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05Dec16 07:09 RNS Amur Zoloto Transaction Update
02Dec16 02:23 RNS Notice of IRC Announcement
01Dec16 10:13 RNS Notice of IRC Announcement
30Nov16 07:04 RNS Refinancing Approval
29Nov16 11:16 RNS Management Changes
28Nov16 07:00 RNS Impact Assessment of Adverse Weather
22Nov16 02:18 RNS Notice of IRC Announcement
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Valuation update

  • 19 Jul 16

Updated earnings and valuation take into account latest quarterly production report and adjustments to gold prices and USDRUB exchange rate; 2016 gold production revised to 437koz v 463koz estimated previously on weaker than expected H1/16 (240.2koz reported v 213.3koz estimated) driven by a shortfall in Pioneer production (67.7koz reported v 90.3 estimated) on weaker grades and heavy rains affecting mining operations; TCC raised to $751/oz v $715/oz estimated previously and $700/oz guided by the Company on weaker production and a less aggressive depreciation in the USDRUB; On AISC basis which include changes in capitalised deferred stripping costs, operations are forecast to average $843/oz v $795/oz generating $195m in EBITDA (2015: $173m) and $79m in FCF (excl $20m in disposal proceeds) (2015: $78m). Net Debt to come down to $511m by YE16 v $535m guided by the Company (assuming $35m in POX capex covered by GMD Gold) with the difference partly attributed to a higher gold price assumed ($1,240/oz v $,1200/oz assumed by Co); We bring a recovery in gold price forecasts forwards on increased demand for safe haven asset amid rising financial and geopolitical risks and downward pressures in other assets classes yields (2016/17: $1,262/1,300 v $1,196/1250 forecast before); A revised valuation of 7.3p per share, up from 6.7p, reflects an increase in gold price assumptions as well as gains in market value of 36% interest in IRC softening the effects of a fall in production and a stronger USDRUB.