Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kenmare Resources LSE:KMR London Ordinary Share IE00BDC5DG00 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.41% 243.00p 13,176 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
247.00p 249.00p 249.00p 244.00p 244.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 154.2 13.7 13.3 18.1 266.33

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26/5/2018
09:20
Kenmare Daily Update: Kenmare Resources is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KMR. The last closing price for Kenmare was 242p.
Kenmare Resources has a 4 week average price of 205p and a 12 week average price of 205p.
The 1 year high share price is 351.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 205p.
There are currently 109,601,551 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 20,328 shares. The market capitalisation of Kenmare Resources is £266,331,768.93.
26/5/2018
09:31
murraybasin: It was all going very well until some utter moron started to prattle on about the share price. There's always one though, isn't there.
15/5/2018
16:20
donkey40: Then why is the share price still a bag of keegh?
12/4/2018
05:58
wheniamfree: “Excellent progress has been made to reduce unit operating costs in recent years, through a combination of higher product volumes and cost saving measures. However, WCP A and B will encounter lower mineral grades as they enter the later years of their mine paths in the Namalope ore zone. The impact of this reduction in grade will be offset by some additional mining capacity, process improvements and increasing plant operating time, facilitated by enhanced business systems and equipment upgrades, together with continued training and up-skilling of our workforce.” Note the word “offset”. Where is the expectations of growth or does that come in 2021 when they begin to mine better grades? “Kenmare continued to grow production in 2017, as targeted, with production volumes for all products achieving new records, particularly ilmenite which has been operating at an annualised rate of circa 1 million tonnes per annum since mid-2016. It is planned that production will remain at approximately this level until Wet Concentrator Plant (WCP) B begins mining the Pilivili deposit in 2021 after completion of its mine path in the Namalope ore zone.” Q1 2018 and production is already down?? Furthermore production to remain at 1m tonnes until 2021 - that is contradictory to what was stated in the first paragraph and both are taken from the same RNS!? “Ilmenite prices continued to rise through 2017, albeit at a slower rate in the second half of the year as low-grade concentrates were induced into the market and Chinese environmental inspections caused disruption. Received prices are expected to average at higher levels in 2018, supported by continued demand growth and a reduction of low quality ilmenite supplied from stockpiles.” Low quality ilmenite, as stated in the RNS the grades are continued to expect to fall until 2021. So pricing will not be as strong for Kenmare as perhaps the rest of the market. You pay for quality, investors wish to see growth, if these unforeseen circumstances keep occurring - that will have a negative impact on production and figures. The profits need to increase YoY for share price appreciation. It isn’t like they maintain their rating and pay a divi or offer any of it back to SHs, no they pay themselves fat salaries and bonuses for the excessive board count and spend their money on capex to expand production figures (which as per above are expected to remain at 1m tonnes until 2021) to help offset the falling grades ergo treading water. It’s all in the RNS. I just fail to see how you can claim to offset falling grades and increase production and then in the same announcement state that production figures will remain the same despite the concentrator upgrade. Which is it? If Q1 is anything to go by I’d suggest a contraction as opposed to expansion.
12/4/2018
05:43
wheniamfree: “Kenmare Resources output slips due to project outages. StockMarketWire.com - Kenmare Resources said production of all of its key mineral sands decreased in the first quarter following planned and unplanned stoppages at its operations in Mozambique. Excavated ore volumes slipped 7% on-year to 7.8m tons, as production of ilmenite, zircon and rutile fell 18%, 9% and 5%, respectively. Shipments of finished products, however, increased by 4% to 252,700 tonnes. At 1:25pm: [LON:KMR] Kenmare Resources PLC share price was -4p at 226p.” Short and to the point minus all the fluff. Http://www.stockmarketwire.com/article/5928534/Kenmare-Resources-output-slips-due-to-project-outages.html
09/4/2018
01:54
donkey40: Thanks Murraybasin - very comprehensive posts. I would not worry about Wheniamfree - he is just being mischevious with myself. Him and I have a running dingdong on another board, where I have been getting under his skin about a company he had high hopes for. He seems to think that the current share price weakness in KMR is his opportunity to poke me back. Luckily for him, his loss elsewhere could turn out well now he is getting real and proper insight into a company with real business, assets and revenues. The cash generative side looks increasingly tasty imo as we progress into the year.
08/4/2018
18:51
murraybasin: P.S. The prices quoted earlier are obviously for ilmenite. The H&P report bases its assertion on zircon reference prices of $1200/tonne during 2018. Spot price for zircon (per Bloomberg) is already at $1600/tonne with Iluka's reference price currently over $1400/tonne. H&P put forward EBITDA of $129m in 2018 with net profit of $75m. They were spot on for 2017 with EBITDA of $75m and net profit of $28m. Given their $200 under-shoot on zircon prices, probably means their EBITDA and net profit values are also under-stated. Following, it looks like the current share price puts KMR on a forward P/E of something between 3 and 3.5.
06/4/2018
07:36
wheniamfree: Let’s see, debt for equity swaps and lenders hold a large portion of stock in a highly risked Company. Not only did the original debt get written down they had to take an equity based payment (hence why shareholders got wiped out) or did you not realise since you keep saying how many shares are in issue. Let me point out the 109m shares are post consolidation so a multiple of 200 needs to be applied there for true count. The CEO has apparently raised points of illiquidity. That is all a front imho, the stock is illiquid for a reason although he does air that concerns of future investors will be that debt lenders will dump stock hence why such an overhang exists. Where are all the recent sells from? It was noted that MC was speaking to those lenders to try and release stock and create liquidity, I am sure they are more than willing to however where are the buyers? If what we see in terms of consistent drip drip drip of stock and share price decline is the lenders then perhaps MC should be careful what he wishes for. Where is all the appetite for stock. What I find fascinating is that with such a small realised profit (the first in many years let me add) why the salaries/pensions and bonuses of a board some 12 strong (yes 12!) totalled 20% of that figure? Also are you able to advise me on how a company operating in Mozambique has its chief operating officer not even in country let alone onsite!?
05/4/2018
17:28
donkey40: Other than tongue in cheek comments to you, I don’t believe I have been “selling”; this stock to anyone, anywhere. I did (as in, used to) post there that I saw the investment fundamentals of this company there are positive going forward. Thankfully over in that group, the conversation was considerably more grown up, less emotional and way less antagonistic than on a CBM Botswana Stock we both follow. However, and let me emphasise this for you and say it in as clear and simple a way as possible so you don’t get confused (yet again), I have never pushed, pumped, promoted, this stock to anyone on any board. And whilst there are current issue(s) impacting the share price now, I anticipate these will be resolved in time and this stock should see its share price rise from today’s level. And rise anywhere from 50-100% for this level relatively quickly. If you are of a mind to vent, antagonise, frustrate, whine, complain, etc or indeed have valid questions or concerns about this company - I suggest you post on LSE. They are a welcoming enough bunch. Or call II or DYOR - as I have done for many years here. I certainly don’t need to bother with some Johnny Come lately blow in thinking he is being a smart ass. The others on LSE may be more accommodating - assuming of course you have real interest to know something.
29/3/2018
17:01
wheniamfree: The lenders point is of no concern and an excuse in my view. Perception that investors will not come due to an overhang of stock to be shifted, therefore they need to generate interest at an institutional level which in turn would shift stock from lender to investor in Ann off market transaction. How would that assist in liquidity? If the lenders wish to flush stock on to market they will do so, thus resolve your issue with liquidity but in turn suppress the share price. The issue in this factor is down to supply and demand as per my comment above. There are sellers but no interest to take stock hence the drop in price, I can see why. That also then begs the question of why are the board not investing into the story? Too early in the day to confirm the company has made a turnaround despite posting profit, a lot is hinged on commodity pricing and a change in this is likely to give a similar outcome to pre refinancing - the market are not convinced, why is the product sale price so low? I see the board are still taking their pound of flesh too.
30/4/2015
12:29
sorksandnorks: Sadly, now that Iluka have returned with a much reduced offer I believe there is very little upside to the KMR share price from now on. The most it could reach based on today's Iluka price is around 6.5p and, as all-share deals are much less appealing than good honest cash ones, I suspect that such a price is very unlikely. If this can drag itself up to 5p then after so many years of suffering I for one will be glad to get out albeit at a very hefty loss. Good luck to all my fellow sufferers - I wish you better luck next time - and always remember: Beware of fools masquerading as directors......
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