Anglo Pacific Dividends - APF

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Anglo Pacific Group Plc APF London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.27% 183.50 184.00 182.50 184.00 184.00 16:35:15
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Industry Sector
MINING

Anglo Pacific APF Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
06/02/2019FinalGBX3.1331/12/201731/12/201816/05/201917/05/201930/05/20198
24/12/2018InterimGBX1.6231/12/201731/12/201803/01/201904/01/201914/02/20190
23/08/2018InterimGBX1.6331/12/201731/12/201804/10/201805/10/201815/11/20180
15/05/2018InterimGBX1.62531/12/201731/12/201805/07/201806/07/201815/08/20180
28/03/2018FinalGBX431/12/201631/12/201717/05/201818/05/201831/05/20187
23/08/2017InterimGBX331/12/201631/12/201705/10/201706/10/201715/11/20170
31/03/2017FinalGBX331/12/201531/12/201629/06/201730/06/201709/08/20176
25/08/2016InterimGBX331/12/201531/12/201629/12/201630/12/201608/02/20170
23/03/2016FinalGBX331/12/201431/12/201523/06/201624/06/201605/08/20167
26/08/2015InterimGBX431/12/201431/12/201526/11/201527/11/201504/02/20160
25/03/2015FinalGBX431/12/201331/12/201425/06/201526/06/201507/08/20158.45
28/08/2014InterimGBX4.4531/12/201331/12/201426/11/201428/11/201404/02/20150
20/02/2014FinalGBX5.7531/12/201231/12/201318/06/201420/06/201407/08/201410.2
29/08/2013InterimGBX4.4531/12/201231/12/201327/11/201329/11/201304/02/20140
13/02/2013FinalGBX5.7531/12/201131/12/201205/06/201307/06/201307/08/201310.2
14/08/2012InterimGBX4.4531/12/201131/12/201228/11/201230/11/201205/02/20130
22/02/2012FinalGBX5.531/12/201031/12/201102/05/201204/05/201204/07/20129.75
11/08/2011InterimGBX4.2531/12/201031/12/201109/11/201111/11/201111/01/20120
23/02/2011FinalGBX5.131/12/200931/12/201004/05/201106/05/201106/07/20119.05
26/08/2010InterimGBX3.9531/12/200931/12/201010/11/201012/11/201012/01/20110
22/02/2010FinalGBX4.6531/12/200831/12/200905/05/201007/05/201007/07/20108.35
26/08/2009InterimGBX3.731/12/200831/12/200911/11/200913/11/200913/01/20100
25/02/2009FinalGBX4.3531/12/200731/12/200806/05/200908/05/200903/07/20097.8
14/11/2008InterimGBX3.4531/12/200731/12/200805/11/200807/11/200819/12/20080
24/10/2008InterimGBX3.4531/12/200731/12/200805/11/200707/11/200807/01/20090
25/02/2008FinalGBX4.3531/12/200631/12/200718/06/200820/06/200801/08/20087.35
07/11/2007InterimGBX331/12/200631/12/200705/12/200707/12/200701/02/20080
25/02/2007FinalGBX3.7531/12/200531/12/200620/06/200722/06/200703/08/20076.35
15/12/2006InterimGBX2.631/12/200531/12/200606/12/200608/12/200602/02/20070
08/03/2006FinalGBX3.2531/12/200431/12/200521/06/200623/06/200604/08/20065.5
28/10/2005InterimGBX2.2531/12/200431/12/200530/11/200502/12/200527/01/20060
28/02/2005FinalGBX231/12/200331/12/200422/06/200524/06/200505/08/20053.6
29/10/2004InterimGBX1.631/12/200331/12/200401/12/200403/12/200428/01/20050
19/03/2004FinalGBX1.331/12/200231/12/200323/06/200425/06/200406/08/20042.6
20/11/2003InterimGBX1.331/12/200231/12/200303/12/200305/12/200330/01/20040
11/04/2003FinalGBX0.6531/12/200131/12/200209/07/200311/07/200331/07/20031.75
22/11/2002InterimGBX1.131/12/200131/12/200204/12/200206/12/200214/01/20030
28/04/2000FinalGBX0.0531/12/199831/12/199903/07/200007/07/200004/08/20000.05

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
08/11/2019
10:50
ok,yah: 2 directors bought in! - should support share price.
21/8/2019
16:20
sic1969: You do realise QP that everything moves in cycles- goes up, goes down, but when sales and profits are going up by 60% year on year - the share price is not going to be far behind. APF are not stupid, some of these contracts are on fixed prices, so underlying commodity movements don't have any impact whatsoever.
18/8/2019
12:15
sic1969: As FDR put it QP: Repeating a lie over and over again doesn't transform it into the truth. Similarly repeating the same tired old nonsense doesn't make it any less nonsensical. Watch what happens to the share price over the next 12 to 18 months, it's going to be way over £3 per share. Lovely Jubbly.
09/8/2019
09:31
quepassa: Chris - the "th" at the end of his nick-name- stands for thicko. Chris-thicko thinks that the share price fall from 228p in May this year to the current 190p is a sign that the share price is "holding". That's a whopping c. 20% fall in less than three months. But thicko-Chris thinks that's good performance, thinks that means share price is holding. Hint....it's not. Thick by name and thick by nature. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
03/7/2019
20:54
wanderingjock: Dividends tomorrow - goody goody!!! Share price at 211, fantastic (bought at 140, 80k) QP - what a t0ssr. lol
20/6/2019
12:44
sic1969: "What is the chance of two brand new posters since May finding themselves on the same bulletin with names each comprising three letters followed by four digits? A trillion to one??" Well no wonder your investing is so poor, your maths is a zillion miles out. QP indulge me. You would surely not be insane enough to believe that all coal use could end overnight? Unless we want to find ourselves back in the dark ages instantly? - You have to acknowledge that it takes time to move away from coal and oil to something else? It is simple fact that this is true. APF have a stake in the biggest coal mine in the world, ALL of the mining is now being done in APFs royalty areas, and with a 40% uplift in production the new owners want that gives APF between 5 and 6 years of royalties. Coal use has been going on for hundreds of years, it cannot be replaced in 5 years, 10 years or even 30 years - coal fired anything - power plants, furnaces, etc, etc can't be converted overnight. So with 5 to 6 years of record royalties - that sets the share price up for a BIG re-rating. PLUS the excess cash and loan facilities are being and will be invested in the very things you want to see - precious metals used in high density batteries for electric cars, etc. So how can you lose with APF? Record royalites and cash from the current major fuel sources, and heavy investment in future ones. You surely don't expect a company to throw away (if it could) assets in coal worth £300 - £400 million over the next 5 to 6 years "because of ideology" do you? Do you think no one else would buy or use those assets if they could? You are deluded man, banks are not lending to miners, which is APFs USP, they have huge amounts of cash GUARANTEED in over the next 6 years, and they are redeploying that money into the things you and I knw will explode exponentially - like batteries for electric cars. And yet while you bang on and on about renewables you can't seem to see the unique opportunty here to get into all of that at the ground floor and to make HUGE and SIGNIFICANT piles of cash while doing your best for the environment. The mind boggles, it really does.
17/5/2019
12:33
sic1969: I have been invested in Anglo Pacific for about 2 years now, and of course the major question with regards to value is how long will the Kestrel royalties keep on coming for? Well, I decided to speak to the comapny since the map on their website was uploaded in Sept 2014, and they replied (the new map is in the latest presentation, I also think slide 16 is well worth looking at, as well as some of the others). Anyway, APF answered that at the increased 40% production rate, 90% of said production falling in APFs royalty areas in that time, the royalties will continue for between 5 and 6 years. I printed off the new map, compared it to the old one, calculated how long it had taken to move from A to B, took a ruler, a calculator and a bit of maths and calculated it for myself. At old production levels the Kestrel royalties would last for c.8.2 years. With a 40% increase it comes out to roughly 5.85 years - so what they said looks to be correct. So: a) almost 6 years more Kestrel royalties but 40% higher than has been the norm. b) some of the newer additions will contiue to grow and contribute more in that time c) the company will have a massive war chest to make much bigger additions to replace Kestrel. d) plenty of dividends for shareholders. e) plenty of room for share price growth since it seems to be seriously undervalued (see slide 16). Que Passa seems to think this is a bum share in a bum company. There's only 1 bum here, and it's QP.
15/5/2019
18:25
erogenous jones: Tomorrow shares go xd which will have a small impact on the share price. The chart seems to be returning to that last seen some 12 years ago when it rose on a similar trajectory to discover almost on a daily basis a new high. We are a long way off that point. Run profits but might be worth having a trailing stop to be on the safe side. Me? Well APF has risen 48% thus far this year and all that is in the public arena is recent news. I see no compelling reason to sell. As for QP.... I filtered him years ago. In common with him, I have no idea what he is talking about.
28/4/2019
23:17
rochdae: topvest Your argument doesn't hold water. You can't say on the one hand that APF only has 4 more years of revenue and on the other hand say the share price may well go up in the short term. The market isn't that stupid. You are missing something in your analysis.
25/4/2019
08:28
illiswilgig: I agree, Q1 royalty income up again - primarily thanks to Kestrel. The increase in production at Kestrel means that the land over which APF has royalty rights will be exhausted more quickly. The company is hugely dependent upon this royalty - so selling it whilst the price is high is not necessarily a bad thing. It all depends upon what they buy to replace it. But I am pleased to see that APF is not just rushing after quick deals - as they have done in the past - they need to do some very good deals to replace Kestrel. In the short term the share price may well contine to rise as the market overlooks the limited span of Kestrel royalties - or overrates the companies ability to replace them. It's a hold for me at the moment - but if the price continues to climb I may well be selling - unless they do some excellent deals which set the basis for the future, cheers Illis,
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