Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Polymetal International 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
  +19.50p +2.42% 826.00p 824.50p 827.50p 829.50p 802.50p 804.00p 695,116 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 1,281.9 456.7 75.3 12.1 3,551.56

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24/9/2017
09:20
Polymetal Daily Update: Polymetal International is listed in the Industrial Metals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker POLY. The last closing price for Polymetal was 806.50p.
Polymetal International has a 4 week average price of 791.50p and a 12 week average price of 791.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,100p while the 1 year low share price is currently 723p.
There are currently 429,971,261 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,105,016 shares. The market capitalisation of Polymetal International is £3,551,562,615.86.
10/9/2017
08:27
loganair: When the going gets tough, the gold price gets going. Last week, as North Korea’s Kim Jong-un continued to show off his nuclear prowess to the world, gold rose to new highs, closing at $1,346.25 a troy ounce on Friday. Bubbling geopolitical tensions do not just affect the price of gold itself, but also the shares of listed gold miners, many of which have risen by 10 per cent or more over the summer. Randgold Resources, for example, the largest gold miner on the stock market, has risen almost 20 per cent since July to the eye-watering price of 8,125p. Midas recommended Randgold in 2008, when the price was just 2,390p so shareholders who bought back then have had a great run. The company has an enviable reputation within the industry and the price is likely to rise further, if gold gains more ground. For investors in search of a solid gold stock, this is the best on the market, even if the price is hard to swallow. Stockpickers in search of gold companies with a little more of an edge may like to turn their attention to Russia. The country is the third largest producer of gold in the world, mining more than 2,000 tons of the yellow metal in the past ten years alone. Government ministers are highly supportive of the industry too, hoping to increase production materially over the next decade. But a number of large investors worry about the country and fight shy of putting their money into Russian gold miners. Their reluctance is ironic, given that most are perfectly happy to invest in African mining stocks, which have a far greater propensity to suffer from political about-turns. For shareholders prepared to give Russian gold stocks a go, however, the rewards can be handsome, as producers try to overcome market mistrust by offering particularly generous dividends. Highland Gold exemplifies this trend. One of the lowest-cost producers, it has three working mines and a string of future projects. It produced just over 260,000 ounces of gold last year, delivered turnover of $306 million (£234 million), a net profit of $47 million and a dividend of 10p. The Russian rouble has strengthened by about 15 per cent against the dollar this year, which hits Highland, as most of its costs are in roubles and most of its sales are in the US currency. Nonetheless, chief executive Denis Alexandrov said at the half-year results last week he was confident of meeting full-year guidance and committed to returning cash to shareholders. Analysts expect turnover to stay broadly flat this year and profits to fall slightly but they have pencilled in another dividend of 10p. With the shares at 157p, that puts the stock on a yield of more than 6 per cent. Turnover and profit are both set to rebound strongly in 2018, with the dividend likely to rise to at least 11p. Chelsea Football Club owner Roman Abramovich and his cronies are big shareholders in Highland, which scares some investors. But the firm has been listed on Aim since 2002 and should deliver strong profit in coming years. Polymetal is also focused on growth. Significantly larger than Highland, Polymetal is listed on the main market, valued at £3.8 billion and the shares are 891½p. Recent half-year results also alluded to the impact of a stronger rouble on costs, but production is growing and the gold price is rising. So the firm is set to increase turnover by 15 per cent this year to $1.8 billion with pre-tax profit rising 4 per cent to $588.5 million. Last year, Polymetal paid out 27 cents in regular dividends plus a 15 cent special – equal to nearly 33p in sterling terms. This year, analysts forecast ordinary dividends of 34 cents, but there is the chance of another special if the gold price stays above $1,300 an ounce. Polymetal is expected to produce 1.4 million ounces of gold this year and has invested heavily in a new mine in Kazakhstan to boost production further. The project is expected to start commercial sales next year, but the share price has been affected by fear of delay. Polymetal fans say the firm is well managed and has a strong track record. It is chaired by Bobby Godsell, a former head of AngloGold Ashanti and a stalwart of the South African mining community. Midas verdict: Gold exploration stocks are notoriously risky but Randgold, Highland and Polymetal are all significant producers, delivering sales, profits and dividends. Conservative investors should stick to Randgold, income seekers could take a punt on Highland and those with long-term horizons should take a look at Polymetal.
17/5/2016
16:18
bozzy_s: Another blue day for POLY. I hear what you say undervaluedassets. Buying straight into POLY is a lower risk (and potentially lower reward) than buying via OVG. I'm not qualified to advise people what to do. And I most certainly wouldn't be betting the ranch on OVG! But as of today it offers some exposure to POLY at a price somewhere below £2 per POLY share (OVG has net tangible liquid assets inc POLY shares and cash worth >4 times it's market capitalization). Some things need to change at OVG to see it's valuation improve. POLY's recent performance has to be seen as positive. OVG's stake in POLY alone is now worth £6.238m or 7.65p per OVG share.
31/3/2016
11:58
undervaluedassets: I could be wrong - But as brokers are unenthusiastic here and the yet the share price and the company performance buoyant I conclude that something will have to change. Therefore I anticipate a gentle slew of upgrades from analysts - They will hate to be behind the curve.
23/10/2014
10:31
forwood: Looking very oversold from here. Was surprised it fell this far - 470 has been an unusually reliable support level this last month. Hasn't fallen as much on the MOEX (moscow exchange) - in fact quite stable (can see that here http://www.polymetalinternational.com/investors-and-media/share-information/share-price-chart.aspx?sc_lang=en Wondering really whether some of this weakness is rouble related - not sure why it should be but the chart below does show some relation in recent months. Also shows the 470 support line and previous low which we are not far off now. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
09/5/2014
13:43
albany30: Summed up pretty well by undervalued - this is a good company with a share price suppressed by external factors. In terms of holding / selling, I just cannot see this share price going below 520ish which looks a very solid base.Irritating but unlikely to be any value in selling just now.
03/3/2014
07:18
togglebrush: Russian Central Bank raises interest rates from 5.5% to 7%. Considering the high level of debt being carried by the company this may effect the share price today. ' A contrary indicator is the flight to gold and raise in the price of Gold. ' Ancient Chinese curse ... may you live in interesting times.
04/7/2013
05:41
bobsidian: 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.
25/6/2012
17:45
northernlass: NOMURA UPGRADES POLYMETAL BY TWO NOTCHES TO 'BUY' Shares of precious metals producer Polymetal International were given a lift on Monday morning by Nomura, which upgraded its rating on the stock from 'reduce' to 'buy'. The broker says that Polymetal, which listed in London in November 2011, has "slipped under the radar of institutions" during a period of negative sentiment towards precious metal miners, especially due to its complex operations and Russian exposure. "This has left Polymetal an underperformer and its valuation is undemanding," Nomura said. The stock trades at 6.2 times 2013 earnings (consensus forecasts) compared with global large-cap peers which trade on a multiple of 11.7. "Polymetal has embarked on a large expansion programme over the past five years. The company is now ready to reap the benefits of this expansion as peak capex spending passes," the broker said in a research report. "We expect Polymetal to generate increasingly attractive free cash flow yields of upwards of 20%, and we expect that management, in tune with changing desires of investors, to return a substantial amount of this cash to shareholders." Nomura says that now that Polymetal has passed the FTSE re-weighting, current levels provide a good entry point. The target price for the shares has been cut from 1,400p to 1,340p to reflect a lower expected silver price. However the new target still suggests around 45% upside to the current share price. By 09:38, shares were trading 1.37% higher at 926p. Source: http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=20183247
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