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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bisichi Plc LSE:BISI London Ordinary Share GB0001012045 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 60.00 55.00 65.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 0.00 08:00:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 48.1 3.0 9.8 6.1 6

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16/11/2004
14:39
I told him he'd missed it. What happened to your last few posts, btw?
diogenesj
16/11/2004
13:28
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shirishg
15/11/2004
10:59
China┬┤s average coal price to rise 10 pct next year - BEIJING (AFX)
skyracer
09/11/2004
01:08
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shirishg
05/11/2004
09:37
You guys should check out EKA Eureka Mining tipped for very good things
elliotset
05/11/2004
01:53
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shirishg
04/11/2004
13:18
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shirishg
04/11/2004
13:18
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shirishg
04/11/2004
13:15
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shirishg
04/11/2004
07:30
with the price 20% below the recent high, Oliver, you're not quite as well up as you used to be...and the previous lot you bought were at prices higher than the current price so you are nicely down on them. OK they recovered slightly yesterday, but the trend is definitely down while there is so much uncertainty around. If I want to buy sometime, I'm perfectly confident that I shall be able to at prices well below the current price of 185p at some stage in the future.
stan
04/11/2004
01:07
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shirishg
04/11/2004
01:01
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shirishg
03/11/2004
12:46
Moving up nicely Stan and on my forward P/E of 10 now DERD CHEAP. BUY BEFORE THEY GET AWAY. regards oliver.
oliverletwintit
03/11/2004
11:48
Thar she blows - I think you did miss it.
diogenesj
03/11/2004
09:42
Just a blip, Stan: blink, and you'll miss it. :-)
diogenesj
03/11/2004
00:11
hmmm...seem to remember you advising me to get in while they were at the 230p mark too....think i'll let em fall a lot further than the present level before i even consider a speculative purchase...sentiment has turned i fear oliver and the trend is definitely downward for the forseeable future due to the uncertainty...whether ill-founded or not. I think they're still rather aggressively valued even now myself. Sorry. The bubble has well and truly burst.
stan
02/11/2004
23:14
Excelent opportunity to BUY now stan, you want get the chance again. regards oliver.
oliverletwintit
02/11/2004
19:17
Would be a happier holder if i knew that their production was on target after the apparent first half slowdown.
mw8156
02/11/2004
16:38
Blimey, you're beginning to sound a bit desperate now Oliver. Don't worry about it, they'll be 555p in 18 months time remember.
stan
02/11/2004
11:02
People still confused over the misleading ill - informed rumors re- to South Africa, please see above. Now a STRONG BUY. regards oliver.
oliverletwintit
02/11/2004
00:05
And as for Stans argument over South Africa please take a look at this refering to Aquarius Platinum, they are in the same boat as Bisi with the price falling today on foolish rumours.................... Proving that troubles (or the perception of troubles) come in pairs, the share price has been further bashed by news (misleading) that Aquarius Platinum South Africa has issued legal proceedings against the South African government prompting the false implication that it needs to protect the company from government expropriation of assets. South Africa is a country where the rule of law is observed as a matter of fact rather than in its breach -unlike Zimbabwe. It seems that this is a tale of prudent lawyers advice being eagerly misunderstood and misrepresented by the media. Aquarius Platinum confirms that there is no appropriation of its assets and none is expected. Consequently, Aquarius has issued no legal proceedings against the South African Government. On a precautionary basis, the Company has merely filed a notice that it would take legal action against any such possibility should it ever occur. Under South African legislation, 31 Oct was the last date for any such filing. So in the spirit is sound corporate governance, Aquarius made the filing as a matter of routine as other companies appear to have done. So, the facts have not changed but only been temporarily obscured by the fog of ill-informed rumour.ENDS. Hope that now clears things up and the price should rise once again. regards oliver.
oliverletwintit
01/11/2004
23:57
Heres part of the chairmans statement at last results 13/9/2004....... During the first six months of 2004 there were a number of significant and positive developments at the Black Wattle Colliery, our direct coal mining investment in South Africa which have, I believe, laid a firm foundation for strong future earnings. The first of these developments took place on 1 April 2004, when the Black Wattle Colliery, in conjunction with our partner Endulwini Resources, began to export coal via the Richard's Bay Coal Terminal as part of a multi-year program for black economic empowerment mines. The timing of this export program could not have been better, as international coal prices reached historically high levels during the second quarter of 2004 and presently remain very strong. In order to take advantage of these high prices and, more importantly, lock in significant margins over the next few years, I can now inform shareholders that we have entered into a long-term FOB export contract with a leading international trading company for our entire export volume.
oliverletwintit
01/11/2004
22:53
Yes no problems with Bisi its still the same company with the same management and the same market, and as someone pointed out last thursday it as a contract with a foreign firm to sell all its available coking coal. Good point to enter or top I would say. regards oliver.
oliverletwintit
01/11/2004
14:25
BISI was overbought, and as pointed out, it rises AND falls sharply. It has now bounced off 50 day moving average and is nicely at the base of its rising trend channel. Looks like a good time to buy back in. This share follows good channels so that is worth monitoring in future. I have been waiting weeks to get back in and hopefully today is a good time. May fall further, but should continue to rise generally from here.
wassapper
01/11/2004
14:15
It could drop a little further, but I'll add if it does.
chester
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