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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Central Asia Metals Plc LSE:CAML London Ordinary Share GB00B67KBV28 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.40 2.22% 156.40 154.60 157.60 161.60 153.40 159.00 356,285 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 129.5 51.1 22.2 6.7 276

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/6/2020
11:16
While either of the mines closing would be very bad news, the longer they stay open the more risks are mitigated.
shieldbug
03/6/2020
16:25
CEO, Nigel Robinson, will be taking part in @ForumMINEX Europe 2020 panel discuss on the impacts of COVID-19 on mining industry in Europe at 12.30pm. Follow the link to watch live https://youtube.com/watch?v=bujj2EzOxVE&feature=emb_logo https://twitter.com/CamlMetals/status/1268128970681262082
zho
02/6/2020
18:59
I'm a long term holder and supported of CAML, but there was a report form the WHO last week talking about the virus "moving East" (in Europe), and cases in Kazakhstan ARE increasing (but deaths are very low). See https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/kazakhstan/
wassapper
02/6/2020
16:21
Unavailable, lost the link. or eaten by the dog I bet Skept!
geckotheglorious
02/6/2020
15:28
Where are these reports please?
skeptic1
31/5/2020
06:46
I keep reading reports that Covid-19 is still spreading eastwards so Kazakhstan remains under threat. I can see caml staying in a cautionary mode for a while longer, just in case...
divmad
29/5/2020
13:01
Hi Divmad, nothing, I bought into this company due to the dividend, I believe the issue is that the company still has ambitions to create a bigger entity and increase overall production, which is relatively static for the foreseeable.
simplemilltownboy
29/5/2020
12:04
What's wrong with the old fashioned virtues of optimising existing assets, paying down gross debt, and maintaining a progressive dividend policy on the back of solid year on year growth in FCF?
divmad
29/5/2020
11:57
Hi spangleThey have been actively reviewing opportunities for the last 2 or 3 years, there criteria is very strict, so I expect they are already looking, although I'm not expecting any acquisition soon I do think the BoD want another one. In about 18 months time they will be virtually debt free, so I reckon on an acquisition within this timeframe.Regards
simplemilltownboy
29/5/2020
11:40
My impression, as a non-holder but interested, is that everyone pushed the guy to say that he was following up acquisition possibilities, by asking the same question about 3 times, and that he felt he should keep the door open by not saying no, but unless he's an astute poker playing, he wasn't giving many signs that it was high on his list of priorities, especially given the agility he's had to show (like everyone else) in keeping plates spinning during the last quarter
spangle93
29/5/2020
10:09
SimpleMillTownBoy, Hmmm...'last throw of the dice'...sounds like the actions of a Vegas hustler! When they bought Sasa, I was initially dismayed because of all the new debt. But I was wrong and CAML haven't gone on the debt-fuelled aqcuisition spree that I'd feared, they've proved to be cautious in reviewing new opportunities. But these times must be throwing up some great opportunities for stronger companies to take out some of the weaker ones(and that goes for all industry sectors, not just mining). So, like you, I wouldn't be surprised to see some interesting announcements from CAML this year.
harris tweed
29/5/2020
09:36
HT, that was my take away as well. As previously stated, I believe the last divi will be used to pay down debt quicker and the next interim divi will probably be in the region of 6pence, followed by a FY divi, again I'm speculating will be around 6 pence, so by calc is that the yield will be approx 8 percent on today's share price however what do I know. The other take away was the continued hunt for another asset, these could be interesting times given the strength of the balance sheet and the hunger to develop the company further, I got the impression of the last throw of the dice for the BOD before they go into retirement. All speculation on my part. GLA, DYOR.
simplemilltownboy
29/5/2020
09:21
As someone who has come to rely on the CAML dividend, for me the takaway from the Proactive presentation was the continued re-emphasis that: a) The final dividend was cancelled as a precaution in case the mines had to be temporarily shut down, NOT because of low Cu price. b) The policy of paying 30-50% of FCF as a dividend has NOT changed. So I'm cautiously optimistic that CAML's excellent dividends will resume in due course.
harris tweed
28/5/2020
21:08
Caml proactive presentation from tonight hTTps://youtu.be/RWNHn4T93BY
c0lin1
28/5/2020
11:17
Not paying 8p final dividend, which their FCF model permitted, there will be an extra $17 million on the balance sheet, as well as paying down $19.2 million of debt to the end of June. If both mines stay open and they said Q2 was the riskiest, I'd expect the interim to be boosted by the missed final. Laughably cheap!
pughman
28/5/2020
10:17
Skeptic, agreed on no bad option, very tempted to top up again at this price. Copper and zinc looking like demand will pick up for both commodities. My assumption is that they will pay down debt and keep the divi payment at 40 percent FCF at the interims
simplemilltownboy
28/5/2020
10:07
I think they'll pay down debt instead. No information suggests that the covid pandemic has impacted them so they'd be in a position to pay it, if they felt strongly enough. Neither option is 'bad' imo.
skeptic1
28/5/2020
09:40
Anyone got thoughts on the dividend, the full year results said o Decision to be revisited pending greater clarity on the impact of the pandemic, given the the world is coming out of lock down, wondering whether the company will boost the next divi or pay off debt quicker. Price of copper looks to have bottomed so onwards and upwards. GLA
simplemilltownboy
26/5/2020
14:37
Tempted more than a bit here
edjge2
24/5/2020
15:44
The Stockopedia report and recording from our webinar with Central Asia Metals (CAML), 14 May 2020 is available here: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/seminar/sharesoc-webinar-with-central-asia-metals-caml-14-may-2020/
sharesoc
22/5/2020
21:13
Yep...the divi would good....even if it was partial.
11_percent
22/5/2020
20:13
I recently topped up at 130, can't believe the share price at the mo, very tempted to buy more as I can see this heading towards 200p again. Good luck on your buy and hope the divi gets reinstated.
simplemilltownboy
20/5/2020
23:13
Bought a few.....new for me....ride the copper price back up.
11_percent
18/5/2020
19:44
Cheers Melton Thought I'd missed some revolutionary tech.
loafingchard
18/5/2020
19:20
You won't be the only one with a high average! I'm comfortable with that and don't feel worried, except for the opportunity cost of waiting for this to return to its highs.
skeptic1
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