Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bema Npv LSE:BAU London Ordinary Share CA08135F1071 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p - - - - - - - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/11/2006
08:35
I anm hearing that there may be an aggressive bid from another canadian gold company at much higher than Kinross
a2584728
07/11/2006
12:14
HOW WILL THIS AFFECT BEMA SHAREHOLDERS? WHAT SORT OF PERCENTAGE GAIN CAN THEY EXPECT AFTER YESTERDAYS ANNOUNCEMENT?
marky4
07/11/2006
07:56
Well done Bema shareholders.
hectorp
07/11/2006
07:52
its all good[hd]:-)) nice
jumbo66
06/11/2006
15:59
All is revealed (Reuter's Canada): Kinross Gold announces acquisition of Bema Gold Mon Nov 6, 2006 10:44 AM EST US$3.1 billion transaction aligns with Kinross' four point strategy, expands reserve base and creates shareholder value TORONTO and VANCOUVER, Nov. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Kinross Gold Corporation ("Kinross") (TSX: K, NYSE: KGC) and Bema Gold Corporation ("Bema") (TSX/NYSE: BGO, AIM: BAU) are pleased to announce that their Boards of Directors have unanimously approved Kinross' acquisition of Bema in a US$3.1 billion transaction to create a US$7.9 billion major gold producer. Highlights Bema shareholders will vote at a meeting, expected to be held in mid-January 2007, to approve the acquisition. Upon successful completion of the transaction, on a pro forma basis Kinross will have the following attributes: - Mineral reserves and resources of 50 million ounces of gold; 80 million ounces of silver and 2.9 billion pounds of copper - Nine mines, in five countries, on three continents, with 4,700 employees globally - Excellent pipeline of major construction and future projects including Paracatu in Brazil, Kupol in Russia and Cerro Casale in Chile - Participation in exploration joint venture to drive new Russian growth opportunities - 2006 estimated production of 1.8 million gold equivalent ounces; growing 56 per cent to approximately 2.8 million ounces in 2009 - Estimated 2009 cost of sales per gold equivalent ounce at Kupol of approximately US$130 will lower an already competitive cost profile - Consolidated ownership of Refugio mine in Chile - Cash of approximately US$350 million - Immediate synergies - Led by Kinross management team "This acquisition will create exceptional value for shareholders," said Tye W. Burt, President and Chief Executive Officer of Kinross. "By combining our assets, operations and expertise, we have dramatically increased our gold reserve and resource base to more than 50 million ounces. We will have a well-balanced gold reserve profile with 39 per cent in Chile, 37 per cent in Brazil, 16 per cent in North America and 8 per cent in Russia. These reserves, coupled with our enhanced exploration pipeline, will put Kinross in a unique position to take advantage of the robust gold price and provide investors with an excellent portfolio of world-class assets." "The Bema Board of Directors unanimously approved this transaction and an independent advisor has provided an opinion that the transaction consideration to be received by Bema shareholders is fair from a financial point of view. We believe that our companies are a great fit due to complementary strengths, geographic synergies and similar growth profiles," said Clive T. Johnson, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bema. "Bema shareholders are getting an attractive premium to become part of a stronger company that will create near- and long-term value for all shareholders. Further, we expect that the combined Company will be re-rated in the market once the transaction is complete."
bangor
06/11/2006
14:39
Wow, this is jet propelled. Perhaps there is something in the rumours of a Canadian takeover.
bangor
06/11/2006
14:34
From James Boric, The Daily Reckoning Although many small-cap gold stocks have already risen hundreds of percent since 2001, we have not yet seen mania-buying like in the late 1970s. In fact, since May of this year, gold stocks have sold off to several year lows, despite better underlying fundamentals. Last year at this time, an ounce of gold traded in the $470 range. As I write this essay, the shiny metal is at $601 - 28% higher. Yet many gold companies are selling for less than they were 12 to 24 months ago. For instance... Bema Gold is a mid-tier producer with 11.4 million proven and probable ounces of gold in the ground. Based on FY 2005 numbers, those reserves are worth an estimated $4.9 billion. Yet, Bema stock is trading for the same price as back in Dec. 2003 - when its reserves were worth about $1.1 billion.
bangor
09/10/2006
07:25
Further discussion of price movement in Minesite weekly review That Was The Week That Was ... In London By Henry Sandford MInews.It seems that talk of a recovery last week was premature, and it was another difficult week for the mining shares small and large. HS. Yes. Weakness in the gold price didn't help, but miners were down across the commodity spectrum. Nevertheless, there was plenty going on worth discussing. .. more.. http://www.minesite.com/storyFull5.php?storySeq=3846
wassapper
28/9/2006
14:14
nice [hd]:=))
jumbo66
26/9/2006
19:50
http://www.marketwire.com/mw/release_html_b1?release_id=166743
jumbo66
26/9/2006
13:17
:-))[hd] news
jumbo66
08/9/2006
06:50
nice one i holding for the long term its worth sending of for the presentation and,or read it on there web site explosive groth nexed few years with falling costs as allways dyodd re jumbo[hd]
jumbo66
16/8/2006
21:13
This little share is looking good again isn't it?
nephin
14/7/2006
13:44
Guy's, Not a holder here but may trade in the future. Just a quick note to let you know the CEO Clive Johnson has just been interviewed on CNBC Squarkbox on the floor of the NYSE highlighting the swithch from AMEX to NYSE. Sounded confident of 350,000 ounces this year and target of 1m by 2009. Stated that Bema was the fastest growing gold producer and highlighted construction of current mine in Russia. Sounded upbeat on the environment as a whole. Will have to take a look at this co.
rwakeley
05/7/2006
07:52
but market makers create illiquidity with WIDE spread!! they should be made obsolete!
arja
22/6/2006
09:29
This is a great buy at the moment.
4321bob
09/5/2006
17:34
this has been a great share
desijohn
09/5/2006
16:21
:-}}[hd]added
jumbo66
25/4/2006
13:38
ha yes very nice jump[hd]
jumbo66
26/3/2006
15:52
Yes, coal looking good (UKC etc.)
magnus9
26/3/2006
14:17
desijohn Thanks for reply. Now to weigh up my maxi-ISA for the coming year. Golds and oils seem to be the order of the day.
magnus9
26/3/2006
11:13
yes i have some in my HL isa
desijohn
25/3/2006
13:54
Saw the following clip by Clive Johnson and I quite like the look of this company. http://www.robtv.com/servlet/HTMLTemplate/!robVideo/robtv0726.20060324.00038000-00038097-clip2/h/220asf/// Does anyone know if Bema are ISA-able?
magnus9
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