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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
  -2.50 -3.57% 67.50 60.00 75.00 70.00 67.50 70.00 2,402 08:38:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 29.8 -3.9 -31.4 - 7

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/2/2018
20:00
They are a very poor example of corporate governance, I will give you that, but strangely I have done pretty well out of this over the years when you take the dividends into account
callumross
07/2/2018
18:37
I think there should be some kind of stockmarket award to management whom are most skilled at brazenly rinsing a company for all its worth.This qould surley be right up there for the top award if so.This lot even make private sector managers like Philip Green and Dominic Chappel look like rookies.
my retirement fund
07/2/2018
18:30
just has in the form of options as though a £1m a year is not enough
ntv
29/1/2018
11:56
They may be able to give themselves a pay rise then.
my retirement fund
29/1/2018
09:46
This lot should be making serious money now if they have got the stone issues sorted out. Look at the graph on the Richards Bay coal price below!; https://www.theice.com/products/241/API4-Richards-Bay-Coal-Futures/data
callumross
09/9/2017
09:25
HNR - TWO wells successfully drilled with abundant oil and gas in samples extracted! Fracking and FIRST OIL next month! Don't miss this train!
happyholder123
08/1/2017
16:46
LOL - I suspect its already happened. Almost time to get out of this dog once commodity prices have a mini-top.
topvest
08/1/2017
16:41
with the drop in sterling mr h needs a big payrise this year to make ends meet.
bisiboy
29/10/2016
10:42
any chance of a dividend increase rather than a bonus increase for mr h?
bisiboy
25/10/2016
10:31
https://www.ft.com/content/a71cc96c-dcba-3e53-8a87-caf8be075ae6
callumross
25/10/2016
10:28
Looks like the market may be waking up to recent coal price - exchange rate developments!
callumross
25/10/2016
09:52
Almost no stock available to trade at this level. Would expect the NAV to be comfortably exceeded before it becomes a little more liquid.
my retirement fund
25/10/2016
09:43
Indeed they are - perhaps they will be subjected at some stage in the future to Mrs May and her cohorts reterict of corporate governance reforms.But yes this is clearly a golden time for their coal mining businesses and the currencies all mean that they have never had it so good. What's more it looks more like a permanent development.
my retirement fund
25/10/2016
09:35
Not just that - BISI must be coining it in with the favourable exchange rate movements in the £ / $ / rand rate. Plus £1.20 per share in UK property assets and £1.50 NAV overall. Board still taking too much out of this company, though!
callumross
25/10/2016
09:25
I take it everyone knows about the doubling of price of high grade coal and shortage of coking coal and the cut backs in Chinese production in the last few weeks ?
my retirement fund
27/8/2016
13:57
They do seem well remunerated! Anyway, £15.9m net assets, up from £15.6m at the year end equates to £1.48 per share and property assets alone are £1.20 per share.
callumross
27/8/2016
10:09
PROFITS WOULD BE TREBLE THOSE REPORTED IF HELLER DIDN'T TAKE £1M YEAR FROM THE COMPANY. GF
ntv
19/8/2016
20:18
Ticking up nicely. One of the beneficiaries from Brexit I guess through the exchange rate gains for the colliery as result of cable depreciation.
callumross
15/5/2016
19:16
me too see Mr H has managed to payback 15k of the loan.
bisiboy
30/4/2016
13:28
Yes, £1,576k of directors' emoluments versus £427k annual dividend says it all. Average salary cost for the workers is £24k even including the director excesses. I will vote against most of the resolutions, not that it will make any difference.
topvest
23/2/2016
16:03
Desperately needs some corporate action. A white knight to boot out the exceptionally greedy BoD, and either spin off, or sell off, the UK property portfolio (by itself worth around 100p per share).
bozzy_s
23/2/2016
15:57
These would be trading at 300p+ if it weren't for the ridiculous directors salaries. If they earned a more reasonable £500,000 per year between them (still a little high perhaps), the dividend could be increased to around 11p per share. 2014 earnings would have been approx 20p per share. A share price of 300p would represent a P/E of 15, a yield of nearly 4%, and be underpinned by net tangible assets of 150p per share. They've obviously done the maths and decided that paying themselves a fortune makes them better off than paying themselves a fair amount and seeing the subsequent increase in the value of their shares. Haven't looked into their individual shareholdings, but I'd have thought if they own say 50% of the company, then surely they'd be better off earning a reasonable/fair amount and seeing the value of their shares increase by £10m - £15m?
bozzy_s
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