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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 242.50 392,722 16:35:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
241.50 243.00 247.00 238.50 246.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 117.12 43.74 18.10 13.5 428
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:05 UT 44,397 242.50 GBX

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28/10/2021
09:20
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 242.50p.
Central Asia Metals Plc has a 4 week average price of 213.50p and a 12 week average price of 213.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 298p while the 1 year low share price is currently 162.20p.
There are currently 176,498,266 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 496,702 shares. The market capitalisation of Central Asia Metals Plc is £428,008,295.05.
21/10/2021
11:40
pughman: All CAML's metal prices for H2 are to date well up on H1. Lower finance costs, reduced treatment charges and no tailings accident costs to cover will add about $6 million FCF compared to H2 2020. On the downside, they've provided $4.85 million to cover their hedging losses, which might be a bit short. The share price is ridiculous.
17/10/2021
11:09
sporazene2: Recently picked up a small position here. Found it quite strange that the share price is below the 200 day MA, given the copper and zinc prices. Outlook for prices also seems strong(esp copper given inventory situation) and CAML posting a strong operating margin. Good chance of a move to 300p IMO.
01/10/2021
18:47
hpcg: frazboy - I'm generally much shorter copper itself, though not at this exact moment. Overlay CAML and ANTO on a 1 year basis and they are near enough identical. However at times of dislocation CAML significantly under-performs ANTO and ANTO recovers much faster. I don't think this is that unexpected behaviour for a small cap. So of the two CAML is a better choice. RIO is a closer match but even CAMLs dividend is blown away by the former. I was short RIO as the iron ore price declined and leading into the dividend. Copper has rebounded today but IMO this just sets up another decent shorting opportunity.
30/9/2021
11:40
garycook: ROTA,Wrong XD today.You would have needed to buy CAML before 4.30pm yesterday to qualify for the 8p dividend.Central Asia Metals Price 229p Dividend 8p Divi Impact 3.49% XD Date 30-Sep Payment Date 22-Oct.The share price is down 8p today,because of going XD.
17/9/2021
13:45
pol123: CAML should also be able to maintain a big divi with metal prices being substantially lower than they are todays If you did the feedback questionnaire after the presentation, one of the questions was do you think CAML is undervalued. Read into that what you will, no deal in sight a limited buyback could work out. Enhance EPS and give higher share price for future deal etc etc
16/9/2021
21:50
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.
15/9/2021
19:29
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.
15/9/2021
07:11
garycook: Got the Dividend spot on at 8p. Central Asia Metals plc (AIM: CAML) is pleased to announce its unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2021 ('H1 2021' or the 'period'). H1 2021 financial summary -- Increased dividend and additional debt repayments o H1 2021 dividend of eight pence per share (H1 2020: six pence), representing 40% of Group free cash flow 1 ('FCF') o Post period end early repayment of $10 million of corporate debt facility -- Strong financial performance driven by robust commodity prices o Group gross revenue 1 of $106.3 million (H1 2020: $75.4 million) and Group net revenue of $100.8 million (H1 2020: $70.8 million) o Group EBITDA 1 of $64.4 million (H1 2020: $42.5 million) and EBITDA margin 1 of 61% (H1 2020: 56%) o Group FCF of $48.9 million (H1 2020: $21.2 million) -- Strengthening balance sheet o Cash in the bank as at 30 June 2021 of $54.3 million 2 (31 December 2020: $47.9 million 2 ) o Group net debt 1 as at 30 June 2021 of $10.1 million (31 December 2020: $36.2 million) o Debt repayments of $19.9 million (H1 2020: $19.2 million) H1 2021 operational summary -- Kounrad copper production of 6,214 tonnes (H1 2020: 6,607 tonnes) o Copper sales of 6,241 tonnes (H1 2020: 6,600 tonnes) -- Sasa zinc in concentrate production of 11,292 tonnes (H1 2020: 12,203 tonnes) o Payable zinc sales of 9,419 tonnes (H1 2020: 10,273 tonnes) -- Sasa lead in concentrate production of 13,807 tonnes (H1 2020: 15,140 tonnes) o Payable lead sales of 13,160 tonnes (H1 2020: 14,445 tonnes) -- River Remediation Project completed at Sasa -- Three Group lost time injuries ('LTIs'), Group lost time injury frequency rate ('LTIFR') of 2.50 Outlook -- CAML climate change strategy work underway o Sasa to be powered by renewable energy following post period end agreement to purchase solely renewable power from North Macedonian power provider, EVN, reducing Group greenhouse gas ('GHG') emissions by approximately 35% on an annualised basis -- Sasa Cut and Fill Project on track and on budget for commissioning in Q4 2022 -- On course to achieve upper end of 2021 Kounrad production guidance and lower end of Sasa production guidance 1 See Financial Review section for definition of non-IFRS alternative performance measures 2 The cash balance figure disclosed includes restricted cash This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of EU Regulation 596/2014, as retained in the UK pursuant to S3 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018. Nigel Robinson, Chief Executive Officer, commented: "I am pleased to report an excellent set of financial results for the first half of 2021, with EBITDA up 51% and FCF up 131% period on period, driven by strong commodity prices. This positive performance over the past six months means we are able to declare a dividend of eight pence per share. This dividend, and the $10 million in accelerated debt repayments, which takes us closer to the debt free milestone, demonstrates our continued focus on delivering value for our shareholders, as well as our wider stakeholders. "We have advanced our Cut and Fill Project since the start of the year, which is on track and on budget for commissioning in the last quarter of next year. During the period, development of the new Central Decline has commenced, all major components for the Paste Backfill Plant were ordered and plans for the Dry Stack Tailings part of the project are also advancing. "As part of our commitment to sustainability, we have been assessing opportunities to reduce our GHG emissions, with several workstreams underway, and we recently secured solely renewable power for our Sasa operations from H2 2021 onwards. Having completed a scoping study for the Kounrad solar plant last year, we are currently in the process of upgrading this to a full feasibility study, which will offer a clearer view on the most effective way of reducing our GHG emissions at the project. "Over the past six months, our commitment to support our local communities continued and I am particularly proud of the recent completion of the Youth Park along the banks of the river close to Sasa in Makedonska Kamenica, a place that I am sure will be enjoyed for many years to come. "The outlook for the remainder of 2021 is positive for CAML, with strong demand for the metals that we produce, and we are on track to meet our output guidance from Sasa and Kounrad."
24/8/2021
12:50
pughman: I think today's muted share price is partly a legacy of the SASA acquisition which has disappointed in terms of earnings and dividend growth. The share price reached its all time high on the back of those expectations, that to date have not materialized. Still, today the business is net cash positive, has a diversified metals portfolio, is throwing off oodles of cash and on a prospective yield of 7%. I expect a minimum 7 pence dividend, which is 21 pence over 10 months with prospects for that to significantly jump.
12/7/2021
14:42
zho: In our view, CAML is on track for record earnings performance in 2021F. However, the share price is broadly flat YTD and currently the market, in our view, is too focused on modest output changes rather than the overriding driver of rising commodity prices. CAML currently trades at a 9% discount to peers on an EV/EBITDA basis. We reiterate our Buy recommendation and target price of 325p which implies 33% upside and 39% on a total return basis. https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/954735/vsa-capital-market-movers---central-asia-metals-954735.html
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