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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -0.68% 220.00 102,577 10:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
220.00 221.50 221.50 211.00 211.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 165.18 80.84 35.27 5.6 388
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:35:26 AT 225 220.00 GBX

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Central Asia Metals Daily Update: Central Asia Metals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAML. The last closing price for Central Asia Metals was 221.50p.
Central Asia Metals Plc has a 4 week average price of 211p and a 12 week average price of 211p.
The 1 year high share price is 284.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 189p.
There are currently 176,498,266 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 198,535 shares. The market capitalisation of Central Asia Metals Plc is £390,061,167.86.
zho: $CAML As part of our strategic objective to ensure prudent capital allocation, we were pleased to share we have accelerated deleveraging in the past year, repaying $48.4m in 2021. We expect to achieve full corporate debt repayment within Q3 2022
r9505571: China's $2.3 Trillion Infrastructure Investment Plan On Tuesday China's President Xi Jinping said all-out efforts must be made to spur infrastructure spending. He made the comments at a Central Committee for Financial and Economic Affairs meeting, although the plan was originally announced earlier in the month. China is using infrastructure spending to stimulate economic growth which is under pressure due to Covid-related lockdowns and a slump in the property market. It is hoped that this spending will help the country achieve its goal of 5.5% GDP growth this year. Local governments have been given targets totalling $2.3 trillion to invest in industrial park infrastructures, transportation facilities, and low cost housing, and these will be financed by special bonds. President Xi's remarks helped China's and Hong Kong's stock markets outperform global markets last week. Commodity prices and the shares of commodity-producing companies are closely tied to infrastructure spending in China. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, China's massive investments in infrastructure led to a boom in commodity prices and the share prices of commodity producers as China quickly became the world's largest consumer of iron ore, copper and coal.
garycook: Feel sorry for investors selling at 264.50p,and then the UT 270p. Marketmakers totally taking the mick with CAML share price
garycook: Berenberg cuts Central Asia Metals price target to 310 (320) pence - 'buy' With Copper,Lead and Zinc well up today. CAML down,while other Miners up around 2%.Will never understand this share,very frustrating owning CAML.With Tuesday,s result,s and the dividend increase.Nothing more that management could do any better.Should be at least 250p atm.
garycook: Final Dividend up 50%,from 8p to 12p,and CAML will be debt free by August 2022.Interesting where the share price goes today.Should be well up.Investors will be buying in for the dividend.Now yielding 8.33% at 240p
the_gold_mine: I've kept my holding here unchanged, I haven't seen any indication that Kazakhstan is going to enter into the conflict on behalf of Russia, and as Zho has pointed out the truck export route for the copper can be modified if problems arise with the current routing. I can't see how parallels are getting drawn between Belarus and Kazakhstan, the beef with Belarus was they housed 10s of thousands of Russian troops and were used as a staging point for the invasion - Kazakhstan doesn't look to be close enough to pull a similar stunt. Drawings parallels with other commodities e.g. oil (whilst interesting) does not appear to be fully relevant in this case. I think the recent sell-off is overdone, and am in agreement with spoole5, share buy-backs seem like a no-brainer given CAMLs assets and revenue versus current share price.
masurenguy: Masurenguy 21 Oct '21 - 4747: The location of the Kounrad operation in Kazakhstan is a political risk factor, which does have a bearing on the CAML investment criterion. Masurenguy 28 Oct 21 - 4756: There is a trust issue in all of these former Soviet states - as there are with Chinese based companies - that you're either happy to take or not. I was also invested here but became somewhat nervous after the results in March and sold out @272p in early April. Casholaa 6 Jan '22 - 4853: @Masurenguy, Khazakhstan as a country, is a criminal enterprise, not safe for business unless the natives get to wet their beaks. caiman47 6 Jan '22 - 4854: Kounrad relies on transporting the great majority of its copper production to Turkey (by rail) for sale. Any significant interruption to the transport network will have a direct impact on cashflow. For what it is worth, I have just sold half my holding in CAML. zaphod99 7 Mar '22 - 5023: Geoplitical risk. Kazakhstan closely aligned with Russia. Although none of us previously forsaw the Russian invasion of the Ukraine, and the outlook for copper remains bullish, the inherent geopolitical risks for CAML have been evident here for some time.
mondex: Thank you MT. This indicates clearly why the market is currently hammering the CAML share price & why it is essential for CAML to clearly state that their Cu does NOT go through Russia & is unaffected by the current conflict.
encoma16: Buying in shares for the major companies does nothing for shareholders. RDSB, of which I’ve been a shareholder for many a day, were buying in their shares at £28 not too long ago. Complete madness and did nothing for shareholders. But buying back in at £14.60 makes total sense. Am quite sure their trading company are keeping the share price down at the moment as the price of oil and especially the rising price of gas should indicate a rising share price. But for a smaller company like cash rich CAML it makes perfect sense.
kenmitch: It’s surprising that so many posters don’t understand basic dividend facts. CAML goes ex (the 8p) dividend on Thursday September 30th. Ex dividend day is nearly always on Thursdays. The register is checked to see those entitled to that dividend the following day. i.e Friday October 1st. Also anyone still holding the share on ex dividend day gets the dividend. Anyone buying on ex dividend day does not get the next dividend. And the CAML share price will be marked down 8p on ex dividend day. What happens after 8a.m is guesswork. Sometimes the share price goes on to fall by more than 8p. Sometimes that early ex dividend loss is fully made up by the end of the day.
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