Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Berkeley Eng LSE:BKY London Ordinary Share AU000000BKY0 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 42.25p 12,638 11:00:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
41.50p 43.00p 43.05p 42.25p 42.25p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.27 -9.48 -4.06 107.6

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16/7/2018
09:20
Berkeley Resources Daily Update: Berkeley Eng is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BKY. The last closing price for Berkeley Resources was 42.25p.
Berkeley Eng has a 4 week average price of 35.75p and a 12 week average price of 35.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 35.75p.
There are currently 254,684,420 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 266,434 shares. The market capitalisation of Berkeley Eng is £107,604,167.45.
26/6/2018
23:06
quepassa: Clearly the move to the Main Board and the new Madrid quotation have done nothing so far to support/stimulate the share price which unfortunately now looks to me like a falling knife. The question is just what has spooked the market so much to cause this massive sell-off at a time when other uranium stocks have been doing well? Berkeley has lost significantly more than 30% since December when by comparison sector bellwether Cameco has GAINED 30% over same time frame. Perhaps other posters, including especially herlat1, would care to share their views and opinions on why the BKY share price has fallen so very much recently at a time when other uranium companies have shown robust positive gains. ALL IMO.DYOR. QP
02/5/2018
08:37
greedfear: Quepassa- it’s not that easy to explain. I’ve just compared share price performance for BErkeley en Cameco over the last 5 years. Berkeley has gone up something like 85% while Cameco has gone down 45%. Berkeley outperformed.
01/5/2018
21:26
quepassa: do you have a persecution complex? nothing accusatory whatsoever. if you want accusatory, look no further than herlat1 who accuses anyone of being a green who asks probing questions. a straight question - which deserves a straight answer. To repeat, I am asking for comments on the evolution on the major retracement of the share price over the last twelve months which has proved to be very much at odds with the sky-rocket forecasts of the brokers and others. If you hadn't noticed the share price has fallen from 70p to 45p. I am heavily invested in uranium and if we take a share like Cameco, where I have significant holdings, it is effectively flat over twelve months compared to BKY. It is therefore of interest to me and others perhaps to hear views why the BKY share price has performed the way it has over the same time frame, especially from those who have been most vociferous. If no-one else will respond, prey what are your views please, bookworm, on why the share price has retrenched so very much? ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
01/5/2018
14:44
quepassa: Haha herlat1 won't respond/comment about the share price. funny old world innit
27/4/2018
19:35
quepassa: thanks chaps but I still do not hear anyone addressing my specific points from post 2056 about the share price .
29/3/2018
12:37
chrismisson555: langostino for once that is actually quite an interesting article regarding the project. The share price has held up nicely though considering the wider market.
22/11/2017
09:43
rvsy38: I can't understand how there can be such a discrepancy between the ASX and AIM share price. On the ASX , BKY closed at AUD 0.945, equivalent to 54 p and here we languish at under 50p. BKY has very low liquidity on AIM despite Paul Atherley's tireless efforts at bringing the stock to the attention of UK institutions and private investors. I take this to mean that current holders are fully loaded ( although I did add a few more yesterday ). However in such situations, when there is favourable news the shortage of loosely held stock often leads to massive surges in the share price . The AGM is less than a week away when shareholders should approve the Oman financing deal. I hope that this will enable the company to sign up the engioneering/construction contractor and also award the mining contract.
31/10/2017
09:53
rotors: liambilson, Further to rvsy38's considered reply, one could also add two points: The share price is a product of the market, so supply and demand are what dictate the price. Market manipulation (of the legal sort) is fine (eg releasing accurate good news data) but if this does not stimulate demand then the BKY stock price treads water. Secondly, this is a thin market: the top 20 shareholders (many long term holders) control 87.75% of the stock. (Source: BDO Australia independent expert's report on BKY, October 2017)
22/6/2017
10:25
bookwormrobert: Essentially, BKY's share price currently reflects the dire state of the entire uranium market, which is in a state of supply side destruction (e.g. major producer Paladin are all but bust). There is nothing wrong with BKY itself. If you believe (as I do) the uranium commodity cycle will turn (and there are powerful and persuasive arguments that it eventually must) then BKY is currently very cheap. What I don't know is exactly when the uranium cycle will begin to turn - tomorrow, in 3 months time, or in a year or two, they're all possible. IMO, that's the biggest risk we're all taking by investing in BKY, which in itself is an excellent, well-run company with a big and cheap-to-extract resource (Zona 7).
20/5/2016
21:30
herlat1: QP/kreatureIn response to your two questions:The spot price is US$29 up 15% in a month ( a bit like the BKY share price)and yes i have emailed the Company about the press articles on the appeal.
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