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Condor Gold Plc LSE:CNR London Ordinary Share GB00B8225591 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 39.50 47,672 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
39.00 40.00 39.50 39.50 39.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.31 -1.21 53
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:00:23 O 10,433 39.30 GBX

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28/9/2021
09:20
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 39.50p.
Condor Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 38.50p and a 12 week average price of 37.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 57.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 37p.
There are currently 134,916,429 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 139,053 shares. The market capitalisation of Condor Gold Plc is £53,291,989.46.
24/8/2021
09:01
888icb: Back to CNR which has started the day with 2x 15000 buys at 44p. The share price is showing a small drop to 43p but that is because last night the MM’s closed it at the Offer price rather than mid price.
10/8/2021
17:02
q2g: All I really want to know is whether the head of the B of D is really just another conman, and if so, leading a bunch of fools (me included). What is his pay entitlement ? If bad news, how long can he keep this up ? The background to the lower share price in all probability might just be attributable to the gold price amidst uncertainty, just like with a lot of other gold shares. Now if the gold price was going up, I just wonder whether the + points would be accentuated here, and I can't for a moment imagine the share price would be going down in that scenario. It is easy for the - points to score at the moment, as it seems nobody has a clue about the end game, except we know that money is being spent on development which must count for something ??? IMO the present movement is as much to do with sentiment, pouncing on the delay, as to do with anything else. It's been told, time and time again ; fear equals capitulation, but quite often that fear turns into euphoria, but then maybe that's too strong a word in the case of CNR !
09/8/2021
16:49
electriclion: With all due respect book5, I think you're getting rather hysterical. Addressing a few of your recent points: Saying CNR has a monopoly on jobs is ridiculous. That's like saying that the only shop in a small UK village has a monopoly on jobs! That's not even close to what anti-monopoly laws are for. Jobs come and go over time - there's not many coal mining jobs in the UK any more, for example. And for sure, that can lead to strife and misery for individuals and communities, but that's just kind of tough luck isn't it. Happens the world over, not through any maliciousness, just times change that's all. Plenty of people have to move to find decent work - there's usually not that many great jobs in a rural village in the middle of nowhere, whether that's in the UK, in Nicaragua or anywhere else in the world. I have watched this board for a long time, and I have seen that you are consistently very concerned about the land. And rightly so, to an extent, it is certainly an important aspect that is on many people's minds. However, in the last couple of years, I have seen the amount of land required go from 60% or more to, you're saying 2.5% left? The last few bits were always going to be the hardest to get - that's why they're last! As I understand it, we tried to resettle the inhabitants of La India and they kicked up a big fuss because they didn't want to leave, until, in the end, we had to back down. To now say it would be unethical *not* to move them is nonsense. First of all, do they even want to? Or is it just you saying that? Secondly, if they do, well they had their chance. They can't complain loudly now that they want to leave when they complained loudly before that they didn't and expect anyone to take them seriously. If they did make such a request, there's certainly no ethical obligation, and I would imagine no legal one either, for CNR to fulfill it. The entire companies plans were significantly complicated and delayed the last time around. CPOs are routinely used the world over in order that a tiny fraction of individuals cannot block major infastructure projects. Perhaps the law in Nicaragua isn't applied as fairly or as transparently in the UK, but there's nothing wrong with the principle. If such a process did not exist at all, then nothing would ever get done. It's not theft. Just because you don't get everything you ask for doesn't mean it's unreasonable. Indeed, I wonder what all those who have already sold would think if they found out CNR had chosen to pay these hold-outs several times what they themselves got. The alternative is being held to ransom by a tiny minority, who could ask for a high price, an impossibly high price, or simply refuse to sell at all. I have no visibility into what the governments views are on all this, or what discussions have taken place between CNR and the government. More to the point, it doesn't really sound like you have either. So your alarmist speculation is unhelpful at best. You want a huge drilling program? To what end? To pay the hold-outs an unreasonably large sum, whether that's in cash or land, for their 2.5%? Whose going to pay for that then? You? MC has a duty to the shareholders to use their cash wisely. If he doesn't think that's the best use of the company's limited funds, I'm inclined to believe him.
23/7/2021
19:36
book5: The bad news from cacao (gold is too deep) means the land swap will be more difficult to achieve in the short term without the government intervention. From that rns the share price has been coming down. IMHO it is the land, the compensation of miners, and the proximity of the mine to the village that is sending the share price down, which should remain till these issues are resolved. The government has to put its weight towards achieving a fair and sustainable solution for all. we do not want that in the future villagers periodically close our access, hence the need for a practical/fair/sustainable solution for all. You all know what my preferred solution is, never mind how difficult it looks like, it is the only one that would satisfy us, and probably the villagers too if the carrot is big enough gla
22/7/2021
15:57
book5: Imho last rns was an attempt to ramp the share price with to many "probable"s, and spin, yes spin as I explained. This tells me MC does not have any rabbit left in his hat. We most probably Need to wait after the election for the land resolution. Only hope is main shareholders keep buying more shares, otherwise share price will keep very week. Ie we need some support from JM.
22/7/2021
12:09
corrientes: Despite the talk in some quarters about a mining boom being upon us, and not seen for quite a few years now, this part of the market remains flat. You can see this with several companies which are seemingly massively undervalued according to the financial gurus. Good news is usually ignored for the most part, and bad news means a hammering. Despite being much further down the road now, nothing is happening to the CNR share price. I feel that until sentiment changes and the herd instinct returns, if ever, we won't being seeing this 'blue sky'. My concern would be buying this company on the cheap in this environment, after all the hard graft has been done. Still gold should retain its allure despite attempts by central authorities in the West to suppress the price. If we do get this hyperinflation, then the sky's the limit here, that is if life will still be worth living LOL. ! AIMO.
30/6/2021
07:36
corrientes: Quite possibly good news to come, accompanied by a stagnant share price, but I thought the market was supposed to anticipate the future for the most part ? Unsubstantiated de-ramping ? Even non technical investors like myself are entitled to have views or feelings when it comes to interpreting company news, equally as valid as the views of those with on site knowledge or technical skills. The current moribund share price, as usual with mining shares, supports that view.
29/6/2021
23:10
corrientes: but nobody has been interested in CNR for about a year now, judging by the share price and despite ever optimistic noises. What does that say ? I listened to MC's recent interview and came away with the impression that that even he was not entirely sure of the project's likely success on different fronts. Maybe he's being honest, and some might say a bit too honest to lead a mining company ! As for the broker's statement on fair value, that's just a fairy tale, and assumes that the practical problems of getting the the stuff out of the ground in this complex area, can simply be ignored ! I sold half a little while ago and if I see a small increase in the share price, I'll be selling for a tiny profit. No point in having money sitting idle.
09/6/2021
09:13
lurker5: It would be a 'toys out of pram' because "I want it now" reaction to wish for a takeover just as the co is in sight of production. Predators always want to strike at just this point - when they think a co has just about run out of funds (and some kindergarten shareholders are screaming impatiently)- and to get it cheap. For a start, they wouldn't pay anything like a NPV based value because they won't want to pay for capex twice over and will deduct it and the take-out price from any value they see. The best value for current shareholders is always to develop themselves, and for CNR, although NPV in a phased start-up on will be less than (but adjusted for a gold price $500/oz higher) the out-of-date 2014 one, it looks as though payback of a reduced $70m initial cost (against the original $112m one - which will be a lot higher today) wll be very short, after which CNR can bootstrap its subsequent expansion. As for Hannam, they always considerably exaggerate any 'target' price they set. Whether they will do their own calcs or wait for a BFS remains to be seen. Even so they will probably arrive at a 'target' (even if a bit spurious) considerably higher than the present share price. (Spangel by the way has based its forecasts up to now on the 2014 FS - ie they are useless)
26/5/2021
13:59
oapknob1: Main driver for CNR share price is purchase of the remaining 5% of land and compliance with the Environmental Permit before the deadline.PoG can bounce to $3K but unless the Land purchase is completed the share price will stagnate. If there is an extension to EP then the market reaction might not be the best.
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