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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  6.00 3.37% 184.00 184.30 184.80 185.10 177.50 181.00 1,054,776 15:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 1,136.1 346.5 51.7 3.5 1,130

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02/9/2020
10:51
Just tanked, no surprises there
thags
02/9/2020
08:02
Despite the pandemic, Ukraine is increasing its exports. That includes iron ore of course. Https://www.unian.info/economics/ukraine-s-foreign-trade-exports-on-rise-despite-corona-lockdown-11132093.html "The largest shares of exports are: cereals (18.5%), ferrous metals (16.9%), as well as fats and oils of animal or vegetable origin (12.8%)." BB
bellbottom
01/9/2020
20:44
Big players all down! Rolls Royce -13% IAG -6% banks and oilers down too!
r9505571
01/9/2020
19:02
Why did the FTSE crash today? Any ideas? Good sign that this finished blue on a very dismal day.
lodgeview
01/9/2020
15:53
Yes would be great to see Ferrexpo pellets being loaded onto a continuous chain of rail trucks bound for China on the Silk Road! And great to see the directors ploughing their dividends back into stock albeit chickenfeed!
r9505571
01/9/2020
11:56
Shipping to China. Australia iron ore possibly losing out due to only utilising capesize ships which take a maximum of only about 300,000 tonnes. Larger chinamax ships take up to 400,000 tonnes. This potentially benefits Brazil and Africa who operate these larger chinamax ships, overall saving on costs. Ferrexpo only use capesize ships taking 210,000 tonnes. Https://www.scmp.com/economy/china-economy/article/3094610/australias-spot-chinas-top-source-iron-ore-under-threat-new Also, will the ongoing trade war between China and Australia have an impact on Australia's iron ore sales to China, which could benefit Ferrexpo of course? Https://www.scmp.com/economy/china-economy/article/3094610/australias-spot-chinas-top-source-iron-ore-under-threat-new Then there is the potential for rail freight from Ukraine to China. I believe this has its own political issues and is only being used for mainly retail goods currently. Ferrexpo have extensive rail fleets but I'm not sure on their infrastructure and potential links to China? Https://www.railfreight.com/specials/2019/06/04/ukraine-best-solution-for-china-traffic-to-central-and-southeast-europe/ Iron ore prices back on the rise again. Hopefully this will be reflected in a steady rise in sp? BB
bellbottom
31/8/2020
12:08
An interesting Sunday afternoon read. It may all come to nowt, but when situations become critical then action must be taken to avert a serious issue. No way of knowing what the outcome will be short term, medium term or long term. Hopefully it will all work out just fine and in any case will have no impact on Odessa Oblast region, which is critical with its Black Sea ports. Any ports on the other side of Crimea are subject to Russian interference as they have to pass under the Kerch Bridge, which has proved an issue in the past, with shipping seized by the Russian military. Certainly the Belarus situation is concerning for the whole region. If Lukashenko really did have 80% of the votes then he would have no fear for another election. That's a huge margin of victory. But I think we all know the truth of the matter. Http://khpg.org/en/index.php?id=1582412624 BB
bellbottom
31/8/2020
09:11
Has Putin invaded yet? Looks like Belarus is the one to watch, not water in Crimea.
simonsmithiv
29/8/2020
07:46
Lifted from KDNC's interim update... stimulus packages in China that have been beneficial to our investment portfolio. . China's impact in relation to the rapid increase in iron ore prices has been clear. It is still the world's biggest buyer of industrial commodities, and the vast majority seaborne trade in iron ore goes there. Indeed, in the first week of June, China's steel blast furnaces were operating at 92% of capacity, which is above the 80-85% rates considered normal. Currently, indicators of construction activity look strong and a pipeline of orders had already been building before the pandemic struck. In its aftermath, construction has been given an extra push by the Chinese Government's stimulus package. [1]
r9505571
28/8/2020
11:01
From today's Times...Russian troops have taken part in a seaborne landing exercise on Gogland Island in the Baltic Sea this week. Putin has warned Belarusian protesters against 'Brigandry'
r9505571
28/8/2020
11:00
So Simon 'now is the time to buy and not wet your pants.' That's what you posted yesterday. I'm assuming that you still stand by that or have you changed your tune based on the LSE post? Did you buy when you were advising a 'buy' yesterday? Would be nice to get some clarity on that one. BB
bellbottom
28/8/2020
09:04
Of course there is always a 'but.!' If there weren't then it would all be too easy. We'd all be uber rich. Didn't know that they had organic yak wool farms in Greenland. Thanks for the tip. BB
bellbottom
28/8/2020
09:01
I do highlight the positives as well as the negatives. But if it's bringing you down I'm happy to cease as I'm getting bored with it now. As to war. I have no way of knowing, only listing the facts and then making a judgement. 2021 or 2022 is a long way off in share dealing terms. A lot to be made and lost in that time. As I keep saying, I am more positive than negative. Given your charts, did you take the opportunity to buy big or top up? BB
bellbottom
28/8/2020
08:57
Nice tick up from the Share mag rec this am, will it last though? Oops, now I'm doing it, adding the 'but'.
simonsmithiv
28/8/2020
08:56
Always a 'but'. Seriously, must be an organic yak wool farm in Greenland you can invest in, can't see Putin invading there?
simonsmithiv
28/8/2020
08:54
I didn't state that the ex CEO was a crook. That's yet to be proven. But he is a wanted man and until his situation is resolved the share price will have his little black cloud hanging over it. As I've said before, I truly believe he will come to some sort of deal with Zelensky's government. Obviously that involves large amounts of cash and property. So be it. BB
bellbottom
28/8/2020
08:52
Glass is always half empty in your posts though, doom and gloom. Plenty more fish in the sea so why buy one where there's impending war, as you put it. Good luck wherever your funds end up. Maybe an organic farm in Sweden is more your thing?
simonsmithiv
28/8/2020
08:48
Well Simon, I've made over six figure profits on this share over 10 years. I've not always called it right. But with ten years knowledge of the company I've been able to choose my entry and exit points with some degree of experience. I am not saying anywhere that I believe Putin is about to invade. It's a distinct possibility in the future, but while covid is a global concern and Putin is looking to gain huge support for his personally backed vaccine, then by invading he would be making a huge mistake for his popularity. All my own opinion of course. Plus we have the distraction of Belarus where Putin has offered military support if requested. So in my opinion, if there were to be any military solution it would be 2021 or 2022 if at all. And there is always the chance of a compromise, though I can't see what that would be at the moment. I suppose if Zelensky gets booted out and we have a pro-Russian government in Ukraine, then that compromise would be more likely. By compromise I mean that Ukraine opens up the canal to Crimea. As you say, it's a risk. But I hope a calculated one. It's definitely more likely I would get out in the 220's or 230's under current circumstances. But circumstances change. Might be sooner, might be later. Happy to post when and if I do sell again. BB
bellbottom
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