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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kefi Minerals Plc LSE:KEFI London Ordinary Share GB00BD8GP619 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.165 16.75% 1.15 1.105 1.15 1.165 1.04 1.04 24,561,093 10:30:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.0 -1.0 - 16

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16/3/2020
11:17
Its expertise they want to bring in historically the Saudi have hardily been short of money which is the prime reason why the mining sector has not been a priority previously.
robjm66
16/3/2020
11:06
Outside companies are already there, it's investment they want to bring in.
space_bob
16/3/2020
11:03
"Going forward, it has tremendous growth opportunities in line with Saudi Vision 2030's goal to have "a mining sector contributing to the national economy at full potential"." From you own link its a admission that the mining sector is not contributing at its full potential but there are growth opportunities.
robjm66
16/3/2020
10:59
Space Bob those that have been here for a while already know about Maaden as does harry he even mentioned it as being one of the few significant miners in the country, mining sector still very small compared to what it should be. Saudis know that which is why they are totally overhauling the mining sector bringing in new rules and wanting to bring in outside companies.
robjm66
16/3/2020
10:51
hxxps://www.maaden.com.sa/en/business/gold hxxps://investsaudi.sa/en/sectors-opportunities/mining-metals/ It's a pretty big sector and they're already mining the Nubian shield, whatever BS Harry spouts about first mover advantage. Their push is to bring in foreign investment. Wonder how much Harry can offer the Saudi royals.
space_bob
16/3/2020
10:47
Another factor for the KSA is the oil price is likely to be low for years now and they are going to need to replace that income.
robjm66
16/3/2020
10:34
kSA does not have a large mining sector especially compared to the potential of the Arabian Nubian shield. Country been shaking up the mining rules specifically to alter that one of the consequences of that has been Hawiah becoming active again and the possibility of Jibal Qutman coming out of storage.
robjm66
16/3/2020
10:30
Kefi could be in a better position than a lot of companies as the Ethiopian's and Saudi Arabians have an interest in the company being a success could be a lot worse kefi could be depending on international banks again.
robjm66
16/3/2020
10:29
KSA already has a large mining industry with the state mining company having mines close to Kefis patch. I was more interested in this prospect because KSA give capital support for development, but not so sure now the KSA government has seen it's budget drop off a cliff. And I don't think Ethiopia's mining future rests with Harry and his BS. Would probably suit them quite well for Kefi to fold.
space_bob
16/3/2020
10:20
At the end of the day its down to the Ethiopia whether they want a functioning mining industry or not ditto with the KSA.
robjm66
16/3/2020
10:11
I agree, but I doubt they'll be choosing Kefi. Can't see Kefi keep this scam on the road for another 6 months anyway so it's a moot point.
space_bob
16/3/2020
10:01
What are people going to invest in apart from gold or gold miners at this rate going to be the last asset standing. Stock markets were overdue for a correction anyway and way over valued have been propped up for years. Eventually when we are through the capitulation stage people will look around and decide what is left to invest in.
robjm66
16/3/2020
09:31
But we haven't got any bloody gold! It's stuck in the ground for at least another few years.
chopper harris1
16/3/2020
09:29
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8116065/FTSE-opens-despite-global-central-banks-stepping-in.html Everything down apart from gold, interest rate cuts will not work next stop will be firing up the printing presses and governments trying to inflate debt away all good for gold.
robjm66
16/3/2020
09:06
Big Sofa, an AIM Lifestyle Company for its 'dreamers' chair and board, pumped by TW as being a recovery got suspended this morning with the reasoning that "funded until May 2020 it required a dilutive placing to remain viable. Upon approaching said finance companies the 'planned placing' was refused as market instability could not guarantee a positive outcome for them. IF Kefi is looking for the same thing, doesn't bode well for Budda & his cronies.
cybaajak
16/3/2020
08:56
I'm guessing ANS have gone into self isolation.... so no change, wallets remain closed.
pjj71
15/3/2020
11:32
Topicel, Maybe you are right, but there would also seem to be an option for the EG to take a more positive view, and provide the funding that will confirm the mine will open. This would be a step that would both benefit their image, and cheer up the population somewhat. It is all a guessing game.
scrappycat
15/3/2020
11:31
The analysis indicated that case numbers rose in line with average temperatures up to a peak of 8.72 degrees Celsius and then declined. https://www.scmp.com/news/china/science/article/3074131/coronavirus-highly-sensitive-high-temperatures-dont-bank-summer hxxps://www.worldweatheronline.com/oromo-weather/et.aspx Look like it will spread a lot more slowly in Ethiopia Topical. Not going to close down rural areas how would they enforce it anyway plus less older people around to catch it. hxxps://www.macrotrends.net/countries/ETH/ethiopia/life-expectancy Possible that the virus even if it does spread in Ethiopia is going to be less of a threat than other health concerns that they have to deal with everyday if you told them it might have a one to five percent death rate they might laugh and give a list of things they might catch all worse.
robjm66
15/3/2020
09:03
Lol Rob. Pity Ethiopia no longer has. As if we needed any more hassle with this share, has Harry any hope of getting ANS to pay up if the virus takes proper hold in Ethiopia? I'm presuming far flung outposts like TK will not be hit too badly, and that the population will be younger and more resilient, but as with all the SME's elsewhere, Kefi will still be paying the bills I presume as most normal activity grinds to a halt? And as I might have mentioned before, we have a dozen or more staff sitting around largely doing only a fraction of what they should be doing for over a year, will they be laid off, as BA and other airlines are intending, because otherwise the company is threatened? Or does Harry just raise at 0.5p, or whatever it will be that the markets - even if they are amenable - will let us get away with to 'keep the lights on'? Rough time for all. Here in France my Jan's local hairdresser has just completed a move across the street to a bigger premises, had it all refurbished with new equipment and employs 4 young assistants. Usually very busy with the exact same customers that are most vunrable, what we used to call the 'blue rinse brigade'. Add that lot up and its most of her income stream. There'll be a lot of grey haired ladies about all of a sudden who weren't before. And then the youngsters with their tints, highlights - 'can't go to work because of bad hair day' etc... But the bills will keep coming. Harry should ask the Ethiopian Gov, seeing as we're so important, the No. 1 priority, to give us a cash injection. Hell, he should have done that before anyway 'to keep the lights on', even if earmarked just for TKGM. At least we can't blame Harry for C-19, but our financial position is his fault due to bad forward planning and not being tougher with our various backers sooner. Delayed elections will be delayed further next, oh so important... Topicel
topicel
14/3/2020
19:07
From daily mail comments section.” I don't have many friends, do most of my shopping online and almost never leave the house. I have nerd immunity.”
robjm66
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