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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 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 48.1 3.0 9.8 6.1 6

Bisichi Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/3/2008
20:14
It's about time LAS distributed their shares though, and maybe buy the property portfolio. One group is property, the other is coal. They would do better valuation wise if they just made the change.
topvest
31/3/2008
20:12
Still looking very good here. Lets hope that they can finalise another coal acquisition in 2008. I think these guys are very cautious; any deal will be good value if they clinch one!
topvest
31/3/2008
14:30
agreed coming year does look good, although the 2nd half wasn't as goos as expected, despite the 12% increase in july. Must admit I was expecting the worst when i read the results this morning as the writedown effectively reduces the NAV and had a material impact on the profit
sporazene2
31/3/2008
13:23
With cheaper open cast mining to commence shortly at Wattle colliery and increased coal prices kicking in this year, BISI should make strong headway this year. Div up 20%!
azalea
29/3/2008
08:54
interesting trades at the close yesterday http://www.londonstockexchange.com/en-gb/pricesnews/prices/system/detailedprices.htm?sym=GB0001012045GBGBXSEQ10101204BISI would have thought would have moved the price ordinarily give the low volumes, perhaps this is someone freeing up some stock for demand, buying on expection of the results, or of course getting rid
sporazene2
27/3/2008
18:51
very good point; although i think the market is judging on pure fundamentals right now and the reserves won't matter until they are moving into the top and bottom line, in my view. Wouldn't be surprised to see a sale, idea to london and associated, of the property portfolio to finance growth. It's non core and cash balances are not high enough to fund a step change in growth.
sporazene2
27/3/2008
18:27
the most important thing is extra reserves with these we will be off to the races but i am not optomistic on that front. profits will be substantialy higher i am sure but the former is far more important.
bisiboy
27/3/2008
13:40
results will be out on Monday, with an after tax profit of 1.5 in H1 and a 12% increase in the price achieve in July I think we can be fairly sure that the after tax profit for the year will be higher than last year. I guess it a question of how much.
sporazene2
26/3/2008
19:15
This is very illiquid and trading volumes are very low so the price can be erratic, but what is going on in coal at the moment has not been reflected in the share price hardly at all. Hopefully results will help a bit.
sammu
22/3/2008
12:20
In the current absence of any news, the fall in the share price is somewhat baffling, perhaps all might be revealed in the FY results. If there are no skeletons and the results are as good a H1, then we should see at least a 10% jump in the sp, with everything to play for given the big price hikes acheived by BISI for its coal in 2008/9
azalea
22/3/2008
11:56
do you know where to find data on the historic price of coal? If we achieved 12% increase on price achieved in July, I wondering how it faired for the rest of the year
sporazene2
18/3/2008
22:30
Not sure but finals last year were 27 March. I can't believe the share price is dropping with coal price rising. Maybe people think the price is locked in until next year, but I think more to come this year.
wassapper
18/3/2008
15:23
please can someone confirm if they have released a date when the final results will be out? thanks
sporazene2
03/3/2008
00:14
I was trying to work out the impact of the weakness of the Rand. I think the net effect is positive as costs will partly be in Rand, but the majority of revenue will be dollar based. I don't know if domestic sales prices are dollar linked or not?
sammu
29/2/2008
18:32
they no nothing they are probabley short of stock and are trying to get some shares you try buying any in quantity and watch them run
bisiboy
25/2/2008
21:44
This baby is flying!
topvest
25/2/2008
08:36
Added 1k @ 315p
azalea
24/2/2008
09:43
Well, the 10k buy @ 310p posted after the close certainly broke the mould in buying volumes of late. For that kind of money I would be looking for 350p+ on the offer before very long!
azalea
22/2/2008
16:12
Sammu Thank you, an interesting insight. I have heard of Plus markets but that is all. If the share price has moved on today accumulative volume it still reflects how sensitive the share price is to modest buying. I agree the share price has some way to go before reaching fair value on existing prospects! Looking very good!
azalea
22/2/2008
12:50
Azalea you should be aware of the Plus markets: http://www.plusmarketsgroup.com/details.shtml?ISIN=GB0001012045/GBP/PLUS-exn Which shows that 6 trades have gone through today so far. I think the spread puts some people off. I think even on currrent production without any hope value they should trading around £4 with say a forward P/E of 9 or 10. It's not on many radars though and there are lots more liquid, larger Coal plays around.
sammu
22/2/2008
10:58
It's aways been a tight share azalea. Whis is a problem and a blessing.
wassapper
22/2/2008
10:48
By golly you are right.My dummy run allowed only 500 shares!! Very interesting - do the MM know there is something in the wind, hence the rise on negligible trades.
azalea
22/2/2008
10:41
I couldn't even buy £2,000 worth online!
wassapper
22/2/2008
09:36
In share price terms, a successful outcome to the Pegasus negotiations will be a whole new ball game. I believe the share price has some way to go yet just on its existing production and coal prices, not forgetting that it has fallen way below it provious heights despite increased profits, et al. The fact that the share price has risen 10% in just a few weeks on miniscule levels of buying suggest that analysts/brokers are taking a close interest in BISI and advising their clients accordingly. A rise this am on nil buying is a very positive indicator. Any flurry of buying even in 1k lots(total 20k say)will take the share price over the 340p mark.
azalea
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