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LUCAPA DIAMOND COMPANY LIMITEDLOMMaterials

LOM Company Information

Name:

Lucapa Diamond Company Limited

Sector:

Basic Materials

Industry:

Other Precious Metals & Mining

GIC Industry:

Metals & Mining

GIC Sub Industry:

Precious Metals & Minerals

Address:

34 Bagot Road Subiaco WA Australia 6008

Phone:

61 8 9381 5995

Full Time Employees:

678

CEO, MD & Director:

Mr. Stephen Lee Wetherall

COO & Exec. Director:

Mr. Nicholas Mark Selby

Group Fin. Mang.:

Mr. Johan van Wyk

Chief Technical Officer:

Mr. Neil Richard Kaner

Divisional Chief Exec. Officer of Logistics:

Mr. Mike Froy

Company Sec.:

Mr. Mark Andrew Clements B.Com., F.C.A., M.A.I.C.D., B.Com, FCA, MAICD

Chief Exec. Officer of Lonrho Agribusiness:

Mr. Ben Ward

Company Overview:

Lucapa Diamond Company Limited, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the exploration, evaluation, development, and mining of diamond projects in Angola, Lesotho, Botswana, and Australia. It primarily operates Lulo Alluvial mine in Angola and the Mothae Kimberlite mine in Lesotho. The company was formerly known as Lonrho Mining Limited and changed its name to Lucapa Diamond Company Limited in October 2012. Lucapa Diamond Company Limited was incorporated in 2004 and is based in Subiaco, Australia.

LOM Share Price Information

Shares Issued:

833.18M

Market Capitalisation:

$47.49M

Revenue (TTM):

$4.61M

Revenue Per Share (TTM):

$0.01

Earnings per Share:

$-0.004

Profit Margin:

-2.1115

Operating Margin (TTM):

$-0.91

Return On Assets (TTM):

$-0.03

Return On Equity (TTM):

$-0.14

Quarterly Revenue Growth (YOY):

-0.951

Gross Profit(TTM):

$-2,208,000

Diluted Earnings Per Share (TTM):

$-0.02

LOM CashFlow Statement

CashFlow Date:

2020-12-31

Investments:

$-1,091,924.18

Change To Liabilities:

$344K

Total Cashflow From Investing Activities:

$-841,000

Net Borrowings:

$-2,280,000

Net Income:

$-9,738,000

Total Cash From Operating Activities:

$-6,722,000

Depreciation:

$2.92M

Change To Inventory:

$-2,944,000

Change To Account Receivables:

$369K

Sale Purchase Of Stock:

$12.82M

Capital Expenditures:

$841K

LOM Income Statement

Income Date:

2020-12-31

Income Before Tax:

$-9,719,000

Net Income:

$-9,738,000

Gross Profit:

$-2,208,000

Operating Income:

$-5,729,000

Other Operating Expenses:

$69K

Interest Expense:

$1.61M

Income Tax Expense:

$19K

Total Revenue:

$4.61M

Cost Of Revenue:

$6.82M

LOM Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet Date:

2020-12-31

Total Liabilities:

$29.80M

Total Stockholder Equity:

$70.29M

Other Current Liabilities:

$1.13M

Total Assets:

$100.09M

Common Stock:

$129.72M

Retained Earnings:

$-54,327,000

Other Liabilities:

$1.15M

Other Assets:

$22.74M

Cash:

$5.37M

Total Current Liabilities:

$8.98M

Property - Plant & Equipment:

$62.04M

Net Tangible Assets:

$70.29M

Long-Term Investments:

$5.81M

Total Current Assets:

$10.84M

Long-Term Debt:

$17.33M

Net Receivables:

$1.01M

Short-Term Investments:

$115.88M

Inventory:

$4.97M

Accounts Payable:

$1.47M

Non Currrent Assets (Other):

$29.52M

Short-Term Investments:

$115.88

Non Current Liabilities Total:

$27.03M

LOM Share Price History

LOM News

12 Aug, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic upended the global diamond industry, shuttering mines from Lesotho to Canada and disrupting supply chains, Rajen Patel swapped diamond polishing for peanut farming. With temporary mine closures at risk of becoming permanent, diamond miners are seeking ways to extract more value from their stones. The lone bright spot has been steady demand for large, high-quality diamonds from affluent investors, according to financiers and sales data.
* Global diamond supply chains convulsed by pandemic * Diamond polishers in India switch to farming * Miners seek new supply deals to boost margins * Mines from Canada to Lesotho still shuttered By Helen Reid, Tanisha Heiberg and Rajendra Jadhav JOHANNESBURG/MUMBAI, Aug 12 - As the coronavirus pandemic upended the global diamond industry, shuttering mines from Lesotho to Canada and disrupting supply chains, Rajen Patel swapped diamond polishing for peanut farming. Patel, who worked for a decade in India's Surat where about 80% of the world's diamonds are polished, joined the exodus of gem workers leaving the city as cases of the virus shot up.