Tertiary Minerals PLCTYM:LSE

0.125 / 3.70%
54.84 %
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TYM:LSE is traded on the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market (Aim)

Consensus recommendation

As of Apr 17, 2015, the investment analyst covering Tertiary Minerals plc advises investors to purchase equity in the company. This has been the consensus forecast since the sentiment of investment analysts improved on Feb 06, 2015. The previous consensus forecast advised that Tertiary Minerals plc would outperform the market.

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Share price forecast

The 3 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Tertiary Minerals plc have a median target of 18.00, with a high estimate of 24.80 and a low estimate of 10.60. The median estimate represents a 414.29% increase from the last price of 3.50. View Full Financials

High+608.6 %24.80
Med+414.3 %18.00
Low+202.9 %10.60


Dividend information is not available for Tertiary Minerals PLC. View Full Financials

Earnings history & estimates

Earnings forecasts are not available for Tertiary Minerals plc. View Full Interim Financials


Revenue forecasts are not available for Tertiary Minerals plc. View Full Interim Financials

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