Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Karelian Diamond Resources Plc LSE:KDR London Ordinary Share IE00BD09HK61 ORD EUR0.00025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.20p -5.06% 3.75p 880,647 15:54:50
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.60p 3.90p 3.95p 3.75p 3.95p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.39 -1.65 1.3

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Karelian Diamond Resources Daily Update: Karelian Diamond Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KDR. The last closing price for Karelian Diamond Resources was 3.95p.
Karelian Diamond Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.25p and a 12 week average price of 2p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2p.
There are currently 34,489,178 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 740,697 shares. The market capitalisation of Karelian Diamond Resources Plc is £1,293,344.18.
goldeneye5: Wow, someone still has a fixation on me and is still following me. Awkward!As I said before "Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience."JV was on the cards many years ago for cgnr, but didn't happen. Will it happen now? I hope so but no idea.As for KDR, I suspect confidentiality agreement covers more than many think. As for the KDR share price, I can only see a further placing, so unless we have good news before that, i can only see further pain. Role on some good news so!
goldeneye5: Management in my opinion do not want any attention for KDR whatsoever. They do not want/need to do any PR for KDR.Notice how the prof spoke in recent interview for near half an hour on CGNR, he didn't mention KDR at all. Wouldn't you think he might have put 5 minutes aside to talk about KDR. Has the prof ever done any media or pr work for KDR. No. The only KDR related articles you will read is mainly just RNS info.Do KDR want the share price low so as not to attract too much attention. " look at KDR, and its pathetic share price..... they must have nothing of any interest or value, move along"!It's an act! Don't believe that for a second. When will management decide to tell all and bring the noise? Soon?
duplicate book: "wouldn't look too good would it announce good news at 6p share price rockets to 15p then a few days later announce a 4.5p placing creating a disorderly market." Going to look even worse if a placing is made at a 25% discount to the current share price in which Mr. Conroy and members of his family and our Board have taken place, and a week or so later news is suddenly released that pushes the share price up to 20p or something! If there was any material findings that would be price sensitive, then it would be far better for US, the long suffering private investor, to have that news released, see the share price rise, then our Board raise funds at a higher price. We would get the same amount of funding, for far fewer new shares issued, which means less dilution for the larger holders. Seriously, if I was Hoops, then today's news would leave me seething with our Board.
goldeneye5: Lahtojoki. Progress?Kuhmo 1. Progress?Riihivaara. Progress?Seitapera. Progress?Havukkasuo. Progress?RTZ involvement. What is it? Spell it out for shareholders!!Company PR. Where is it? KDR Share Price. What are management doing to address it?Management must know that there will not now be one single happy KDR shareholder. This is not a good place for a company to be, so some urgent communication with shareholders is overdue and significant news needed.I am fully supportive and respect the company, our company!! But respect should work both ways!I have no doubt great things will come here, but the nature of the journey is asking an awful lot of the shareholder, be their holdings big or small. People make a leap of faith and invest their money here. If they don't have much, then their £500 or £1000 investment may be a much bigger investment for them than someone else's £20,000 investment could be to that person. I hope management don't loose sight of the fact that there are human beings behind these investments, some very wealthy, but many with financial hardships.Hopefully the wind will change!
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.
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.
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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