Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd LSE:CGH London Ordinary Share VGG203461055 ORD USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30 -1.06% 28.00 403,820 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
27.00 27.40 28.80 26.80 28.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.06 -13.84 -3.22 192
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:19 UT 8,329 28.00 GBX

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Chaarat Gold Daily Update: Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CGH. The last closing price for Chaarat Gold was 28.30p.
Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd has a 4 week average price of 21.50p and a 12 week average price of 21.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 41p while the 1 year low share price is currently 21p.
There are currently 686,612,153 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 540,434 shares. The market capitalisation of Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd is £192,251,402.84.
burtond1: Surging commodity prices and fears of inflation: What does it mean for small caps?"Demand for a wide basket of commodities is surging as economies reopen"Companies covered include: #CGH #CHF #CEY #CGNR #EEE #GUN #LEX #LND #MNRG #PALM #POW #SHG #SRES
casual47: Chaarat has been trying to get funding for Tulkubash for over a decade. There is a reason why - very risky. Abramovich himself went to Kyrgyzstan to show investors around to try to get a JV partner or buyer for HGM's asset there - he failed. It never went beyond scoping study. Apart from Chaarat there is no other Western company trying to invest in Kyrgyzstan on this scale. The Russian backing for Chaarat has not yet materialised. If it will - at what price? They don't tend to do premiums... Geopolitically things are far from settled (even in Armenia for that matter). The far better option for Chaarat is to just sit this one out and hope the share price holds up, imo. Next year things should be a lot more settled, including with Covid.
2pablo: Larry, don’t think you’re up to speed on this. Chaarat offered to Buy Kumtor in Oct 2018 and Centerra wouldn’t play ball. Artem (our CEO) just confirmed in our recent investor call we are not in the process of reviving any such offer and the whole business of Kumtor is a matter for Centerra and the Krygyz Govt to solve. With the help of our Chairman Martin Andersson our share price has been ‘underwritten’ recently. Where the share price will go in the next few months is anyone’s guess as it is likely we will not complete our financing anytime soon nor will the Kumtor mine management issue be solved.
larryparker: Now I see why, just read chaarats proposal to buy Kumtor, makes perfect sense for all sides, although you understand centerra being a little sceptical to say the least 800m sounds a good price, and alternatives must be getting pretty slim for Centerra. Hopefully should see a steady rise in share price. Must say pretty ambitious from Chaarat.
2pablo: #CGH Excellent discussion of where Chaarat is now and where it’s going and how the dispute between Centerra and the Krygyz Govt is nothing to do with them [...] Here's yesterday's Conf Call. Sounds convincing that Centerra/Kumtor has got nothing to do with us or any other Foreign Investors in the Krygyz. Sufficient current funds to allow us to continue with lots to be getting on with while we await the debt funding which hopefully will not suffer too great a delay.
crapshoot2: We can perhaps look at it this way. Kaplan is probably worth roughly the current share price of 22p. When it comes to Kyrgyzstan, the government have effectively nationalised Kumtor. However this is a large established and profitable mine. We are in a very different position with a loss making property two years away from production, albeit potentially large and valuable. Not much immediate risk surely of confiscation and indeed why should any government do anything to deter the foreign mining companies from continuing to spend to bring mines to production. If they subsequently demand a state shareholding or some other form of taxation, this would be admittedly dilutive and expensive for the company but the current share price surely reflects this risk.
2pablo: See big Martin has got another share waiver and this time for 10m shares. Almost guarantees the share price will rise to 30p or higher in the next month or so
max244: I know Casual intimated his Chaarat retirement, I think he is waiting for the financing to be signed (and potentially a 40p+ share price). Separately, the results and the interview with Artem again reiterated the same timings on financing of first half 2021. Looks like they are delivering across the board: they’ve maintained production at Kapan and made a profit for the first time ever, have raised the 25m+ of fresh equity needed. With less than 3 months until the end of the H1, they must have high confidence on the financing getting done otherwise surely they would be pushing out timing.
burtond1: Three strikes at Gold for Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd" With a market cap of around £200m for @ChaaratG four City Brokers have an average target price that would double that of #CGH "
jc2706: It is interesting to see the comments on here today. It would seem that these are more about the share price than the performance of the company. In my experience these can often become disconnected but they cannot remain so indefinitely. At some point the share price will come to life. The fact remains that Kapan has been progressing since it was bought and will likely be the engine of growth for both the wider company and the share price for the next six months or so. This will be on the back of rising gold and silver prices (but I believe that copper and zinc will also join the party) as well as further performance increases. Don't forget that Kapan produces 20 times as much silver as gold (strangely I have a personal target of the gold to silver price ratio of 20). Thereafter Tulkubash should take up the running with the initial impetus being funding. That should act as the trigger for the market to start focusing on the reality rather than the theory of Tulkubash production.
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