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Ferrexpo Plc LSE:FXPO London Ordinary Share GB00B1XH2C03 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.60 2.2% 213.60 213.40 213.60 214.40 207.00 209.00 919,470 14:42:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 1,136.1 346.5 51.7 4.1 1,311

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30/6/2020
18:03
A nice steady rise up to 7th July now, hopefully, when it could take off again.
grechen
29/6/2020
06:43
zho, looking closely at FXPO chart , it does suggest a fall to about 162 support level in short term but a rally in US futures could change things and it is trying to rally at the moment but quite a struggle . DOW needs to break through 25200 level and now at just under 25100
arja
29/6/2020
06:35
thanks ZHO and I was just using the futures iron price on IG markets site which shows a md price of $A702 at present . I am sure yours is a better guide and more sophisticated. .
arja
29/6/2020
06:20
I use http://www.custeel.com/en/csi.jsp to check on prices. 96% of FXPO's production in 2019 was 65% Fe fines (the right hand column) and prices have been strong over the last three months, up from $98.15 to $115.95, only slightly below the early-June peak of $119.50.
zho
29/6/2020
06:14
on chart I use the oron ore price is falling in last day or so .
arja
28/6/2020
16:11
Australia considers iron prices will stay elevated (going from memory they are normally quite cautious) :- hTTps://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/world-s-top-iron-ore-shipper-says-robust-prices-are-here-to-stay-1.1457671
podgyted
28/6/2020
15:31
has gone a little below chart support and might be down further on monday after US markets tanked but most stocks will suffer.
arja
26/6/2020
18:52
I sincerely hope so gwillerz78. I'm all in on this one and need something to show for it..
thags
26/6/2020
18:38
I'm looking forward to seeing the half year results as confident they will be very good. Iron ore has been strong in H1 and costs in our favour. Sales have also been higher along with production. I also believe cash should be very strong. Not only as a result of the above but we are dipping into inventory to fulfill sales. Holding long and strong here and ignoring short term movements. Looking forward to seeing £3 again along with very attractive dividends on the way
gwillerz78
26/6/2020
14:25
Cadence's focus on iron ore opportunities appears particularly timely. The stimulus measures specifically relate to infrastructure which benefits Steel demand which by derivative benefits Iron Ore consumption. Argus publications have reported April and May 2020 China steel production higher than that in 2019 and have predicted that China will produce over 1 billion tons of Steel in 2020. This will require more Iron Ore globally and should support the long term Iron Ore price. China have announced over $140 billion in provincial bonds with increasing government incentives in real estate and infrastructure, which account for over fifty percent of Chinese domestic Steel demand. It is clear that steel production and therefore Iron Ore demand is at the front and center of global stimulus policy.
r9505571
26/6/2020
14:06
Iron ore maintains $100/ton but UBS says price 'unsustainable' Jun. 25, 2020 12:57 PM ET|About: Vale S.A. (VALE)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Iron ore continues to climb, reaching $103.55/ton, and has held above $100 nearly every day since late May as major supplier Brazil continues to struggle with its coronavirus outbreak, raising the risk of mine disruptions. Vale (NYSE:VALE) has the capacity to improve its run rate to achieve its annual guidance but the risk of disruption from coronavirus remains high, UBS says, as Brazil has yet to get its pandemic under control. UBS raises its average FY 2020 iron ore forecast to $91/ton but expects just $80 in 2021, cautioning that $100 is "unsustainable" and should drift lower as China enters a seasonal lull and exports from Brazil potentially recover from a weather-impacted Q1. But S&P Global Platts offers a more upbeat price outlook, saying iron ore supply is far tighter than expected and operational issues at mines and ports in Australia and Brazil can have a significant impact on prices.
r9505571
26/6/2020
13:41
Another really bad week for fxpo while iron ore is holding? Any new news anyone on why its losing ground
thags
22/6/2020
12:06
wow , good performance today for FXPO in a weak overall market and now well above that chart support level .
arja
19/6/2020
21:27
* deleted due to mindless downvote on 7388. Whoever has a problem with trying to reclaim 20% of the 35% withheld Swiss tax... speak up and discuss. Say what your problem is. Coward.
bozzy_s
19/6/2020
18:49
unless US markrts make a late recovery which could happen as over an hour to go to the close, Fxpo likely to head towards the 162 chart support level and especially if it moves below 175 level . Hope I am wrong for those still holding stock
arja
19/6/2020
16:40
Fxpo is so frustrating. The only stock in my portfolio which tanks with good news, no news or tanks further with bad news. The p/e ratio is so low yet it always fails to reach a p/e of 4. I'm going to sell before ex div date next time as the share loses more value than the dividend then buy again after it's customary tank
thags
19/6/2020
16:07
https://www.stockopedia.com/amp/two-important-factors-that-could-move-shares-in-ferrexpo-80788/
r9505571
19/6/2020
12:39
and kremlin's invasion, they can turn the screw at any moment
bo90
19/6/2020
11:35
Cometh the OXMAN! Yes please buy lots of shares. The share price needs support!
r9505571
19/6/2020
11:04
May be London listed and Swiss registered but mines are in Ukraine-that's the problem with this company-it's government, courts and wheeler dealers.
cumnor
19/6/2020
11:01
Ore still holding up. Time to buy perhaps.
its the oxman
19/6/2020
08:05
Disappointed in the RNS this morning, which is in addition to last weeks order for Zhevago's detention by the Kyiv court. I suspect Mr. Zhevago is refusing to cooperate or pay up what he owes and they are keeping the pressure up until he agrees to some sort of deal. Practically speaking, these 50.3% shares were never going to be disposed of anyway but that doesn't mean it won't have an effect on the sp, which in combination with other factors, has seen the price drop further than expected after ex divi day. I still believe this will get above £2.00 and climb higher. Only now it may take a bit longer. Interim divi payment 3rd July and 2Q production report 7th July to look forward to. BB
bellbottom
19/6/2020
07:50
chart suggests FXPO is looking a bit toppy but I notice it bounced off 175 chart support hit some days ago . needs to hold above that level I think or could start a short term downtrend .
arja
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