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Keras Res LSE:KRS London Ordinary Share GB00B649J414 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.375p 0.35p 0.40p 0.375p 0.375p 0.375p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.2 0.2 2.1 8.58

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16/1/2019
21:17
RS, RL's last sentence was quite telling I hope. In any case, Nayega is valued at less than zero presently.
zhockey
16/1/2019
18:35
The elephant in the room, which is not mentioned in the RNS or by share price Angel is will KRS get a production licence? Being technically able to produce 6.5 Kt/m right now is great, but only if they are allowed to. I can't see why the offtaker would not go for a longer term offtake deal. Hopefully the Togo Govt will see that shutting the whole thing down at the end of the bulk sample does nobody any good and will at least allow the operations to carry on as is, but ideally we want 250Kt/a
rec0very stock
16/1/2019
13:07
Afternoon Stockriser, My family are well, thanks. Hope your family are well too. Your holding here will IMHO give you a good profit. I will message you soon so we can can catch up. I am very busy on the house front. ATB, GD
greatfull dead
16/1/2019
11:38
Morning GD - so glad you pointed me in this direction over a year ago. Slowly been building a significant (for me) holding here since then. Hope you and the family are well - catchup soon perhaps.
stockriser
16/1/2019
10:25
Good day all. So happy to have held on here. ATB, GD
greatfull dead
16/1/2019
10:20
Keras Resources* (KRS LN) 0.38p, Mkt Cap £8.6m – High-grade manganese ore looks good for Keras cash flow BUY, Target price 1.04p CLICK FOR FULL NOTE PDF Keras Resources report positive assays from their 10,000t bulk sample taken in Togo, West Africa. The team report average manganese grades of 41.15% exceeding expectations. Grades range from 39.61-42.76% showing a remarkable consistency of manganese material. The assays are reported to have also exceeded the specifications of the specialist manganese alloy producer / offtaker. Keras is able to produce some 6,500t per month with its existing setup though this is over our assumed production rate of around 6,000t per month in our modelling. Manganese ore prices are reported to be 5.7% lower last Friday by Fastmarkets MB at $5.76/DMT for 37% manganese ore due to weak downstream demand in China Prices peaked in March last year at $8.21/DMT having risen through Q1 on strong demand. Conclusion: The assay of higher than expected manganese ore grades is good for ongoing offtake demand and for premiums on the standard 37% manganese price *SP Angel act as Nomad and broker to Keras Resources
cpap man
16/1/2019
09:59
Thanks for the info Ed, must admit, despite being in FRX/KRS since 2012, my memory is not as good as yours! Despite the price falling the back end of 2018, this report sees manganese steadily rising throughout 2019 with further larger increases through to 2025. The report also explains it’s reasoning behind their pricing forecast, an interesting read.... https://tinyurl.com/y7ubut3j
andylee3
16/1/2019
08:35
It was back around 15/16 that Dave was gonna release the triple whammy DFS/ML/Funding RNS, Mn price was around $1.48 and then rose to $1.80 ish. So if we put the recent $5.07 into perspective, yes its dropped a little recently but its fantastic compared to when they first thought about development of Nayega. Nayega and the elusive mining licence is still the main reason I hold here, CAI is just a bonus always has been since they split KRS. Hopefully the performance of this trial mine will kick the government into action to issue the full ML for 250-500k pa. Regards, Ed.
edgein
16/1/2019
08:15
Zhockey, Nope around $1/mtu at the time. The Mn is 11-14% and from surface to about 10m deep its more like alluvial mining almost rather than a pit. They just sort it and wash it to turn it into consistently high 41% Mn it seems. With the Mn price currently around the $5/mtu its got fantastic economics. hTTps://www.jupitermines.com/projects/tshipi/manganese-price-information Regards, Ed.
edgein
16/1/2019
08:06
Ed, cash costs expected to be $2/DMTU aren't they?
zhockey
16/1/2019
07:57
I remember when I first bought FRX due to Nayega being a future cash cow, 38% Mn concentrate was $1.80/MTU. Regards, Ed.
edgein
14/1/2019
22:02
Sir, your article is about Magnesium. For those interested in Manganese: hxxps://www.metalbulletin.com/Article/3853577/DAVIES-ON-ORES-Last-years-good-news-proving-a-drag-on-manganese-in-2019.html Manganese 37% FOB PE is down 17% in the past month.
zhockey
14/1/2019
20:27
"manganese still collapsing" back up your statement ! manganese is sought after for the energy market,but more important manganese is in crictital supply for the food chain "fertilizer" actually if you read the link manganese is being extracted from waste coal. hTTps://stockhead.com.au/resources/latrobe-nabbed-a-patent-in-india-to-recover-magnesium-from-coal-waste/
dreamtwister
14/1/2019
09:25
Manganese still collapsing, will be interesting to see where the floor is.
zhockey
11/1/2019
08:28
Calidus selling off as expected.
zhockey
07/1/2019
10:25
Mn is down 10% in two weeks. Whilst the gold price rising is good for sentiment, in the short term there's a risk that CAI would sell-off when the resource upgrade is announced.
zhockey
07/1/2019
09:51
Now that's the best bit of Double Dutch I've seen in a long time. Mn is not collapsing and it's balanced by the fact that Au is rising.
chirpy cheep
07/1/2019
09:33
Could be a good buying opportunity coming up, with the Manganese price collapsing and potential sell on the news at Calidus.
zhockey
04/1/2019
15:24
Blimy the late and slightly controversial/mad but much missed and my drinking buddy Ashley James (RIP) must be sending his thoughts to Clive Maund... good read Andy "dyor, nag, etc *-) for those who are old enough to remember his posts
seagreen
03/1/2019
18:49
Nice read that Andy, thanks for posting it.
alwaysevolving
03/1/2019
08:31
Interesting article....”What’s Different with gold this time around” https://tinyurl.com/y7xqxmaw
andylee3
24/12/2018
14:52
Let's hope that the overspend was for a good reason, i.e. securing a new investment prospect.
zhockey
24/12/2018
14:08
All back on track - notice how there is no mention of end of Jan date for completion now. Instead "This payment is expected in February 2019 post the completion of the bulk sample. The loan will be repayable at a 4% premium on or before 30 March 2019" So a small delay and directors putting their own hands in their own pockets to avoid dilution. This is what sets KRS apart from the lifestyle companies at the bottom end of AIM.
rec0very stock
22/12/2018
11:07
Andy, Fully agree. Mining rarely runs smoothly and, having worked in Africa, I know little things become big problems very easily, then finally melt away to nothing never to be mentioned again. There is no point speculating what has gone wrong and how bad or minor it might be. It is hard for companies to keep shareholders informed, when by doing so they could make the problem worse - the Togo Govt will be keeping an eye on any announcement formal or informal. They will be particularly sensitive to anything critical fthem and any criticism could set back the relationship immeasurably. Hopefully we know enough about Russell to know he will be doing everything possible to resolve whatever the problem is to get the best possible outcome for shareholders (including him and the rest of the board). What KRS are trying to do is technically very simple. They have done enough sampling to know what it is they are digging up and know all they need to do is wash the mud off and put it on a train down to the port and away it goes to the offtaker. Thus whatever the hitch is, once resolved, everything can get back on track with minimal further delay. Russell will let us know when he can what the overall impact is. The really important thing is the onward licence and doing things that endanger that would not be in our best interests.
rec0very stock
21/12/2018
22:41
RS, yes you’re correct, P.I’s do claim great things must be happening, but on the flip side, delusional P.I’s claim how BAD things must be happening in the background and then come up with wild speculation about what those bad things could be and what it will mean when the truth is finally revealed. Let’s remember, FACT and TRUTH is based on what the OUTCOME is....not speculation.
andylee3
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