Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Prairie Min LSE:PDZ London Ordinary Share AU000000PDZ2 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.25p -2.58% 47.25p 48,914 16:14:52
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
46.00p 48.50p 48.50p 47.00p 48.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.2 -5.1 -3.4 - 78.51

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Prairie Min Daily Update: Prairie Min is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PDZ. The last closing price for Prairie Min was 48.50p.
Prairie Min has a 4 week average price of 37p and a 12 week average price of 29p.
The 1 year high share price is 50.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23.50p.
There are currently 166,158,969 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 644,499 shares. The market capitalisation of Prairie Min is £78,510,112.85.
lord gnome: Interesting news, Cottoner. I suppose it all comes down to price. How much will JSW pay and on what basis. I dare say that the Chinese would also be interested in buying Jan Karski. Whatever, I don't see Prairie staying with this until first production in 2023. They will cash out, and possibly in the next twelve months. Hopefully at a price that is some multiple of the current share price. Somebody behind the scenes is buying up all the loose stock at 43p. The market has absorbed a heck of a lot of selling in the last few sessions and the price hasn't budged. Definitely one to hold tight.
lord gnome: More sellers about this morning, but over 250,000 have been absorbed so far and the share price hasn't budged. Somebody must have a big buy order being filled.
lord gnome: Nice find Kenwrong. Something out of left field. Certainly wasn't expecting that. A deal won't do the share price any harm at all. Some cash up front plus a royalty deal would be rather nice.
lord gnome: The Bankable Feasibility Study on the Jan Korski mine is due this autumn. That should act as a catalyst to move the share price. My real hope here is the the Chinese will want to own the entire project and look to buy or buy out Prairie. Either that or Prairie will look to sell to one of the majors if the scheme is as big as is claimed. 2023 is a bit of a long wait for first production and I might not be here when it happens. Long Term investing has a different meaning at my age.
lord gnome: Not that I have heard, plentymorefish. This drop today has come out of left field. Surprising really, as the news has been positive all through and progress is being made with the projects. The share price should be going the other way. Hold, Fold or.... Add?
bandflex: From the Beaufort note - "Debiensko’s value is also not remotely reflected in the current share price. A scoping study is due later this month which should act as a major catalyst." and todays RNS- "The halt was requested by the Company pending an announcement regarding a Scoping Study at the Debiensko Hard Coking Coal Project" Could be a good month for PDZ.
someuwin: Prairie Mining (PDZ.L) Buy at 27p Target Price: 90p Prairie owns two coking coal projects in Poland, both of which have the potential to become tier one mines. Jan Karski is semi-soft coking, Debiensko is premium hard-coking. Both projects will supply the European steel industry and benefit from high-value coal, very high margins, existing infrastructure (e.g. rail) and established regional markets. In terms of project economics, both Jan Karski and Debiensko are expected to produce excellent long-term returns, something which is not reflected in Prairie’s £41m market cap. Jan Karski’s prefeasibility study showed a >25 year mine life, a post tax NPV8 of $1.4 billion and a 26% IRR. Debiensko’s value is also not remotely reflected in the current share price. A scoping study is due later this month which should act as a major catalyst. Meanwhile, our Debiensko model produces an NPV8 of circa US$750m and a 23% IRR. A key element to realizing Prairie’s value is de-risking through bankable project studies, culminating in mine construction. The excellent returns and strategic importance of both projects should ensure they get financed. Prairie’s management is dominated by very experienced international and Polish coal mine builders and operators. We see limited downside risk to Prairie and believe it has slipped through the net. We initiate coverage with a BUY and 90p TP. Read the full report...
lord gnome: All buys today. Share price moving up again. Has this been tipped somewhere?
lord gnome: Nice update. The share price should progress alongside the project. Also nice.
keya5000: You would be more than welcome Sigora. Think this may have some serious share price appreciation over the coming months. Not an over night trade but a few weeks/months holding these could prover very worthwhile.
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