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KMR Kenmare Resources Plc

-3.50 (-0.86%)
Last Updated: 14:59:55
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50 -0.86% 403.50 9,353 14:59:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
405.00 407.00 414.00 400.00 410.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels USD 525.99M USD 206.03M USD 2.1727 1.88 387.38M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:54:34 O 1 406.50 GBX

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Posted at 05/12/2023 08:20 by Kenmare Resources Daily Update
Kenmare Resources Plc is listed in the Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KMR. The last closing price for Kenmare Resources was 407p.
Kenmare Resources currently has 94,829,551 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Kenmare Resources is £387,378,716.
Kenmare Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 1.88.
This morning KMR shares opened at 410p
Posted at 23/11/2023 10:14 by dimknaf
On 5th December, Kenmare will be one of the companies to be presented at the London Value Investing Club.

Personally, I would like to ask the speaker about the history of management, and the massive dilution in the past.

Because, if it's their business to print shares, as in some other companies, even with 0.10x price to book, at the end you may stay with 1/1000th of what you had.

But, if there was a bad management in place, and now this has changed, I would be inclined to buy at this price.

So, I will ejnoy the discussion, and learn more from people that follow the company.
Posted at 18/11/2023 14:41 by robmcelf2
I think KMR share price has 2 big share price drivers in 2024 1. The trailing PE is 2.2 - that's unbelievably low - must be one of the lowest in the FTSE? Not sure why it's so low but with decent production lying ahead of us, no obvious spikes in opex and market pricing unlikely to collapse, re-rating must be possible 2. Divi yield of 12% at this price is mouth watering. Does anyone see other drivers?
Posted at 11/9/2023 12:49 by robmcelf2
Good point! Maybe 422 will act as an underpinning price now with such a big buy at this level?
Posted at 11/9/2023 12:12 by soitopdog
But the company lost 30million USD to buy the shares so market cap will should be less but share price stays the same but yes would expect it to gain back in the near future as that profit keeps rolling in after all it's a great value company with a great dividend
Posted at 11/9/2023 07:16 by robmcelf2
Looks like 5.9 per cent of shares in issue will be purchased under the tender offer that closed last Friday. So the share price should jump by about 6% as a consequence if the market cap is to remain the same..
Posted at 02/9/2023 08:54 by robmcelf2
Hopefully the KMR share price should move forward a bit on 11 September after the tender offer price of 422 expires..
Posted at 16/8/2023 09:12 by robmcelf2
All it does surely is pin the share price back to 4.22 until the offer date expires? Not well thought through. They should done the usual and bought back at market price.
Posted at 13/7/2023 07:53 by spectoacc
Another mildly disappointing production report - at least blaming lightening rather than Covid or the war in Ukraine - but KMR's so cheap, not certain it matters much.

Holding out the prospect of another share buy back too.
Posted at 31/12/2019 18:03 by donkey40
HNY greetings and all that. I am still poor thanks to KMR, so really I ain’t much in the mood to big it up.

I have long held the view that KMR share price is stage managed to suit others particular outcome. The share price jumped from the 210 range to 230 range last week, on thin volume. That got me thinking. That got me thinking either Oman or M&G wanted it higher at year end - why?

Why is easy - gaited funds and all that so pressure elsewhere within M&G to show good year end liquidity and valuations (within reason). Take the ‘look after the pennies’ approach - and year end valuations etc look better than they otherwise might.

Then I decided to test the market yday and today. Sold a few shares yday at 235p but there was no appetite for buyers to drive it higher. So today I stuck shares to sell at 234p, 235p, 236, 237p, 237.5p and 238p.

234 went immediately. 235 went after about 40 mins. 1 share of mine (on to sell at 236) went last trade of the day.

Year end close 236. That is the level they wanted (235-236). Now I expect it to trade backward quite quickly in first 2-3 weeks January - between 210-220 range. I personally don’t think the exact year end numbers matter - everyone reasonably knows these are within the guidance range. Shipments will dictate the final Revenue figure for 2019 and if this is less than expected, we can expect great attention piled onto outlook for ilmenite in 2020 (started with a bang).

Reality here - one mine and a set suit of products to produce and sell. Dominant position in the market. Tough place to do business but they should, by now, know how to co-exist there reasonably successfully. The problems are what management are paid to manage through...

It’s all quite boring really !!!

Posted at 08/1/2019 22:32 by donkey40
Well if Brexit impacts meaningfully on KMR share price, there is not much point of idiots like us trying to punt the markets...
And DT rhetoric, well that is designed to Make America Great Again, so that leads to domestic consumption (not regression). Ie increased demand for paint.

So, sorry, but all this market rhetoric and justification. - sorry but it doesn’t work for me in terms of why KMR share price is ‘stuck’
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