Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kenmare Resources Plc LSE:KMR London Ordinary Share IE00BDC5DG00 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 0.85% 237.00 235.00 237.00 239.00 229.00 229.00 21,131 16:28:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 205.6 44.0 36.1 6.7 260

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04/3/2019
21:45
One man said, may the 4th be with you. Another said, I'd gladly pay you Tuesday.
murraybasin
28/2/2019
14:09
Will give you that one. Sleep walking beauty now out of the way for a substantially reduced award. Results soon and should be good, solid, bullish. The question is - is that the trigger or do we continue on building the base which coincidentally is the same price as the Material Deleveraging price (or slightly lower) from 3 years ago ?! Dat da part dat nooo make sense ! However Kinsella would appear to be closing the book on legacy issues. Time to prosper soon me’thinks.
ih_658216
27/2/2019
21:18
Wait for the floor Donkey, it's the safest place to pick up a falling knife from. Sustained period in this range is good, "the longer the base the higher in space"
plat hunter
27/2/2019
00:12
End of Feb and still twiddling. What are the TA and chartist clevers now saying ?!
ih_658216
24/2/2019
14:06
Thanks for your unparalleled insight. Always good to know we got folks like you to keep us from beating ourselves up too much. You are a beaut mate xx
ih_658216
23/2/2019
08:42
Looks like we have another 'DelBoy' ... turnaround specialist waltzes in full of the joys of spring and still waiting for two-eighty to come around 12 months on.
murraybasin
22/2/2019
22:59
"118 lol" We are gifted to have new experts along to help us find our way.
murraybasin
21/2/2019
23:20
Miton are the first significant Income Fund institutional shareholder. So if they are a sign of the future owners here, then maybe these 5, 6 or 7 quid share price predictions are never going to be seen. Did SGRF really dump in $100m to receive a dividend cheque twice a year? How is that going to claw back the previous 20% M&G pretty much lost first time around? Are Capital throwing in the towel, and following Majedie through the exit after over a decade of support. EIB, the most unusual of long term holders are still hanging in and sold down a minimal number to feed Miton’s appetite. So it starts behaving like an income stock, meaning share price large appreciation is unlikely. Then low and behold a couple of chartists jump on the board and start taking an interest. It’s a funny old world following this one !!
donkey40
21/2/2019
19:01
Majedie are known to want out, nothing personal. EIB are known to be wanted out, personal. Capital Group is the odd one out here. They have persevered this far. No reason for anyone to sell at £2 to enable anyone else to increase position. Supply and demand should determine the market. Miton Group: Previous 5.48% Current 7.67% (up) Majedie: Previous 3.65% Current 2.55% (down) EIB: Previous 7.15% Current 6.99% (down) Capital Group: Previous 6.50% Current 4.70% (down)
murraybasin
21/2/2019
14:29
What are peoples opinion of Miton, they keep popping up in a few places that I'm looking in at, at the moment.I may be wrong but their lead SMcap manager recently left too.
plat hunter
21/2/2019
13:01
So Capital, EIB and Majedie have sold down some shares to enable Miton to increase their position. Some see that as bad; others see it as good - interesting that M&G and SGRF are unchanged. Presumably any new serious Buyers can be filled from the 50+% owners
donkey40
19/2/2019
14:56
Some of us been wondering that for over 3 years now.
donkey40
19/2/2019
14:14
Bit of a mystery as far as i am concerned too.
spooky
19/2/2019
13:36
Chart is presentlystill in negative trend. Appears therefore that the market is still not so keen. Any explanations for that anyone?
thorpematt
18/2/2019
12:56
Primed or priming…. don’t see either for now. KMR have enough to get on with their 150M capex in the next couple of years, plus logistics of the big move and would MC at this age wish to go looking for new, additional challenges elsewhere at this stage in his life. Doubt it. Still, interesting question. From 2021, how to keep growing or resign themselves to being a steady state cash cow. T/O – resources, Africa, env. controls back home.. think would have to look East, possibly Lomon B. and if so, at what price. Not at anywhere close to present M/C. If there was someone coming, think share price would not be surpressed artificially but would be the opposite… reflecting the possibility…. so this is as good a guide as any to lack of activity.
caposoka
18/2/2019
08:47
Something about ‘white ghost of the night’ sticks out, can't quite put my finger on it.
murraybasin
17/2/2019
21:28
Jeez Cap - you made it all sound so simple. So what does the mgmt team do all year round ? Ben is busy with Production; fixed the barge; they sell to about 6 customers; refreshed the website a year back; moved to nice offices; have loads of cash in reserve accounts; have cheap debt funding so no incentive to early prepay; now profitable and soon to pay a maiden divi. Only thing left I can see to resolve is the ‘white ghost of the night’ debacle.... Primed for a takeover or priming to take something over ??
donkey40
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