Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kibo Mining LSE:KIBO London Ordinary Share IE00B97C0C31 ORD EUR0.015
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -9.71% 2.325p 744,510 13:43:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.25p 2.40p 2.575p 2.325p 2.575p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -4.52 -1.00 14.7

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22/10/2018
09:20
Kibo Mining Daily Update: Kibo Mining is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KIBO. The last closing price for Kibo Mining was 2.58p.
Kibo Mining has a 4 week average price of 2.33p and a 12 week average price of 2.33p.
The 1 year high share price is 7.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.33p.
There are currently 634,316,783 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,202,390 shares. The market capitalisation of Kibo Mining is £14,747,865.20.
19/10/2018
14:23
catchingmice: Yaki, Wimbo et all. Surely you must have a comment or view on today. Would really appreciate hearing from you guys, at least before Aerial advises that the share price has dropped below 2 :-)Ask them did they ever hold the huge amounts what they claimed they were holding.What were the figures 6, 7, 8 million shares each ?Since the Twitter group was set up have you noticed the huge decline in the share price and ask them why are they not buying when the share price is at record lows ?Somehow I don't think they will answer your question supercool.
26/9/2018
12:48
aimchimp: Do you mean this one "Dave"? PMSLLurker5Posts: 418Opinion: No OpinionPrice: 3.575IGCC v existingToday 08:51Implications - IGCC v existing design - even more serious dilution certain.Buyers rushing in on the SML should beware. A CG-IGCC plant is more expensive and will take longer to design and plan. Coal is of course needed, and therefore a SML. BUT if starting again from scratch, Kibo won't get back its $3.6m from Sepco And while an IGCC's overall better efficiency should mean a lower tariff for Tanz, the investors will have to shoulder a higher capex and longer pay-back. That means Kibo's contribution will buy only a lower proportion. What with further delays, Kibo shareholders must stump up again, but this time with three times shares in issue as when MCPP was the great white hope four years ago. No dividends from any of its power projects before at least 5-6 years from now (At least five MAST plants will be needed to plug the cash drain, costing Kibo £30m and more dilution) means cash draining out and more and more dilution, and much lower eventual contribution per share, so a much lower potential share price. Kibo will never again stretch even to 5p in my opinion, and with more awareness on the BB's of the snags, even lemming spikes will be lower (though just as deadly !)As for coal sales, EDL's $25/tonne is before transport costs which takes delivered / market prices closer to $100 depending. Coal face price is what counts.
31/7/2018
18:34
lurker5: Unknighted You're the idiot. The clappies always try to delete posts that un-nerve them. So much more cosy not to have to face up to holes in their dreams. (even if they could understand why). Here the posts are always available for anyone wanting all opinions. Currently of course the claps just can't understand why the shares don't respond to LC's brilliant vision. They can't see the clear danger that his mad dash will involve diluting shareholders long in advance of any earnings flowing through - ie value per share will always lag behind number of shares, and so will the share price. (Even if MCPP gets going it will not be before 5 yrs from now when any earnings come through from any project. How many shares will be out by then ?) Its not as if power stations are so profitable that some might rub off on Kibo. They're not. LC has never shown any inkling he understands how to increase value per share (ie the share price) His 'vision' is a bigger empire with zillions more shares, not a higher share price. None of the clappies have asked the obvious - How are you planning your expansion so that earnings keep ahead of the number of shares ? LC wouldn't even understand the question. As for our 'Irish Investment Fund' ! - Why aren't we told ? 'Investment Funds' aren't necessarily of 'Institutional' quality.
29/3/2018
10:45
guitars4stars: Manipulation is also painting a picture of what - won't happen... any proof to back up your version of why over time the Kibo Share Price will never reach £ pounds? #Agenda.
21/3/2018
09:11
catchingmice: Today 09:01Price: 6.15sandgrounded1,771 postsRE: I would wouldn't I?On news, I would expect the share price to respond positively. With the warrant deadline on Friday, it could be next week. However with the long Easter break will they leave it till Tuesday after Easter, so that momentum is not lost before FC. I think the company will want a strong share price before negotiations are concluded.What a ridiculous post ' I think the company will want a strong share price ?" Excuse me everybody can you please BUY KIBO SHARES so we can have a strong share price PLEASE "AIMO, IMO., ' Yous talking to me 'LOL
23/10/2017
17:08
aimchimp: Noting from the share prophets followed up"I don't normally get into personal attacks but having finally caught up with Kibo Mining's (KIBO) most recent Monthly Q&A and listened to its CEO's implied dig at me, I thought I should give as good as I get. I was left thinking that Louis Coetzee doesn't really understand what happened with Kibo's recent convoluted funding or is just lying about it.At the end of September, I wrote a couple of pieces about the ridiculous convertible loan funding that was all converted on the very next day (HERE and HERE) which had the effect in practice of a £500,000 placing at 5p and a cheap buy-in for the directors among other things.Louis Coetzee used his "Monthly Q&A", which seems to occur whenever Louis feels like it rather than every month, to make a couple of comments about my articles. First, he reiterated that the placing wasn't a placing; however, he stated that even if it was a placing, it was at a relatively decent price at 5p. Fair enough, I've never had an issue with the pricing of this funding but why not just accept it was a bloody placing?Secondly, and more importantly, Louis went on to criticise my comments about the conversion price of 5p which I had explained meant that in practice that the directors got cheap bonus shares. Louis stated that, as the conversion was based on a prior 20 day VWAP, the conversion was at a fair price as the 5p must have been an actual premium to the recent share price.Sorry, Louis but that is utter tripe.Two things. First, you are ignoring the fact that the conversion was at 90% of the previous 20 day VWAP not 100% and secondly, LOOK AT YOUR OWN SHARE PRICE CHART!! The share price only dropped below 5p immediately before the convertible loan note announcement in the 20 days prior to the conversion, the rest of the time it was oscillating around the 5.5p level. One has to presume that it was the selling of the placee that drove it down there in the first place too!That leaves me concluding that Louis is either consciously being economic with the truth on an investment podcast which makes Kibo uninvestable in my book or he just doesn't understand the funding proposal that he signed up to – not that encouraging either, particularly as he is trying to negotiate hugely complex commercial and financing agreements for the MCPP project.My summary is that Kibo is developing a seemingly never-ending coal to power project in a country which seems to be able to stake claims to assets at any time, as recently shown at Acacia Mining (ACA), and is led by a CEO that is either open to the occasional lie or just doesn't understand what his advisers are proposing to him.What's not to like? No great surprise to me that the share price has drifted back down to the placing price – sorry I mean the conversion price - of 5p, although I acknowledge that there could be a spike upwards if and when the PPA MOU ever gets finally signed.I look forward to Mr Coetzee's response to these thoughts above during the next Monthly Q&A, which will presumably take place at some point in January 2018."Mean while the 100,000 selling is still moving along with no end in sights drip drip drip?
27/9/2017
22:55
daddy warbucks: A concerted effort to short the share in the hope of buying back at a lower price, accompanied by people paid to spread fear and imply a placing would be needed at that lower price. But the Board of Directors were wise to it and get a high net worth investor to come onboard, defer a share allocation for the directors and re-Organise some of the loan facility provided by Sandersons, with a minimum share price set at 5p and could be a lot higher.A normal placing in the market would have left the Kibo share price around 3.5 to 4 pence, so all in all the Kibo directors have done very well.Oh and no interest charge and a three month time limit on the convertible loan notes, seems to indicate that those participating have confidence that the MCPP is going ahead and quite soon.For those who were panicked into selling, I am sorry. You may still get in at a reasonable price before the shorters are forced to buy back the shares that have gone into LTH's hands.
30/7/2017
11:42
aimchimp: An extract from the often reposted notes with some comments in CAPS. THE COMMENTS ARE OBSERVATIONS BASED ON WHAT HAS TRANSPIRED AND BEEN CONFIRMED BY THE COMPANY SINCE EARLY APRILSandersons -Can you give the exact repayment date of the current 2.9m loan facility?There is no set date and this is a very fluid arrangement. The distinct impressions I got was that there is alot more commitment between all these parties towards eachother than we give them credit for. Sandersons are not there to screw KIBO over for missed dates etc. From what LC said it seems very fluid and flexible. He seemed relaxed to the point of dismissing this as any issue whatsoever.I UNDERSTAND THE ANNUAL REPORT STATES THAT REPAYMENT IS ON RECEIPT OF CASH FROM SEPCO. SEEMS VERY STRANGE RESPONSE WITH THAT IN MIND> OF COURSE I CAN UNDERSTAND WHY THE ISSUE WOULD BE DISMISSED BUT IT DOES BEG THE QUESTION WHY BE VAGUE... OR COULD IT BE THAT THE NOTES GOT A BIT BEFUDDLEDHow much currently of the facility has been drawn?I found it hard to believe they didn't know the answer to this but felt it was more a point of not wanting to give any shareholders privileged information, therefore, as it stands we received no figure on this.ODD THAT THIS WOULD BE CONSIDERED PRIVILEDGED INFO... DRAWAING ON A FACILITY WHICH HAD NO PENALTY FEES PER DRAWDOWN OR INTEREST OTHER THAN THOSE ALREADY PAID (IN SHARES) PERHAPS IT COULD BE THE NOTES GOT A BIT MESSED UP AND THE REPORT WASNT ACCURATE?Given the slippage in timelines for FC what contingencies have you in place for settlement of monies drawn under the current Sandersons agreement and how can we best expect you to negotiate a solution to this?See above. Totally unworried, I suspect an alternative cash injection possibly from selling part of this his he MCPP down, potentially GE appeared the favourites imo.WHY WOULD CASH INJECTIONS FOR SETTLMENT AHEAD OF FC BE REQUIRED? I UNDERSTAND IT THE ANNUAL REPORT SHOWS THE REPAYMENT OF THE FACILITY IS WHEN KIBO IS IN RECEIPT OF THE CASH FROM SEPCO>> WHICH IS POST FINANCIAL CLOSE... PERHAPS THE NOTES MAY HAVE BEEN CONFUSED OR THE NOTE TAKER WASNT LISTENING MAYBE AND WROTE WHAT HE THOUGHT COULD HAVE BEEN SAID!Do you conceed that where Sandersons has the right to convert up to £1.5m of amount drawn down on the Facility into Kibo Shares at the 30 day VWAP prior to the repayment date of the total Facility amount that there is an interest in the KIBO share price being low going through this period for them?LC seemed to be of the opinion this wasn't in Sandersons interest to have a low share price. I asked him if maybe it was in their favour for a short time i.e the 30 day VWAP period at least to get the max shares for the upto 1.5m but LC seemed to say the it was at our discretion whether upto max 1.5m of the facility was repayable as shares.HOW VERY STRANGE THAT LC WASNT CLEAR ON THIS POINT.... THE RECENT DETAIL STATES THAT THE OPTION FOR SETTLMENT IN SHARES IN NOT AT KIBOS CHOICE BUT AT THE OPTION FOR SANDERSON.. AGAIN IT SEEMS THAT THE REPORT OUT DOES NOT ACTUALLY REFLECT THE FACTS... WHY WOULD LC TELL AN INVESTOR THIS? PERHAPS WHOEVER WAS LISTENING MISHEARD THESE ALTERNATIVE FACTS?I assume that as the deal and a repayment date seem flexible this maybe isn't a problem as previously explained but also I feel he has access to an alternate funding to eliminate this problem. I.e selling down a small stake in the MCPP possibly.AND THEN BACK TO THE SELLING DOWN OF A STAKE IN MCPP WHICH KEEPS BEING ROLLED OUT AS A POSSIBILITY>>> JUST FEELS LIKE A PLATFORM FOR SOMEONES HOPES AND THOUGHTS... PERHAPS IT WAS NOISY AND STRAINING TO HEAR RESPONSES MADE SOME POINTS FOGGY...
30/7/2017
11:11
guitars4stars: Regarding the tiresome de ramp efforts of AimChimp and his continued personal attacks endlessly calling actual investors 'fool' etc ...might I respectfully suggest investors only post on this thread the 5.25 to 50p as Aim Chimp clearly is trying to bury investors conversation commenting on every single thread some that have never been used for a year till he arrived...Play a Chimp at his own game?I was saying:Expecting Kibo share price to rise steadily this week as investors absorb how central we are positioned with our 'global partners' to bring needed change to Tanzania. Our project coming to fruition of 'strategic national importance' will handsomely reward those invested without a doubt...Has anyone here been invested in a company who's shares got 'suspended' to try keep an orderly market whilst a rerating of the company took place? ...I haven't but think a significant possibility exists for Kibo Mining - Do you too?Good look holders!#Rerate#Global Players / Partners#Aim Darling 2017#Kiboom!
30/7/2017
10:23
guitars4stars: Expecting Kibo share price to rise steadily this week as investors absorb how central we are positioned with our 'global partners' to bring needed change to Tanzania. Our project coming to fruition of 'strategic national importance' will handsomely reward those invested without a doubt...Has anyone here been invested in a company who's shares got 'suspended' to try keep an orderly market whilst a rerating of the company took place? ...I haven't but think a significant possibility exists for Kibo Mining - Do you too?Good look holders!#Rerate#Global Players / Partners#Aim Darling 2017#Kiboom!
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