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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
  5.50 0.36% 1,515.50 1,515.00 1,516.00 1,520.00 1,504.50 1,511.00 189,474 14:42:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 2,095.5 1,027.6 168.2 9.1 7,177

Polymetal Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/8/2013
19:38
yes, I saw a sell recommendation by an analyst and sometimes they can affect the SP- probabky will bounce tomorrow
arja
27/8/2013
15:09
Write downs were predicated on gold at $1200 at the time of the production update. As we're nowhere near that this should be revised this upward but maybe it won't be. Whatever the level, as a non-cash item, it shouldn't have too great an impact. Only other reason for fall is a downgrade from HSBC but a price target of 820. HSBC downgrade on POG with a target of 82p hasn't stopped POG from going up today!
forwood
27/8/2013
12:10
POG up 5% today, can't see any reason for this pounding unless someone is expecting bad news in tomorrow's H1 results.
ianpalmer2012
27/8/2013
11:13
pounded today ! I thought this was a gold stock .
arja
23/8/2013
19:20
Gold desperately pushing $1400. Come on gold, you can do it.
ianpalmer2012
17/8/2013
00:52
Indeed, gold and silver at much higher levels and the likely dividend increases significantly.
deepvalueinvestor
16/8/2013
19:01
If we carry on at this rate we'll be back in the ftse100 at the September review. I'm thinking 970p target.
ianpalmer2012
12/8/2013
15:53
Seriously lagging the other goldies today
forwood
09/8/2013
10:29
Polymetal market cap. £2.7 billion. Petropavlosk (POG) market cap. £160 million. Any reason why Polymetal should be worth so much more? Both in Russia the companies both have good production rates, $1 billion debt and high cost of production as far as I can see.
kibes
09/7/2013
08:46
Well Goldming say sell slapped a 340p target on it. At a guess I would say it is because of its Debt, the Grades, Silver, the Country
liquidkid
05/7/2013
23:01
poly may bottom out at around 150-200p bob. I'm going by fres which was a newly listed stock in 2008. It crashed 80% from its £5.50 listing price during the lehmans meltdown so a similar decline with poly would take it to around 180p. I read on the pog thread that you expect the dollar and gold to rise together at some point (if i've understood you correcly). Most pundits would argue they work inverse to each other. Can i ask what is your reasoning for such an outcome? I'm expecting the dollar to rise for the next couple of years and my initial take on such an outcome would be that this will be negative for gold.
abc125
04/7/2013
05:41
Quite startling to see that even after falling some 60% year to date POLY could yet see its share price fall by around 50% from current levels if it is forced to take huge write downs in the cost of its mining outlays. However at these share price levels it is noticeable the percentage gains to be made in reactions back from its latest low. The difficulty in making such gains lies in judging the latest low in which to buy. It is not as though there is any share price history to reference.
bobsidian
26/6/2013
09:15
Well at the way the silver price is heading they may have to shut it down. What are the costs of producung it? Obviously if it is the by product of gold then it is that cost what about a pure silver mine?
liquidkid
12/6/2013
16:05
This is going to be a great buy when gold and silver have bottomed out and are clearly going up. That point does not appear to be yet however. I am interested in their Dukat silver mine; 3rd largest silver deposit in the world, 272 million oz reserves and 19 million oz production in 2012. If silver is going to go through the roof these will be very well placed. However, right now silver is being manipulated down by paper traders in my opinion.
kibes
15/5/2013
16:16
Silver is its archilles heel
liquidkid
15/5/2013
12:19
When will this find a bottom is the million dollar question
badtime
14/5/2013
10:24
Isn't the cheapest way in to POLY through OVG? OVG has cash and cash equivelents (mainly POLY shares) of 25p+ You can buy OVG at 11.5p currently.
christianf12
07/5/2013
11:09
Director buy?
badtime
01/5/2013
19:42
Not sure why the gold miners have been so weak versus gold price. I remain a buyer.
deepvalueinvestor
01/5/2013
16:38
DVI thinking of buying som more ? :)
badtime
30/4/2013
16:21
Polymetal is not Petropavlosk Polymetlosk is not Petropaval Polypavlosk is not Polypetro Polypetro is not Petrometal Petropavlosk is not Polymetal I must remember POLY down 6% POG down 6%
liquidkid
22/4/2013
08:00
Hello & thanks mistle1
peawacks
21/4/2013
13:56
peawacks May be worth a read... http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2012/article/55501375
milste1
19/4/2013
20:17
Excuse me for butting in but is this extract, from a Russian government website today, relevant to this board ? Just asking, as I know nothing about Polymetal, apart from seeing that a director has just invested heavily ! ' The transaction was approved by the acquisition of joint stock company "Polymetal" (you know, that there are foreign shareholders, in particular, the Czech shareholders have large packets) Company "Ural-Metal" and the platinum group. We are talking about a fairly large deposits of platinum, which are allowed to buy and invest the money corresponding to foreign investors. '
peawacks
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