Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Randgold Resources LSE:RRS London Ordinary Share GB00B01C3S32 ORD $0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +105.00p +1.57% 6,805.00p 6,805.00p 6,810.00p 6,810.00p 6,710.00p 6,720.00p 519,690 16:29:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 972.4 326.0 213.8 33.2 6,392.60

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Randgold Resources Daily Update: Randgold Resources is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RRS. The last closing price for Randgold Resources was 6,700p.
Randgold Resources has a 4 week average price of 6,700p and a 12 week average price of 6,700p.
The 1 year high share price is 9,820p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5,410p.
There are currently 93,939,807 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 759,447 shares. The market capitalisation of Randgold Resources is £6,392,603,866.35.
christh: Professor, there you go, you heard it from the experts. Gold is heading upwards and the price is $1300 per ounce. Therefore Rangold share price should be around £75-£80 to reflect the price rise. The £100 or £120 as Goldman Sachs predicts as a target price maybe by year end or next year as all the factors are included. Such as dollar/euro , economic changes in US, Chinese economy, Europe,oil.
gilesgraves: christi - is this a serious question? If so the answer is that between here and £100 the share price will go up and down a lot. If chinese investor times it right he can make a lot more money than if he just left it there for the journey. Equally if he times it wrong he can make less.
fez77: Thanks Shardview. Hikma was a nice little earner for both of us. However I didn't gain from the spike on Wednesday because I had liquidated my Hikma holding previously to buy into RRS. Sold Hikma a bit too low and bought RRS a bit too high!! So it goes. I sold some RRS yesterday morning (but not enough) - I should have top-sliced 55% like CI. Still learning the game! CI dips in and out and seems to make good money. Even a modest rise in the share price will be profitable if you've "bought in bulk". I don't have the clout to fully follow that - or the nerve! I'm back in to Hikma after yesterdays drop although only a small holding. I had bought back my RRS but it then dropped - so am down on RRS and looking to see what future holds. Also bought into TPK and JRP recently - both should be solid performers! Gambled on XAR but their price movements are pretty weird! Awaiting results next week. Good luck on RRS - and HIK.
malcolmmm: Heres what the Motley Fool has to say. Shares in gold mining giant Randgold Resources (LSE: RRS) topped the FTSE 100 leader board this morning, opening 2.6% higher at 7,035p, after reporting a year of record production and a 38% increase in profit. The company said gold sales for the year ended 31 December of $1.55bn were up 11% from the previous year, principally as a result of an 8% increase in the average gold price received of $1,244/oz. Meanwhile, total cash cost reduced 6% to $639/oz. This confirms once again that Randgold is a highly productive and efficient operator. Potential big return in short order Gold is currently trading at around $1,224/oz, modestly lower than the average price received by Randgold last year and well down from last year’s high of $1,367/oz. Big gold miners are a geared play on the price of gold and their shares tend to move by a multiple of the movement in the price of the metal. Rangold’s shares reached a high of 9,715p last year, giving 38% upside if they were to return to that peak from today’s opening price. Last year’s high came in the wake of the Brexit referendum and I see plenty of potential for fear and uncertainty — including elections in France, Germany and the Netherlands to drive the price of gold and Randgold’s shares back up again this year. Long-term investment However, I’m bullish on Randgold not only for its short-term potential for capital gains, but also for its long-term prospects. As today’s results show, the company generates abundant cash. It beat its net cash target of $500m for 2016, with $516m in the bank and no debt at the year end. The board has hiked the annual dividend by 52% to $1.00 a share from $0.66, giving a yield of 1.1%, which is infinitely more than you get from owning a bar of gold. Furthermore, the company has a 10-year plan to sustain its profitability even at a gold price of as low as $1,000/oz. Looking at both the short-term and the long-term, I rate Randgold’s shares a ‘buy’. Hi-ho silver! I’m bullish on FTSE 250 silver miner Hochschild (LSE: HOC) for much the same reasons as I’m keen on Randgold. The company has already reported record production for 2016 and I’m expecting strong financials when it announces its full results in a month’s time. At a current share price of 247p, Hochschild’s dividend should give a running yield
professor pettigrew: For those who doubt, spot gold is currently $1163, almost $150 per oz below what it was around election time in the US. And the RRS price then? £58.25. We've all had a good ride here since Trump was elected, but common sense dictates that you don't put on £6 per share with a $150 fall in the underlying commodity. We could be very exposed here to a sharp fall in the short-term, especially if the gold price retraces $30-40. My 3,000 shares remain as a long-term "hold", as I firmly believe we will see £100 here next year, but trading at the moment is a definite out. I sense there will be some burnt fingers here very soon. The gold price only has to re-trace back to around $1135 for this to go to sub £60 again. Beware. I will be castigated by the out and out bulls (and the scum trolls) but the correlation between the gold price and the stock price of RRS is way out of kilter now, and dramatically skewed to the downside. 10/90 risk of a major fall, unless gold pushes on to $1200. Gold now struggling to hold $1160. Be careful out there. Goodnight all, catch you in the morning. Currently at 1.53am London time, spot gold $1161.27. PP
professor pettigrew: sr - first thing to notice is the gearing that RRS has to the gold price. Recently, it's got out of sync somewhat, so today's rise to above £64 is actually overdone, even given the gold price price. On my model should be about £63.25. But gold is currently up (spot) around $14.75, so quite possible we could spike to £65 sometime in the morning. RRS has a long history of overegging the pudding. Too much upside on a gold price hike, and too much downside on a gold price fall. If you want to trade this, be very careful, and know what you are doing. You have to monitor the gold price by the minute to catch movements in the RRS price. For many years, I have traded RRS and kept a long-term bank of shares. These have been mainly bought by using some of the profits from trading. Currently hold 3002 shares as a long-term bank, and trade in and out between 600-880 shares at a time. At the time of writing, I think we are in for a fall back to the £63 level or maybe below £62, but gold is getting into a very volatile mode at the moment. Keep tuned in and best of luck. PP
gilesgraves: I appreciate Randgold is holding up incredibly well considering the gold price plunging. But IMHO there could easily be a big drop in RRS share price before the end of the year if it follows the gold price. Best of luck though.
chinese investor: I sense a correlation between the RRS Share Price and the Price Of Gold ! LOL !!
professor pettigrew: I have gold at $1500 by next June, and RRS at a minimum of £100. Now, with the gearing effect, just imagine the RRS price at a gold price of $3,000 which is being talked about frequently.
professor pettigrew: Do the maths, and look at the correlation between the gold price and the RRS share price. There is no other gold stock traded on the planet that has the gearing effect as pronounced as this. So, a $10 increase in gold tomorrow would put these around £1.50 up.
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