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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
  0.0275 2.67% 1.0575 1.05 1.065 1.145 1.035 1.05 44,554,882 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.0 -1.0 - 15

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20/3/2020
14:56
The Sage speaks! LOL
thedickster
20/3/2020
14:25
All this fuss, best just to sit on your hands and stop whinging:The mine will go forward, that we knowthe corona virus will be tackled, the markets will recover, investors will look for more discernable value versus highly speculative exploration shares. Kefi offers thatEthiopia do need gold given their inflationary currency,Current market cap is less than that of the dozen houses on my small street.TULU KAPI is still earmarked to be the Ethiopia's largest export revenue generator Great time to invest!
riotinted_specs
20/3/2020
12:49
ham1 The point is that Ethiopia badly needs foreign exchange - which TK will supply. They want to develop their mining industry, and, to this end, have asked KEFI to set up a mining training scheme for Ethiopians. And the Government, or so we are told, has started their investments. Given that the people who will be providing the finance (probably!) are prominent Ethiopian businessmen I think it is inconceivable that they will not comply with the Government's wishes. Of course, being Africa, the "manana" approach is even more casual than it implies.
goatherd
20/3/2020
12:13
@Jaylett ...hmmm "how they treat a high profile, hugely important project" Not sure that's so important. Have you ever heard about Majors knocking Kefi doors to JV Tulu Kapi? Personally I prefer to have a mining partner (know-how & money) for Kefi, and not an African Government. But it seems they weren't so interested. How many gold projects were developed since 2013 in Africa? even in more complicated and riskier countries Maybe TK is not so high profile? H
ham1
20/3/2020
10:53
Maybe the notary has disappeared.
divmad
20/3/2020
10:05
The ANS money remains firmly in their wallets.. as it has been for the last few years (despite mumblings from Harry that they will pay up).. unfortunately covid will provide yet another period of reviews and reviews... the carrot and the donkey is the best analogy of the mess here...
pjj71
19/3/2020
18:30
I'm kinda confused why you're here?Seriously!?
shortarm
19/3/2020
11:51
taxlosstone - my post was a bit tongue in cheek. The straw that is being clutched is slowly going down the plug hole. Think Harry was banking on it happening so he could raise some cash with the 2p warrants. Or it could've been another smokescreen?
digger2779
19/3/2020
11:04
I spotted those trades yesterday and thought it was someone doing a rollover at the bottom end. He must be some twisted individual teasing us with an RNSable event knowing full well we are waiting for our good friends in ANS lol.
digger2779
19/3/2020
10:00
glen, 2 million shares are currently worth around £10k. Not a problem for a B & ISA.
scrappycat
19/3/2020
09:49
Any guesses as to how much salary this clown is drawing each month from KEFI?
chopper harris1
19/3/2020
09:47
taxi, Looks like a transfer into an ISA to me. Hopefully ne is anticipating significant taxable gains and is avoiding that.
scrappycat
19/3/2020
09:38
KEFI Minerals (AIM: KEFI), the gold exploration and development company with projects in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, was notified on 18 March 2020 by the Company's non-executive director, Norman Ling, that he sold on market 2,000,000 ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 0.52 pence per share and that he had purchased on market 2,000,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of 0.52 pence per share, both transactions occurring on 18 March 2020. Following the purchase and sale Mr. Ling continues to beneficially hold 2,295,486 Ordinary Shares, representing approximately 0.18% of the issued share capital of the Company. Ah! Some activity from my all-time favourite non-exec director. Talk about re-arranging the deckchairs....... No way he's sticking his hand in his pocket then!:-(
taxlosstone
19/3/2020
07:55
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glenalmond
19/3/2020
07:50
Anyone wondering what happened to the ramptastic Strap-on Kid, oilisgold? I've just stumbled across the mug ramping elsewhere 😆 https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=45654975 Third top of the Free BB top ten.
glenalmond
19/3/2020
01:27
Topicel, Yet more proof of your literal Diarrhoea, and, as is frequently the case, largely devoted to criticising others. 1. I have never claimed this to be a successful investment, but I do believe it will be a profitable one eventually. For me, should this prove to be the case, it will represent a successful investment, not a poor one. I agree it could have better, but it meets my criteria for success. I hope it does for you too. 2. Your parameters for 'speaking with forked tongue are, imo, totally arbitrary, as is your definition of 'ostrich like'. In fact, by your criteria, I suggest that some may consider that you are the one who is 'ostrich like' with your inability to countenance any expression of opinion that does not reflect, or concur with, your own. I have never ridiculed your, or others, posts, but you seem incapable of this. 3. I rarely criticise the posts of others. but I do try to provide logically derived alternatives that, I accept, may, or may not, reflect the true position. In other words, I try to give food for thought, not dogmatism
scrappycat
18/3/2020
21:36
Topical if it goes to 0.75, cash out and cut your losses. I made the hard decision to sell out of everything but one stock last week. You get a whole different perspective of the market and a massive sense of bullet missed everyday. The virus alone will take markets progressively down until at least mid may and then who knows what the knock on effects will do. Could easily be 2008 all over again, which is really what needs to happen has the markets have spent a decade on borrowed time and borrowed money, caused by governments and central banks being too scared to make hard decisions. We'll see some suckers rallys - biggest ever rise in FTSE was in the height of the 2008 crisis - but the trend is only going one way for at least a couple of months. At the height of the virus things will get very dark.
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