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FXPO Ferrexpo Plc

0.65 (1.51%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Ferrexpo Plc FXPO London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.65 1.51% 43.70 16:35:20
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
42.60 42.40 43.95 43.70 43.05
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Posted at 16/6/2024 12:10 by 1knocker
Now is not the time to be 'invested' in FXPO. Sadly, that time passed several years ago.

I weep for those who could have got out with a profit, or at the least very much smaller losses, but have held.

I fear that they were mislead by the period during which the FXPO share price defied gravity (and all economic reality) and spurned that golden opportunity to cash out.
Posted at 21/4/2024 10:48 by 1917again
Yes things lot better than were last week for FXPO
Logliar trebant bot wrong again. only person causing destruction in Ukraine is fugitive war criminal Putin
Republicans now coming round to supporting Ukraine. Trump never likes to loose and can see a good deal. Give 60bn weapons demonstration and the get 300bn of weapons orders. Already proven S400 is junk vs Patriot
300bn of Russian assets soon to be confiscated for was crimes
Things better for FXPO than they were last week
Posted at 16/4/2024 23:23 by 1knocker
I am sorry that my guess as to the way the FXPO share price would go has proved all too prescient. I fear it is too late to get out now, save for those with very large holdings, of which I hope there are none here. For the rest, I guess FXPO is now one for the sock drawer, with the hope rather than expectation that some years down the line it may come good. A bonus if it does.
Posted at 28/3/2024 15:57 by 1knocker
Add Biden to your list, Bellbottom. It would probably substantially increase your chances of being made happy, given the decrepit state of the man!

I look around me and see more ideological nonsense than I used to!

Actuaully, I am having rather a good day - big dividends have come in from BHP, DEC and Imperial Brands plus a couple of smaller ones, so the portfolio income account ends the quarter looking pretty healthy. While is good to see the market up, that leaves me pretty relaxed if there is a market pull back as I have cash to invest.

Speaking of dividends, I think it would be a good move to drop the 'big dividends' assertion from the header here - hopefully to be restored in due course. For the present though, it risks leading FXPO newbies up the garden path.
Posted at 25/3/2024 08:59 by tigerbythetail
That's just it. Good production news doesn't really matter here. And the war isn't really relevant either - despite the fetid fantasies of the pro-Putin fascist minority on these boards, the war is now a bloody stalemate, and it will never reach Poltava and FXPO. What matters is that the major shareholder of FXPO is seemingly despised by the Ukrainian authorities, who seem determined to take FXPO away from him. The only way they can do this is by acting against the Ukrainian registered subsidiaries via the trusted means of "lawfare". (I've had personal experience of this in Ukraine - trust me, it really isn't relevant if you are in the right. It's a question of who is strongest, and the state always is). So, Western minority shareholders here are exposed as collateral damage. From the Ukrainian point of view, they will just shrug and say "If you sleep with dogs, expect to get fleas".
Posted at 13/3/2024 17:11 by r9505571
From @baroninvestments...Sadly it does seem that whilst Zhevago is a majority shareholder these claims are not going to go away. The damage to Western minority shareholder continues as does the distractions. Frozen accounts at a subsidiary isn't a first and this relates to alleged waste stripping at FPM. Peel Hunt yesterday: "We continue to view these proceedings as efforts by the Ukrainian government to pressure the main FXPO shareholder into settling amounts with the Ukrainian Government over the failure of a bank he owned, rather than issues with FXPO directly."If the court approves application for creditor protection ($58,000), then likelihood is bailiffs come to site, appraise and seek the funds. It's a total mess with risks and yesterday was exacerbated by the biggest fall in Iron Ore this year.
Posted at 11/3/2024 17:31 by 1knocker
Years ago, I bought a chunk of FXPO at 25. Frankly, it looked a lot less risky then than it does at present.

I urged others to do as I did and sell out completely in the 170s after we had enjoyed a few moths back in trading between about 140 and 170, having initially sold out far higher a few months after the invasion, when the share price defied gravity for a surprisingly long period.

I think FXPO has a lot further to fall, even if it survives at all. There is a good busines there, but sreel prices are falling and, much more worryingly, there are state and private sticky fingers which would like to put that business i their own pockets.

Do be careful. This is NOT a buying opportunity, it is a signal to exit, IMO.
Posted at 11/3/2024 12:54 by sbb1x
$FXPO Ferrexpo falls after Ukraine prosecutor moves to freeze bank accounts @Ferrexpo #FXPO
Posted at 14/12/2023 15:52 by 1knocker
The west is unable even to say what it would regard as 'victory'. The level of 'shrinkage' in money and supplies plrovided to Ukraine is beginning to offend the US legislature, and if it becomes more widely known to the public will cause a huge backlash. No one likes to see gifts looted. Ukraine will not be admitted into NATO.

The best result for Ukraine would probably be a reduction in US support leading to a peace of sorts while there is something left to rebuild. Don't bank on largescale US reconstruction aid though, nor from Europe. There are plenty of calls on the largess of those cash-strapped allies which will rank higher than that, and when the degree of misappropriation becomes more widely known, that will make aid reduction easy.

Where does that leave any profitable Ukrainian business? Probably facing eye-watering taxation, and perhaps exproriation (nationalization with little or no compensation). enthusiasm for foreign shareholders will not be high when the aid tap is reduced to a tickle and Ukraine is left to survey the destruction, the graves, and the permanently incacitated. Zelensky will probably not last long either (he has plenty stashed away, and will probably go to Israel) and there may be a political breakdown to add to Ukraine's woes.

If peace does come (or appears close) FXPO should bounce, but I suggest that continuing holders should take that as an opportunity to sell. Possibly FXPO may become a decent investment prospect later when the dust has settled, and will almost certainly be a lot cheaper. Most importantly, any purchase then will be an investment, not just a blind bet.

This post will probably collect a stack of downticks. Just remember though that i am talking money not abstract morality here, as I have all along, and my track record is pretty good on FXPO: I advised getting out (as I did myself) duringf the period when for so long the FXPO share price defied gravity (and reality) at the beginning of the war, got back in with modest trades after FXPO fell and established a brief trading range (and picked up the last of the dividends), and finally got out for good when the price was last about 170, a price I said then was way too high. If there is ever any serious prospect that the glory days for FXPO will return, I shall be back. It was one of my largest holdings. But that day is not even on the horizon yet, and before it is I expect that there will be false dawn to sell into..
Posted at 01/11/2023 11:11 by 1knocker
It is virtually impossible to get any reliable information as to the progress of the war, or what is going on in Ukraine. this is a propaganda war as much as a shooting war.

My impression though is that the Russians are doing nothing like as badly as is reported in our press, greatly improving their interdiction of Ukrainian military supply depots and chains. Also that the Ukrainians are using ammunition faster than the west is going to be able and willing to supply it for much longer. Most importantly, on both sides attacks seem to be costly, and US attention is turning toward the Middle East. Surely neither side is going to go on repeating WW1 type attacks for much longer? Absent successful ground offensives, how do the Ukrainians push the Russians back? That suggests to me that the Russians will be content with a protracted stalemate, waiting for western enthusiasm for funding the war to fade., and the Ukrainians will be unable to dislodge the Russians if they go on the defensive.

Sanctions usually lose their impact with the passage of time, as ways around them are found and new trading patterns are established, so it seems improbable that Russia will be forced out of economic necessity to withdraw and accept a peace on terms such as would result in the lifting of sanctions (ie accept defeat). Certainly not while Putin remains in control, as such a peace would result in his personal downfall.

I also wonder about Ukrainian enthusiasm. Military and civilian casualties have been high, the grain farming industry is suffering badly, and with so much foreign money and hardware coming in the scope for corruption must be huge. No doubt there will be many who feel they are suffering the casualties and economic and property losses, while others are doing very nicely out of the war.

The legal problems FXPO is facing may well be symptomatic of wider breakdown of the Ukranian economy, financial pressures, and desire /need personally and governmentally to take what you can wherever anything of value is to be had. No doubt 'shrinkage' from western (basically US) largesse is still the favoured route to riches, as that is probably regarded as a 'victimless crime' (rather as shoplifting from a supermarket is seen as victimless in a way that shoplifting from a corner shop is not)for private enterprise theft and corruption, but the government will have its eye on Ukrainian assets in the 'wrong' hands.

If If enthusiasm for paying for the war does dwindle in the US, you can be sure that there will be no enthusiasm at at all there for continuing to prop up Ukraine financially if the war petters out in stalemate. Times could get a whole lot rougher financially in Ukraine if the war ends, or winds down that they are now. In that event FXPO will look an even more attractive prize. I certainly don't see it resuming the payment of large dividends to foreigners any time soon!

Sadly, i don't regard FXPO as investable at present, nor likely to be for years.

I am very glad to have got out before the share price caught up with reality, and think the risks far, far outweigh the prospective (but distant and very uncertain) rewards even at the current price, probably at half the current price.

Sorry to be so gloomy, but i think folks ought to be looking to salvage what they can from the wreck of their FXPO holdings if they have not done so already, and certainly not throwing good money after bad.

I just don't see any settlement to this conflict which would be acceptable to all parties, nor. much prospect of it being ended by a decisive victory by either side. Possibly if the USA and China were agreed as to some 'solution', both the Russians and the Ukrainians would have to accept it, because neither can go on with the war without the support of their main sponsors, but at present the prospects of the USA and China agreeing about anything seem even more remote than Russia /Ukraine agreement. All rather depressing.

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