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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kenmare Resources Plc LSE:KMR London Ordinary Share IE00BDC5DG00 ORD EUR0.001 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.00 0.7% 431.00 430.00 432.00 431.00 426.00 427.00 85,970 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 178.3 16.6 11.0 39.3 473

Kenmare Resources Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/5/2020
10:15
Cap - I didn’t follow the numbers on slide 13 of 20 of AGM presentation. Saying cash of $102m and Debt $111m (before drawing the $40m RCF). I thought net cash position was much better than that?
donkey40
07/5/2020
00:16
Share price strength allied with Low trading volume suggests transfer of EIB position is continuing stealthily.
donkey40
29/4/2020
16:28
And not before time.
spectoacc
29/4/2020
16:26
Both EIB and Aberforth have been remiss in their filings. Also, the volumes through the market do not support their change in shareholding’s, with EIB down 4m shares (and presumably still selling) and Aberforth filing your day they hold 4.8m shares. What is the point of a publicly traded market if companies can seemingly circumvent the rules on notifications and thresholds. The share price strength past couple days is however good to see. And also unexpected.
donkey40
28/4/2020
14:30
A little director buying.
spectoacc
26/4/2020
23:04
Omanis are basically the owners of KMR and given the country’s wealth is generated from gas, I feel they are a solid partner for KMR ahead. As long as KMR keeps generating cash over the years (short term blip is ok) to pay dividends. And that seems to be all that KMR is now - a one trick pony to generate cash and reward the shareholders who bailed the company (and current mgmt) out. The 30% and 20% shareholders simply can’t start drip feeding their shares into the market and hope no one notices. With EIB gone, question is who is buying. Plus we might get to see 150p ahead ... Maybe even 120p if things turn really nasty.
donkey40
20/4/2020
14:59
Lordy Lordy Lordy... So EIB are selling down at long last. 6.55m down now to 2.5m shares. Annual report shows they had 6.5m at year end and since there were no days trading where major volume was reported, this suggests EIB have been drip-feeding into the market. I wonder if they have been fully compliant with reporting rules on crossing % threshold holdings though as the drop from 6% to 2.3% now ? But no matter. This is good news longer term imo.
donkey40
19/4/2020
15:38
That is always the crux of the bickering imo.Traders buy and sell volatility and investors buy shares that are relatively cheap compared to financial strength and future cash flow projections.Unfortunately some people think that their way, is the only way to skin a cat.
plat hunter
18/4/2020
17:40
Yes, on a stretched short term to a medium view, I agree !! Markets will, I believe, be subject to periods of heightened volatility ahead - both before and after lockdown ends. With shares here held tightly by 5 big players, maybe there will be days ahead where the share price drops again on relatively light volume to the 150p level short term (could be margin positions being unwound).
donkey40
15/4/2020
11:50
Under £2 is a bargain that's all i care about.
plat hunter
14/4/2020
08:49
And up pops a filtered troll, perfect example :)
spectoacc
14/4/2020
07:24
Sadly a few attention-seeking trolls - often multi-handled - spoil most BBs. An easy solution tho - the Filter button. Since it's mostly the same cretins, only need to filter them once to not have to read anything they post elsewhere.
spectoacc
11/4/2020
11:31
Probably an ex-employee or someone who had a local beef with the family in Warrenstown.
murraybasin
10/4/2020
22:25
But hopefully the conversation can be steered towards current circumstances. I personally am worried that Covid is just warming up in southern africa
donkey40
10/4/2020
22:24
He does seem to like to hark back to 3+ years ago when posters were having a bit of fun predicting the future share price level. Surely he can move on ... or does his profile name give a strong steer to his political allegiance?! Derry’s Walls and No Surrender are clear signals of an ability for long remembrance and a fondness for history battles....
donkey40
10/4/2020
20:35
The business is going to be crushed during 2020. Nothing to do with what that idiot says. He's a retrospective predictor. Forward observation was key here.
murraybasin
10/4/2020
20:16
With a bit of luck, fear and anxiety over covid will drive the short term share price down again to 150p level. Then it is the steal of the century !! Crazy gang on LSE posting and bickering about who was right .... and some are moaning about KMR management drawing down the balance of debt facilities. Plain and simple, that was the smart and clever thing to do !! The longer this outbreak go on (and it really hasn’t yet started in Africa), the harder it will be to get cash from banks as others will increasingly draw down cash reserves. What the short term price is - nobody knows. But taking the longer term view - we may already have a great entry (or average down) price. And that could get even better in the near term days ahead.
donkey40
10/4/2020
16:31
Ignore poster above, spam.
spectoacc
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