Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gemfields Group Limited LSE:GEM London Ordinary Share GG00BG0KTL52 ORD USD0.00001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.25 -7.25% 16.00 156,139 11:00:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.50 16.50 17.25 16.00 17.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 257.71 104.42 4.00 4.0 189
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:06:45 O 11,500 16.30 GBX

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2022-06-28 14:06:4716.3011,5001,874.50O
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2022-06-28 11:19:5716.1922,0003,561.80O
2022-06-28 09:56:1216.0030,0004,800.00O
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Gemfields Daily Update: Gemfields Group Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GEM. The last closing price for Gemfields was 17.25p.
Gemfields Group Limited has a 4 week average price of 15.90p and a 12 week average price of 15.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 19.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.75p.
There are currently 1,182,954,887 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 104,845 shares. The market capitalisation of Gemfields Group Limited is £189,272,781.92.
gill17: It's just a shame that the share price didn't move upwards yesterday-looking forward to long term gains though.
chickbait: saracen3 The market summary for the past 5 years for GEM is not so good is it. Down over 57% Did you get spiked! Is this why you are ramping so much?? Market Summary > Gemfields Group Ltd 17.44 GBX -23.18 (-57.07%)past 5 years 13 Jun, 16:30 BST • Disclaimer
chickbait: Making Money Investing in Gems: The Top 5 Rules hxxps:// As a rule, gems increase in value at the rate of inflation. This means you should assume that a bad deal today will be a bad deal in 3 weeks or 3 years when you ... Rule #2: You’re Unlikely to Recover From a Bad Buy on a Gem As a rule, gems increase in value at the rate of inflation. This means you should assume that a bad deal today will be a bad deal in 3 weeks or 3 years when you eventually sell.
divmad: Is the Gem dividend subject to withholding tax for a UK resident investor?
chickbait: Are synthetic gems cheaper? Image result for are synthetic gems a good investment Synthetic diamonds are cheaper than mined diamonds by about 20 to 40 percent on average. Man-made gems share the same physical and chemical properties as natural diamonds.
gill17: I finally located my Pallinghurst share certificate and it seems I have 11460 shares. Now I am really taking notice of the share price! I probably bought them in 2009 and I have no idea if I'm in profit, but at this point I don't really care.
saracen3: CO broker comment Gemfields - Another set of record auction results - Gemfields rich run of form continues with its highest ever auction result in commercial quality emeralds, generating $42.3m at an average price per carat of $9.37/ct, this compares to the next best result last summer of $23.1m at $6.61/ct. Gemfields is now in an excellent position with balance sheet repaired, investing in a 200% increase in washplant capacity at Montepuez and a market in coloured gemstones that appears even stronger than diamonds. NB the timing of this auction – from mid-March to start April – suggests pricing unaffected by Russia/Ukraine. Relevant for both Gemfields and all the diamond names (Petra, Gem Diamonds in our coverage) Let me know if you’d like a call with the company I strongly think this is the time to look at the stock.
saracen3: Liberum note today, Gemfields has rallied well this year, but is still on sub 2x EV/EBITDA with significant pricing upside, production growth, and a maiden dividend to help underpin the valuation. Big net cash balance sheet, supportive LT s/holder came on late last year highlighting the long-term value. And country risk in Mozambique (a key barrier to many) is unquestionably falling. Plenty of scope for the shares to sustain recent momentum and keep outperforming On Montepuez mine Expansion capex as previously guided. Tripling throughput of processing plant (200t per hour currently, building 400t next door) Capex cost $55m, payback 12 months This is bottleneck. No change needed for sort house Also opens up further exploration in region. Looking to update MRM CPR with much broader coverage, should => upgrade LoM (and compensate for additional throughput post washplant expansion) Not a tripling of revenue, but hopeful of doubling once full run-rate in 23 (lower grade ore) Insurgency situation in Mozambique much more stable. Gas (Exxon, Total) could restart in summer Slightly behind schedule, due to excess rain, but FINANCIALS Revenues “certainly hope repeatable” in FY22 But EBITDA/FCF might not be repeatable. 9m of mining in 21 not 12m, and capex lower. Opex probably $20-30m higher Capex to increase “significantly” in 22 NB also Mozambique tax also paid 1y delayed 17% FCF margin in 2019, so the potential is clearly there Mid-term revenue outlook - should do $250m MRM, then $110m Kagem => $360-380m + c$20m Faberge => c£400m revenues “Disappointed if not above 400 in 23-24+” CAPITAL ALLOCATION $20m divi today not “special”; as quoted in RNS. Defined as such due to SA regulator quirk. Regular dividend, top of agenda. Implies 7% yield At ZAR2.50 would consider buyback, but probably not up here Don’t think ready for a formal divi / capital allocation policy. See the value, but unlikely for another 12 months AUCTION PRICING AND DEMAND Q4 auctions v strong. Only 1 month post Ukraine. Next auction underway in Jaipur (commercial for Kagem) – queus are long. No reason to see pricing or demand decay. Russia demand probably <1% of sales FABERGE Online sales are still seeing growth, but slowing. Can flex marketing spend in response to this No sales network or production in Russia Wholesale biz remains strong, no decline in end-sales to customer SEDIBELO – IPO WHEELS IN MOTION, PROCEEDS WOULD BE RETURNED Stake in private PGM mine in SA. Was in books at $24m, now written up to $37m (on FX rates and PGM basket price) Hearing it is working on IPO, on NYSE, currently working with Evercore on market sounding, with JPM involved. Obv no guarantees Dream would be cash sale, would then expect to return c80% straight to s/holders Also talking to other s/holders re pre-IPO stake sale. Could sell part of stake then be locked up. Thanks for reminding me to post this Chicken.
chickbait: hxxps:// Natural vs. Lab Created Ruby Arguments for lab created vs natural ruby gemstones and jewelry is well documented. For those deciding between which to purchase, take a look at our guide for the facts of each and decide what works best for you. Natural rubies Are the ones that were formed over time by the components of the earth crust. Natural rubies are found in nature and require no other treatment than to be cut and polished. These are the real stones with high price tags. They vary widely due to their imperfections and impurities. This is due to the fact their process of formation is not controlled or not under moderation conditions. Often, different forms and types of gemstones can be found in just one dig. A good representation of this can be a find of smoky quartz together with amethyst and citrine. Although they are all crystals, they all possess their distinct impurities which express different colors. Synthetic rubies Are created in a laboratory under controlled and monitored conditions. The process is started with a “seed” given by a natural ruby. The growth and creation are precisely regulated that the resulting gemstones have the desired attributes. In laboratory gemstones, the irrelevant inclusions and impurities that are often found in natural gems are not present in laboratory ones. Still, these lab created rubies possess the same chemical, physical, and optical characteristics as the naturally occurring rubies. This fact makes them seem “too” perfect. Some of the more famous laboratory gemstones are sapphires and emeralds. Genuine rubies Are stones that started as natural stones but were treated in one or more media which has influenced their appearance. These types of treatments are often used to improve the appearance of stones towards the desired color or to make them luster. The type of rubies you want and prefer for yourself greatly depends on the money you have to yourself. Natural rubies are costly than the lab created ones. The value of natural ones tend to appreciate with time and the majority of investors and collectors tend to prefer authentic rubies to laboratory ones. Lab-made Rubies Give a more affordable option for jewelry lovers to own more. The perfectness factor is undoubtedly an attractive index that draws lots of attention. This factor adds to the beauty of the jewelry as well. ALL ABOUT NATURAL VERSUS LAB RUBIES Buying gemstones can be a very difficult process, especially when the deal involves some of the rather unscrupulous sellers of nowadays. Hence, how would you know if a ruby is natural or lab created? It is always better if the decision is made by oneself but if you cannot, then make an inquiry. A reputable jeweler or seller should be honest with you concerning the origin of the stone. In case they do not know or they are not willing to say, you may consider going somewhere else to make your purchase. Although the differences between the two pieces of jewelry may not be readily visible on physical examination, there may exist vivid and significant differences between the pieces. The choice between a real and otherwise jewelry relies solemnly on your budget and preferences. Below are some of the necessary terms you should understand in an attempt to differentiate between a real and laboratory rubies.
chickbait: Gemfields back on Aim at similar grade - Investors' Chronicle › 2020/02/17 › ge... 18 Feb 2020 — Gemfields (GEM) has returned to Aim more than two years after it exited ... we get both bad grade, and also poor quality crystals,” he said.
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