Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Karelian LSE:KDR London Ordinary Share IE00BD09HK61 ORD EUR0.00025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.10p 48,222 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.70p 6.50p 6.10p 6.10p 6.10p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.4 -0.1 - 1.43

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21/5/201817:46Karelian Diamond Resources - Agreement with Rio Tinto11,507
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Karelian Daily Update: Karelian is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KDR. The last closing price for Karelian was 6.10p.
Karelian has a 4 week average price of 5.13p and a 12 week average price of 4.85p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.63p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.18p.
There are currently 23,378,067 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 55,492 shares. The market capitalisation of Karelian is £1,426,062.09.
goldeneye5: Spencertracy, I suspect greeny d made all the difference. Wonder what will happen here when folk realise who is behind the intensive exploration programme. It will have to come out, and then shareholders will figure out what else they are behind. That should make for an interesting day for the KDR share price.
diamonddog1: Thanks Shambaby for news from Arctic Star they are saying this is the best exploration result ever in Finland including some comparisons with KDR kimberlites. Share price one day before 0.18 share price on the day 0.22 share price today 0.18. Can you ever win with small explorers?
goldeneye5: KDR need to realize that keeping everything under wraps, whilst perhaps beneficial to management, who can benefit from the low share price when it comes to loan conversions etc, it is not beneficial to shareholders who have invested their hard earned savings, nor does that sit easy with many shareholders. Management need to step back and look at KDR through the eyes of the ordinary shareholder, who perhaps don't have the financial wherewithal to sit and wait for years, whilst the share price languishes at the bottom. Where is KDRs public relations? This is a minimum requirement for any exploration company, and I do not see any. There are a number of clocks ticking and management need to step back and listen to them!
duplicate book: At current levels, post consolidation share price would be 8.75p bid. Let's assume there is a cash call prior to the AGM at a discount to today's bid at, say, 0.0025. That would give us a post consolidation price of 6.25p going forward with another share overhang, and the prospect of any participants in the fundraising selling on at a small percentage gain. That would once again stall the share price and possibly cause frustrated holders to sell out, thereby keeping us in our current trading range for the foreseeable future! Now let's say our Board release some decent news that includes some sort of worth that allows a more realistic and true valuation of the Company prior to the consolidation. The share price rises, to say, 0.008. That would give us a post consolidation price of 20p. With more positive news going forward, and a greater awareness of the value of KDR, more investors would jump on board, and if the news flow is as good as expected by some on here, then I don't see why a future fundraising could not be made at a far less discount to its then share price. Two entirely different scenarios. I think the first would suggest that KDR are still some time away from any news of any significance. The second, that after a very long time waiting, the Company is finally moving in the right direction and providing true shareholder value. Not saying which one I would put my money on at this moment in time!
duplicate book: Kev....KDR share price is dropping because of sellers, and the prospect of a discounted placing either before, or after the consolidation of its shares. I can't see the above having much of an impact here, the relevance pertains to CGNR. Troubled times indeed here. Looks like it could get messy before things settle down again.
goldeneye5: They will probably include a line or two about the AGM on to the end of the Final Results rns. My guess is an rns Wednesday or Friday this week. If we get an rns confirming Riihivaara to be diamondiferous that would be a start.If we get a hint that RTZ believe Riihivaara to be economic then kdr share price would be off the scale. Sounds great, but the reality is they have said nearly nothing on Riihivaara for a couple of years!
goldeneye5: Has to be news soon here.....The company need to learn from the mistakes at cgnr. They need to get the kdr share price moving.
discusser: Can someone explain to me how/why MMs (if that is who they are) are selling this stock? In another context (a small mine in Namibia) previous management (No 1, call them) who had originally owned a big percentage, went on selling even though the new management had a very strong story of coming success - mine de-watered, lots of resource found, etc etc. We thought Mgt No 1 were just moving on. Then management number 2 brought in some corporate guns who REALLY knew about mining, and they insisted on getting in a new drilling contractor, ending the contract with the previous inefficient drilling guy (near relative of minister of mines, though I didn't know that at the time - spot the local relationships mistake). Management number 2 was pushed out, and sold all his stock - in a huff, we all thought, "I'm not in control" syndrome. Two years later, still no mining licence, capital running out, share price dropping through the floor, management No 3 took the whole thing private after exercising an option to take on a lot of new shares, essentially leaving private investors without a bean. Both management No. 1 and management No. 2 had not been mystery market makers selling with ulterior motives: by the end we all realised they had simply had wiser long term understanding than our own, and got out wisely when the going was a lot better than later. So what is going on here with KDR? Normally on AIM a company raises some money, share price goes up, then share price follows a long dwindling slope down as the capital is spent, unless and until breakthrough. Is our share price following that path because most investors think that is what is happening, and won't change attitudes until KDR is in production, which they half don't expect ever to happen? Or is something else going on?
stevehoops: KDR SHARE PRICE I WILL POST THIS AGAIN. Jacques, who became CEO of the world’s second-biggest miner in July, called diamonds a priority area in a Bloomberg Television interview Tuesday. The strategy, part of a drive to improve the quality of Rio’s mining assets, marks a turnaround for the company that mulled exiting the diamond business just three years ago. Even if Rio resorts to exploration, new deposits are so hard to find that most of the industry, which has ploughed more than $7-billion into exploration since 2000, has all but given up. BHP Billiton, the world’s biggest mining company, has abandoned diamonds altogether. Companies including De Beers, Petra and Gem Diamonds have massively reduced their exploration efforts. Of more than 6 000 kimberlite diamond pipes tested in the last 140 years, only 60 have been worth mining, according to De Beers. Jacques’s statement is probably one of “intent, rather than a real strategy,” RBC Capital Markets’ Kilalea said. “They’ll keep looking.” IF CONFIRMED COMMERCIAL THIS WILL BE SUCH A MASSIVE FIND WORLDWIDE . THE BIDDING WAR WILL BEGIN
goldeneye5: If Lahtojoki is much bigger and richer as we expect, then Alrosa are going to want a piece of the action too. There is no guarantee Rio would get Riihivaara. Karelian could find itself in a position of immense strength. Financially, what could this do to KDR share price?
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