Central Asia Metals Ltd
CAML is a copper producer with SX-EW operations at Kounrad, Kazakhstan and is a zinc and lead producer at the Sasa mine in Macedonia. The Company listed in 2010 and began producing copper in 2012. Kounrad has since produced over 65,000 tonnes of cathode and generated cash of $200m. CAML has now distributed $105m in dividends and share buy backs as well as paying $90m in Kazakh taxes and supporting the local community. The Company recently announced its acquisition of Lynx Resources, owner of the Sasa zinc-lead mine. The acquisition has provided operational, commodity and geographical diversification, while increasing CAML's low cost base metals production by 150% in copper equivalent terms.
Central Asia Metals Ltd Timeline
- Video•November 21 2016Zak Mir sees Central Asia Metals shares rising to 240p in coming months
- Article•April 12 2016Central Asia Metals weathers low copper price to reward shareholders
- Video•April 11 2016Central Asia Metals shows confidence with divi pay-out says chief
- Newswire•April 11 2016Central Asia Metals maintains full year dividend at 12.5p
- Newswire•April 07 2016Central Asia Metals PLC improves copper output at Kounrad
- Article•March 18 2016Investing in mining small caps could pay dividends
- Article•February 09 2016Balance sheet and yield key to Central Asia's market success
- Newswire•January 06 2016UPDATE - Central Asia Metals hits record copper production at Kounrad
- Article•November 23 2015Central Asia gets green light for Kounrad expansion
- Video•October 05 2015Central Asia Metals CEO on Kounrad production and expansion plans
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Central Asia Metals Ltd Timeline
Zak Mir sees Central Asia Metals shares rising to 240p in coming monthsNovember 21 2016
Central Asia Metals (LON:CAML) shares can rise to 240p in the next couple of months, according to technical analyst Zak Mir. “We’ve seen the stock rise from the turn of the year lows, towards 120p, and we’ve nearly doubled,” Mir said in a Tip TV segment for Proactive Investors. He notes that the current price of...
Central Asia Metals shows confidence with divi pay-out says chiefApril 11 2016
Nick Clarke, chief executive of Central Asia Metals Ltd (LON:CAML) says by paying a dividend, the company is showing it has confidence in its “future production, future costs of production and the commodity price going forward”. The company has now paid back more in dividends than it raised in its initial public...
Central Asia Metals CEO on Kounrad production and expansion plansOctober 05 2015
Nick Clarke, chief executive of Central Asia Metals (LON:CAML), says the company is on course to produce 12,000 tonnes of copper this year in total from its plant in Kazakhstan, despite reduced output in the third quarter. An operational incident in June, now rectified, affected output in the three months to end...
Central Asia Metals CEO on strategy and operating amid lower copper pricesApril 30 2015
Nick Clarke, chief executive of Central Asia Metals (LON:CAML), explains the group’s strategy and how it manages to endure the lower copper price environment. ‘Because we have such a low cash cost operation, our margin is still very healthy and in fact we are in the lowest 10% of cash cost producers...
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