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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -0.37% 27.20 10,009,349 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
26.50 26.60 27.25 26.30 27.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 391.90 64.63 0.78 36.3 1,076
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:12:07 O 3,133 26.684 GBX

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27/11/2020
08:20
Petropavlovsk Daily Update: Petropavlovsk Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker POG. The last closing price for Petropavlovsk was 27.30p.
Petropavlovsk Plc has a 4 week average price of 25.40p and a 12 week average price of 25.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 41.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.95p.
There are currently 3,955,788,773 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,826,640 shares. The market capitalisation of Petropavlovsk Plc is £1,075,974,546.26.
01/11/2020
19:57
weemonkey: This is ludicrous. I have been over the interim numbers again and again and as far as I can tell those were the best operating profits ($146million) at interims ever in Petropavlosk's history. The next best interim operating profits were in 2009 being $111million. (source Sharescope) The headline loss announced Friday was a deeply technical loss and was caused by "a negative non-cash adjustment of US$(122.2)m related to a fair value loss on the conversion option (H1 2019: US$(9.2)m) reflecting the increase in the Company's share price" When you add the current interims to even the downwardly revised production estimates for the second half you are going to get some highly respectable figures at the full year. Current share price is bargain. If if dips Monday I will buy a few more.
23/10/2020
11:30
apple53: Bubloo I was trying to understand the likely impact the Prosperity selling has had. Their position has fallen by 18m shares since the last notification on 6th August. Average daily volume on the LSE (where I believe all Prosperity's shares are listed given the ISIN) was around £2.5m from Oct 1st to 20th (to pick an arbitrary period), but who knows when they started selling. So anywhere from 5-15% of volume depending on the selling period. Obviously this may help to explain the fall in the share price, and may also explain why, for a while, the UK listing was at a discount to the Russian. As you mention, there are likely to have been other (aggrieved) sellers. Prosperity cannot significantly reduce its stake without hammering the price (and probably ending up with 15+% less cash than the price before their sales), so why do it at all? They had better get on with being an activist influence or find a buyer for the whole company. Maybe there are innocent reasons their stake has shrunk (btw one of the reasons for the shrinking percentage was the increased total share count for conversions). My guess is they could not sell any quicker than they have without shooting themselves in the foot. They would boost the price if they made a statement which made it clear they will not be sellers (below a certain price, say).
22/10/2020
09:25
apple53: Troy Thank you for confirming the time line. I fear Patrick may be inundated this morning. Your language this morning may have been excessive, but I guess, thanks to MidasX (assuming Patrick does not check this bulletin board), Patrick can inform the board the way some well-informed and long standing interested parties are seeing this situation, and that an RNS like this has the opposite effect to that desired. The share price response this morning, on top of recent falls, I had partly put down to falling markets, but I increasingly think it is a mixture of marketmakers marking down the price on the open (due to the old but negative news in the RNS), exacerbated by disappointment from those of us who hoped to see a better board response. I didn't sell this morning but someone who had hoped that the next RNS would report Meshcheryakov being replaced may have finally given up. I wish I had more time (and more Russian language), as there is some work to do on this: we need to catalogue all the investigations of Meshcheryakov and Strukov (and linked entities), look at the timelines of verdicts/results, help Patrick by pushing for better communication, and consider the implications of verdicts. I think M will be replaced - he was only meant to be temporary - and that a new appointment could see a decent share price jump. Before this, however, I am not completely confident the results will be stellar, as the new auditors will definitely want to err on the side of caution and, as discussed above, new management will want to kitchen sink as much as possible. I get the sinking feeling that I should be selling, with a reasonable probability of buying back 10-20% lower. I did sell some at 38 ish but stupidly have bought it all back in the low 30s. There is also the opportunity cost as there is a lot of cheap stuff around right now (most bank stocks for starters) that will probably go up when the mRNA vaccines get emergency use licences. The other piece of work is to check on board members' shareholdings, and to see if any of them are well-placed to find a buyer who would carry employees.
15/10/2020
11:16
midasx: Does not really paint the true picture. Only two companies with notifiable short positions and only Polygon with a sizable short position which experienced POG investors will know is a hedge position. Polygon have recently reduced their short position by 0.58% and they will increase it if the POG share price increases. Another $2.6 Million debt reduction taking the total reduction to $85,000,000. Someone picked up 4,500,000 shares @ 30.2468p late trade just reported from 18:16:14 yesterday.
09/10/2020
21:27
popeye888: Quite amusing, "By contrast The previous board it should be noted presided over a transformed company whose share price rose 700% in 3 years making it the stand-out performer in the ftse 250" Quite amusing because you fail to mention that the previous board took the share price from £6 down to 5p and then up to 35p. Didn't the old BOD do well! This company would have gone into liquidation under the management of the old BOD if it wasn't for shareholders helping out with more cash via a rights issue. £6 to 35p is not very impressive. You can do what you like with numbers, it just depends which numbers you choose to use and how you present them. I know there is a lot more to this story, but I think the support of the shareholders together with the rise in the gold price is mainly responsible for where this company is now.
09/10/2020
18:16
undervaluedassets: Everything about this suggests to me that Strukov and his ilk are happy with the company being in a state of chaos as it gives them the opportunity to pick up more shares on the cheap... And even at some point in the future to put shareholders out of their misery by making a derisory offer for the whole.. I must ring Prosperity and see what they make of all this nonsense. The proof of the pudding is in the eating. And if share price performance is a measure of success (which it surely is in the final estimation) well since they have come to power the new management and board have certainly been successful at driving the price of shares in POG down. By contrast The previous board it should be noted presided over a transformed company whose share price rose 700% in 3 years making it the stand-out performer in the ftse 250
02/10/2020
09:15
officehead: Yes the price of gold is keeping the share price at levels above 32p. However the silence from the new executive is likely to be acting as an anchor to the share price. This internal conflict does not seem to be going in the right direction for shareholders. We have absolutely no idea what the intentions of the new executive are. The article below suggests things are not going to be resolved quickly - hope I am wrong. hTTps://www.gazeta.ru/social/2020/10/01/13275541.shtml
04/9/2020
05:02
undervaluedassets: It is greed isn't it route1 ... my view on how this plays out :- It is not enough for UGC and Everest just to be shareholders and watch their holdings gently appreciate and count their dividends... as Strukov claims oh so innocently in the FT "my only wish is be a shareholder of a big company, which takes my interests into account, which pays dividends".. Really ?? Everything that has happened recently belies his view. They want it all. 500-700 thousand ounces of gold per annum is too big a prize for them to settle for a part share.And not only do they want it all but they want it cheap. So they are deliberately, shamelessly creating chaos. They are currently 'keying their own car' to coin a phrase. Why? to knock the share price. When the POG share price is on the floor they will then adopt the posture of a knight in shining armour and offer to rescue desperate shareholders with an offer to buy the whole for a derisory price. Another thing ...If you listen to the statements that come out of Strukov's mouth he is completely brazen and shameless. He is quite 'Trumpean' in that he just says says whatever platitude suits his purposes at the time. And as for what he says having any relationship with what then happens or the truth ... forget it. for those that missed it here is the interview with the FT.. Reading that interview and comparing it to what has since transpired is telling. https://www.ft.com/content/8f2095ff-3eb0-4ba1-8213-3c2c319b219b This company has fallen amongst thieves I am afraid. This is my view. I would love to be wrong.
30/8/2020
10:46
stevea171: I agree with Togglebrush and Cliff above that the smash and grab raid on the POG Moscow office was at least partly to get off with POG proprietary plans and technical specs for its POX plant. According to Pavel, Strukov has wanted POX treatment at UGC and has even claimed he has POX without providing any evidence but Strukov tries to do everything on the cheap without taking the time or paying the price for anything. So it seems that Strukov's plans for POX treatment at UGC failed. So now he has the motive and opportunity to steal this technology from POG and pay nothing for it. If the technology was for sale, which it isn't, it may be worth a billion dollars. These 3 remaining directors from the old board - Cameron, Ms Phillips, and Kharin have enabled Meshcheriakov to likely steal POG's POX technology and hand it over to Strukov for free. Meshcheriakov is clearly a pawn of Strukov with his corporate raider team including heavies - Ural Athletes - and computer experts who all likely come from UGC. That technology was paid for by POG shareholders over the past 10 years and these scum POG directors have now likely allowed it to pass into Strukov's hands for free. I hope the traitorous institutions who supported Strukov and Everest at the EGM are now pleased with themselves as the true nature of Strukov is revealed.
29/8/2020
11:07
stevea171: From yesterday's RNS: "However, notwithstanding Mr Meshcheriakov's due appointment as Interim CEO, he has unfortunately encountered a lack of co-operation from some employees and ex-employees in certain of the Russian subsidiaries ...." At the time I did not understand who the company was referring to as 'ex-employees'. Now it seems likely after reading the above Forbes article that it's a reference to Pavel. I hold Strukov (24% shareholder) and the institutions who voted with Strukov at the EGM responsible. Meshcheriakov has apparently downloaded most of POG's records to his devices and wiped POG's computers clean. Pokrovskia Mine's offices in Moscow which serve the POG group are a separate legal entity that gives no automatic entitlement to Meshcheriakov. Meshcheriakov is facing possible legal action. What computer backup procedures did POG operate to restore it's records from? How can the company operate without all its records restored to the computers? How can any auditors agree to work with POG as things stand? How can the interim results be released within the next month as required by the LSE? POG was my largest holding. I have sold a large part of that holding in the past 2 days as the daily episodes of this saga are unacceptable and it seems as though nothing is being resolved but the chaos is just getting started. I hoped for a smooth transition to the new people but instead what do we have? Strukov engineered chaos.
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