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Kefi Minerals LSE:KEFI London Ordinary Share GB00BD8GP619 ORD 1.7P
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16/7/2018
09:20
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 2.50p.
Kefi Minerals has a 4 week average price of 2.22p and a 12 week average price of 2.22p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.22p.
There are currently 552,702,973 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,321,348 shares. The market capitalisation of Kefi Minerals is £12,822,708.97.
13/7/2018
20:42
robjm66: Well do not think much has been overlooked here I did say I hoped harry would be able to pull something out of the hat and avoid a dilutive placing for working capital purposes but was not certain of that so I was waiting to see before I topped up. This was in spite of the rabbit of the vat refund congratulations for that. No one is arguing that the gamble of lanstead did not pay off for kefi. A higher share price would have benefited lanstead because their kefi shares would have been worth more. Things should and could have been up and running before now in Ethiopia but things were derailed by the a previous state of emergency and the banks getting cold feet. The information does not refer to the Ethiopian syndicate as that was not the definite deal kefi was going for at the time. Kefi getting a smaller slice of TK is actually the preferred deal of most shareholders which is why myself and others were constantly dropping unsubtle hints that kefi should invite investment at project level rather than company level. Can see a rerate being possible on further funds from the new equity investor as we had a spike just on the realisation that one likely existed. That’s not even considering other posative news and hopefully likely progress imho. Kefi has had little problem finding new resources would expect them to find more resources in their TK licence area and they still have a easily developable resource in KSA waiting if things can get back on track there one day. Ps where’s estseon these kind of posts are his job!
05/6/2018
12:27
chopper harris1: It seems that it makes no odds to the KEFI share price whether there’s a State of Emergency or not.
19/5/2018
15:11
aim0raider: For you Tops, a response to Andy's comments. "Where is ‘resettlement has now begun at Tulu Kapi. Bonds have been issued at a 7% coupon’ or maybe ‘we will start the draw down on October 1st when resettlement has been completed’." >It's not possible to say this precisely because this can't take place during the wet season. But they did say it is now being formalised. Was it 300 households? Kefi have already stated they are dependent on the Government to play their part in this process, it's not just down to them and they don't specifically control timescales. We know this was due to take place sooner but for the SOE which occurred as a result of the resigning PM (again out of Kefi's hands). They missed the pre wet season window because of the SOE. >https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/kefi-minerals-KEFI/share-news/KEFI-Minerals-plc-Community-Resettlement-at-Tulu-K/77222683 >How can they give a concrete drawdown date on the bonds, because it's dependent on the ending of the wet season, otherwise interest will be paid too soon. The timing of which is like saying British winter will end on 'this date', impossible. I'd imagine all Kefi can do is make an assumption of when it's likely to end, given conditions at the time and taking into account forecasts, then work back from it in terms of the draw down. But he has said they will draw down after the wet season, whenever that may be (normally Sept). >We know from the Charlie Gibson Edison interview how the run down to build works, but at that time the cut off was before the wet season started, so it would have been easier to predict dates, but the theory prevails. >They made it quite clear that DD has been happening in the background and a 'significant' part has been done. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/kefi-minerals-KEFI/share-news/KEFI-Minerals-plc-Bond-Mandate/77363893 so that's progress that has got them to the stage of 'formally mandated its bond arranger for the placement of US$160 million of Listed Infrastructure Bonds (the "Bonds").' >They also provided some guidance on timings in this RNS, but again, how can they be more specific given what i said earlier "We remain on track for drawdown of full project finance and to trigger community resettlement and mobilisation of construction contractors at the end of the Ethiopian wet season, which is normally in September. In the meantime, there is a string of planned milestones including the listing of the bonds so that they can be placed." >In the recent BRR Media interview, in the last 10 minutes he also clearly stated "will draw down after the wet season". Or even better “No dilution whatsoever is anticipated for share holders”. >Again, how can he make this promise? He did quite clearly state in the last minute of the BRR interview "...but we are negotiating and focussed on the project level..." I'm pretty sure this makes it quite clear, what he would like to do. Most of the info is there in the recent releases, but at times i think shareholder's are asking for guarantees when that is just not possible, given that they are events that will/should take place in the future.
10/5/2018
09:39
neilng: I can see a trend in the share price and I seek an explanation. I buy and increase my six figure investment (cost not value)- share price falls Gold price increases - share price falls NPV improves - share price falls We build a school - share price falls We have confirmation of resettlement - share price falls Gold price increases - share price falls More gold to dig up - share price falls Faster throughput of production - share price falls Government confirms to invest - share price falls Australia caught cheating at cricket - share price falls I buy more shares - share price falls Bond arranger mandated (not to be confused with loan ranger)- share price falls Huddersfield avoid relegation share price falls I must be a jonah but I will not abandon ship.
01/2/2018
13:33
jaylett: On 1 February, KEFI announced the appointment of David Munro, former MD of Billiton, and his two partners at International Mining Performance, to the senior management team as a prelude to triggering development and operations. This followed the announcement on 18 January that KEFI had terminated, by mutual agreement, its relationship with Oryx relating to its funding plans. Simultaneously, in its quarterly operational update, it reported that the funding approach remains unchanged, albeit with a simplified structure. KEFI also released the results of the final Tulu Kapi project models agreed by the consortium (and uploaded into the formal financing data rooms), which demonstrated some value improvements for shareholders compared with recent guidance. Like-for-like project NPV Compared to its earlier guidance of a project NPV of US$74m at US$1,250/oz Au and US$92m at US$1,300/oz at the start of construction, KEFI’s models now indicate a value of US$109m at US$1,300/oz. At the start of production, they indicate a value of US$175m at US$1,300/oz Au vs US$131m at US$1,250/oz Au and US$152m at US$1,300/oz, previously. The models reflect a two-year schedule set out with the contractors, to start construction in 2018, mining in 2019 and gold production in 2020. Greater exposure to gold price upside beckons Management advises that the simplification of the funding structure reduces operating costs, as does the honing of the project plans and management structure. These refinements are reflected in improved cash flows and NPVs. Valuation: Clear roadway to value uplift Our funding assumptions for KEFI remain unchanged. Otherwise, updating our financial model for these new factors (as well as our updated gold price forecasts – see Mining overview: Unlocking the price to NPV discount, published in November 2017), we estimate that Tulu Kapi is capable of generating average cash flows from operations of c £42.4m pa (vs £45.4m previously), which we value at £194.6m (cf £208.3m) or 22.0p per fully diluted share (attributable) at the start of production in 2020, or £61.6m, 13.9p per existing share, currently, using a 10% discount rate. Fully diluted at a share price of 3.75p (vs 3.50p previously), our valuation is 8.26p/share (cf 7.68p previously), based on the net present value of expected future dividends, discounted at 10% pa. This valuation then increases to 13.3p in 2023 and further, to 17.87p, in the event that KEFI is successfully able to leverage its cash flow from Tulu Kapi into other development assets in the region.
03/12/2017
03:41
cybaajak: Can I just say thanks to Aim for the webcast find. If that webcast had been done by BRR I'm sure the share price would have reacted more positively. Also. No equity level dilution at the top end for the last 20m piece of the jigsaw, due to Kefi share price I'm going to add, "this is a good thing" but don;t want you all thinking I am referring to the actual share price . Plus. He mentions the start of the drawdown of the Bond funds being delayed to end of Q1 or start of Q2 2018 as the 30 month delay in the repayment period then kicks in.. March/April 2018 means September/October 2020 repayments, so the mine is planned on being in production for 9 months beforehand. As long as the GoE says 'yes' its all good...
20/11/2017
12:54
robjm66: Well going to be the first to stick my neck out cybaajak. Kefi Market Cap only 13 14 million which is the market cap of an explorer so would expect boost after even a moderately successful deal. (Will pass on the what could happen if kefi get the worst deal for now). How much the price spikes will depend somewhat on what kind of deal is finally done if kefi gets the “intermediate” deal that would provide the biggest boost with no dilution and a new partner which would help faster expansion into kefi other prospects. Think also you would get more share buying from those that are holding back over doubts that harry can do a deal or those who feel overcommitted in a single share and want some more certainty. Then you would get the usual crowd that pile into any mining share that shows a big increase and general momentum investors. What price it would spike to is a guessing game, my guess (which will almost certainly be wrong) is on the back of an “intermediate” deal it would spike to 9 pence plus within the first or second week. Could be more if kefi suddenly becomes flavour of the month (or week knowing aim) if aim investors and gold bugs decide to really pile in or the ramping crowd descend en masse. Even if the share price overshoots in the short term i expect a rising gold price exploration and getting closer to production to underpin the company’s prospects and share price.
17/9/2017
00:38
estseon: If the Fed did that, standby for a 50fold increase in the Kefi share price, lol.
16/8/2017
17:16
neilng: KEFI Minerals plc 307.1% Potential Upside Indicated by Cantor Fitzgerald Posted by: Amilia Stone 16th August 2017 KEFI Minerals plc with EPIC/TICKER (LON:KEFI) has had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ this morning by analysts at Cantor Fitzgerald. KEFI Minerals plc are listed in the Basic Materials sector within AIM. Cantor Fitzgerald have set their target price at 23 GBX on its stock. This now indicates the analyst believes there is a possible upside of 307.1% from today’s opening price of 5.65 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has increased 0.35 points and increased 0.19 points respectively. The 1 year high for the share price is 9.35 GBX while the year low stock price is currently 3.93 GBX. KEFI Minerals plc has a 50 day moving average of GBX and a 200 Day Moving Average share price is recorded at . There are currently 328,247,143 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 261,677. Market capitalisation for LON:KEFI is £17,930,500 GBP.
13/2/2017
07:58
cpap man: KEFI Minerals (KEFI.L, 0.39p) – Speculative Buy KEFI has announced it has conditionally raised £5.6m which may contribute to the upcoming mine build. Depending on the timing of financial close for the mine, a larger or smaller proportion of the £5.6m could go towards the equity component of the mine funding. On its own, we estimate the money will provide KEFI with circa 18 months working capital. KEFI has also announced a 17:1 share consolidation and that some of the funds will go towards increasing its footprint in Saudi Arabia. The £5.6m will come from directors, Lycopodium and Landstead. Our view: KEFI is working on a number of fronts towards funding the Tulu Kapi mine build by mid 2017. The smaller funding announced this morning allows management to focus on the larger prize. The £4.6m Lanstead facility sees KEFI receive £0.69m upfront and the balance over 18 months. Lanstead's shares are fixed but the price it pays will depend on the prevailing KEFI share price each month. Since we are confident KEFI will achieve financial close for the mine this year (a very significant positive catalyst) we expect Lanstead to pay a higher average price for its shares than current levels. On that basis this is good news for existing shareholders and we maintain our Speculative Buy recommendation. Beaufort Securities acts as corporate broker to KEFI Minerals plc
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