Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fox Marble LSE:FOX London Ordinary Share GB00B7LGG306 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% 9.50p 9.25p 9.75p 9.50p 9.50p 9.50p 10,759.00 07:30:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.2 -3.0 -2.0 - 17.20

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10/3/2017
10:17
Harold, You have a message.
uncle john
10/3/2017
10:14
Harold, you have message
uncle john
05/3/2017
22:46
Thanks, exbroker, good luck! I hope Chris and his team make this a viable company I have no doubt the quarries exist. re: Driving by looking in the rear-view mirror. My analogy is that I'm a passenger and Chris is the driver - I look in the rear view mirror and see a trail of carnage of unfulfilled hopes and IMHO suspect companies (I think it's fair to say that Eboracum is suspect - former bar manager of Jigsaw leisure which owes 00,000s including missing money makes massive order that's not filled gets strike off notice then files as dormant seemingly because director is ill but during that time sets up another company). Do I have any faith in the driver and do I want to stay in the car?
wolstencroft
03/3/2017
18:07
I think probably it was something dodgy re vat with ebocorum. Only other might be a bolster the order book attempt but don't see the link Anyway time will tell now. Money will be low so either more orders or fundraising.
glennborthwick
03/3/2017
08:17
Wols, Exactly! We have only ever made factual comments here, to accuse us of "fake news" was disappointing. We have no reason to do that. By accusing us of that the article itself was "fake news"! I wonder why exbroker has deleted his messages?
andy
03/3/2017
08:09
Tom says this of Eboracum "So it is trading. There have been a few distractions of a personal nature ... thus the company has not filed its accounts" Given that it is dormant and the distractions seemingly turn out to be setting up another company (and it was an annual return not accounts) I hardly think Tom should be accusing us of fake news!
wolstencroft
03/3/2017
08:06
I'm sure we were all concerned to hear that Scott of Eboracum who is behind 1m plus of Fox's order book has been ill and therefore couldn't file with companies house on time and has declared Eboracum to be dormant. Nonetheless he HAS managed to set up a new company with 50,000 of capital. https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10569439 Amazingly it seems he did this when we was either ill / had personal problems / was too busy to file Eboracum's paperwork and during which time Eboracum was under a strike off notice from Companies House.
wolstencroft
02/3/2017
22:22
wolstencroft 28 Feb '17 - 19:22 - 1639 of 1661 - Only a few of his latest ones . - I wonder why? He ought to know that messages are never truely deleted and are always available on ADVFN's back-up servers if required. I wonder why he has not deleted 1655 yet - Copied below for posterity !! Exbroker 2 Mar '17 - 12:18 - 1655 of 1660 0 0 Andy you have seen through me, its all a scam!! There is no Banyan and all the hard work to make Eborcum seem real has failed! Even the pictures on the web site and twitter are of someone else’s quarries! Good luck to all holders Goodbye
pugugly
02/3/2017
22:16
these a 1 code on the trades. Expect news tomorrow. My gut feeling is it maybe another order. SOme hints on here earlier. Still not one for me.
glennborthwick
02/3/2017
22:08
I notice that exbroker has deleted all his messages. I wonder what his affiliation with Fox is, if any.
wolstencroft
02/3/2017
19:41
Ex Broker, LOL! But seriously, Banyan are registered in Gibraltar with a connection to the BVI, I cannot find any record of them being a huge Chinese company anywhere. Have you got a link to their website by any chance?
andy
02/3/2017
19:00
Ex, according to the most recent Companies House Gibraltar public filing Banyan have no assets. I'm waiting for the next filing. Chris confirmed that they were the company Fox dealt with and also that they had no physical presence, as far as I can remember. As for Eboracum, apart from Tom (and Chris) does anyone disagree with your statement?
wolstencroft
02/3/2017
12:40
Just to remind us all http://www.livecharts.co.uk/share_prices/Fox-Marble-does-sales-deal-with-Banyan-" Stone-news22288967.html Fox Marble does sales deal with Banyan Stone 04-12-2014 14:26 Add To Google +1 Balkans-focused miner Fox Marble Holdings has announced a long-term off-take agreement with Banyan Stone. Under the deal, Banyan will buy 1.5m worth of block marble in three tranches over the next 18 months, with 500,000 worth of stone being purchased every six months. Gibraltar-based Banyan will make a prepayment on the first instalment of 250,000 immediately, with a further 250,000 to be paid upon completion of the first delivery, which is expected early next year. "We are pleased to have formalised a relationship with Banyan Stone, which marks an important step towards our stated aim of developing a global distribution network with strategic and well positioned partners," said Fox Marble chief executive Chris Gilbert. Fox Marble shares were up 9.43% to 18.33p at 14:35 on Thursday." Exbroker - could it be that many a true word is spoken in Jest or Sarcasm !!??
pugugly
02/3/2017
12:18
Andy you have seen through me, its all a scam!! There is no Banyan and all the hard work to make Eborcum seem real has failed! Even the pictures on the web site and twitter are of someone else’s quarries! Good luck to all holders Goodbye
exbroker
02/3/2017
11:56
exbroker, "How do you know Banyan have no offices or assets? I think they are one of the biggest marble players in China!" ------- And they are registered in Gibraltar? I don't think so! You are way out there IMO, but please feel free to give me the the address of their offices in China. As you're close to the company that should be quite easy.
andy
01/3/2017
20:58
Exbroker1 Mar '17 - 10:25 - 1644 of 1651 0 1 Andy It’s what sort of x blocks that Fox need to know, they have 7 type of stone. As to margins it difficult to calculate given the fixed cost of the operation, i.e. the margin will be greater for every additional block they quarry. ------- I agree that with each additional sale fixed costs reduce as they are spread over more sales, but you are clearly close tot he company so they must know their margins. At their first ever presentation on 2012, Chris said that they make a little on blocks, bit the big margins are made on the processed product. The Indian order is for block only and they have yet to announce a large order from anyone for processed. Are you not concerned that the chinese "order", the Banyan "order", and the Eboracum "order" are still on the order book? Would you call any of them performing?
andy
01/3/2017
20:48
kaos3, Not very pleasant. This thread is one of the few on ADVFN where people disagree respectfully, let's keep it that way shall we?
andy
01/3/2017
20:18
svašta pička rodi znamo svi osim engleza
kaos3
01/3/2017
20:07
Exbroker thanks for seemingly confirming that Eboracum no longer being in the order book would require an RNS. I'll ask the non-execs and see if they think it needs one. If Eboracum are in the order book then the non-execs IMHO need to ask the executive board why a dormant company can have orders in the order book. I never came across it in my entire career but we know that Fox's approach to orders seems somewhat innovative and many here seem to have claimed it to be contrary to standard business practices and for all I know, based on the filings on Banyan and Eboracum includes: Orders from companies that don't have any assets or offices Orders from companies that are dormant Orders from companies that just don't end up buying much This IMHO is going to make a fantastic piece in Private Eye etc some day. BTW, one of your main customers going dormant with a million plus "order" is your problem, not theirs. They'll perhaps just disappear quietly and you'll have to (I would venture) issue an RNS saying that the massive order you announced a while back in fact will not be filled. Some shareholders may then wish to know when this became manifest and if they have ground for feeling that the market has been misled.
wolstencroft
01/3/2017
17:46
Chris has not answered these two questions (that is I wrote to him and he wrote back but did not answer them and instead queried whether or not I was a shareholder!) How is Eboracum Marble going to fulfil its million-plus order now that it is a dormant company as per Companies House filings? Can you confirm they are no longer in your order book?
wolstencroft
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