Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Central Asia Metals LSE:CAML London Ordinary Share GB00B67KBV28 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -0.93% 212.00p 209.25p 211.75p 219.25p 206.25p 213.75p 282,452 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 54.0 26.6 19.1 11.4 236.13

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25/6/2017
09:20
Central Asia Metals Daily Update: Central Asia Metals is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAML. The last closing price for Central Asia Metals was 214p.
Central Asia Metals has a 4 week average price of 206.25p and a 12 week average price of 206.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 263p while the 1 year low share price is currently 135.75p.
There are currently 111,380,145 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 313,522 shares. The market capitalisation of Central Asia Metals is £236,125,907.40.
11/5/2017
15:36
lord gnome: Yes, somebody is selling slowly and gradually so as not to wreck the share price. Intelligent selling. We will just have to wait until he clears before we make any further progress. Back up to around 240 I reckon, once the overhang is cleared.
11/1/2017
10:33
shakeypremis: Yes, after two days earlier issuing a price target of 245p. What has changed in those two days? Only thing I can think of is the price of copper. Perhaps they've taken account of some other things in their calculations. Hopefully, they'll be wrong and the share price can exceed 255p.
11/11/2016
08:42
lord gnome: One thing is for certain, Trump has certainly been good for this share price. We have a spectacular lift off. Enjoy the ride while it lasts.
10/11/2016
08:15
ntv: seems weird why the share price has not responded to the recent upsurge in the copper price compared to other miners
21/4/2016
17:10
thomasthetank1: Read QuotedData's note on CENTRAL ASIA METALS, out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB00B67KBV28 "Central Asia Metals (CAML’s) recent annual results show that the company recorded another profitable year in 2015. With a final dividend of 8.0p, the company is maintaining the total dividend at 12.5p, resulting in a dividend yield of 7.1% at the current share price. ..."
16/4/2015
18:44
hedgehog 100: From "Shares" magazine, 9 April 2015 (some extracts only): "Central Asia risk warning Acquisition plans could upset existing investors DANIEL COATSWORTH Investors in copper producer Central Asia Metals (CAML:AIM) should brace themselves for a potential change in the risk profile of the business. Known as a reliable cash-generative company paying handsome dividends, the £181 million cap is hunting for acquisitions. This could see the addition of exploration assets which will consume, rather than generate, cash. While such an announcement could cause turbulence in the share price, presently trading at 162.5p, the company is at pains to stress that only assets with low potential costs will be considered. It is determined not to threaten its position as a low-cost producer, implying any exploration asset would have to be able to make money at depressed commodity prices once it enters production. It is presently undertaking due diligence on a copper tailings project in Chile called Copper Bay. ... Clarke reveals that 'for sale' producing assets are rare on a decent valuation, not helped by competition from private equity. 'We set out to find something in operation. We've now had to go back down the value curve, looking at assets at the feasibility stage. Generally our major shareholders wouldn't want us to do exploration, taking Kounrad's cash and throwing it in the ground. But we would get involved with a project that has a resource but needs more drilling,' says the CEO. ... SHARES SAYS: ... The determination to focus on low costs should ensure the business stays profitable during the commodities slump, so don't panic if it unveils a non-revenue-generating acquisition." http://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/articles/central-asia-risk-warning
13/1/2015
18:50
danieldruff2: It seems that any time someone wants to sell in volume - there was a 250k sell today - the share price zooms down to the 150-160 range to accommodate it. And it's happened again. The extra output this year should mitigate the copper price fall which I doubt will be long term. The only disappointment is that they have not updated the market on the Copper Bay JORC. I did see a comment in a news report it would arrive this year, which is vague to say the least, but they should be informing investors of the latest timeline. Naughty. I hope they are not going to get self satisfied and sit on their big pile of Kounrad cash, like Smaug the Dragon. They need to be a bit more proactive at sizing up other opportunities. I was a big fan of Anglo Pacific for a long time, and there, they made the mistake of coasting off the royalty from the Kestrel coal grounds for many years and were lazy about making sensible investments with the surplus cash, and are now paying the price.
25/9/2014
11:06
m1das_touch: Agree WirralOwl, the management are doing an excellent job and these are great results. Have these in my ISA for the long-term and happy just to keep collecting & reinvesting the (growing!) dividend, whatever the share-price does. With such low production costs, they should be able to make decent cash profits in most pricing environments.
27/5/2014
15:06
arphillips: Latest minesite article: http://minesite.com/news/central-asia-metals-takes-full-control-of-kounrad-and-promises-to-boost-dividends-accordingly Confirms still on course for 11,000 tonnes this year. Interestingly it also states that future dividend yield could be as high as 8% at current share price.
30/6/2013
09:06
arphillips: Hi Morph7, I know from reading your previous posts you had a large holding and significantly reducing your holding over concerns about the falling price of copper aswell as the time taken to conclude the acquisition of remaining 40% has proved a shrewd decision. Fortunately CAML's share price has held up comparatively well in a very torrid market for resource stocks. Clearly the cost of acquiring the remaining 40% bears no resemblance to the original deal and will not now result in a major rerating of the share price. This is disappointing. However, the new deal is in itself still very attractive with the Company increasing in size by 66% by issuing 25% more shares. The Kounrad operation, as a low cost producer, is highly profitable and generating considerable cash and the new deal, though not now a total game changer, will result in increased earnings per share. The recent Minesite article states that Cannacord consider it to be earnings accretive with dividend yields possibly increasing to 8%. So although more shares will be issued there is no dilution of current earnings/dividends. As regards control and voting rights, the Company will have full control of the Kounrad operation with 20% of voting rights now in the hands of a major local Kazakh investor. This is surely far better than only owning 60% of the operation and not being able to fully benefit from further progressing the operation. The new deal provides much greater clarity going forward with a defined timeline of completion. Consequently it is interesting to note that the Company is reiterating its intention to increase production in 2015 either through a second plant or expansion of the existing plant, if everything goes according to plan. The option of expanding the existing plant could be a very cost effective way forward.
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