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Bellzone LSE:BZM London Ordinary Share JE00B3N0SJ29 ORD NPV
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  +0.00p +0.00% 1.20p 1.05p 1.40p - - - 0 08:00:03
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Mining 0.0 -6.4 -0.6 - 17.51

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Bellzone Mining Daily Update: Bellzone is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BZM. The last closing price for Bellzone Mining was 1.20p.
Bellzone has a 4 week average price of 1.20p and a 12 week average price of 1.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.17p.
There are currently 1,458,778,253 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,964,900 shares. The market capitalisation of Bellzone is £17,505,339.04.
h2owater: Back before Ebola:2013 Bellzone upgraded by Investec 17th September 2013, 09:48 Investec has upgraded its recommendation on Bellzone Mining [LON:BZM] to ‘buy’ from ‘hold’ on the back of the company’s recently completed independent Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) on the KP1 iron ore operation in the Republic of Guinea. The study suggests an internal rate of return (IRR) of 37.5 per cent and net present value (NPV) of US$1,387 million, based on CFR fines price of US$127.7/t assuming shipping cost of $20/t. The broker has almost doubled its price, which now stands at 10 pence per share (previously 5.09 pence). However, the broker is keen to point out that the next challenge, as with all development projects in the current economic climate, will be securing the necessary finances to actually construct the Kalia KP1 project. “New management at Bellzone has introduced a strong emphasis on technical rigour and this shows through in the quality of the bankable feasibility study (BFS) recently completed on Kalia’s oxide resources,†the broker said in a note to clients. “The BFS on Kalia’s oxide resources (termed KP1) outlines a 10yr, 7mtpa (dry) iron ore operation producing a 58% Fe material from the oxide resource base, at cash costs just short of $35/t (FOB), which potentially makes it a serious junior iron ore player.†At 9:44am: Bellzone Mining share price was up 0.13 pence at 4.15 pence. hTTps://
domple: I imagine the mms have a large number of these to get rid of...and nobody's buying. that together with the fact that demand has softened, has resulted in the share price diving like a german U-boat in ww2. these will just drift into the abyss...achtung, achtung!...avoid, imho
loverat: BroncoWarrior Just a typical AIM company really. They're all difficult to trust and not investment material. I'm only interested in share price moves - not the longer term prospects.
patviera: Luka what ure thought on bzm share price?
thegrumpster: I definitely don't blame the directors of Bellzone Mining (BZM) for the blatant pump and dump of their stock over the last week or so. To their credit, this board has been entirely forthcoming with the market about their need for finance and timetable for securing it. Anyone who bought into the sudden and unexplained enthusiasm for Bellzone's stock on May 27th and May 28th was probably asking for trouble, as it was clear a discounted placement was imminent. Even so, this is yet another example of why shares on AIM should be suspended as soon as the company concerned starts the process of raising money. Company Name & Ticker Bellzone Mining (BZM) Amount Raised £1.1million net Placing Price / Previous Close = Discount or Premium Applied 2.5p / 3.2p = 22% discount No. of bullish RNS releases in the last 6 weeks 0 and the company informed the market of its dealings with China Sonangol to source the funds it needs. How many issues of equity in the last 12 months? 1 – 1,000,000 shares issued to CEO Glen Baldwin (his entire holding) Share price performance over last 12 months Down 29%, but over 90% down since early 2011 Comment On March 28th, in its Second Response to Share Price Movement, Bellzone said "any equity investment by CS and consequently any Rule 9 offer that might be made by CS following an equity investment is likely to be at a discount to yesterday's closing price of 3.02p." Even though Bellzone's stock price chart looks like an obvious pump & dump has been perpetrated, anyone who has been caught out by this can't have many complaints. Long term holders are not likely to be overly happy at today's news, but unfortunately for them Bellzone has been a classic example of value destruction in AIM's Great Resource Bear Market. The tone of today's announcement is quite aggressive towards shareholders. The board has anticipated any objections by calling this a "Non Pre-emptive Placing" and that its Nomad (Investec) has given formal approval to the terms, believing them to be "fair and reasonable insofar as the shareholders of Bellzone are concerned". I am not sure many will agree with this, but to underline its position Bellzone's board has reminded shareholders that the placing is permissible through the general mandate awarded to Bellzone's board in July 2013 and that it "is not subject to shareholders' approval". In other words, whinge as much as you want, there is nothing you can do. As to whether or not today's placement presents a possible buying opportunity in this stock, I'd be very surprised if this proves to be the start of a new beginning for the company. In its own words, today's funding will provide "Bellzone with sufficient funds to continue operations until early August 2014 whilst funding discussions continue". Anyone hoping for much light at the end of this particular tunnel is likely to be sorely disappointed. Assuming Bellzone can secure a funding agreement with China Sonangol I would expect this merely acts as a precursor to an eventual takeover or even delisting of the company. I could be wrong about this, but there are clear warning signs. One to avoid, for me. ============== You don't need to register, just kill the download as soon as the text appears. Used to work for the FT website. Think they've cottoned on.
broncowarrior: They money they raised in 2011 has been used for: - FORC mine equipment, tugs, trucks etc - Kalia drilling - Kalia BFS joto, I get the impression you know nothing about the history of this company so you might be better reading up. Baldwin went on SA state television FFS, his career is finished and his shares worthless if this were a scam. If he believed it was he would surely resign. Resigning because of him allowing the share price to crater is more the order of the day. I believe this is down to catastrophic strategic failings more than anything else. My point as above: Shareholder equity is the same as it was 3 years ago so it is not like our purchases have fed into the company coffers. They haven't. Zuks and CIF haven't changed their holdings since then either, other than CIF increasing. I would guess they are struggling to get funding because their market cap is too low, the trucking solution has risks attached and IO sentiment is not great. If we got funding CS would benefit massively as the share price would rocket; once we started producing Zuks wealth would also benefit massively by share price appreciation and he would also get a royalty. Taking it private would mean only benefiting from the actual production, which has far more risk attached to it than benefitng from the positive share price movement. So I don't quite buy it. This is priced to fail though so it could get worse, I'm not blind to that.
rougepierre: Try this hypothesis for size... CS is in discussions re the financing and insists that there should be an equity element that triggers the 30% shareholding level. At that level CS would be required to make clear its intentions to the takeover panel, including the possibility of a full bid. In the meantime, BZM finds out that CS are buying stock in the market. So CS threatens to hold BZM to ransom by making a low-ball bid and hammer the share price unless BZM accept. BZM in the interests of its long-suffering shareholders decide to call their bluff. At best flushing them out with a realistic bid, at worst leaving it to the market to drive up the share price until CS capitulates with a higher bid. In the meantime the RNS also flushes out other prospective financers/bidders... Maybe BZM and Zuks are in an unholy alliance to force the best possible deal out of an inevitable and long overdue CS takeover... Given Zuks last sale, how about 17-20p as the exit price because we've had the Bankable Feasibility Study since then What does anyone think?
sparkygg: Are Iron Ore Stocks About to Face Another Downturn? by Bob Chandler, The Motley Fool Feb 24th 2014 10:40AM Updated Feb 24th 2014 10:42AM Iron ore prices have recovered about 40% since a swoon in late 2012, helping shares of ore miners like BHP Billiton , Rio Tinto , and Cliffs Natural Resources bounce off recent lows. But the rebound might be short lived. Certain supply and demand factors suggest another downturn might be approaching. Good results help miners boost global supplies Supply and demand ultimately determine the price of a commodity. Too much supply or too little demand can weaken the price, causing a producer's earnings -- and share price -- to suffer. For iron ore, supplies look ready to proliferate as production ramps up. BHP Billiton, the world's biggest miner, has benefited from iron ore's recent resurgence. It reported fiscal first-half profits rose 31% year over year. Expecting continued improvement, BHP grew its global iron ore production by 19%. Though optimistic, the company is aware of the possibility of excess production. Management admits that the supply of iron ore will likely exceed demand later this year. Regardless, the miner has started increasing deliveries from its Western Australian operations, where it attained record production over the last six months. Rio Tinto, another global mining leader, tells a similar story. It also delivered strong financial results in 2013, with adjusted earnings up 10% year over year; the gain came mostly from iron ore. Focusing on the lucrative product, Rio's production jumped 5% year over year for all of 2013 and 7% in the latest quarter. The miner's large Simandou iron ore deposit in Guinea is expected to provide future growth. The site, anticipated to be the largest integrated iron ore infrastructure project and mine ever developed in Africa, hopes to deliver 95 million tons per year at full capacity, a 30% boost to Rio's total 2013 production. Management appears comfortable with this large addition to supply. Company executives believe they will sell all they can produce, noting that Chinese steel mills need Rio's high-quality output to help cut the that nation's pollution. Cliffs Natural Resources, a smaller industry participant, appears equally sanguine about future demand. Improved 2013 results, where adjusted net income climbed more than 36% year over year, has boosted confidence. A 10% increase in global ore pricing in the latest quarter and solid demand from the U.S., where volumes were relatively flat, as well as Asia, where deliveries increased 5% year over year, have helped support the enthusiasm. The producer expects the good times to continue. Management believes sufficient economic growth in the U.S. and China, the main purchasers of iron ore, will provide continued strong demand. In response, Cliffs plans to increase U.S. production around 10% and maintain Asian production at current levels. The iron ore industry seems intent on boosting supply, fully confident that strong demand will continue. But circumstances in China suggest future orders might fall short of these expectations. A troubling Chinese demand driver One key driver of recent strong iron ore demand appears tenuous. There have been reports Chinese steel mills and traders have elevated purchases not due to manufacturing needs but mainly as collateral to secure loans -- a reasonable explanation for the country's voracious appetite for the ore even as signs of a slowing economy have emerged. Commodities have often been used as collateral for loans in China. Since banks have tightened lending in overbuilt manufacturing sectors, increased security is needed to get or renew borrowings. Supply figures seem to support the notion that Chinese iron ore deliveries are not being consumed. Recent inventory levels have exceeded 100 million tons for the first time since July 2012, according to data from Shanghai Steelhome Information Technology. Reports that commodity traders obtain cheap loans to purchase the mineral and then sell it quickly to speculate with the proceeds only seem to increase the fragility of this kind of finance-based demand. These traders, aiming for short-term gains in areas like real estate, usually have to pay back the borrowings within three to six months. Demand based on these financial purposes rather than use appears to be an unreliable and unsustainable source of iron ore growth. Any retrenchment in the use of the mineral for financing, especially in a time of rising supply, would likely buckle ore pricing and be seriously detrimental to miner results and share prices. Longer-term positives could present a buying opportunity While short-term difficulties in the iron ore industry might be likely, any meaningful share price decline could provide a long-term buying opportunity. The industry has become incredibly lean over the last year. Rio Tinto undertook a comprehensive cost cutting program, which more than met expectations. The company reduced capital spending by 26%, eliminated $2.3 billion in other expenses, and cut debt by 18%. BHP Billiton is also clamping down on expenses. It plans to spend 27% less on new projects this year and save around $5.5 billion from cost reductions and efficiency gains. Cliffs Natural has made similar financial progress. It announced a $90 million expense cut for 2014 with plans to slash capital spending and idle or divest underperforming assets to conserve even more cash. These impressive cost cutting efforts have put the miners in a noticeably improved financial position, making them prone to rebound strongly if short-term iron ore price volatility does violently disturb the industry. Bottom line Iron ore producers like BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, and Cliffs Natural Resources have recovered nicely from their 52-week lows. But increased supply and a potential drop in Chinese demand indicate another downturn may be approaching. Though near-term results and share prices may suffer if such a slump does occur, these miners, with improved balance sheets, might offer an excellent buying opportunity on any meaningful stock price drop.
patviera: saved myself a couple of grand as dont think we will be 15p by xmas my word is my bond,if we are then about 8 of us here are out one night on me(not literally!!) I predicted 28th Nov(i think) for funding news but said wouldnt suprise me if its feb next im not upset we havent heard anything.Im v pleased our shares are rising as it just means that talks are progressing well. I was a bit concerned(very actually) at 2.9p as one only then has negative thoughts!!! Nice to close above 4p tomorrow...feels like weve won the lottery even though its still an awful performance since I started buying at 30p!! Lets have some DEC 2014 predictions for BZM share price serious ones please!! Mine is 30p any more?
patviera: disagree sparky dont forget if IO goes to 50 bucks and bzm to 0p that is better for CIF than IO to 200 and Bzm to 200p...bzm are like an insurance bet Also cif are able to block with 25pct so they dont care about bzm share price as much as voting power. sparky..our shares are 4p so am i not proved right that that 50m share sell was bearish?!! also do u trust zucks? Bw agreed great work on kalia by baldwin..deffo a positive agreed we should get financing but we are still getting v curious rns dont you think there should be an explanation as to why family sold...also why wa baldwin inside when larkan wasnt...too many lies imho..shame
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