.88k
  • Mr. Brendan Roach
    Corporate Secretary














PREM Stock Analysis - Frequently Asked Questions

How have PREM shares performed in 2024?

Premier African Minerals' stock was trading at GBX 0.22 at the beginning of the year. Since then, PREM stock has increased by 55.9% and is now trading at GBX 0.34.
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What other stocks do shareholders of Premier African Minerals own?

Based on aggregate information from My MarketBeat watchlists, some companies that other Premier African Minerals investors own include Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD), Sound Energy (SOU), Rose Petroleum plc (ROSE.L) (ROSE), EQTEC (EQT), UK Oil & Gas (UKOG), Columbus Energy Resources plc (CERP.L) (CERP), Mayan Energy (MYN), AMA.L (AMA), Alexander Mining (AXM) and PetroNeft Resources (PTR).

How do I buy shares of Premier African Minerals?

Shares of PREM stock and other U.K. stocks can be purchased through online brokerage accounts that support trading on the London Stock Exchange (LSX). Some U.K. companies can be purchased through major U.S. brokerages in the form of American Depository Receipts (ADRs), which are placeholder equities held in a trust by a bank that represent shares of a foreign stock.
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This page (LON:PREM) was last updated on 2/29/2024 by MarketBeat.com Staff