Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bushveld LSE:BMN London Ordinary Share GG00B4TM3943 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.95p 7.80p 8.10p 7.95p 7.95p 7.95p 120,209 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.8 -0.4 - 60.60

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26/5/2017
09:20
Bushveld Daily Update: Bushveld is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BMN. The last closing price for Bushveld was 7.95p.
Bushveld has a 4 week average price of 7.30p and a 12 week average price of 2.53p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.18p.
There are currently 762,248,804 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,501,537 shares. The market capitalisation of Bushveld is £60,598,779.92.
07/4/2017
15:18
bookwormrobert: Thanks for your compliments! I cashed in the short a couple of days ago - made a very small profit, enough for a night out. I should have kept it open, of course, but got put off by the crazy ramping on LSE. Expecting a desperation share placement to be announced over the weekend / in next few days, and the share price to subsequently crash; as far as I can see it, it's the only move BMN's management have left. How else are they going to pay off the bridge loan?!?
04/4/2017
22:25
wolf_in_the_bath: LSE BMN board was horrible today 2 well informed posters Jimmyst and Blueface got shafted in my opinion for asking questions about the share price as to the recent dip considering the good RNS ? Think certain people there are ramping this up for there own benefit ? Any thoughts guys ? What do you think bookworm?
04/4/2017
13:27
loglorry1: Horrible deal announced by BMN http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/bushveld-BMN/share-news/Bushveld-Minerals-Limited-Update-on-Uis-tin-projec/74257402 They are paying 41m shares for a 49.5% share of a tin mine at a priviously agreed sale price of £650K. That values each share at 1.6p. They are also taking on £1m in debt from the vendor! There are no lock-ins for the shares so no doubt they'll find there way to market pretty quickly!
31/3/2017
15:57
loglorry1: @nikerderby you do make me laugh. You regurgitate a load of "facts" which you have heard on the LSE board or from BMN management, declare yourself right, and then state you refuse to consider any sort of bear case. Well good luck with that investment strategy. The simple fact of the matter is that BMN has been FORCED to take a very very expensive pay-day style loan because it has not been able to secure debt funding even after many months of trying. The fees and interest for a 2 months $11m loan are just under $1m. The $1m was funded by the recent exercise of almost 40 million warrants around 2p but there are plenty more to come. Why would the cost be so high if the asset it's secured against is as good as you say? Why wouldn't they have just secured the full debt funding package if it was such a slamdunk? The BoD may not have had pay rises for many years but that's because they've destroyed shareholder value over that period. Intangibles sit on the balance sheet at $70m and there is little to no cash. The share price has been a disaster since IPO. You think that deserves a pay rise? How much of his own cash has your precious CEO put into the company?
29/3/2017
23:27
sherlock2020: Good summary from NickDerby - If we look at Mokopane vanadium and ignore everything else, we have a contained vanadium resource of 2,023,000 tonnes. Using a recovery of 74% and 64% ownership, this gives BMN’s share of contained vanadium – 958,093 tonnes. At today’s market cap (8p gives a MC of $73m), our Mokopane vanadium is only valued at around $76 per tonne. When you consider the FeV price of around $25,000 per tonne, that is quite a discount! Even a valuation based on 1% of the retail price would be huge (3.3 times today’s share price, around 26.5p per share). That figure ignores both Brits vanadium, Vametco vanadium and all of our other assets. (iron ore, tin, coal, phosphate, titanium). Brits vanadium and vametco will easily double our share of vanadium reserves. (Therefore 53p per share). Plus Bushveld Energy news to come! Plus the largest high grade, low cost, vertically integrated vanadium platform to be unveiled. We will shortly become a vanadium producer generating £millions and most likely, subject to DD, a tin producer too! Re-rate set to continue , imo…..
26/3/2017
15:30
nickderby: Bookwormrobert sold out on 23rd Feb when the BMN share price was 2.9p as he thought it was overvalued! Lol. He invested in BMR instead. With advice like that it's probably better to stop giving investment advice! :)
12/2/2016
11:34
neilyb675: excellent post by BBN on LSE: "Its often been asked why on earth did BMN get into bed with and stay in bed with Darwin? Well we know the first reason was to achieve Lemur, it was the best deal that BMN could get, better than Riverridges offer and achieved a fantastic deal. Then BMN decided to extend that loan at the end of November to explore aquisitions. Now the anti Darwin crowd has a healthy membership, but think on this. BMN in October/November identify an aquisition/partnership that needs a sizeable capital injection to achieve. Its post Brits, so therefore something seaparate to that transaction. At that point in time, could BMN raise £2.795m from a better source, from any source to achieve this deal? For those that don't believe it, understand, nobody is lending to junior miners, cash for exploration in this environment is almost impossible to come by. But having ideintified an opportunity, BMN have £2.8m in their hands ready to go, yes its darwin money, but at the moment, its BMN's money and money very much talks in the mining sector right now, particularly South Africa. Just look at what they have achieved with the Sable deal, which removes the best project Sable has, because they were in deep financial trouble. The extension of the loan was secured by the placing of the full funds in an escrow. So its real and its not being spent to keep the company afloat. The equivalent placement would have been 93m share at 3p, that's 19% dilution and that the approximate share price not the achievable placement price, which would likely be lower. Now should BMN achieve that acquisition/investment opportunity, they would very quickly agree the release of those funds from escrow to secure the deal, because Darwin would very quickly see that with this deal, their 7p conversion price is looking very profitable indeed. So by keeping Darwin in play, BMN have opened up that opportunity by having the cash on hand, and they have avoided dilution in the process. If thats what they have achieved, then Darwin is A ok with me."
02/4/2014
17:05
neilyb675: "I do see that a number of people got the financing structure wrong assuming that all BMN stands to make is £2.85m or worse fearing the 'death spiral'. The structure is a significant departure from the ones Darwin has done in the past and empowers BMN significantly allowing us scope to raise more than £2.85m as the BMN share price rises. Significantly there is no incentive in this structure for Darwin to short BMN stock - they stand to benefit from a share price appreciation (through fees set as a percentage of sale proceeds) along with us." _________________________________________ My buy (last trade of the day), shows as a sell ..............at 5.044 Expecting big things here.
01/4/2014
15:19
jungmana: here is a quote from our ceo's interview with proactiveinvestors after the fund raising "I do see that a number of people got the financing structure wrong assuming that all BMN stands to make is £2.85m or worse fearing the 'death spiral'. The structure is a significant departure from the ones Darwin has done in the past and empowers BMN significantly allowing us scope to raise more than £2.85m as the BMN share price rises. Significantly there is no incentive in this structure for Darwin to short BMN stock - they stand to benefit from a share price appreciation (through fees set as a percentage of sale proceeds) along with us." also if you should have noticed almost all resource/mining stocks have taken a hammering over the last few days/weeks. good luck.
25/3/2014
10:26
jungmana: the following is our CEOs comment on the Darwin deal and was posted by Elite on lse; To make it crystal clear, here is Fortune's short explanation: "I do see that a number of people got the financing structure wrong assuming that all BMN stands to make is £2.85m or worse fearing the 'death spiral'. The structure is a significant departure from the ones Darwin has done in the past and empowers BMN significantly allowing us scope to raise more than £2.85m as the BMN share price rises. Significantly there is no incentive in this structure for Darwin to short BMN stock - they stand to benefit from a share price appreciation (through fees set as a percentage of sale proceeds) along with us."
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