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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 08:00:13
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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07/6/2005
13:33
Well, it was 9.4%. Dropping back a bit now, but looking pretty healthy anyway.
diogenesj
07/6/2005
13:07
Good grief: up another 9% today. :-)
diogenesj
03/6/2005
15:21
I expect so - it seems they said something nice about it yesterday...
diogenesj
03/6/2005
11:02
DJ, I agree, the mining sector does seem to be back in favour, which was the final factor that made my descision. Other then that it follows Slaters rules, good cash flow, good EPS growth etc etc. Another nice jump this morning.Is this the 'Shares Mag' effect. GB
greatbear
02/6/2005
11:34
Good timing, GB. Nice move today, and mining sector seems to be back in favour. There's been a very sharp fall in the Rand over the last month or so, which should be good for profits.
diogenesj
02/6/2005
10:42
Well, I've taken the plunge an bought a few at just under 235 (just before the jump this morning so already in profit). Looking for £3. GB
greatbear
29/5/2005
14:17
I'm glad they went off the idea, if it were true. If they wanted to raise some funds they could sell one of their mature UK properties. Sam
sammu
27/5/2005
16:38
report in the express that BISI was considering a fund raising but had gone off the idea; as usual, us small guys are the last to hear of it.
mw8156
23/5/2005
09:15
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shirishg
22/5/2005
09:43
Best to keep it small anyway, P. The shares are very illiquid and difficult to buy or sell in any size. Actually, on checking my records, I find that I did not sell my last holding very near to the recent peak - but I did make a little on them. Trading in and out is not really my thing, but I was getting nervous about the small cap mining bubble. As you say, if you separate out the property interests, Bisichi's mining operations appear to be very cheaply rated.
diogenesj
21/5/2005
22:25
Doubleorquits has just very kindly sent me the Shares rag tip. It provides some background information about Bisichi and quotes the Evolution forecast. It concludes that investors look likely to take an increasingly sober view of mining companies this year, and that should highlight the attractions of Bisichi... bright mining prospects, solid property...shares should rise sharply.
diogenesj
21/5/2005
22:02
Penpont: Bisichi has been on the full list for years, as has the related company London and Associated Properties (LAS), which has also been a strong stock market performer. I have no reason to think it is about to demote itself to AIM - but I have been caught out recently too! Thank you for pointing out the Evolution forecasts. These are (I think) the first broker forecasts that have ever been available for this company. The Evolution note is extremely brief and gives no clue as to why they expect such a huge increase in profit in 2006. The company has recently acquired (through a joint venture) an additional 12m tonnes of coal reserves, but production at the new mine is not expected to start until 2007. The only snippet I have that might be relevant is the statement in the last results that Bisichi had obtained an increased export allocation at the Richards Bay terminal for 2005-2006. Increased exports should mean an increase in profit (if the coal price and demand remain strong), but there was no hint that the increase was on a scale that might lead to profits doubling. As a reader of Mark Twain, you will know that anything you hear about a mining company needs to be taken with a pinch of salt. But Bisichi is much more substantial than most small miners. Apart from its South African coal mines, it has a UK shopping centre portfolio valued in December 2004 at £15m (61% of the current market cap), and producing a rental income of £1m pa. Miners (and of course Evolution) are rather out of favour at the moment. Still, having sold my shares near the recent peak, I also wonder whether the chart and this forecast are suggesting that it is time to consider buying in again. Evo's target price is 300p.
diogenesj
21/5/2005
19:02
I have just started to look into this company and am pretty much a beginner when it comes to mining plays. The story here though looks a lot less risky than usual and the upside still potentially substantial but I have a couple of questions - firstly regarding the following forecasts from Evolution for 05/6: Evolution Securities Ltd 25-04-05 BUY 2.70 15.90 2.90 5.30 34.50 6.30 Is there anything particular that accounts for the large rise in profits in 2006? I'd also like anyone's view as to whether this could be another small Co which delists from the main market as I'm fed up putting such stocks into my ISA....? I believe Bisi was tipped by Shares Mag last week - anyone have the details?
penpont
25/4/2005
08:45
Confidence well placed. New reserves. Strong growth prospects. And there could be more acquisitions to come.
skyracer
16/3/2005
10:59
ADVFN updated the results today. In the future BISI could almost double their eps by purchasing back the LAS shareholding. Re reserves; BISI have excellent connections and a black empowerment company as a partner, and so rightly have "every confidence" of being able to acquire substantial more reserves. The progress being made by BISI is illustrated top of page 4; "Coal which was previously sold at a discount as raw duff is now washed and exported via RBCT." In this business you have to know your nuts from your peas.
skyracer
06/3/2005
13:41
stan - 5 Mar'05 - 19:12 - 295 of 296 high enough Yes nice one DJ. That comment sounds like something Investors Chronicle might say! With regard to only having 15mln tonnes of reserves. That's more than 10yrs worth at the current ramped up production rate. I would however expect them to pick up more reserves in the next 12-18 months. They mention that they are in the market in the results. Sam
sammu
05/3/2005
21:56
Lol, stan. I can see you're coming round to this one. On 11 Sept, when the shares were 150.5p, you were quite negative about it: stan - 11 Sep'04 - 15:17 - 91 of 295 massively overvalued!!!
diogenesj
05/3/2005
19:12
high enough
stan
04/3/2005
12:49
Looking good for a break up here.
chester
01/3/2005
21:08
Results look very good and optimistic outlook. Surprised by the lack of comment here. CBM and BISI boards are both much quieter than a few weeks ago.
topvest
01/3/2005
17:30
But their reserves are only 15m tons some of which is low grade so at this rate their high grade will soon be mined out?
mw8156
01/3/2005
14:45
Blimey, anyone around?
skyracer
01/3/2005
08:28
Just a quick comment. Solid results. 7p eps in second half. So we might expect 16-18p FYE 2005 based on increased sales. Highlights: *Continuous miner acquired, installed & now fully operational resulting in increased coal production to 105,000 tons per month ! *Export prices fixed for 3 years and domestic prices for supply to the ferrochrome industry fixed for 12 months *Increased export allocation at Richards Bay Coal Terminal for 2005/6 * NAV increased by 30% to £14.5m
skyracer
13/2/2005
15:37
There's a good chance it will, I think, S. It's certainly trying (closed at 275.5p on Tuesday, then dropped back a fraction on Wednesday).
diogenesj
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