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
  0.00 0.0% 37.40 85,328 14:57:57
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
37.40 38.00 37.60 37.40 37.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -13.36 -3.54 156
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:57:57 AT 13,614 37.40 GBX

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17/10/2019
09:20
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 37.40p.
Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd has a 4 week average price of 31.40p and a 12 week average price of 26.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 18.50p.
There are currently 418,229,154 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 159,152 shares. The market capitalisation of Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd is £156,417,703.60.
26/9/2019
19:14
casual47: "China Nonferrous Gold said it is considering making other acquisitions in central Asia's Tian Shan gold belt" Chaarat's strategy seems to be replicated by others: China Gold Tajik project turns profit, hints at expansion hTTps://www.mining-journal.com/gold-and-silver-news/news/1372375/china-gold-tajik-project-turns-profit-hints-at-expansion The company produced 15,557oz of gold ingots in the first half of 2019, earning an operating profit of US$278,000 on the back of sales revenue of $27.87 million with an average sales price of $1,333.1oz/t. This represents a start towards recovering the loss of $3.36 million incurred in the same period the previous year, before the mine opened. As of June, the company's net liability position was $1.363 million, which it said was due to the expenses in setting up the project, but it also said it expected sales would soon alleviate this, given the mine is now producing. The Chinese company is the first foreign company to own a 100% stake in a mine in Tajikistan, a Persian-speaking central Asian republic located within the Tian Shan gold belt, which extends into China to the east and Uzbekistan to the west. The defined resource at Pakrut is 4.8moz. The company's chief executive Yu Lixia also hinted the company might expand its operations in the region in the future. "The group has long been dedicated to becoming a significant gold producer in central Asia and participating in [China's] belt and road initiative," said Lixia. "The group has also established a strong relationship with the government of Tajikistan and other central Asian countries and the directors believe the company is well positioned to make acquisitions of more gold resources and gold mines in the future, so as to create greater benefits for our shareholders in the future." China Nonferrous Gold extracted 300,300t of ore from Pakrut and processed 11,480t of concentrate at its processing plant in the first half of 2019. The recovery rate from smelting was 88.8%. Lixia said the mine is now on target to achieve its production target of 660,000t of ore. The company is also discussing a broader refinancing package to help repay its loans, including the $20 million it drew down in January from its loan with China Construction Bank Corporation Macau branch. The company's major shareholder is CNMC. Central Asia has also received attention from other mining companies in recent times, including Russian miner Chaarat, which has an operating gold mine in Armenia and two gold exploration projects in Kyrgyzstan. China Nonferrous Gold (AIM: CNG) shares were trading at 16.6p on Wednesday, up from 2.6p in May and 4p a year ago. If company can sustain its upward trajectory, it could be poised to regain much of the share price value it lost since 2017, when it was worth 27p.
19/9/2019
09:11
jc2706: You would have thought that those contributors who continually moaned about the share price falling would be delightedly contributing about the share price rise recently.
16/9/2019
19:47
oli12: We have just closed a transformational deal with Ciftay - the benefit of being able to demonstrate a share price in the ascendancy to prospective investors is crucial. We have all seen the videos - Artem is a great salesman and his vision for Chaarat is BIG, being able to demonstrate some upward movement in the share price in the last year would be welcome even if it is Martin propping us up. I’ve said it before and I will say it again - change the name of the company - Chaarat is associated with too much negativity.
13/9/2019
12:53
jc2706: As I said, his only performance criterion is short term share price appreciation. On that basis CEY is performing appallingly and why aren't the BoD's doing something about it? (Despite the fact that it is because Blackrock are reducing). And where has anyone been jumping up and down shouting how great the share price performance has been?
13/9/2019
09:59
jc2706: casual47, Juju44 purely judges whether something is good or bad based on the immediate reaction of the share price. Ergo, this statement is 'weak' as the share price has not shot up.
10/7/2019
10:53
jc2706: I suspect that you are right. All indications are that our Chairman wishes to restrict dilution by keeping the share price around the 30p mark or higher. Anything that threatens that seems to stimulate his buying. The net result is that we have a reasonably stable share price rather than one that provides opportunities to trade.
09/7/2019
09:13
jc2706: Investment is for the long term and if you are constantly looking for short term gain then you will find your investment pot rapidly disappearing. Share prices frequently don't react to things that would seem an obvious positive and then react to nothing whatsoever. This is because they are driven by sentiment and that can involve a whole host of factors that may have nothing to do with the company. It is shareholders that directly drive the share price not the company (although our Chairman has done a lot of that over the years as well). If the company is doing everything right and yet the shareholders do not reward this activity, who is to blame for the performance of the share price?
09/7/2019
08:55
juju44: I was talking about the share price . Maybe you consider it to have made progress too. As far as I am concerned ite the share price that matters . If all their actions create no value they are irrelevant
02/7/2019
08:25
jc2706: Juju44, You make the same comments on this and other shares all the time. The company is doing the right thing. Why not direct your opprobrium at the private investors rather than the executives as they are the ones responsible for the short term movements of the share price. In the meantime, why not make a meaningful contribution to the discussion about the company rather than the share price?
09/6/2019
10:33
jc2706: I am not quite sure why there is so much concern about the share price. It is up 25% over the last 3 months and 500% over 3 years. In terms of why the share price is not progressing even further, there are a few. We haven't posted any production figures for Kapan yet. As pointed out, the mine life for Tulkubash is not ideal for funding the mine (although I expect this to be achieved) production from which has been delayed. Kyrgyzstan is not top of the list of investment destinations The market cap is higher than, for example, AAZ and the EV quite a bit higher despite the latter posting significant profits and paying a dividend. As such, it is high for a lot of PIs who prefer to 'invest' in microcaps and not appropriate for a lot of institutions. To put this in perspective, I am not negative about CGH's prospects. I believe that once figures from Kapan are produced for a few quarters and Tulkubash comes on stream, this will be worth a lot more than AAZ. Pay dividends and that will add to it. Do more deals, etc. So there are a lot of potential drivers but currently there is a drag as some take profits whilst the Labro supportive buying has dried up. I confess, unlike casual47 I think that there is some extraordinary value in some gold shares on AIM. But the one thing they share is high risk.
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