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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petropavlovsk Plc LSE:POG London Ordinary Share GB0031544546 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.02p -0.24% 8.21p 8.20p 8.24p 8.30p 8.07p 8.29p 987,800 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 391.9 64.6 0.8 10.4 271.52

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23/5/2019
16:36
Iron ore now $120 for 65% fines.... Gold set for another surge past 1300..imo.
rochdae
22/5/2019
09:25
galeforce1 - The gold price dropping is not only an opportunity to buy these shares at a cheaper price, it is also a worrying time for the survival of this company due to the cost of servicing the huge debt. If it drops too far we will quickly go into receivership. I do agree that things are looking much better for this company, but we do not want to see a dropping gold price.
bambo1
21/5/2019
20:53
Route - Like you, I’m an optimist on POG. The autoclaves are humming, sentiment is turning and a mcap of £500m looks more than possible. That’s why i’m just a little surprised not to see our NEDs buying here. What could they be waiting for? Maybe the conversion of the $100m convertible bond (18/3/2020)? Maybe a dip in the gold price that might deliver a buying opportunity. Who knows?
galeforce1
21/5/2019
19:59
The only trade I can see in the past few years was when Pavel Alexeivich Maslovskiy sold about £20,000,000 worth of these share but I can't find any buy back, which is worrying as it implies he has no confidence in the recovery of this company.
bambo1
21/5/2019
18:59
Good point,we will never know what goes on in the Heds of the Neds!!!Surely POG share price can only travel north from here,so today's share price may be a bargain even taking into account current debt.I have every confidence in Dr Pavel that he will continue to do an exemplary job.
route1
21/5/2019
15:01
I'm surprised we haven't seen some director buys here. POG must now be in an Open Period, after a long Closed Period. But the NEDs are not reaching for their cheque books and buying any shares.
galeforce1
20/5/2019
10:12
Does anyone know how many shares Pavel Alexeivich Maslovskiy owns in POG?
bambo1
20/5/2019
03:00
Good post, but how does it link to Petropavlosk whose operations are in Russia,not Botswana???
route1
19/5/2019
16:34
KAV Some nice words in the morning note from the highly respected mining analyst John Meyer at share price Angel ref: LSE:KAV / www.kavangoresources.com /Tw*tt*r = #KAV Kavango Resources (KAV LN) 3.6p, Mkt Cap £5.7m – Laws of probability to be rewritten after Kavango strikes mineralisation in first and second drill holes under Karoo sand in Botswana Kavango, which is exploring for a large-scale bushveld igneous-type mineralisation reports results from a second drill hole in Botswana. The team which are highly experienced in the geology of the region have used geophysical data and remote sensing to establish drilling locations. Remarkably, the first drill hole hit mineralisation under the sandy Karoo sediments Even more remarkably the second drill hole is reported to have also hit mineralisation including copper in chalcopyrite with a 1.5% XRF gun reading. X-Ray Frequency gun readings are not considered to be reliable due to their potential for miss-reporting but we do place some value on the readings when in the honorable hands of Messrs. Foster and Moles. The first drill hole hit a 200m zone of intensely altered rock with indicative cobalt values of up to 0.9%, averaging 0.2% cobalt and >70m of elevated copper, zinc, lead and nickel values. Conclusion: Kavango is worth watching and we await results from drill core assays. While we never doubted the skill of the geological team we are surprised and impressed to see two sets of mineralised results in so short a time frame. Well done team!
cpap man
18/5/2019
15:07
Well I mentioned iron ore going through $100 last week. Came to pass Friday ... iron ore 65% fines, which is the grade sold by IRC, through £115 per tonne. Http://www.mining.com/iron-ore-price-tops-100-tonne-first-time-5-years/ IRC quickly becoming a profitable company on these prices. Negates POGs contingent liability. Could easily see 1p on the price given this. But key is the ramp up of autoclaves 3 and 4 and subsequent toll cash generation. Lots of news to come for POG in June with capital markets day.
rochdae
18/5/2019
10:23
Looks like gold heading south, I suppose we will follow.
bambo1
17/5/2019
14:05
Pardon mate , Rochdae
olimttsfi
17/5/2019
14:03
Well said Rochdale
olimttsfi
17/5/2019
13:09
Maybe she is buying a house or has hospital bills etc.. Think the next big info. with be capital markets day in June. Should get an update on POX and 3rd party toll fees. Nice increase in cash flow coming. As for gold. It's going nowhere. Up one week down the next. You've got to look at the business and how it's progressing. In the end the chart reflects the fundamentals...
rochdae
16/5/2019
19:55
People keep going on about a 'breakout'. Well the only breakout I've experienced is a breakout in cold sweat as Dr Alya Samokhvalova sells another wedge of shares
lawrence thirteen
16/5/2019
18:04
I don't think anyone is suggesting it is a certainty. There are no certainties in equity markets full stop, and no particular reason to attach the "no certainties" tag to pog. I also prefer to look at fundamentals - many of the concerns about debt and pox delays have been alleviated over the last 6-12 months. As such you would anticipate the chart showing shallower pull backs as it rises from the lows. That is pretty much what you can see - each pull back forming a higher trough. Onwards and upwards and fingers crossed :)
wigwammer
16/5/2019
17:43
Wig, personally I can't see any such thing in the chart, if anything the chart seems to have softened a bit in the last month or so. But then I am the opposite of a chartist: it's the fundamentals I dig and on that front POG is making good progress and later this year we should know whether they are out of the woods (certainly not a certain thing yet)
casual47
16/5/2019
17:33
Mind you the first lot she sold was her bonus and this latest lot is around the same value so I guess it depends on how many she actually holds and this is small fry.
lawrence thirteen
16/5/2019
17:32
"Look at the rising base trendline, plus is backed up by real fundamentals.." it appears the fundamentals are relevant to his point after all. ATB :)
wigwammer
16/5/2019
17:24
Wig, he was making a chartist point: "it is all in the chart." Fundamentals are neither here nor there when you chart gaze.
casual47
16/5/2019
17:19
"If you look at the 1yr chart why is the current spike different to the last four times it spiked..." because the debt profile has been successfully revolved and extended and the POX plant is now up and running.
wigwammer
16/5/2019
16:47
The drop in the gold price doesn't help either, not a good day in the office today.
bambo1
16/5/2019
16:38
Is that another £50,000 shares sold by Deputy Chief Executive Officer Dr Alya Samokhvalova within last 2 weeks. If so, not good news. Two lots of over £50,000 SOLD in last few days, a little worrying.
bambo1
16/5/2019
13:06
Look at the rising base trendline, plus is backed up by real fundamentals. Not guaranteed, but a strong likelihood, imo.
greenelf
16/5/2019
12:55
If you look at the 1yr chart why is the current spike different to the last four times it spiked into the current range and subsequently plummeted down toward 6ish/below?
casual47
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