Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hochschild Mining Plc LSE:HOC London Ordinary Share GB00B1FW5029 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -2.81% 103.70 355,773 13:32:49
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
103.60 103.80 106.40 102.90 106.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 600.00 101.55 11.09 8.4 530
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:32:48 AT 2,440 103.70 GBX

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Hochschild Mining Daily Update: Hochschild Mining Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HOC. The last closing price for Hochschild Mining was 106.70p.
Hochschild Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 102.90p and a 12 week average price of 97p.
The 1 year high share price is 175.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 70p.
There are currently 511,414,725 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,620,243 shares. The market capitalisation of Hochschild Mining Plc is £529,314,240.38.
stevea171: PB. How is JPM supposed to be controling the HOC share price forcing it lower atm? They acted as agent for the sale of Eduardo's 12% stake in 2020. I'm not aware their interest extended beyond that. In global silver production HOC is a very minor player. I would of thought not worth JPM being bothered with.
rathkum: May be this could be the catalyst to kick start the share price if (a big IF) we get an announcement this month. Hochschild Mining expects the Peruvian government to grant it permission to extend the productive life of its flagship Inmaculada mine until 2042. Bustamante said the process is underway, adding an answer should be coming as early as the end of the second quarter of the year.
stevea171: Aclara from C$1.70 in December to under 50c now. Seems HOC got the timimg just right for HOC but a disaster for holders .... For an IPO you want to build confidence with news and a steady up move in the share price after listing. HOC has managed on both fronts the opposite!
back2basics1: In this case, I completely agree with Barclays, HOC share price is now clearly way too oversold and undervalued here with PM’s market cap currently trading at crazy low valuations, particularly as compared to peers. “Barclays upgrades Hochschild Mining after selloff”: “Barclays upgraded its stance on Hochschild Mining on Wednesday to ‘overweight’ from ‘equalweight’, arguing that this week’s selloff presents a value opportunity.” HTTPS://
rathkum: Barclays upgrades Hochschild Mining after selloff Barclays upgraded its stance on Hochschild Mining on Wednesday to ‘overweight’ from ‘equalweight’, arguing that this week’s selloff presents a value opportunity. Hochschild Mining 26 April 2022 17:17:31 Hochschild Mining Source: Sharecast Shares in the gold miner tanked on Tuesday after Hochschild said it would fight plans by the Peruvian government to shut its mines there on environmental grounds. Barclays said: "The selloff in the shares this week in response to the threat of mine closures presents a significant value opportunity, in our view. "While we cannot completely rule out risks of mines being shut (downside scenario delivers -61% to 45p/share), we believe the subsequent softening of the Peruvian government's tone suggests the around 60% valuation discount versus peers on P/NPV and 2022E EV/EBITDA presents a significant risk-reward opportunity." The bank also highlighted "significant" further upside potential from Inmaculada reserve upgrades, a value unlock from the Aclara demerger and upside risks to precious metals pricing. Barclays cut its price target to 165p from 185p.
rathkum: Hochschild Mining boss at a loss to explain tumbling shares amid rebounding profits By: Nicholas Earl Citywire Hochschild Mining (Hochschild) chief executive Ignatio Bustamante was highly encouraged and excited by the group’s upturn in performance, and was unsure why this was not reflected in the group’s stock market performance. Despite its improved performance reflected in its freshly published full year results, shares are down 4.55 per cent on the FTSE 250. He told City A.M. “We remain significantly undervalued compared to our peers, and this should present a very attractive story to the market.” Despite the miner reporting doubling profits and a hefty 30 per cent rebound in revenues, its shares have dropped 4.55 per cent on the FTSE 250. Bustamante argued: “I do believe that the market is still looking at us cautiously.” Hochschild’s rebounding results were in line with market expectations, but the company has faced difficulties from both Covid-driven supply chain disruption and the Peruvian authorities in recent months The mining compay’s stock market performance has generally declined over the past 12 months (Source: London Stock Exchange) Last November, the Peruvian head of cabinet indicated that approvals mining exploration would no longer be granted following environmental complaints. As a consequence, the London-listed miner seemingly faced from southern Ayacucho, Pallancata and Inmaculada, which sent its share price plunging from 164.6p to just 70p. Thankfully, its performance recovered after the government U-turned from this position, with Hochschild maintaining its Peruvian projects. JP Morgan has outlined potential headwinds over its operations in its latest analyst note. The investment bank said: “We continue to believe there are mixed operating risks, particularly around extending the reserve lives of its mines.” However, JP Morgan has remained overweight in the miner, and considers the group’s latest acquisitions to present opportunity to boost its growth and diversity its business beyond Peru. In particular it praised its recent acquisition of Amarillo Gold, with the deal expected to be wrapped up imminently. It said: “Hochschild does not look excessively expensive on an absolute and relative basis. The recent acquisition of Amarillo Gold also offers it nearer-term growth with the Posse project in Brazil and helps diversify the group outside of Peru.”
stevea171: If HOC results tomorrow are very good as expected and it avoids the drop from the Ftse250 next week we could see the share price move significantly higher this week and next. This would be a 'catch up' for the PM rises that so far have not translated to the share price here.
stevea171: Motley Fool. A ‘no-brainer217; FTSE 250 stock to buy now! Hochschild Mining (LSE: HOC) is a silver and gold mining company operating in Argentina, Chile, and Peru. It is clear that this stock has been performing year in, year out for its shareholders. The calendar years from 2016 to 2020 tell a story of extraordinary growth. The earnings per share (EPS) data from 2016 was ¢0.11, rising to ¢6 in 2020. What this means is that the company’s EPS has a compounding annual growth rate of 122%. This is competitive by any standard and is a major reason why Hochschild Mining stands out to me on the FTSE 250. Furthermore, a production report for the 2021 calendar year revealed that the company was producing gold and silver with all-in costs per ounce of $1210 and $14, respectively. At current levels, Hochschild’s production costs are 33.7% and 39% below the market price. The company will inevitably benefit when it sells these precious metals to market. With the upcoming US Federal Reserve rate hike, however, I am concerned that the underlying silver and gold prices will be negatively impacted. While this is possible, there is not actually a strong historical correlation between rate hikes and commodity slumps. The FTSE 250 stock will soon acquire Amarillo Gold, based in Brazil. This is an example of how the management is eager to expand and fits the “long-term strategy of acquiring and optimising development stage projects”. Hochschild is clearly thinking long term.
sotolo: Nick Barron, I have never had a short, nor would I even know how to, what a strange suggestion when I only try to explain the share price. I am not suggesting the share price will fall further, just why it is where it is. I am a long term holder for family sentimental reasons, pleased that exploration is finally coming up with replacement ounces, worried at the cost of mining them. The Hoc rise in aisc has been much higher than competitors, but looking forward I hope they can discover a plan for getting it down, otherwise a bit hand to mouth unless metals take off. However the Hochschilds have been miming in S America for a very long time, and I am full of hope for silver even if only a third of our output is related to its price. Finally hedging a quarter or third is not normal for Hochschild or many of it’s rivals particularly if they have a reasonable cost base, and the company is clear why it is doing so and it is very specific, to keep Pallancata that is nearing the end of its life viable slightly longer until/if more is discovered, they have never mentioned hedging to back a loan? So I am not sure where you are coming from, but wish you all the best with your investment here if you have one.
theblackbaron: Gold and silver will have flown up by then and hoc share price will be much higher before 1st March ta charts suggest bottomed or final bottom within next two weeks
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