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KZG Kazera Global Plc

0.60
0.00 (0.00%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kazera Global Plc LSE:KZG London Ordinary Share GB00B830HW33 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.60 0.55 0.65 0.60 0.60 0.60 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec 55k 6.71M 0.0072 0.83 5.62M
Kazera Global Plc is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KZG. The last closing price for Kazera Global was 0.60p. Over the last year, Kazera Global shares have traded in a share price range of 0.325p to 0.95p.

Kazera Global currently has 936,599,523 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Kazera Global is £5.62 million. Kazera Global has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 0.83.

Kazera Global Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/8/2023
12:40
From the July RNS 30 days ago.
Xinjian is currently not in compliance with the Agreement, with payment arrears of c.US$1.9 million (excluding interest). Nonetheless, at this time the Company has elected not to exercise its contractual rights to terminate the contract given that:

· Under the terms of the sale agreement with Xinjian, Kazera retains ownership of 100% of the shares in Aftan as security until all amounts owed by Xinjian have been paid in full.

· All ongoing operation costs in respect of the Aftan business have been borne by Xinjian since the beginning of 2023

· Communication between Kazera and Xinjian remains positive and constructive, with the Company believing that outstanding balances will be forthcoming

· Outstanding balances are accruing interest at a rate of 8% per annum.
PRESUMABLY no further caSH RECIEVED So it looks like that is now fading away.

penrith
21/7/2023
17:58
Align have now added further comment:
outspan
21/7/2023
17:43
I don't think that's quite right TBTT. The Put Option is for 280m shares and, according to the holdings RNSs from the two parties at the end of June, Align still spoke for 221m+ shares at a point where AMS had bought 60m.

Admittedly, Align's 281+m holding at that time (and still) includes a 30m (long) Spreadbet and an anticipation of exercising 6,851,851 warrants @ 1p in October (which, of course, they can still do even if the share price is below 1p), but I'd say they were not left short because of the lapse of the May warrants.

So their current buying in the market is not forced, it's opportunistic, as indeed the above tweet would strongly support.

outspan
21/7/2023
17:19
Align Research
@AlignResearch
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36m
Replying to @steddieddie

Yes. Adding at this price given sales at 1.5p. Utterly amazed at the price and be rude not to snaffle here!

outspan
21/7/2023
16:04
Yes that makes sense TBTT thanks, I was struggling to make sense of it. I wish they would get a move on and complete the transfer though, it’s painfully slow. I know it doesn’t make much difference now AMS have the voting rights but would be good to get this distraction out of the way.

EDIT- I wonder if that is Align buying more today, guess it makes sense to buy more at sub 1p if they can. The buys today have given the share price a bit of life anyway.

gbcol
21/7/2023
15:38
Holdings RNS out from ALIGN.
I make it that previously Align were reckoning on exercising some warrants at 1p to make up some of the 29.9% that they are selling to AMS at 1.5p each. Now they seem to have bought some shares (presumably at around 0.8p) to substitute for exercising those warrants at 1p. In other words no real change, except Align are going to make a bit more money from their deal with AMS. As if they weren't making lots already!

tigerbythetail
21/7/2023
11:22
I was told similar! As you say, make of it what you will.
outspan
21/7/2023
08:35
so , the disappearing tweet ......just had it confirmed

the tweet was by the person in charge of their twitter account ready for when total monies had been paid and control of Aftan passed over ....................It should have been saved as a draft but was accidently posted

Make of that what you will

landersd
20/7/2023
15:02
Wonder if the other Directors might also have a nibble...
outspan
20/7/2023
10:01
Yes, real money CEO buy on open market - never a bad thing!
tigerbythetail
20/7/2023
09:31
nice £40k buy on open market from Dennis Edmonds
landersd
19/7/2023
16:48
Now looking like today's unwarranted drop might have been about filling an order.
outspan
19/7/2023
16:19
I think most would bring out the current sum of the parts calculation at well North of the current market cap but, in any case, it's likely that AMS's game is not the present but the future and how they themselves will contribute to it. A longer game.
outspan
19/7/2023
15:04
Still on mine showing as 2days old.
penrith
19/7/2023
13:57
Oh, a penny for the thoughts of AMS...
I know that volume is negligible, and as soon as a sizeable buyer emerges the share price will shoot up, but AMS could currently buy 2 shares on the open market for every one they are purchasing from Align at 1.5p.
Somebody has got this share price badly wrong for sure - either AMS or us PIs.

tigerbythetail
19/7/2023
08:21
penrith

the tweet has definitely gone from my feed

landersd
18/7/2023
22:04
The resident ramper on LSE also comes up with a similar explanation.
The strange thing is that the tweet is still live on my feed hence the ability to copy it.
Im afraid the whole 'twitter' thing with KZG is very childish. Its difficult to take their RNS's seriously let alone their twitters.

penrith
18/7/2023
21:32
OK - to break that mysterious "ghost" Twitter post down...

1. Xinjian already have operational control of TVM. And they are paying all costs at TVM already.
2. They don't have 100% ownership of TVM; not until a further $8m or so is paid.
3. "Kazera to invest in other projects without issuing equity" - DE has already said that. The implication has been that they will be further HMS projects introduced by major shareholder AMS.
4. 2.5% life of mine debenture over TVM - that's already been announced. Old news.

So the new "news", if any, would be the accelerated payment of the money owing for TVM. If it does turn out to be true, (which I rather doubt), I bet the Chinese managed to negotiate a discount (up to 10%?) for early payment! Even so, it would be great news for KZG.

tigerbythetail
18/7/2023
15:36
Xinjian gains operational control, 100% ownership.Kazera to invest in other projects without additional capital raising. 2.5% debenture payment for Tantalite Valley Mine life. More: buff.ly/3MvPMG8Mmmmm if only!KZG twitter....what is going on???
penrith
17/7/2023
11:02
Absolutely TBTT, the diamond licence/operation has to be seen in exactly that context - a significant barrier to entry for any other player here. Once they properly prove up the HMS concept, they could scoop up the whole area without facing any serious competitor.

I agree that the HMS is the company maker here but, with AMS having now achieved full voting control over the 280m shares they're buying at 1.5p, I'd add "for now".

outspan
17/7/2023
10:03
"They've got funds" is no small thing for an AIM miner!
If you add up the likely current cash balance and the money still owing for TVM it equals roughly the current market cap.
Hopefully, DE can spend the money effectively! I'd agree with giving him the benefit of the doubt for now (there is always doubt, this is AIM).
IMO, it's the HMS that is potentially the company maker here. I believe the diamond mining operation will turn out to be profitable, but it's always going to be small-scale. That said, the (very hard-to-get) diamond mining licence that KZG has provides a key "moat" around the HMS business, so it's not irrelevant.

tigerbythetail
16/7/2023
21:45
You're right, they still have to prove up the diamond mining business... only potentially marginal.

But I think the moves they have made so far have done a couple of things:

1. They've got funds.
2. They've found some carrots

That's two steps further down the road than they were. Will the carrots turn out to be a mirage? Who knows. If this was still GC I would assume the company was still some way away from actual progress. But this management appears to be making meaningful change, as of right now I'm willing to give them the benefit of the doubt.

Still on the fence about chucking any money at them yet though and if I do, it'll be play money... 0.5% of my portfolio.

al101uk
16/7/2023
10:34
less than marginal. can kazera make a go of the hms?
lots of carrots in october interviews

wrtmf
15/7/2023
17:02
wrtmf,

The diamond mining is marginal in my view as I said above. The point is that Alexkor is state owned so animosity between KZG and Alexkor such as we saw under GC cannot be a good thing. Having Alexkor onside gives KZG more opportunities, not less. What they can make of those opportunities, if anything, is yet to be seen.

al101uk
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