Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Karelian LSE:KDR London Ordinary Share IE00B01ZSK94 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.50p 0.45p 0.55p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 - 1.59

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08/12/2016
08:20
Karelian Daily Update: Karelian is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KDR. The last closing price for Karelian was 0.50p.
Karelian has a 4 week average price of 0.51p and a 12 week average price of 0.61p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.43p.
There are currently 317,785,034 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 503,169 shares. The market capitalisation of Karelian is £1,588,925.17.
08/12/2016
08:04
duplicate book: KeyserSosse.....where does Sunrise Diamonds fit in with the above regarding Nordic? If I am following your suggestion regarding 'burying stuff elsewhere' correctly, then perhaps if price sensitive information pertaining to the listed company KDR had been released to the market previously, then we perhaps would not need to be going through with this Capital reorganisation? Hope all who attend the AGM tomorrow manage to hear some positives from our Board. The performance of the share price over the last twelve months ultimately lies with them. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
07/12/2016
12:00
thecynical1: DB - this is the standard MO for these guys - look at CGNR - can't you just picture the scene......."oh dear....look at the share price.....we can't raise any more funds at the moment as our share.price is below the nominal value.......not a problem.....we can just consolidate.......and off we go again.....how much do I need for fees / emoluments this year?"........ah.....to be a fly.on the wall at those board meetings........... 😎
18/11/2016
22:18
duplicate book: KeyserSosse......our Board have expressed a wish that us shareholders vote, and agree with their proposed Capital Reorganisation at the upcoming AGM. My thoughts are that if news was released that would have a meterial effect on our share price prior to that, it may render such a requirement to be redundant, so l doubt that would happen. I agree with your feelings regarding the deferred shares, in particular the 'mates rates', and the inevitable fund raising following this reorganisation, but at what price? We have closed down again today. The chart is suggesting that this downtrend is going to continue, though l accept that in small cap stocks chart analysis is usually pointless! The Board have made it clear that this reorganisation is necessary to facilitate the raising of working capital, which by its very nature causes dilution, and in more cases than not is followed by a share consolidation. Its time for the Board to deliver on the expectations of its shareholders. The final results and the necessity to reorganise the Capital of the Company suggests to me that in the short term that is not going to happen.
18/11/2016
16:26
keysersosse: For the first time in two years, I'd have to agree entirely with Cornish Trader1000 and say the BOD's policy of keeping matters in house is entirely responsible for the current and pitiful share price. I know for fact the BOD themselves are baffled by the low share price but they have nobody else to blame except themselves. To try and keep a balanced opinion here, I know full well and gracefully accept it takes hell of a long time to succeed in diamond exploration, it really is a long shot, I'd suggest looking at the timescales it took Alrosa to explore, pinpoint and finally unveil their huge mines on the other side of the Karelian Craton. That took an eon but is all in the archives if you take time to look yourselves. We do share a common link however thanks to Dr Nikolai Pokhilenko and efforts on both sides which stretch back many years under previous guises. Again, there's nothing hidden or cryptic whatsoever, it is all there for the entire www to see, purely needs researching. A few other other points intrigue me though, the 'cash used in operations' is certainly one. Once again, I'm not being cryptic, but folk need to examine these in conjunction with other years, then look very closely and cross examine events leading up to these periods. The paragraph regarding 'deferred shares' is also one which intrigues me. Sensing a power shift and possible nepotism here, which may lead on to the capital reorganisation. Mates rates perhaps ? There's definitely no shortage of folk prepared to fund any placing which will no no doubt happen. The folk funding have deep pockets and closer ties to the BOD than the likes of you and I will ever have, and they're the ones we'll never encounter in real life. With the AGM looming and plenty of spuds primed to be chucked, I can only hope and imagine we'll hear further news beforehand. But what the hell do I know ? As I said at the start of this post, I'm in total agreeance for the first time ever with Cornish and I'm certainly not trying to sugarcoat anything re Karelian....they need to and should be more open with their news policy.
17/11/2016
10:54
duplicate book: And probably a share consolidation! Agree Goldeneye5, may not need to raise a lot of money, but the fact they have to carry out this share reorganisation because of the poor performance of the share price over the last six or seven months in particular, is more than a little ironic! What price a fundraising too? At a discount to current levels probably, which will drive the share price lower! It would be good to see director buying, but l wont hold my breath. If there is some Company changing developments expected here, then they need to happen sooner rather than later. It would be far better to get any good news out into the market now, improving shareholder value and the shareprice, then look at raising money. The fact that this reorganisrtion needs to happen now suggests to me that we are not expecting any such developments short term.
17/11/2016
08:57
goldeneye5: It's no big deal, exploration companies need to raise money... at current share price it was technically not possible as we already knew... do you expect kdr to never raise money again? I would expect the will only need a small amount of money, depending on who is footing the larger bills.
23/6/2014
13:27
wetdreams: KDR is a gem.Here's why:1. KDR's share price rose +213% in 2013. It is one of the best performers in the entire UK stock market...2. The Chairman said on Dec 9 2013 there is now a "very strong possibility" of finding a large diamond mine...3. The Chairman -- a professor -- took on £470k of KDR shares and 40% of the whole firm on Dec 11 2013...4. KDR's financials improved in the 2013 annual report...5. KDR is now well funded to keep digging and sampling for 2014 and 2015...6. Giant Rio Tinto has given KDR 53,000 samples of mining data, which some value at up to £30 million worth...7. KDR is sifting through the 53k samples and hinted at its AGM it may be onto something...8. Giant Rio Tinto will take a 51% stake if KDR find diamonds, so mine production should not be an issue...9. Alrosa, the world's largest diamond miner, has been to visit recently the KDR sites in eastern Finland...10. Microdiamonds, G9 / G10 rocks, broken macrodiamonds and other good indicators have been found...11. Other goodies, like gold, are also rumored to be on the KDR radar screen...12. Miners in general, like Rio Tinto, are tipped by some investors to be coming back into fashion in 2014...13. Some tech charts are currently indicating a classic upward "bowl" formation has formed...14. Nearby to Finland, in Russia, is a proven $12 billion diamond mine, in a similar craton area...15. If KDR finds even one-tenth of the size of the Russian mine nearby, the KDR share price could be 100p...And all this from a company with a 2p share price and a £4 million valuation on Dec 31 2013...KDR is a gem. Found this post
11/2/2014
22:31
skier100: The KDR share price rose a huge +213% in 2013... It has now risen a further +63% in the first six weeks of 2014... There is a sustained, strong upward rise in the share price over many months... KDR is one of the best stocks in the whole UK stockmarket... The KDR Chairman says there is a "very strong possibility" of finding a major diamond pipe... He has taken onboard a half-million Pounds of KDR shares... And the Chairman now talks not just of "discovering" diamonds, but he also talks of "developing" diamonds... Developing means building a mine... KDR is approaching the final -- and most valuable -- phase of its life cycle...
03/1/2014
21:51
skier100: KDR is a gem. Here's why: 1. KDR's share price rose +213% in 2013. It is one of the best performers in the entire UK stock market... 2. The Chairman said on Dec 9 2013 there is now a "very strong possibility" of finding a large diamond mine... 3. The Chairman -- a professor -- took on £470k of KDR shares and 40% of the whole firm on Dec 11 2013... 4. KDR's financials improved in the 2013 annual report... 5. KDR is now well funded to keep digging and sampling for 2014 and 2015... 6. Giant Rio Tinto has given KDR 53,000 samples of mining data, which some value at up to £30 million worth... 7. KDR is sifting through the 53k samples and hinted at its AGM it may be onto something... 8. Giant Rio Tinto will take a 51% stake if KDR find diamonds, so mine production should not be an issue... 9. Alrosa, the world's largest diamond miner, has been to visit recently the KDR sites in eastern Finland... 10. Microdiamonds, G9 / G10 rocks, broken macrodiamonds and other good indicators have been found... 11. Other goodies, like gold and platinum, are also rumored to be on the KDR radar screen... 12. Miners in general, like Rio Tinto, are tipped by some investors to be coming back into fashion in 2014... 13. Some technical charts for chartists are currently indicating a classic upward "bowl" formation has formed... 14. The global price of diamonds is set to soar through 2018, due to strong Asian demand, according to the influential Antwerp World Diamond Centre... 15. Nearby to Finland, in Russia, is a proven $12 billion diamond mine, in a similar craton area... 16. If KDR finds even one-tenth of the size of the Russian mine nearby, the KDR share price could be 100p... And all this from a company with a 4p share price and a tiny £6 million valuation on Jan 3, 2014... KDR is a gem. Jmo. Dyor etc.
26/11/2013
19:55
skier100: Less than £10k of "buys" moved the KDR share price almost +10% in one day last week. It will only take a few dozen small buyers to realize the potential and the share price can go through the roof on this one.
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