It also said it was keen to make contact with holders of its four per cent convertible bonds due 2015, suggesting it was looking to buy back the debt offering.
Shares closed 27.8 per cent higher at 42.5p per share, valuing the company at £83.5m.
By the end of last week, its shares had fallen 60 per cent compared to late April, when the company unveiled its annual results.
The miner posted a full-year loss of
The 2013 result compared to a
The company reduced its debt by
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