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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Botswana Diamonds Plc LSE:BOD London Ordinary Share GB00B5TFC825 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.925 0.90 0.95 0.925 0.925 0.93 0.00 08:00:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.8 -0.1 - 7

Botswana Diamonds Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/6/2021
16:55
I certainly mentioned this fund raising at discount with free warrants that can be sold etc etc Whilst this is ok for the few for it does not really offer confidence to people considering buying.
pjl4
24/6/2021
15:09
This relentless sell off is frustrating. Downside of fund raising with warrants attached I suppose. Beats why they don't hang in to the though !
holdingtight
21/6/2021
08:51
third largest gem diamond of all time found in Botswana.Food for thought
oldtimer169
10/6/2021
08:32
FOOOKAA 69 also on site ! be aware !
emilio
10/6/2021
08:02
A positive and promising RNS
pjl4
10/6/2021
07:55
Another piece in the TR/Mars jigsaw. Triple the previous ore body. They are clearly confident that the two will conjoin. A fascinating couple of months ahead. Plus who knows what else from the Kalahari.
perroverde
10/6/2021
07:53
Excellent news. Very encouraging . Way undervalued . Easy multibagger in the making
gottopickapocketortwo
10/6/2021
07:26
May sampling info not available until July Not drilling to test the guess until August... When is the next fundraise due ?
fenners66
14/5/2021
10:32
I think this was an earlier discussion which I may have got wrong. Are the warrants that are being exercised @ .6p the free warrants that come with the shares bought at a discount to market price in an earlier 'offer' to some holders?
pjl4
07/5/2021
12:32
Sorry Fenners66.
georgeo1
07/5/2021
12:32
Alright...but...Fenners69 is also always correct.
georgeo1
07/5/2021
10:37
Fenners, you don't appear to know much about jewellery or Pandora. They are very successful and go for the mass market i.e sterling silver, custom jewellery , not high end stuff. Why don't you go to one and buy yourself a nine carot ring?
ein4
07/5/2021
10:21
Jewellery yes. Diamond jewelley - no way. Clearly does not understand the jewellery market either.
atlas1234
06/5/2021
22:56
Pandora as per their published accounts "Pandora is the world's largest jewellery brand. Known by more consumers and crafting more jewellery than any other brand in the industry, we provide affordable luxury to consumers in more than 100 countries." Revenue 2020 19.009 Billion DKK Gross Profit 14.534 Billion DKK From Pandora press release "Pandora, the jewellery brand, has announced it will stop using mined diamonds in its products. In a press release the Danish firm said it would begin to use stones created in a laboratory that would be identical to excavated ones. “They have the same optical, chemical, thermal and physical characteristics and are graded by the same standards known as the four Cs – cut, colour, clarity and carat,” the company stated. The move is part of a sustainability push by Pandora. The company said 60 per cent of the energy used to create its new “Brilliance221; collection for the UK, featuring artificial diamonds, had come from renewable sources." That is the largest jewellery brand in the world saying no to mined diamonds. A large part of the market Botswana Diamonds Accounts for 2019 Revenue - Nil Losses £905k But accepting what is going on in the real world was never a 162 Group gambler's strong point.
fenners66
06/5/2021
04:42
Yet another useless comment from one who does not understand the diamond. That value will never be at the consumer, commiditised end of the business in which Pandora operates, but at the real, large gem and fancy goods end which can only be produced naturally and not by synthetic means. Classic rubbish from te serial Teeling hater.
atlas1234
05/5/2021
14:14
While the ones deep in the ground are already made...naturally.
georgeo1
05/5/2021
14:13
That's right lab grown carbon needs the temperature of the surface of the sun to produce diamond or a single diamond. Yes, very economic friendly..duh.
georgeo1
05/5/2021
14:01
fenners66-eco friendly!! What planet are you on-stop the spin and get your facts correct. The lab generated diamonds generate a carbon footprint 6-10 times greater than those mined. China is the largest production source of these imitation items (called diamonds by some) with very large energy consumption using coal.
1teemore
05/5/2021
11:37
And I reckon the energy required to make diamonds hardly makes them green, probably less so actually.
elmfield
05/5/2021
11:35
Lab grown diamonds my push the price of the real thing down, I expect people would purchase when the price of the real one drops. In the long run a very good investment.
georgeo1
05/5/2021
11:32
lab grown are akin to a classic car replica....sometimes hard to tell the difference from a distance but the purists are always going to pay a hefty premium for the real deal.
oldtimer169
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