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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Serabi Gold LSE:SRB London Ordinary Share GB00BG5NDX91 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 32.50p 30.00p 35.00p 32.50p 32.50p 32.50p 16,206 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 35.9 -1.3 -0.3 - 324.55

Serabi Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/6/2018
13:58
60p equivlant to 3p.
hraj
20/6/2018
09:57
Of course it is, jet lag induced mind fog hereThanks
fz13
20/6/2018
09:55
It is the Capital Consolidation on the basis of 20 existing shares for 1 new ordinary share.
loganair
20/6/2018
09:47
What's going on here? Can't get quotes, is it related to the news?
fz13
16/6/2018
17:56
I agree PPVN, consolidation often marks some short-term weakness in the share price The AGM statement is very positive; in particular, I am looking for great things (ie production/ efficiency increase) from the ore-sorter during 2019, before Coringa comes on-stream.Cheers, tightfist
tightfist
16/6/2018
07:20
Could be in anticipation of the consolidation scheduled for the 19th. Unfortunately it's usually a bit of a drag in aggregate value terms but we will see. I'm personally happy with how this company is progressing but there are a couple of niggles that could be leading to sales. The biggest of which could be when first gold is produced from Coringa and the implication that holds!
ppvn
15/6/2018
17:47
Gold down $24 so far today.
loganair
15/6/2018
17:41
Maybe just gold price nerves.
ironstorm
15/6/2018
16:49
Don't understand the selling, seems like a hold from here, no obvious headwinds unless I'm missing something
fz13
14/6/2018
15:36
and they usually deliver on time so this looks very encouraging Our ambitions are to see Serabi as a 100,000 ounce per annum producer within two years.
ironstorm
14/6/2018
15:34
I like this part The gold price has clearly been favourable over recent months, particularly in Brazilian Real terms, and with the majority of our costs denominated in Reais we have been enjoying a much better economic climate than 12 months ago.
ironstorm
14/6/2018
14:18
A particularly upbeat AGM statement released a couple of hours ago, Happily still invested here.
ppvn
30/5/2018
16:07
I see half my post got lost.... Today's rise is symptomatic of the illiquidity - I wonder what tomorrow will bring?!Having said that the volume is a tad more respectable in the world of SRB! Maybe the gap to that Peel Hunt target is making folk more interested?
tightfist
28/5/2018
17:01
Hi Logonair,Thanks for the info. I was curious how the number of trades had suddenly increased - your figures show the float is pretty modest -
tightfist
28/5/2018
13:47
Peel Hunt upgrades its investment rating on Serabi Mining (LON:SRB) to buy and set its price target at 8p.
loganair
24/5/2018
10:39
Fratelli Investments.................32.9% Greenstone Resource..................25.3% River & Mercantile Asset Management...9.7% City Financial Investment Company.....5.0% Anker Holding.........................4.3% Drake PIPE Fund.......................3.9% Eldorado Gold Corporation.............2.9% Directors (excluding Fratelli)........2.2%
loganair
24/5/2018
10:30
Thanks Logonair. Can you please post the notifiable holders/percentages? City Finance are not alone in their belief in the evolving SRB story!!
tightfist
24/5/2018
09:22
Over the past month City Finance has come from no where to holding 5% of Serabi so they must think Serabi has some good value. The notifiable major share holders hold 76.1% of Serabi.
loganair
24/5/2018
09:18
IMO Impatience + Poor Liquidity = share price Drop > Buying Opportunity?Loaded-up myself, and a patient holder for several more years yet...... May have a few more if there is another lurch?!
tightfist
24/5/2018
08:28
Why the drop here ???
lalria
18/5/2018
13:24
Ok so sounds like everyone on a similar page (I.e. woeful liquidity and bad past deals!!). Good points re. Ore sorter as well as ramp up. Happy to continue here, fingers crossed no massive drops following consolidation, might be tempted to pick up a few more if we do go down at all. Low market cap for potential 100k oz producer (though thinking about it, the balance of payment for Coringa will fall due at first gold so they'll need to pony up before 2020, if 100k oz within two years is to be achieved). Fingers crossed!
ppvn
18/5/2018
09:07
IIRC about 80% of their costs are in BRL. I hadn't noticed the weakening of the BRL vs USD in the last two months. Currently it's about 16% weaker that FY2017 average.Also don't overlook the cost/production possibilities of the Ore Sorter going on-line in Q1? next year. IMO that is also a potential game-changer?SRB seem to be developing slowly but nicely; a country-wide involvement is now being suggested? If only there was more interest and liquidity/volume.Cheers, tightfist
tightfist
18/5/2018
08:57
PPVN - In general with all miners around 75% of the costs of running a mine are in local currency. I am also not a fan of the upcoming consolidation. I am hanging my hopes that the management of Serabi are being truthful when they say the company will increase their gold production to around 100,000oz per year in 2 years time.
loganair
18/5/2018
08:32
I haven't seen any more research notes, but a significant portion (from historical RNS') of costs are indeed in BRL. One of the issues is that the Sprott loans had call options on around 6.3k oz of gold (from memory) so that's why their financial rebalancing has cost them so much in this quarterly report (I.e. they have to pay sprott when the call options become more valuable). I'm still here but I'm not the biggest fan of this upcoming consolidation and not a fan of the comments re. The possibility of further financing. I personally think this company is significantly undervalued still so will give them a few more quarters. Last fundraisers were at decent prices so figure it's fairly obvious they are undervalued currently. Only my opinion!
ppvn
17/5/2018
17:35
Regarding AISC, I bought some srb recently noting the 20% decline in the value of brl vs usd since January. My theory was that many of the brl based costs would be decreasing significantly vs. the usd based income stream. Maybe a much larger part of the cost base is usd based rather than brl... Anyone seen any more details in the Peel Hunt broker note?
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