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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
  -8.30 -2.86% 282.40 281.10 281.70 291.40 280.60 285.60 6,364,758 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 8,976.8 680.1 18.9 13.9 4,114

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21/2/2014
20:00
Another thought: was the drop in any way connected to the announcement ref buying of options......dropped low to accommodate a nice share price for the options buying. I guess late reported buys would confirm either way, but not showed up yet. A very interesting share this one.
neilyb675
20/2/2014
16:44
Thanks Neily, very interesting. Was on the verge of buying around 78p but bottled out in the end. Just dont know quite enough about the company yet but yes, I agree, looks like it could make a fantastic recovery play.....one day.
acwill
20/2/2014
16:33
finished the day 1% up..................above average volume. Thoughts crossed my mind: - is a rights issue coming (Lanebrook own most of the company so would not want to dilute themselves) - a while back a large transaction was rumoured i.e. merger (cant remember the parties concerned but it was definitely posted on the LSE bulletin board) - is this strange trading in some way linked - I received an email a while back after showing my concern for the falling share price.....no RNS has been forthcoming from the BOD but they must be aware.
neilyb675
20/2/2014
16:01
incredible ride, NOW LEVEL FOR THE DAY !!!
neilyb675
20/2/2014
15:41
acwill Todays trading action very interesting indeed - at one point these were virtually 6% down, FOR WHAT REASON >>>??? No news specific to EVR. This remains very volatile and has bounced back to circa 82p and only marginally (0.4% down) on the day. I have a small holding bought at 83p with a view to adding but not at the moment. Seems to deal in 3% movements very regularly. I think this has the potential to be a super recovery share, but buy in stages is my strategy/opinion.
neilyb675
20/2/2014
10:20
Neily, cutting a lonely figure here. Tempted to join in in time but I guess the troubles in Ukraine having negative impact on the stock. Could be a nice rebound though when/if things get resolved peacefully. Heres hoping.
acwill
19/2/2014
16:42
still fairly volatile
neilyb675
16/2/2014
13:41
J.P.Morgan 5th Annual Global Emerging Markets Corporate Conference 24 - 26 February Miami
neilyb675
11/2/2014
16:40
up 3.1%, looks much better Closing Price 85.75 (GBX) on 11/02/2014 on Market (LSE)
neilyb675
06/2/2014
16:36
had a nice email back from Sergey _______________________________________ Dear Neil, We have received and considered your letter. We have passed it alongside with our suggestions to the top management. We will reinforce our communication with the market on business performance of the company. Kind regards, Sergey -----Original Message----- From: Neil XXXXXXX Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2014 2:07 PM To: EVRAZ Investor Relations Subject: BoD response to continual fall Dear Sergey, Irina, Natalia, I write to you as a concerned shareholder. Since November the shares have lost 35% of their value. I understand the markets have shown some weakness but evraz seems to be being punished more than any others. In lieu of any bad news to justify this fall can the board of directors please reassure the market that there is no specific reason for the continual fall and share price weakness. In fact Lanebrook took up their options as disclosed recently, surely a sign of confidence in the business. Best regards Neil XXXXXXX Sent from my Xperia¬ô smartphone
neilyb675
05/2/2014
10:27
up 3.7% LIVE
neilyb675
05/2/2014
06:45
J.P.Morgan 5th Annual Global Emerging Markets Corporate Conference 24 - 26 February Miami
neilyb675
03/2/2014
19:10
Global steel industry set for recovery By Tanya Powley, Manufacturing Correspondent "The global steel industry is expected to make a recovery this year led by a rebound in Europe and the rest of the world, offsetting a slowdown in Chinese growth. World production of steel will rise by 3.6 per cent in 2014, with growth finally returning to Europe after bottoming out last year, according to a Financial Times poll of 15 steel analysts. A 2.4 per cent year-on-year increase in output in Europe, following six years of decline, will partly offset a slowdown in China as the world's biggest steel producer moves from an investment to a services-driven economy. Chinese steel production is expected to rise year-on-year by just 4 per cent, compared with about 6 per cent in 2013, according to top steel analysts. Matthew De Morgan, chief executive officer of Duferco, the world's biggest steel trader, said: "The steel sector will have a better 2014 in terms of volumes and we are past the bottom from this perspective, but the pricing outlook is not spectacular." The research supports forecasts by the World Steel Association that growth rates for Chinese steel consumption will drop below the rest of the world for the first time since 2006. The industry body expects world steel demand excluding China to rise by 3.5 per cent year on year, surpassing growth of 3 per cent in China. Overall global growth last year was 3.1 per cent. John Lichtenstein, global managing director of Accenture's metals industry group, said: "This pattern will probably persist for the indefinite future as China shifts to a services and consumer-driven economic growth model, and growth in the other emerging economies takes stronger hold." The bulk of new steel production capacity growth is instead expected to come from regions such as India, the Gulf, Latin America and former Soviet states over the next few years, according to Brian Levich of Metal Bulletin Research. The pick-up in European output will provide a boost to companies' earnings, particularly Europe-based steelmakers such as ArcelorMittal and ThyssenKrupp, which have been hit by weak demand on the continent in the construction and car industries. In recent months, steel companies have become more optimistic on the outlook. In November, Lakshmi Mittal, chief executive of ArcelorMittal, said it had passed the bottom of its two-year slump, while Tata Steel also noted modest improvements. "All the indicators are moving in a positive direction; therefore, we are cautiously optimistic about the prospects for 2014," said Mr Mittal, the Indian billionaire. "But top steel analysts warned there remained significant problems in the steel sector that would continue to weigh on profits and prevent a full recovery. Seth Rosenfeld, analyst at Jefferies, said the industry remained "structurally impaired" by significant excess production capacity and low pricing power. "Following years of demand destruction, a key risk for 2014 is that steelmakers may be too aggressive in restarting idled capacity in an effort to capitalise on current strength and take market share," he said. "Should this happen, volumes may pick up but prices will remain depressed." While analysts foresee a strengthening of the recovery in steel output, they are far from predicting a return to the days of rapid global growth seen before the financial crisis. World steel output between 2003 and 2007 rose more than 6 per cent a year for six years in a row, driven by a surge in production and consumption in China. Between 2000 and 2012 the country tripled its share of world steel output from 15 per cent to 46 per cent."
neilyb675
03/2/2014
18:05
Exercise by Lanebrook Limited of 33,944,928 Warrants which granted Lanebrook Limited the right to subscribe to 33,944,928 new Ordinary Shares of the Issuer during the Exercise/Conversion Period, from 17 January 2014 until 17 April 2014.
neilyb675
03/2/2014
18:04
http://www.investegate.co.uk/evraz-plc--evr-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201401301145108912Y/ Roman bought 15 million more.
neilyb675
12/1/2014
21:01
Please note that I have just started a thread for this sector, which may be of interest to readers: BASE METALS & INDUSTRIAL MINERALS: Shares & Sector (BASE) http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=31193980 Please feel free to contribute your ideas, info., charts, & discussion.
hedgehog 100
09/9/2013
12:10
Substantial BUY .
wapper
29/8/2013
09:57
Yup. A bowl if ever I saw one.
brucie5
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