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
  -6.00 -2.41% 243.00 607,157 16:35:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
241.50 243.50 250.00 239.00 249.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 129.50 51.12 22.16 11.3 429
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:11:12 O 8,390 241.741 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 249p.
Central Asia Metals Plc has a 4 week average price of 220p and a 12 week average price of 162.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 279p while the 1 year low share price is currently 100.20p.
There are currently 176,498,266 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 785,747 shares. The market capitalisation of Central Asia Metals Plc is £428,890,786.38.
donald pond: From sportsbilly on another thread: Extract from share price Angel morning note as Copper hits $8,000/t Miners set to benefit from sustained period of high copper prices • Producing and near-producing copper miners are poised to benefit from the recent copper price surge, with LME prices up 38% so far this year and trending upwards. • Vast stimulus measures in response to Covid-19 related shutdowns has seen the US dollar slump to multi-year lows, making dollar-denominated assets such as base metals on the LME relatively cheaper. • The unprecedented levels of government spending are positive for companies involved in infrastructure, who are going to require enormous amounts of raw materials. • The ‘green tinted’ nature of the planned infrastructure boom by environmentally-conscious governments will result in more copper, nickel and vanadium amongst other metals being demanded to fulfil state-financed projects. • The bottleneck in supply has mining companies scrambling to prepare themselves to make up the supply shortfall, which in the short and medium term is expected to lead to elevated prices. • Mine workers in Chile seem to have cottoned on to the incoming supply deficit, and are demanding higher levels of compensation which has led to strikes at various operations.
eagleblue1: Hope this doesn't come across negative as I'm a happy LTH and will continue to be so for a while yet - recent share price rise is very welcome. But - unless CAML add an acquisition I can't see this pushing back to previous all time highs. Growth in copper price is very welcome for the dividend, but conversely it also makes buying a new copper resource more expensive. It's understandable if institutions don't invest given, at the moment, CAML will run out of mines within twenty years. Here's hoping for a new buy in the next year or two - doesn't have to be copper in my mind.
longterm95: hxxps:// - Article also backs up the fact that our share price is considerably low and plenty of room for growth
joey wilson: Central Asia Metals (AIM:CAML)#Central Asia Metals (AIM:CAML) has announced an interim dividend of 6p/sh. for H1 2020. This follows the news that Sasa had reliably resumed production at the full run rate whilst costs of the remedial work including the environmental clean up are firmly expected to be below the earlier guidance of US$1.5m. As we previously highlighted CAML's low cost base has meant that despite the impact of weaker commodity prices on H1 2020 performance the company has continued to generate positive free cash flow whilst with metal prices up strongly from March 2020 lows the outlook has strengthened.Indeed, we upgraded our earnings estimates after the Q3 operations update owing to an increase in copper output guidance to up to 14kt while despite the disruption at Sasa, guidance there was unchanged. We now anticipate 2020F EBITDA of US$83m. However, our dividend estimate for the full year of 6.5p/sh. in line with 2019 now appears conservative since we had assumed a payout at the bottom of the policy range of 30-50% of FCF. In 2017 and 2018 when CAML paid a respective full year dividend of 16.5p/sh. and 14.5p/sh. this implied a payout ratio of over 40% in each case and with a stronger metal price outlook we anticipate that this confidence will feed into upcoming decisions on dividends.The case for commodities exposure has not, in our view, been dented by the latest vaccine announcements. The unprecedented increases in infrastructure spending in China and the rest of the world implemented as stimulus as response to the economic impact of lockdowns will take years to be borne out in terms of mined volumes and commodity demand and indicators such as Chinese copper imports which this month surpassed the 2019 total in just ten months is but an early indicator of the positive impact on demand. CAML remains a top pick, in our view, for exposure to this trend and today's announcement restores certainty over a key pillar of the company's investment case.We reiterate our Buy recommendation and 242p/sh. target price.  
warranty: Hpcg, I accept what you mean about the divi already being priced in and that in normal times the share price would drop the 6p on xd day but occasionally, if other things are in the companies favour on the day, the shares can sometimes not fall at all or even rise. With the Copper price remaining strong that could happen with CAML and in fact there is still time for the share price to increase anyway before then. Let’s just hope so!
garycook: CAML,Needs to comvert to the UK Main market.AIM is rubbish look what happened with Highland Gold(HGM).Also I had GVC when they were on AIM,and look at them now ! I have sent this email to CAML. Dear Louise,Thank you for getting back to me.CAML Dividend now reinstated.Could you notify the BOD that would it be possible to leave AIM,and place on the UK Main market.The reason for this is that fellow CAML shareholders are complaining about the Market makers on AIM manipulated the CAML share price,especially at the end of the day trading,also the ridiculous Share price spread,s..I am also a holder of GVC shares,who were once on AIM,and look at them now FTSE 100.Thanks in advance,and best regards Gary James Cook.
mount teide: Kounrad 'Copper sales during Q3 2020 were 3,988 tonnes, bringing the total for the first nine months of the year to 10,588 tonnes.' 3,412 tonnes in Q4 will deliver 14,000 tonnes for the year, and 7,400t for H2/2020. 38% of Copper sales year to date were made in Q3 with Copper averaging circa $2.96/lb - during H1/2020 copper averaged circa $2.47. 7,400t at a $0.49c premium to the H1/2020 average copper price will generate an additional $8m of operating revenue for Kounrad in H2 over H1, and likely increase the operating margin from 73% up to close to 80% for H2. Predictably, the shorter's algo's push the price down on a very strong day for the copper price, while copper heavyweight Antofagasta's share price moves in line with strong upward copper price trend. We should not rule out the possibility the shorter's share price suppression activity could be linked to a company engaged in putting together an opportunistic offer for CAML.
mount teide: In a thin volume market the hedge funds that are short 4.4 million shares will know that with the downside risk of a second wave Covid-19 hanging over the general stockmarket, throwing extra resources at frustrating any material increase in the share price on re-instatement of the dividend (as they did after news of the intention to re-instate the dividend) will probably reap a rich short term reward, in terms of frustrating existing holders and in particular short term momentum traders into selling up and moving on. We and THEY know very well with copper, zinc and lead prices now mostly well back above the three year average price immediately preceding when CAML bought SASA, their short positions are no longer sustainable considering the current huge cash flow generation, so they have a small and closing window of opportunity left to exit, provided the volume remains modest, by frustrating any share price increase on re-instatement of the dividend. I fully expect them to follow that course of action provided they are not overwhelmed by buying volume.
11_percent: From what I an gather, this type of action is called Time price averaging...or something similar. A Hedge Fund will identify a share which they think is going to up or down over time. It needs to be over 6 months. They then set their algos to buy and sell shares, with the aim of making monet over a particular time frame, 1 day, 2 day, etc. And so it goes on. ==== On the particular case you talk about above, the share should be going up, they hold it by a few small "sells".....and then buy a large (comparitivly) number....and it goes up. This is a bit simplistic. But basically, if you know the share price is going up, you can buy and sell, and make a profit on your average price. The Hedge Funds paid a packet to develope these algos.....but it interesting to note that they will soon be availble to everyone. On the plus side, whoever is operating the algo, thinks the share price is going up. One of the biggest of these scamms I saw was SXX......on the fall, from over 30p to 2p. It also happened recently with HGM, before the takeover.
mount teide: Copper, Zinc and Lead - Historic Average Pricing Copper $4,363/t - $1.98/lb - 2016 Commodity Cycle Low $4,871/t - $2.21/lb - 2016 Average Price $6,193/t - $2.81/lb - 2017 Average Price $6,259/t - $2.84/lb - 2018 Average Price $5,994/t - $2.72/lb - 2019 Average Price $5,532/t - $2.51/lb - H1/2020 Average Price $6,589/t - $2.99/lb - H2/2020 Average Price to date £5,884/t - $2.67/lb - 2020 Average Price to date $9,918/t - $4.50/lb - Peak price of last commodity cycle(2010) - inflation unadjusted If Copper averages around the current spot price in Q4/2020, the average price for the year will be circa $2.75/lb - higher than 2019 and only marginally below the recent peak years of 2017/18. Despite the collapse in Copper pricing during the Q2/2020 onset on the Covid-19 pandemic, the strong price recovery since has lifted the average price to $2.67/lb for 2020, some 2.5% above its 5 year average price. Since Q2/2020 Lead and Zinc price recovery, although strong, is lagging that of Copper, with average prices in 2020 now up to circa 5.5% and 3.5% below their respective 5 year average prices. Copper is currently 16% above its 5 year average price, while Zinc has regained parity and lead at 2% below. AIMHO/DYOR
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