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Sirius Minerals PLC

SXX.L: Share Price & Live Data

5.14 GBP
+0.02 (0.29%)
Price open 5.12
Previous close 5.12
Market cap 360.49M
Volume 96.08M
Day high 5.30
Day low 5.10
Year high 8,389.00
Year low 2.10

About Sirius Minerals PLC

The company operates in the fertilizers minerals industry and is headquartered in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, with the office at Resolution house. It was founded in 2003 and its shares trading on the London Stock Exchange.

The main operation of the group is the production of polyhalite, a fertilizer referred to as POLY4 containing multi-nutrients such as calcium, Sulphur, potassium, and magnesium. This is the highest and largest graded mineral in the world that produces extremely high-quality crops. On the application of POLY4 to the crop, it is able to endure all weather conditions during the growth process and produce a high yield, thus increasing farmer’s profits. The fertilizer has high efficacy and can be applied in varying climates and geographical locations, as well. By marketing and sale of POLY4, the company has the primary objective of incurring low cost of production and delivering increased returns on investment to its shareholders.

Latest Sirius Minerals PLC News

Anglo American to purchase Sirius Minerals for $404.9 million cash offer

The UK-based fertilizer development company, Sirius Minerals, has been struggling to survive in the past few months. On Monday, however, Anglo American made an announced that it has decided to purchase Sirius Minerals for its cash offer worth $404.9 million. The move highlighted Anglo American’s return to the fertilizer industry while sav...

Sirius Minerals seeks an investment of $600 million for the UK’s largest Woodsmith mine project

The United Kingdom’s fertilizer development company, Sirius Minerals, recently revised the development plan for its giant mine in North Yorkshire. The company is currently on a lookout for a strategic investor to realize the two-staged development of the mine. In a report, Sirius Minerals highlighted that it requires as much as $600 milli...

Sirius Minerals pushed back to the FTSE small-cap index

Following the M&G and Prudential’s demerger, both firms have found a spot in the FTSE 100 index. On the other hand, recent news highlights that Sirius Minerals has departed from the FTSE 250. As of Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019, following an 87% drop in share prices in a year, Sirius Minerals is no longer listed on the FTSE 250 index....

Sirius Minerals Quiets The Rumors Of The Company Going Private

Mr. Chris Fraser, the current Chief Executive of Sirius Minerals had remarked last week that in light of the company’s recent plan to work on a new potash mine, it may be in its best interest to go off the stock market. The project is valued at around £4 billion with the mine to be built under the North York Moors National Park. Mr. Frase...

Sirius share price posts another hefty fall amid analyst comments

Sirius Minerals’ (LON:SXX) share price has posted another hefty fall in today’s session, with analysts and investors mulling over the group’s move to scrap its previously proposed $500-million bond sale. The company, which was looking to finance a fertiliser mine in North Yorkshire, blamed current market conditions for the move. As of 14:...

Sirius Minerals Share Price Rises on Ore Reserves Update

Potash Miner Declares Accessible 250MT

Overview

Name
Sirius Minerals PLC
Exchange
London Stock Exchange
Sector
Basic Materials
Industry
Agricultural Inputs
Country
United Kingdom
Full time employees
156

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