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SRB Serabi Gold Plc

58.50
2.50 (4.46%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Serabi Gold Plc 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
  2.50 4.46% 58.50 58.00 59.00 58.50 56.00 56.00 265,311 15:59:44
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores 58.71M -983k -0.0130 -45.00 44.3M
Serabi Gold Plc is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SRB. The last closing price for Serabi Gold was 56p. Over the last year, Serabi Gold shares have traded in a share price range of 21.25p to 70.50p.

Serabi Gold currently has 75,734,551 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Serabi Gold is £44.30 million. Serabi Gold has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -45.00.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/3/2024
13:24
You don't get it do you. You refer to MH and Board. You've no idea - ah bless, really. You are too stupid to be annoyed with. You do extreme stupid by mistake and don't realize.
borisjohnsonshair
27/3/2024
09:31
What's the Board got to do with it? I assume teller or farm hand was the pinnacle of your career?
borisjohnsonshair
27/3/2024
07:48
Of course I do!!! Why wouldn't I?
borisjohnsonshair
26/3/2024
21:58
A lot of water has flowed under the bridge since the 100kOz figure was mooted some years ago - I don't recall ever hearing a joined-up plan, so I was always highly sceptical. IIRC the faulting at Sao Chico put a tin lid on it.. IIRC the main S-N highway was paved several years ago, to enable soy bean trucking/export. But after the Coringa processing plan was hatched. Time has now moved on, the plan revisited and ore sorting/trucking is now attractive, and Capex lite too. Bring it on!.Hopefully in a few years time they will complete the Coringa processing loop, increase mining around Palito and then have more local processing capacity. tightfist
tightfist
26/3/2024
20:05
Neither it seems do you Boris 🧐
kennyp52
25/3/2024
13:48
Gold bull run still going !
millwallfan
25/3/2024
10:35
A little knowledge is dangerous. You know the ore sorter wasn't functional at Palito but don't know why!!!
borisjohnsonshair
21/3/2024
20:55
Rationale agreed; but.... Trucking only became viable fairly recently because the highway was paved and the Soy bean export market collapsed..... and SRB needed the trial mining licence extension (31 January) to get the crusher/sorter installation permission. They did take reasonable pre-emptive action (19 October) to purchase the Ore Sorter, ex Poland..By all means let's throw mud at MH, when supported by the facts, tightfist
tightfist
21/3/2024
19:10
Sort the ore before trucking = higher grades when it gets to plant = less transport costs / lower AISC per gold ounce produced . It’s as simple as that as far as I understand and given the weight limit on transportation also it is a no brainer that they should have thought about and actioned months ago imho.
kennyp52
21/3/2024
11:55
Hi Metis, PPVN; Yes, they will soon (Q1 2025?) be able to truck at least 100% more recoverable gold within the Ore transportation weight limitation. .Of course, that is assuming they will have mined that gold as the first step. Isn't it about time we had a QUANTIFIED update on Coringa mine progression - my apologies if I have missed it, amongst the soothing MH words, tightfist
tightfist
21/3/2024
10:37
• The GU permits the transport of up to 50,000 tonnes of ore per annum from Coringa, to be processed at the Palito Complex.

Given a maximum permitted transport of 50k tonnes of ore per annum, with the ore crusher and sorter at work at Coringa, the amount of gold transported will be larger per annum than when, as currently, the raw ore is transported.

metis20
21/3/2024
10:03
Hey tightfist! Yes I actually wonder whether the Coringa ore sorter is more to do with reducing trucking costs than increasing grade.

They've got the sorter at Palito so why not truck ore from Coringa then sort prior to processing? I'd assume that's what they are doing regardless. But then I guess net impact is the same just with fewer coringa trucks needed...

ppvn
21/3/2024
09:37
Hi PPVN, with the second (Coringa) Ore Sorter on the water, IMHO it's more a question of When rather than If they can install alongside the Crusher and lift the composite Palito mill Head Grade. Just need to be patient to see the plan being delivered.....
tightfist
21/3/2024
09:14
Assuming they can successfully increase grade their aisc will fall. Cost of running the palito plant is relatively constant so if they can increase the head grade they will produce more and therefore aisc falls.
ppvn
21/3/2024
08:48
Lets hope with POG on a surge they don't take their eye off the ball and let AISC go up.
bsg
21/3/2024
07:50
Gold price sustaining or pushing on with some positive news from the company and we should see a decent jump towards the elusive £1 😂
millwallfan
21/3/2024
06:18
Gold through $2200 might help with that !
jj119
20/3/2024
10:04
Good volume at this time of day..... another attempt underway to pass and hold above 60p?
tightfist
15/3/2024
18:48
Haven’t missed anything BoJO .. it’s down on the day 🤷‍a94;️

Post your trades BoJo .. no ? Thought so .

Why do you have to resort to low IQ comments and the like .. is that really all you have got ?

kennyp52
15/3/2024
16:23
Not the weekend to be out!!!! Massive weekend.
borisjohnsonshair
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