Priargunsk

Priargunsk

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Priargunsk Raion, Chita Oblast, RSFSR. Located near the confluence of the Uruliungui and Argun’ rivers, Priargunsk has a railroad station 595 km southeast of Chita. The Priargunsk Heat and Power Plant, a butter factory, and a brickyard are in the settlement.

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On Friday Mashinostroitelny Plant, Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant and Priargunsk Chemical and Mining Company reported weak 2Q11 RAS financials, which reinforce our negative view on the sector's prospects.
We revised our models for Mashinostroitelny Plant (MASZ - Hold), Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant (NZHK - Hold) and Priargunsk Chemical and Mining Company (PGHO - Sell) to incorporate their recent financial results and market developments.
For the Priargunsk Chemical and Mining Company (PCMC), despite 35% and 43% higher DCF-based target prices for common and preferred shares, they still provide 49% and 47% downsides to the market, as its valuation is negatively affected by a high debt burden, flat production and rising cost of extraction.
For the Priargunsk Chemical and Mining Company (PCMC), despite 35% and 43% higher DCFbased target prices for common and preferred shares, they still provide 49% and 47% downsides to the market, as its valuation is negatively affected by a high debt burden, flat production and rising cost of extraction.
Priargunsk Chemical and Mining Company P&L figures up, but debt remains high
We incorporate our new uranium price forecast for Priargunsk Chemical and Mining Company (PCMC) based on our forecast for the global uranium price trend (and reflecting that the company supplies uranium to Russian nuclear fuel producers at a 23-25% discount).
Buy ratings reiterated for both nuclear fuel producers and SELL for Priargunsk Chemical and Mining Company.
Our less-positive view on Priargunsk Chemical and Mining Company (PGHO- Sell) (Russia's main uranium mining company) is due to: