Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centamin LSE:CEY London Ordinary Share JE00B5TT1872 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +0.07% 152.70p 4,752,269 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
152.55p 152.75p 154.90p 151.30p 153.05p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 500.1 165.9 14.3 11.1 1,759.27

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Centamin Daily Update: Centamin is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CEY. The last closing price for Centamin was 152.60p.
Centamin has a 4 week average price of 143.55p and a 12 week average price of 143.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 183.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 130.60p.
There are currently 1,152,107,984 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,687,414 shares. The market capitalisation of Centamin is £1,759,268,891.57.
serabi_mining_srb: Huge RNS from Serabi Mining SRB 15 million USD investment at the current Share Price, to a single investor. Very low valuation considering its level of gold output. Results this month, last November showed a huge jump in cash to over 9.7 million USD. Rerate now undeway, and stock in very short supply. Up almost 30% already....
jfishy55: 540k target beaten but Q3 production wasn't which was disappointing. No figures for FCF so it is difficult to put a finger on what the final dividend will be (announcement due 31st Jan). I have pencilled in these figures for the final: Minimum 1.1c (30% FCF), maximum 9.6c (100% FCF), realistic 6c (70% FCF) I had been hoping CEY would pull something put of the hat to get it higher. Can't complain though, as the lower than last year final has been on the cards for some time (and perhaps explains why JER sold so many & why the share price has been on the decline for recent months). However, this statement is very interesting: "mine plan forecasting a relatively balanced quarterly production profile over the year" It suggests that CEY will have a stable year (no East wall cutbacks etc), as such I would think the 580koz guidance is easily beaten. Current rates of >150koz per Q suggest at least 600koz pa plus another crusher is due to come on line at the end of Q1. This suggests dividend returns will be somewhat higher than 2016 in 2018, which will also drive the share price upward as the yield will increase. Also, I would think the CC will finally be resolved in CEYs favour in 2018. I think the diesel subsidy will be resolved but not in CEYs favour although the management have already factored this in & CEY may still get some sort of a concession. Resolution of the CC allows for further exploration of other prospects near Sukhari. And then there are further results for CdI & BF to look forward to. All of these should drive the share price up in 2018.
pedr2: Hi Phillis, Not sure if I’m missing something here but re your recent post (26469): QUOTE “you need to focus on eps AFTER profit share 5.67c after 3Qs, say 9.08c full year with same again in Q4 Do the sums” Checking the quartely report (in 1st table & detailed in note 11) the EPS after profit share is 3.411 US cents (annualised x4 = 13.6c/10p)? That’s probably why the share price has been weak - the effect of EMRA’s profit share can now be quantified. Still think that CEY is a cracking long term hold (growing resource & exploration potential). I’ve been in CEY since the early days & continue to hold.
flopticalcube: Sometimes it takes a long term prospective on relative prices to see where we are truly headed. Go to and look at CELTF:$HUI over the last 5 years. This is the US$ converted CEY share price vs the Gold Bugs unhedged gold miners index. This doesn't take into account the heavy dividend CEY pays as well (not total return). Will the outperformance continue? I believe it will if CEY manages to produce further growth opportunities. Here is a link to the above chart:
jfishy55: Regards £2 comments: In 2010 CEY reached an all time high of 194p, gold hit an all time high of around $1900 per oz. Since then CEY has started paying dividends & the mine, mill etc have all been progressed according to plan. CEY does seem to have an affinity with the price of gold (which isn't all that surprising really). (rough figures) With a recent high of 180p & gold at $1200 per oz, what will the share price be if gold reaches $1800 per oz? With costs at $600 per oz, profit per ounce increase from $600 per oz to $1200. I.e. It doubles. Should this imply a doubling of the share price? Throw in Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast & exploration in Egypt (once CC has been resolved), how much could that share price be? I suspect that gold will rise this year as a result of Brexit / Trump and other countries in the eurozone. I don't know much about that though so would be interested in any one that does letting us know their thoughts. I'm hopping to have a close above 180p so I can be comfortable there won't be a pull back & then I'm looking a new all time high (195p+). I have a few that I can't sell until April as I've used up my CGT allowance. I'm unsure whether to sell & spend the cash or to bed & ISA though!
trentendboy: What is going on in India is astonishing - gold it flying as cash is made illegal. I can see a short term boost to the price of gold and the CEY share price
chipperfrd: H, It is the USD/EGP that matter in relation to local costs. In March the rate was 7.8 EGP to the USD, it's now 8.88, which infers a c. 12% reduction in local costs over the last 7 months. In terms of the USD to GBP translation of earnings (which 'should' impact the share price on the LSE) the impact as been quite significant over 2016 so far. Average to June was c. GBP0.7 to USD1, it is now 0.8156, a c. 15% decline against the USD. In terms of Gold in USD (in which CEY revenue is defined) there has been an approximate gain of 8% for Q3 over Q2. If you put it all together, cumulatively these are all positive for the CEY share price. Chip
jimbowen30: Shay - i don't think H's target is unrealistic at all. Remember, CEY got to 200p a few years back. My own target is 250p at $1500 gold. Longer term, $2000 could see a share price of over £5 imo but that's a while away. We should have detailed quarterlies soon with AISC numbers. CEY will also issue rised prodcution numbers for the current year. Given that they produced 140,000oz in the last quarter 470,000-500,000oz for this year is far too conservative. It's good that CEY under promise and over deliver. There are also institutional fund managers buying into CEY, so $1400 gold would give the CEY share price a big boost.
chipperfrd: tipjunkie, On 30th October 2012 CEY announced that its concession agreement had been annulled (due to the legal action taken by the gentleman that Siko is posting about!). The CEY share price swung from a high of 100.8p to a low of 35p during the course of that week. To make matters worse, on 13th December 2012, CEY announced that operations had been suspended due to a claim by their fuel supplier (EGPC) for back payment (US$65m) for fuel - in contradiction to an agreement for concessionary prices for the mine. The CEY share price went from a high of 58.4p to a low of 19p during the course of that week and closed at 34.6p. Both cases have subsequently dragged on since that time. Chip
sawadee3: Classic CEY share price behaviour. Chart says it all :-) Happy days chaps :-)
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