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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Base Resources Limited LSE:BSE London Ordinary Share AU000000BSE5 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -1.67% 14.75 163,601 10:02:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
14.50 15.00 15.00 14.75 15.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 115.85 25.41 1.88 7.8 174
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:55:55 O 18,237 14.50 GBX

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Base Resources Daily Update: Base Resources Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BSE. The last closing price for Base Resources was 15p.
Base Resources Limited has a 4 week average price of 14.75p and a 12 week average price of 14.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 18.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7p.
There are currently 1,178,011,850 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 89,005 shares. The market capitalisation of Base Resources Limited is £173,756,747.88.
brownmruk: How much tax was withheld? I received my BSE dividend net of 15% tax which is the correct amount. Australian WHT is 30% on dividends but reduced to 15% under a double taxation treaty.
ntv: Janekane If you put Base Iron on your monitor list it will give you the price in Aus
ntv: Aussie price is far higher than the Pommie price, Any idea why?
ntv: How much dividend did other holders get per share in their ISA tia
brownmruk: Think that might be Australian withholding tax because the dividend was paid out of unfranked income. 15% on 1.974p would leave 1.678p per share. Still nothing from II.
wet your knot: HL paid out this evening. But a lot less per share than the announcement on 23/9/20. Have sent a message in querying the difference.
shwetal: Any sincere thoughts on why I am being shown market best possible indicative price rather than the real one ??!!
cruxinvestor: Hi guys, here is our recent interview with Base Resources MD Tim Carstens: Everything appears to be going well, except for the share price. It is half of what it was when we spoke to them in Oct 2019. This has likely been caused by two things: 1. The high-grade, high-margin project in Kenya is coming to end of life and the returns will drop. There is a second lower-grade project commencing but will be less rewarding. They need to spend time and money on exploration and development to ensure kenya continues to contribute revenues and profit rather than just stand still 2. Uncertainty over Madagascar as a mining jurisdiction, given ongoing discussions with the government over terms on the royalty and taxes. We feel this will resolve itself and possibly by the end of the year. The financing is not yet in place for new flagship asset, Toliara, but should not be an issue, however, the cost of the finance, given the faltering start to the project, may have just gone up. Only the terms of the agreement with the madagascan govt will tell. Technically, this is a simple and relatively low capex business. Castens is a straight talker and he thinks he has a clear path towards getting Toliara into production and driving up the largely institutionally-held stock. The only thing that is uncertain is the timeline, and if Kenya can return to darling status. Let us know your thoughts!
dangersimpson2: My notes from today's conf call: - No coronavirus impact on ilmenite pricing yet, highest price yet has been negotiated for March shipment. - Zircon slightly weaker pricing, but low inventories throughout supply chain medium-term supportive. - Rutile mainly Western pigment producers so no effect yet. - Long-term end-user demand effects unclear at this stage, but short term, customers wanting additional volumes. - Toliara government fiscal terms, slow going but moving in the right direction. - Toliara project timing still on track, any short delay to FID not material to project. - Toliara funding still progressing all options. - Any JV at the project level likely to be with downstream customer = win-win for security of supply.
cpap man: SP Angel - Morning Notes Base Resources (BSE LN) 10.5p, Mkt Cap £123.0m – Site activity suspended at Toliara* Base Resources, reports that the Government of Madagascar has ordered that activity on-site at the Toliara mineral sands project is to be suspended “whilst discussions on fiscal terms applying to the project are progressed”. The company stresses that, as all the necessary work on site has been completed, the Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) is continuing on track for release in December 2019. “Unfortunately, however, this suspension will impact the community development programs currently underway and the several hundred local Malagasy people who are presently undertaking training programs with the Toliara Project. This is clearly regrettable”. Base Resources confirms that there is broad community support for the project and that it “will continue to engage in a transparent and respectful dialogue with Government to deepen its understanding of the significant benefits of the project to Madagascar and secure agreement on mutually beneficial fiscal terms that represent a sound and sustainable basis on which the Toliara Project may proceed to development”. The company does, however, cite “recent localised events have represented illegal actions by a small minority that were dealt with by the Malagasy legal system. It is therefore disappointing that the Malagasy government has now stated this as a justification for requiring a suspension.” Conclusion: There is no indication as to how long the suspension is likely to prevail at Toliara, however, we are encouraged that the DFS, which should provide insight into the proposed project development, remains on course. We expect that the suspension and its impact on the local communities and disruption to the training of future employees will add a level of urgency to reach an agreement between the Government and the company which recognises the objectives and aspirations of both. *An share price Angel analyst has visited the Toliara mineral sands project in Madagascar
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