Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bluebird Merchant Ventures Ltd LSE:BMV London Ordinary Share VGG118701058 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 2.38% 2.15 500,918 10:06:48
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.10 2.20 2.15 2.10 2.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals -0.66 -0.17 13
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:06:07 O 204,409 2.14 GBX

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Bluebird Merchant Ventures Daily Update: Bluebird Merchant Ventures Ltd is listed in the Industrial Metals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BMV. The last closing price for Bluebird Merchant Ventures was 2.10p.
Bluebird Merchant Ventures Ltd has a 4 week average price of 2.10p and a 12 week average price of 1.78p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.50p.
There are currently 622,419,467 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,177,189 shares. The market capitalisation of Bluebird Merchant Ventures Ltd is £13,382,018.54.
gb904150: All research is paid for now with MIFID ii. Sometimes funding follows, sometimes not. It's not clear how well funded BMV are at the moment but they do have the loan funding announced 26th April. They also tend to be quite judicious about dilution given that the BOD hold such large stakes themselves. I quite like that alignment with shareholders and it tends to mean they run a tight ship. Bluebird Merchant Ventures (EPIC: BMV), the Korean focused gold development group is pleased to announce that the first tranche of the loan funding that was first announced on 12 April 2022 has been disbursed. ....but I accept that dilution is always a possibility.
johnyee 7: Interview with bmv
rakepat37: Hopefully a uplift in share price as news starts to come in ..
johnyee 7: From 2016,worth a read.
moneymaker2015: You can’t really say “means nothing” as that’s not representative of what actually happens. When a listed company receives an offer, the market cap of the company tends to navigate to somewhere around the value of the offer. You can use Apex as an example of this in that it’s mcap is currently $180m, matching that of the received offer, a huge increase on its $7m mine purchase price. As it wasn’t exactly tabloid heading news and no deal followed, I imagine there will be little or no information available on the offer. Unless it gets a mention in the 2011 accounts. For shareholders though, should BMV follow suit with Apex, any positive offer would likely have a positive effect on the mcap of a company. This would increase the value any shareholding, regardless of whether an offer is accepted.
doyourresearch: That's because it never happened. "Received an offer...." means nothing if the deal wasn't done, and it wasn't Align are disingenuous, using language to encourage the short-sighted into believing that BMV is an Apex Mk2 exit when there wasn't even an Apex Mk1 exit Remember that Align hold a significant stock position in BMV so it's very much in their interests to get the price up
terminator101: Hilarious mate, you are getting confused. The company can "issue" the shares for whatever price they want, but they are sold on the market for whatever the shareprice is on the day. The note is not that clear on what proceeds the company get, so if they sell for less than the issue price then that's all the cash the company gets.
doyourresearch: All that talk of Auric's non-dilutive financing feels a long time ago doesn't it? They are now going to "reactiveate" the relationship with Auric. Why didn't they just ask them for finance. Or perhaps they did and Auric said no? As a shareholder, three questions you should be asking yourself: 1) Why were 13,003,268 shares issued as part of this financing when the financing is Debt with a Warrant attached. There is no mention of shares being subscribed for or issued in the main part of the RNS, only in the summary 2) Why aren't the 100m Options at 2p summarised in the final paragraph? The shares above and warrants are detailed but the Options (which are massively more in quantity) have been left out 3) Who is providing the finance £650k finance and the holders of all these shares, warrants, options stand to make £1.3m for every penny increase in the share price from 2p
captain_kurt: Align Research - BMV in top 10 call for 2022 Good to see they've stuck with two decimal places on their target again! hxxp:// "In June 2021, we revisited our target price for the stock. Using a flat gold price of US$1,775 per ounce, we have determined a Net Present Value using a 12% discount rate of US$302.56 million. To be more conservative to allow for project execution risk, we have discounted this NPV by 50%, resulting in a figure of US$151.28 million. This equates to 23.28p per share based on the number of shares in issue (467,482,119). Based on the number of shares on a fully diluted basis (650,901,578 where we have included all of SAU’s 200 million shares) gives a figure of 16.72p which have adopted as our new target price. Covid-related delays had whittled down the price over the last 12 months from the 4.20p level to 1.70p but in recent weeks the stock has come alive again. We are happy to reconfirm our Conviction Buy stance at the current price of 2.70p."
dreamtwister: if they do not balance the books with the shortfall in equity or sau take the shares"200m" then sau will retain 30%...then take into consideration the funding provider will accomondate 20% of the pog, so is that shareholders value for suporting the tsunami of shares about to flood the market & sink shareholder investment The agreement allows BMV up to six months to complete the second tranche of the transaction. If it fails to do so then US$7.5 million plus interest must be paid by BMV to IGPL within a further six months; this liability cannot be satisfied by the issue of BMV shares. If BMV’s prospectus is not approved within the six month period through no fault of BMV, then it can still settle the US$7.5 million plus interest liability for shares, in the most likely scenario within 30 days of the approval of BMV’s prospectus. If BMV is at fault in failing to complete the transaction within the initial six months or fails, regardless of cause, to make the payment required to be made within the additional six month period, if it applies, then IGPL’s security will become enforceable. then off course the funding provider will be pursuing repayment ! i would not rule out a 3rd prty interest of a hostile take over !
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