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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 82.68 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
80.12 81.66
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 9,972.53 3,232.23 153.81 0.5 1,205
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 82.68 GBX

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01/7/202209:15Evraz Group (Russian steel)3,261
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Evraz Daily Update: Evraz Plc is listed in the Industrial Metals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EVR. The last closing price for Evraz was 82.68p.
Evraz Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 648.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 50.58p.
There are currently 1,456,872,603 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Evraz Plc is £1,204,542,268.16.
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.
dil 21: Nah. That £1.88 will be discounted by the same amount as the rest of the share is so probably be worth about 25% or 47p a share on top of the suspended price. Once the suspension is lifted though my guess is the share price will do what Polymetal’s share price has. Until then cross your fingers and hope for peace.
waldron: 1 April 2022 DEMERGER UPDATE - PROJECT CANCELATION 1 April 2022 - EVRAZ plc (the "Issuer", the "Company") informs that further to the Company's announcement on 11 March 2022 regarding the suspension of the process of the demerger of its coal assets consolidated under PJSC Raspadskaya (the "Demerger"), the Company wishes to provide an update. As explained in the Circular to shareholders published on 15 December 2021 (the "Demerger Circular"), completion of the Demerger was subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions. The General Meeting of the Company held on 11 January 2022 approved the Demerger which was conditional on the approval of the directors of the Company. EVRAZ Shareholders voted in favour of the Resolutions having considered the risks and uncertainties described in Part IV (Risk Factors) of the Demerger Circular. In light of the unprecedented sanctions against Russia and Russian special economic measures in response to sanctions, which were outside of control of the Company, execution of the transaction became technically impossible and the decision has been taken not to proceed with the Demerger. As a result, EVRAZ Shareholders registered on the EVRAZ Share Register at the Demerger Record Time will not receive their RASP Shares, the RASP Group will not separate from the EVRAZ Group and will continue to form a part of the EVRAZ Group. As long as the RASP Group remains a part of the EVRAZ Group, the Company's shares will also represent an interest in the RASP Group subject to the Company's listing of shares being restored. Terms used and not defined in this announcement bear the meanings given in the Demerger Circular. ###
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
the millipede: “Dont really understand all this (re the £1.88), exciting it is though. Gut tells me that is the short term target” You don’t understand it because some people are talking gibberish. Same on LSE. There was a de-merger of certain Russian assets, thought to be worth around £1.88 per share. This de-merger is going ahead but the body looking after the Russia Index has said the value of the de-merged entity in the index will be zero. I imagine they take the view western shareholders will never see any value from it. Some people here have taken this to mean the de-merger is not happening and therefore that EVR’s share price should be worth an extra £1.88. This is nonsense, and reflects either deep ignorance or an attempt to suck in the unwary. The truth is this share price has a lot further to fall. Even if the war and all sanctions end tomorrow EVR shares would likely be worth just north of around £4.00. So the potential return in the best case scenario is not even 10 times from here. In fact, there seems a far greater chance this situation will go on for months and western governments will gradually make it virtually impossible to hold Russian assets like this, especially those involved in the war effort. It is no surprise to me that brokers are slowly but surely refusing to deal in these shares. Probably the only thing giving these shares value is the imminent dividend payment. Once that is paid or not paid, EVR shares won’t be worth anything. The idea not paying the dividend would be well received by the market is laughable. I would not want to be in this over the weekend……;
garycook: Seeing 188p,as to be added to the current EVR share price of 53p,then it could open around 240p.Could be an interesting day.
rougepierre: There seem to be many people especially on EVR and POLY boards complaining that they can't buy shares at all or only in small numbers... I've been on II for many years and have experienced similar problems before but what you have to understand is there are at least a couple of things causing these hiccups... 1 These two shares are regularly going into auction. A very good hint is when you see the Bid price higher than the Offer won't be able to deal while this is so... 2 The flow of shares from sales is sporadic and highly variable and the share price is changing by the second so... Based on either or both of the above, I've found that the thing NOT to do is leave a Pending Buy order...these are executed manually in the order they are received. I left one on the other day and it took 25 minutes to execute; the price may work for you by the time it is dealt but it could equally go against you. You could try a 'Fill or Kill' and these have higher priority; if the can't be dealt immediately within your price limit they MUST be killed. But in fact what I do instead is simply keep refreshing the deal (i.e. 'Preview Order, Amend, Preview Order, Amend, etc) until a live price is quoted. It took me about 30 refreshes on one occasion but eventually I got filled. Also I have had a couple of occasions where I pressed the button on a live price and the deal failed, presumably because the price changed suddenly. I don't know but patience wins out. Finally, using the above approaches, I have not once failed to buy or sell the size I wanted and it was significant particularly in POLY towards the end of play today that the market was readily taking stock and at times bidding for significant size. As someone suggested earlier...there was/is a ready buyer... Good luck and hope this helps...
scrwal: I'm a bit confused as well. Is it implying that the immediate open price on Monday will be 188p higher than the Friday close but then it reverts back to the closing price immediately or will the higher price stay as is subject to market forces? I can't see the point of it as they are saying RASP is valued at 0p now so there is no impact on the current EVR price. Is it just a legal technicality thing that has no immediate price ramifications at all?
pre: Courtesy of MaverickD on LSE thread: MaverickD Posts: 13,062 Price: 58.30 No Opinion The FactsToday 09:12 We have seen the price drop due to the wider geo politics and the fact Evraz was known to be coming out of the FTSE 100. Fundamentals are strong: Revenues $14 bil EBITDA $5 bil Free Cash Flow $2.25 bil Net Profit $3.1 bil Current market cap: £875 mil Everyone is talking Russia and yes Evraz have mines in Russia , but they are divesting their coking coal business and these are are large proportion of what they have in Russia - this was a deal done in 2021 and completes in a few months. What some don't recognise or are conveniently ignoring is the fact that Evraz is a British Multi-national and is headquartered in London. It has operations in Kazakhstan, Italy, Czech Republic, USA, Canada and Ukraine and Russia. So considering all these factors I do expect to see a sustained rally in the share price I am on the buy button again this morning. One more point to factor in is the fact this qtrs dividend will be paid and that means 37/38p hitting your account - I emailed Investor Relations yesterday, so if you are in doubt suggest you do the same. With reference to some scaremongering re: suspension, Evraz is not listed in Russia and as stated many times it is Headquartered in the UK hxxps://
wallywoo: Greed seems to rule the waves here, but the share price is telling us something else. Nearly all EVR assets are based in Russia, the market is telling us EVR shareholders are going to lose those assets (ie seized by the Russian government).Just saying what the share price is telling us.
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