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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.30 0.25% 122.60 663,428 14:16:59
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
122.30 122.60 130.30 122.30 130.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 1,862.16 791.96 109.59 1.0 753
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:14:41 AT 331 122.60 GBX

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Ferrexpo Daily Update: Ferrexpo Plc is listed in the Industrial Metals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FXPO. The last closing price for Ferrexpo was 122.30p.
Ferrexpo Plc has a 4 week average price of 120.80p and a 12 week average price of 120.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 512.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 105.50p.
There are currently 613,967,956 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,404,765 shares. The market capitalisation of Ferrexpo Plc is £752,724,714.06.
hamhamham1: And others elude to, the 17p quote, well thats the share price low in Jan 2016, 16.75p, so no historic low close to current. Does anyone know the reason that this share price was previously walked down from 500p to 17p from 2011 to 2016??? And also the reason for 2008 the 433p down to 22p in a single year? This one is the great recession I guess :) stupid me!
1knocker: I would not put much faith in charts at present where FXPO is concerned. Its the ebb and flow of the war (mainly ebb imo, despite the propaganda) combined with recession fears which will determine price movement. I confess that I am a little surprised that the share price has been hit as badly as it has. The combination of US enthusiasm for war with Russia (can the USA really afford the humiliation of a Russian takeover in Ukraine given the stance it has taken?), profitability, and the declaration of substantial dividends notwithstanding the war and consequent transport problems, might have been expected to enable FXPO to maintain the trading range it appeared to be establishing between about 145 and 175. I always thought 200 too optimistic, but unless something changes radically I shall be in for some more if it gets toward 115.
thags: looking at Custeel the price of iron ore has dropped off quite heavily recently with the 65% pellet premium nearly half from the peak. I still see downward pressure on the share price until some solid worldwide demand starts again, which is looking increasingly unlikely and/or some russian resolution which again looks very unlikely. I'm not feeling bullish about FXPO for now so looking to pick some up again as it falls lower hopefully towards the strong 100p support level with the double dividend already gone I'm not seeing another dividend for a while
1knocker: I don't usually like share buy ins, but I cheer anything which keeps my money away from grasping Swiss fingers. Buy backs help the dividend in future, but I wonder whether they will light much of a fire under the share price in present circumstances. I thought that the resumption of dividends, and the vote of confidence that is, would have done more for the share price than it has. Can't make ip my mind whether now is the time to buy back in the hope of another run up, or whether to wait and hope for a price closer to 130. Very difficult to be confident of trading ranges in a market like this, and with a war on. Also, if RIO, Glencore, BHP pull back a bit more topping up for the safer returns there becomes relatively more attractive than another punt on FXPO. There may be something to be said for calling a day on trading FXPO in bear market and a war, whilst I am ahead.
1knocker: I can't see Russia annexing the whole of Ukraine. I sold out of FXPO, bought back at an average of 146, sold at 175 and bought again today at 150. I think the answer must be to keep trading to get the capital at risk down, and hope the range is about 150 to 175 at present. The thing which really would give the share price a fillip would be the declaration a dividend. It need not be huge, just something to remind the market that FXPO is still in business and making profits. It would be easily affordable.
1knocker: My best guess is that this is going to be a slo grind. I sold on the invasion, bought some back at 133, sold again at 175 and now loo to a gradual deflation of the 'plucky little Ukraine is going to thrash big bad Russia' hysteria, a realisation of the sheer destructiveness of an attritional war, and a fall back of the FXPO share price into buying territory under 150. In unsetlted markets around the world, with he impact of sanctions on the west beginning to sink in, it should get there. Patience is the key.
1knocker: Its not entirely logical as Russia seems to be reducing the scope of its ambitions and concentrating on more limited more easily achievable targets, but a defeat for Ukraine in the current seige might bring the share price back a bit to a buying level.I think Zelinski's apparent keenness to continue the war whatever the cost to Ukraine is probably also weighing on the share price He seems to have completely bought into the USA's enthusiasm for fighting to the last Ukrainian in order to cause maximum cost to Russia. Either that or he sees that the west is determined not to allow Russia any face saving way out so the only choices are fighting a long war of mutual destruction with Russia or cutting loose from the west and capitulating. A pair of 'lose lose' options for Ukraine, but that is what happens when a country allows itself to become the instrument for a more powerful nation to fight a proxy war. There are no free lunches. Billions of dollars worth of kit and financial aid is only provided where the donor sees advantage to itself in doing so. I see no reason to make haste to buy FXPO at present. Its a shame, but one has to be realistic.
mister md: Meanwhile, FXPO share price continues it's tentative recovery ...
lodgeview: I think 250 is a very reasonable price to pay NOW all things considered. Remember this was 500 at its peak - I know iron ore price was at the peak for 20/21 results but still. This company is a debt free cash cow and there seems to be a shift in Russian objectives. If they are indeed going to concentrate on their efforts purely in the Donbas region then an share price rerate is due as the mines are safe and it's business as usual, providing Odesa doesn't come under fire. Any hint of a Russian withdrawal from the rest of Ukraine (I see this as a very distinct reality) will see this spike upwards and you won't be able to buy in until share price of 200 plus.
turvart: I just hope this war comes to an end, I'm still holding but I confess I thought it would of been over by now with peace talks. What really concerns me about holding is if port of Pivdennyi gets bombed or even taken over this could really hamper FXPO operations and bring the companies revenue drastically down, if this happens it's basically going to push FXPO share price to a penny stock overnight, I'm hoping this is going to be a slim chance and only holding what I can expect to lose if the share price does crash overnight.
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