Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kenmare Res. LSE:KMR London Ordinary Share IE00BDC5DG00 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -37.00p -10.10% 329.25p 325.00p 330.00p 355.00p 328.00p 345.00p 177,192 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 83.3 -25.4 -1.0 - 360.86

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24/9/2016
09:20
Kenmare Res. Daily Update: Kenmare Res. is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KMR. The last closing price for Kenmare Res. was 366.25p.
Kenmare Res. has a 4 week average price of 275.19p and a 12 week average price of 242.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 400.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 51.30p.
There are currently 109,601,551 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 695,882 shares. The market capitalisation of Kenmare Res. is £360,863,106.67.
05/7/2016
22:36
tabhair: The whole thing is a farce, just like the management. They are asking us to stump up 1.16p for new shares when the current market price is 0.95p, a premium of 22%. Unless the share price shoots up in the next week or so, then just throw your letter in the bin and buy the shares in the open market.
07/3/2016
13:12
nonic: Then this comes thro the mailbox hxxp://www.independent.ie/business/irish/kenmare-gets-waiver-extension-on-23m-debt-34514690.html My ulcers are doing fine thank you chartered......... Derision is the name of the game here A couple weeks ago there was an RNS about share price movement but a 70% increase now does not seem to warrant comment. Far too much of the scum of the earth now seem to be employed by the financial institutions ruining the worlds investment portfolios...... But of course that is just......... My honest opinion. Have a nice day y'all
19/11/2015
19:16
dan_the_epic: Had a short on this for years. You may be interested that I have closed it today. Incremental gain from here not worth the risk that they dilute equity down to nothing, but somehow preserve the share price. Assets in an upturn now are good value IMO. ATB
30/4/2015
12:29
sorksandnorks: Sadly, now that Iluka have returned with a much reduced offer I believe there is very little upside to the KMR share price from now on. The most it could reach based on today's Iluka price is around 6.5p and, as all-share deals are much less appealing than good honest cash ones, I suspect that such a price is very unlikely. If this can drag itself up to 5p then after so many years of suffering I for one will be glad to get out albeit at a very hefty loss. Good luck to all my fellow sufferers - I wish you better luck next time - and always remember: Beware of fools masquerading as directors......
30/4/2015
10:40
dodge meister: Risk is what will Iluka shares be worth after the merger. If the shares returned to Dec 2014 level (5.6AUS) that is only a little about the current KMR price.
22/1/2015
12:50
h2owater: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a589645e-9d76-11e4-8946-00144feabdc0.html?siteedition=uk#axzz3PY2ilF2K Iluka may also have a say in Kenmare’s future. The Australian company has continued due diligence, including visits to Moma. But valuation is a problem. The bid rejected in June as too low was based on a ratio of the two companies’ share prices that implied a value of 16.5p a share for Kenmare investors. Now the same ratio would imply a 12p valuation for Kenmare, compared with its share price of about 2.5p. With most commodity prices falling, investors will be focused on Kenmare’s release shortly of its production report for last year, in which the miner may also try to point to a brighter sales environment for its ilmenite. “A positive report and price rises would be one thing that would buy them time,” said one analyst.
17/10/2014
09:31
sorksandnorks: AO - Yes, I think you are right - the KMR share price is in dire straits and, although their latest quarterly report is not as bad as I expected, I suspect that they will bite Ilkua's hand off if they come back with a 15p offer - or perhaps even a few pence more (we all live in hope!) On the plus side it is good to hear from KMR at last after months of silence and to learn that they are still talking to Iluka. There may yet be a positive change in our fortunes. To those of you still holding like me - don't sell just yet - your losses may be lessened - keep the faith. Good Luck All!
05/10/2014
15:35
ravenheart: Call me old fashioned but if the original offer had any likelihood of actually happening then the KMR share price would not be trading where it is now.......some 50% lower. AIMHO
05/5/2014
00:35
wexboy: Company: Kenmare Resources Prior Post(s): 2012 & 2013 Ticker: KMR:LN Price: GBP 13.25p Kenmare's one of the few Irish resource stocks that's clawed its way up to producing status, so I derive no pleasure from the validation of my consistently bearish stock perspective. But perhaps Moma has always been a project too far...for a company with such humble origins. And for the risks involved, the company was ridiculously overvalued (back in 2011 & 2012, when the share price set a 60p+ double-top) – and now, of course, it's simply over-leveraged. Potential salvation lies with ramping up production asap – unfortunately, commodity prices have declined significantly, and now Kenmare basically lacks the financing to accelerate production. In fact, revenue's gone into reverse, declining over 40% in 2013 – while operating cash generation barely funded the company's interest bill. An asset-based valuation remains the only logical approach to valuing Kenmare. I'll be kind & use the same in-the-ground prices as last year (approx. 10% of medium/long term average spot prices): A price of $18 per tonne for ilmenite looks spot on, the $100 price for rutile's mostly irrelevant, and a $133 price for zircon's generous considering recent grading & pricing. As usual, I'll assign a 50% haircut for probable reserves, and 75% for measured & indicated resources - here's the latest reserve/resource statement. [NB: As I understand it, the Namalope resources should be Indicated (not Inferred)]. To this we can add USD 68 million of cash, USD 363 M of debt, and an annual (free) cash flow burn of 81 M. [Virtually all capex - though it's not clear Kenmare will actually manage this kind of capex spend in 2014...]: (USD 68 M Cash – 363 M Debt – 81 M Annual Cash Burn + 19.6 Mt Ilmenite * $18 + 0.4 Mt Rutile * $100 + 1.4 Mt Zircon * $133) / 1.6833 GBP/USD / 2,782 M Shares = GBP 4.3p Kenmare remains substantially over-valued. The bigger problem might now be the financial stress/risk placed on the company – which is always difficult to handicap. In my experience, once the debt restructuring process begins, it tends to continue...and we've already seen a rescheduling of the company's debt repayments. It would be foolish of investors to assume Kenmare's lenders have infinite patience, or to hope KMR can somehow enjoy a debt write-down without severely impacting/diluting current equity holders. In fact, at this point in the cycle, lenders might actually be incentivized to swap their debt for the upside potential of equity – right-sizing the company's production & capital structure would position fresh equity nicely for an eventual commodity price rally. But hey, what do I know – the most likely course of action will probably be the good old junior resource stock standby: Management will bury their heads in the (mineral) sand, wait for the share price to totally collapse, and then they'll finally launch a massively dilutive placing... Price Target: GBP 4.3p Upside/(Downside): (67)%
04/12/2012
15:21
smartypants: Ok people ...for those of you with limited market or analytical experience...here is what you do.. Visit your local pound shop..purchase one childs geomotry set, one pack of felt tip marker pens, one pack of cling film or food shrink wrap alterative...return home enlist the help of a small child to log in to ADVFN and to display a 5 day chart of KMR share price...(SP)... Cover your monitors display with the cling film...remove a straight edge (ruler) from the geometry set..place on the screen following/and along the line of the share price (share price) trejectory...now with a marker pen (colour of your own choice) draw a line on the screen matching and along the trejectory and extend beyond...there you now have the trading patern for the next few days...down to 26p (?) This works for any share..simply change the share epic and price....
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