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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hummingbird Resources Plc LSE:HUM London Ordinary Share GB00B60BWY28 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 31.50 30.00 30.50 31.25 30.25 31.25 916,862 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 118.3 7.1 1.2 27.4 113

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20/3/2018
16:03
lasata, I have set -5% drops as my threshold for new positions, so yes, I did open another this morning. My next would be at c. 30.59.
chipperfrd
20/3/2018
15:46
Excuse the intended pun......."Golden" buying opportunity today which I hope all long term holders took advantage of
lasata
20/3/2018
14:39
Chip - yes very good value to us especially if the share price rises as I think it will when we are solidly into production. Unfortunately some will sell as they see it as dilution.
charles clore
20/3/2018
14:34
There will be 6.197m shares issued on the 31st March in payment (to LPMDO) for their 5% profit share and 1% royalty. This was in an RNS on 13/6/17. Actually looks to be good value to HUM over the LoM. At today's share price and $/£ rate it works out at c. US$2.863m in shares. Just the 1% royalty would have been worth c. US$10m over 7 years at predicted revenues. Chip
chipperfrd
20/3/2018
14:16
Why do they need to issue shares?
qs99
20/3/2018
14:15
peep sayin on other board that lotta shares gonna be issued in few days is that true or some one pullin the yarn from the sheep when coat still on 4 legs
fsawatcher
20/3/2018
13:56
CT, They obviously need free cash flow in order to buy back shares! Far too early for that to be the case as they are not even in commercial production yet. For goodness sake, have patience, all in good time. Perhaps they might start buybacks in 12 months or so if the share price is still under-valued. Chip
chipperfrd
20/3/2018
13:44
Iasata. Look up the last Dan Betts interview, he mentions it in there.
darola
20/3/2018
13:28
CT........at what stage are the company suggesting buybacks are a possibility? With commercial production of 10k per month due soon I would suggest this is not the time to be selling........ignore the noise and look at the fundamentals.
lasata
20/3/2018
13:28
Support at 32 has held for many months now. With news of commercial production on the way I can't see this being broken. Imo the more likely explanation for recent weakness is: 1. General weakness across whole sector and 2. short term traders following 'buy on rumour, sell on news'. Perhaps some were banking on a quicker win and didn't feel like hanging around. There is no reason for investors to bail out at this stage.
casual47
20/3/2018
13:24
got a few below 31.5p in special offer. Unable to sell and isa as that allocated. In a year probably an unbelievable price. stillroom to buy more. TNZ syndrome quite a worrier!
edjge2
20/3/2018
13:05
Iasata - there are sellers because of the poor communications in place. The RNS was not comprehensive, the feed on a Twitter was incorrect, the management say buy backs are a possibility and the share price continues to fall. If this continues you will be able to buy at a much cheaper level.
cockneytrader
20/3/2018
12:30
These guys need to start shoring up the share price with buy backs. They say buybacks are a possibility. Don't just say it, bloody well do it! Don't give the market ammunition. The coins were just a waste of time and money, how much will they be over spot? At Sharps Pixley, I can purchase one oz gold bar at £966, or one oz Britannia at £981. Don't sweat the small stuff. Bringing out private investors to Mali is all well and good, but this isn't helping the share price.
cockneytrader
20/3/2018
11:01
thanks really useful. Would be interesting if Mali govt after all its positive statements with HUM, then said thanks for spending all that money, getting it here so professionally, now we are going to hammer your future profits so you make diddly squat for the risk? I suppose that may be typical Africa, but was expecting slightly more from this project no? DYOR etc, but a bit like the TNZ govt, surely you are just alienating foreign investors?
qs99
20/3/2018
10:58
Just for a possible idea on how a change in Gov royalties might impact the project I am including a simple table of post-tax NPV(8%) with differing levels of royalties and gold price. I have left tax at 30% (could increase of course!). Left Gov free carry at 20% and included Sustaining CAPEX (estimated) and D&A (estimated). Yanfolila project sensitivities to Royalty and Gold price: all in US$m, 7yr LoM only. Gold Price (US$/oz) 1,250 1,300 1,350 1,400 Gov 3% 156.4 166.0 183.3 200.6Royalty 4% 151.7 161.3 178.4 195.6 5% 147.0 156.7 173.6 190.5 6% 142.3 159.9 168.8 185.5 Clearly, this table is only based on my own NPV model and is therefore subject to error even though I have tried to use actual data provided by HUM. Under the new mining law it is possible that royalty levels, tax and free carry could all increase. We will have to wait and see what transpires. However, based on just the royalty doubling, the NPV sensitivity does not indicate it would be a 'game changer'. Just IMHO of course, Chip
chipperfrd
20/3/2018
10:38
Looks overdone IMO and here comes the bounce GLA...
qs99
20/3/2018
10:29
That was a "steal" this a.m.!
lasata
20/3/2018
10:22
The speculation and obfuscation here are reaching Russian nerve agent levels. What will be ascribed to the shareprice movements next? I note that the other Mali gold miners are not behaving the same way. Curious that. But I suppose anything can be crowbarred into an explanation if you want to fit a narrative.
casual47
20/3/2018
10:06
Looks like a screaming buy to me at this level............
lasata
20/3/2018
10:05
This was only signed last yearDan Betts, CEO of Hummingbird Resources, said: "The Government of Mali continues to be a committed and willing partner of Hummingbird as we work together to unlock the significant value of Yanfolila. I am delighted to see that the Government has exercised its option to increase its interest in the Project through the acquisition of an additional 10% of Société Des Mines De Komana for a consideration of US$11 million. I believe this is a clear signal of the Government's appreciation of the enormous value accretion potential of Yanfolila in the long term."We are grateful to the Government of Mali for their support and look forward to the months ahead as we work towards our objective of delivering our first gold pour by year end."Professor Tiémoko Sangare, Minister of Mines in Mali, said: "Bringing a new Malian mine into production is a tremendous achievement for all concerned and is the culmination of many years of investment and commitment by Hummingbird. Yanfolila's transition into a producing asset over the next 12 months will crystallise the value of this important national asset and will make tangible contributions to Mali through the generation of revenue, creation of employment and other ancillary benefits."
muffster
20/3/2018
10:03
If this goes below 30 im selling everything I own and sticking it in here - anybody know how much I can get for six-year-old and two-year-old ??!!
darola
20/3/2018
09:59
I saw the article on the new law last friday. IMO that has nothing to do with this fall.
ukgeorge
20/3/2018
09:51
'then does the fall not look overdone? '....Until we know exactly what this new law is it is nigh impossible to calculate its financial impact
gersemi
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