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% 11.125p 10.75p 11.50p 11.125p 11.125p 11.125p 16,478 07:30:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.2 -3.0 -2.0 - 20.14

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21/4/201707:24Fox Marble: Mining and processing marble from Kosovo1,683.00
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23/10/201515:27Fox Marble working ‘very hard’ to boost its order book -
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Fox Marble Daily Update: Fox Marble is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FOX. The last closing price for Fox Marble was 11.13p.
Fox Marble has a 4 week average price of 9p and a 12 week average price of 7.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 12.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.50p.
There are currently 181,067,074 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 222,871 shares. The market capitalisation of Fox Marble is £20,143,711.98.
andy: Wols, Exactly! Tom's article really is poor, in that he accuses people of: "which, according to the knockers, means it is going bust/is a fraud and that Fox will issue a profits warning" If he is referring to this thread, where did anyone make any of those comments? "This has seen the shares drift to 7.75p" No, the LACK OF SALES (as opposed to orders) has seen this drift to 7.75p. In fact before the Eboracum "news" was mentioned on the thread, the share price was lower! "As it happens Eboracum is not the major customer, it is one of the larger customers but there are now quite a few" Ok, do they include Banyan and Zhong, and how many sales have they processed recently between them all? Why not name the largest customers? "It pays to make phone calls to establish what is really going on." Who should we ring, Scott Oldfield? "a string and growing order book with a factory able to service its customers, including Eboracum." But SALES are needed, Fox have been poor this far in converting orders into sales. And then he goes on to accuse people (presumably us) of "fake news", basically lying!
gnnmartin: Loverat, please post again, the market seems to appreciate your comments. I assume the jump in price is connected with today's RNS saying that 2 days ago Spreadex gained a 4% interest in FOX, but I struggle to see exactly what the connection is, since the Spreadex interest was gained two days before the share price jump. I hold and hope.
exbroker: The share price has fallen back because a large institutional holder changed fund managers in the summer and the holding has been dripped into the market. I did not say I had seen the equipment it was in crates if you are that interested then send Chris an email and ask. The questions you should be asking are about the quarries and the quality of the stone not about what has happened in the past. There are a number of supportive large shareholders who are helping in a number of ways beyond just providing cash. Fox don’t want to sell direct that why they have 2 distributers in the UK, they have to make a margin or they won’t bother.
haroldthegreat: The internet makes it very easy to find out information on anything these days. From finding a friend one has lost touch with 30 years ago to finding a reliable addition you can find customers comments about that suppler.since the quindell exposures investors are tending to check up on companies RNs .where they cannot find reliable information they tend to post on the boards. To avoid any attack on the share price it is in the companies interest to provide the information ! Most (99.99999%) of the posts on boards are rubbish but occasionally some can be gems. Exbroker should be the ideal person to ask for the details of the company just that.not asking for anything else that is inside information.
andy: smarm, Snap! eek, In fact the share price has only just passed the recent low on the 17th December, when there as only love peace and harmony in Pristina!
andy: eek, Well that's a relief, because I thought it might have been due to a total lack of any recent news, and no recent orders. Despite that, and an all time low share price, Fox still has a market cap >£20 million! And what would one presume was the reason for the fall last week, before the riot?
it_trader: Any thoughts on the recent share price? Bad news to come or a tree shake?
andy: Share price down at long term support level now.
rivaldo: Agreed. I'm absolutely amazed that the share price has held up like this. Even after a number of years in the markets I'm still constantly surprised at how share prices react. Let's see if it continues to hold up over the next few weeks. I notice that Beaufort Securities have downgraded today to a Hold, saying amongst other things: "Our view: Yesterday’s news came as something of a ‘bolt from the blue’. Indeed, FOX appears to have had more than its fair share of teething problems over the past couple of years. Yet the reality is that investors were rather more expecting to hear a recital of positives from any management operational update, possibly in terms of the new factory’s throughput, projected processing capacity or even something exciting on the order book front. To instead be told that only half of a current €2.8m order book will be realised this year is quite distinctly a disappointment and, as a result, Beaufort has decided to take its long-term Speculative Buy recommendation down to Hold."
andy: Exbroker, "Brokers research has always been a marketing tool" --- Exactly! It's biased because they ether want to generate income from their own clients or pump up the shareprice! You are one of the very few that recognise this, most people get excited about broker notes! I remember the Nighthawk ones, the further the share price fell, the more outrageously high the "broker notes" target prices became! This one for Fox by Allenby even doesn't know when the factory was scheduled for!
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