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First Tin (1SN)

Price 6.50p on 29-09-2023 at 16:30:03
Change -0.20p -3.08%
Buy 6.80p
Sell 6.20p
Buy / Sell 1SN Shares
Last Trade: Sell 26,182.00 at 6.30p
Day's Volume: 34,682
Last Close: 6.30p
Open: 6.50p
ISIN: GB00BNR45554
Day's Range 6.30p - 6.30p
52wk Range: 6.30p - 16.00p
Market Capitalisation: £17m
VWAP: 6.288971p
Shares in Issue: 266m

Recent Trades History First Tin (1SN)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Sell* 26,182 6.30p Uncrossing Trade
15:35:13 - 29-Sep-23
Sell* 8,500 6.255p Ordinary
09:41:58 - 29-Sep-23

Share Price History for First Tin

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Share News for First Tin

First Tin interim loss narrows as "strides" towards 2026 target

22nd Sep 2023 13:03

(Alliance News) - First Tin PLC on Friday said its loss in the first half of 2023 narrowed, as it makes "strides" towards its 2026 production target. Read More

TRADING UPDATES: Avingtrans buys Adaptix, TPXimpact sells Questers

18th Sep 2023 14:37

(Alliance News) - The following is a round-up of updates by London-listed companies, issued on Monday and not separately reported by Alliance News: Read More

First Tin shares up on updated mineral resource estimate for Taronga

14th Sep 2023 15:09

(Alliance News) - First Tin PLC on Thursday saw its shares rise, after it update the mineral resource estimate for its Taronga tin project in Australia. Read More

IN BRIEF: First Tin confirms Taronga high and low grade mineralisation

11th Sep 2023 14:27

First Tin PLC- London-based tin development company, focused on advanced, low capex projects in Germany and Australia - Says tin crushing testwork confirms high grade and low grade mineralisation at Taronga tin project in New South Wales, Australia, with one sample grading 0.2% of tin and the other 0.1%. The project is owned by First Tin;s subsidiary, Taronga Mines Pty Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Thomas Buenger says: "We are very pleased that we have now confirmed our previous hypothesis that the mineralisation at Taronga can be simply and cheaply upgraded at a very early stage in the processing circuit using a simple coarse crushing and screening technique followed by simple jigs and spirals. It is particularly encouraging that even toward the lower end of the grades we are likely to mine, this large upgrading effect still works at the coarse crushing stage." Read More

TRADING UPDATES: Infrastructure India extends maturity dates on debt

31st Aug 2023 19:45

(Alliance News) - The following is a round-up of updates by London-listed companies, issued on Thursday and not separately reported by Alliance News: Read More

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