Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gcm Resources LSE:GCM London Ordinary Share GB00B00KV284 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +0.91% 27.75p 27.00p 28.50p 27.75p 27.50p 27.50p 26,870 09:28:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.9 -1.5 - 17.44

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2017-09-19 08:41:2127.0030081.00O
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19/9/2017
09:20
Gcm Resources Daily Update: Gcm Resources is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GCM. The last closing price for Gcm Resources was 27.50p.
Gcm Resources has a 4 week average price of 27.50p and a 12 week average price of 27.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 60.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.88p.
There are currently 62,861,031 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 40,060 shares. The market capitalisation of Gcm Resources is £17,443,936.10.
22/8/2017
21:31
legionnaire2: I can only assume you will sell all your shares tomorrow amidst a mad sell off and the collapse of the share price then.......
14/7/2017
17:19
timw3: This RNS demonstrates the chinese are interested and thats what will rocket the share price
29/6/2017
15:25
baxtea1: Share price at 32p says it all. Long way off yet boys & girls
02/6/2017
17:01
lordgibil: POLs share price unfortunately hasn't reacted but will no doubt follow GCM down if it tanks!
30/5/2017
15:33
baxtea1: Re: If the Cap Fits. raingod 1UP RR. you take yourself far too seriously. , plus you are always miles out with your assumptions and accusations. share price is up again. ... as I said last night, I think the next layer of the wrapper is going to come off ! From the man who was ramping & posting the same 'in the know' bullcack at £3+ lmfao. Think it was Rromeo who called the share price landslide spot on in those days sunshine
18/5/2017
17:29
baxtea1: The Company's Board of Directors ("Board") believes that upon the completion of each milestone, GCM's share price is expected to benefit from a significant re-rating. Accordingly the value of the services provided by the Consultant is expected to far exceed the fee incurred.
23/2/2017
09:27
tburns: From that link Shaun "The reasons EE is important for Bangladesh are: (i) domestic natural gas is depleting very fast; (ii) despite having significant deposits of high quality coal, the country is unable to mine it; " UNABLE or UNWILLING!!! Change of President, change of attitude, how much longer can they ignore this gargantuan resource they are sitting on. Technology exists to extract coal in more eco-friendly ways now compared to the past. Some people will need to be relocated but for the greater good of Banga's economic survival going forward. Oh, and the GCM share price!!
29/9/2016
09:18
thebullyboy: Old evo note but worth a read with sensible spectacles on hxxps://www.scribd.com/document/50775047/GCM-L-GCM-Resources-11-03-11 Investment rationale There can be little doubt that Phulbari is a significant coal deposit. Therealisation of value from the resource depends on government approval of GCM’s Scheme of Development. We believe that fundamental progresstowards approval has been achieved as the current government has setalleviation of the country’s energy crisis as one of its principal objectives.As the proposed mine and an associated power plant could generate 25% of Bangladesh’s electricity, approval would help the government showprogress on meeting these objectives ahead of elections in late 2013. The potential GCM Resources holds mining and exploration licences in northwest Bangladeshwhere a resource of some 572Mt of mixed thermal and semi-soft coking coal hasbeen outlined to date. We believe the thermal portion will find a ready market inBangladesh with any surplus exported to growing Asian markets. Indeed, thestructural shortfall in electricity generation capacity across Bangladesh – which islikely to be exacerbated as demand grows with economic and social developmentand natural gas reserves are depleted – should see increased focus on coal as analternative. There is currently no domestic demand for the semi-soft fraction and sowe expect this will be exported until a local industry develops.Of course, there remain a number of hurdles that need to be jumped ahead of thestart of construction. Not least of these is the company resolving the variousenvironmental and social concerns to the government’s satisfaction. Of these thereare two key elements: resettlement and water management. First, the companyneeds to continue with its work to win local acceptance for its major resettlementprogramme. Second, its proposed quality-enhancing water management systemshave been demonstrated to government and this should also help its case.Looking forwards, a mine producing up to the company’s target of around15Mt/year, of which about 20% could be higher value semi-soft coking coal, standsto generate a significant profit margin over a long mine life. While we take a moreconservative approach to production potential we recognise that there is scope toincrease output and hence the value of the project significantly. Valuation We have completed a number of valuations of GCM based on a range of parameters.These show that the group is currently worth around 200p but that it would increaseto 440p on the approval of the Scheme of Development. Longer term, minedevelopment could see the shares increase to over 1200p, and maybe as high as1480p even after allowing for an equity issue to cover part of the construction cost. Recommendation While the recognition of value remains dependent on the government of Bangladeshallowing the company to proceed with mine development we believe that this ismainly a matter of timing. Various political factors need to be overcome to achievethis aim – but power shortages in the country are the key driver here and these areonly expected to worsen – putting further pressure on politicians to find a viablesolution. We believe that GCM offers the most obvious of solutions. Buy. A significant coal resource…̷0;with a known route to production…230;although, as it remains of indeterminate length……the time value of money hasto be considered in valuation...…despite which we believe that there is a binary recommendation outcome…at some stage Company description Coal has been known in northwestern Bangladesh for many years but it wasnot until BHP Billiton was granted licences over the area that the economicpotential of the Phulbari deposit became apparent. Following a change of strategy by BHP Billiton in the late 1990s the licences were assigned to thecurrent ownership group. Mine development was subsequently delayed bypolitical changes within Bangladesh. However, we now believe that a periodof stability and increasing power shortages will soon lead to approval of theScheme of Development and start of mine construction. Historical context The Phulbari coal deposit was first outlined by BHP Billiton in January 1997. Thisfollowed the completion of gravity and seismic surveys together with a programmeof drilling which confirmed the presence of a Permian age coal deposit. Given otherissues faced by BHP Billiton it decided to divest of a number of non-core assets in1998. This included the licences covering the Phulbari deposit which were assignedto a special-purpose company – Asia Energy Corporation (Bangladesh), now thelocal subsidiary of GCM Resources. The legacy of BHP Billiton ownership is aUS$1.00/t royalty payable, as a result of subsequent corporate transactions, toWestern Coal / Walter Energy.A pre-feasibility study was undertaken in 2000 on the basis of data generated byBHP Billiton and additional geophysical information that had not been available priorto the assignment of the licences. This study concluded that an open pit minecovering the deposit could be economically viable.Subsequently, in 2004, Asia Energy, the ultimate parent of Asia Energy Corporation(Bangladesh) listed on the Alternative Investment Market in London. At the time, thegroup raised about £14m which was spent on a feasibility study incorporating fullenvironmental and social impact assessments and a Scheme of Development. Thiswas submitted to the government in October 2005 and the company subsequentlyraised £32m in order to fund initial development.Unfortunately, political upheaval in Bangladesh led to a suspension of decision-making and the company had to slow progress on the project. This situation remainsin place today, although the electricity supply shortfall within the country has beenexacerbated over the interim period. Alleviation of the energy issues remains a keyplank of the government’s manifesto as described in more detail on page 12.These delays encouraged the company to look further afield and were the reason fora change of name from Asia Energy to Global Coal Management and subsequentlyGCM Resources. The company has also seen a change in senior management sincelisting with the appointment of Gerard Holden as Chairman and, anticipating minedevelopment, Steve Bywater as Chief Executive.Investments in coal projects and companies in other parts of the world generatedprofits and these have enabled GCM to progress the project with additional studiesof the economic potential. In the background, the political situation has eased whilepower supply issues have risen up the political agenda. We believe that this willeventually be the overriding factor which will encourage the government to approvethe Scheme of Development. Moreover, the large number of jobs that will be createdmay garner further support ahead of the next scheduled elections in 2013. Deposit first outlined by BHP Billiton in 1997……with a pre-feasibility study completed in 2000The company listed on AIM in2004……but political upheaval prevented progressCash invested to ensurelongevity̷0;…and Bangladesh is now movingforwards Valuation GCM’s valuation is dependent on the Bangladesh government’s approval of the Scheme of Development for the Phulbari mine. Without this, thecompany has some infrastructure and other assets in the UK andBangladesh together with its current cash and listed investments of around£18m – perhaps worth around 36p/share – plus long-term option value onthe scope for eventual development of the project. Development approvaleffectively exercises that option and we believe, after allowing for asignificant capital raising, could generate a present value of up to US$3bn. Summary valuation GCM Resources stands somewhere along the path from a major deposit to a cash-flow generating mine. Given all of the work that has been completed to date – fromgeological, financial and socio-political perspectives – we believe that there is abroad understanding of the potential of the project.Moreover, the political developments in Bangladesh bring additional progress, albeitthat they could still create barriers which could hold up the company’s advance for awhile. Nevertheless, we believe that the underlying energy squeeze in the country,which hinders its economic development, will ultimately encourage the governmentto grant approval for the mine. On a current basis we believe that the shares are probably fairly valued at theircurrent level. In our view, this represents an option on the overall size of theresource and the potential profitability that could accrue from development.However, the exercise of that option would result in changed input parameters andwe believe that this is looking more likely given the underlying political changes thathave been wrought in the country. In particular, we expect there to be an increasingmove towards development of a power generation alternative to gas given both thedepletion of this fuel within the country and its wider use.Progress on the permitting front would, we believe, have a significant positive effecton GCM’s share price and we believe that it would move towards our 440p targetprice. While these target prices are normally structured on the basis of a 12-monthtime frame, in this instance we believe that timing is too dependent on politicalevents beyond the company’s control to be able to determine the time-line with anydegree of accuracy.As discussed on pages 10 – 12 we believe that some political progress has beenmade and that the end-2013 elections represent a very important trigger. Indeed, adecision in the next few months would probably enable the start of ground worksprior to the elections – implying a significant hiring and investment programme inthe country. GCM has a broad understandingof the Phulbari project……;and we believe that political progress towards development has been achieved Fairly valued ahead of approval…̷0;but political progress would change the game……and we believe that prospectsare improving Looking to the longer-term, we believe that there is significant upside potentialbeyond the 440p level. This is even after allowing for the dilutive effects of either ashare issue or a sale of a part of the project to a joint venture partner to help fundthe capital cost of developing the mine. We have looked at this opportunity on twodifferent bases and derive a valuation of 1200-1500p/share. The most importantfactor here is the level of the development fund-raising as this has a direct effect onthe level of dilution incurred.Overall, therefore, while we value GCM at around 200p we set our target price at440p to reflect our view of its future potential. Beyond this, we consider that there issignificant additional upside potential to somewhere between 1200p and 1500p.
29/7/2016
12:02
caledoniaman1: Who is at it manipulating this stock ? This RNS statement was released by the company only 3 months ago :- GCM Resources PLC Statement re Share Price Movement 12/04/2016 2:30pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Gcm Resources (LSE:GCM) Historical Stock Chart 6 Months : From Jan 2016 to Jul 2016 Click Here for more Gcm Resources Charts. TIDMGCM RNS Number : 9689U GCM Resources PLC 12 April 2016 12(th) April 2016 GCM Resources plc ("GCM" or the "Company") (AIM:GCM) Share price movement The Directors of GCM Resources plc (AIM:GCM), a resource exploration and development company, have noted the recent rise in the price of its shares. They are not aware of any disclosable price sensitive information in relation to the Company which has not already been made public. The Company remains wholly focused on pursuing the necessary approval from the Government of Bangladesh for the Phulbari Coal Project to proceed with the next stage of development. The Directors are confident that an agreement can be reached which satisfies the objectives of both the Government and the Company.
26/4/2013
20:24
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