Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pan African Resources LSE:PAF London Ordinary Share GB0004300496 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.175p -2.34% 7.30p 205,429 16:35:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.31p 7.55p 7.61p 7.30p 7.30p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 169.58 23.01 114.00 0.1 163.1

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12/12/201211:22PAF - Another over-ramped,over-valued stock biting the dust78

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Pan African Daily Update: Pan African Resources is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PAF. The last closing price for Pan African was 7.48p.
Pan African Resources has a 4 week average price of 7.02p and a 12 week average price of 6.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.50p.
There are currently 2,234,687,537 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 775,409 shares. The market capitalisation of Pan African Resources is £163,132,190.20.
justiceforthemany: Current share price does seem absurd. As PI's we are the last to know.
macthepak: Part of the reason for the fall was the strength of the rand v the US dollar. Over the last few weeks the rand has fallen against the dollar. Hopefully the rand will continue to weaken and this will be reflected in a rising PAF share price.
pecker1: FWIW, I think the share price should be rising not falling.The key aim is surely profitable ozs rather than volume. If they cut out unprofitable production they can still make the same amount of profit on far less production. Leave the gold in the ground until its value appreciates sufficiently to make it worth mining. Not rocket science, just common sense and avoids wasting a finite asset. Fortunately more of the big miners have embraced this policy which has been followed by Randgold since it was founded and they have not done too badly! Would have liked Jan to have stayed and for PAF to have kept the coal business but this has to be a bargain now.
stonefold: There are some good gold companies out there. ALTN - Which will next month issue bonds to buy equipment which should push up production volumes from modestly profitable to very profitable. PAF - Which has many in/near/production projects of varying profitability. Unfortunately the operation of one mine has become too costly and talks are on-going to reach the best or least worst solution. Plenty of risk, plenty of growth potential, I wouldn't be surprised if the share price of both had trebled within 18 months. ==== By grade of gold talked about do you mean the weight of gold in grams per tonne of gold bearing material. So the weight of gold held in rock ore from the target seam should have a high figure per tonne. The weight of gold held in rock ore removed to construct the mine and gain access to the target will have a lower figure per tonne. The weight of gold held in waste material from previous processing (tailings mud) will also be a low figure per tonne. But the processing of any of the above produces effectively the same thing - either a sack of gold dust or a lump / ingot of gold called dore. The purity of the dust / dore is established when it is sent to a refinery. Once the gold is refined, ownership is then transferred to the buyer - possibly a gold bullion bank. When ownership is transferred the price is that which is quoted on the spot market at that time.
stonefold: The earnings per share were 0.93p At the share price of 14p gave a Price Earnings ratio of 15.0 Due to the forecast drop in PE of between 70 to 90 % The expected earnings per share would be 0.093p to 0.279p At the current share price of 10p that gives a Price Earnings ratio of 35.8 to 107.5 (which is high) To get back to a comfortable PE of 15.0 either: they have to fix the problems and get earning back up or the share price will need to settle down to become between 1.4p to 4.2p
mafia music: i have owned in the past and thought the management have a very good track record. decent steady company but the sector its in it does add risk.. but it has been pretty stable with an average share price of around 14 roughly if im correct at the current price its below the 5 year average share price which sounds like a bargain. pe of 7.65 this below does sound too good. 'The overall production cost per kilogram jumped up 27% to roughly ZAR 430,863, as the average price of gold slipped marginally lower to ZAR 542,773.' at what margin does the sites become not feasible ?
macthepak: I was not surprised by the fall in share price following ex dividend. It was just unfortunate that ex dividend date coincided with falling gold prices on the international markets. Share price picked up on Friday, spread 13.50p-14.00p up 1.00p (7.8%) Current gold price is $1248 US dollars per ounce. PAF mining costs $523 US dollars per ounce. Forecast for the year ending June 2018 Revenue=£200m, Pre-tax=£49.97m, EPS=1.92p Dividend=0.74p Lets see if we can break and sustain levels above 15p and then up to 18p
coxsmn: Paf share price will re-rate once the interim results are out next month.dyor,coxsmn
master rsi: Gold price a bit down today as the Dollar has recovered from yesterday large fall and that is why the Gold price spike yesterday. PAF share price is back to the more normal 16 v 16.25p after the manipulation on the order book at the end of the day with a UT of 15.75p yesterday There are plenty of trades at the spread at the moment since 8:49am, when an "AT" was taken. Nevertheless the DEPTH is very strong on the bid side 45 v 25
srpactive: Yes, and even more encouraging is the paf share price rise from my 7p purchases. And late 20's and early thirties at hgm.
Pan African share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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