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CRN, CORONADO GLOBAL RESOURCES
blacksheep
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In Reply To: Marana's post @ Aug 5 2019, 04:03 PM

Some interesting points made in this AFR article today - something to keep an eye on

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When you’re facing a potential downturn in the metallurgical coal market, as we currently may be, then it becomes even more apparent.”

It comes as Coronado unveiled a bumper profit, warned of short-term bumps from the China-US trade war and flagged a potential early selldown of some stock by a major investor.


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The accounts stated that overall costs improved, but it was mixed across each of Coronado’s mines. The also revealed that Coronado faces a potential $2.3 million a year hit if an appeal against a Queensland Supreme Court judgment launched by rail operator Aurizon fails


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However, he was also keeping his eyes on Europe and the US-China trade wars. About 10 per cent of Coronado’s coal goes from Virginia to China and has already been hit with a tariff.

“The trade wars and tariffs will have some impact, depending on how it goes,” Mr Spindler said.


https://www.afr.com/companies/mining/corona...20190805-p52e0p



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Marana
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Last annual report says:

We expect to further demonstrate this in the
future by delivering on our commitment to pay
out 100% of free cash flow for the period to
31 December 2019.


Today's report forecast US$326.6M EBITDA for the 2nd half, which is US$158M NPAT or, at 68 cents exchange rate, AUD$0.24 EPS.

At current $3.20 share price, the annualised PE ratio for next half is 6.7.



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Marana
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Market is selling it off, despite at $3.50:

* Annualised PE ratio of 5.4

* Annualised dividend yield of 13.4% before tax (US$0.112 cents fully franked)

* Capital return of AUS$0.44 cents

Company has forecast US$327M EBITDA for 2nd half due to softer coal prices compared to US$405M last half.

Some escrow shares are being early released prior to ex-dividend but the impression is they are looking for insto buyer



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Took my eye off this one. Well done


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Reported a big profit today with big dividend and big capital return.



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Have transferred these posts below from IPO thread as it is now trading and will be interesting to follow its progress
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Looks like those initial concerns (below) were justified - CRN shares debuted at $3.80, 5% below the issue price of $4.00, fell as low as $3.66 and are currently trading @ $2.90.

Goldman Sachs - one of the joint lead managers in the IPO - recently released a research note and gave a $3.60 12 month target price

CLSA put a sell on CRN, along with a target of $2.40

Top 20 holders as at 26/10/2018 Composition : CDIs
Rank Name CDI equivalents %
1 CORONADO GROUP LLC 80.0% 773,081,036
2 HSBC CUSTODY NOMINEES (AUSTRALIA) LIMITED-GSCO ECA 38,998,824 4.0%
3 HSBC CUSTODY NOMINEES (AUSTRALIA) LIMITED 37,156,489 3.8%
4 MORGAN STANLEY AUSTRALIA SECURITIES (NOMINEE) PTY LIMITED <NO 1 ACCOUNT> 20,145,402 2.1%
5 BRISPOT NOMINEES PTY LTD <HOUSE HEAD NOMINEE A/C> 13,930,611 1.4%
6 HSBC CUSTODY NOMINEES (AUSTRALIA) LIMITED - A/C 2 11,452,349 1.2%
7 J P MORGAN NOMINEES AUSTRALIA LIMITED 10,630,626 1.1%
8 CITICORP NOMINEES PTY LIMITED 8,278,091 0.9%
9 MERRILL LYNCH (AUSTRALIA) NOMINEES PTY LIMITED 7,401,500 0.8%
10 CS THIRD NOMINEES PTY LIMITED <HSBC CUST NOM AU LTD 13 A/C> 5,372,364 0.6%
11 NATIONAL NOMINEES LIMITED 1,764,581 0.2%
12 BNP PARIBAS NOMINEES PTY LTD <AGENCY LENDING DRP A/C> 1,721,098 0.2%
13 MERRILL LYNCH (AUSTRALIA) NOMINEES PTY LTD <NOM1 A/C> 1,647,082 0.2%
14 CS FOURTH NOMINEES PTY LIMITED <HSBC CUST NOM AU LTD 11 A/C> 1,231,133 0.1%
15 GURRAVEMBI INVESTMENTS PTY LTD 900,000 0.1%
16 TWYNAM AGRICULTURAL GROUP PTY LTD 750,000 0.1%
17 BERNE NO 132 NOMINEES PTY LTD <599694 A/C> 698,962 0.1%
18 UBS NOMINEES PTY LTD 597,709 0.1%
19 MR THOMAS FRITZ ENSMANN 500,000 0.1%
20 GOLDMAN SACHS AUSTRALIA & NOMINEE HOLDINGS PTY LTD <ACCUMULATION ENTREPOT A/C> 451,767 0.0%
Top 20 936,709,624 97.1%
Outside Top 20 29,807,296 2.9%
Total 966,516,920 100.0%

IPO Watch – Coronado Global Resources
HUGH DIVE View the contributor's profile page
Atlas Funds Management
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We are generally pretty sceptical about new IPOs (initial public offerings). Occasionally, however, a great IPO comes along, either for a long-term investment or one with a high probability of making a short-term gain on its opening day, so it is always worthwhile to run the ruler over companies about to list on the ASX. In this week’s piece we are going to look at the seven key questions we ask when assessing an IPO and apply them to Coronado Global Resources (ASX: CRN). Coronado’s prospectus was one of the largest that I have ever seen – close to 700 pages – perhaps reflecting what is likely to be the biggest IPO in 2018 with an expected market capitalisation of between $3-4 billion.


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Our take

Using a conservative coal price of around US$150/t, our modelling indicates that Coronado’s free cash flow will drop from around $400M today to around $180M, which would place Coronado on a yield of 5%, i.e. solid but unspectacular. Whilst we are comforted by vendor EMG retaining an 80% holding, we are concerned about buying into a recently put together company trading at peak earnings, especially when the previous owners of major assets that make up Coronado’s portfolio were happy to sell at lower prices. We will be passing up Coronado due to this concern and our inability to predict the metallurgical coal price in the near future. Additionally, with the last line of Ben Graham’s quote from above on IPO’s in mind, given the movement in the coal price over the past few years, it is hard not to take the view that October 2018 may represent a very favourable time for Coronado’s owners to be selling shares to Australian investors.


read more - https://www.livewiremarkets.com/wires/ipo-w...lobal-resources

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