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|Blenheim Nat. Daily Update: Blenheim Nat. is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BNR. The last closing price for Blenheim Nat. was 0.60p.|
Blenheim Nat. has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 184,290,900 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Blenheim Nat. is £1,105,745.40.
|x54v: Director buying
|solarno lopez: Anyone notice how the share price advanced this week ahead of the announcement
No doubt the Stock Exchange will launch an investigation|
|pegasus59: Dr jekyll
BNR have no holding in AFPO it's the other way round
IGS are private at the moment and I expect them to go public in a RTO with BNR.
Ive never been on the HNR thread
Both BNR and IGS have recently had share sub divisions of 100/1
Why split the company’s shares
The main reason for doing a share split is to improve the liquidity in the company’s shares.
For instance, an owner of just 1 ordinary share with nominal value of £1 cannot sell half a share but if there were 100 ordinary shares with nominal value of 1p each the owner could choose to sell 50 shares. Equally, a new investor may be reluctant to invest £1,000 and only receive 1 share whereas they would be more comfortable receiving 1,000 shares with a lower nominal value of £1 per share, albeit for exactly the same percentage interest in the company.
Share splits are frequently done by publicly quoted companies as it reduces the share price in line with the split but does not reduce the overall market value of the company. In fact, it can lead the overall market value to increase as it makes the shares more affordable to individual investors and hence can increase the demand for them.
|pegasus59: POST OF THE WEEK ON LSE:AFPO relating to COMESA deal
AFPO RE: whats 5% of $10.6millFri 12:49
Interesting calc : on the low end margin that's GBP 10m profit. On the current about 800m shares in issue, that gives an earnings per share of 1.25. At the current AFPO PE and general AIM PE, that translates to approximately a 18.75p expected share price. Interesting IMO
I don't doubt it for one minute Amigo
Don't suppose ME and DINA(wave) will get an invite to the lodge any time soon.|
Blenheim Nat. share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange