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BRD Bluerock Diamonds Plc

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07 Dec 2023 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bluerock Diamonds Plc LSE:BRD London Ordinary Share GB00BKKJK954 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2.00 GBX

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Posted at 17/1/2023 11:20 by sicilian_kan
And the following is ominous..."Mr Leslie notified his intention to present a winding-up petition should the amount outstanding on the Loan Note not be settled by 13th January 2023. BRD has written to Mr Leslie's solicitor seeking further discussions and is waiting for a response."
Posted at 07/7/2022 20:23 by bigginge1
Got to be worth a little punt at the placing price. They are going to want to sell those loan notes higher than this
Posted at 05/7/2022 13:27 by livewireplus
Indeed ... It is expected that the SLN will be redeemed for ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 7 pence per share ...
Posted at 01/6/2022 10:31 by terminator101
There are even more useless companies out there than BRD, but not many ;-)
Posted at 31/3/2022 11:29 by grahamwales

I suppose you could call it laundering money from BRD to teichmann.

Mike Houston is linked with both companies.

Equipment and services bought from teichmann.
Posted at 28/3/2022 09:03 by tim000
BRD has massive potential but has a ridiculously low mkt cap due to legacy issues - now completely overcome. Should the company discover another 50c stone but this time of perfect quality, the share price could possibly jump 5x its current level. People on this thread who have been knocking the company mistake a depressed share price as a sell signal, when obviously the opposite was the case. I own 1.4% of the equity.
Posted at 14/3/2022 11:53 by tim000
We’re not well sighted on costs of the expanded operations yet. But the company had offered guidance of prices per carat of $400 from memory. Assume that is break even. That suggests EBITDA of £8 mn if your price and output forecasts are correct. As you say, not reflected in the share price.
Posted at 17/1/2022 14:52 by tomboyb
BlueRock Diamond shares surge as annual revenue more than doubles
Mon, 17th Jan 2022 14:40Alliance News
(Alliance News) - BlueRock Diamonds PLC saw its share price rocket by over 40% on Monday after it released positive results from the final quarter, and maintained guidance for the year ahead.

The Reading, England-based diamond producer reported revenue more than doubled year-on-year, up to USD10.8 million for 2021 from USD4.8 million in 2020. This meets the previous guidance range of USD8.8 million to USD11.6 million.

BlueRock's share price rose by 43% to 42.33 pence in London on Monday afternoon.

Total carats produced stood at 23,497, up 53% year-on-year from 15,371. Total tonnes processed was up 28% to 516,000, from 402,000 in 2020. The value per carat came in higher than the upper estimate of USD440 at USD470, and the grade also surpassed the upper estimate of 4.3 carats per hundred tonnes, coming in at 4.55.

The good news follows a setback in December, where a Covid outbreak in its Kareevlei mine in South Africa forced the company to halt operations. Despite this, the diamond producer still managed to produce 44% more carats over the quarter at 6,866, up from 4,781 in 2020's final quarter. Revenue in the final quarter also increased by 67% to USD3.0 million, from USD1.8 million the previous year.

Executive Chair Mike Houston said: "While we faced many challenges during 2021, we have seen production levels and the grade increase significantly and with that a 41% increase in our carats sold. The market has remained buoyant throughout the year with prices returning to levels above those of 2019 resulting in revenue more than doubling in 2021 compared with 2020."

Looking ahead to 2022, BlueRock expects first-quarter production to be "materially higher" than 2021 which saw 86,005 tonnes sorted, having the capacity to ramp up production when permitted by the weather, as well as existing crushed ore inventory.

It maintained revenue guidance for 2022, between a range of USD16.0 million to USD17.2 million, as the market remains positive, with diamond supply tight and demand high.

By Elizabeth Winter;

Copyright 2022 Alliance News Limited. All Rights Reserved.
Posted at 17/1/2022 13:43 by tim000
Absolutely, ray164. An absolute steal for any investor willing to take a medium term view and stop fretting about short-term share price volatility associated with covid - which the management were hardly responsible for!
Posted at 17/1/2022 12:52 by ray164
With the release of their production figures BRD has gone from appearing a bit flaky and slightly anxiety provoking to be invested in to being an absolute steal.

Finally they have completed the upgrade of the mine and are producing near the capacity of the new plant. If they get any where near their production guidance for the year ahead the company and its share price will be transformed.

Bought some more today before the share price took off.
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