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|Day's Range||19.75 - 20.07|
|52 Week Range||13.34 - 21.78|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||-0.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jan 25, 2009|
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Violence in Africa's Sahel region has driven mining exploration companies to put projects on hold, with knock-on effects for an industry struggling to expand and for fragile local economies. Islamist groups have been pushing south from strongholds in northern Mali and carried out attacks across much of Burkina Faso and parts of western Niger. As security costs have risen, mining companies that explore for mineral deposits have shut down projects in the most dangerous areas.
West Africa-focused gold miner Endeavour Mining is not looking for other potential acquisitions after its failed offer for Centamin, CEO Sebastien de Montessus said on Wednesday. Endeavour abandoned its 1.5 billion pound ($1.9 billion) pursuit of Centamin in January, citing a lack of information on the company, while Centamin said the offer was too low. De Montessus said talks with Centamin had gone completely cold and the process was finished.
Burkina Faso's gold production probably fell slightly last year due partly to security problems and attacks targeting industrial miners, the country's mines minister said on Tuesday. Oumarou Idani told Reuters that he expected the West African country's gold production to total 50 tonnes in 2019, down from 53 tonnes in 2018. Burkina Faso has been battling a rising insurgency which has killed 1,000 people since 2016 and driven nearly 500,000 from their homes.
ENDEAVOUR REPORTS Q4-2019 PRELIMINARY RESULTS AND 2020 GUIDANCE 2019 production up 6% over 2018 · Net Debt reduced by $129m in H2-2019 · Strong growth expected for 2020.
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The new "put up or shut up" deadline for Endeavour to make an offer or walk away has been set for Jan. 14 by the UK takeover panel on Centamin's request. Endeavour had urged Centamin to seek an extension till Jan. 31, saying the original Dec. 31 deadline did not give it sufficient time to study Centamin's assets. VanEck International Investors, which has the third-biggest stake in Endeavour and the second-biggest in Centamin, had earlier urged Centamin to seek extension on the takeover offer date.
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Endeavour on Thursday said it had insufficient time before the current "put up or shut up" deadline of Dec. 31 to study Centamin's assets and urged the company to ask a British takeover panel for an extension to Jan. 31, 2020. Endeavour said it would only proceed if it can complete due diligence, including technical analysis and site visits. VanEck is the third- and second-biggest shareholder of Endeavour and Centamin, respectively, according to Refinitiv.
THIS IS AN ANNOUNCEMENT OF A POSSIBLE OFFER PURSUANT TO RULE 2.4 OF THE CITY CODE ON TAKEOVERS AND MERGERS (THE “CODE”). From its first, private approach to Centamin on November 11, 2019, Endeavour sought constructive engagement with the Centamin Board in respect of a potential combination, but this was not forthcoming. As a result, the only course of action open to Endeavour was to communicate directly with Centamin’s shareholders.
THIS IS AN ANNOUNCEMENT OF A POSSIBLE OFFER PURSUANT TO RULE 2.4 OF THE CITY CODE ON TAKEOVERS AND MERGERS (THE “CODE”). The objective of the due diligence exercise would be to allow both companies to further understand each other’s assets and would be a critical precursor to allowing the parties to determine whether the financial terms of a transaction could be agreed that was in the best interests of both companies’ shareholders.
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Egypt said on Wednesday it welcomed Endeavour Mining's bid to takeover Centamin Plc , saying it would encourage foreign investment in the country's mining industry. Centamin rebuffed the 1.47 billion pound ($1.9 billion) all-stock takeover proposal on Tuesday, saying it did not offer enough value to Centamin shareholders. Centamin's assets include Egypt's Sukari mine and Cleopatra project, as well as exploration projects in West Africa.