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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
  -0.039 -3.8% 0.986 0.962 1.01 1.05 0.962 1.01 18,988,275 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.0 -1.0 - 14

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25/3/2020
16:59
The American central bank has set up the right conditions for the gold price to rise Goldman Sachs has told investors to continue buying gold as the precious metal is the only asset that will protect them as central banks restart their money printing policies in a bid to fight off an economic catastrophe. Analysts at the American bank said currencies would become weaker as both governments and central banks spend money propping up economies. In this environment, gold is the only hedge. Gold has risen 4pc today and the bank's report said it expected the price to rise to $1,800 (£1,534) within a year, up from $1,625. This more than 10pc rise would take the value of the precious metal close to its peak of $1,900. Jeffrey Currie, of Goldman Sachs, said “gold is the currency of last resort” and so should rise when other currencies devalue. This week, the American central bank, the Federal Reserve, announced it would fight the economic threat of the coronavirus through unlimited bond-buying to increase liquidity in markets. The recommendation comes after the price of gold fell in recent weeks despite markets around the world falling. Generally in times of market stress the gold price rises, however, global investors had been short of cash and were selling all assets which pushed the gold price down.
czar
25/3/2020
14:15
Topicel, you wrote: 'You have been asked to give a number as to the items Jaylett listed that wasn't zero.' If you actually bothered to read my post, you will see that at no point do I say, in response to Jaylett's post, that any of the points he made are not zero. In fact, I made it absolutely plain that I certainly did not know. I follow events in Kefi pretty closely, and I was intrigued as to where such information was available. I certainly did not deny its validity. Frankly, unlike you it would appear, I am not the slightest bit interested in points scoring. I am interested in facts. Opinions are good, particularly if they inspire debate, but opinions are NOT facts. Since I know few facts, other than the historic ones, I post only opinions. People, including you, are free to make of them what they will.
scrappycat
25/3/2020
13:14
'Verbal pomposity' what an amusing phrase. All need a laugh now don't we.
mam fach
25/3/2020
13:03
Q: Can you confirm that you still expect ANS to pay their first installment shortly - when all paperwork completed, not waiting until after the election in September? A: Yes. That was posted 8th March So 13 working days and still not sorted.
digger2779
25/3/2020
12:37
Spartikas - where did it get Nyota? Why did Kefi get a free run at TK and all the other outfits with their own resources not jump at the chance? They are doing fine elsewhere in Ethiopia, so maybe it was a significant black hole unless you had the resources? Who led us there? Topicel
topicel
25/3/2020
11:15
So what? All that shows is what a black hole this entire project and indeed country is. @Jaylett - maybe you should dig a black hole in the garden....or get a basic understanding of how exploration companies work. Tulu Kapi’s Ore Reserve estimate totals 15.4 million tonnes at 2.12g/t gold, containing 1.05 million ounces (all in the Probable category). 1.62M oz in the "indicated" category.......... Nyota spent 40-60M on getting to this stage.....it's not a black hole that you can dig in your back garden.
spartikas
25/3/2020
11:09
hxxps://moneyweek.com/investments/commodities/gold/601037/gold-is-on-a-wild-ride-so-should-you-be-buying?
marnewton
24/3/2020
21:05
Am I correct in thinking that it is the project finance, the wodge replacing Ye Olde Bond, that has been delayed by the deferment of the election & the RNS money is still expected in March? If so, how exciting. Just days to go, unless, unless........ :-(
taxlosstone
24/3/2020
20:39
Gone short now RTS? You certainly put the bovver boots in there. Two paper rounds, eh? Topicel
topicel
24/3/2020
20:20
Ethiopia is a very poor nation that depends on the western world for capital and direction. They frighten easily, lack backbone and even the so called powerful elites are equal to that of an average middle class westerner. Prime Minister Abiy Amed is a follower not a leader. Minister of Mines Samuel Urkato also appears particularly weak. Combined they lack power, courage and gumption. As for ANS, I thinking it is well recognised that they lack character and certainly business acumen and most have about as much experience as I did when I had two paper rounds at 11 years old. Herein lies the difference between the developed world and the impoverished and frightened, uneducated and inexperienced developing world....and as a point of fact which continent is at the bottom of that pile but Africa.
riotinted_specs
24/3/2020
17:16
don't bite Jaylett, don't bite.
sweetwaters
24/3/2020
17:15
I'm guessing that jaylett is basing most of his zeros on a distinct lack of photographic evidence of any meaningful infrastructure having been initiated at the site. Certainly no locals have been relocated, over three years since that part of the 'project' was meant to have started.
chopper harris1
24/3/2020
17:01
Looks like there's no stopping the POG...one could say "it's unstoppable". Maybe Harry was alluding to that? Who knows?
digger2779
24/3/2020
16:55
jaylett, Quite a collection of zeros you have there. Just out of curiosity, from where did you derive such information? Personally, I have never been anywhere in Ethiopia, and there are few, if any, applicable photographs. You seemed very adamant, and this intrigued me. For all I know, you may be right, but please clarify your source.
scrappycat
24/3/2020
16:52
So many zero's there!I believe you may be confusing some infrastructure for yourself :-)
shortarm
24/3/2020
16:36
So what? All that shows is what a black hole this entire project and indeed country is. Total amount of actual Ethiopian hard currency put into the project as of now: zero. Farmers moved: zero Roads built: zero Power lines built: zero Other infrastructure built: zero Someone please show me one thing that demonstrates that they actually want to build a gold mine? Because I am massively struggling here and I fear for the prospects of my remaining investment. We're being led a merry dance and TK has been a total disaster since the day HAA got us involved in it.
jaylett
24/3/2020
13:38
Market cap now 8.94M....Nyota spent 40-60M alone on drilling out Tulu Kapi.
spartikas
24/3/2020
13:37
The previous thread was "Kefi Minerals-2010 and into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia", literally he's been pushing powerpoints, journalist interviews and attendance at international investor conferences for 10 YEARS. This was when global finance and markets were generally buoyant. Who thinks this is value for money? Regardless of whether you think the Kefi Plc costs have been justified to-date (and I include the Board and Exec team), who thinks they are warranted at this level moving forwards? Don't you think it prudent to massively reduce Kefi Plc costs and reduce dilution? There's been Oryx and Bondholders and Ethiopian Banks and... enough already, just mothball TK = reduce future costs = reduced dilution. Also stimulate the counter-parties to either take up the mantle or not. OR give ANS X% in TKGM for the 'honour' of taking the lead, project management position, whatever just eliminate Kefi plc costs. I suspect it's what someone in the foodchain wants, so give some % but completely take the pressure of Kefi for costs & sit back. Go back the Saudi horse with a more robust finance AND majority partner in country that has a government that that has experience with mining and provides high levels of finance to support. (and sell interest in Jibal to Artar if possible to raise funds or as a means to reduce Kefi share of research costs of Hawaih. There's plenty more licenses to progress in due course)
sweetwaters
24/3/2020
13:16
Thank you. Only... Quote "CEO median total remuneration for AIM listed companies is £324,000 which is 30% higher than the equivalent figure for 2014. For FDs/CFOs, the median salary for the latest year is £208,000. This figure marks an 18% increase from five years ago when the median salary was £175,500." Unquote 2014 and 5 years ago would indicate figures from 2019 .. IF CEO's from 2019 are getting 324k (as an average) and Adams actually got 371k in 2018.. even without a payrise he's in the upper side for NON income generating Company. Reading this paragraph from the Report it would indicate that the figures mentioned are from 2019. And Kefi hasn;t reported its financials from 2019 yet.. SO, extrapolating THESE figures Adams is even MORE overpaid than you try and explain.
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