Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Berkeley Eng LSE:BKY London Ordinary Share AU000000BKY0 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +1.12% 45.00p 44.00p 46.00p 45.00p 44.25p 44.50p 84,479 16:19:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.1 -7.6 -4.2 - 114.43

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18/8/2017
09:20
Berkeley Resources Daily Update: Berkeley Eng is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BKY. The last closing price for Berkeley Resources was 44.50p.
Berkeley Eng has a 4 week average price of 43.25p and a 12 week average price of 42p.
The 1 year high share price is 70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 40.50p.
There are currently 254,289,976 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 656,425 shares. The market capitalisation of Berkeley Eng is £114,430,489.20.
16/8/2017
11:16
pj 1: Paul did his usual professional and slick Presentation, using no notes I could see. Talking with Investors after, its apparent how low grade the resource is, especially when compared to Camco(?). However that doesn't mean there isn't a good potential Business here. My previous concerns ref Investor visits to Site have been put to bed. Apologies for casting doubt on the poster who claimed to have visited site some weeks ago. There have been a number of site visits by people visiting Spain and the Co seems to have moved away from them themselves organising any such visits. Why on earth the Co or it's advisors couldn't tell me that defeats me. The importance of the Mine to the local community was strongly portrayed. Paul was quizzed relatively strongly about funding, but to be fair what could he really say? However, and a big however, he did state no placing in the soon hoped for funding arrangements. Other- I also learned from a respected fellow Investor there are very large stores of Uranium in Japan, stored in Powder form. If that is also contributing to the share price decline or not I do not know. FWIW The organisers of the Presentation did claim to have a large holding in BKY. Trust of some use. Apols for my previous 'humour'.
03/8/2017
10:36
wiseacre: The seller at last appears to have finished and the share price has stabilised at this level. We should get lift off with the announcement of a financing deal involving a heavyweight joint venture partner. It's always better to travel than arrive and i don't believe there could be a better time to invest than now in anticipation of a surge in the share price to 70p plus. That's all IMHO of course.
22/6/2017
10:25
bookwormrobert: Essentially, BKY's share price currently reflects the dire state of the entire uranium market, which is in a state of supply side destruction (e.g. major producer Paladin are all but bust). There is nothing wrong with BKY itself. If you believe (as I do) the uranium commodity cycle will turn (and there are powerful and persuasive arguments that it eventually must) then BKY is currently very cheap. What I don't know is exactly when the uranium cycle will begin to turn - tomorrow, in 3 months time, or in a year or two, they're all possible. IMO, that's the biggest risk we're all taking by investing in BKY, which in itself is an excellent, well-run company with a big and cheap-to-extract resource (Zona 7).
01/6/2017
12:54
bookwormrobert: Yes, I agree that we should take a long term view - after all, Berkeley isn't producing yet, and actually benefits from the current supply side destruction. Yet for all that, it's worth keeping an eye on the U3O8 spot price. It does seem to drive the movements in BKY's share price (probably due to the flow of money into and out of uranium exchange traded funds such as Global X URA). Right now we must be at or near the bottom of the uranium market, so it should be, or it soon will be, a good moment to buy into BKY.
25/4/2017
10:52
wiseacre: PA can not be faulted for his tireless promotion the company. I have just rung the company to discover he is currently in Toronto for the World Nuclear Fuel Conference at which Berkeley is presenting. I gather they will publish it along with Q & As. The company will also publish a link for all shareholders to submit any questions they may have. Those who have doubts should express them directly to the company. I have to admit I am fully committed. It seems a no brainer to me but I believe the recent share price fall can be attributed to tracking the uranium price which has fallen back over the past couple of months and Berkeley's share price has nothing to do with environmental neurosis.
24/2/2017
08:31
bookwormrobert: I don't think BKY's current share price weakness is linked in any way to the fairly spurious court case. It's sectoral - all the big uranium miners are down this week, most of them by more than BKY. My guess it's linked to the sudden softness of the U3O8 spot price (it fell from $26.50 to $24). Hopefully, Monday will bring a new and better spot price. Perhaps also the Toshiba scandal is affecting sentiment. None of this really matters in the big picture. If the share price does tank more, I'll just buy more.
23/2/2017
15:46
bookwormrobert: It's worth saying that BKY's share price decline is sectoral: Cameco is down about 16%, Global ETX down 11%, Paladin down 15%, ERA down 17%, and our own BKY down 12% over the last five days. Presumably it is linked to short term softness in the uranium spot market price, but that doesn't really change anything about the long term solidity of BKY's basic investment proposition. This is a buying opportunity, and one I intend to take, but only when the share price has stopped falling and found a floor. Never try and catch a falling knife!
02/10/2016
08:58
herlat1: MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Uranium miner Berkeley Energia promises us a brighter futureBy Joanne Hart for The Mail on Sunday22:02, 01 Oct 2016,Midas verdict: Like most pre-production mining companies, Berkeley Energia is unprofitable and is likely to remain so for years. But with 25 years in the industry Atherley knows what he is doing and has the support of shareholders such as BlackRock, Fidelity and Majedie. Analysts forecast the share price will more than double in the next 12 months. Buy.Salamanca is one of the most beautiful, historic towns in Spain. It is also a short drive from the only sizeable new uranium mine being developed in the world today.The mine is run by Aim-listed Berkeley Energia and its shares, at 47p, should rise substantially as the project moves towards production.Uranium is an essential source of nuclear power, yet half the supply comes from Kazakhstan and Niger – the former closely allied to Putin's Russia and the latter politically unstable and mired in poverty.Historic: The square in Salamanca, where Berkeley Energia has a new uranium mine +3Historic: The square in Salamanca, where Berkeley Energia has a new uranium mineNuclear power has been controversial since its inception and the concern raised by new plants, such as Hinkley Point C, highlights continued wariness. Nonetheless, nuclear energy is widely acknowledged to play a vital role in global energy supply, as countries the world over try to wean themselves from an over-reliance on fossil fuels.Berkeley Energia's Salamanca project is set to make a significant contribution to this. The largest uranium mine in Europe and the eighth largest in the world, it has enough to supply the UK's entire electricity needs for five and a half years.The mine is not just large, it will also benefit from very low costs. Most uranium mines are miles from anywhere, with their uranium buried far below ground. At Salamanca, much of the uranium is four metres below the surface, it is high grade and easy to extract. Equally, Spain has been the recipient of billions of euros of European Union incentives (including considerable sums from the UK taxpayer). The Spanish government has put at least some of this cash into national infrastructure, so the roads, railways and power supply around Salamanca are excellent, and export orders can be fulfilled with minimal difficulty.The combination of strong transport links and accessible uranium make Berkeley Energia one of the lowest cost producers in the world. Even the most efficient of its rivals have costs of about $25 per pound while several uranium producers work with costs of $30 to $60 per pound. Berkeley's all-in cost of production is just $15 per pound.Being cheap is always an advantage, but Berkeley's position is particularly beneficial today. Following the Fukushima disaster in Japan in 2011, sentiment turned against nuclear power. Production slowed, new plants were put on hold and the price of uranium slumped from a peak of $130 to just under $25. At this price, most uranium mines are uneconomical, but not Berkeley Energia. And there are clear signs the uranium cycle is on the turn. Some 65 nuclear plants are being built, with China and India, both heavily reliant on coal-fired power stations, especially keen to increase the amount of energy they generate from nuclear power.The US is quietly enthusiastic too. When it comes to uranium, most energy firms take out supply agreements of five to ten years. Many of these contracts come to an end in the next couple of years and Berkeley Energia's chief executive Paul Atherley has received several expressions of interest recently.Last month, the group said it was close to reaching an agreement to supply a million pounds of uranium over five years at a price of $41 per pound to a European trading company that will sell it on to energy firms. The price is more than $16 per pound above the current trading price because most market experts believe that uranium will increase in price over the next few years.This plays neatly into Atherley's plan. The Salamanca mine is set to come into production in the second half of 2018, by which time trading prices should have increased, while long-term contract prices should be higher still.Construction has begun on the mine but Atherley needs another $95 million to bring it to commercial production. An experienced miner, he is determined to avoid issuing cut-price shares to fund the project, and is in discussions with lenders and other third parties, including customers and even other miners to provide the necessary cash.The mine is expected to produce just over a million pounds of uranium in 2018, rising to 3 million the following year and more than 4 million a year thereafter. The group is also exploring around the Salamanca site to expand production and early indications are positive.Midas verdict: Like most pre-production mining companies, Berkeley Energia is unprofitable and is likely to remain so for years. But with 25 years in the industry Atherley knows what he is doing and has the support of shareholders such as BlackRock, Fidelity and Majedie. Analysts forecast the share price will more than double in the next 12 months. Buy.
20/5/2016
21:30
herlat1: QP/kreatureIn response to your two questions:The spot price is US$29 up 15% in a month ( a bit like the BKY share price)and yes i have emailed the Company about the press articles on the appeal.
07/1/2016
10:57
quepassa: herlat1. Do you think Berkeley can raise the necessary $81m if the share price remains at this level? The repeat RNS's and increases to broker share price forecasts are having no discernable effect and impact on the share price in such a highly negative market. What potential investors want to see in my opinion is concrete news on the financing which was again sadly lacking in today's RNS. It is glaring that Berkeley have apparently all the licenses and permits etc etc in place but no concrete news of financing. Where is the money? Resources in the ground are just that without the financial resources to dig them out. Seems to me that we have a classic Catch-22 situation. A higher share price is needed in my opinion for funding. And funding is needed for a higher share price. My guess is that Berkeley's funding plans include raising equity and that, in my opinion, needs a much more buoyant share price which is looking unlikely in my opinion in such a negative market. What's your ( not snowflake's ) view please? ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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