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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -2.66% 0.915 4,403,476 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.86 0.97 0.93 0.90 0.92
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -4.96 -1.04 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:17:41 O 2,000,000 0.88 GBX

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Kefi Minerals Daily Update: Kefi Minerals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KEFI. The last closing price for Kefi Minerals was 0.94p.
Kefi Minerals Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.80p and a 12 week average price of 0.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.42p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.80p.
There are currently 706,778,448 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,529,710 shares. The market capitalisation of Kefi Minerals Plc is £6,467,022.80.
estseon: Re the Charmer post 60563 Q. Does Sanderson still hold security? A. As set out in the announcement, Sanderson has undertaken to release security. Q. Will the new working capital lender hold security? A. The new working capital lender is unsecured. Q. Will ANS Mining hold security? A. ANS Mining will hold the security. Q. Why did you part-replace Sanderson with the new lender? A. To use the security cover for best effect, to allow greater flexibility with deals in Ethiopia and to spread our funding sources, Q.One of KEFI’s shareholders and supporters suggested in a public podcast that you could have done a better deal with another particular lender. Can you comment? A. We did compare alternative offerings and picked the deal that worked best for KEFI. We do not comment publicly beyond that. Q. Why do you not just make a placing and avoid these working capital lenders? A. It’s a choice based on the Board’s assessment of likely milestones in the short term and the lowest cost of capital in that light. Q. How do you feel seeing the share price reaction? A. Disappointed for the shareholders who sold. Posted 09 August 2019 ANS appear to be calling too many shots but at least there is that evidence that they consider TK to be a valuable asset, something to grasp at and conspire for, and any form of reflection of the potential value of that asset in the Kefi share price would result in a multiple revaluation from this low level.
topicel: Estseon - all fine points of course. That things change, go wrong, are out of Harry's control is not in doubt. That he kept saying otherwise is the issue. People are on about the blooming politicians not being honest. There is a need for trust and straight talking that should have been HAA's forte as a big bluff Aussie but he has sugar-coated everything. You can't deny that. Rory Stewart is getting plenty of momentum in the leadership farce simply because he is being honest. Probably won't get him the job but he isn't conning anyone. Harry has been leading us up the garden path for a long time about this project and not being straight with investors. Well, not in public. That is the point most like me have been making. It is undeniable and so is the way the share price has reacted. Many times a company's share price is boosted when a poor CEO steps aside. AIM is full of them and their fiefdoms. Harry might get the job done, but he's been as much the problem as anything. EMED shows that too, doesn't it? As we are now all being attuned to the lack of ANS monies now until 'after the rainy season' - yes, that old chestnut - or maybe 'in the next quarter' - yes, another one - we shall just have to wait. 700m shares by then. Unless I'm missing something in the latest 'code'. Harry was told five years ago to raise substantial sums when the share price was far higher. He didn't. Was that the fault of the Ethiopians? Topicel
robjm66: hxxps:// The Company's existing issued ordinary shares have a nominal value of 1.7p each ("Existing Ordinary Shares"). The closing price of the Existing Ordinary Shares on 31 May 2019 (being the latest practicable date prior to publication of this document) was 1.47p per Existing Ordinary Share. The Company is not permitted by law to issue shares at an issue price which is below their nominal value, and therefore is unable in the present climate to raise money by way of a fresh issue of shares to the fact that the market price of the Existing Ordinary Shares is below their nominal value. Accordingly, it is proposed that each of the Existing Ordinary Shares be sub-divided into one new ordinary share of 0.1p ("New Ordinary Share") and one deferred share of 1.6p ("Deferred Share"). The Deferred Shares will have no value or voting rights and will not be admitted to trading on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange plc. I am I no way an expert but just looks like some house keeping to give the option to raise some funds if they needed to and was in light of a 1.47 share price substantially lower than the present price. AGM not till the 28th and think kefi will have funds from ANS before (maybe/probably long before that)with other good news so there is simply no need for this arrangement as the shares will not be below their nominal value. Can understand why it was introduced as Kefi has had good news before and we have sat here and wondered why the share price was not a lot higher but would make sense for the company to withdraw this after the ANS funds are received as no longer being needed. Otherwise harry is going to look a bit of a prawn giving us all the good news then talking about why we have to do this when we actually do not. Could make some kind of commitment now in the Q@A section on Kefi website along the lines if the measure is no longer needed due to the share price being over it nominal value it will of course be withdrawn before the AGM. Then problem solved.
cybaajak: The last time Kefi Share Price was 5.57 was March 2017, Just after the 1 for 17 consolidation and before Lanstead started screwing with their side of a finance deal. Also there have been 4 or 5 dilutions since then, 2 States of Emergency, Share holders have been called 'nervous nellies' while watching their investment get slaughtered, deadlines for ANS funding have been made, broken, remade 7 or 8 times over. Resident farmers have been 'moving' since 2015, only being hindered by no less than 2 wet seasons a year, because Ethiopia. The most recent question mark hangs over resolution number 8 for this years AGM. Oh yeah, and ANS funding, which was 'supposed' to be in an escrow account awaiting Central Bank clearance and release..
letmepass: External pressures that have weighed on the share price performance of KEFI Minerals plc(LON:KEFI) are easing, according to Cantor Fitzgerald.The broker initiated coverage on the gold miner with a 'buy' recommendation and 26p target price, not far off five times the current share price of 5.57p.
ahmedbin69: • Market Cap £10M. Planned 45% beneficial interest in Tulu Kapi has NPV £40Mnow and £66M at start of production in 2 years.• NPV is net of debt, at US$1,300/oz gold, on open pit 1M oz Reserves (JORC), discount rate of 8% on net cash flow after tax & after debt service.• NPV increases 50% with 10% increase of gold price or of processing rate.• Project equity $58M (£44M) from Ethiopian investors (Government and ANS).• Infrastructure finance mandated; independent expert report signed, drafted principal project contracts; management team expanded; community ready.• NPV's ignores underground deposit, Tulu Kapi district and Saudi assets.• During construction, will drill out satellite deposits and large VMS targets inboth Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia, where we have strong local partners.• Working capital facility (convertible at 2p per share) of £4M approved by shareholders Dec 2018 to cover needs pending full project finance closing.Corporate OverviewSummary AIM codeShare price - 12 mthShare price (25/4/2019)Share TurnoverShares in issueMarket capNomadSummary (1) KEFI 1.25p (low)/4.70 (high)1.6p2M per day644 million£10M (c. $13M)SP Angel Brandon Hill CapitalAnalyst Coverage share price Angel SVS Capital Edison Research 1) Data correct as of 26 April 2019
cybaajak: Kefi Share price would seem to be at odds with getting over the starting line...
indi123: Thanks for the reply cl12201. I'm probably being thick, but I still can't get my head around how much this deal is worth in relation to the Kefi share price.
gibrewog: God what’s happening Kefi share price rising! It must be pre Christmas cheer or something)s leaked out. Is the money finally on its way?
cybaajak: Someone recently asked Kefi management a direct question about the cost of the upcoming agreement for Kefi Financing in 2019. I feel its worth pointing out here, in advance of the General Meeting to vote on the resolutions to pass said finance, that the details in the Q & A ONLY refer to the COST of the FINANCE. No mention in the calculations the actual scale of the shares that will be needed to full-fill the repayment clauses. What is not mentioned in the Q & A is the agreement involves the Finance Issuer has the choice of taking HALF of the Finance Package back as shares when Kefi repays the loan collateral. 1. So if Kefi draws down £2m of finance, the cost increases to £480k or 12.0% (10.8% excluding legal costs). This is 24 million shares @ 2p or 4.3% of the current issued share capital. PLUS 50 MILLION SHARES @ 2p instead of the capital ALL being repaid out of the the funds expected WHEN the BOND gets issued (IF EVER !) 2. So if Kefi draws down the full £4m of finance, the cost increases to £830k or 20.8% (19.5% excluding legal costs) of the Facility. Or equal to 41.5 million shares @ 2p or 7.5% of the current issued share capital. AND 100 MILLION SHARES @ 2p, instead of the capital ALL being repaid out of the funds expected WHEN the BOND gets Issued (IF EVER !) Why would such drastic finance be required IF there was any expectation the Luxemburg would actually agree to a BOND ? There is no mention of future share price rises in that agreement, like when the Consortiums Finances get paid, OR the BOND gets issued, or even if new discoveries are made during planned exploration. WHICH, even in the darkest of projections, some share price recover 'could' be expected to happen. Reminder: Lanstead got 84 Million shares to provide 18 months of finance and look what happened since. This upcoming "deal" issues at minimum 74 million shares and 141.5 million at the top end...(25% of the current share certs in issue) and its slanted towards the Loan Issuer that recompense is at the 2p mark not at what the current share price will be in the future. Death Spiral Finance is looking kindergarden confetti by that benchmark.
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