Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bmr Group LSE:BMR London Ordinary Share GB00BWV0F181 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -3.57% 3.375p 3.00p 3.75p 3.50p 3.375p 3.50p 188,737 10:23:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.1 -0.8 - 6.38

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/7/2017
11:22
You know the answer to that question ......sparky LOLsss
qsmeily456
25/7/2017
21:02
I need a new pair haha
markjwal
25/7/2017
20:01
They must be small compared to yours markjwal, haha.
kryptonsnake
25/7/2017
19:56
Those are big boots to fill ljc haha
markjwal
25/7/2017
18:06
At least we're moving in the right direction, let's hope it stays that way.
kryptonsnake
25/7/2017
18:04
Conversation with BMR reported on LSE - generally mildly positive re funding may have resulted in a short flurry of buying.
fireplace22
25/7/2017
17:53
https://ibb.co/f6h0h5
ljchandler
25/7/2017
17:49
Are you filling your boots still QS?
markjwal
25/7/2017
17:27
Nice little kick from top ups LOLsss
qsmeily456
21/7/2017
17:02
Atino If only that digger was busy filling the conveyor belt for our processing plant! Lol! I am Surprised to see that they do not appear to using any kind of dust control / suppression, because BMR will surely have to as part of the processing agreement! When will everyone involved wake to the facts. Only BMR can really address and solve this toxic nightmare at Kabwe at its source!
stav5001
21/7/2017
12:31
Are we there yet?
mlangton1
21/7/2017
05:44
"....the funds will be put to good use..." Uncontrollable LOLsss!
99jeremiah
20/7/2017
09:16
Kabwe lead pollution exaggerated – council says 😲 – Zambia Daily Mail THE challenge of lead pollution in Kabwe has been exaggerated as information publicised by some international organisations suggests that Central Province’s capital is not habitable. Kabwe town clerk Ronald Daka said the district is still painted black due to lead pollution despite mitigation and remedial projects Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines – Investment Holding (ZCCM –IH) has implemented. “The lead issue to a very large extent is being exaggerated. Yes there is a problem of lead but we are talking about certain hotspots like in Kasanda, Chowa and Makululu,” Mr Daka said. Mr Daka said on Thursday during a stakeholders’ consultative meeting at Civic Centre that the level of pollution in Kabwe cannot be compared to Chernobyl in Ukraine, Dzershinsk in Russia or Fukushima in Japan. Mr Daka said people should not be afraid to live and invest in Kabwe because measures to address effects of lead on human health and the environment are being addressed. Mr Daka said out of the US$65.6 million the World Bank has given Zambia for a five-year environment remediation project targeted at critically polluted mining areas of Kitwe, Chingola and Kabwe, the latter has been allocated US$16 million. He said foreign media houses and some non-governmental organisations which go to Kabwe to cover and do research on lead pollution do not engage Kabwe Municipal Council (KMC). “People should understand that we are dealing with a town that has come through mining and it’s sad that we have received bad publicity,” Mr Daka said. “The problem is there but it’s not the way it’s being portrayed, Kabwe is generally a safe place.” Meanwhile, Kabwe mayor Prince Chileshe is optimistic that the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources will soon lift the ban on land administration agency of KMC. Mr Chileshe said KMC has made strides in addressing concerns that have led to the ministry suspending the land administration agency last month. Mr Chileshe clarified that suspension of the land agency does not affect KMC’s mandate to plan for development. hxxps://www.daily-mail.co.zm/kabwe-lead-pollution-exaggerated-council/
atino
20/7/2017
09:10
Morning guys - do you's remember the World Bank funds ?? 🤔 Well..the "$65.5M KABWE CLEANUP PROJECT" has BEGAN 🙌 [Quote 19 July] "$65.5M CLEANUP PROJECT LAUNCHED" Government has launched a 65 point Five-Million-dollar project aimed at addressing some environmental damages caused by mining operations in mining towns across the country. The multi-million-dollar Zambia Mining Environmental Remediation and Improvement Project-ZMERIP- will also focus on reducing environmental health risks through localised interventions. The project which is a partnership between the World Bank and the Zambian Government will be implemented by the Mines Safety Department, the Kabwe Municipal Council and the Zambia Environmental Management Agency-ZEMA. And Speaking at the Launch, Minister of Mines and Mineral Development Christopher Yaluma urged stakeholders involved in the project to support the noble cause to protect the lives of people negatively affected by mining activities. Mr. Yaluma said the project will be a new pillar of Health and assured the World Bank that the funds will be put to good use to bring sanity in Mining towns. And Central Province Minister Sydney Mushanga said Kabwe is the most prominent mining town that has been negatively affected by lead poisoning. Meanwhile World Bank Group Country Manager Ina Ruthenberg said the project will be of great importance to Zambia as the country focuses on diversifying its economy. hxxps://www.znbc.co.zm/65-5m-cleanup-project-launched/
atino
18/7/2017
21:12
Stav, it has become a war of attrition. The rations are all but gone. The hunger pangs add to the fatigue. Is there to be one last push over the hill. We must surely take this prize for which we have fought. Deception, embezzlement, fraud and dishonour have left their indelible prints on this unending conquest.
fireball xl5
18/7/2017
18:24
Despite lack of news....Current Valuation of 0.35P* borders on crazy! If only..... A handful of the larger Pi's could have bought the company now with the amount that they initially invested here. Battle scarred. We have come too far not to see this through!
stav5001
18/7/2017
08:32
Can funding be raised on the assets? Yes If it's for the full plant is that less or more risky than the last raise? Less LOLsss
qsmeily456
18/7/2017
08:23
Balls Assuming you are already in for the long haul you'll know the answer LOLsss
qsmeily456
17/7/2017
12:40
What is your view QS on the risk, reward, with the company in the throws of financing difficulties, well from what we can garner. The broker has downgraded but he was able to get a small placing away. The funding for the plant and working capital would require around another £1.75m to £2m based on burn and capital requirements we know about. Or 125 tonnes .3% of our Vanadium. I think Bozzer, Jezzer, a still and a few buckets required. We want moonshine. The dilution at £6.4 market cap would be pretty high. probably around 33%. It would at least get us there and although the EPS would fall we are still looking at a sizeable return even with 250m in issue. Once the production hurdle has been overcome then we can grow organically. 40p by year 3/4 and then onwards. At 3.5p they are looking very cheap if financed but if financing is required I can see 2.75p or lower. If ACI drops then after the placing has cleared its chucks away. Do I go a gathering?
fireball xl5
17/7/2017
10:22
Don't blame AB for the fall. Blame the sellers LoLsss
kryptonsnake
17/7/2017
10:00
Meaning the best deal we have is currently a deal that may not actually materialise, given the short history so far, there's nothing to assure shareholders ACI will come through. Comforting. ACI have had since the deal was signed to prepare themselves for the first tranche. There's no acceptable excuse for BMR to have found themselves in the position of going cap in hand for its latest placing at 3.75p, AB has been diabolical for the last 6-12 months.
banking_losses
17/7/2017
09:55
You don't present until you need to LOLsss
qsmeily456
17/7/2017
09:50
Eggs all in one basket Q finance wise, now the alternatives don't appear palatable otherwise they'd have been presented by now? Shareholders could always sell I suppose so not technically got a gun to their head but they're not informed enough to make a decision in most cases, due to lack of transparency from the board.
banking_losses
17/7/2017
09:34
Explain AB walked shareholders into a corner LOLsss
qsmeily456
17/7/2017
08:54
How low does the share price need to be to shake the apathetic stance of shareholders? Should see below 3p without some solid news on the financing front. AB has walked the company and it's shareholders into a corner, not looking good at all is it?
banking_losses
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