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Kefi Gold And Copper Plc LSE:KEFI London Ordinary Share GB00BD8GP619 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.02 -1.27% 1.55 76,303,365 15:44:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.55 1.60 1.65 1.55 1.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -5.57 -0.75 32
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:47:01 O 1,350 1.60 GBX

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24/11/2020
08:20
Kefi Gold And Copper Daily Update: Kefi Gold And Copper Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KEFI. The last closing price for Kefi Gold And Copper was 1.57p.
Kefi Gold And Copper Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.41p and a 12 week average price of 1.41p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.91p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.51p.
There are currently 2,061,565,471 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,125,646 shares. The market capitalisation of Kefi Gold And Copper Plc is £31,954,264.80.
19/11/2020
18:16
goatherd: Interesting Q&A from Kefi today - "Participation by retail investors in KEFI equity raisings Q: I noticed from the November Presentation some new info on slide 12 (TKGM): ‘"he KEFI Group component would be expected to be sourced in a number of ways which comprise: Local Investors and Mining Financiers equity subscription to KEFI subsidiaries KEFI Ethiopia and KEFI Marketing plus raising by KEFI Minerals PLC in the form of the Placing in November 2020, Loan Facilities on Offer and a Rights Issue at the time of settlement by all consortium members. These commitment remain non-binding." Do you have any details on the "Rights Issue"? Premature to say. The only point being made now is that we wish to provide for shareholder participation when all parties and deals are signed up and approved. Q. Why did KEFI not offer retail investors the opportunity to participate in the recent placing, as many other companies are now doing through PrimaryBid? We have taken advice which recommends that PrimaryBid can only be considered as a supplement, not a substitute, for a placing. That is becausePrimaryBid needs to be announced upfront, without assuring an outcome. When that is not a concern from the viewpoint of protecting shareholders’ interests, then PrimaryBid is a good option to consider. On a separate but related note, when a placing is at or near market, it should theoretically be less of an issue for shareholders who want to buy shares, as they can indeed just buy shares in the market. Posted 19 November 2020|"
15/11/2020
15:29
lhoskins: The conflict is unfortunate and obviously very sad for those involved. I think this will be concluded in the coming days/weeks. Luckily Kefi is a long distance away from the fighting. For me this is not a time to sell but to add. I would be looking to buy if I wasn't invested. There was a similar situation with AAZ a few weeks ago when Armenia and Azerbaijan were fighting on the borders. The share price dropped back 50%. The conflict is now more or less done and dusted and the share price is rising back up. Harry gets a lot of stick on this board but I believe he will come up with the goods. Then when (not if) the government take control of Tigray we won't be seeing the share price at these levels again. I'm going long and strong on this one.
14/11/2020
15:16
belfastboyo: Ultimately, none of us on this board can know for sure where the funding discussions sit atm...we can only guess and speculate. Still, my view is that as the 2 senior banks are African, and the large investor is already invested in Ethiopia, that is positive, as they are not likely to panic due to the Tigray situation. On Tigray, it seems like the government will quickly get the region under control (or so the reports seem to indicate). And so I am hopeful that the funding can be closed sooner than later to avoid another dilutive fund raise at these low SP/valuation. If so, then imho the share price will rerate to x2 or x3 current share price in hours/days. Longer term, with AU at $2k & 65% TKGM share then the NPV on TKGM alone (excluding broader license areas nearby) is c15p per share NOT including any of the fantastic Saudi assets of JQ and Hawiah which are measured in billions USD in ground confirmed PGM's/Copper...so at c£35m current valuation the potential share price upside is HUGE on positive news of course...we shall shortly know, one way or another over, the coming next few weeks....stay frosty.
09/11/2020
19:34
rich1e: Gold’s taken a hit today as money moved to equities. But Gold isn’t only for doom and gloom, demand also comes from Jewellery which is dependent people feeling wealthier, and also the USD. I would anticipate a sweet spot where money printing leads to increased demand to hedge against currencies, meets a demand from people feeling more confident to buy gold for cosmetic purposes. Kefi share price was down and volume was up from the off today, well before vaccine news, and so I wouldn’t be surprised to see some new this week.
09/11/2020
15:53
reestie3: News of funding, ceasefire in Tigray, plus gold price increase.....all would do wonders to the Kefi share price ......Those who have sold will flock back....just what the MMS want.........
04/11/2020
18:37
belfastboyo: Anyone remember when N.Korea drama was in the news? Ultimately, short term terrorism/issues are pretty much everywhere at some point...terrible event for sure...but likely one off and contained quickly...Kefi share price will re rate on core fundamentals...funding news for TKGM likely before end of 2020...gold price (likely to go way higher when money printer goes brrrrr) and Hawiah drilling news
04/11/2020
13:19
robjm66: Topical yes does feel we are cursed sometimes did put luck on the what is important list the other day maybe I should have put it as number one. Following what's happening online but not much news seems to be getting out due to the usual internet shut down though possible I have missed something having only got four hours sleep watching the American election (what a waste of time that was!). Hard to say how much is posturing by each side a big military conflict in is neither sides interest but these things can go south when neither side wants to look weak. Could stuff up miners based or exploring in Tigray though does not seem to be massively impacting their share price yet hxxps://eastafricametals.com/investors/#stock_quote https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=41706975 Altus strategies hxxps://www.tradingview.com/symbols/TSXV-PEAK/ Sun peak metals (edit) Newmont (goldcorp division) is active in Tigray as well but they are too big for this to move their shareprice might make them think who needs the hassle or might push them to tie up with kefi in their region. Kefi have a partner in the local government after all and both mining minster as well as Abiy are from the region. Would expect the Ethiopians to push kefi to be successful even more as then before as they are not likely to push the Tigrayian miners so much now and going to want even more success stories and put out a business as usual vibe. Possible worry is what consortium members make of it all though they do seem a bit more resilient than the international banks kefi was once tied up with. Did notice this the other day same picture as already posted (harry sitting at table with bigwigs)https://twitter.com/kefiminerals/status/1323211462383407105 but did some digging on Fortescue… A weeks long negotiations with Australian company, Fortescue Future Industries, was successfully reached today! In combination with my colleagues @Seleshi_b_a & H.E. Ahmed Shide, we have struck the beginnings of what I believe to be a lasting partnership. This partnership will be focused on creating economic advancement from a multi-billion investment in Hydropower & Geothermal Energy as well as key mining of minerals that provide nutrients for fertilizers. We are building a better future because our people deserve it! https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-08-21/fortescue-opens-talks-with-afghanistan-on-nation-s-mining-riches Guess if you are doing deals in Afghanistan Ethiopia is an oasis of peace and calm.
03/11/2020
16:46
belfastboyo: I agree with you Topicel...the real drivers to any significant and sizeable re rating for Kefi share price will be driven only by delivering funding close for TKGM and further Hawiah/other exploration successes..and of course Gold/Cooper prices which I expect to head much, much higher with QE & MMT to infinity...
03/11/2020
08:52
belfastboyo: Ultimately it is absolutely certain that Kefi will do another share placing...as it needs the money to further develop its assets in Saudi (measured in billions)..even after TKGM is fully funded (no need for further funds)...and yes when one issues more shares then existing SHs are diluted by the amount of the new issue...BUT share price (should NOT be an abstract)...it SHOULD reflect the future NPV cash flows from the business...TKGM alone at $2k gold is worth 15p per share...Alone...so it is Kefi current share price which is absurd...sooner or later the market will appreciate this massive discount and react
02/11/2020
12:33
chopper harris1: When has Harry ever managed to get a placing away which hasn't been at a significant discount to the prevailing share price? That's why I'm expecting a maximum of 1.5p a share if there is one in the near future. I take some heart from the fact that the last placing was done at 0.65p, when the share price was a little over a penny, if I remember correctly, but that the share price never dropped back to the placing price, which is often the case. In fact, it went on a little run from that point, which does offer some hope. The next placing, if and when it comes, will put the number of shares in issue comfortably above two billion, which is an eye-wateringly dilutive level above the 400kish amount which were in issue immediately following the 17:1 consolidation. Just to elaborate on my previous post and then I'll try to keep my trap shut again until January: something is not quite right here but I can't put my finger on it. If KEFI's prospects are as wonderful as many on here regularly mention, then why is it taking so long to conclude TK project funding? You would think that institutions would be scrambling over each other to grab a piece of this cake and get the mine in operation and making revenue as soon as possible. So what's the problem? Is it the inability of Harry and his fellow KEFI personnel to be able to successfully conclude a funding deal, or is it perhaps to do with the possibility that some or most of the third parties they're dealing with are prone to being a bit Walter Mittyish? Who knows? I do know that I'm tired of this dragging on and on and feel that the time is fast approaching where Harry has to turn his bluster into some conclusive success or make way for someone else to take KEFI forward.
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