Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sierra Rutile LSE:SRX London Ordinary Share VGG812641063 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -0.88% 28.25p 27.50p 29.00p 28.25p 28.25p 28.25p 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 71.8 -6.4 -1.7 - 168.31

Sierra Rutile Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/11/2016
14:01
Games being played? But why and by who is the real question? Any one any thoughts?
bossman1978
30/11/2016
12:42
Where have these geotechnical risks appeared from.It is a feeble excuse.
russman
22/11/2016
11:33
When's payday folks ?
basem1
21/11/2016
17:12
Germans give the go ahead for take over
sabre6
26/10/2016
06:58
http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/sierra-rutile-SRX/share-news/Sierra-Rutile-Limited-Merger-Update/72748409
p@
04/10/2016
18:46
A counter bid would be much better. Far too cheap at 36p. Should be double that
bossman1978
18/9/2016
10:24
If as has been suggested prices have been held back and supplies are running out could we possibly have a counter bid?
sabre6
07/9/2016
10:27
Broker comment from today - Mineral sands, Antitrust regulators and the dangers of holding up a merger • Word has it that the German Antitrust regulators looking into the merger of Sierra Rutile with Illuka may need more time so that they can better understand the market for mineral sands. • It appears Illuka are now producing almost all their rutile from stockpiled heavy mineral sands which may run out within the next two years following the depletion of deposits in the Murray Basin. • We note, mining in the Eucla Basin has been halted while rutile prices remain so low. • It is easy to see that with rising costs and falling resources rutile supply could drop away in Australia causing Illuka to seek to replace production through the acquisition of Sierra Rutile. • This might serve to raise Illuka’s market share but it will not necessarily raise the volume of rutile coming into the market. • Refusing the merger could even prove counterproductive for the market. Sierra Rutile is a relatively small company and still needs to manage its planned expansion in Sierra Leone. The expansion would benefit from the financial security of being backed by Illuka and its better technical ability. Link -> hTTp://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/columns/sp-angel/25952/today-s-market-view-atalaya-mining-savannah-resources-shanta-gold-25952.html
flagon
07/9/2016
06:53
Broker comment from yesterday - "So why are the German Antitrust Authority getting involved? Is it because Germany hosts a number of traders and consumers of titanium mineral sands? Might they be flexing muscles afforded by the European Union? The chances are that the Authority will allow the deal through though it is possible that there may be some conditions applied to Illuka's dominance in the market for zircon supply," analysts at share price Angel said. "It is our view that the revenues and profits of mineral sands consumers have been long and unjustly held back by a relatively small group of specialist consumers, though we note that no anti-competition review has been launched into the actions of consumers in this respect by any German Authority." Link -> hTTp://www.sharecast.com/news/sierra-rutile-s-proposed-merger-with-iluka-hits-snag-in-germany/24915052.html
flagon
06/9/2016
13:20
A long term hold is a short term one gone wrong!! I would like to know why this has gone to Phase 2 referal.
exbroker
06/9/2016
12:57
I'm talking holding for the long term
felix99
06/9/2016
12:31
If this deal is blocked the shares will be down to low 20`s and the Arbs will be sellers, FELIX99 I dont know what you are on but can I have some please!
exbroker
06/9/2016
10:04
not unhappy - I thought 36p was a steel anyway as the cycle turns up. If the deal got blocked so what its worth more than 36p so happy to hold here. I certainly wouldn't bail at 30p. Just means got to wait a bit longer for 36p and why would you sell at a 20% discount for the sake of 3 months or so for cash.
felix99
06/9/2016
09:09
Is this good or bad for PI's? I never thought 36p was a fair price considering the future the company has.
bossman1978
06/9/2016
07:21
This link explains what the German authorities are doing - hTTp://uk.practicallaw.com/8-500-5324?q=&qp=&qo=&;qe=# Main examination proceedings (Phase II) If the main examination proceedings confirm the existence of competition concerns, the FCO sends a written statement of objections to the notifying parties setting out the relevant issues. The parties can then submit (further) comments and/or proposals for commitments. Phase II proceedings must be finalised within four months from receipt of the (complete) notification by one of the following: Unconditional clearance decision. Clearance decision, which is subject to conditions or obligations/commitments. Prohibition decision. If no decision is taken by the FCO within the prescribed period, the concentration is deemed to be cleared under German merger control rules. However, the following exemptions apply: The four-month period may be extended in any circumstances for a fixed time, provided that the notifying parties consent to it. The four-month period is extended automatically for one month, when the parties offer remedies for the first time (see Question 10). The four-month period is suspended automatically if the parties fail to provide sufficient and timely information in response to information requests of the FCO (until such information is provided). Decisions adopted by the FCO in Phase II are formal decisions, which must be reasoned and are subject to appeal (see Question 12).
flagon
23/8/2016
06:06
If the BoD have accepted a 36p bid it seems a little odd that the share price does not reflect it
nonic
19/8/2016
11:53
Sierra Rutile’s (LON:SRX) board of directors and major shareholder have accepted a takeover bid from Iluka Resources that values it at £215mln. Check out: http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/129513/big-on-the-bulletin-boards-including-iog-aex-srx-cnr-pvr-hur-xel-gkp
proactivest
19/8/2016
11:42
Big on the bulletin boards: Sierra Rutile’s (LON:SRX) board of directors and major shareholder have accepted a takeover bid from Iluka Resources that values it at £215mln. Check out: [...]
proactivest
19/8/2016
07:34
Yes -t is difficult following the definitions and seeming to land up in a potential cul de sac. FWIIW I am working on 9th September; cash into TDWs crest account; the shares are delisted then.
snowyflake
19/8/2016
07:18
I have and am none the wiser !
felix99
19/8/2016
06:09
Felix - I suggest that you read the circular which you will find on the company's website under "home".
snowyflake
18/8/2016
12:53
Is there any info as to what date we get paid the 36p then ?
felix99
17/8/2016
15:09
Can we buy iiuka resources shares anywhere?
rolo7
17/8/2016
11:46
No. I have voted against all 3.It is a done deal; it wont make any diff.
russman
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