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RSG Resolute Mining Limited

26.60
-0.50 (-1.85%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Resolute Mining Investors - RSG

Resolute Mining Investors - RSG

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Resolute Mining Limited RSG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.50 -1.85% 26.60 14:54:33
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
27.20 26.20 27.20 26.60 27.10
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MINING

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Posted at 30/8/2023 15:29 by the count of monte_cristo
Mining companies operating in Mali may now have to contend with ownership of just 65% of their projects after a law was signed giving the state and domestic investors the right to take up stakes of up to 35%.



Resolute has an 80% interest and the Government of Mali holds the remaining 20%. The Tabakoroni complex is owned by Société des Mines de Finkolo S.A. (SOMIFI), part of the Resolute Group.
Posted at 27/5/2022 10:49 by the count of monte_cristo
Well, it's not that significant for the market cap, helpful but probably doesn't warrant a big move. Although the UK investors have got this one totally off the radar.
Posted at 14/10/2020 07:58 by bubloo
great news on tabakoroni update and I understand some more good news coming from LOM on seam update. Investors have overlooked enormous potential here. I have picked some around 53 p and hoping this to gradually go back to around 80 p
Posted at 19/8/2020 08:42 by arja
how wrong I was with Mali news and I took a big hit . Always risky holding a dual listed stock as captive prisoner until UK market opens . Tried to short RSG in OZ at 126 but IG would not let me and it fell to 111 at close after hitting 108. UK investors beware of dual listed unless UK is lead market but OZ is lead market for this stock.Could fall to chart support level of about $1 in oz tomorrow but who knows for sure !
Posted at 26/2/2020 10:27 by mattjos
the SPP has come up with A$23.3m out of a max A$25m so, pretty well taken up by existing investors in Aus & NZ.
Posted at 19/2/2020 21:14 by mattjos
Pleased to see a few existing investors raising their hands at the back of the quiet room :-) The business looks well set just now, particularly as you say after the recent sale of the aus mine and the equity raise to reduce debt.We should be seeing some strengthening cash flows off pog.Should be at/near the bottom of the price range & lift from here, imo.
Posted at 05/12/2019 09:13 by homebrewruss
Good news today. Also just found this crux investor interview from a few days ago:
Posted at 07/8/2019 08:34 by someuwin
Diggers and Dealers presentation a very good overview...
Posted at 11/9/2005 21:04 by tole
Armshares view - nice bit in the summary "A quality newcomer to the market" :)

Reliance Security Group PLC
Report updated: 7th September 2005

Most investors will know that Reliance Security, which transferred from the Official List in 2005, is a long-established private security company, covering mobile response, electronic surveillance and remote monitoring. Less familiar may be the fact that the large market addressed is challenging says the company, and eyes locked on the prospects of growth should be looking at the company's growing presence in a field of facilities management and business process outsourcing, which now contribute over one third of turnover - and raising.

But the maiden year on AIM sees both investors and management braced for a time of change as the move is at once part of a renewed focus on non-core interests (which means that the latest £10 million sale will not be around to make its contribution this year) and has coincided with the loss of an important electronic monitoring contract. A paliative is that the £10 million will be on its way to shareholders soon. And giving the new circumstances and new surroundings a good stir is the regulation of the industry, due to take place in 2006.

At the AGM on 7th September, the company reported that in the first few months of the current year it had performed in line with its expectations. The company expects to finalise proposals for returning £10 million to shareholders 'within the next few weeks'.

Research Standing
The dynamic factors in the situation at the time of writing make it difficult to be precise about future performance prospects, but the elements in situ cross-referenced to the price surely give management a fair-sized target to aim for in order to get the price up. A quality newcomer to the market.
Posted at 14/8/2005 14:55 by tole
Off the KBC Peel Hunt note from 30 Jun. Seems they feel the same way about the undemanding PER and the nice payout to come ;)

The big issue of how new regulations will impact on profitability continues to overhang, but in the meantime RSG is generating ever more cash and building other profitable businesses.

We upgrade our FY05/06E slightly to reflect better F.M. business, but results will still show a decline on this year. The upgrade is despite the return of cash to shareholders which given an undemanding PER could be a straight gain to investors.

Net cash of £27.7m is above our £20m expectation, such that the £10m return of cash to shareholders will probably be a straight gain to investors.

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