Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Caledonia Mining Corporation Plc LSE:CMCL London Ordinary Share JE00BF0XVB15 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 620.00 610.00 630.00 620.00 620.00 620.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 35.6 10.8 56.8 10.8 66

Caledonia Mining Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/7/2019
20:42
Looks like the shaft sinking at the new Central Shaft at Blanket Mine has been completed. So output is sheduled to increase to just over a tonne a year by 2022
3800
20/3/2019
09:48
The currency issues in Zimbabwe don't seem to be affecting production that much although clearly have slightly delayed the mine expansion (by only a few months I'd guess). I think it's inevitable though that the share price is going to be largely driven by political sentiment in the short/medium term.
stemis
13/3/2019
08:53
have you seen SHG is moving up this morning... plenty more good news... 10 baggers potential CMCL is stable
338
27/2/2019
14:05
Not great news but since the MMs have walked the price down 40% on the back of the situation in Zimbabwe, a 25-30% reduction in earnings hopefully shouldn't have too much long term impact on the share price.
stemis
27/2/2019
13:53
Indeed. Unfortunately it is a recurring hit on eps :-(
livewireplus
27/2/2019
12:58
Bad news: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/caledonia-mining-crp/rns/revised-zimbabwe-monetary-policy-affects-earnings/201902271246003092R/
meanreverter
25/1/2019
10:42
J of A, you may be right about walking the price down and holding ones nerve. I've lost mine and decided to cut my loss a couple of weeks back on the basis that i) it could be a long wait and ii) better to take a loss and switch to one of the many great opportunities out there right now. A shame as this has so much potential. I'll keep watching though and may get back in once the political situation improves and the effect of doubling the cost of fuel becomes clear.
sandeels
22/1/2019
16:03
Looks like Zimbabwe is going down the tubes again. How bad will it get? I would have thought they would do everything they can to keep the gold flowing as it is a dead cert for getting foreign currency. It is clear the MMs are walking this down to draw out panic sellers as there is no volume of trading. I guess we just need to hold our nerve.
joan of arc
14/1/2019
08:22
So far production seems unaffected by the currency issues in Zimbabwe, with Q4 output (14,952 oz) the highest quarter this year. Guidance for next year is 53,000-56,000 with no mention of currency issues. Company on track with central shaft and increase in production to 80,000 oz from 2021 and next 5 months gold price hedged at $1,250/oz. All good news it seems.
stemis
15/11/2018
08:55
The investment proposition here isn't really the dividend but the impending increase in output from 55,000 to 80,000 oz and the low rating. Comparing last half year reports CMCL - output 25,582, earnings $8.0m, net cash $5.3m, market cap $61.3m AAZ - output 37,349, earnings $5.1m, net debt $2.9m, market cap $110.8m If CMCL was on the same rating as AAZ it's share price would be 3 times what it is now.
stemis
15/11/2018
07:50
Looks like AAZ is the safer dividend play v CMCL given recent events in Zim - they are also going to be far more aggressive increasing the payout, the forward yield is over 6% right now
broken_arrow1
14/11/2018
17:48
IG credited my CMCL dividend on 13 Nov.
meanreverter
14/11/2018
14:01
The dividends are paid by the holding company from funds held outside Zimbabwe. In the medium and long term they do of course depend on receipt of profits from the Zimbabwean operating company. I think (but am not 100% sure) that nearly all the cash on the balance sheet is in the holding company (and the bank loan/overdrafts in the operating). As at 30 September that was $9.8m. Annual dividends cost $2.9m a year so in theory they could continue dividend payments for quite a while. However, if the operating company is struggling for foreign currency to fund the capex, then they may decide to use the holding company cash to fund it. Cash has gone up by $1.8m in the quarter so that doesn't seem to be the case so far...
stemis
14/11/2018
11:39
Finally got my dividend from IG - only 3 weeks late
joan of arc
14/11/2018
11:38
Dividends will go next as they preserve their capital investment programme.
joan of arc
09/11/2018
16:39
Just for info: HL paid the CMCL dividends into my accounts on 26th October !
chipperfrd
09/11/2018
13:18
I was aware of that but I talked to my account manager at IG and told him they should give their broker a good kicking. Pretty well every other broker can credit your account on the day of payment so why can't they credit IG's likewise.
joan of arc
09/11/2018
12:49
Joan: It seems that CMCL dividends for IG clients have to go via a broker, who doesn't appear to be in a hurry about passing on other people's money. On checking, I see that the previous quarterly dividend, due on 27 July, was credited only on 6 August—a delay of 10 days.
meanreverter
09/11/2018
11:59
PS I've already alerted them to the CMCL divi which supposedly they are investigating
joan of arc
09/11/2018
11:58
Agreed but their dividend management is abysmal. I also told them that the way they present transactions and statements against your account is poor.
joan of arc
08/11/2018
22:35
Joan of Arc: I'm with IG too, and didn't get the CMCL dividend promised on 26 October. I will be taking it up with them. To be fair to IG, they do answer phone calls promptly, and make an effort to sort out things that have gone wrong.
meanreverter
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