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
  2.10 1.61% 132.15 3,620,544 16:35:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
131.55 131.65 136.60 128.00 130.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 999.04 307.41 44.62 3.0 811
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:51:08 O 16,479 132.15 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 130.05p.
Ferrexpo Plc has a 4 week average price of 128p and a 12 week average price of 128p.
The 1 year high share price is 305.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 128p.
There are currently 613,967,956 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,958,554 shares. The market capitalisation of Ferrexpo Plc is £811,358,653.85.
bellbottom: Alamaison5, 'what bad news?' I would like to think you are right. But Ukraine has had a major change this year, with the elections ousting oligarchs, including our own CEO, and a new regime with the will to combat corruption. You put that together with the conditions set by the IMF for future funding and the new govt are bound to seek out and prosecute in the case of the defunct banks, which includes Zhevago's one time bank. I really don't think this is all bluster this time and he will either have to pay up an agreed amount to 'clear his name' or face the courts. This is bound to effect share price, but having said that, yes these appear cheap in the 130's but then they were also cheap when they were a lowly 16p. Let's face it, we don't know what is really going on or what is going to happen next. BB
bellbottom: Privatbank and how things have changed in just a few short months. What could this mean for the Ferrexpo CEO's situation with his former Bank of Finance and Credit? Https:// Today's Kyiv Post article updates the situation with Privatbank. Https:// Short copy from the Kyiv Post article: "It is in London, however, where Kolomoisky’s chickens may yet come home to roost. PrivatBank, which the oligarch co-founded in 1992 with Boholyubov, among others, was the country’s largest lender when it faced collapse in 2016, shortly after forensic auditors discovered a $5.5 billion hole in its ledger. The state saved the bank injecting the amount of money, which its co-owners allegedly embezzled in a fraudulent, Ponzi-like scheme. The accused have strongly denied all wrongdoing. But the Oct. 15 appellate ruling, from the second-highest U.K. court overturns a December 2018 judgement by the lower High Court of Justice, which ruled that British jurisdiction did not apply to PrivatBank’s fraud claim. It means the pair will face English justice, unless they convince the U. K. Supreme Court otherwise. PrivatBank is now seeking to recoup $3 billion from its former owners. The claim’s principal amount was $1.9 billion initially, growing to $2.6 billion with interest as proceedings in England got underway. Interest continues to accrue at $500,000 per day." The situation with the CEO of Ferrexpo will not go away very soon and could be hanging over Ferrexpo for a few years to come? Not good for the share price. BB
bellbottom: Https:// It's way too soon to be buying back in, in my opinion. We need some clarity and a conclusion to the CEO situation. If you add that to the US/China ongoing tariffs debacle and drop in iron ore prices, then it may be best to sit on ones hands to avoid catching that falling knife. To be clear, I hold about 45,000 of these shares but not averse to buying more when the time is right, whenever that might be? BB
dasv: "Back in London, Ukranian mining company Ferrexpo has revealed that its chief financial officer cashed in more than £400,000 of shares last week....just before its share price plunged after its auditors quit. My colleague Jasper Jolly explains: Chris Mawe sold 150,000 shares worth a total of £402,045 on Thursday, hours before accounting firm Deloitte resigned as auditor following a scandal surrounding potential misappropriation of money paid by Ferrexpo to a charity called Blooming Land, which supports local social and health projects in Ukraine. Deloitte’s resignation triggered a 28% fall in Ferrexpo’s share price on Friday. At the time of writing Ferrexpo’s share price was £2.07, about 23% below the £2.6803 price at which Mawe sold." Https://
foxy22: Where did u read this.I hope this is not impactful on fxpo share price
arja: might help zho - FXPO share price has not had a bad day and trending the right way . I must switch freesat TV on and look at bloomberg Tv
foxy22: When are the resultsDo u think trumps tariffs will effect fxpo share price
bellbottom: I am still confused as to last week's surge in price up to the high 190's in view of the iron ore price and the longer term predictions for a general lull in price in a range of $45 to $55 per ton through 2017 and 2018. At $45 per ton, how should this accurately be reflected in the FXPO share price? I know there are other factors involved and FXPO has the advantage of selling a greater proportion of the 65% FE pellet. Are they still on course to be debt free/cash positive in 2019? 2nd Q production report on 6th July - that should be interesting.
gilesgraves: Yes totally agree. Im doing some research this morning and I could see this having a retrace. JP Morgan have lowered their forecast from 195 to 180. Most of the forecasts are much lower but they have always been pessimistic on FXPO throughout its rise so thats not really an indicator. Iron ore is doing dreadfully. It could have bottomed out though but we are so far away from what was parity with FXPO share price. If FXPO had followed the same path as iron ore the Share price would be 130p by now. We have no major news as far as I can see. The weaker pound would have helped as FXPO's income is mainly in dollars. I see a huge buy was registered after hours on the 9th of over £800k at £1.95. I wonder whether that has been filled over the last few days and whether it is in fact a Buy...If it was in fact a Sell then Monday could be the start of a downtrend to more 'normal' levels. Thinking aloud and would welcome a view better informed than mine from others reading this.
gilesgraves: Looking at seasonality graph of iron ore. Easily googleable. April is the dip and beginning of May is the cheapest point in the year to buy. Another point of reference that gives me confidence that this is the start of a new wave up for the FXPo share price.
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