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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trans-siberian Gold Plc LSE:TSG London Ordinary Share GB0033756866 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -2.37% 103.00 140,793 10:12:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
101.00 105.00 105.50 103.00 105.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 47.59 9.50 6.91 14.5 112
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:25:59 O 2,386 104.00 GBX

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20/10/2020
09:20
Trans-siberian Gold Daily Update: Trans-siberian Gold Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TSG. The last closing price for Trans-siberian Gold was 105.50p.
Trans-siberian Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 78.50p and a 12 week average price of 78.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 110.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 38p.
There are currently 108,597,454 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 190,006 shares. The market capitalisation of Trans-siberian Gold Plc is £111,855,377.62.
07/10/2020
21:37
klosters65: What tends to happen to the share price after the ex divi date?
02/10/2020
13:46
mattjos: Results statements dont get much better than this: "-- Interim dividend of $7 million resulting in payment of $0.08 per share (H1 2019: $2.0 million resulting in payment of $0.023 per share) -- Largest single dividend payment made to date in the Company's history; total capital returned to shareholders $40m Current Trading & Outlook -- Operational performance in Q3 2020 has been in line with Q2 2020 during which it produced 11,419 oz. of gold with an average feed grade of 7.57 g/t. -- Gold prices have remained very favourable with an all-time record spot price of $2,067.15 recorded on 6 August 2020 -- Strong cash generation expected and positive future prospects for the Company -- TSG expects to publish operational results for Q3 in October 2020 -- Upgraded dividend guidance for the full year to be announced shortly -- Firmly on track to achieve full year production guidance of 38,000-42,000 oz. Alexander Dorogov, CEO of TSG, commented: "I am pleased to announce our interim results for the first half of 2020. This year was to be, and has been, a year of transition from the Main Zone to the East Zone of the Asacha Gold Mine. As anticipated and in line with our mining plan, we have mined lower grades in the first half of this year. However, we successfully adjusted for this during the second quarter, when we began to process high-grade ore from Vein 25 North. Lower volumes produced sold at higher gold prices has enabled us to report H1 revenues largely in line with last year's record first-half results. Work continues to progress with the development of this promising ore-body. Our business has structurally improved as we mine a higher grade deposit and generate attractive free cash flows from our operations. We are pleased to declare our largest single dividend payment ever and maintain our objective of delivering attractive returns to shareholders. Furthermore, we have made solid explorational progress during the period, completing our 25,000 metre drilling programme at the Asacha licence area. We look forward to reporting the results of drilling at Vein 25 and the other highly prospective exploration targets at the Asacha Gold Mine." $0.08c = £0.0615 on current exchange rates. That's over a 6% Yield for the Interim Dividend and looks very much like they are guiding more to come in Q's 3 & 4. With gold back over $1,900 & plenty of near-term reasons for it to trend higher in Q4 this year & Q1 next year, this looks ridiculously cheap at £1.02 to buy
29/9/2020
07:28
avsome1968: inancial Highlights -- H1 2020 revenue generation of $29.9 million, in line with 2019 (H1 2019: $30 million) -- EBITDA $13.3 million (H1 2019: $14.4 million) -- Adjusted EBITDA of $15.4 million (H1 2019: $14.4 million) stripping out exceptional expenses and non-cash items -- Profit before tax $3.3 million (H1 2019: $8.5 million) -- Interim dividend of $7 million resulting in payment of $0.08 per share (H1 2019: $2.0 million resulting in payment of $0.023 per share) -- Largest single dividend payment made to date in the Company's history; total capital returned to shareholders $40m -- 28.6% reduction of debt to $19.5 million (H1 2019: $27.3m) -- Low leverage with Net Debt / EBITDA ratio of 0.36 at 30 June 2020 -- High liquidity with cash on hand and undrawn $9 million revolving credit line Operational Highlights -- Gold dore production 18,278 oz. (H1 2019: 21,889 oz.) -- Silver in dore production 47,466 oz. (H1 2019: 59,787 oz.) -- Refined gold production 17,149 oz. (H1 2019: 23,155 oz.) -- Average gold grade 6.4g/t (H1 2019: 8.6g/t) -- Average selling price for gold $1,691/oz. (H1 2019: $1,312/oz.) -- Total Cash Cost per oz. gold $941/oz. (H1 2019: $672/oz.) -- AISC per oz. gold $1,021/oz. (H1 2019: $850/oz.) -- 25,000 metres of drilling successfully completed at Asacha licence area -- Comprehensive protective and sanitary measures in place to protect employees and ensure limited operational impact of COVID-19 Current Trading & Outlook -- Operational performance in Q3 2020 has been in line with Q2 2020 during which it produced 11,419 oz. of gold with an average feed grade of 7.57 g/t. -- Gold prices have remained very favourable with an all-time record spot price of $2,067.15 recorded on 6 August 2020 -- Strong cash generation expected and positive future prospects for the Company -- TSG expects to publish operational results for Q3 in October 2020 -- Upgraded dividend guidance for the full year to be announced shortly -- Firmly on track to achieve full year production guidance of 38,000-42,000 oz. Alexander Dorogov, CEO of TSG, commented: "I am pleased to announce our interim results for the first half of 2020. This year was to be, and has been, a year of transition from the Main Zone to the East Zone of the Asacha Gold Mine. As anticipated and in line with our mining plan, we have mined lower grades in the first half of this year. However, we successfully adjusted for this during the second quarter, when we began to process high-grade ore from Vein 25 North. Lower volumes produced sold at higher gold prices has enabled us to report H1 revenues largely in line with last year's record first-half results. Work continues to progress with the development of this promising ore-body. Our business has structurally improved as we mine a higher grade deposit and generate attractive free cash flows from our operations. We are pleased to declare our largest single dividend payment ever and maintain our objective of delivering attractive returns to shareholders. Furthermore, we have made solid explorational progress during the period, completing our 25,000 metre drilling programme at the Asacha licence area. We look forward to reporting the results of drilling at Vein 25 and the other highly prospective exploration targets at the Asacha Gold Mine. TSG is proud of its significant contribution to the regional economy of Kamchatka and the substantial number of people we employ locally. The spread of COVID-19 continues to pose a great challenge to us all. We continue to prioritise the health and safety of our people and the local communities above all. We look forward to the future with confidence ".
19/9/2020
09:25
fozzie: UFG, the major holder here, are always selling hence the restricted price. Looking at the share price you'd think they had stopped operations for a month or issued a profit warning. UFG just have so many shares here that their selling will always be a drag on the price.
17/9/2020
11:46
fozzie: Yet more selling by the largest shareholder UFG no doubt. Very very disappointing to see the share price languishing here in the current environment. Good Q3 numbers will inevitably give them yet another opportunity to sell into strength. I will do likewise as my capital is much better served elsewhere and I feel their continued selling will always hold the share price back.
05/8/2020
19:29
corrientes: In fairness, apart from the mega gold companies, you might be forgiven for thinking that the metals frenzy was having no significant eye catching effect on UK miners when it is obvious that quite a few of the medium sized companies should be showing considerably higher share prices, if you look at the effect of a much increased gold price on future profits. They can't all be pricing in concerns about poor production results some time in the future. Many moons ago, I used to think that there was a conspiracy to stop the public ever buying anything gold related, because it would have a detrimental effect on fiat currency, its deadly enemy, and the MM's had been instructed to supress any enthusiasm for gold. LOL. My personal bet is that when the financial press start to make a big thing about that 'barbaric relic from the past' and these younger writers probably have had little or no experience of the metal (it doesn't have a yield, it's so old fashioned, bit coin is the way to go etc etc.), then at that point you'll see the sluice gates open. Historically, if you're looking at seasonality, September is a good bet when this might happen for international reasons. Good explorers would also come into their own instead of investors being overtly concerned about production not starting almost immediately, so having to contend with huge share price discounts Until then, impatience is the biggest enemy, believing that if it can't happen now with the present gold price, it can never happen. A good time to stock up though. IMO. I'd be interested to know other people's opinions.
21/5/2020
12:35
book5: I don't think the share price has discounted yet good results. So bad results should Leave the share in similar price, good results will in the other hand raise the sp I would like to see share price up in anticipation of results, so far trend is good
30/4/2020
12:12
redtrend: This calendar year 2020 it's a high yes for the share price, but it was only back in Sept 2019 TSG was £1.29, when gold was only $1,500. Guess 2 negatives have occurred since then: 1) COVID-19, even if not yet impacting TSG remote Kamchatka mine operations, it no doubt hits sentiment overall. 2) Asacha operating mine reserves revision down from 553k to 313k (which is still circa 5-6yrs LoM in any event). However we have had many positives which more than outweigh the above in my opinion that should mean we get back to £1.30 levels: 1) Gold price now $1,700. If it can sustain this, that is $8m more earnings compared to if you forecast in Sept 2019 when gold was at $1,500. This should more than offset any COVID-19 concerns. 2) Recent extremely successful Asacha mine exploration campaign (continuing through in 2020 - not just results released in Apr, but successful 2019 results released in Jan-2020 too), showing that the reserves and LoM will no doubt be increased in time back to 500K Oz+ 3) Rodnikova Resource news in Feb-2020 (50km north of Asacha): released JORC compliant +1Moz at 5.3 g/t Au and 7.4Moz Ag. Scoping study due Q2 2020. 4) Being such a remote mine, fuel costs no doubt form large part of TSG's AISC (2020 guidance was $900 - 1,000). Post guidance, TSG released news that the collapse in oil prices and depreciation of Russian rouble will no doubt improve their AISC. I'm on the fence now with regard to whether they will pay a special div over and above the usual $3m dividend that they have all but confirmed will be paid. I thought they may with gold price at these levels, but with the extensive drilling campaign + my hope of fast tracking Rodnikova wherever possible post scoping study, be good to fund any expansion primarily through cashflow. The April Presentation & 1 pager Factsheet on the TSG website are good quick sources of info
30/3/2020
23:07
avsome1968: Mining Gold & silver Alastair Ford 11:39 Thu 26 Mar 2020 Follow Alastair on: Investor deep dive Equities offer far greater leverage in a rising gold market, and share prices are already on the move Gold has been the traditional safe haven throughout the ages The gold price has hit record highs in several currencies in recent days, including the British pound, Canadian dollar, South African rand, and Australian dollar. It’s also recovered much of the ground lost in US dollar terms when investors sold heavily to cover losses elsewhere in the market. That selling is now abating, and the buyers are coming in for gold again, seeking the traditional safe haven. That means that the companies that find and produce the gold are set to benefit too, a process which is already getting underway. For those that are able to continue production and development work – and at this stage there are many – a high gold price combined with ongoing low fuel prices means that the opportunities for wider margins are considerable. Among those companies who’ve already made this explicit is Ariana Resources PLC (LON:AAU), which said on 19 March that while precautionary measures have been taken against the spread of coronavirus at its operations, no disruption to production from its Kiziltepe mine is expected. Trans-Siberian Gold (LON:TSG) was also earl off the mark, issuing a release on 20 March that spurred a 25% increase in the company’s share price, as it pointed out the significant drop in input costs. Other companies that have followed include Resolute Mining Ltd (LON:RSG)(ASX:RSG) , which on 26 March stated that it’s continuing with production at its African projects; Anglo Asian Mining PLC (LON:AAZ), which stated that production at its mines in Azerbaijan is continuing; Caledonia Mining Corporation PLC (NYSEAMERICAN:CMCL)(LON:CMCL)(TSE:CAL), which said that production at the Blanket mine in Zimbabwe remains on track. Among the explorers and developers, many companies remain in operation, most notably Greatland Gold (LON:GGP), which has seen significant interest in its shares in recent days, as investors buy into the potential for a major re-rating if Newcrest takes an early development decision there. Gold above US$1,600 and set to head higher certainly can’t hurt that decision-making process. Other companies likely to benefit from a prolonged period of gold price strength include Baker Steel Resources Investment Trust (LON:BSRT), which has significant gold investments in Russia, Africa and Asia, and Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd (LON:CGH), which has production in Armenia and development projects in Central Asia. But why is it worth looking at these companies, rather than just taking a speculative position in a gold ETF? The answer is that the leverage to the upside is greater, albeit that the risk is too. With a gold ETF you don’t get the benefits to margin of lower oil prices and higher gold prices – all you get are the daily moves in the price itself. Thus, a rise in the gold price such as we’ve seen in the past couple of weeks, as gold moved from below US$1,500 to above US$1,600 amounts to a rise of slightly less than 7%. On the other hand though, the Trans-Siberian gold share price rose more than 25% on its margin-based announcement, and the price could go still higher as investors start to come back to gold equities. Greatland Gold’s share price has also jumped by more than 20% over the past few days, albeit that they are down on where they were in February before the coronavirus infected markets. Meanwhile, at the larger end of the market, shares in precious metals producer Polymetal (LON:POLY), currently worth well over £5bn, have jumped by 33% since a six-month low of 1,039p was hit on 19 March. That’s a stunning jump for a company so large, but it’s by no means unique. The US$48bn Barrick Gold (NYSE:GOLD)(TSE:ABX) has enjoyed a 25% jump in its share price since six month lows hit a week ago. That kind of action just doesn’t happen on the gold market itself, however wild the commodities markets are at the moment. And it means that those on the lookout for big gains will always still look to the gold equity markets
16/2/2020
10:53
brasso3: From Chips thread:- chipperfrd16 Feb '20 - 10:17 - 7942 of 7943 0 0 0 Mike, Here is TSG: Company ...... Trans-Siberia EPIC ......... TSG Graham Ratio . 0.54 ... MC$m . Debt$m . Cash$m ... Ev$m . FR . FCF$m . Z-Score ...... CR .. Gearing ..... 79 ..... 27 ..... 18 ..... 89 . 6m ..... 3 ..... 2.9 ..... 0.7 ...... 11% Year .............. .... 2014 .... 2015 .... 2016 .... 2017 .... 2018 .... 2019 Gold Sold(koz) .... ...... 37 ...... 38 ...... 36 ...... 34 ...... 46 ...... 22 AISC .............. ..... 824 ..... 522 ..... 499 ..... 553 ... 1,049 ..... 850 Div Yield ......... .... 0.0% .... 0.0% .... 9.5% .... 7.0% .... 7.0% .... 8.0% FCF ............... ... 16.6% ... 24.4% ... 21.2% .. -10.2% ... 14.5% ... 11.3% NPAT Margin ....... ... -0.3% ... 11.9% ... 14.1% .... 5.8% ... 20.8% ... 20.4% Debt/Equity ....... ... 23.8% .... 9.7% .... 4.6% ... 15.8% .... 8.5% ... 12.4% Debt/EBITDA ....... .. 124.1% ... 45.3% ... 18.0% .. 101.0% ... 26.3% ... 67.2% ROE ............... ... -0.2% .... 6.7% .... 8.1% .... 3.2% ... 14.3% .... 7.9% ROCE .............. .... 1.3% .... 6.8% .... 9.5% .... 3.1% ... 16.1% .... 8.2% MAGIC formula ..... .... 5.1% ... 33.3% ... 23.5% .... 7.4% ... 47.6% ... 19.6% EBIT/Ev ........... .... 3.8% ... 26.4% ... 14.0% .... 4.3% ... 31.5% ... 11.3% P/E ............... . -121.6 ..... 3.3 ..... 9.1 ..... 9.0 .... 18.5 ..... 6.5 Price/Book (PBV) .. ..... 0.2 ..... 0.2 ..... 0.7 ..... 0.7 ..... 0.5 ..... 1.0 Price/Sales (PSR) . ..... 0.3 ..... 0.4 ..... 1.3 ..... 1.3 ..... 0.8 ..... 1.3 Ev/EBITDA ......... ..... 2.3 ..... 1.5 ..... 3.1 ..... 5.7 ..... 1.9 ..... 3.1 Price/Cashflow .... ..... 1.4 ..... 1.2 ..... 3.1 ..... 5.6 ..... 1.8 ..... 3.8 Notes Graham No. is an estimate of target share price The Ratio is Current SP/Graham No. Ev is the Enterprise Value. It is MktCap+Debt-Cash FCF is Free Cash Flow (ie OPCF - Investment outlays) Z-Score is a measure of solvency risk. A figure below 1.8 is considered risky. Cash Ratio (CR) is Current Cash/Current Liabilities. Gearing is Debt to Equity (ie Net Debt/(Net Debt+Equity). -ve num = net cash. NPAT Margin is bottom line Profit after Tax compared to Revenue. EBITDA is Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation & Amortisation. Magic formula is Earnings Yield + ROCE EBIT is Earnings before Interest & Tax. Price/Cashflow is current MktCap/Operational Cash Generated. ROE is Return on Equity ROCE is Return on Capital Expended Average Ratios in sector FCF = 0.7% Margin = 6.0% Debt/Equity = 6.9% Debt/EBITDA = 110% ROE = 2.2% ROCE = 2.7% Magic = 5.4% EBIT/Ev = 2.4% P/E = 13.5 PBV = 1.5 PSR = 2.3 Ev/EBITDA = 7.4 PCF = 8.4 AISC = 988 Financials are from last June and only 1H gold sold is shown. 2H should have been better due to gold price - as for most goldies of course! Debt ok, Costs good, Dividend excellent, FCF% better than most, good margin, ROE and ROCE are fine compared to most, hence Magic formula better than sector, low P/E, PBV, PSR, Ev/EBITDA and PCF are low compared to average - hence it scores 3rd in my under-valued table. As mentioned above, it has had to restate it's resources downwards - so share price suffered. Chip
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