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THS Tharisa Plc

75.00
2.00 (2.74%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tharisa Plc LSE:THS London Ordinary Share CY0103562118 ORD USD0.001 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 2.74% 75.00 74.00 76.00 75.00 73.00 73.00 307,441 12:14:46
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec 649.89M 82.24M 0.2743 2.52 206.86M
Tharisa Plc is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker THS. The last closing price for Tharisa was 73p. Over the last year, Tharisa shares have traded in a share price range of 47.25p to 94.00p.

Tharisa currently has 299,794,034 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Tharisa is £206.86 million. Tharisa has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 2.52.

Tharisa Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/8/2023
10:26
Both UK and SA sites gone, no idea why
nakedmolerat
29/8/2023
09:20
It seems to have been deleted. Anyone know why?
musarddjm
28/8/2023
21:20
Does Tharisa still have a twitter account?
whitehunter
21/7/2023
09:16
Liberum research have no idea about the direction of commodities. I think we need a recovery probably driven by China for these prices to pick up.

That said a lot in the price now and luckily Chrome has to some extent mitigated things.

loglorry1
20/7/2023
16:23
Thanks to both of you. Rhodium's dropped so much that if it gains 90% from here it'll still be well down from its price 12 months ago.
mjneish
20/7/2023
16:14
Thanks, in arrears, someuwin.
saltraider
20/7/2023
16:08
@mjneish ... I think I get it ... and I think it means that Liberum's assessment is that exposure to platinum group metals and thermal coal (both of which I have a-plenty) is likely to offer good returns over the next 12 months. But exposure to copper, which I also have in spades, might not be such a good idea.

That said, I'd also appreciate Someuwin's explanation, if he would be gracious enough to take the time.

saltraider
20/7/2023
16:01
...Tharisa posted it on Twitter today, Its from a Liberum research note last week.

They think Rhodium will perform best over the next 12 months rising 90%. With all the other commodities as shown.

Highly positive for THS.

someuwin
20/7/2023
15:57
Someuwin, would you mind explaining what that chart means? Thank you.
mjneish
20/7/2023
14:48
Tharisa plc @tharisa_sa ·6h

Karo is turning out to be a world class development project in line with our forecasts, which showcase the commodities we produce as significant in the decarbonisation of the global economy. #Karo #Worldcass #Decarbonisation

someuwin
20/7/2023
14:27
Tharisa plc @tharisa_sa ·28m

Note from Liberum of last week

someuwin
17/7/2023
08:35
Hi all.I'm just looking with a view to buying in here, having done plenty of research.Does anyone know how long the spread has been this wide for? I'm just curious!
soilderboy
13/7/2023
23:04
The same arguments apply to SLP I think; would be interesting to compare.
deadly
13/7/2023
09:46
Nice lift again today. Buying at 80p today. Were available under 70p two days ago. Funny old game this.
whitehunter
12/7/2023
10:31
Thamesis research note - hxxps://www.research-tree.com/research/tamesis-partners/q3-fy2023-production-results/37_2023071201503485476/ff502d6a-580c-4fb7-85a0-08269331f0cc [free to access but may need registration]

Our forecast EV/EBITDA and PER multiples multiple for FY2023 are 0.6x and 1.7x respectively, P/NAV is only 0.19x. We find these multiples extraordinary given the growth trajectory of Tharisa and the continued cash generation from its key asset. We maintain a PT of 300p whilst wondering openly whether the Pouroulis family will start to look at a management buyout if the share price stays at these levels. It certainly feels “doable”.

stemis
12/7/2023
10:06
At 74p, with net cash of $141m, the EV is just $145m...for a company that generated $40m of net cash in just 3 months. And that's valuing Karo at zero. And the company pays a yield of 7.3%. And that's with PGM prices at their current depressed levels. Madness I tell you...
stemis
12/7/2023
09:06
We’ll that best my 70.25 purchase last Thursday, let’s hope we have found a bottom and not a dead cat bounce today
sotolo
12/7/2023
08:29
Yes, I did. Only a few so far. Got 69p!
I'll buy more once the share price settles down a bit and the spread narrows later on.

tigerbythetail
12/7/2023
08:25
Did you buy more Tiger?
sotolo
12/7/2023
08:19
Bought some this morning as this is due a rerating
lennonsalive
12/7/2023
08:14
Fairly happy with the update, all in all.
UK George - I agree. IMO, share price is simply too low.

tigerbythetail
12/7/2023
07:38
Likely a great time to be buying 70p is a bargain.
ukgeorge
12/7/2023
06:51
Q3 Production Report
Cash on hand increased by US$36.8 m to US$242.6 m (31 March 2023: US$205.8 m), resulting in a net cash position of US$141.5 m (31 March 2023: US$101.1 m)

strollingmolby
10/7/2023
18:31
Tiger
I often tell people about my wonderful eco car:
It has a range of 550miles
It reacharges from zero to full range in 3 or 4 minutes
All it’s materials have long since been amortised
And it doesn’t spew out many ppm2.5’s, the coming pollution disaster from car tyres in bev’s.
And despite being 20 years old is happily a ULEZ compliant petrol (Jeremy Clarkson told me I couldn’t buy a diesel convertible after ordering one and made me change it, luckily)
The downside is it cost a million pounds in today’s money 20 years ago
When I was single and gave up a spouse’s pension rights for the £35k to buy it, now happily married my spouse would get £60k a year if I hadn’t but will now get diddly squat.
So rather dependent on THS picking up
Hope you are right
However I and most I know are thinking of Bevs for their next vehicles
Plus ICE cars won’t be allowed

sotolo
10/7/2023
09:58
Hi Sotolo!
I decided to leave it till Thursday and to see how production is going before buying more. There is just a chance that the share price is reacting to problems (unknown to me) at the mine, rather than to what I believe (PGM prices / general SA woes). This still feels to me like a panic bottom and a buying opportunity, but I don't think waiting three days will make a big difference to my buy-in price, and safety first.
I do take the point about how it takes time for low prices to drive out unprofitable production. However, I still wonder if the current market malaise isn't caused by over-production, as such, but by the release into the market of Russia / NorNickel's strategic reserves of PGMs. Certainly, Russia is selling gold. I know it still looks calm on the surface, but underneath Russia's economy is in turmoil. Most Russians I know, (which includes some "players"), believe defeat in Ukraine is all but inevitable and civil war is more likely than not now.
FWIW, I don't agree with the article you posted on LSE about "the death of ICEs". I thought the underlying statistical assumption on which the forward projection was based was absurd (50% growth p.a.!). You might also look at how 2nd hand prices for EVs are crashing in the West (contrasted to ICE vehicles). Most owners come to regret buying EVs, and the "green" argument for them is flimsy when analysed closely. The greenest thing we can all do is use our old cars as little as possible, and keep them on the road for as long as possible.
Anyhow, it will be interesting to read Tharisa's own market commentary on PGMs on Thursday as well!

tigerbythetail
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