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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
  -14.50 -0.94% 1,520.00 1,519.50 1,521.00 1,547.50 1,515.50 1,541.50 757,222 16:35:06
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 7,198

Polymetal Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/11/2015
07:42
07.12 RNS A loan facility is not an acquisition.
zangdook
06/11/2015
22:34
Gosh, just spotted this. This has a long way to fall.
abc125
19/8/2015
15:13
Price of gold in roubles keeps going up - costs will be falling. It's now where t was in February, when Poly was 600! http://www.goldpriceoz.com/goldpricegraph/rub-gold-price-per-ounce-1-years-history.png
forwood
05/8/2015
09:44
The word is getting out: http://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/polymetal-international-plc-9-94-potential-increase-indicated-by-deutsche-bank/412672772
forwood
04/8/2015
23:55
Either way, me and my bird Sheila are waiting till it hits £3.51 for a shaggers punt. Hope this helps
sanks
04/8/2015
17:29
Interesting. I just looked again at the broker recommendations on Poly and there is one allegedly from Deutsche bank on the 31st July as a BUY but quoting a price target of 315p, which at the time was over 30% LOWER than its then share price I thought it must be a mistake, and looked at two other websites including the dreadful Directors' talk, both of which were reporting the same 'target'. Intrigued, I tracked down the analyst responsible Anna Mulholland and asked her if that was correct. She said it wasn't, it's a HOLD with a target of £5.10. She wasn't aware that this erroneous report is being reported all over the internet! Expect a sudden re-rating anytime soon!
forwood
04/8/2015
15:56
Here we are again! free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
forwood
31/7/2015
11:40
Why should Poly fall further? Already at all time lows but cash costs average $600, all in sustaining costs $775, benefitting from low rouble costs, paying a dividend. Also, have a look a this: https://sbtradedesk.com/ The authors note that gold and the dollar are at periodic 5 year extremes (5 year low gold, 5 year dollar high). They argue this relationship has appeared now 14 times in the last 30 years and conclude: 'the USD bull move is probably near the middle of its 3rd long term bull move (80s, 90s, and 10s) but the non-confirmation with gold and the analog with the 90s bull move sets the stage for a counter trend move (as soon as now) that will make many question whether the long term move has ended.' In other words, we could be about to see the end of the gold bear and a new gold bull market.
forwood
29/7/2015
22:10
Dont think gold will go below 1000. 980 may be tested. Poly unfortunately will fall further. Certainly looking to buy at 350-375.
shaf200
28/7/2015
15:52
not today pal!
forwood
28/7/2015
12:36
My long standing view has been that gold is heading below $1000. And when that happens, the liquid big cap miners will get slaughtered. I'm looking for an additional 50% decline here from current levels.
abc125
28/7/2015
12:32
Touched all time lows this week (424 today). HAs always bounced significantly from sell offs and fully expect it to do similar now. One of the few low cost producers around, and a dividend payer to boot - has several mines in the top ten worldwide for ore grades, inc the top and third highest (see http://www.mining.com/the-worlds-highest-grade-gold-mines/). Latest guidance confirms it will provide: "1.35 Moz of gold equivalent in 2015, along with its total cash cost guidance of US$ 575 - 625/GE oz and all-in sustaining cash costs of US$ 750-800/GE oz. " Motley Fool notes: "Polymetal (LSE: POLY), is also a very desirable stock at the present time. That’s at least partly because it trades on a very low price to earnings (P/E) ratio of just 9.2, which indicates that there is significant upward re-rating potential. Furthermore, Polymetal offers superb dividend potential, with the company’s shares currently yielding a very enticing 4.5%. However, it’s the dividend growth potential that is on offer which really appeals. For example, Polymetal currently pays out just 42% of net profit as a dividend, which means that there is significant scope for a rapid rise in shareholder payouts over the medium to long term."
forwood
18/6/2015
11:06
POLY Polymetal International as a gold producer looks very interesting from a technical view with gold share price increasing.
mike740
29/4/2015
23:59
Me and my bird Sheila are looking at buying some more closer to £4 if possible. Sensible comments appreciated
sanks
30/1/2015
14:10
Rubles are the cost basis and US $ dollar is the accounting basis and the dollar to ruble rate has been very VOLATILE in the past month and past year > Ruble to US dollar exchange rates ' _1st Jan 2014 32.85 30th Jan 2014 34.89 *----------------------- _1st Jan 2015 60.54 30th Jan 2015 70.71 *-----------------------.
togglebrush
29/1/2015
23:27
JeffCranbounre 29 Jan'15 - 20:23 - (Filtered)
gbb483
29/1/2015
20:26
Polymetal #POLY fourth-quarter and annual output and sales rise. Podcast> http://bit.ly/ADVFN0118
jeffcranbounre
23/1/2015
21:18
AU correction, stammer at 1300 inevitable, wonder if the revisit will take long. Oil price drop helps this more than most. Results likely to boost price.
edjge2
21/1/2015
14:47
am in again....IMO with gold price now above $1,300 this looks a decent play, must be an update due soon as well IMO?
qs99
15/1/2015
18:26
Excellent day for gold.
pixi
15/1/2015
09:47
Doubled my holding at 571.
cafe tabou
07/1/2015
00:19
I suspect gold will do well this year.
pixi
02/1/2015
12:37
Rouble down 43% in one year. Gold down 4% in one year Margins here are going through the roof Gold priced in dollars Costs are in Roubles. There will be lots more special dividends to come. Price of Oil/diesel helpful here too.
undervaluedassets
24/12/2014
11:36
http://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2014/12/23/russias-dangerous-game-with-forcing-exporters-to-sell-dollars-for-rubles/ Anyone fancy a dividend paid in rubles?
kibes
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