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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Polymetal International Plc LSE:POLY London Ordinary Share JE00B6T5S470 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.04% 1,418.00 1,414.00 1,415.50 1,420.00 1,405.00 1,416.00 1,810,835 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 2,095.5 1,027.6 168.2 8.5 6,715

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27/7/2021
15:26
Or it may just be (yet) another trip to the trendline - while 'they' can (take your pick whether your prefer line or candle chart - candle with a speculative possible flag: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
imastu pidgitaswell
27/7/2021
15:16
Dollar in retreat, on US figures, gold up, Polymetal down, its a strange day.
montyhedge
27/7/2021
14:49
Yes that would be a gift from the stockmarket gods.
montyhedge
27/7/2021
14:38
bought more at 1499,will ad at 1480 & 1420.
rasl5
27/7/2021
13:38
Polymetal of course correlation with gold price is very tight. Its like owning physical gold, except with Polymetal 6.5% dividend and growing. Strange gold now above 1800 dollars and Polymetal shares falling.
montyhedge
27/7/2021
13:23
All sounded decent I.P. Poly tend to get stuck in up/down trends so will hold off for now and see if the sector turns positive again cheers
mickinvest
27/7/2021
12:33
imastu Thanks, I had a call on another line so had to cut short early, but all looks good. Must admit I thought shareprice would have been higher but I suppose gold price off.
montyhedge
27/7/2021
11:12
bought yesterday 1516 & 1515 ,i wait for nearly 4 months but i did not wait one more day , it had to come to fill gap below 1500 .
rasl5
27/7/2021
11:06
Nice of them - 6.2% yield and 9 times earnings not good enough, I guess. I sorely wonder what information these analysts use to produce their price targets. Some have 1200 and some have 2200. Perhaps suggests that someone doesn't know what they're doing...
imastu pidgitaswell
27/7/2021
11:05
I'll dial in and hopefully someone asks the question on why debt increased so much considering they had bumper earnings cheers
mickinvest
27/7/2021
10:56
RBC CUTS POLYMETAL PRICE TARGET TO 1,725 (1,775) PENCE - 'OUTPERFORM'
philanderer
27/7/2021
10:46
Added a few here, new to precious metals generally and so have also taken FRES and JLP Thoughts on the choices anyone? gla
andyview
27/7/2021
10:40
Conference all 12pm you can listen in.
montyhedge
27/7/2021
10:38
Maybe - but too soon to say? YTD revenue up 12%. Full year cash costs were $638 per oz, 2021 estimate is $700-$750 - so that's up 9-17% (quite a range...) So profit (EPS) could be up, down or flat based on that costs range. We'll know more with the H1 results.
imastu pidgitaswell
27/7/2021
10:10
Think there is $200m difference to bottom line compared to last year at this stage, still very good value with the 2 large projects nearly completed but not sure on the catalyst for a re-rating short term unless gold price moves substantially higher.
mickinvest
27/7/2021
08:57
Nezhda Russia's 4th largest gold deposit, 100% owned by Polymetal starts November, so growing dividends for a long time, if gold price of course remains around $1750.Interims dividend last year 40c so should be higher, any guesses, mind 45c to 55c.
montyhedge
27/7/2021
08:48
I think it's fine - and explained. Note the working capital increase and cause(s) and that it should reverse by year-end. Also remember capex, as well as $0.4bn dividend (the impact on net debt - one quarter's cash generation versus over half a year's cash generation being paid out in that final dividend?) Or in numbers: - Free Cash Flow (operating cash generation less capex) was $600m(!) in 2020 or about $150m per quarter (average). So paying out $400m+ when FCF was c$150m made a dent - temporarily. Worth also noting that capex after 2021 is forecast to reduce significantly from that $600m level to around $400m p.a. (once the major projects set up has been completed) which will benefit net debt. I still see EPS broadly similar to last year, given cost increases (because last year's op costs were exceptionally low). With an upside if PM prices increase. (mildly interested in how the net debt for the quarter end 30 June 2020 was $1,321m, whereas for the half year ended 30 June 2020 it was $1,351m. Ooops...)
imastu pidgitaswell
27/7/2021
08:46
A bit disappointed in the increase in debt by $0.5B. It only increased by $200m last year at this stage after paying $200m dividends ($400m this year) but they had around $100m in gold sales lagging that fell into the 2nd half in 2020. Doesn't leave any room for an increase in dividend unless they increase net debt figure.
mickinvest
27/7/2021
08:43
50% of underlying net income for H1, up to 100% maximum of free cash flow for H2. Does no-one ever read the stuff they put out? hTTps://www.polymetalinternational.com/en/investors-and-media/shareholder-centre/dividends/
imastu pidgitaswell
27/7/2021
08:28
Conference call at 12pm might give a hint if someone asks the question.
montyhedge
27/7/2021
08:19
That was going to be my question. What interim dividend could we expect to be paid in September ?
rogerramjett
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