Anglo African Share Price (AAAP)

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Price 5.15on 29-05-2020 at 12:21:43
Change 0.00 0.00%
Buy 5.50
Sell 4.80
Buy / Sell AAAP Shares
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Last Trade: Sell 50,000 at 4.50p
Day's Volume: 50,000
Last Close: 5.15p
Open: 5.15p
Day's Range 5.15p - 5.15p
52wk Range: 0.35p - 9.00p
Market Capitalisation: £999.06k
VWAP: 4.50p
Shares in Issue: 19m

Sector: Financials

Recent Trades History Anglo African (AAAP)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
11:14:26 - 29-May-20
11:00:00 - 28-May-20
14:56:44 - 27-May-20
11:09:44 - 26-May-20
09:56:14 - 26-May-20
08:17:10 - 26-May-20
09:34:03 - 22-May-20
09:15:24 - 19-May-20
12:35:04 - 15-May-20
08:36:36 - 15-May-20

Share Price History for Anglo African

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Date Open High Low Close
27th May 2020 (Wed)
26th May 2020 (Tue)
25th May 2020 (Mon)
22nd May 2020 (Fri)
21st May 2020 (Thu)4.855.004.855.00
20th May 2020 (Wed)4.854.854.854.85
19th May 2020 (Tue)4.854.854.854.85
18th May 2020 (Mon)4.854.854.854.85
15th May 2020 (Fri)4.604.854.604.85
14th May 2020 (Thu)4.604.604.604.60
13th May 2020 (Wed)4.604.604.604.60
12th May 2020 (Tue)4.604.604.604.60
11th May 2020 (Mon)4.504.604.504.60
8th May 2020 (Fri)
7th May 2020 (Thu)
6th May 2020 (Wed)
5th May 2020 (Tue)
4th May 2020 (Mon)
1st May 2020 (Fri)
30th Apr 2020 (Thu)
29th Apr 2020 (Wed)

News about Anglo African (AAAP)

Anglo American Has Been Outperforming the FTSE

News - Saturday, May 26, 2018

Mining company Anglo American has been one of the top performers over the last year, having gained almost 68% over the last 12 months, while the FTSE 100 has risen by just three percent. While some believe that the mining company could continue to outperform the index, there are others who feel that the stock is long overdue to see a price correction....

Oil and Mining Stocks Hamper FTSE 100

News - Thursday, November 16, 2017

The UK’s leading index slipped to a six-week low last week, dragged down by declining mining and oil stocks. The FTSE 100 dropped to its lowest level since the beginning of October, with Glencore, Anglo American, Shell and BP all struggling. The falls came after global oil prices dropped by more than 1%, down to $61.40 a barrel, with other commodities also trending downwards. Oil prices had already fallen on Tuesday, with warnings coming from the International Energy Association that demand was slowing down and stockpiles were increasing....

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