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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Capital Limited LSE:CAPD London Ordinary Share BMG022411000 COMM SHS USD0.0001 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 59.00 58.00 60.00 59.25 58.75 59.00 146,974 08:00:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 86.6 11.0 5.8 10.7 111

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/12/2020
11:58
Okay - thank you
yasrub
10/12/2020
11:41
Not really. Just a founder member wants out. Going to be faced with a substantial Tax bill. But then Bob Dylan has just sold his entire catalogue of songs. A very smart move as record and streaming companies are now stealing from their artists on an unprecedented scale.
earwacks
10/12/2020
10:35
Being a relatively new holding, is there a short explanation to the history of the larger seller or is it complicated?
yasrub
04/12/2020
14:19
IC has an article today on Centamin, I've pasted their conclusion below, but guess who they also rate 'buy' well don't guess you can see it:) ....... Though higher spending and lower production obviously dent the near-term earnings outlook, there are also bright spots. The company will cut costs and has committed to training up locals at Sukari to cut the dependence on expat workers, which will be positive for its government and community relations. It is still debt free and has good options for growth at Sukari and in West Africa. Buy at 123p. We also have a buy rating on Capital, at 61p. https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/shares/2020/12/04/centamin-leadership-promises-dividends-and-discipline/
paleje
04/12/2020
10:50
I guess we don’t know whether it was oversubscribed at the increased placing size. If you want to sell in size, given the current volumes, I suspect it would be easy to get 58p
shanklin
04/12/2020
10:42
if the placing was truly over subscribed then any overhang from a selling insti should be able to be hoovered up surely.....
qs99
04/12/2020
10:38
I added a few more yesterday too, averaging down a little. The new deal is accretive and the placing gives confidence taht there aren't unknowns which haven't yet been announced. Feels far too cheap
adamb1978
04/12/2020
10:01
I added yesterday to mitigate the dilution with the placing. In fact I would have preferred the deal to have been part financed by locking in some profits on the investments resulting in a reduced placing. Although undoubtedly a transformative deal I would be interested to find out about the margins on the load and haul waste stripping contract.
valhamos
04/12/2020
08:37
I have added this morning the underlying business is doing very well with plenty to shoot at, was not overly impressed with the placing price - but it is done and hopefully move upwards from here.
yasrub
04/12/2020
08:08
Welcome aboard Martin - there still appears to be plenty of upside here ! :0)
masurenguy
04/12/2020
06:24
New entry for me yesterday after watching for some time. Share price looks all wrong, particularly after the news from earlier in the week.
hastings
03/12/2020
09:51
Yes, share price feel very underpinned esp with NAV of around 60p (based on the interim figure and adjusted for the placing). The deal yesterday should pay back the placing in just over 12 months so should further support it. Assuming $60m incremental revenue per year @ 40% gross margin = $24m benefit. £30m raised in the placing for capex and general corp purposes - call that $30m for capex with the delta remaining on balance sheet and its a 15 month payback, with revenues beyond that being gravy. Does anyone know why you can't raise lease finance for these assets? Just because of political risk of where they're located? Thanks Adam
adamb1978
03/12/2020
09:28
I guess it depends on how the pre-placing holders have reacted to the news. We know there was at least one big seller in the market. If the majority have been supportive then we just need to clear that known seller. If not, then we're going to be farting about around the placing price even longer and possibly even abit lower if there is real dismay at management's actions here as those holders liquidate. I'm going to add on weakness because there is too much fundamental backing and good news here for this to not go higher (regardless of the short term gyrations) imo. It's just a waiting game now. All imo DYOR
sphere25
03/12/2020
08:35
Any views on whether this will fall back to the placing price? Already have a full position in CAPD but would be tempted to take a slither more if it does
adamb1978
03/12/2020
08:19
"...a big plus is that the additional balance sheet strength will improve our tender pipeline chances of success." Very true
shanklin
03/12/2020
07:53
Agree with all the comments here, clearly very frustrating and “transformational” placings are usually executed at premiums to the share price by their very nature, but its a very compelling price point to add from here when the dust settles and a big plus is that the additional balance sheet strength will improve our tender pipeline chances of success.
rimau1
03/12/2020
07:48
Received just 70k shares in the placing...applied for way more. Happy to see new institutions coming on board hopefully. They are needed to weed out the seller however frustrating it is in the meantime. I think rivaldo's last paragraph will prove spot on.
miti 1000
03/12/2020
07:36
Yes, CAPD appear to be excellent operationally but completely clueless at dealing with important corporate matters massively affecting their share price
shanklin
03/12/2020
07:24
Agreed. The news is terrific - but surely CAPD could have used this opportunity to place the final tranche of CB's shares (and also any from R&M, who were selling recently) rather than issuing further stock to meet the evidently huge demand for those shares given the oversubscription? Onwards and upwards from here anyway given the excellent prospects and outlook. Hopefully this is all designed such that the upcoming year end trading statement will reward the new institutional shareholders for their eagerness to subscribe.
rivaldo
03/12/2020
07:10
No surprise that institutions being given free money were keen on the placing. Given CB's malign influence on the SP, the placing price is farcical. You would have thought CAPD could have made this available to private investors. Despite all this mismanagement of the share price by CAPD, through not buying out CB when they had the cash to do so, the share price should move up from here.... ...once all the chancers who took part in the placing have sold out for a quick buck.
shanklin
02/12/2020
13:30
Danger, That site requires registration and opens all sorts of links (which, for security reasons, is unpalatable). Do you have a link that does not require such registration or a link to a transcript if one exists? Thanks in advance.
yasx
02/12/2020
13:24
We discussed today's announcement in detail on today's scl, including feedback from the Centamin call. Link here: hTTps://discord.gg/4p42eDJbvx It is at the start of the #small-caps-live channel.
dangersimpson2
02/12/2020
11:41
Miti. In true tradition of placings by the time placing is done and dusted you will be able to buy around 58p anyway. I see they did a book build a year ago to get ints to buy 4 million of Burtons shares, maybe they could use some of this placing to finish Burton off
earwacks
02/12/2020
11:32
deanowls - They mention trade finance from Epiroc, so there are some new rigs in the offing. Presumably the similar situation with Sandvik is for stripping equipment.
hpcg
02/12/2020
10:48
Interesting comment from CEY on the RNS they released today, particularly the 2nd paragraph: 'Capital was selected as the preferred contract-miner based on an assessment matrix of cost, speed of implementation, local content and training commitments and ability to execute the contract given the local conditions. Under the terms of the Capital Waste Contract, Capital is utilising mining equipment consistent with Sukari's current fleet. Centamin has the contractual right to purchase the Capital mining equipment at the end of the Capital Waste Contract. This provides a number of synergies in respect of fleet maintenance during the contract term and provides flexibility for Sukari's fleet replacement strategy and life of mine planning.' Also, I wish CB would hurry up and sell out.
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