Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Peter Hambro Mining 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
  +0.03p +0.44% 6.89p 6.86p 6.92p 6.95p 6.80p 6.81p 1,711,360 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 434.9 44.8 0.7 9.3 227.63

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2018
11:19
I suspect Russian politics plays a big roll in this stock and we know what that could mean.
bambo1
21/5/2018
11:15
The share price has certainly been looking weaker of late.
bambo1
21/5/2018
11:13
If Prudential are getting out, this could be a strong indicator that it's time to run.
bambo1
21/5/2018
10:49
gale - I also compare with Trans Siberian Gold (TSG) which is far cheaper on a 'Fair Value' Basis.
loganair
21/5/2018
10:38
Loganair - that's interesting. How are you calculating 'fair value'? The comparison with Highland is interesting and certainly makes POG look quite expensive.
galeforce1
21/5/2018
10:36
Bambo - that RNS was on May 10th, and it may be the last one you see. On the 'significant shareholders' page of the POG website there's a list of all shareholders with a holding over 3% (a 'notifiable interest'). Prudential is no longer among them. Suggests that they are liquidating quite fast.
galeforce1
21/5/2018
10:35
I've been looking at this company for quite some while. I'm invested in other gold miners and in Russian companies. What continually puts me of investing here is Petropavlovsk is far too above 'Fair Value'.
loganair
21/5/2018
10:17
Home UK Shares Market Data Webfg News Cryptocurrencies Active Trader More 21 May, 2018 Home Regulatory News Regulatory News 10 May, 2018 10:34 10 May, 2018 10:36 NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR HOLDINGS Prudential 1,952.25 09:10 21/05/18 0.94% 18.25 Petropavlovsk 6.82 08:55 21/05/18 -0.72% -0.05 RNS Number : 6680N Petropavlovsk PLC 10 May 2018 TR-1: Standard form for notification of major holdings
bambo1
21/5/2018
10:00
Bambo - with Prudential it will be case of 'wait and not see', because they no longer have a notifiable interest. It wouldn't surprise me if Rakishev buys up any any remaining Prudential holding. That would tip things decisively in his favour. And ours, in my view.
galeforce1
21/5/2018
08:51
Looks like a wait and see then, usual game continues.
bambo1
21/5/2018
08:22
Bambo - Prudental no longer have a notifiable interest. In fact we don't know if they have any remaining shareholding. So it will be difficult for you to 'follow their lead'.
galeforce1
21/5/2018
07:05
Done well with POG but moving 10% of my stock over to WEB(webis) Relaxed US gaming laws have opened up a trillion dollar market webis are perfectly POISED to take advantage 10 bagger or huge takeover target end quarter
craigo121
21/5/2018
01:45
I would tend to follow Prudential's lead.
bambo1
20/5/2018
23:17
Bambo - I think there are many advantages in reinstating the pre-Vekselberg board. Maslovsky knows the operations side of the business better than anyome else and is the right man to see the vital POX plant to completion. Lyne and Jenkins are decent, capable and honest NEDs whose independence in protecting all shareholders’ interests can be relied on. I just don’t feel the same about some of the current board - in particular Bruce Buck who is chairman of Chelsea FC for Abramovich and basically a professional placeman for oligarchs. The decision to guarantee $350 million of debt to IRC was taken by Peter Hambro. That was a serious mistake, I agree. But nobody is proposing to reinstate Peter Hambro to the board. I have been looking at news from IRC. It looks as though the production ramp-up is now going reasonably well. But the company is very short of cash. That probably explains the fall in the share price.
galeforce1
20/5/2018
21:56
Is Dr Pavel Maslovskiy not a Director of IRC the company that is choking Pog to death and has loss 50% of its share value in the last 12 months? Was Dr Pavel Maslovskiy not one of the two main men running Pog during the period when the share price went from around £6.00 down to around £0.01? Does Dr Pavel Maslovskiy not have very close ties to the Russian Political scene? Is this really the man to put back at the helm? Food for thought.
bambo1
20/5/2018
17:10
Having held this share for over four years I have a good feeling about POG overall and think that we are about to begin a journey in the right direction.
haughtonhoney
20/5/2018
17:06
Looking at the share register it's a bit tighter than I'd thought. Currently Fincraft (Rakishev's vehicle) + CABS + Slevin have just under 29.5% of voting shares (ie ordinary shares plus convertibles). On the other side (you have to assume) are Sothic + VTB Bank + D.E.Shaw with 27.8% of voting shares (ie ordinary shares plus convertibles). 43% of the company is with shareholders who hold less than 3%. So which way it goes will be up to them. I think that a majority will go for the pre-Vekselberg board. But you can't be certain. M&G (Prudential) voted for Vekselberg last year. They gone gone below 3% but may still have an interest. If they still hold, say 2.5%, that holding may be crucial. They are likely to support the current board.
galeforce1
20/5/2018
14:44
Former Petropavlovsk CEO hopes to return after shareholder shake-uphttps://finance.yahoo.com/news/former-petropavlovsk-ceo-hopes-return-200040997.html
losses
20/5/2018
10:59
Route1 - thanks for the welcome back. I reckon that the re-instatement of Maslovsky, Jenkins and Lyne as directors is reasonably certain. The threshold is 50% of votes cast. The alliance of Rakishev + CABS and Slevin already have almost 33%. SO I think it's a done deal. A danger, IMO, is that the POX plant development may have got behind schedule in the last year. One of the keys to the share price recovering is to escape from the debt guarantee to IRC. I'd like to know more about the situation there. The share price was over 30 cents a year ago. It's now about half that. But this might just reflect the chaos on the POG board.
galeforce1
19/5/2018
15:31
Welcome back,you state "for better or for worse ", that's the way it is with Petropavlosk , just like a marriage, and believe me I should know having been married to this Company for nearly 10 years.However I do feel that the Company is entering a new chapter.The person driving this change is Kenges Rakishev who holds 22% ofthe Company.As far back as January when he purchased this stake and we all got to know his background,I was and still remain Elated, seeing him as a Saviour.Now it looks as if he has merged his stake with the other two entities who hold just over 9%...so it maybe that good news is just around the corner,and we may not have to wait until the June AGM.So welcome back,and watch this space, as this guy, with his experience and dynamism has I'm sure some very exciting plans!!!
route1
19/5/2018
05:43
I think the DOG has been chasing its tail for the last year.
bambo1
18/5/2018
16:19
It's interesting to drop in on POG after some time. I sold about a year ago when it was obvious that Viktor Vekselberg was about to take over the company, which he subsequently did. But everything has changed again. My notes from a year ago are hopelessly out of date. Vekselberg has sold. M&G have sold. And the new controlling shareholder is a Kazakh billionaire called Rakishev who has decided to bring back Maslovsky & Jenkins. That all sounds like a sensible plan. They know the company well. And presumably the underlying operations haven't been compromised by all the corporate malarkey. In fact the 2017 results look good and the POX plant is almost ready to go. But the share price of IRC seems to have halved for no obvious reason. Any explanation for that? For better or worse I've just decided to buy back in. Hopefully we'll get some good news at the AGM and the share price will recover a bit.
galeforce1
18/5/2018
15:57
The Board of Petropavlovsk PLC's ("Petropavlovsk", "the Company" or "the Group") announces that Mr Kenges Rakishev, the beneficial owner of the Company's largest shareholder Fincraft, has given notice that it is his current intention to direct that Fincraft votes in favour of the resolutions in the requisition notice issued by CABS Platform Limited and Slevin Ltd (other than the resolution proposing to remove Mr Bektas Mukazhanov as a director).
bambo1
18/5/2018
08:05
Seems to be a lot of cloak and dagger goes on within this company.
bambo1
17/5/2018
19:06
Totally fail to understand why Allthe focus is on Cabs and Slevin whobetween them only hold 9.11%.Surely Mr Rakishev,s 22% stake carries a lot more weight although I suppose the 3 parties could merge?
route1
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