There has been some strong gold-related share price rises in recent weeks – we recently noting here Bluebird Merchant Ventures and last month’s tip of the month Trans-Siberian Gold is already comfortably up from the then 60p. Shares in Hummingbird Resources (HUM) have also recently been rising... but a current 28p offer price compares to more than 24p reached in January and still below what was reached in February despite gold now comfortably higher and a recent “Q1 2020 Production Results and Operational Update”...
The production is from the Yanfolila gold mine in Mali and the recent update included “30,282 ozs of gold poured in Q1 2020… $875/oz AISC in Q1 2020… 2020 production guidance of 110,000 - 125,000 ozs maintained”. This first quarter performance helped see “liquid assets (cash and gold) of $25m ($14m at end Q4 2019)… Bank debt of US$34m… US$40m at end of Q4 2019”. At 28p, the market cap here is still sub £100 million (approx. $123 million), whilst even 100,000 ounces of production at even a $500 margin equates to $50 million.
It is noted “at 31 March 2019 Yanfolila had a total Resource base (inclusive of Reserves) of 28Mt of Ore @ 2.23 g/t for 2,005,300ozs gold” – and the company also particularly has the Dugbe gold project in Liberia; “resources currently totaling 4.2Moz of gold and a completed NI 43-101 compliant PEA on the project showing a 43% IRR and US$337m NPV at a US$1,500 gold price”. It updates on this that it “continues to explore options in order to progress the exploration and development potential… continues in talks with interested parties, in tandem to conducting internal studies to reflect the recent increases in gold price. These include evaluating options around viability of a heap leach operation” and there’s also “an exploration footprint of ~4,000km2” and some investments, including in fellow AIM listed Cora Gold (CORA).
Risks to operations have recently been added to with COVID-19 – the company noting it has taken additional health & safety action in response and “continue to work closely with the Government of Mali and have donated to its COVID-19 fund, as well as directly supporting the local communities at Yanfolila by funding additional medical staff and equipment”. Though with also exploration also targeting an improved mine plan, the company currently looks well set for a gold price environment which looks set to be very strong given the global macroeconomic picture. We look for this to be further demonstrated in the coming months and with the potential company-specific news flow here too… At a current 28p offer price and up to 33p, targeting 40p+ to sell on the gold situation continuing to strengthen over the coming months, buy.
Filed under: Hummingbird Resources, Anglo African Oil & Gas, Bidstack, Mike Turner, Halfords, Tern
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