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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bluejay Min LSE:JAY London Ordinary Share GB00BFD3VF20 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.025p +8.63% 12.90p 12.90p 13.15p 13.15p 12.25p 12.25p 2,731,686 10:36:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -2.7 -0.4 - 109.65

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11/12/2018
10:54
Me too tbc because (like you I suspect) I'm a smallish PI, not a professional trader. If Mirabeau has the patience to explain to us simple folks I'm willing to learn!
bigboyblue
11/12/2018
10:04
Bought a few before close last night. L2 - 2 v 1 (74k v 10k) - depth 471k v 550k (120k at 16.6p) - a thin offer therefore any decent buying (or corporate news) and this should move some
mirabeau
10/12/2018
17:16
In my opinion all monts is stating is that some are managing to buy shares at a lower level when in fact the shares could be worth so much more. i.e. some are taking advantage as they are entitled to do at the lower end.
snowyflake
10/12/2018
16:38
True, especially when compared to the likes of people like me who continued buying all the way up to 25p. But there's a limit to how big this stake is likely to grow when you consider how many shares are owned by directors and their associates and institutions who show no sign of selling. Anyway, they're not having any of mine.
bigboyblue
10/12/2018
15:40
The company's being bought up for peanuts...
monts12
10/12/2018
15:02
Latest Spangel note. Much obliged. Bluejay Mining* (JAY LN) 11.9p, Mkt Cap £101m – HSBC Holdings PLC client goes over 8% stake STRONG BUY - included in MSCI index Target Price 45p • HSBC Holdings PLC which most probably acts as a cover for a major corporation or investor has raised its stake in Bluejay Mining PLC. • The company has not been able to identify the ultimate owner of the shares which first disclosed a notifiable holding on 20th March this year. • We speculate that the potential owner could be an ilmenite processing company such as: o Tronox which is acquiring Cristal in the US, o Eramet (EU) o A Chinese processor • A mining company: o Rio Tinto – which has the QIT ilmenite processing operations in Canada o Iluka Resources – a major ilmenite producer listed in Australia which has been corporately active in recent years buying Sierra Rutile for A$375m (£215m) o Kronos Worldwide Inc • A mining engineering, or dredging company. • An investor with expertise in the minerals sands space • Ilmenite prices have risen to US$186/t from a low of around US$171/t in August. Ilmenite prices recorded a year high of US$216/t in April this year but fell back as ilmenite processors struggled with furnace fires and other outages. The resulting restriction in processor capacity is said to have tightened stock levels for pigment consumers indicating that ilmenite prices should continue to rise as processing capacity returns to higher levels. • Ongoing economic growth in the US and China as well as elsewhere is also expected to drive end-user demand growth for pigments for paints and printing where titanium (ilmenite) is used to whiten pain and create opacity. Conclusion: The continued acquisition of shares in Bluejay Mining in uncertain markets indicates the investor has a strategy to build a significant stake in the company. Bluejay will incorporate an expected resource increase into its new feasibility study adding both tonnes and probably grade to the modelling. We are looking for the Iterlak Delta area to offer a significant sweetener in terms of grade to the project and to potentially add significant additional value. *The share price Angel mining analyst has visited the Dundas, Itelak ilmenite sands project in Greenland. *SP Angel act as nomad and broker to BlueJay Mining.
shutittrev
10/12/2018
12:51
Yes city, just looked in and seen the header. Funny that the debate reopened this morning as to who HSBC were holding for.
snowyflake
10/12/2018
12:49
Unknown investor taking a stake in Bluejay. Good to see and positive news all round
citytilidie
10/12/2018
12:10
Lots of new pictures on Jay Facebook.
summerfield1
10/12/2018
07:49
Unfortunately don’t know bbb however I’m sure something afoot judging by the activity
rampair
10/12/2018
07:33
Does anyone know whether this is an investment arm of HSBC, or is it some sort of clients' account?
bigboyblue
10/12/2018
07:29
sorry was listed twice on investigate this morning but was a duplicate listing
thebigchap
10/12/2018
07:08
two TR1's today... something is starting to stir
thebigchap
07/12/2018
19:32
Likewise, got to have something up the sleeve before Xmas for the troops! Monday? We live in a town called maybe! R.
rampair
07/12/2018
17:04
im aw aboot the tips..cheers lads have a nice weekend
thebigchap
07/12/2018
16:57
A useful tip, I'll bear it in mind.
bigboyblue
07/12/2018
15:35
BBB, solid advice there. On the quiet, and as a personal preference, I've resorted to wearing pampers nappy pants when news is imminent. They have excellent absorbing channels and are ultra soft. Just saying like.
shutittrev
07/12/2018
13:25
Shutittrev/tbc: I agree, all the indications are that news is imminent. My advice in these circumstances is always to have a clean change of underware to hand, as a precaution against possible over excitement. I know I shall be suitably prepared on Monday morning, just in case.
bigboyblue
07/12/2018
09:57
I agree TBC, it can't too long before we receive some form of announcement. Even John Meyer in his last podcast said he expected a strong finish to the year from Bluejay. 'You don't make money when you buy stocks. And you don't make money when you sell stocks. You make money by waiting.' Hopefully , this will be worth the wait. (Can't remember who said that, probably some yank guru/investor.) GLA
shutittrev
07/12/2018
08:47
This from back in May we must be due some good news soon why else did sandgrove wade in again this week (Sharecast News) - Bluejay Mining is currently engaged in discussions with several parties for offtake agreements and has "strong confidence" that its product will be very popular, according to the company's year-end results. In the pursuit of securing a final commercial agreement, another bulk sample will be taken from the Dundas Ilmenite Project at Moriusaq in Northern Greenland later this year, where an indicated mineral resource equal to 81m tonnes at 6.1% ilmenite in-situ has been defined. Mike Hutchinson, non-executive chairman of Bluejay, said: "We have strong confidence that, our product will be highly sought after thanks to a number of key attributes." The company defines these "key attributes" as the grade and size of the deposit, the simplicity of processing required and the project's location in Greenland, right in the middle of the European and North American markets. "This accessible and strategic location means Bluejay's ilmenite is set to be much cheaper to ship than the majority of current ilmenite producers which are based in Africa, giving us significant competitive advantage," said Hutchinson.
thebigchap
06/12/2018
13:28
Looking at Kenmare's half yearly to 30th June they are receiving $223 per tonne. I'm not sure whether this is just for Ilmenite or includes concentrate, zircon, rutile etc. They are on a P/E ratio of 14. They will have much higher costs that bluejays future costs to get to market. An off take agreement for 450,000 tonnes should send this skywards!
seejayem
06/12/2018
10:00
https://phys.org/news/2018-12-greenland-ice-sheet-centuries.html
monts12
06/12/2018
08:33
Aravali, if the link is an interesting one then please edit the start to hTTps:/
erric
05/12/2018
18:07
hxxps://phys.org/news/2018-12-greenland-ice-sheet-centuries.html
aravali
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