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
  0.00 0.0% 5.15 129,617 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.80 5.50 5.15 5.15 5.15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.33 -0.97 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:52:37 O 108,696 4.60 GBX

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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 5.15p.
Karelian Diamond Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.15p and a 12 week average price of 5.15p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.73p.
There are currently 53,542,749 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 53,511 shares. The market capitalisation of Karelian Diamond Resources Plc is £2,757,451.57.
hooops: hxxps:// We will follow ? £1.38 a share joint broker target price
hooops: Karelian Diamond Resources plc (“Karelian Diamonds” or “the Company”) 21 August 2020 Holding in Company Karelian Diamond Resources plc (AIM: KDR) announces that it was informed today that Kevin Taylor now holds 4,350,000 ordinary shares of €0.00025 (“Ordinary Shares”) in the Company, equal to approximately 10.11% of the current issued share capital and voting rights of the Company.    
lazygun: Besides, Aside from the additional fund raise, what’s really changed? Ok they’ve got access, but they’ve still got to spend an awful lot of time to do the necessary exploration work. Given that the board are trousering what, £100-200k a year in director salaries, fees, expenses etc, What can they do, even with £400k.? They had £240k from bjonberg, half of which is a repayable loan, unless the share price rises to a point that convinces bjonberg to convert into share @ 10p, plus this £400k. Ta I think has put in what £100k?, and they had maybe £150k in the bank from last year? So about what, £850k circa? £120k has to be paid back or converted, so that’s £730k, less I think say around £200k for the board, leaves around £500k. Are my sums right here? Given I’ve understood in the past, to really get the areas developed, it’s likely to cost upward of £2 million, more fund raises are going to have to be on the way..... L.
lazygun: I bet Conroy is hoping that the share price will soar above 10p so TA more likely to convert his £120k loan into 10p share, this avoiding need to pay it back.... L.
hooops: Price: 4.40 Its coming!! Karelian Diamond Resources Plc - Lahtojoki Diamond Deposit Update Source: PR Newswire (US) Karelian Diamond Resources plc (“Karelian Diamonds” or “the Company”) 17 August 2020 LAHTOJOKI DIAMOND DEPOSIT UPDATE Exploration around Lahtojoki diamond deposit to commence Grant of vehicular access to Lahtojoki and adjacent exploration acreage gains legal force Karelian Diamond Resources plc (AIM: KDR) is pleased to announce that the Company has been informed by the National Land Survey of Finland that there were no appeals against the grant of rights of way for the Lahtojoki diamond deposit and the adjacent exploration acreage, and as such the grant has now gained legal force. The Company proposes to commence immediately its exploration programme over the acreage surrounding the deposit. Karelian Diamonds also plans to expedite its technical assessment of the Lahtojoki diamond deposit to which it will now have full vehicular access. Drilling and sampling information to date, together with other technical information, indicate that the Lahtojoki diamond deposit has the potential to become a profitable open pit diamond mine. Initial sampling also raises the possibility that the deposit has a high percentage gem quality with coloured diamonds present, including pinks. Exploration around the Lahtojoki deposit is regarded as important, as kimberlite boulders in the surrounding area have been discovered, which are most likely to have been derived from an unknown kimberlite source. Concurrently, the Board of Karelian Diamonds understands that the National Land Survey of Finland is at an advanced stage in relation to its assessment of land valuations at Lahtojoki. This assessment is the final step in the process of granting a full mining permit to the Company over the Lahtojoki diamond deposit. Professor Richard Conroy, Chairman, Karelian Diamond Resources plc, commented: “The grant of vehicular access to the Lahtojoki diamond deposit and surrounding area is a major step forward towards the development of the diamond deposit. I would like to express my appreciation of the fact that no appeals were made against the grant of access. “I look forward very much to working with the local Roads Committee, and all of the local community, as the Company proceeds with its plans for the development of a diamond mine at Lahtojoki.” Further information:
diamonddog1: The Rio agreement is an opportunity for KDR but could be regarded by another potential j.v. Partner as a liability. If they make a discovery or successful bulk sample then Rio can call dibs. Non renewal could be because. 1. Rio see no value in continuing despite KDR seeing this as their best hope of JV. 2. KDR think they have a better chance of getting a substantive agreement elsewhere without the potential for Rio calling dibs and are treading water until the current agreement expires (probably wishful thinking).
hooops: Karelian Diamond Resources plc ("Karelian Diamonds" or "the Company") 12 May 2020 THREE DIAMOND EXPLORATION RESERVATIONS GRANTED IN LAHTOJOKI AND KUHMO * Potential for further discoveries around Lahtojoki diamond deposit * Reservations cover twenty regional Kimberlitic Indicator Anomalies in Kuhmo Area * Kuhmo target area could be part of emerging Kimberlite province Introduction Karelian Diamond Resources plc ("Karelian Diamonds") (AIM: KDR), is pleased to report that TUKES (The Finnish Mining Authority) has granted the Company three strategic diamond exploration Reservations. One of these diamond exploration Reservations (KDR-R1) is situated around the Company's approximately two hectare in size Lahtojoki kimberlite pipe diamond deposit which is within the Kaavi kimberlite field. The other two diamond Reservations (KDR-R2 and KDR-R3) are in the Kuhmo kimberlite field target area around the Company's Riihivaara kimberlite discovery and the Company's anomaly 5 target, where the Company discovered a green diamond in till. All the Reservations are in the Karelian Craton in Finland where the Company is actively working on the discovery and development of economic diamond deposits. Following a review of airborne geophysics and past exploration data the Board decided to apply for these new diamond exploration Reservations. These Reservations secure the adjacent ground to already held and known kimberlite bodies, which is important as Kimberlites tend to occur in clusters, and in both areas there are indications for the potential of new kimberlite discoveries. The Company is also today providing an update on the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on its activities. The Lahtojoki KDR-R1 Reservation, Kaavi Area The Lahtojoki KDR-R1 Reservation of 26.47km² has been granted by TUKES for a period of one year. This Reservation secures for the Company the potential for further discoveries in the immediate area. This Reservation surrounds the Lahtojoki diamond deposit over which the Company holds a mining concession and where it is moving towards the potential development of a diamond mine. The Reservation also surrounds the Diamond Exploration Permit over Lahtojoki South. In the Lahtojoki South Exploration Permit kimberlite boulders from an unknown kimberlite have been discovered (as previously announced by the Company on 12th January 2017). The Reservation KDR-R1 area also has a number of high interest geophysical and kimberlite indicator mineral anomalies that have been identified by the Company and which the Board believe could add additional diamondiferous resource potential to the Lahtojoki diamond deposit (as previously announced by the Company on 19th September 2016). The Kuhmo Area KDR-R2 and KDR-R3 Reservations The Kuhmo KDR-R2 Reservation of 1,476.95km² and KDR-R3 Reservation of 1,453.24km² have been granted by TUKES for a period of two years, respectively. These Reservations secure ground around a series of twenty regional kimberlite indicator anomalies that have been identified by the Company. The Board believe that the series of kimberlites in the Kuhmo area could be part of a new emerging kimberlite province in this area. These include the Riihivaara kimberlite discovered by the Company and the largest (6.9 Hectare) diamondiferous kimberlite in Finland, the Seitaperä kimberlite pipe held by the Company, as well as a series of significant regional kimberlitic indicator mineral anomalies defined by the Company. In the twenty regional anomalies in the KDR-R2 and KDR-R3 Reservation areas there are significant numbers of kimberlitic indicator minerals identified that include four G10 garnets, twenty three G9 garnets, as well as well as one hundred and thirty seven chromites of which twenty nine plot in the diamond inclusion field. These garnets and other minerals such as certain chromites are used to locate kimberlites and are referred to as kimberlitic indicator minerals. Some of these garnets, the G10's and certain G9's, are created under similar conditions to diamonds within the ultramafic mantle rocks underlying the crust and are therefore used as predictors of the presence of diamonds as well as chromites that plot in the diamond inclusion field. COVID-19 update Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Company has taken necessary measures in accordance with government guidelines to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of its employees, contractors and partners in both Finland and Ireland. COVID-19 is presently restricting field and laboratory work in Finland given the restrictions on operations and movement. Other work related to the Company's exploration and development programme such as that described in today's announcement is, however, ongoing. Professor Richard Conroy, Chairman, Karelian Diamond Resources plc commented: "The granting of these Reservations by TUKES is a key step forward for Karelian Diamonds and we consider this to be extremely important in regard to our future development of the Lahtojoki diamond deposit where any additional resources identified could dramatically change the magnitude of the project, and also the advancement of our exploration programme in the Company's Kuhmo target area in what appears to be a new emerging kimberlite province." Further Information:
lazygun: I can’t see howard bird adding any real value here, unless he moves to Europe. He’s Canada based isn’t he? I can’t really see him even taking up any share either. Current bod is more or less at the concert party threshold as it is. If another director gets hold of shares that’s very likely to put them collectively over that threshold. Kdr has very limited cash to get any real meaningful work done in progressing the Finnish assets. Ok, they’ve reduced the debt a bit, and now they’ve added £150k to the balance sheet, so a net gain of around £240k roughly. Given the bod pay themselves about half that each year, plus admin costs to keep the lights on, where is the money going to come from to do Ny kind of asset development work? I’m far more interested in the Martello stakes via Thomas Anderson. Why would a successful businessman like that put £150k money into a company like Kdr? To do that, he must have had conversations with the board before it would be approved. So has the board shared inside information with TA that should have also been disclosed to the market? Or has Brendan McMorrow who must have had a working relationship with TA from their prior 7 years together at Circle Oil, (company secretary and chairman/ceo respectively), convinced TA to support the board? (Timing of the placings being so close to the board change request EGM’s, being questionable)... Another possibility of course might be that perhaps the board provided TA the cash to fund the placings to begin with. a very devious thought, it there’d be almost no way to prove if that actually happened, but it could be a convenient way to get round the concert party rules...... Or, TA just decided to put in £150k into Kdr as an investment. 4 possibilities, 3 of which may potentially be very questionable. The last few months have really been about control of the company. Incumbents who show no real sign of progress, no apparent desire to communicate in a detailed, transparent, and consistent manner with their shareholders, and yet who are quite happy to keep taking money out of the company to pay salaries, pensions and so on, versus the proposed new team who seem very keen to develop kdr’s Assets for the benefit of all shareholders.... As far as share price goes, no matter how the vote goes, I still can’t see a huge sell off. The bulk of shares seem to be owned either by the current bod and supporters, or the egm requisitioners and their supporters, or TA. Neither side will likely want to give the other side any additional advantage. We saw considerable buying before the first egm, and a bit of a sell off afterwards, but not much selling since then. It’s largely been continued buying since then. If the mm’s try and force the price down, given they’re already selling shares they don’t already own, to try and panic shareholders to sell shares, so the mm’s can then use those to pass on to others that have bought stock not yet cleared, I can only see that creating more buying pressure on the stock.. and therefore that can only be a short term solution and could backfire on the mm’s. Next Monday will certainly be interesting. Even if the vote goes against the requisitioners, I can’t see them stopping now. If the Bod survive this vote, I think they will have to see they’ve got to rethink their strategy quite seriously with a view to delivering some tangible value for shareholders, and also rethink their whole approach to their shareholders.... L.
rbonnier: KDR share price next week 🚀
lazygun: 4p placings with the price at 3.15p in my book can only be a good thing. 1) supports current share price 2) helps the Kdr balance sheet as it removes/reduces the debt on the books 3) Conroy has in part now shown his hand 4) to me at least suggests that Kdr my be finding it increasingly difficult to raise finance. (Remember, peel hunt and davy&davy have both dumped their stakes earlier this year). 5) taking account of known significant holders stakes, I reckon there is probably only about 8 or9 million free float out there (maybe less since some of that will be in other non-significant shareholders hands). 6) Conroy adding to his stake won’t harm the share price since he’s unlikely to dump stock since doing so will lose him money, and voting power 7) the conroy concert party must be very close to the 30% limit now, so their ability to manoeuvre from further share purchases/debt conversions/placings where directors take part in is much much more restricted than the egm requesters (the 4 of them only have collectively around the 17% mark), so plenty of headroom for them to make more purchases.... 8) further share placings are likely to be at the 4p mark minimum now, Given that both of the last two were at this level, I reckon the nomad has likely had a hand in laying down the law as to what would be considered fair and reasonable.... 9) if we were going to see a big sell off in stock, it would have been after the egm. It’s been over a month, and aside from the 1.5-1.8 million shares traded on the 26th July, the majority of trades since that day have been purchase rather than sells. 10) how likely is it that Martello/Thomas Anderson will want to put more money in, given he’s already nearly £25 grand down on his last investment? He might have a long standing prior association with Brendan mcmorrow of Kdr, but as a successful businessman, is he going to want to stick more money in only to find the value of his investment decrease immediately by 25%? I’d suggest he would probably be thinking twice at least before committing more money on that basis.... I said a few times that the lack of a sell off suggested strongly that the story was far from over, and now we have a 2nd egm request.... I still believe that there is a stock squeeze coming.. but I’d agree it would be based purely on demand for the stock, and the possibility of new mgt making a change in the company, rather than company fundamentals though.... L.
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