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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bluejay Mining Plc 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
  -0.40 -3.51% 11.00 10.70 11.00 11.55 10.50 10.50 1,748,953 16:28:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.8 -0.2 - 107

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26/11/2020
18:04
I too guess extension, but if so there should be an rns and I'll be reading it carefully. Will it be a load of flannel, or will it give reasons and explain what's going on. If it's the latter, no problem. I think we realise it's not easy to hurry up the authorities; they'll work at their own pace.
bigboyblue
26/11/2020
14:42
Given the form book here, extension. Doubt the bookies would even give you odds, to be honest :)
lovewinshatelosses
26/11/2020
13:31
Leaving it to the last day and a half for offtake. What's the bets? Deal or extension?
drmaccers
26/11/2020
13:12
Yes that is an interesting way of looking at it! Have the feeling news in imminent as well.
perfect choice
26/11/2020
08:48
Why? Climate change has helped make Dundas viable.
johnveals
25/11/2020
18:54
Sorry.Climate Change is probably off thread on a mining bb.
erric
25/11/2020
18:54
I’m not a chartist but I do appreciate the fact that we are regularly seeing higher highs and higher lows as the price continues to hacksaw upwards. It reminds me of that CO2 chart out of Hawaii that’s being going up for the last 50 years
erric
25/11/2020
17:24
You got your wish PC :)
lovewinshatelosses
25/11/2020
15:32
Would like to see it break through and hold above 11p, then it should get interesting. Bit of resistance I think at 11p with sellers using it as as marker, but agree the buy trend and volume is certainly indicating a push north in price.
perfect choice
25/11/2020
15:21
berg at 11.00
monts12
25/11/2020
13:58
summut going on here
mirabeau
25/11/2020
12:49
I would still make it due in next 4 weeks still but being cautious with the "by end of year" statement made in the Greenland parliament. Still uncertain myself if the exploitation licence and offtake agreement are linked, or whether the offtake partner is happy to commit with the condition of it being subject to the exploitation licence being granted (so makes no dependancy of licence needs to be issued before agreement is signed). I'm no expert chartist Plasbryn but I can see a nice developing uptrend when I see one with max/min lines. Expecting key news as just stated to break out of upward trend but buying in anticipation may do that as well? If it does then settle around 12p mark pre news, then citytilidie can have his Christmas present after that!!
perfect choice
25/11/2020
12:36
That's what I'm hoping to see too. It certainly would make for a great one!
lovewinshatelosses
25/11/2020
12:23
The chart is a peach.
plasybryn
25/11/2020
12:13
Two key statements are due out in the next few weeks. The exploitation licence and the MOU or possible offtake agreement. If these are both positive , then the share price will go straight through the 12p level, hopefully into the mid to late teens. Now that will be a Christmas present!!
citytilidie
25/11/2020
09:55
Well, it was not an expensive crystal ball :) OK - I will plump for at some point this week or next!
lovewinshatelosses
25/11/2020
09:49
The only questions timescale. It is when, not if.
johnveals
25/11/2020
09:35
This feels like the share price is primed for another move up and an attack on 12p. Anyway, putting it out there, to see if my crystal ball actually works, or if it is just an imitation :)
lovewinshatelosses
24/11/2020
19:21
OMG someone has used the E word.
johnveals
24/11/2020
13:29
bbb@8801: The periodic table has so many exotic elements. A minor mineral explorer like LON:JAY with more high-paid geologists than qualified industry managers can easilly become a 'jack-of-all trades'. It already has a massive 430ktpa MSP roll-out in eskimo country on its hands without 'any master of one trade' to manage it! Let us talk of creating one profit centre first to EVEN interest a community like OTCQB.
kemismelt
24/11/2020
12:33
Some may have noticed that in yesterday's RNS Bo was quoted giving details of our assets both actual and potential and he mentioned germanium, which I haven't seen mentioned before by Bluejay. Germanium is on both the US and European lists of critical minerals. If like me you know nothing about it, this is from the USGS website: 'Germanium is mainly a byproduct of zinc ore processing. It is a hard, grayish-white element; it has a metallic luster and the same crystal structure as diamond; and it is brittle, like glass. In addition, it is important to note that germanium is a semiconductor, with electrical properties between those of a metal and an insulator. The development of the germanium transistor opened the door to countless applications of solid-state electronics. From 1950 through the early 1970's, this area provided an increasing market for germanium, but then high purity silicon began replacing germanium in transistors, diodes, and rectifiers. Meanwhile, demand for germanium in fiber optics communication networks, infrared night vision systems, and polymerization catalysts increased dramatically. These end uses represented 85% of worldwide germanium consumption for 2000. World germanium consumption has been greater than primary production in recent years, but releases of germanium from government stockpiles and increased recycling have provided adequate supply. The yearend price for germanium in 2000 was $1,150 per kilogram.' Sounds like useful stuff. More info : Https://pubs.usgs.gov/periodicals/mcs2020/mcs2020-germanium.pdf Price has gone down in the last year or so but it still ain't cheap.
bigboyblue
24/11/2020
11:08
I suggest that everyone filters kemismelt - why give him oxygen by responding.
snowyflake
24/11/2020
10:17
bbb@8789: I think my offer of US$180/MT f.o.b. DUNDAS barge loader for bulk supply of 115ktpa of this lower TiO2 stuff under a long-term contract with a PVC should make better sense when you factor in the OFF-SHIPPING-LANE freight and selling expenses of smaller parcels through agents.
kemismelt
24/11/2020
10:11
One can only dream
luffness
24/11/2020
09:52
Well that's "heads down" time then and offline as well I expect!
perfect choice
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