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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Beowulf Mining Plc LSE:BEM London Ordinary Share GB0033163287 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.25 4.00 4.50 4.25 4.25 4.25 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.3 -0.2 - 35

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15/12/2018
11:51
Did the share price on Friday go down as it looks there is no government in Sweden and that is not good news either for shareholders, share price Angel and Kurt this side of Xmas. Another year to wait...........or never for big K............. Fresh elections could be called as the current PM was voted down and that was after 3 months since the last elections. Basically Sweden is the latest country to deal with the difficulities of forming a viable coalition due to political fragmentation and the immigration problems. What next for BEM?
anley
11/12/2018
12:19
I wonder what share price Angle the brokers think about what is posted on this BB. There seems to be no UK holders wanting to engage with us.......what a pity.
anley
11/12/2018
10:10
I still find it difficult to believe that BEM still has a Mkt Cap of £23m. I think that £5m would be a stretch for the current value of the assets in the marketplace, i.e. 1p per share max. That wud set them at a similar level to their peer group. Finland is currently worthless, and Kosovo doubly so and Kallak dusnt hav a licence, or any chanve of getting one, until BEM becomes a wholly Swedish-Owned and Registered Company. IMHO. DYOR. GLA.
andrea152
07/12/2018
11:06
Correct in every respect Anley. It's not rocket science. If it were a Swedish-Registered Company, then it would also find it easier to do sumthing , at least, with Kallak. Trouble is, the Swedes would then want a Swedish CEO and Kurt wud lose his job. Hence the current stand-off. Rose tinted Shareholders are still banging on fruitlessly on LSE about Swedish Politics, when they are completely irrelevant to BEM. All the Swedes want to see, is BEM as a fully Swedish Company. Then sumthing will happen. Seen it so many times in the 5 yrs I lived & Worked over there. (nice country though !). IMHO. DYOR. GLA.
andrea152
30/11/2018
10:09
There still seem to be quite a few delusional shareholders around, some of whom seem to think that Kallak will actually get the green light to go ahead. I still reckon they'll have to sell the licence to LKAB for not much money and then make do with that. Agree with Anley on the Finnish Graphite Completely. Even Triton Minerals hav struggled badly to get their massive project in Mozambique off the ground successfully , despite Chinese Backing and THEY have over 3m tonnes of the stuff Indicated & Inferred - so wot chance a small enterprise in Finland has, I don't know ? IMHO. DYOR.
andrea152
28/11/2018
17:03
What a terrible interview............see CEO Interview video.....he says speak which means nothing and is very quite about his graphite project...........money down the hole all day long.
anley
23/11/2018
16:26
There is a world over supply of Graphite and some is not good enough to be made in to Graphene. Yesterday I was at the Cambridge Graphene Center to see how graphene inks were being manufactured and then used in battery/storage. The equipment is priced out of the reach of most companies but its a very complicated topic that BEM will never make a penny out of what its doing as the Finns are way behind Cambridge - Warwick - Manchester Universities and the money the Chines are wanting to throw around to become a world leader. Watch this space.......
anley
20/11/2018
10:42
You couldn't script it - the whole EV Battery world is now moving to Lithium, Nickel & Cobalt and BEM are buying into Graphite, Gold & Copper and have a small Iron ore mine, that nobody wants or needs. Yet somehow the mkt thinks this Company is worth a mkt cap of £27m ? Doh ! IMHO. DYOR. GLA.
andrea152
19/11/2018
10:03
Now with 60% of the shares owned by the Swedish shareholders now is your chance KURT to de-list from AIM and let Sweden take on all responsibilities.............
anley
12/11/2018
11:26
NO because its a job for KURT BUDGE and the City loss making broker share price Angle who can leg over a private shareholders and others for what are worthless projects. I have given my views on Graphite/Graphene and there is no money there especially when I can buy quality product which is made in to Graphene here in the UK........please go and look at Versarien PLC and see what they do. What UK company would want to trade with Kosovo...........I will leave that to ANDREA152 to tell us................ and then we have the Swedish Iron Ore..............if the Sweds like the idea of mining and own over 50% of the company why do they not buy out the UK shareholder and save the UK loosing anymore capital. This is becoming a totally dishonest AIM company bringing urgent reform to this segment of the LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE markets.
anley
07/11/2018
15:40
I think, following KB's little interview today on the Kosovan M&A project that many of the rose-tinted spectacle brigade amongst BEM investors, have finally realised that Kallak is going to be sold to a Swedish Co, for not much money and also that Finnish Graphite suddenly isn't looking quite as rosy (or black) as it was 6 months ago. Probably best to wind the company up when they get the cheque from LKAB, and pay shareholders out - but I very much doubt that will happen ! IMHO. DYOR.
andrea152
06/11/2018
15:21
Looks like they've pretty much given up on Kallak today, with a new proposed cash-spending spree in Kosovo. That can only go well, with the Kosovan Mafia hanging around every corner, looking for protection money !! I was there a few years ago, although in a FAA Helicopter, with a big machine gun in the back - and even that didn't feel terribly safe ! You cudn't script it !! IMHO. DYOR.
andrea152
31/10/2018
13:37
SP Angle a small struggling (and possibly loss making) London based broker has been appointed. As one of the founding shareholders I wonder how much the new brokers know about the past, the last broker and Graphite mining? This is a classic AIM story of just what should not happen and how the greedy City gets its fingers dirty...........not what the City was in my days when share price Angle was a real mining house. Come clean KURT and tell us what you really know about Graphite and how much capital you are going to pour down the mine shaft?
anley
30/10/2018
12:06
The whole of BEM has been a scandal - right from the Clive Sinclair Poulton days. It's just a company kept alive to serve the needs of its BOD. Anybody with decent intentions would have wound it up, or taken it Private, years ago. Avoid. IMHO. DYOR. GLA.
andrea152
22/10/2018
09:34
A gamble on a new government is not the way to invest............more funds wasted on PR and a graphite mining idea also a waste of capital.............
anley
16/10/2018
15:36
VRS looks pretty good Anley and I shall follow. I note they still have a fair number of idiot Rampers and Trolls on their BB though !! Still, better that that than the deluded fools who still give BEM some credence, on the various BB's ! Twas ever thus ! Personally, I think that the big winners from all of this EV stuff over the next 20 years will be the "Big Oil" Cos, when they finally get their act together to move into the EV, Infrastructure and Elec Generation spaces, to replace their deteriorating global revenue from the Black Stuff & Natural Gas. IMHO. DYOR. GLA.
andrea152
14/9/2018
10:22
Exactly Anley. Pure Lifestyle Company - always has been - right from the CSP days. How the market thinks this worth a £30m mkt cap is beyond me. IMHO. DYOR. GLA.
andrea152
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