|Bid||3,726.00 x 400|
|Ask||3,731.00 x 9400|
|Day's range||3,701.00 - 3,796.00|
|52-week range||3,208.00 - 5,242.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||536.78|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Mar.20 -- Pavel Grachev, chief executive officer at Polyus, discusses the company's position in the gold sector and possible impact from geopolitical risk. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
Private equity-backed cyber security firm Avast is set to price its initial public offering at 250 pence a share, a bookrunner source on the deal said on Wednesday, at the bottom of a 250-270 pence price ...
Private equity-backed cyber security firm Avast reduced the expected price range for its landmark initial public offering to 250-270 pence a share on Wednesday, from an earlier range of 250-320 pence. ...
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Polyus said on Tuesday that the inclusion on a U.S. sanctions list of a member of the family that controls Russia's biggest gold producer would not lead to changes in the way the company conducted its business. Suleiman Kerimov was among several Russian tycoons targeted by a new list of U.S. sanctions.
MOSCOW/LONDON, April 12 (Reuters) - Three Russian tycoons targeted by a new list of U.S. sanctions may have lost a combined $7.5 billion since the list was announced, according to Reuters calculations based on price moves in the listed companies the three co-own. The U.S. Treasury on April 6 announced sanctions on seven Russian oligarchs and 12 companies they own or control, saying they were profiting from a Russian state engaged in "malign activities" around the world. Of the seven oligarchs, three have links to publicly listed companies: Oleg Deripaska, Viktor Vekselberg and Suleiman Kerimov.
Moscow said on Friday it would respond firmly to new U.S. sanctions imposed against Russian businessmen, companies and government officials for what Washington called "malign activity" including alleged meddling in the 2016 U.S. election. "Of course we will not leave this current and any new anti-Russian attack without a harsh answer," Russia's foreign ministry said in a statement. The ministry said no pressure could make Russia change course and that the sanctions would only unite Russian society.
** Goldman Sachs ups EMEA Metals & Mining sector view to "attractive" on bullish gold outlook ** The broker's analysts are bullish on gold for first time in 5 yrs on higher inflation, rising ...
MOSCOW/LONDON (Reuters) - Russia's largest gold producer Polyus (PLZL.MM) said on Tuesday it planned to start selling antimony, targeting up to 15 percent of global output of the metal, and was considering boosting its free float in future. Its decision to start sales of the metal, used primarily to make fire retardants and batteries, coincides with rising prices of antimony (ANT-LON), which is trading in Europe at its highest level since June, around $8,700 (£6,213) a tonne, due to tight Chinese supply. Polyus, controlled by the family of Russian tycoon Suleiman Kerimov, said it will produce the metal at its large Olimpiada gold deposit in Russia which has reserves of high-content antimony ore.
Polyus PJSC is targeting more than just gold to help challenge the “Russian discount” it says is tainting its share price.
Russia's gold production in 2018 is expected to rise by 3 percent to 328 tonnes on higher output from mines, producers' lobby Gold Industrialists' Union said on Tuesday. The estimate includes output from mines, from gold as a by-product of other metals, refined from scrap and gold containing concentrate. Refined gold output from mines rose 7 percent to 271 tonnes and is expected to reach 285 tonnes in 2018, the union said.
Polyus, Russia's largest gold producer, posted a 7 percent increase in 2017 adjusted net profit to $1.02 billion, the company said on Thursday. The gold producer saw rising sales last year and expects to both invest and produce more in 2018, as it aims to ramp up production at its newly-launched Natalka gold deposit in Russia's far east. In the fourth quarter, Polyus saw adjusted net profit of $242 million, down 19 percent quarter-on-quarter.
Polyus, Russia's largest gold producer, on Thursday reported fourth-quarter adjusted earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortisation of $465 million, down 2 percent from the previous ...
Kazakh businessman Kenges Rakishev, who owns just over a fifth of Russian miner Petropavlovsk (LSE: POG.L - news) , said the company should sell its 31.1 percent stake in Hong Kong-listed iron ore company IRC (HKSE: 1029-OL.HK - news) to focus exclusively on gold. Rakishev, who bought a 22 percent stake in Petropavlovsk in December, has said his near-term focus is on bringing back former CEO Pavel Masklovskiy to continue work on a project to boost the company's output. After that, he would seek acquisitions, not just in Russia, but in central Asia, and he said shareholder value would be increased if Petropavlovsk sold its stake in IRC, which has a market capitalisation of around $200 million.
Leading Russian gold producer Polyus said on Friday it would issue $250 million worth of bonds, with the proceeds of the sale mainly going towards refinancing its debt. The offering is for senior unsecured guaranteed convertible bonds with a maturity of January 2021, the company said, adding that it expected them to carry a coupon of between 0.50 and 1.00 percent per annum, paid semi-annually in arrears. The conversion price is expected to be set at a premium of between 30 and 35 percent to the reference price, Polyus said.
Jan 15 (Reuters) - Fosun International Ltd: * TERMINATION OF DISCLOSEABLE TRANSACTION IN RELATION TO THE ACQUISITION OF ORDINARY SHARES OF PUBLIC JOINT STOCK COMPANY POLYUS * UNIT AND SELLER ENTERED INTO ...
LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 20 (Reuters) - Two exploration companies with assets spanning gold in India to zinc in Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) will list their shares on London's Alternative Investment Market (AIM) on Thursday, bringing to 11 the number of mining listings this year as commodities prices recover. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in Panthera Resources, whose prime asset is a gold project in Rajasthan and Erris Resources, which has gold in Sweden and zinc in Ireland, will start trading at 0800 GMT.
Shares of Polyus, Russia's biggest gold producer, were down by 3.2 percent in early trade in Moscow, after Suleiman Kerimov, whose family controls the company, was detained in France this week. Russian ...
Nov 21 (Reuters) - Russia's largest gold producer Polyus says: * Its subsidiary has started a 180,000 metre drilling campaign at its Sukhoi Log deposit, one of the world's largest undeveloped gold deposits ...
Russia's largest gold producer Polyus said on Thursday its third-quarter net profit decreased 5 percent year-on-year to $371 million due to a gain on derivatives and investments in the prior period, as ...
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 26 (Reuters) - Lacklustre performances by small mining companies on the London Stock Exchange (Other OTC: LDNXF - news) are driving rivals in need of cash to find alternative ways to raise capital, either by merging or turning to other markets such as Toronto. Six small miners have listed in London this year, up from two last year, but four of those are now trading below their offer price despite a rally in metals, led by a 27 percent jump in copper and aluminium prices and a 10 percent rise for gold. London hosts the world's biggest mining companies, including Rio Tinto (Hanover: CRA1.HA - news) and BHP Billiton (NYSE: BBL - news) , but the poor performance of newly listed miners and other small miners trading in London is pushing some to change their plans.
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 9 (Reuters) - West African-focused Cora Gold Limited on Monday lists on London's AIM market for small companies to raise 3.45 million pounds ($4.5 million) to fund exploration at its flagship Sanankoro project in Mali. The company, whose shares start trading at 0700 GMT, is the latest in a string of junior miners to launch on the London market this year as the sector slowly recovers from the commodity price crash of 2015-16. CEO Jon Forster said Cora Gold would stand out as an African small-cap exploration and development company.
MOSCOW, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 5 (Reuters) - Russia's En+ Group will launch an initial public share offering in London and Moscow, it said on Thursday, testing investors' appetite for Russian assets three years after Western countries imposed sanctions on Moscow over its role in the Ukraine crisis. The listing of En+, which manages Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska's aluminium and hydropower businesses, will be the first major IPO of a Russian company in London since 2014, when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea region. It will provide a boost to London's IPO pipeline, which has slowed following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
A British explorer for mineral resources in Africa will on Thursday become the first venture of its kind to be listed on London's AIM market for growing companies, its CEO said. "We will be the only listed project-generator business that has a focus on Africa," Steven Poulton, chief executive of Altus Strategies, told Reuters. The aim is to raise 1 million pounds ($1.3 million) for project exploration in Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Morocco and Liberia.