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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Bisichi Plc BISI London Ordinary Share GB0001012045 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 60.00 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00
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Industry Sector
MINING

Bisichi BISI Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
28/08/2019InterimGBX131/12/201831/12/201909/01/202010/01/202014/02/20201
29/04/2019FinalGBX331/12/201731/12/201804/07/201905/07/201926/07/20196
29/04/2019SpecialGBX231/12/201731/12/201804/07/201905/07/201926/07/20190
24/08/2018InterimGBX131/12/201731/12/201803/01/201904/01/201908/02/20190
23/04/2018SpecialGBX131/12/201631/12/201705/07/201806/07/201827/07/20180
23/04/2018FinalGBX331/12/201631/12/201705/07/201806/07/201827/07/20185
31/08/2017InterimGBX131/12/201631/12/201704/01/201805/01/201809/02/20180
28/04/2017FinalGBX331/12/201531/12/201606/07/201707/07/201728/07/20174
26/08/2016InterimGBX131/12/201531/12/201605/01/201706/01/201710/02/20170
22/04/2016FinalGBX331/12/201431/12/201507/07/201608/07/201629/07/20164
27/08/2015InterimGBX131/12/201431/12/201507/01/201608/01/201605/02/20160
30/04/2015FinalGBX331/12/201331/12/201402/07/201503/07/201531/07/20154
28/08/2014InterimGBX131/12/201331/12/201408/01/201509/01/201506/02/20150
23/04/2014FinalGBX331/12/201231/12/201302/07/201404/07/201401/08/20144
29/08/2013InterimGBX131/12/201231/12/201301/01/201403/01/201431/01/20140
30/04/2013FinalGBX331/12/201131/12/201203/07/201305/07/201302/08/20134
30/08/2012InterimGBX131/12/201131/12/201202/01/201304/01/201301/02/20130
30/04/2012FinalGBX331/12/201031/12/201129/06/201201/07/201213/08/20124
31/08/2011InterimGBX131/12/201031/12/201104/01/201206/01/201203/02/20120
19/04/2011FinalGBX331/12/200931/12/201029/06/201101/07/201108/08/20114
27/08/2010InterimGBX131/12/200931/12/201005/01/201107/01/201104/02/20110
30/04/2010FinalGBX331/12/200831/12/200930/06/201002/07/201009/08/20104
30/04/2009FinalGBX3.531/12/200731/12/200808/07/200910/07/200910/08/20093.5
31/03/2008FinalGBX331/12/200631/12/200702/07/200804/07/200811/08/20083
27/03/2007FinalGBX2.531/12/200531/12/200618/07/200720/07/200713/08/20072.5
28/04/2006FinalGBX2.2531/12/200431/12/200519/07/200621/07/200614/08/20062.25
01/03/2005FinalGBX231/12/200331/12/200418/05/200520/05/200515/08/20052
18/03/2004FinalGBX1.831/12/200231/12/200321/07/200423/07/200416/08/20041.8
06/03/2003FinalGBX1.531/12/200131/12/200223/07/200325/07/200318/08/20031.5
11/03/2002FinalGBX131/12/200031/12/200124/07/200226/07/200219/08/20021
12/03/2001FinalGBX131/12/199931/12/200001/08/200103/08/200123/08/20011
28/02/2000FinalGBX131/12/199831/12/199931/07/200004/08/200024/08/20001
01/03/1999FinalGBX131/12/199731/12/199802/08/199906/08/199926/08/19991
30/03/1998FinalGBX0.931/12/199631/12/199703/08/199807/08/199827/08/19980.9

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
09/6/2020
15:22
bozzy_s: Agree that cancelling dividend and taking reduced salaries was necessary. But they forgot to do the 2nd part. So for the 2019 year, shareholders received 1p in dividends, while total salaries were 73p per share, including 20p paid to directors. Therefore, with a 20% cut in director's salaries (in line with reputable listed companies), they could've saved a further 4p per share in cash. But it's only shareholders who pay for the current situation.
09/6/2020
07:45
callumross: Cancelling the dividend entirely appropriate in the circumstances, given the uncertainty. I have been, and will continue to, top up at these levels.
20/2/2020
14:26
bozzy_s: I sold at the end of last year, taking a loss. Decided (finally) that BISI isn't for shareholders. It's a value trap. The directors get a far bigger share of profits than the owners. Pointless being a plc as the market hates the company - same as LAS. If they just reduced director earnings by 30% and paid that as a dividend, the shares would be £2.50+ and the directors wealthier due to their shareholdings.
24/1/2020
17:28
callumross: The dividend yield in recent years has been pretty generous
24/1/2020
15:56
callumross: https://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/energy/lse-bisi/bisichi-mining-shares/news/does-bisichi-mining-plc-lonbisi-have-a-good-p-e-ratio/
28/8/2019
14:50
bozzy_s: Those results are fantastic. Far better than I expected. Net tangible assets up to £22m, nearly double current share price, of which roughly £10m is cash. Hoped for more than 1p interim divi. As long as final divi is increased from 5p I'm happy.
24/8/2019
18:18
bisiboy: it would be so nice to get a rise In the interim dividend say to 1.5p please always a bit light in february
22/8/2019
10:21
bozzy_s: Interim results normally published in August. Clearly no-one's interested in BISI (or LAS). Roughly £3k of BISI shares traded this month!
05/6/2019
19:12
bozzy_s: There's certainly a reason LAS is valued below cash, and at 60% discount to NTAV. And BISI would possibly be a £40m company if director salaries were reasonable. They both probably fall into the category of value traps. On the face of it hugely undervalued by the market. Haven't looked at LAS for a few years, but it seems even more undervalued than BISI. But they've both always been undervalued, hence the 'value trap' description. It'll take something remarkable for the shares to reach an average market valuation. If some of those extraordinary salaries were taken as shares, maybe that'd be a start. £2.1m per annum cash from a company valued at ~£11m, still too high. £0.5m cash and £1.6m of BISI shares, better for everyone including directors, long term.
04/6/2019
08:15
topvest: I've sold out my few shares in LAS and BISI. BISI at a good profit, LAS at a loss. Not worth the effort & we are always going to be screwed over by the Heller family. Unfortunately, I think LAS has more bad news on the way and BISI is invested in an unethical activity of coal mining which is in long-term decline. On top of the dismal performance, the directors take most of the reward. Only listed for the prestige value of being such.
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