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 -0.89% 55.50p 55.00p 56.00p 56.00p 55.50p 56.00p 58,137 08:01:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.3 -9.5 -4.1 - 141.27

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18/12/2017
08:20
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 56p.
Berkeley Eng has a 4 week average price of 47p and a 12 week average price of 44p.
The 1 year high share price is 70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 40.50p.
There are currently 254,534,420 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 535,247 shares. The market capitalisation of Berkeley Eng is £141,266,603.10.
22/11/2017
09:43
rvsy38: I can't understand how there can be such a discrepancy between the ASX and AIM share price. On the ASX , BKY closed at AUD 0.945, equivalent to 54 p and here we languish at under 50p. BKY has very low liquidity on AIM despite Paul Atherley's tireless efforts at bringing the stock to the attention of UK institutions and private investors. I take this to mean that current holders are fully loaded ( although I did add a few more yesterday ). However in such situations, when there is favourable news the shortage of loosely held stock often leads to massive surges in the share price . The AGM is less than a week away when shareholders should approve the Oman financing deal. I hope that this will enable the company to sign up the engioneering/construction contractor and also award the mining contract.
21/11/2017
15:53
wiseacre: Apart from blip up to 50p on news of the Cameco shutdown share price is not reflecting surge in the Uranium Price. See the performance of Global X ETF which holds 4.82% of Berkeley. Ongoing buyer I suggest.
07/11/2017
10:57
fsawatcher: lango is right this company still not got the permit approvals it needs so it goin no where and jus drift down i jus read the last news and all it say is we gonna make loads of jobs for peeps we gonna make loads of jobs for peeps we gonna make loads of jobs for peeps it dont say nuffin about wot they havent got in permit approvals it dont say wot risk contamination to area is it ain goin to rise in share price until this time 2018 it jus dead money here i might buy next year when i made loads of cash on other stocks
04/11/2017
19:41
wiseacre: Once the company has shareholder approval and the funding agreements are signed at the end of this month the company can embark on an institutional roadshow which should allow a sustained rise in the share price. In the meantime it is foolish to fret.
31/10/2017
09:53
rotors: liambilson, Further to rvsy38's considered reply, one could also add two points: The share price is a product of the market, so supply and demand are what dictate the price. Market manipulation (of the legal sort) is fine (eg releasing accurate good news data) but if this does not stimulate demand then the BKY stock price treads water. Secondly, this is a thin market: the top 20 shareholders (many long term holders) control 87.75% of the stock. (Source: BDO Australia independent expert's report on BKY, October 2017)
03/8/2017
09:36
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
09:25
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).
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!
20/5/2016
20:30
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.
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