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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
  0.375 3.09% 12.50 5,264,582 15:32:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
12.25 12.75 12.50 12.125 12.125
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 87.86 62.78 4.15 2.9 140
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:06 O 50,000 12.50 GBX

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19/9/2020
09:20
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 12.13p.
Bushveld Minerals Limited has a 4 week average price of 11.85p and a 12 week average price of 10.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 29p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.75p.
There are currently 1,119,057,953 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,559,729 shares. The market capitalisation of Bushveld Minerals Limited is £139,882,244.13.
11/9/2020
23:00
meanreverter: nvhltd: Generally you make some insightful critical points about BMN, which balance the adulation of its fan club, and your posts are worth reading. However, in your post 12954, you write: “Fortune is controlling the share price for his SA investors to get in and we’ve been promised 1,000Mwh of VRFB’S will be installed by Dec 31st. Exciting stuff.” I'm a bit puzzled by this. If Fortune is controlling the share price downwards, why is he puffing it by talking about the company's exciting prospects with VRFBs?
09/9/2020
13:58
jc2706: The interesting trading is continuing today with the seller indeed upping the ante but with the share price looking reasonably robust. How many days can they sell 2m+ shares?
01/9/2020
15:18
jc2706: Whoever it is or wherever they are getting the shares from, they are in complete control of the share price. When they stopped a couple of weeks ago the price rose rapidly indicating that there is a fair amount of buying pressure that is being offset by these incessant 500k (and occasionally 250k sells). The easy answer to the identity of the seller is that it is a large holder gradually offloading. Given this is AIM it is unlikely to result in a notification until it is finished (if at all if they are under 3% although the length of time this has been going on for suggests it is higher, but that could just be my judgement of the elapsed time). The slightly more convoluted answer to the identity is that this is actually based on Duferco's convertibles. As this is a vwap conversion price, holding the price down ahead of conversion is actually beneficial to the conversion price and the number of shares issued. If this is the case then it is likely that this is going to go on for another 2 months. And will likely happen again next year.
28/8/2020
14:10
jc2706: I think that most people are not querying what you are saying but rather why you are saying it. You profess to have a large holding, consider it unlikely that BMN will win any of this contract and suggest that the share price will suffer heavily if they don’t win any of it. Do you not see how these things are contradictory?
14/7/2020
17:12
cruxinvestor: Hi guys, here is out latest interview with $BMN.L CEO Fortune Mojapelo. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AX_WdScGDVw This is a well-run company with a good business plan, however, volatility with the Vanadium price makes it difficult to satisfy shareholders. They met their cost guidelines and production numbers, but the 2019 numbers disappointed because the revenue numbers fell (entirely attributable to the vanadium price achieved in the market). "The performance is there....and you expect at some level the share price looks after itself." We talk about the business plan and what needs to change. Are they being distracted? Should they protect their cash position? And when does the VRFB battery start to contribute more to the bottom line? Let us know your thoughts of the interview!
15/6/2020
21:03
capablanca64: Can anyone guess which plonker said this: Just for one moment will you all think about the impact on the share price once the first clinical human trials are completed and seen as a success on any of the below! I am sorry but I must say this the share price will be ten times what it is today. The market for targeted cancer treatments with little side effects and impoved life expectancy is worth billions to everyone.
27/5/2020
20:27
dontay: ferroalloynet 27 May, 2020The Bushveld Minerals Share Price Charged And Ready To Surge?HTtps://www.vanadiumprice.com/is-the-bushveld-minerals-share-price-charged-and-ready-to-surge/There is a buzz around the Bushveld Minerals (LSE:BMN) share price. As of 21 May, the broker consensus is overwhelmingly to buy shares in the South Africa–based miner and processor of vanadium. The story of this stock is about vanadium's role in batteries that could power a green energy revolution, so let's start there.Battery-poweredRenewable sources of energy are intermittent; electricity is only produced when the wind blows, the sun is out, and the rivers are full. Fossils fuels or nuclear power can step in to bridge gaps in supply, or water pumped high for later release, but suitable batteries will unlock renewables potential. Lithium-ion batteries are great, but suffer from short lives and can generate a lot of heat. Redox flow batteries are better suited to large scale applications like powering factories and running electricity grids. Vanadium looks to be the best metal to use in redox flow batteries. In fact, National Grid has deployed them already in its U.S. operations.Got the mineralsBuying Bushfield Minerals shares gains exposure to a business with significant scale in its industry and low-cost production. Vertically scaling up the VRFB value chain should also boost margins. Bushveld signed a joint venture agreement on 9 March to supply an electrolyte of the vanadium it mines to Invinity Energy Systems for their vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFBs). Bushveld also holds influential stakes in both Invinity and Enerox, a Germany-based manufacturer of VRFBs.Besides its use in VRFBs, vanadium finds itself used in alloys for tools, construction, and turbine blades. However, Bushveld is positioning itself for the anticipated increased demand for use in VRFBs. Vanadium prices slumped in 2019, but have recovered. Increased demand for use in batteries should support prices in the long term. Also, a healthy VFRB market will see Bushveld's investments in manufacturers of the technology do well.Share price bargain?Bushveld is not an exploration company, hoping to strike gold. It is an established outfit with history. The last published full-year financial results are from the year ended in 2018 when revenues and profits were $192m and $49m respectively. An update for 2019 reveals revenues are lower at $111.1m, unsurprising given the vanadium price woes, but is silent on profits. They will undoubtedly have fallen, which would put the trailing 12-month price-to-earnings ratio for the stock at 5.04, which looks very cheap, and misleading. However, even a 75% fall in profits would only lift the P/E to 20 or so, which is not extreme.The coronavirus crisis has hurt production at Bushveld. Still, management is confident that they have enough cash and credit facilities to survive. Even South Africa's volatile electricity grid, which forced reductions in power consumption for Bushveld in 2019, did not hurt production.Overall, Bushveld Minerals looks like a well-run mining company. But that is not what is driving the buzz around its share price. The coronavirus crisis should help focus minds on the looming climate one. VRFBs look ideal for greening up electricity grids, with industry analysts expecting them to do just that. Therefore Bushveld Minerals share price could be fully charged and ready to fly. If not then there is still a decent vanadium business there, which does make Bushfield a safer bet than the VRFB producers themselves.
25/3/2020
22:05
capablanca64: Hot off the press Alf is now claiming that a Chinese shorter developed the Corona virus just to drive down the BMN share price :)
17/12/2019
12:11
jc2706: Personally I think that is too high for VRFB uptake but I suspect that the BMN share price would react at lower prices. It is still very difficult to see where the Vanadium price is going to go. The suspected drivers thus year seem not to have materialized and the dominant factors would appear to have been a massive increase in Chinese production and substitution, neither of which were deemed as being likely to the levels we have seen. Given the fact that industry observers have proven themselves to be incorrect you have to wonder whether they will be any more accurate in the future.
20/5/2019
11:40
jc2706: Not sure that there is much correlation between BMN share price and the wider market but there certainly has been with the Vanadium price (not a straightforward 1:1 but correlated nevertheless).
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