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Bmr Group LSE:BMR London Ordinary Share GB00BWV0F181 ORD GBP0.01
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  -0.125p -2.50% 4.875p 4.75p 5.00p 5.00p 4.875p 5.00p 161,611 16:15:20
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Mining 0.0 -1.1 -0.8 - 9.21

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BMR Mining Daily Update: Bmr Group is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BMR. The last closing price for BMR Mining was 5p.
Bmr Group has a 4 week average price of 3.75p and a 12 week average price of 3.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.13p.
There are currently 189,006,233 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 448,820 shares. The market capitalisation of Bmr Group is £9,214,053.86.
bookwormrobert: In all likelihood ACI won't come through with the money. I think they would have paid already if they had it. So, for me, it's a question of what is the promised "alternative finance" - debt, convertible notes, equity, or what? Also, is it just "keep the lights on" money, or is it enough to finance the plant to production and positive cashflow? "Keeping the lights on" money would merely prolong the agony. I have more questions than answers about BMR and expect the share price to fall further before May 26th (at a guess to 3p). What happens then I don't know. I did business in Russia / ex-USSR for 20 years, and this miserable story is bringing it all back! (And, yes, vanadium prices are very healthy right now, and likely to go on being that way, but that's hardly the point!)
red rook: I was a previous BMR investor and will buy in at some stage in the future when there is further progress made. I think there is still a long way to go and further dilution will occur before BMR is anywhere near production. I do think BMR has potential, and that for the most part AB has done a good job. However, the recent MTR debacle and the unnecessary Portugal deal has dented his credibility for me. Also, regarding the financing arrangement with ACI. I am weary, due to previous experience, that what CEO's of AIM listed companies state either in video conferences, or even in RNSs, do not always transpire in reality. One example I can give is ALO, and their Matala Mine financing arrangement with their Chinese financiers. It was supposed to have been a done deal. All done bar crossing the t's and dotting the i's. It was supposed to have government backing at the highest level. It was supposed to be progressing well and expected to happen imminently, so PIs were told. However, after months of delayed promises it did not materialize. These things happen and may not be the fault of either party. The situation with ACI may well be different, and the first tranche may well be made available, imminently. However, I do not like financing arrangements where funds are made available in 'dribs and drabs', especially when you have to have funds available to make the forwards purchasing decisions required to build a plant. It also gives the impression that ACI either does not trust the BMR board or that they themselves do not have the funds available to provide it up-front. This increases uncertainty as to whether the next tranche will also be delayed. I think it would have been better if AB had done a placing for around £4m when the share price was above the 7p mark. He would have got flak from many shareholders but at least the funding would have been sorted. Although the share price would have fallen I suspect that it would have been higher than the current share price and would not have been held back by further uncertainties.
kryptonsnake: Oh dear, he's been caught red handed: bookwormrobert - 12 Apr 2017 - 15:51:45 - 28501 of 28583 Berkeley Mineral Resources (BMR) a new Start :-))) - BMR I wasn't here in the time of MA, so I can't comment on that. (But why on earth did you first invest in BMR if you suspected the CEO wasn't up to the job / a thief / a fraudster? The first rule of mining shares is research the management fully, and only if fully satisfied then look at the business proposition.) I'll leave this conversation here now. I could write that none of your comments are helpful, and that they only serve to depress the share price. But as I will buy more shares if the share price ever gets below 5.6p, and again if it goes below 5.4p, perhaps I should thank you for your efforts on my behalf. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What was that about the CEO not being up to the job? And you said you would buy more if it hit 5.4p? Well you had your chance but it sounds like you missed the boat. 6p to buy now lol!! You and QS are a seedy pair lol
bookwormrobert: I wasn't here in the time of MA, so I can't comment on that. (But why on earth did you first invest in BMR if you suspected the CEO wasn't up to the job / a thief / a fraudster? The first rule of mining shares is research the management fully, and only if fully satisfied then look at the business proposition.) I'll leave this conversation here now. I could write that none of your comments are helpful, and that they only serve to depress the share price. But as I will buy more shares if the share price ever gets below 5.6p, and again if it goes below 5.4p, perhaps I should thank you for your efforts on my behalf.
bookwormrobert: There are two possibilities with ACI. One is that they are sticklers with their money, and that they are insisting that BMR fulfil every contractual duty scrupulously before they transfer the first tranche of the finance. This process can be tedious, but I could understand ACI's position, and in the end all will come right. The other possibility is that - when push comes to shove - they are not willing to hand over the cash. That would leave a problem for the company, though not an insoluble one. The way the market is treating this share, it looks like everybody has assumed the worst. For myself, I believe Alex Borelli to be honest and that he is doing the best he can. And if the share price keeps slipping, then I will keep buying. Underneath all the day to day concerns, there is still an extraordinarily compelling investment case for BMR.
atino: [1/3/17] Starvest RNS A sustained recovery in the sector is apparent with continued improvements in our portfolio companies such as BMR Group (ending at 5.6p on 30th Sept 2016 up from 4.5p on 30th Sept 2015)... BMR Group plc ( BMR Group is a new acquisition during the year which has undergone some recent management changes. A forensic audit under the new management team determined a company holding at the historic Kabwe lead-zinc mine as a priority target for future development and the company's ability to generate revenue. The mine closed in mid 1990s and tailings tests showed combined grades of approx. 18% lead-zinc JORC compliant resource from a 2004 report: 160,000 tonnes Zn and 260,000 tonnes lead JORC compliant with additional 190,000 tonnes zinc and 79,000 tonnes lead non-JORC compliant calculated. BMR raised £414,000 at 3p in February 2016, a further £395,000 at 4.25p in April and £620,000 at 6.7p per share in October. It has approximately $1M in cash. A $3.5M loan facility was signed in November 2016 for plant construction with the plant commissioning expected in H1 2017 and first sales by H2 2017. It is expecting an 8-9 year equipment lifespan. The local work force is experienced in mining and a stable power supply is already in place. Work has concentrated on developing an acid/brine leach involving zinc cathode technology to extract lead and zinc in the tailings. Recovery rates are between 80-90% and they are expecting to process 5 tonnes/hour 24/7, with just over 37,000 tonnes per annum running at 80% capacity. The processing plant equipment is currently being sourced with a total CapEx of $2.7M. It is expected to be fully operational by early 2017. ZEMA (environmental licencing) approval is already in place. Production cost is roughly $150/tonne of tailings. The expectation is that this will reduce in future. Interests in Base Metals and Agricultural Products BMR Group plc ( In October 2016 the company reported that laboratory scale testing was completed and recoveries of circa 85% zinc and 91% lead were achieved. It also reported that the sulphate brine leach process recovered approximately 90% of the contained vanadium, currently calculated at 9,000 tonnes and that current market prices for the resulting vanadium pentoxide product stand in excess of US$15,000 per tonne. In September 2016 the company entered into a finance deal with Africa Compass International Limited for US$5.2M to aid construction and plant processing facilities. The deal is interest free and repayable 12 months after the final milestone has been reached. With a new board and management team in place engaged in establishing the processing plant over the next 12 months, BMR looks set to continue to add value to its share price during 2017.
stav5001: " Spectacular" that's what I want to be able to finally say about the BMR share price! And that does not mean how well we have done from a 3P (0.3P)all-time low! So far its been a "LEAD Ballon" from 6.5P -7P trading range to 0.3P, last year and now 0.7P WOW! I am not negative, I "ZINC" we can realistically hit the "LEADY" heights if we can consistently deliver on existing RNS releases, and that does not allow for the addition of STAR ZINC, The EXISTING KABWE MINE AND ITS SURROUNDING AREA, SILVER, AND RARE EARTHS that we know are there (check previous RNS releases) ETC, that may suddenly be "re-discovered" like our V! Extraction technologies are improving all the time! "BMR the Art of Mining without Mining" Now where have I seen that before? Enjoy the Weekend ALL!
qsmeily456: AB etc should be rewarded through a ladder of priced options completely aligned to the BMR share price. Anything less and you lot run the risk. I'm not convinced by words in AIM RNS'S LOLsss
stav5001: FB We will never know the full story, I lived, researched and breathed BMR and knew more than most, yet I still do not really understand how we ended up here. Nothing is black and white in life. QS Yes, it makes very good reading material, potentially may it all come true and be exceeded by a mile, yet I'll stick to my previous posting position. NOMADS and other "Professionals" they soon played Pontius Pilates role when things went wrong....... This is the current position from those paid by BMR to be "in the know" Very inspiring!!!! "House broker WH Ireland has reiterated its pre-agreement target price of 10p". Yes... that's 1P in old money, the same as it was after the halving of the share price when we announced we were suspended! I am not being negative guys, amazingly I still believe in the BMR assets, Its just that I had my rose tints run over by a Juggernaut, now its facts.... monthly processing results, and money in BMR's bank that I want to see. Its a long way to 60P. but it can be done. If we can hit production targets on-time, on budget, consistently, BMR will be generating cash. Rather than jam tomorrow by acquisition (we have had enough of Jam tomorrow, my hairs gone grey waiting for a jam sandwich when I could have had caviar on what I invested, (LOL), the company will be in a position to vote for relatively high dividends. If BMR really wants to reward its loyal shareholders and underpin a strong SP, this is the way! In today's low interest / yield world it will create interest, and they can still develop our written down assets further at the same time. This has been done before by an AIM miner, it would be a good strategy, raising our profile, rewarding its shareholders including the BOD, and possibly bring new investors to the the table.
stav5001: ALSO posted on iii: Best wishes to All BMRions for 2015. BMRions, Why I have not posted: Personal business / life related issues, and a long planned month visiting an Ashram at the base of the Himalayas. My phone was switched off for the duration, and I have recently returned. Why I have chosen to post now: despite wanting to keep a lower profile (as BMR was taking so much of my energy and time in the past), having read considerable portions of the posts across the 3 main BB boards, including the suspension and recent RNS NON-UPDATE. I feel that small investors, who have bled to make this wild BMR adventure possible, cannot allow this to continue further into uncharted territory, without having some kind of contingency plans in place. There has been no end of wild speculation, some of it slanderous and unfounded, primarily because we do not have the facts, "Mushrooms" springs to mind, and it's clear that when investors are losing money, angry and afraid, it invariably brings out the worst, and darker side of their nature. Like most here, I am seriously concerned about my substantial investment in BMR. I have been here since early 2002, I cannot afford to crystallise the huge losses. Initially I was truly shocked to see MA go, and needed time to reflect, whilst anxiously waiting to see how things would develop, rather than just jump to conclusions. Unfortunately due to the continued lack of any detailed news-flow, the trust and confidence that I once had, that things are progressing with shareholders best interests in mind is no longer clear-cut. I would be happier if our objectives were more clearly aligned with management, where is their financial commitment demonstrated? A new broom sweeps clean, and is not answerable for any previous issues. A lower share price does not benefit already fully committed longer term holders, its just an opportunity for newcomers. This is not to say that good things are not happening in the background, but simply that without more detail and some explanation, the company’s current situation and latest RNS is very concerning. Independent lawyers and accountants, a peer review of our existing, time consuming and very expensive work that BMR funded to obtain permissions? • PREPAYMENT: PAID UPFRONT! • MISCLASSIFICATION: NOT what it was purported to be? • VALUATION: NOT worth what it is reported to be worth? These key words above need thinking about. I sincerely hope that AB will turn out to be a great asset to BMR, very capable and a deal-maker who delivers. Perhaps BMR are stalling for time, however, looking at AB's background, NO mining experience, NO African experience, does his CV suggest a big ideas man, a known company builder? How was he selected / appointed? We should all be thinking about our options, and OUR Company, just in case.... as this is AIM, and it's no game. UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL: Regardless of people's individual views, (which we all understand will differ), there is undeniable added value for all BMRions (whether we own one share or millions of BMR shares) to come together in a united front, placing our respective differences to one side, so that we may all benefit from our collective strength, and speak with one voice. If the situation requires it, and we need to safeguard our interests in BMR, we must all agree to disagree. WHY? Sadly it is only by wielding a collectively high percentage ownership of BMR (which I sincerely believe that PI’s have), that we will have a voice, strength, and the ability to protect and preserve what brought us ALL together in the first place.........the belief that our investment in BMR would return financial rewards over the medium and long term, and that the people of Kabwe would also benefit, creating a virtuous circle. ACTION: Laffer has done excellent work, in an effort to bring us together by creating a web site and a framework; we need to recognise the value of this, by helping / building upon it and demonstrating our collective strength by registering. Why reinvent the wheel? If there is a consensus, we must somehow ensure democratic voting within that framework so everyone gets to vote and put forward the options that form the basis of voting. At this point my sole interest is to add weight if possible; by acting as a catalyst and to give my support to the notion of BMRions all registering our holding in this one place. Above all we need unity...before last year’s AGM almost 200 PI's from across the boards responded to one of my posts, how many BMRions still stand? We need the silent majority to get involved if we are to have real power. United we stand divided we fall. Let me be absolutely clear........ I am happy to support ANY individual or group who are democratically elected or have a consensus to act on behalf of the majority of registered share holders to protect our interest, if and when the need arises. I am NOT accusing the BOD or anyone of anything; we could be at the cusp of very positive news. However, Forewarned is forearmed! On reflection like so many here, I truly believed in BMR RNS 200%. I carefully followed the RNS reports and all available public information. I also believed in MA, and his large shareholding gave comfort. That is why I never sold, and why I am so over committed to a single AIM share. What I am NOT prepared to do, is to allow BMR, (which based on all previous RNS's still has so much going for it, by way of its poly-metallic assets, licenses, infrastructure, and is still debt free), to be mismanaged or spirited away. I refuse to believe it does not have great potential, and is a potential money spinner, unless it is proven otherwise. All viable options open to the company should be explored. The time has come, shareholders deserve some clarity, after all we funded most of this with our hard earned cash. We need dialogue, and transparency. If required (and we have enough votes) just knowing that we could call an EGM, vote representatives on the Board (to protect shareholders interests) or perhaps even make changes to the BOD, will seriously focus everyone’s minds. I am sure that there must be a pool of talent amongst BMRions. Please, take this in the spirit in which it is intended, I am a LT-shareholder with a sizeable holding and high average. I understand why many are now reluctant to post, I was also reticent, as .....whilst I still believe in BMR’s potential, I have been cut, and I am bleeding BMR. What do we have to lose by pooling our voting power? What we cannot afford is apathy and in-fighting amongst ourselves, if we are to maximise and leverage our potential, to protect our investment. We need to get off the fence. Where are the 300, who still stands..more than 155 for sure? We will need as many BMRions willingly on board as possible. We must put aside our differences, past exchanges or harsh words. Our mantra must be to ...RESPECT EVERYONE, AND EXCLUDE NO ONE! IMPORTANTLY, WE ONLY WANT WHAT’S BEST FOR BMR. If,... decisive protective action is required, we must be legally versed and prepared to act, but ours should be the measured voice of reason. Our priority is that we want BMR to succeed. GLA! • " It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things”. - Leonardo da Vinci
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