Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Condor Gold Plc LSE:CNR London Ordinary Share GB00B8225591 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 17.75p 25,841 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.50p 18.00p 17.75p 17.75p 17.75p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -2.30 -3.49 13.2

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Condor Gold Daily Update: Condor Gold Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CNR. The last closing price for Condor Gold was 17.75p.
Condor Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 17.75p and a 12 week average price of 17.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 47.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 17.25p.
There are currently 74,471,002 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 68,598 shares. The market capitalisation of Condor Gold Plc is £13,218,602.86.
dexdringle: Well, that RNS did wonders for the share price..... You can only razzle dazzle folks for a certain amount of time before they 'catch wise' ??
au24: A very happy Christmas Mark and team,along with CNR share holders one and all.May all of our dreams come to pass next year.Here's hoping.
888icb: The Master Investor Show presentation was very positive and gives the distinct impression that the mining permits are only weeks away. Mark Child indicates that the lack of permits is responsible for the current share price and there should be a serious rerate once the permits are issued. He also says that the share valuation currently applied in London would be 4x higher on the usual valuations that would apply in other markets such as Canada. On that basis we should currently be trading at 180p to 200p instead of 45p! It should not be long before Condor’s shares are valued in £’s as they have been before rather than the current pennies.
sir andrew ffoulkes: Mark wants this shared: Shareholders, Last night I gave a presentation which was not recorded. This was a public forum of around 100 people at a Proactive Investor evening. Attached is the powerpoint presentation. My comments below are a repeat of comments I made during the presentation, are therefore in the public domain and I wish to share with other shareholders. Slide 9, is a new slide. It shows the main resource of 1.3M oz gold at 3.5g/t gold including the open pit resource of 904,000 oz gold and reserve of 675,000 oz gold at 3.0g/t gold. The point I made is that there is no village on the photo. The village of 330 houses or 1,000 people is off to the far left of the photo. The village is not located in the middle of an open pit it is outside the pit. Slide 8. Permitting. As everyone knows the 18 month delay on permits is due to the resettlement. The delay has had a very negative impact on the share price. The Government has dithered over permitting a mine which involves resettlement yet repeatedly said they will permit the mine. I made the point that no stone is being left unturned to obtained permits. Quote: "I have not been twiddling my thumbs waiting for permits, which the Government has said they will issue. I have assessed options of progressing with the construction and operation of a mine without resettlement." It is technically feasible and economically viable to progress the mine without resettlement with an open pit approximately the same size as the PFS pit which has an economic reserve of 675,000 oz gold at 3.0g/t gold, with production of circa 80k oz gold per annum. This was a reply given to the moderator. Note that the reserve pit contains inferred material which is excluded. In other words, the recovered gold to the ROM pad is over 700,000 oz gold. We are studying how fast this can be mined. We are permitting 35% of the gold which can easily add 1M oz gold. We was to mine the starter pit quickly as there is so much gold that can be added laster to a mine plan. Slide 16, the target is to expand to 3M oz gold in the core area. I commented this would be 2M oz recovery gold over the life of mine or approximately 200,000 oz gold per annum production. I met the following people in Nicaragua last week, more senior people than during the previous 18 months Minster Mansell, the Minster of Energy and Mines President’s son Director General Department of Mines Director of Inward Investment Agency Governor of Department of Leon (the mine is in his department) Local Mayor Local Priest Head of Chamber of Mines Why? Because significant progress has been made on permitting the mine. The mine will get permitted and there is a clear path to a substantial 200k oz gold producer.
marketeer4: I for one am hopeful that it will translate into a lift in the share price on AIM as on the TSX yesterday it opened at 1.10 with the highest paid at 1.75. That is some interest in my book.
steeplejack: Hopefully,the Canadian listing should be share price helpful but I don't see exactly why.Back in 2014,Bacanora (BCN)listed on the AIM market stating that unlike the Canadian market (where it had an existing quote)AIM knew how to value junior explorers.Here we have the reverse!Bacanora maintains its Canadian listing to this day,like Condor intends to do.It's probably fair to assume that Mr Child has identified Canada as the best place to raise finance.
redart23: Searching the internet for protests against gold mining in the La India region brings a number of results describing what is happening in Nicaragua. Worryingly for shareholders is that many credible organisations are supporting the local communities in their dispute against Condor Gold taking an ethical stance against exploitation by outside corporations. Although it seems that CG is now trying to 'win hearts and minds', since first trying very spurious legal action against individuals, none of this is being shared by the CG management, including Jim Mellon who recently recommended CG in Master Investor magazine. This significant issue for shareholders has been ongoing throughout the summer and which may have been responsible for the drop in the share price. Do shareholders have a case against CG management for non-disclosure, particularly as is likely, the situation continues to be unresolved and without a word to shareholders?
888icb: This share is held by some big players such as Mellon,Beatty IFC, Oracle, Canacord and Mark Child. They hold 40%. I suspect there are a considerable number of long term PI’s as well who are in until the end game. The drift down in the share price is nothing we haven’t seen before although it is of course irritating! It is however of no real consequence as the price when Condor is sold will be many multiples of today’s price. This Rerating could happen at any time and if you are out you will miss those multiples. I am looking for £3+ but it should be much higher.
888icb: Psolomons Thank you for setting out Condors current position and the share price going forward once the permits are granted. The permits shouldn't be far away now and so the current share price is far too low. I can only assume the blatant deramping by corri is to try and keep the share price low while he buys some prior to the permits being issued. I expect this to move very quickly to £2 when the permits are issued followed by a sale which should achieve a price to the higher end of the range you have indicated. £5 is only a market cap of £300 million and the gold price is doing quite well at the moment. I have great confidence that the current major shareholders are in this to make a big return.
psolomons: corrientes, you clearly have some knowledge of the way south/central American countries operate but your maths is way off. I agree that the permits are vital but when they are granted Condor will have a hugely valuable asset. 3+ million ounces of gold and permission to mine it. To suggest that won't move the share price is ridiculous. Estimates vary from £2.50 to £5 a share. Some of the biggest investors in mining are on board who carried out due diligence before committing their money. La India is almost certainly a gold district with upto 10 million ounces of gold, that would be worth perhaps double the estimates. The current share price values the company at just over £30M, to suggest that's its value after permits is blatant de-ramping.
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