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New article up.

Evolution Continues Expansion with Kundana Deal

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Half yearly looks good,
Net profit up 55%
Net cash boomed to 419 mill (from 190 mill last quarter).
Debt reduced to 525 mill , so net debt down to 86 mill.
7 CPS dividend giving 5% gross yield.
And a 49% increase in ore reserves.
And I'll take that too.
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post Posted: Feb 17 2021, 08:32 AM
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Half yearly looks good,
Net profit up 55%
Net cash boomed to 419 mill (from 190 mill last quarter).
Debt reduced to 525 mill , so net debt down to 86 mill.
7 CPS dividend giving 5% gross yield.
And I'll take that too.
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mullokintyre
post Posted: Jan 27 2021, 09:06 AM
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Quarterly results out today look good.
Increase in production, decrease in production costs, increase in free cash.
Can't ask for much more than that.
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post Posted: Oct 12 2020, 09:10 AM
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Aug 13 2020, 10:19 AM

First Quarters results ahead of forecast, so things looking rosy.
Generating some serious cash flow here.
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post Posted: Aug 13 2020, 10:19 AM
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EVN put out another solid return today.
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Statutory net profit after tax increased 38% to a record A$301.6 million (FY19: A$218.2 million)
▪ Underlying net profit after tax increased 86% to a record A$405.4 million (FY19: A$218.2 million)
▪ EBITDA increased 41% to a record A$1,029.4 million (FY19: A$730.3 million)
▪ Gold production of 746,463 ounces (FY19: 753,001 ounces)
▪ AISC1 of A$1,043 per ounce (US$700/oz)2 – among the lowest cost gold producers in the world
▪ Operating mine cash flow increased 45% to a record A$1,121.4 million (FY19: A$771.5 million)
▪ Net mine cash flow increased 48% to a record A$736.0 million (FY19: A$497.8 million)
▪ Group free cash flow increased 86% to a record A$541.8 million (FY19: A$291.6 million)
▪ Net bank debt of A$197.4 million at 30 June 2020 (cash A$372.6 million; bank debt A$570.0 million)
Final fully franked dividend of 9 cents per share declared, based on Evolution’s dividend policy of a
payout ratio targeting 50% of free cash flow, resulting in a distribution to shareholders of A$153.4 milli



And its only going to get better according to forecasts (can we trust them??)/
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Group gold production and cost outlook:
▪ FY21: 670,000 – 730,000 ounces at an AISC of A$1,240 – A$1,300 per ounce
▪ FY22: 700,000 – 770,000 ounces at an AISC of A$1,220 – A$1,280 per ounce
▪ FY23: 790,000 – 850,000 ounces at an AISC of A$1,125 – A$1,185 per ounce


I suspect my other goldies (RMS, SBM, ALK) will have similar positive results.

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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Jul 8 2020, 10:34 AM

And right on Cue it ticked above the 6.32 all time high.
Seems that in this market, all is forgiven pretty quickly.
Unless of course you are DCN.
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Jun 20 2020, 04:49 PM

The cut in Production was first announced back in ste start on January, so I guess the market was already aware of it.
At the time, sharecafe wrote about it HERE


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2020 is looking like being a year to forget for gold miner Evolution even as gold prices have started the year strongly and the Aussie dollar has again faded back well under 70 US cents.

The company ended 2019 with its financial position strong with solid cash flows and no debt.

But thanks to unexpected problems at its Mt Carlton site in Queensland, Evolution looks like being unable to fully exploit the higher gold prices – thanks to rising tensions in the Middle East and Donald Trump’s various brawls with Iran; China – over trade and his impeachment problem.

Thanks to the discovery that its orebodies at Mount Carlton narrower than first estimated, meaning expected profit will be down by up to 27%, leading to a 40% surge in costs per ounce.

The Mt Carlton mine had been forecast to produce 95,000 to 105,000 ounces in the year to June 30, but in an update to the market on Friday, Evolution it had cut forecast output by 27 percent to between 70,000 and 75,000 ounces for the full year.

That means Evolution’s group gold production for 2019-29 will fall short of previous estimates.

At the time, the Sp fell 6% to 3.58.
It would seem that the market has sort of forgotten.
As of today, the SP is now back above 6 handle o 6.19 and approaching all time high of 6.32.
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Evolution Mining dropped 4.6 per cent to $5.25 over the week.


On Friday, Evolution downgraded its full year production guidance, with production from its Mount Carlton mine set to disappoint. The gold miner will also take a $75 million to $100 million writedown on the carrying value of Mount Carlton.



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