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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dekel Agri-vision Plc LSE:DKL London Ordinary Share CY0106502111 ORD EUR0.0003367 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.75 4.60 4.90 4.75 4.75 4.75 43,011 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 20.1 -1.9 -0.9 - 25

Dekel Agri-vision Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/1/2021
08:11
My first use of PrimaryBid - all went smoothly....so far.
tradertrev
29/1/2021
07:58
Agree on all points Riv and looking fwd to the Feb production update.Looking like a very good year for DKL
2vdm
29/1/2021
07:16
Excellent - the placing was oversubscribed and so £3.5m has now been raised. Also good to see the directors themselves subscribing for £150,000 of shares. The subscribing directors now own over 24% between them, so their interests are aligned with everyone else's.
rivaldo
28/1/2021
22:39
Terrific to see the company able to raise funds at 5p - it would have had to have been 1.5p-2p only a couple of months ago. And to top it off, in case anyone missed it from tonight's RNS: "Production Update Further to the 'Full Year Production Update' for the Company's palm oil operations at Ayenouan announced on 11 January 2021, positive momentum has been maintained and the January production update, due on or around 10 February 2020, is likely to show a material improvement in production on January 2020. This material improvement is in line with expectations due to the peak harvest season commencing later in 2020 as announced on 9 April 2020. Further updates will be made by the Board as appropriate."
rivaldo
28/1/2021
21:54
Closed at 6:30, very fast for Primary Bid. Must have been big demand on retail offer; Or on the main placing and completion of that forced the early close of the retail offer.
dropside
28/1/2021
20:32
Looks like offer closed now on Primary Bid, if so it signals healthy demand for the shares.
chadders
28/1/2021
16:56
Yes you can I have just had an e-mail
basem1
28/1/2021
16:40
Placing Can you transfer your shares from primary bid to your own share account ? TIA
basem1
28/1/2021
14:14
The CPO price rose again to $1,030 yesterday, and CPO futures are rising again today.
rivaldo
28/1/2021
09:47
Some new photos of the progress made installing equipment for the cashew project https://twitter.com/DekelAgriVision/status/1354382006600282120/photo/1
rightnellie
27/1/2021
12:23
Good to see the CPO price still at exactly $1,000 - it's slipped back a little from the 7-year highs, but I note that CPO future are today rising fast again. We're now well and truly into DKL's peak producing season. With the 6-8 week timing difference, plus the market forecasting continued high CPO prices for Q1 at the least, it's likely even now that at the least the vast majority of DKL's high season will be covered by high CPO prices: Https://www.rea.co.uk/websites/reaholdingsplc/English/2450/cpo-price.html
rivaldo
26/1/2021
15:33
More good news just out - an "internationally-owned Ivorian bank" has joined in the bond issuance with a further $900,000, showing further local confidence in DKL's cashew project: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/dekel-agri-vision--dkl-/rns/additional-eur900-000-subscription-to-new-bond/202101261517539595M/ "Dekel Agri-Vision Plc Executive Director Lincoln Moore said: "The prominent internationally-owned bank behind this latest bond subscription joins a growing list of institutions, both regional and global, that have become stakeholders in the Dekel story. This is centred around building a West African focused multi-project, multi-commodity agriculture company that benefits not just our shareholders but also the communities in which we operate, the local smallholders and farmers who supply us with feedstock for our mills and the financial institutions which continue to support us. With our cashew project at Tiebissou on course to become our second producing asset in Q2 2021, this is an exciting period in Dekel's story, and I look forward to providing further details on our progress."
rivaldo
26/1/2021
09:51
Dekel Agri-Vision @DekelAgriVision ยท 4m “With CPO prices continuing to rise to levels we have not seen since Ayenouan commenced production in 2014, we are looking forward to the upcoming high season in Cote d'Ivoire, which typically runs from around late Jan through to May” #DKL #PalmOil #Cashew
cheshire man
21/1/2021
15:21
Upbeat view of the CPO market.. https://www.wsj.com/articles/palm-oil-is-looking-like-a-hands-down-winner-11611225004
chadders
20/1/2021
12:18
https://twitter.com/DekelAgriVision/status/1351865976929869828/photo/1
2magpies
19/1/2021
10:32
I think the last paragraph is all about defending their low numbers to save face rather than accepting they've got it very wrong. More tha two thirds of revenue come from Q1 and Q2 and barring a disastrous slump (pundits, associations and the industry say otherwise) this will smash their estimates.
chadders
19/1/2021
09:28
Arden have today increased their price target to 8.2p (from 7.6p), saying: "We consider that this new funding facility strengthens the company’s financial position, as the company seeks to build out its platform as a successful West African multi-project, multi-commodity agricultural company." And they suggest more to come: "The Palm Oil Price Continues to Be Buoyant The chart below shows the CPO price (CIF Rotterdam, in US$/MT)for the 2-year period between 8 Jan 2019 and 8 Jan2021. As at 8 Jan 2021, the palm oil price was US$1,090/MT (€902). The international CPO palm oil price typically takes 4-6 week to filter down to the Coted’Ivoiremarket. Dekel Agri-Vision is now experiencing its high volume season(January-June). We have a conservative average CPO price of €600/MT for 2021E and €625/MT 2022E. While we are not currently adjusting our CPO price forecasts –as it is so early in the year –if the CPO price remains as robust as it has been recently, over the next 2-3 months, we certainly see scope for an upward revision to our CPO FY price forecasts".
rivaldo
19/1/2021
08:58
So what is this additional crop? More palm oil? They have already set up a palm oil nursery at Guitry. Things are developing very well. Looks likes Lincoln's hope for 12p share price by the summer is not just a pipe dream. I may buy some more and I already have plenty
rightnellie
19/1/2021
08:20
Agree Riv. That means Lincoln and the team can concentrate on maximising revenue from the fortcoming palm oil crops, the cashew plant and whatever the third arm to the business turns out to be. The RNS mentioned a crop, so I don't think it's solar yet.
2vdm
19/1/2021
07:18
Excellent news - that's DKL's future financing sorted out, with short-term facilities replaced by long-term facilities backed by supportive locally-focused institutions. And a 3-year capital holiday! Interest-only means DKL can get on with the job of expansion. Plus further confirmation today that: - cashew production will start in Q2 - a third commodity is definitively now expected to happen, which will further even out any volatility Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/dekel-agri-vision-DKL/share-news/Dekel-Agri-Vision-PLC-Long-Term-Debt-Refinancing/84116308
rivaldo
15/1/2021
16:04
Lincoln Moore tells Sarah Lowther that Dekel’s evolution won’t stop at the cashews because a third commodity and clean energy are on the company’s agenda, and why he’s hopeful the share price will reach 12p by the summer!!
rightnellie
15/1/2021
15:55
https://total-market-solutions.com/2021/01/dekel-agri-vision_jan-2021/ Lincoln Moore giving an update on this site DAted 14/01/21
rightnellie
14/1/2021
11:39
They are really getting on with it! Roll on dividend(s)!!
2magpies
14/1/2021
08:50
Great interview, cheers. 12p by the summer would be nice :o)) And then there's the potential from cashews, the third commodity, clean energy, RSPO certification (which as well as attracting green/ESG investors would benefit PKO sales to Europe and bring in higher pricing)..... "While the West African focused agriculture company is known primarily for palm oil, executive director Lincoln Moore has multi-commodity aspirations. He’s optimistic cashew nuts have greater margin potential and the company’s cashew processing plant is promised for a Q2 2021 launch. Lincoln tells Sarah Lowther that Dekel’s evolution won’t stop at the cashews because a third commodity and clean energy are on the company’s agenda, and why he’s hopeful the share price will reach 12p by the summer."
rivaldo
13/1/2021
09:33
Looking Strong here Can sell 200,000 at 5.575
basem1
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