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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goldplat Plc LSE:GDP London Ordinary Share GB00B0HCWM45 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.375 4.63% 8.475 8.25 8.70 9.10 8.00 8.00 3,036,305 15:42:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 24.8 -1.1 -1.3 - 14

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27/2/2020
19:04
Thanks. Didn't know that existed.
djt83
27/2/2020
18:55
this one -it is displayed on the trades tab for todays trades -
sea7
27/2/2020
17:52
Which platform did you see that on?
djt83
27/2/2020
17:31
late report of a trade of over 460k shares at 6.5p showed up
sea7
27/2/2020
17:25
yep shareholder - more to come. UK is seeing some now and selling off in markets once the USA starts getting it more, then a further sell off will ensue. traders that have never seen a bear market are likely to be experiencing their first one now. They may buy the drop, however, as it drops further, more panic will set in and they will be squealing for fed/ecb/boe etc support, however, stimulus doesn't work when global supply chains are interrupted, profit forecasts are written down and the over inflated stock market just simply implodes. i hear talk of "circuit breakers" -- waste of time - just delays the inevitable and will get in the way.
sea7
27/2/2020
16:41
Are we about to enter the greatest crash of all time. It's been 10 years since the last one and the red flags are flying.Northern rock / Corona virus.When people in the US start to get this we could have a market crash next week At the moment they are just not drinking Corona, they don't get it, I could not believe this when I was told but does not surprise me.Watch the panic next week
shareholder7
27/2/2020
16:41
yep -spot on - when you have 88k oz in TSF, low grade stockpile, Kili and the recovery business as asset backing, shareholders can aggressively buy the dips caused by punters selling out when the overall market plummets - not so in most other shares.
shill10
27/2/2020
16:23
yep - I recall the 2008 collapse and GDP stayed solid, however, did move 20% down at the worst point and then quickly recovered and gained a bit. Then it powered on to new highs. It does have great defensive qualities to it, in times such as this.
sea7
27/2/2020
15:49
Isn't it ironic that all the shares apart from GDP are all plummeting.After all these years we've actually made a great call
shareholder7
27/2/2020
12:40
I'm afraid we are looking at a very bad outcome re the virus ,extremely worrying. For GDP, unlike 99% of companies, it doesn't even matter if some of its activities are disrupted short term, the holdings of Gold in TSF/low grade stockpile and Kili mean that the share price could be 5-10 times higher than now in a worst case where Gold goes above $2,000 - and I do not say that lightly.
shill10
27/2/2020
12:20
Kimboy the effect on GDP of the consequent rise in gold will be humungous? IMHO.
michaelfenton
27/2/2020
11:44
I think gold is going to remain strong for some time. IMV there is little doubt that the UK is going into recession. The forecast, reported on Sky yesterday, seems to be about -1% but that will depend on how bad the virus gets. Newsnight were reporting that the Government's worst case scenario involved digging mass graves as the system would be flooded with too many bodies to deal with. Don't think it will get that bad but IMV it will get worse than seems to be the central projection atm. Donald Trump putting a climate denier in charge of their response, having sacked most of the scientists, doesn't encourage an optimistic view. I suspect that the rand will be very fragile if/when there is an acknowledged outbreak in South Africa. The question for us is what will be the effect on GDP of the consequent rise in gold price from all this.
kimboy2
27/2/2020
11:19
Talk of Feb doing QE4 as markets fall which will help gold even more Good to see a plan come together albeit a few years later than what I thought
shareholder7
27/2/2020
07:33
Djt - thanks good point.
michaelfenton
27/2/2020
06:38
Hi Michael. Those are the trades I was referring to. 2 x 190k and 1 x 100k. During the last half hour of trading, I could sell 100k shares at 6.04. When the bid moved to 6.1 shortly before close, the best price I got was 6.13 to sell. So it seems to me that those orders were being filled in the background. Both were executed above the price at which I could sell, which led me to believe that they were buys.
djtaylor1
27/2/2020
06:01
djt83 - all I can find is 100,000 SELL at 6.2 at 17.08 and 190,000 SELL at 6.159 at 16.37 - what have I missed please.
michaelfenton
26/2/2020
18:21
good spot - very unusual, lets see what happens tomorrow.
shill10
26/2/2020
18:09
Some nice chunky after market buys just reported. Hopefully bodes well for tomorrow.
djt83
26/2/2020
18:06
agreed. Also with Anumso. Did a bit of digging, Ashanti decided to exercise its option to take 51% on 5/11/18 - this valued GDP's remaining holding at $1.5 mill also - it declined to pay $1.5 mill for a further 24% (which would have valued GDP's current holding at $3 mill) - but crucially both of these decisions were taken with Gold at $1230 and c$1280. Putting an exact value on Goldplat's 49% holding now is complete guesswork, but one can safely assume that it is a lot more than $1.5 million, given that Gold has risen roughly $400 in the meantime - the wording in the results reads to me that they have an agreement with a buyer and are dotting the i's and crossing the t's.
shill10
26/2/2020
17:40
Any buyer for Kili could always sell gold forward if they wanted; htTps://www.lme.com/en-GB/Metals/Precious-metals/LME-Gold#tabIndex=0 as could GDP for the recovery operations. I think that the effect of the gold price rise on GDP is being underestimated at present.
kimboy2
26/2/2020
17:34
from memory Werner did a video for full year results - hopefully avoiding the cameras as wants to dodge questions because of an imminent Kili deal !!!
shill10
26/2/2020
17:18
Indeed. A little patience required, we appear to be in a new trading range of 5.8p (Ooi buy level) to 7.7p high. Thats after trebling from 2.5p to 7.5p in less than a month. Still think Kimboy's target of 20p is completely realistic if Gold stays above $1500 - Werner has played it smart again with a super conservative outlook, basically not pricing in any of the rise from the first half Gold Price average of c $1470. Expect another beat of profit expectations announcement in April plus news on Anumso for sure and hopefully Kili - if I was the buyer for Kili, would want to see Gold at least stabilise above $1500 for a weeks before committing , no one wants to pay the top of a spike, understandably.
shill10
26/2/2020
17:01
nope - seen nothing from WHI or Werner.
sea7
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