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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Orosur Mining Inc OMI London Ordinary Share CA6871961059 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-5.50 -14.1% 33.50 16:45:50
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
33.50 31.50 41.00 41.00 39.00
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Industry Sector
MINING

Orosur Mining OMI Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
11/01/2007InterimCAD230/05/200630/11/200620/03/200722/03/200712/04/20070
25/08/2006FinalCAD3.531/05/200531/05/200611/10/200613/10/200627/10/20063.5

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DateSubject
20/10/2020
17:26
tidy 2: Yet more dilution and Another placing for vast and not a major in sight same as the other rainbow jam tomorrow stocks. But OMI a different classFully funded by 2 leading majors for OMI no placing no dilution free carried and cash payments to boot. Dream deal safety net standby for the next cash payment to OMI and advanced drilling news.
20/10/2020
14:14
tidy 2: You want to know why 2 majors are paying 100% of operations at Anza, supplying all personnel equipment infrastructure and expertise free to OMI plus cash payments?Watch the CEO last interview from last week. Anza in top 2% gold prospect available in the world So Newmont retains 37.5% Agnico retains 37.5%Both share all costs and pay OMIOMI retains 25% free carry and receives cash payments. Anza gold grades world class
15/10/2020
11:12
rossannan: QS99Wish I could help. I have been unable to find a (current) research note of any kind on OMI. It is a small AIM gold miner with an undeveloped asset that two of the top 10 gold majors (Nos. 1 and 8) are looking to earn their shares in. Clearly a very attractive situation but not an easy one to analyse, so maybe no research note exists (yet). I have certainly been unable to track one down. I registered with the house broker (SP Angel) but they have nothing to offer and I have been unable to find anything on Research Tree. I am in with a 3.5p average and do not want to sell too early, but to say that I am now overweight here is an understatement. Before I sell it would be great to see someone else's take on it all (independent or not - all research notes should of course be taken with a pinch of salt). Can anyone else help?My own extremely rudimentary approach to valuation is to assume that the majors would not be involved if this wasn't highly likely to be a 5Moz or, if you like, $10BN resource. Then I ask myself how much of that $10BN will, at the end of the day, realistically translate into bottom line profit for the owners. Let's say $2BN. So if OMI ends up with 25% of that, it suggests that the share price has very significant headroom. But we are looking at income earned over a period of years and starting many years down the line, it is possible that the resource may not be quite what it appears to be, some dilution may occur through share issuance by OMI or OMI may not be able to hold on to as much as a 25% share of the asset. I could go on. This is why I would love to see someone else's stab at valuing what OMI have here.
15/10/2020
10:26
tidy 2: Right now #UFO cap £45m OMI cap £44m. Difference OMI fully funded and No Dilution Majors funding all the way plus cash to OMI.Further payment now due again. All free another 500k and top 2% gold discovery worldwide #OMIhTTps://twitter.com/andy47640/status/1316671438452068354?s=21
05/10/2020
14:54
tidy 2: Halve truths. Omi has the option upon the production phase to either pay itself or allow NM to fund that also at which point only until that sum is retrieved by NM would OMI reduce to 90% and then return to 25%Before that stage the likelihood of Agnico or Newmont buying OMI out is a possibility. Until then OMI is free carried and has cash injections from the Majors.
05/10/2020
14:34
jodalu: Catch let me start saying that i like omi very much and i am invested in it but not to the extent of ggp or eua (mostly due to the great rise of both company) and if you dint mind i like to clarify some fact that have been said of the BB by others GGP is a lot more advance and as a lot more project Newmont walk away from Havieron (GGP) in favour or OMI. NOT true Newmont walked away from a different project that preceded drilling in Havieron newcrest own75% of GGP not true Newcrest will eventually own 75% of Havieron but nothing of all the other exploration within the area. ggp will need much more capital than OMI to reach production, i don't believe so as part of the agreement they will use Telfer and omi free carry is only for exploration the rest will be covered by reduction of 90% from time of production. clearly been in Austalia is better than columbia too having said this i like Omi but there is no comparison between if you want make some very vague comparison buy WSBN as they land an asset no far from Havieron and if they find anything at all this will rocket too clearly long time required not even sure that are going to do anything yet
04/10/2020
14:04
bmwman3: One of the reasons i think the upside is greater than GGP is that Ggp rose 9.8% on Friday putting £100m on its cap. It's cap now stands at £850m at 22.5p. 3.8bn shares in issue and open to much more dilution. Work out the bags you get in OMI for it to rise £100m in a day. Today OMI cap £24m. 160m shares in issue fully funded by the 2 majors and no threat of dilution plus omi receives cash payments from the majors. Each circa 62.5p OMI rises it would add £100m to its cap. Ggp rose 2p to achieve it. This is the effect of dilution to your holdings and OMI does not pose this problem for shareholders due to the company making deal they have with Newmont and Agnico.
01/10/2020
11:52
tidy 2: OMI This deal is incredible for OMI Newmont and Agnico have 75% between them and fund all operations plus cash in the bank for OMI. OMI gets 25% free carryIt's an amazing deal. World majors funding and applying all their expertise and resources into fast tracking Anza world class gold belt prospect owned by OMI.
01/10/2020
01:34
tidy 2: Well The ball is wel and truly rolling for OMI now. 2 top world Majors taking it forward funding to production and also filling OMI coffers in increments during the build up to production. OMI will retain 25%. Newmont, Agnico, OMI joint venture. Free carry all the way for OMI. Operations start imminently to continue drilling at Anza. Grades to date are massive truly world class. Check them out page 7 here. hTTps://www.orosur.ca/files/FINAL-June-2020-Corp-Presentation-25_june_2020.pdf
03/9/2020
14:43
highly geared: Omi is now a different business having exited SAN Gregorio. Newmont are funding $8 million of exploration and development drilling over the next 24 months. A free carry for OMI , at which point they still own 49% interest. I’d be hopeful of Ni 101-43 resource being published during 2021-22 that will provide a clue as to the size of the resource. However, the fact they’ve given $2 million cash to Omi over the past 2 years whilst undertaking drilling, strongly suggests Newmont believe there’s a sizeable resource to develop (2 million oz + Ni 101-43). Optimistically, I’d suggest Newmont will want to take this to 5 million oz + in Phase 2 , which commits to $20 million. Newmont can not lose in the sense they end up with 80% + 19% of Omi ; equally, OMI get a free carry by a major to end up owning 20% of what could be a huge deposit, with one of the worlds largest gold miners as a partner. A variant on the above is Newmont buying out OMI’s stake in 2 years when they know what they have at Anza.
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