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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  38.00 2.64% 1,477.00 197,890 08:26:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,476.50 1,477.50 1,503.00 1,463.50 1,483.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 1,693.56 465.99 76.91 20.2 6,969
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:26:58 O 10 1,479.805 GBX

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Polymetal Daily Update: Polymetal International Plc is listed in the Industrial Metals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker POLY. The last closing price for Polymetal was 1,439p.
Polymetal International Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,411p and a 12 week average price of 1,411p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,079p while the 1 year low share price is currently 990.20p.
There are currently 471,818,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,193,299 shares. The market capitalisation of Polymetal International Plc is £6,789,461,020.
rogerramjett: Very good set of results. Any further share price weakness would be ridiculous and would force me to add more to my ISA. Would love to see gold go on another run as POLY looks amazing having only taken a position yesterday. Not going to anticipate the share price direction as at the moment not much makes sense.
zicopele: AISC numbers are consolidated. Those numbers I documented are included in annual report. What interests me is the profit margins on Ag which at current prices are enormous. I actually listened to the PAAS conference call last week. If you are interested in Canadian stocks PAAS might be a good alternative to fres as a silver play. It is listed in US also. Anyway at the end of the conference call the MD reminded everyone that demand for Ag is increasing by 10% per annum so there is a strong case to be made for a floor to silver price. That is why I like fres and PAAS. I like poly too but it trades at a justified discount to other miners by virtue of its Russian operations. PS the renewed interest in GME has tightened liquidity for hedge funds and there is a sell off on Wall Street. Poly is having its own version of this phenomenon as it is now impossible to trade on margin. As always, DYOR.
mickinvest: I'll have a look over tomorrow rp, Poly have plenty of silver to add to their 19Moz a year including this announcement from Sept 2020. Prognoz initial Ore Reserve estimate Polymetal announces initial JORC-compliant Ore Reserve estimate for Prognoz of 142 Moz of silver ("Ag") at 560 g/t. "The estimate confirms that Prognoz is one of the best silver development projects globally", said Vitaly Nesis, CEO of Polymetal. "We will continue to advance the project towards development". The initial JORC-compliant open-pit Ore Reserve estimate as at 1 March 2020 comprises 7.9 Mt of ore with an average Ag grade of 560 g/t containing 142 Moz of silver. Reserves have been assessed for Glavnaya (Main), Boloto (Swamp) and Yuzhnaya (Southern) ore zones only. Reserve estimate is based on US$ 15/oz silver price with silver representing approximately 90% of value contained at this price level. Mineral Resources additional to Ore Reserves are estimated at 5.6 Mt of mineralized material with an average grade of 552 g/t for 100 Moz of silver contained. The Preliminary Feasibility Study assumes 9 years of open-pit mining with conventional flotation flowsheet producing clean high-grade concentrate. The Company expects average annual production of 13.5 Moz of payable silver at AISC in the range of US$ 8-9/oz. Total project's capital expenditures are expected to amount to US$ 319 million comprising US$ 250 million of pre-production CAPEX (including pre-stripping costs) and US$ 69 million of maintenance CAPEX.
rougepierre: We have £150k of makes more from gold than from silver but trades as a silver stock...which is lucky... This POLY price is crazy...I believe it is 100% the IG 100% factor, so I bought back £36k at 1448...but dwarfed by the two 25,000 bargains... Tomorrow could be interesting as the last minute brigade square their positions at IG Index before the 100% margin calls bite...POLY, JAY, ATYM and a whole load of other good stocks... AIMHO as usual...
mickinvest: Chart shows it's common for Poly to drop couple quid pretty damn quickly. About 5 times in the last year.
pander45: Quite OK thank you. Making an valid argument or challenging an opinion does not imply anger, it's simply a debate. Interestingly the share price dropped on a silver price pull back today. I think my point was that a 10% rise in 14% silver production compared to flat gold for 86% production would clearly drive the share price up? It's the relative interaction between commodity prices and production share.
imastu pidgitaswell: Ah - possibly. So basically we're investing strategically. All of £2m. Sofa change... This must be what has been dragging on the POLY share price. Obviously. 😀
imastu pidgitaswell: Personally I don't have one - will sell them and buy them back as they go up and down, taking the money regularly. Sometimes within the same day, sometimes over a period of weeks or even months. Working with a number of different buys at different prices. Price of metals a key variable, as is the pandemic impact. So need to stay flexible rather than fixed price targets with such big fundamental issues not under their control. At current metals prices, it is undervalued (imho), and should be around £19-20 - but that can changes as PM prices change, and if there is a pandemic impact; clearly the latter risk is reducing, but (some might argue) the risk to PM prices is increasing. But there have been some (and presumably there is continuing to be) some large holders selling - they have seen the share price treble in less than 2 years, so that is logical. Gives us a chance to buy cheaper than we could otherwise do.
togglebrush: FWIW Both POLY and POG share prices dived on Friday and both had Maximum Daily Trade Volumes for this year to date ' POG at 282,842,117 where Median___16,349,662 for scale POLY at 16,122,034 where Median____1,791,197 for scale ' Today both companies have their share prices down Make of it what you will ???
geckotheglorious: Some chunky disposals in the last week or so.. Notified this morning: ”Bank Otkritie Financial Corp trims stake to 3.89%(6.93%)” hTTps:// Notified 6th July: ”Mr Petr Kellner” reduces stake to 3.82%(6.5%)” hTTps:// And recall 2nd Jun'20 ”Alexander Mosionzhik reduces below notifiable threshold(3.31%)” hTTps:// End of May ”Sova Capital reduces stake “Below notifiable threshold(3.05%)” hTTps:// A concerning "trend"
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