Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cora Gold Limited LSE:CORA London Ordinary Share VGG2423W1077 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8.65 250,080 08:00:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.30 9.00 8.65 8.41 8.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.11 -1.15 21
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:24:14 O 8,974 8.3351 GBX

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Cora Gold Daily Update: Cora Gold Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CORA. The last closing price for Cora Gold was 8.65p.
Cora Gold Limited has a 4 week average price of 7.75p and a 12 week average price of 7.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7p.
There are currently 245,807,159 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 158,384 shares. The market capitalisation of Cora Gold Limited is £21,262,319.25.
plat hunter: Don't discount the Betts involvement albeit indirectly. Betts provide Cora with a complete route to market from ore to dollar.
corrientes: Is there any Quirk connection with HUM ? In my amateurish way, I've checked the history of the Quirk family, and looking at their involvement in Africa over the years, and how they do things there, I've regretfully come round to the conclusion that it will be surprising if CORA is still around as an independent company in 12 months' time, subject of course to safety concerns. The reason for me thinking this way are drilling results. I think they seem to be getting better than originally believed they would be, and am equally surprised that Randgold let this one go. I only know a little of the Mali story though. Also, of course, most importantly, the Cora management team have an excellent pedigree. The excitement on the share front was going to be at the end of the year according to the 'experts', but it may well be a few months before then. I have, for me anyway, a considerable holding here, based on what I'd read about concerning management two or three years back.
edgein: Well they're now just over 1% away from the mandatory bid situation and none of us know their intent. But we've all seen the progress the company is making towards production. True hostile bids are rare but they do happen when companies valuations and progress don't match. We've seen these guys make multiple shallow discoveries, some of them they believe connect. Given the shallow nature of the reserves and current gold price, the economics are gonna be right up there on the DFS. The caps still below £20m. My biggest concern here would be a cheap take out before they hit production. Regards, Ed.
chipperfrd: UKGeorge: I don't think HUM is the least bit interested in taking CORA under it's wing - they have more than enough to keep them busy. In any case the Quirk family are very heavily invested here and I can't see them giving up equity. However, the CORA licenses south of Yanfolila might well supply ore feed or concentrate to the Yanfolila mill, so there might well be a deal to be done there in the years ahead.
ukgeorge: I wonder if Hum will take cora over. Surprised these haven't gone up more on the news. I don't hold any.
edgein: Corr, The management believed that they would find about 1-2m oz in the shallow oxides here and they're sure giving it a good go. Its perhaps a closer comparison to my holding in Calidus resources which is also developing a shallow oxide discovery in Australia. They have completed about 50,000m so CORA will have similar by late summer. It'll be interesting to see how big an increase they have in overall resource size as their maiden numbers were quite modest compared to the continuous area they've now drilled. Like CAI the early shallow pit development will provide strong cash flow here for significant future exploration including deeper holes. All the company has to do here is match the scoping study numbers with the upcoming DFS, I'm expecting that to be exceeded somewhat given the shallow depth and good grades and intercepts so far. Then its fingers crossed that that financing offer on the table is completed in a speedy manner. Regards, Ed.
corrientes: Whilst I appreciate that it is just not possible to compare HUM with CORA in terms of the resource, what about the quality of the find as opposed to the amount of ore in the ground. Are enough drill holes now available to make any sort of comparison or is this a useless comparison ?
avsome1968: All looks good second rig on its way/// this will come good back end of the year plenty of gold in the ground. Cora Gold Limited, the West African focused gold company, is pleased to announce the third set of drill results from its largest ever drilling campaign, which commenced in March 2021, at its Sanankoro Gold Project ('Sanankoro' or 'the Project') southern Mali. The Company plans to drill up to 35,000m by the end of July 2021, with a dual focus on targeting resource growth as well as infill drilling to convert existing Inferred resources to Measured and Indicated resources. To view the RNS with illustrative diagrams and maps, please use the following link: Highlights: New drill results at Selin -- 19m @ 4.0 g/t Au from 13m o including 7m @ 8.86 g/t Au in hole SC0333 -- 17m @ 2.82 g/t Au from 47m o including 1m @ 27.77 g/t Au in hole SC0342 -- 11m @ 2.29 g/t Au from 44m in hole SC0339 -- 11m @ 2.02 g/t Au from 13m in hole SC0347 -- 15m @ 1.96 g/t Au from 31m in hole SC0340 -- 13m @ 1.49 g/t Au from 18m in hole SC0316 -- 18m @ 1.46 g/t Au from 68m in hole SC0341 -- Results are in areas of Selin with limited historical drilling Update on drill programme progress -- 132 holes drilled totalling over 13,000m from start of the campaign to 19 May 2021 -- Arrival of the second reverse circulation ('RC') rig from Geodrill expected in early June 2021 -- Capital Drilling's diamond core rig has started a 2,000-metre geotechnical programme -- Geotechnical and hydrology contractors have been appointed -- Targeting completion of up to 35,000m drilling by end July 2021 Bert Monro, CEO of Cora, commented, "Following on from the first two sets of drill results, it is extremely pleasing to be reporting further strong results from Sanankoro, including 19m @ 4 g/t Au from 13m depth - our best hole of the campaign to date in more shallow oxides. These results are also in areas of limited historical drilling, offering further significant encouragement. "We have now completed over 13,000m of drilling in this programme and have recently commenced geotechnical drilling with a diamond drill rig. A second RC rig will be mobilising to site in the coming weeks
davidspringbank: I bought in here yesterday with my initial purchase of 100K after examining a lot of other little explorers. I think Cora is the most professional of the bunch and therefore has the most likely chance of success. I first heard of it when I used to hold PAF. I think it's a solid place to park my money for a couple of years to wait on the gold price getting back to it's ATH. I also hold CNR, which is currently converting itself into a producer, and a bunch of Canadian explorers and producers. Good luck and DYOR.
avsome1968: Very good news in 18 months if theirs not too much dilution in cora share price could see a 3-4 bagger here gold should be still very strong in 2 years time the way things are going, i will be adding on weakness here
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