Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Danakali Limited LSE:DNK London Ordinary Share AU000000DNK9 ORDS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.50p +4.41% 35.50p 33.00p 38.00p 35.50p 34.00p 34.00p 23,293 12:17:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.1 -5.4 -2.1 - 94

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/10/2019
14:58
34p in aus
ukgeorge
07/10/2019
13:53
What did they do on asx?
ukgeorge
07/10/2019
11:15
Have I missed some news? Why the markdown on opening?
gary1966
23/8/2019
12:03
Presentation on Proactive Investors - [...]
shieldbug
08/8/2019
11:20
Yes the london mkt is dead could also buy in Aus
ukgeorge
08/8/2019
11:16
Is very illiquid - probably worth being patient with a limit order and getting nearer to bid than offer IMO.
spectoacc
08/8/2019
11:14
yes I am tempted to buy some. Saw them present last year came across very well
ukgeorge
08/8/2019
11:08
Been a little flurry of RNS lately, all quite positive, fingers crossed.
spectoacc
08/8/2019
10:52
Danakali (DNK AU) A$0.74/s, Mkt cap A$194m – Credit approval for $200m of senior dent finance • Danakali report the approval of $200m of senior debt finance from the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) and African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank). • The Mandated Lead Arrangers now have formal credit approval to provide US$200m of senior debt finance for the Colluli project in Eritrea. • The deal includes formal approval of export credit support from the Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa SOC Limited (ECIC) which is the first time ECIC has provided export credit support to a non-South African bank. • This is described as a ground-breaking project financing for Danakali, CMSC and Eritrea and is a further step forward for the project. • Danakali capex for the first stage is US$322m plus a further US$202m in year six when the mine ramps up production to 944,000tpa of SOP from 472,000tpa
ukgeorge
16/1/2019
19:24
got this on my watch list but not yet invested (waiting for Korepotash to kick off first) proactive video here from December 2018 https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/11605/danakali-shovel-ready-at-colluli-following-execution-of-us200m-debt-finance-mandate-11605.html also spotted this in the news today from 15th Jan https://www.tesfanews.net/world-class-potash-project-eritrea-development-stage/amp/
fromthesidelines
16/1/2019
15:53
Was that the proactive presentation? I went along to that one. My only worry is the capex is $332M and debt finance is $200M so they may do an equity raise. Like you say the the product is impressive and the project is far more simple than sirius.
ukgeorge
16/1/2019
15:34
Nope, my pot's empty. Was impressed by a presentation they did last summer or so. It's the quality of the product and at surface too, far better than say Sirius.
goodgrief
16/1/2019
11:58
Did you buy in here GoodGrief?
ukgeorge
21/9/2018
18:31
Agreed. Not sure of valuations and how much funding/dilution is needed. But in comparison I wouldn't touch Sirius Minerals with a barge pole!
goodgrief
21/9/2018
14:56
A very good presentation, the company has an amazing potash deposit
ukgeorge
21/9/2018
14:56
A very good presentation, the company has an amazing potash deposit
ukgeorge
14/9/2018
10:52
Danakali will be presenting to investors at the Proactive One2One Forum taking place on Thursday 20th September in London from 6pm. For details and registration, click here: https://tinyurl.com/ycjvfhnm
aim_trader
24/7/2018
07:22
Danakali Limited (ASX: DNK / LSE: DNK) (Danakali) is pleased to announce, following the publication of its Prospectus on 18 July 2018, that the Company's 264,167,463 Ordinary Shares have been admitted to the Standard Segment of the Official List of the Financial Conduct Authority (Admission) and to trading on the London Stock Exchange's Main Market at 8.00am BST today under the ticker "DNK". Danakali Executive Chairman, Mr. Seamus Cornelius, said: "We are delighted to deliver on another of our strategic goals for 2018. The LSE listing should increase our profile, liquidity and breadth of potential investors. It is a key milestone as we move towards construction and production at the Colluli Potash Project." An analyst presentation will be held at 12.00pm BST today at the offices of Instinctif Partners, 65 Gresham Street, London, EC2V 7NQ. To attend please email danakali@instinctif.com or call +44 (0)207 457 2020. A copy of the presentation is available on the Company's website at HTTP://www.danakali.com.au/investor-relations/corporate-presentations.
mirabeau
15/12/2009
13:44
For anyone interested, this is the very latest position: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/894010/000134100409002415/form8-k.htm Regards UK
uknighted
05/7/2009
22:50
anyone know whats going on here? if anything.... my shares still showing up...?
chicogabb
13/2/2009
12:18
Y is this one moving up?
y cymro
13/11/2008
13:43
A tax loss Net Operating Loss
miata
10/11/2008
18:03
What is a NOL? cheers
chicogabb
05/11/2008
15:05
The board of directors of Danka are real crooks. http://www.ibtimes.com/prnews/20081015/ny-dcml-sends-letter.htm
johnymac
01/9/2008
19:30
MIATA - 7 Jul'08 - 15:45 - 2282 of 2285 "A few years ago Danka bought Kodak's analogue business just as everybody was going digital, it never recovered from that mistake and has seemingly just been run for the benefit of the directors ever since." A very oversimplified and misleading summary there MIATA. Everybody was indeed going digital.......including Kodak. The Kodak group badly needed to raise cash and improve profitability at the time. They sold off all the less profitable divisions to concentrate on their core industries. Danka bought Kodak OI at a time when competition in the industry was becoming ever more fierce, resulting in eroding margins for all in the industry. When Danka bought Kodak, they acquired a company with first-rate staff (a harder company to get into than Xerox) with an excellent reputation for quality of service and a strong customer base, including many 'blue chip' clients and government departments. Some of their machines were Kodak designed......many were re-badged Canon machines and included both analogue and digital machines from both sides. Shortly after the acquisition, a process of re-training commenced and the two businesses were fully integrated. Over the first year or so, cost & productivity gains from the Kodak side of the business were very good, mostly meeting or exceeding targets. Over the next few years though things changed a great deal.........mostly for the worse! Procedural changes within departments came so thick and fast that the left hand didn't know what the right was doing (sometimes line managers would have to be corrected on procedural matters by their staff). It all became very messy, inefficient and stressful, with abscences on health grounds becoming increasingly common. I honestly can't say how much of this was down to mismanagement from the top and how much was down to the overall state of the copier industry but I'm sure that both played their part. I left in 2002 and it's the best thing I've done since leaving school :)
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