Patagonia Gold raises gross proceeds of 6.2m pounds

Patagonia Gold has raised gross proceeds of approximately 6.2m pounds through a subscription of 41.2m new ordinary shares of 1p each in the company, each at a price of 15p per subscription share.

Patagonia Gold has raised gross proceeds of approximately 6.2m pounds through a subscription of 41.2m new ordinary shares of 1p each in the company, each at a price of 15p per subscription share.

The issue price represents a discount of approximately 3.23% to the closing middle market price of 15.5p per ordinary share on February 26th.

The net proceeds of the subscription will be used to fund exploration and drilling expenditure on the Cap-Oeste and COSE projects in Argentina and to provide general working capital for the company.

Patagonia Gold reported that subscription shares were subscribed for by Carlos Miguens and William Humphries, each a director of the company.

Following the subscription, the company will have 853.8m ordinary shares in issue.

Patagonia Gold is a mining company that seeks to grow shareholder value through exploration, development and production of gold and silver projects in the southern Patagonia region of Argentina.

Patagonia Gold's shares were up 9.68% to 17p at 09:48 on Wednesday.

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