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
  0.75 2.91% 26.50 139,965 11:37:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
26.00 27.00 26.75 25.75 25.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -2.30 -3.49 25
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:54:57 O 3,275 26.99 GBX

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27/2/2020
08:20
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 25.75p.
Condor Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 19.75p and a 12 week average price of 18.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 28.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 16.50p.
There are currently 94,663,522 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 130,872 shares. The market capitalisation of Condor Gold Plc is £25,085,833.33.
15/2/2020
12:27
temujiin: Condor get a mention at the end. ========================== Do recent strong share price moves from London’s junior miners herald a return to the good times? Sentiment towards junior precious metals miners could be on the turn www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/912976/do-recent-strong-share-price-moves-from-londons-junior-miners-herald-a-return-to-the-good-times-912976.html 'Not everyone’s a winner, of course. With doubts about the global economy still lingering in the wake of the coronavirus, base metals companies haven’t done so well. And even in the precious metals space, stalwarts like Condor Gold and Jubilee Metals are holding their own, but hardly flying. For those with more marginal projects, funding is as hard to find as it ever was. And yet, it seems clear enough that those companies that can provide interesting projects, decent liquidity and positive newsflow will be met by plenty of appetite and interest in the market. Whether that selective positive sentiment becomes general any time soon remains an open question. But London’s junior mining market is alive, and for now that’s progress enough.'
17/1/2020
09:25
888icb: The IFC has confirmed in writing that it has completed its divestment of Condor Gold plc, see attached released today. This is due to a change of investment strategy, the IFC has exited over 20 exploration companies including: Hummingbird, Lydian, Rio Tinto/Simandou, Aureus, Unigold. The former IFC Head of Global Mining and the number two left a couple of years ago. The new head of Global Mining only wants to invest debt in very large projects. The IFC has been delighted with the operational performance of Condor Gold, being granted the permits to construct and operate a mine, gaining the social licence to operate, expanding the mineral resource, expanding the permits for the feeder pits, expanding the concession package etc. Condor has been providing the IFC with a quarterly Environmental and Social Report, when only an annual report is required. The latest Q1 2019 report has been edited for our website: hxxp://www.condorgold.com/csr/environment#tab=2 The IFC started selling its 5.5M shareholding in January 2019, see announcements, it has gradually sold its entire shareholding in the market, which has suppressed the share price. Furthermore, City Financial went into administration in March 2019 and was a forced seller of a 5% shareholding in Condor in the market. The overhang of shares is now removed; is is encouraging that the market has absorbed selling of over 10% of the Company’s shares. Both share sells are for reasons specific to the sellers and unrelated to the assets of the Company, which are in excellent shape and never been better. I suspect the IFC selling marks the low in the share price. The above statement from Mark Child is why IFC sold. Nothing to do with villagers in Santa Cruz or people not wanting the mine.
03/1/2020
09:30
the stigologist: #CNR #GOLD With Gold going up like this (approximately $100 / oz in a month) to c.$1550/oz It makes a mockery of small cap resource developers like CNR being valued at only $10/oz in the ground At some point some of their mid cap producing peers will be able to direct their increased cash flow into acquiring resource either to build their own business or to bulk up their business before Majors come knocking for the mid caps Potential for serious leveraged gains In 2010 ish Gold was $1200 / oz In 2020 with Gold at $1500 / oz and the licence/resource significantly worked up is this a fair share price performance ?
02/1/2020
21:45
the stigologist: fingers cross this works In 2010 ish Gold was $1200 / oz In 2020 with Gold at $1500 / oz and the licence/resource significantly worked up is this a fair share price performance ?
26/10/2019
10:34
bomber13: Immediate cash requirements at Condor have been hugely relieved by the £4m fundraising done at 20p end July , which together with the £500/- of net cash held at end June , should cover normal everyday expenses at least until the the middle of 2020 . We will know more about cash burn and current net cash with the Q3 results due in mid-November , however . What is slightly more exciting is what happens if a strategic transaction should now occur . Whether , hypothetically , this took the form of a toll deal , joint venture , or farm-in , or eventually a combination thereof , this catalyst should not only give Condor easier access to project capital , and therefore much needed wherewithal to build the La India mine , but it should also have the desired effect on the share price . This is vital , because , looking at the amount of outstanding warrants , the share price needs to get above , and stay above , 30p in order to push as many warrants as possible into the money . If you exclude the £1.9m of warrants at an exercise price of 65p expiring end March 2020 , which may be an unrealistic aspiration , there are loads of warrants between now and July 2022 worth a total of £2.8m exercisable at 25p and 31p . Moreover , under the terms of the recent fundraising in July , 50% of the outstanding 6.73m warrants issued are subject to an accelerated exercise should the share price close above 30p for 10 consecutive days . Should this clause be triggered , it would allow the scope for raising an additional quick-fire £841/- . Were all of the above to happen , success would quickly feed upon success , and I for one will drink to that .
25/10/2019
08:15
bomber13: Interestingly enough , the Condor share price is now back to the 23p level that Jim Mellon last paid for stock in August , so maybe we should all take his advice , and buy some more ? After all , he is Condor’s largest shareholder with 15.6% of the equity . Calibre Mining has also recently requoted at around the 60c level , having raised over C$100m at that price to complete the purchase of B2Gold’s Nicaraguan assets . Therefore , within the next few months we should learn whether Condor and Calibre might join forces in a toll mining/refining deal on part of La India’s 2.3m oz resource , or indeed whether other permutations possibly involving their new 10.4% shareholder , Nicaragua Milling , come to fruition . Meanwhile , Condor is busy buying up the freehold land they need in order to make La India shovel ready , and finalising environmental studies for the 2 high grade feeder pits at Mestiza and America , which would enable Condor to raise total potential production from the La India project by 50% from 80/- oz pa to 120/-oz pa . These pits , with an average grade of 9.9g/t in the indicated category , will materially improve the pre-feasibility economics of La India , which were based on a grade of 3.0g/t and US$690 AISC per oz . With gold back above US$1500 , and , with that , implying a pro-forma net profit margin of over US$800 per oz of production to Condor at the very least , in theory La India could repay its US$120m of capital cost in 15 months !
28/8/2019
07:49
888icb: It is worth remembering that the company must trigger the raising of more cash from the warrants issued in conjunction with the recent £4 million Placing if the share price is at 30p or higher for 10 consecutive days. If that happens the warrant holders must exercise 50% of their warrants at the 25p exercise price(which is a 25% premium to the 20p they paid in the Placing).If they don’t exercise them within a ten day period those warrants will lapse. I think it’s good for the company to get that money now or to get rid of those warrants so they won’t sit there for 3 years and be exercised when the share price is a lot higher and the company probably doesn’t need the money. If investors keep following in Jim’s footsteps and buying more shares we should hit 30p in a matter of days.
27/8/2019
09:25
cf456: Yes, decent buying again today. Looking more and more like the start of a new uptrend on the chart. Jim Mellon clearly very keen loading up so frequently recently, with his £1.25 million investment last month particularly telling. He is bullish gold and there is certainly a lot of upside to the CNR share price, especially in the current environment. --- "The boat is leaving and there is just enough time to jump on the gangplank The same applies to silver and, possibly, palladium, but gold is easier and there are lots of ways to play it, physical, futures, ETFs, and gold miners. Barrick (NYSE: GOLD) is good, as is mining minnow Condor Gold (LON: CNR) here in London, where I am a director and shareholder. So that’s a pretty easy trade – sell those bonds (especially given my forecast that disaster lurks under the surface of the frantic machinations of the ECB to avoid a full-blown crisis in Italy), and buy your own flavour of gold." hTTps://masterinvestor.co.uk/economics/mellon-on-the-markets-gold-and-what-comes-next
19/8/2019
07:23
888icb: Excellent news that Jim Mellon is buying more shares. A good start to the week and the share price is heading north.
12/6/2019
20:20
temujiin: Credits to Nero on LSE. Posted with permission. "Dear All, The IFC has confirmed in writing that it has completed its divestment of Condor Gold plc, see attached released today. This is due to a change of investment strategy, the IFC has exited over 20 exploration companies including: Hummingbird, Lydian, Rio Tinto/Simandou, Aureus, Unigold. The former IFC Head of Global Mining and the number two left a couple of years ago. The new head of Global Mining only wants to invest debt in very large projects. The IFC has been delighted with the operational performance of Condor Gold, being granted the permits to construct and operate a mine, gaining the social licence to operate, expanding the mineral resource, expanding the permits for the feeder pits, expanding the concession package etc. Condor has been providing the IFC with a quarterly Environmental and Social Report, when only an annual report is required. The latest Q1 2019 report has been edited for our website: hxxp://www.condorgold.com/csr/environment#tab=2 The IFC started selling its 5.5M shareholding in January 2019, see announcements, it has gradually sold its entire shareholding in the market, which has suppressed the share price. Furthermore, City Financial went into administration in March 2019 and was a forced seller of a 5% shareholding in Condor in the market. The overhang of shares is now removed; is is encouraging that the market has absorbed selling of over 10% of the Company’s shares. Both share sells are for reasons specific to the sellers and unrelated to the assets of the Company, which are in excellent shape and never been better. I suspect the IFC selling marks the low in the share price. Regards Mark
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