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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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.25 0.81% 31.25 31.00 31.50 31.75 31.25 31.50 632,470 10:20:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.3 -1.2 - 46

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10/5/2021
23:33
I think you are correct to think that proving 5 million ounces will make bids even more likely than they are now. Do we know that Ross Beatty is selling his holding. He notified a reduction from 5% to 4.61% in February but nothing since and he would have to notify if he went below 4%.
888icb
10/5/2021
20:31
Let's not get ahead of ourselves, I'm aiming conservatively with 500,000oz. I would be chuffed with 750,000oz considering it's only a 5000m programme. I thought when it comes to drilling for a new resource update they will only announce once all the drilling is done rather than giving a snippet. Can anyone expand on this?
sherwood58
10/5/2021
20:08
We should be a week or two away from hearing about Cacao and whether the below can be confirmed. They were halfway through about a week ago (circa 2500m done). Excited to see what the initial drill results tell us. If it is indeed 1 or 2 mill au and fully preserved close to La India, our value to others becomes significantly higher.'The next phase of approximately 5,000 m of drilling will test the interpretation that Cacao is a major concealed gold deposit.'
aleoap
10/5/2021
14:58
If we look at one year ago CNR spiked to over 60p at the beginning of May on permit news before falling back to 40p and having the £6.6 million placing. If you then look at the gold price of 1700 at the start of May rising to 2100 at the start of August the share price of CNR rose with it and peaked close to 60p as gold peaked. So there is some evidence that a rising tide can float all boats. Personally I would like rising gold to attract some bids either for the whole company or for a major stake from a large miner who can accelerate the time to production. Rio and First Majestic being obvious candidates for either route.
888icb
10/5/2021
14:48
Hmm, I guess the tide is not only lifting all boats, but also pushing said boats forward a bit faster. Taking into account the turn of the tech era into the stagflation era, gold is only about to start. I guess gold will not climb as exponential as tech or crypto, but we will probably see more of a steady climb.
oldiegoldie
10/5/2021
14:29
AS the price of gold hits 1840 levels with predictions to head north of $2k again as inflation continues to rear its ugly head.. whats everyones thoughts on the CNR timeline to production? Are they going to miss the boat with 2 years (optimistically) till 1st gold pour? Or will a rising tide simply float all ships? regards, T2020
tester2020
10/5/2021
12:06
A couple of buys just gone through at full ask of 48p as the volume reaches 150000 from 17 trades. In the background gold continues to rise and currently is 1841.50. Some news please this week so you will have something new to say at the next presentation.
888icb
08/5/2021
18:37
Also today: io Tinto is facing an escalation of its problems in Mongolia, where the government has threatened to halt development of its huge underground copper deposit
sirmoori
07/5/2021
16:36
Economist piece today. Concluding paragraph: „at brings us to the wider lesson. The view of central bankers is that today's supply shortages are likely to be temporary and inflation will prove transient. Recent history is on their side. Supply shocks have generally washed out of inflation quickly. If this time proves to be different, it will be because of a peculiar clash. Habits of capital discipline formed in the previous, slow-growth business cycle are not obviously well suited to an economy running hot. As the cycle unfolds, copper prices will signify just how smoothly supply is responding to demand. Dr Copper's most important diagnosis may yet lie ahead"
sirmoori
07/5/2021
14:38
book5 - I accept that you may be correct. I have the patience to allow the situation to play out - ten years' worth of patience and counting, actually :-)
ajinvesting
07/5/2021
13:52
AJ I trust them If I would not trust them I would do the same as u. Imho we are played by the goverment
book5
07/5/2021
12:24
book5 - Mark Child and other members of the Board of CNR have a lot of skin in this game, so we should trust them to know what they are doing and that they are acting in the best interests of shareholders. If the day comes when I lose that trust, I shall sell immediately.
ajinvesting
07/5/2021
12:11
finally my reasoning finds a larger audience: hTTPs://youtu.be/N6pnVXZEY3o that describes exacty my rationale why I am investing in gold, ans especially in gold explorers/miners in development countries. Imagine how rich Nicaragua could get once the rerating of gold is happening
oldiegoldie
07/5/2021
11:53
:) My bet is the market is concerned, and an extension will lift the share price We need it as the elections are in November very happy to be proven wrong
book5
07/5/2021
11:52
For those who aren't aware of this, this is a good video. hxxps://naturalresourcesforum.com/companies/nicaragua/
sherwood58
07/5/2021
11:48
Book, it seems to me you are overthinking things. Just leave it to the company. Mark has stated he has had direct discussions with the ministry of energy and mines. It'll be sorted when it needs to be sorted.
sherwood58
07/5/2021
11:30
There are not negotiations, miners dont seem to care if they do not sell. We cant mine la India without their land. IMHO we are getting more resources to offer the miners what they want: La Mestiza (or part of it) or similar land. Government is very quiet, and this concerns me bcs I dont really know why they are quiet...no explanation is given to us, it is for the elections, it is for governance (we cant bribe them and they are expecting it), or it is bcs they want the mine for themselves? Having an extension to our permit would remove my most darkest concern.
book5
07/5/2021
11:08
888ICB - Agree fully
ajinvesting
07/5/2021
11:04
If what you say is accurate and there is a selling price from the miners to CNR then Mark knows he can resolve the land issue simply by paying their price. The current position is Mark doesn’t agree with their price. As he doesn’t actually need the land at the moment he is continuing to negotiate a more reasonable price. I don’t know why people on this board keep going on about the land issue which is not helping the negotiations by providing ammunition to the sellers. Mark is not concerned and nor should shareholder’s. Mark has more to lose than any of us. Let him do his job without continual pointless moaning.
888icb
07/5/2021
07:59
Goverment is afraid of lossing the elections, and may actualy loose them. In which case We will need an orderly transition
book5
07/5/2021
07:57
There are not offers from CNR to the cooperative, however there is a selling price from the miners to CNR. In regards goverment support ,or opposition, show me the conclusion of the two previous milestones I pointed out.
book5
07/5/2021
07:38
We are fully aware of what is required but Mark says it is not an issue in the sense that he is sure it will be resolved.
888icb
07/5/2021
07:29
Book you say Permit extension. Take it your contact believes the remaining landowners are not willing to accept the current offers.
oapknob1
07/5/2021
07:26
Of course it is an issue it is a condition of the Environment Permit. The clock is ticking. The remaining landowners know it. So does the board and going by the stagnant share price, so does the market. It needs concluding before time runs out. It needs confirmation of purchase or that legal agreements are in place for the land required, via an RNS, or there needs to be confirmation of an extension to the Environment Permit (which the market/shareholders may not take well) It is in their previous RNS announcements. Under the terms of the Environment Permit, the Company has to purchase or have legal agreements in place for the land required for the mine site infrastructure. Offers have been made to all land owners. The Company has now purchased 95% of the land in and around the permitted La India open pit mine site area, thereby getting close to completing one of the main conditions of the Environmental Permit and significantly de-risking the Project.
oapknob1
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