Central Asia Metals - Update research from QuotedData
17th November 2017
Accretive transaction boosts cash flow and dividend paying capacity
Central Asia Metals (CAML) has transformed itself from a single-asset copper producer to a significantly larger base-metal producer. The acquisition appears to have added a lot of value to the company and has added another low-cost base metal operation. QuotedData's model suggests that this could allow CAML to almost double its earnings per share (EPS), which in turn could allow it to maintain its dividend flow and yield.
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