Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Evraz Plc LSE:EVR London Ordinary Share GB00B71N6K86 ORD USD0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.11% 353.50 353.60 353.80 361.70 349.20 356.40 683,891 10:01:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 9,821.6 2,510.1 131.0 2.7 5,132

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/3/2014
19:51
Riding this all the way back up!
karmastuartra
27/3/2014
19:25
It's the imf bailout to ukraine i think (10bn)
casholaa
27/3/2014
18:00
absolute beauty - what a great recovery we got here..........THIS IS ACCESS TO A MEGA MINER HERE, this company is world-wide, huge. Jeez fill yer boots and thank me later.
neilyb675
26/3/2014
22:36
Next stop 85p
catsneck2
26/3/2014
15:59
moving up thru the gears very nicely, proper recovery in play here
neilyb675
19/3/2014
07:56
Luvly jubbly
karmastuartra
19/3/2014
05:36
European stocks rallied as Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty to annex Crimea from Ukraine but said Moscow will work to rebuild ties with its neighbour. The treaty paves the way for Crimea to re-join Russia, after Nikita Kruschev handed the nation over to Ukraine in 1954. "It was such an historical unfairness, at that moment Crimea was handed over to Ukraine but now all of this is in the past," Putin said in a speech today. Putin dismissed sanctions by the US and Europe, saying the West had "crossed the line". He said he hopes to mend the relationship with Ukraine as it was "vitally important" for both sides. "Traders had previously been concerned that any sanctions made against Russia could provoke a retaliation from the Kremlin, but this does not look likely," said Craig Erlam, Analyst at Alpari UK. "Not only were the sanctions by the US and the European Union on 11 and 21 Russian and Crimean officials, respectively, viewed as weak by the markets, Putin did not appear concerned about them in the slightest. In fact, he didn't even mention them in his address before Parliament."
neilyb675
18/3/2014
16:24
lovely jubbly!
karmastuartra
18/3/2014
16:11
+10% now............correction taking place. Don't be surprised if these are back over £1 in the summer. April sees 2 RNSs from EVRAZ, results and trading statement......
neilyb675
18/3/2014
16:01
IN AUCTION !!!
neilyb675
18/3/2014
14:26
The Putin rocket!
karmastuartra
18/3/2014
14:14
putin has handled this well. he is in the right. historic ties, strategic importance, almost unanimous support. maybe they will be lower risk from now on. evr could really benefit.
careful
17/3/2014
19:42
Well here is to another blue day tomorrow.
karmastuartra
17/3/2014
08:16
go russian rocket!
karmastuartra
17/3/2014
07:15
topping up again today on any share price weakness
karmastuartra
16/3/2014
20:15
karma I am invested here FWIW I posted the news yesterday and today as it is 100% relevant to this stock.
neilyb675
16/3/2014
20:14
one thing to stop banging on about now, crimea.
karmastuartra
16/3/2014
12:14
not sure what nellys motive is to keep posting bbc news on this thread. im sure people are well aware of world current affairs. crimea is fast fading as yesterdays news
karmastuartra
16/3/2014
09:39
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-26598832 Crimea is voting on whether to rejoin Russia or stay with Ukraine but with more autonomy. The referendum has been condemned as "illegal" by Kiev and the West but is backed by Moscow. Since the fall of Ukraine's pro-Moscow President Viktor Yanukovych, Russian troops have in effect taken control of the majority ethnic-Russian region. Voters are expected to support leaving Ukraine, but Crimean Tatars are boycotting the poll.
neilyb675
15/3/2014
10:46
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-26590745 Two people have been killed in clashes between pro-Ukrainian and pro-Russian activists in Ukraine's eastern city of Kharkiv, officials say. Five people were injured overnight, as gunshots were fired. Rival groups blamed each other for the violence. Earlier, Russia and the US failed to agree on how to resolve the crisis in Ukraine's Crimea region, ahead of a secession referendum there. Russia vowed to respect Sunday's vote - but the US said it was illegitimate. Moscow has been tightening its military grip on Crimea - the southern autonomous republic in Ukraine - where voters are to decide on whether to re-join Russia or stay with Kiev.
neilyb675
15/3/2014
09:41
http://www.efinancialnews.com/get-data-explorers?Source=SF&Version=1.0&Days=365&Field=Quantity&IdType=ANY&IdValue=evr&ChartType=Line&ChartStyle=Default&ChartTemplate=TwilightTemp2&Width=950&Height=500&Url=https://api.dxopen.com/DxlApi/Chart.aspx
m w
15/3/2014
07:38
Thing is with all the debt the co. has, it looks as though the assets are pledged against the loans, I mean how much of Abramovich's actual capital is tied up here, should banks start to unwind loan guarantees against some of the Russian assets, how vulnerable are those cos. with assset to loan ratios. This has been falling way before the crisis, it has been exacerbated by the the Ukrainian issue, on the basis of slowing demand for its products and falling prices for things like steel,etc. Because it's cheap does not necessarily mean it's good value!
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