Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bushveld Minerals Limited LSE:BMN London Ordinary Share GG00B4TM3943 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -2.26% 10.80 2,833,040 15:57:45
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.70 10.90 11.20 10.80 11.05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 65.82 -27.55 -2.19 129
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:12 O 45 10.90 GBX

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Bushveld Minerals Daily Update: Bushveld Minerals Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BMN. The last closing price for Bushveld Minerals was 11.05p.
Bushveld Minerals Limited has a 4 week average price of 10.65p and a 12 week average price of 10.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 24p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.60p.
There are currently 1,191,561,543 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,592,315 shares. The market capitalisation of Bushveld Minerals Limited is £128,688,646.64.
purchaseatthetop: That is really clever. Announce a total funding figure of $30m so that this sticks in the brain while you only need $15m. Get Mustang and BMN to pay the $15m so cash available and ready. Nobody spots mystery shareholder paying nothing. The fun bit is also the words in the 27.4.21 RNS that certain shareholders in MUST havevthe right to take shares directly in the consortium and not BMN if MUST does not restart trading by 31.12.21. Looks like BMN could be diluted right down. Garnet Commerce have spotted the ruse and issued High Court claim in July 21. No prospectus for readmission for trading has been issued for MUST. Therefore now it is unlikely that the 31.12.21 restart of trading will happen. Most shareholders in MUST will get BMN confetti. Some will get consortium shares instead. Looking at how this has been planned the mystery shareholders will own more than 75% of VRFB H at the end and we know what that means. Update..I bet the shareholder with the right to shares in VRFB are actually Acacia Resources (see strategic investment RNS 12/3/21). They have 16.25% of the shares and an option to add another 16.25%. So, they have around 33.25% and all the other holders are diluted. Add Acacia to the mystery shareholder even diluted by 16.25% and they have 75% and can pass Special Resolutions. The Mustang Capital raise clns for $8m at 10% that got the cash to put into VFRB and then into Enerox is repaid with BMN shares. Actually everybody except Acacia Resources get BMN shares. So BMN shareholders paying the price. Legal theft of $15m. Well done Fortune.
megaman2: So bmn own 51% of vfrb-h .vfrb- h owns 50 % of enerox.they needed to pay $7.5 million . They only paid half. Must have subscribed for 22% of vfrb-h. Reducing bmns holding and must have paid $7.5 million for the 22% . That's from memory but I'm pretty confident it's correct. I have posted here what a fantastic deal it was for bmn as they only put in $3.75 million so far for a c 19.5 % stake plus their initial investment which was part a loan I think. I'm surprised none of the rampers picked up on what a good deal it was probably to busy organising the £1 party...if must can't relist prim and the other investor into must can convert their clns direct to vfrb- h shares or bmn shares!!! I'd be taking the vfrb-h shares so I'd be expecting the bmn dilution to 19.5% to be in effect regardless of if must relists or not.
megaman2: If you believe in vfrbs the real share price growth will be in the vfrb companies and that's why I am buying them directly as bmn has limited upside .it's c 20% share of enerox is c 2p in the current share price if the market decides to attribute a valuation.
megaman2: Interesting post from libero part of the ramp team use to post daily the same list of positive news flow then write 35p next week then the news would come and the share price would fall...he is saying he doesn't post because it's not as influential on LSE any more and sticks to telegram....the game is up. A self admission when you ramp a stock continuously with calls for the share price to be double next week and it keeps going down of course you will have no credibility ...that's why him and others relocated to the self regulated telegram group....there's only pdub left and he has s different tactic he uses when the going gets tough....
purchaseatthetop: manni....if you are talking to me then I have made it clear that I will only buy when it hits 7p and MF has gone. Nothing I write here will have any impact on the share price for gods sake! BMN is really interesting and I like to follow it. It is a bit of a soap opera. Finally, as far as I can see I do not have to be invested to comment. Oddly I have been posting that the share price is going to fall since I sold at 14.5p (final part) and warning others why. This has proven to be correct actually. Maybe I have helped somebody not lose more money, who knows? So...i shall keep posting occasionally as I have a right to. Have a good weekend.
manni786: So let me be blunt and ask why on earth you are still here? Let me guess being a good samartian and saving others from being duped etc? Go help the homeless or volunteer at your local hospital if thats what you want. But clearly we both know you want a cheaper buy in price. If thats not the case visit your local hospital as if its not to volunteer then get yourself checked out. Anything you or I say wont have an effect on the share price so by all means keep at it as long as it keeps you happy. Come back in afew years and don't kick yourself too hard when you see the share price then. Much love (",)
megaman2: The audacity to come on here and post about 1 lie that was actually a use of inacurate data by Asian metals is bewildering. They won't make too much of it as the last thing they want is for punters to come and read advfn and realise the posting here has actually followed the share price performance. Opposed to their narrative of 30 p next week £1 party the company is doing a great job and is dislocated from the share price - that's being going on continuously for the last few years.......make your own mind up....all you have to do is read some historical posts it's not hard to figure out from there....
dontay: Don't tell the 'sound bite' no- nothing rampers $80 per kilo this year stupidity but ... Https://www.argusmedia.com/en/news/2248098-european-vanadium-price-outlooks-diverge?backToResults=trueEuropean market participants are split on the outlook for regional vanadium prices over the rest of this year, with some expecting prices to jump from September as steelmakers return to restock but others wary that China's steel production cap could weigh on global prices.Ferro-vanadium prices have remained stable throughout the summer, despite the seasonal dip in demand from steel mills, averaging $39.38-40.46/kg duty unpaid Rotterdam since the beginning of the third quarter. This is up significantly from the full third quarter of last year when prices averaged $23.80-24.40/kg du Rotterdam, as Covid-19 restrictions hampered steel production and demand.Some market participants expect demand for ferro-vanadium to increase significantly once steel mills return to the market in early September, which converters hope will bring prices up more in line with input costs. The spread between regional prices for ferro-vanadium and its feedstock, vanadium pentoxide (V2O5), is currently unusually wide, with V2O5 at $9.50-10.00/lb duty paid Rotterdam - a level at which converters would typically aim to sell ferro-vanadium at $42/kg or more in order to achieve healthy profit margins. Argus today assessed prices for ferro-vanadium at $38.50-39.50/kg duty unpaid in Rotterdam, unable to push much higher until demand picks up.European demand for V2O5 has also slowed during the summer, with market participants repeatedly describing the spot market as "dead" and "non-existent" in July and August. Prices have remained firm - supported by Chinese export prices and the ever-present logistical delays that have disrupted supply chains for many commodities - although some market participants warn that this could partly be symptomatic of low liquidity and a downward correction could follow when trading activity picks up again. Chinese export prices have averaged $9.31-9.57/lb fob since the start of July, having reached a peak of $9.50-9.75/lb fob at the beginning of August.While most market participants expect next month's return of European steel mills to lift prices in the near term, some are wary that China's decision to limit steel production could weigh on global vanadium demand in the longer term.Beijing has decided to cap steel production so it does not exceed 2020 levels, which is likely to dampen Chinese demand for vanadium, and strong Chinese steel output in the first half of this year could lead to significant production cuts from July-December in order to meet this target."A little bit more demand in Europe will not move the dial too much. China is much more important from a global perspective," a European trader told Argus, while a converter said, "I expect prices will increase to $41-42/kg, but I do not think prices will go above $45."
saghir786: ATM, Doing well ....I really think that atm will surpass the BMN share price this year or next
purchaseatthetop: Megaman...re your post 18046 it simply proves that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. More dangerous still is the existential threat to BMN future shareholder value. Vanadium prices down another 1.5% across the board and now all the price gains of the last six months have nearly gone. This is the problem of spending all your cash pile and running up debt. Who is the Ocean Finance for BMN in November 2021? They run out of money completely then IMO. 7p share price coming and MF getting thrown out.
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