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Evraz Plc EVR London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 82.68 01:00:00
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porters_: Hi, im catching up a bit on the issues of obtaining Evraz share certifcate from my broker or leaving them where they are. There seems to be two options; (a) keep shares with broker or (b) request share certificate such that they are in my possession and therefore not anything to do with Broker. I understand they taking out of SIPP is not possible; doesnt affect me. And that removing from ISA, as in my case, removes tax wrapper etc. People who go for option '(a) keep shares with broker' ; take the view that Evraz can comunicate with the brokers to obtain a full list of shareholders and that for those in UK we cant do much even if we remove certificates fro broker into our posession. People whoe go for option (b) can see option 'a' above but also think that (i) there may be more flexibility to move the certificates onto a new stock exchange if re-listed in HK or someehwere else without santions (ii) If evraz offer to but them back this can be done if we own certificates (although i suspect we run the danger of santions law to do so) (iii) Evraz may pay us dividend directly if we own cetificates (although does this also mean we are 'trading' with Evraz? Ive created survey money with is anonamous to simply ask who is leaving the certificates with broker and who is taking them out. You can all see the results as people fill in the survey money. hxxps://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/XHSK77Q What are people basing their hopes on when taking cetificate from broker?
novicetrade68: If they had a license they would be able to pay a dividend - looks like we've all been robbed for now. Despite sanctions others have the sanctioned pounds we worked for - also don't get the impression EVR even wants to consider the LSE anymore - maybe EVR can relist in Frankfurt as an alternative.
maxplus2: But will they inform Evraz about the holding.Will share holders get dividend if Evraz announce it
lomcovaks: Corporate action information sent to ii shareholders. Seems reasonable to me - EVRAZ PLC ORD USD0.05 Event Type: Confirmation Description: Termination of Registry Termination Date: 19th August 2022 On 18th July 2022 Evraz plc, which is currently suspended from trading on the London Stock Exchange, announced to the Stock Exchange that Computershare Investor Services will cease to act as the company’s registrar from 19th August 2022. Within the announcement they also stated that shareholders may wish to convert their electronic shares into physical paper shares, and that shareholders should contact their broker if they wished to do this. Please be advised that you are under no obligation to convert your shares in this manner. If you don’t decide to convert, we will continue to reflect your Evraz shares on your portfolio, maintain a record of your holding on our books, and you will still be able to trade your Evraz shares through us if the suspension is lifted and trading of Evraz shares recommences on the London Stock Exchange. If, however, you do wish to convert your shares into physical paper form, registered directly in your own name, you need to contact us by phone at 0345 607 6001 by 12th August 2022 at the latest, and request the withdrawal of these shares into your own name. Any requests to withdraw the shares will be charged a GBP35.00 fee + GBP7.00 VAT. All requests will be handled on a reasonable endeavours basis. Please be advised, if you hold your shares in a SIPP or Junior ISA, the option to withdraw your shares is not available on these products. The official announcement made to the Stock Exchange can be viewed here; https://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/EVR/evraz-plc-termination-of-the-registry-and-associated-services/1554450
novicetrade68: The RNS from May 6-> that's the one where the government should sue EVR for in court, but not suspend trading any longer as long as the accusations are not proven. EVR are not bust like AMI years ago, so in between EVR could resume trading and get sued/investigated at the same time like for example PFC - they are still trading. Equally, EVR should also be able to potentially pay/settle millions for years to come.
turvart: I had 29% of my Portfolio in EVR when I first took the trades on with a terrible average of 215p, My account is now only 5% down where it was before I took the EVR trades on and EVR is now 11.25% of my portfolio at current price of just under 81p so I've pulled it back fairly good IMO with my recent trades. Hopefully in another few months I can write it off but one thing that is very annoying is book cost looks so high compared with actual value, I just hope one day this war comes to an end and EVR eventually gets sorted out.
markus1970: EVR suspension shows, despite many small shareholders opinion to the contrary, that the LSE have our best interests at heart. The stock was suspended, we were told, to protect shareholders while the LSE sought time to clarify the situation, as the troubles in the Ukraine have only been ongoing for a couple of weeks which we know is insufficient time for the LSE to make any decision. Only a cynic would think that the LSE’s eventual response will be in any way influenced by whether or not they will be allowed to accept company fees from EVR. That cynic might also keep a close eye on any EVR share holding RNSs that appear in the future. If the EVR suspension is upheld then how will that effect American and other companies that have been buying steel from EVR’s American and other world wide businesses? Will those companies also be sanctioned? Some reading for those interested in what sanctions are supposed to apply to https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/russia-sanctions-guidance/russia-sanctions-guidance
fenners66: So just caught up with another week's posts here So obvious no dividend and suspension likely but some cannot stop gambling. No doubt some were in and out with a profit - well done But others so convinced the dividend HAD to be paid - we know who you are , always ramping , no note of caution As for the value of the business - yes I believe the Russian assets will be lost now as a retort to sanctions. But many ignored it:- fenners66 - 03 Mar 2022 - 09:06:35 - 2144 of 2909 Evraz Group (Russian steel) - EVR careful 3 Mar '22 - 08:33 - 2134 of 2140 "POLY and EVR are worth the same today as they were a few months ago, probably more," No EVR is not. It's trading situation will deteriorate. Available markets are shrinking and the Russian economy will go into recession. On top of that there is a huge debt pile here which when refinanced (if they ever do) will be at a higher rate. Without the planned cash flow it will need to be. Those are easy "normal" financial arguments that its not worth as much as months ago. But next we expect Putin to retaliate vs the economic sanctions - obvious target is the assets here. Take the assets even just 40 % of them and this is technically insolvent. Take the assets and leave the debt here and EVR is worth something - but to whom? Putin - yes Debt holders - maybe Shareholders - probably not.
davius: James Rutherford resigns from board of Evraz, steel and mining group in which Roman Abramovich has stake Fri 4 Mar 2022 09.40 GMT The London Stock Exchange has suspended trading in more Russian companies, while an independent director resigned from the board of Evraz, the steel and mining group in which Roman Abramovich holds a 29% stake. The LSE suspended trading in the remaining eight companies with strong links to Russia that were not included on a list of 27 companies suspended on Thursday. The companies trade financial instruments in London, including global depositary receipts and American depositary receipts, but not ordinary shares, which are traded in on other stock exchanges where they have their primary listings. Also on Friday, Evraz – which has its primary listing in London and is incorporated in the UK – announced that James Rutherford had resigned from the board immediately. Rutherford was a non-executive director at Evraz for only nine months and also holds directorships at the mining groups Centamin and Anglo Pacific. His resignation came a day after the Institute of Directors urged British nationals to quit Russian boards, saying it was “no longer tenable” for them to remain after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, adding that any directors of Belarusian firms should also quit. Evraz also counts the former Ford executive Stephen Odell and Sir Michael Peat, a former private secretary to Prince Charles and whose family name is the “p” in KPMG, on its board. Peat, who was paid $224,000 (£168,232) last year, is due to stand down at the end of March, having been a board member since 2011. Rutherford was paid $125,000 from his appointment last June until the end of last year. Odell was paid $138,000. Evraz, which last week announced a dividend worth $450m to Abramovich, has so far not been caught in the sanctions being levelled at companies with strong links to Russia. On Thursday, the London Stock Exchange suspended trading in 27 companies, including the energy and banking firms Gazprom and Sberbank. The LSE said it was taking the action “in light of market conditions, and in order to maintain orderly markets”. On Friday, the LSE added the state-owned Federal Grid, Russia’s largest transmission company, the telecoms provider Rostelecom, the residential property developer Etalon, the supermarket chain O’Key, the fertiliser company Acron, the food retail chain Magnit, the investment firm Sistema and the commercial seaport Novorossiysk to its list of companies barred from trading in London. However, Evraz is one of a number of companies linked to Russia that have so far not been barred because they have been assigned “UK nationality” by the LSE for trading purposes. Nevertheless, international pressure is taking an increasing toll on Russian businesses, while the invasion of Ukraine is also disrupting those with operations in the region. On Wednesday, Evraz and the precious metals mining group Polymetal dropped out of the FTSE 100 in its quarterly review after their market values plummeted. The market value of Evraz has fallen by more than 80% since Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
garycook: Just received from EVRAZ Investor Relations (IR@evraz.com) Dear Mr Cook, FTSE has adjusted the value of the RASP dividend from ~£1.89 to £0 for the purposes of calculating index tracker returns. It does not have any effect on the transaction process itself. Regarding the 50c dividend - we confirm that EVRAZ has sufficient liquidity and technical ability to pay dividends at the moment, however we cannot guarantee that this will be the case going forward. If the situation will change, we will make an announcement. Regards, IR team
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