Going for gold and staying in the red
2018 was a year to forget for the company. With mining operations centred near Omagh, Northern Ireland, the firm reported a loss of C$2.89 million for 2018, deepening from C$2.08 million on-year.
In its concluding audit statement for Q4 2018, Galantas noted,
“We draw your attention to Note 1 in the consolidated financial statements, which indicates that the Company had a deficit of $41,752,739 and incurred a comprehensive loss of $2,591,630 during the year ended December 31, 2018. As stated in Note 1, these events or conditions, along with other matter as set forth in Note 1, indicate that a significant uncertainty exists that may cast significant doubt on the Company’s ability to continue as a going concern. Our opinion is not modified in respect of this matter.”
Costs suppress revenue hike
While the company’s revenue was more than twice the 2017 figure of C$0.035 million, at C0.071 million, its deeper losses in 2018 were attributed to asset appreciation ahead of expectations, with this coming to a total of £0.359 million for the 2018 financial year, up 0.156 million on-year.
Galantas as portfolio candidate
The company has temporarily disabled its shares, with the most recent trading rate of 4.75p per share. The company’s cash balances as of the end of Q4 2018 stood at C$6.19 million, in contrast with C$0.780 million the year before.