Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kefi Minerals LSE:KEFI London Ordinary Share GB00B1HNYB75 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.015p -3.80% 0.38p 0.37p 0.39p 0.38p 0.355p 0.38p 32,020,869 14:56:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -3.2 -0.2 - 14.76

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Kefi Minerals Daily Update: Kefi Minerals is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KEFI. The last closing price for Kefi Minerals was 0.40p.
Kefi Minerals has a 4 week average price of 0.45p and a 12 week average price of 0.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.67p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.26p.
There are currently 3,882,920,433 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 46,245,609 shares. The market capitalisation of Kefi Minerals is £14,755,097.65.
cutandpolished61: Deutsche Bank in free fall - share price plunges another 6% Deutsche Bank AG’s share price has plunged 6% this morning on the news that German Chancellor Angela Merkel dismissed the possibilities of state intervention to help the struggling bank. The German bank’s share price continues to fall towards zero as its dire health becomes increasingly obvious. In contrast, the gold bull run has continued, with the precious metal up by 2.65% (£+26.18/ oz t) in the last week. Since 2007, Deutsche Bank’s share price has lost over 90% and almost 50% this year. Its recent refusal to pay a $14 billion fine to the US Department of Justice has raised concerns about cash-flow, highlighting the German lender’s troubling income shortage. Despite CEO John Cryan’s claims to the contrary, it seems as though the bank are in serious trouble and with derivative holdings of a reported $75 trillion, it has been labelled the most dangerous bank in the world. Comparisons have been made between the German bank and Lehmann Brothers’ position in 2007. Should Deutsche Bank go the same way, the consequences could be even more severe. Last time such an event occurred the gold price soared to a record high. With precious metal prices moving back towards those levels in recent months, any potential banking crisis could certainly lead to another prolonged bull market for gold.
goatherd: The problem, I believe, is that the Board is not particularly interested in the current share price - they are, of course, interested in the final share price - and I think they have not really looked at the share price implications on dilution. Wendy Durham alwats used to say all directors of AIM companies should be required to undertake a course on share trading! The easiest way they could get the price up would be to release the "incredible numbers" on Hawiah [which I think they were on]. They say they have not as they did not want to help their competitors. That might have been camouflage re the access problem; but that should no longer apply. However it could be on ARTAR advice, which they would have to take seriously. Competition hardly applies to getting further exploration licenses as we have plenty; however they might be worried that the first applicant rule might be breached, and we do not want to risk losing any. If Hawiah is as good as we expect I would rather have 30% dilution than risk access problems and risk losing some of of EL-applied-for sites. We should get Hawiah drilling results before too long - any ideas anyone?
markb125: HB What is the KEFI share price focast now with a bull gold price of $1350-1400/ oz Mx I need a little cheer up my wife's been sold !
goatherd: Today's news says that the government of Ethiopia is paying $20m dollars for 20% share in "TK". It is important to note that this is a share in Ethiopia only - it does not dilute the KEFI shares at all. This clearly values TK at $100m [as the RNS said]. The Ethiopian government now has a 25% share [they previously had a 5% free carry]; so Kefi has 75%. Accordingly KEFI's share is worth $75m. Kefi has 3,411m shares - fully diluted. So each share "owns" a share in TK worth 1.35 p - or 2.6 times the current share price. So you can buy at a 60% discount to what the Ethiopian government paid. Of course IMHO the real value in KEFI comes in Saudi Arabia. TK is just a nice bonus, importantly producing a $50m + cash stream starting late next year, which will fund Saudi exploration and perhaps a dividend.
estseon: Something will need to be done to enable the market to properly value the company. I've suggested floating off KME under a new holding company with Kefi shareholders receiving [90% of] KME holding company shares by way of a demerger distribution and Kefi placing, say, 10% of that new holding company for cash. Looking at the NPV calculations and assuming that the gold price returns to $1250 or above, KME holding co shares might start trading at up to 2.5p. Kefi PLC would have cash from the placing and the KSA operations. Pre the acquisition of TK, Kefi was trading above 2p or 0.35p, adjusting for the dilution since. As Kefi has acquired the Hawiah EL since then and has made some progress on JQ, a price for PLC of a bit above the current price for the combined operation could be justified. With KME relieved of any dilution (assuming that "fully funded" means that) and PLC relieved of the need to make any further raisings before doing a lot of drilling on Hawiah, a restructuring might remove the blight that is holding back the share price. As Union said, a 1 for 10 consolidation would make the share capital of both companies look less like the UK national debt.
mab: goneawol It is unusual for small caps to have such a large issue of shares but share price appreciation is much more to do with profits, low debt, good ROE, cashflows which kefi is years from still and is reflected in the share price accordingly. However in five years time when the price of gold is back to $1800 and kefi has tk, jibal and hawaih on stream spitting out cash, AND paying dividends then maybe harry can start buying back shares with excess cashflows ;-) The other side of the coin is gold $750 in 5 years time, kefi share price down another 95% from current levels or delisted! They don't come packaged with more high risk/reward than junior golds! place yer bets!
goatherd: Tops, You should try reading my posts before replying to them! I choose my words with care! I did not say price does not matter - though I certainly think it matters less than you do! I merely said that I did not agree that the gold price going up 5% [which I welcome] did not lead me to expect the Kefi share price to increase daily. "We are not producing any so why should the price matter?" was merely an expression of how the market views things. And I would accept that I did not choose my words well there. Inverted commas would have made it clearer.
soul limbo: "constantly posted articles here warning of higher US rates, stronger Dollar and a lower Gold price." as opposed to rose tintys, over the past 4+ years, constantly ramping KEFI share price was going to be 10p, 20p, 30p, 40p, 50p..... even £1 not to forget all the b/s that gold price was going to zoom to $10,000... when gold bulls were frothing at the mouth.
tim_the_trout2: Hi Estseon I'm not concerned what the Stockmarketwire says, just reporting it. I appreciate you can make a paper profit whilst Revenues were nil but Kefi share price won't move northwards until we either start to produce or exiting news comes from Hawiah. I'm prepared to wait for both. TTT
estseon: I don't think that anyone was realistically expecting a linear correlation between Kefi share price and time. Movement in the share price will be event driven and we are awaiting the relevant events. Whether the market will react to the events in the manner hoped is, of course, quite another matter. But if Kefi continues to pile on value it will eventually. The trigger might then be quite inconsequential. That is why the only sensible strategy is to hold.
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