| ASX : AGO || || ATLAS IRON LIMITED |
|Last Price ||Today's Change || Day's Range || Trading Volume |
|0.038 || 0.00 (0.00%) || 0.036 - 0.039 || 135,244,410 |
|Avg Volume (4 weeks):||163,397,567|
|4 Weeks Range:||0.036 - 0.053|
|52 Weeks Range:||0.008 - 0.053|
|Average Price Target: || 0.21 |
|Price Target Upside/Downside: || +0.172 |
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ticktock THE successful $1.4 billion takeover of Aquila Resources by China’s Baosteel and Australia’s Aurizon should serve as a reminder of the upside in Atlas Iron’s Pilbara asset base, Atlas managing director Ken Brinsden says.
ticktock Baosteel-Aurizon acquisition of Aquila highlighted the potential value in Atlas’s suite of undeveloped iron ore deposits. Atlas’s $600m market capitalisation appeared to reflect only its existing production base of 12 million tonnes a year and ignored the potential of the company to take advantage of the additional 31 million tonnes of port capacity allocated to it at Port Hedland.