Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sable Mining LSE:SBLM London Ordinary Share VGG7762V1076 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.202p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -2.2 -2.6 - 2.24

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23/6/2016
13:29
festario: Those who 'run' this sham of a 'company' are showing absolute contempt for shareholders by issuing no information about any of these supposed projects that they are involved in. Despite a year ago saying that they had to proceed 'with speed'A complete travesty, and the share price has been destroyed by 66% in 3 months.
01/2/2015
12:22
johnwalsham: SummarySable Mining signs a deal with the Liberian government to rehabilitate the existing rail link between the project and Port Buchanan.This is a positive surprise and it looks like Sable is preparing to hit the ground running when the iron ore price improves again.The investment thesis doesn't change, I'm on the sidelines until the iron ore price increases.Sable Mining (OTC:SBGGF) has released some good news as the company has successfully concluded its negotiations with the government of Liberia which resulted in an Infrastructure Development Agreement. This agreement will be valid for an initial term of 25 years and will focus on allowing Sable to rehabilitate and use the existing rail corridor which has an access point at less than 20 miles from the company's Nimba iron ore mine.The access to this corridor could be quite important for Sable as it will now be quite easy to rail its iron ore to Port Buchanan where it will be able to use existing port facilities to ship the iron ore overseas. I'm unsure the project will be developed at the current iron ore price as the benchmark price right now is in the mid-sixties for iron ore with an iron content of 62% Fe. However, the importance of this agreement shouldn't be underestimated as it shows that Liberia is definitely trying to establish itself as an upcoming mining district in Africa as for instance gold mining company Aureus Mining (OTC:ARSMF) is in the final straight line towards production.There's however one small thing Sable Mining could have dealt with better. After a volume and share price surge late last week, the company put out a press release stating that it was 'in advanced discussions' which could have impacted the share price. I have some real difficulties to believe Sable didn't know the negotiations with the government of Liberia would be concluded soon (according to the official press release of the government of Liberia the deal was signed last Friday, just hours after Sable's announcement), and a trading halt might have been a better and definitely a more fair option.
26/1/2015
19:15
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26/1/2015
09:34
smraynot: Share price stabilized, before the next step up. 3p+ within the next hour. Don't forget more RNS's in the pipeline.
25/1/2015
20:14
smraynot: LW I think you will find the share was shorted (like QPP) but with no obvious reason, and that is purely why the share price plummeted from 11p downwards. Now that the excellent Board they have proved there is great news on the way, the shorts are desperately trying to close their positions (unsuccessfully!) and will try to pick up shares at 3p, 4p, 5p, 6p, and 7p to try and minimise their losses. dYOR and find out for yourself.Less than 11 hours now and you may well learn a life lesson.
25/1/2015
16:21
goodbloke1: If funding source is mentioned in RNS (which I expect will be or why sign an agreement)which can avoid huge dilution :say off take agreements or JV discussions imminent etc ,then I am not going to even speculate on where the share price could reach tomorrow! I am not one for ramping so will leave it to you lot to speculate.All I will say is I am sure glad I got in (sub a penny ) on this one and won't be influenced by the ones desperate to get in come Monday !
25/1/2015
15:32
lw425: will people please be careful early am and THINK before hitting buy. it's not nice to be impaled/spiked out as all the rampers dump and run leaving YOU holding your balls THINK sp sub 1p before Friday now look at AMI and LOND the decline in the SP's occured from early 2014 now look at the share price in the header. the decline in the share price started early 2014 ITS ABOUT THE PRICE OF IRON ORE no one will fund this going forward for a possible gross margin of $15 a tonne what if costs go up?? and they almost certainly will!!! after the early morning mayhem what is left to hold up the price?? where will the money come from to pay the 1.3billion and develop the mine think, listen, stop, sell. 1p
24/1/2015
21:13
letsnotpanic: What on earth are you guys gassing about? Derampers? I'm invested but If I say I think this will tank then the share price will go up?
24/1/2015
15:46
h2owater: Ineresting read from Nov 2013 before the great news coming Monday. MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Former top cricketer may score a big winner with iron ore firm Sable Mining Africa By JOANNE HART, FINANCIAL MAIL ON SUNDAY PUBLISHED: 22:35, 23 November 2013 Sable Mining Africa is an up-and-coming iron ore business that has consistently beaten expectations. Based in Guinea, the group has one of the largest high-quality iron mines in West Africa, it has cash in the bank and is set to start production in 2015. The shares are 91⁄2p but should increase substantially over the next 12 months. Iron ore mines are dotted across Africa but many have proved disappointing to investors. Some are so far from the nearest port that transport is almost impossible. Others produce low-grade ore that is costly to process. Sable has neither of these limitations. Sable: Mining priofects based in Guinea - where transport access is a difficult issie. The group’s ore is exceptionally high grade, so it is relatively cheap and easy to process. Its main mine, Nimba, is in the south, close to the Liberian border, and it is just 15 miles from a railway line that runs all the way to the Liberian port of Buchanan. The group is run by former England cricketer Phil Edmonds and seasoned African entrepreneur Andrew Groves. Last month, they received an export licence from the Guinea government, allowing them to transport ore to Liberia. This was a big step, making commercial sales that much more feasible. Potential: Former cricketer Phil Edmonds' mine in Guinea, West Africa, holds quality ore Now the company needs to be allocated space and time on the railways. In developed countries, this is relatively simple. In Africa, where transport is in short supply, gaining access is more of a challenge. But there are high hopes that permission will be granted in the near future, which should give the share price a boost. Edmonds and Groves acquired the Nimba mine in February 2012, since when it has made impressive progress. In the past eight weeks it has twice increased estimates of iron ore in the ground to more than 178 million tons, a figure that is expected to hit 200million tons as exploration continues. Sable also raised £17 million on the stock market last month, to finance exploration and help develop the mine. The group needs between £250million and £300million to bring the mine to production – a relatively small sum in mining terms and it is expected to use a combination of bank debt and equity. Edmonds is keen to keep his shareholders sweet, so equity finance is likely to be kept to a minimum. The group hopes to start building the mine next year and start selling its ore at the end of 2015, starting with five million tons a year and rising to ten million tons annually three years later. Profits are not expected for a few years as the group will be investing heavily in its future, but costs are far lower than most small iron ore groups and the firm has already had offers of funds from banks and elsewhere. Midas verdict: Edmonds and Groves have worked together in Africa for years and have achieved some notable successes, particularly the £297million sale of African Platinum in 2007. Now they are hoping to repeat that performance at Sable. Mining in Africa is never risk-free but Sable is in a better position than most and the shares should gain ground as more good news emerges from the group. Buy. Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-2512450/MIDAS-SHARE-TIPS-Top-cricketer-score-big-winner-iron-ore-business-Sable-Mining-Africa.html#ixzz3Pkoqpl1A
23/1/2015
11:50
deanmatlazin: Placing was done at 9.5p only 15 months ago. The share price collapsed because it has been shorted. Still cheap at this price 2.9p. Expect 6p soon.
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