Kodal Minerals (KOD.L) Shares Drop By 13.64% This Week, The Company Suffers Volatility

For a week, Albany International (AIN)has been losing 13.64% of its stock prices this week, now they have overcome the mark of GBx 0.38 per stock. However, the annual statistics show that the company made an increase of 245.45%, in June stock prices were at point GBp 0.465. The total revenue of Albany International (AIN) is reaching GBp 74 million

Kodal Minerals is a firm located in the United Kingdom that specializes in mineral exploration and development. On the development of its Bougouni Lithium Project in Southern Mali, the firm focuses on lithium-focused development and exploration.

 

Hedge funds don’t own a lot of Kodal Minerals shares. Suay Chin International Pte Ltd is the company’s largest stakeholder, owning 14 percent of the company’s shares. For context, the second-largest shareholder owns roughly 7.2 percent of the outstanding shares, while the third-largest shareholder owns 4.4 percent. Additionally, CEO Bernard Aylward owns 1.4 percent of the company’s shares.

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