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RSG Resolute Mining Limited

27.70
-0.10 (-0.36%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Resolute Mining Limited LSE:RSG London Ordinary Share AU000000RSG6 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -0.36% 27.70 27.00 27.60 28.60 27.00 28.20 1,013,896 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores 631.07M 65.58M 0.0308 17.53 1.15B
Resolute Mining Limited is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RSG. The last closing price for Resolute Mining was 27.80p. Over the last year, Resolute Mining shares have traded in a share price range of 15.50p to 30.80p.

Resolute Mining currently has 2,129,006,569 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Resolute Mining is £1.15 billion. Resolute Mining has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 17.53.

Resolute Mining Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/3/2021
10:57
Looks like the Chinese have found a cheaper way of securing the asset..this is why buying mining stocks in countries where corruption is rife is problematic.
kooba
24/3/2021
09:32
So, on 15th Dec 2020, RSG indicate they are going to sell the mine for $100m. Share price goes up 0.02%. On 24th March, they say they no longer own the mine, share price goes down 25%, gotta love Mr Market sometimes.
theprovosts
24/3/2021
09:15
Yup, they need the $105m to repay debt...
74tom
24/3/2021
08:58
Im assuming Mr Market is worried about liquidity (previously indicated they were selling the concession) since the mine is not actually in operation just now?
theprovosts
24/3/2021
07:25
“hard to imagine further bad news“

Well it didn’t take long for your naive comments to be proven wrong...

74tom
02/3/2021
15:14
Er.. they did get rid of the CEO
ohisay
19/2/2021
17:05
From the HY report of UIL Ltd, which holds a good chunk of Resolute:

"Resolute Mining Limited’s (“ResoluteR21;) gold
production in the six months to 31 December
2020 was 177,191oz, down 15.0% on the same
period in the prior year. This was due primarily to
interruptions in production at Syama in Mali, and
the sale of the Ravenswood mine in early 2020.
Sulphide production in Syama was impacted
by industrial action, while oxide operations
were lower than the previous year following the
completion of open pit mining at Tabakoroni in the
first half of 2020.
For the year to 31 December 2021, Resolute has
forecast production of 350,000oz to 375,000oz
at an all-in sustaining cost of between USD 1,200/
oz and USD 1,275/oz. In USD terms, gold rose
significantly in the first half of calendar year 2020,
then remained relatively flat during the period
under review. As at 31 December 2020, cash and
bullion on hand was USD 106.0m. In December,
Resolute announced the sale of the Bibiani gold
mine in Ghana for USD 105.0m"

vacendak
17/2/2021
11:10
Aside the debt level, the company sold their Australian mine and now solely africa focused unit which probably increases the perceived risk. There was a coup in Mali which did not help confidence and some operational challenges and strikes at key mines alongside COVID risks as well as unexpected Capex and local VAT tax issues with government. During period of high gold prices a lot of the gold price was hedged because of the debt and therefore the group did not fully benefit from the upside. Some subsequent changes in management and broad selling by shareholders leading to the current poor valuation.

Hopefully the bad news is now behind us and Fully baked into share price. hard to imagine further bad news. Without further surprises the company should start delivering and we can see some upside to the current share price.

mrwaterloo
17/2/2021
08:54
Guidance for 2021 of 350,000oz to 375,000oz at a forecast AISC between US$1,200/oz and US$1,275/oz...

Don't forget too 133,000 ozs already hedged for 2021 @ 1687 dollars/oz ..around 37% of output.

ohisay
17/2/2021
08:31
Richard i think the dept was becoming a problem $230m need to be eating into this while gold price high so the sale of Bibiani Gold Mine for US$105 million will hopefully pay near half of the dept to $125m so with Guidance for 2021 of 350,000oz to 375,000oz at a forecast AISC 20% up between US$1,200/oz and US$1,275/oz so it all depends on the gold price i think we will see gold price over
2k again short term RSG share price should start to move back up i actually added yesterday to bring my average down to 46p now but i think will still have a seller in the background.




Y20 production to 395,136oz (CY19 production of 384,731oz)

-- Realised gold price for the quarter averaged US$1,719/oz compared to the average spot price of US$1,877/oz

-- All-In Sustaining Cost (AISC) of US$1,002/oz for the quarter bringing year to date AISC to US$1,074/oz (CY19 AISC of US$1,095/oz)

-- Cash and bullion of US$106.5 million reducing net debt to US$230.4 million at 31 December 2020

-- Agreement reached for sale of Bibiani Gold Mine for US$105 million
-- Guidance for 2021 of 350,000oz to 375,000oz at a forecast AISC between US$1,200/oz and US$1,275/oz

-- Tabakoroni Mineral Resource increased to 1.3Moz at 4.9g/t Au
Resolute Mining Limited (Resolute or the Company) (ASX/LSE: RSG) presents its Quarterly Activities Report for the period ended 31 December 2020.

Resolute's safety performance continued to improve with TRIFR halved to 0.87 over the preceding 12 months, despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Resolute's quarterly production of 89,888oz at an AISC of US$1,002/oz during the December quarter was driven by another strong performance from the Mako Gold Mine (Mako) in Senegal and an improved performance from the Syama Sulphide operation.

Production at the Syama Sulphide operation increased by 15% compared to the prior quarter despite a number of local and national strikes called during the December quarter. Processing operations were not significantly affected, as Resolute capitalised on the ore stockpiles at both the oxide and sulphide plants to ensure continuity of production. Syama Oxide production was affected by the late arrival of mining equipment to the Cashew Open pit which delayed access to higher grade ore, together with material handling issues associated with viscous, low density ores.

During the quarter, Resolute announced the Sale of Bibiani Gold Mine for US$105 million in cash to Chifeng Jilong Gold Mining Co. Ltd (Chifeng). Proceeds from the sale will be used to repay debt and strengthen Resolute's balance sheet.

Guidance for 2021 has been set at gold poured of between 350,000oz to 375,000oz at an AISC of between US$1,200/oz and US$1,275/oz inclusive of corporate overheads. The focus for 2021 will be operational consistency and cash generation

avsome1968
10/2/2021
19:03
No posts! Anyone any further info on why this disaster of companies share price has been hit so badly (compared to others)?
richardly
17/1/2021
11:38
Not pleased but staying put. Hopefully this is the bottom!
doc_oj
15/1/2021
18:50
AISC cost up pretty flat update just hope gold rockets this year.
avsome1968
15/1/2021
14:34
Mali site is an ongoing disaster.
ohisay
17/12/2020
23:22
Hmmmm news maybe sinking in ?
avsome1968
15/12/2020
08:13
this share absolutely baffles me, they strike a deal to sell one of their mines for almost a quarter of their current market cap and the share price remains almost at it's weakest point for the year!?
doc_oj
27/11/2020
09:04
Don't agree gold will bounce any day now, not sure what chart your looking at maybe turn it the right way round.
avsome1968
26/11/2020
21:54
chart for RSG in OZ shows a turnaround and might have further to go . Gold off a touch since OZ close and I doubt it will move higher on friday in OZ . Sentiment never good for this stock sadly
arja
26/11/2020
17:04
someone cumulating in 5k buys hmmmmmm time to top up gold ready to bounce get these 50% discount.
avsome1968
25/11/2020
12:27
Topped up knocked my average down a tad 49p gold will rally next year.
avsome1968
25/11/2020
08:10
Doc

Totally agree with you i bought around 55p very disappointed that we are where we are now, but nothing has changed, gold still reasonably high cant see too much more downturn looking to add anytime time to average down, stock market looking over inflated again, gold will turn a corner and start motoring back up next year for sure.

avsome1968
24/11/2020
23:21
Share price now is not much higher than the flash covid crash in march with gold about $300 an ounce lower at the time. Completely beyond me why the constant weakness when it already seemed low enough, continue to hold but shame unable to average down as no funds.
doc_oj
06/11/2020
16:25
it was up today in OZ on back of a big move in gold prioe and should add a few more cents on monday in OZ if gold holds the current $1950 level . So might see almost 50p here on monday - maybe famous last words ! So illiquid here and RSPs will not offer a price between the spread - I use CFD .
arja
05/11/2020
21:00
This appears to be run by a bunch of goons who don't seem to have a clue
Poor financing deals , poor hedging and causing a strike by trying to save a few grand in costs.
A decent management could vastly improve the performance here and maybe push the share price to where it should be
That debt should have been paid down in a year
$700 x 430,000 = $300m

ntv
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