Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Firestone LSE:FDI London Ordinary Share GB00BKX59Y86 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.65p 110,402 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.60p 6.70p 6.65p 6.65p 6.65p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -99.9 -28.4 - 33.89

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Firestone Daily Update: Firestone is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FDI. The last closing price for Firestone was 6.65p.
Firestone has a 4 week average price of 6.25p and a 12 week average price of 6.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 49p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.25p.
There are currently 509,668,312 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 757,075 shares. The market capitalisation of Firestone is £33,892,942.75.
tanelorn: anticipated? The share price is correctly weighed between zero and 15p,,, there are no certainties..
bigglesbingham: Hate these open offers , it does no one any favours. The price drips down to the offer price and the private investors tend to buy in for a quick buck which depresses the share price as they sell. This will hit 10p quickly then stay there for at least three months as the investors who buy at 10p drip into the market. Ridiculous discount but shows how desperate they are. Ironically they could have got money at higher price from major shareholders as the consequence would be the company goes bump which the major shareholders would not have let happen. This company is ran by the two corporate shareholders which is a worry. On a positive note the company should now survive and give it time to fund the big diamonds which we know are there.
andy: Phoenixs, Thanks for that industry summary, and I know it's your area of expertise, so the information is extremely useful. The state of the diamond industry is clearly not a pretty picture, in fact it sounds worse than I thought, I wasn't aware of the other Indian bankruptcy in the USA. You have to wonder why FDI are not doing more to increase production in the area where they might find some larger stones, the lack of them is probably contributing to the falling share price. They have talked them up so often, but are not producing any, and after so long people start becoming cynical. People seem to be losing faith, again!
andy: This is the key sentence in the RNS: "It should be noted therefore, that at current values, the Company would require additional financing and would need to restructure its existing debt obligations in order to be able to deliver such a revised mine plan". That doesn't read too well, and at the current market cap there is room for some further erosion in share price IMO. My top up will have to wait.
andy: superg1, Thanks, not what we want to hear but better to be aware of it. The falling share price tells its own story really, I guess those in the know have been selling / reducing. I'm looking to buy more but happy to wait patiently
tanelorn: Hi Superg1 > Agree GEMD, could be in trouble, although there are signs the Indian Market for lower grade diamonds is picking-up. Might help but things look a little uncertain as Gem has wasted a lot of money on a mothballed mine; Cash is reduced ! Lamphane and PRG, well i did watch the PRG fiasco unfold, but cannot see FDI being interested, nor able. Personally i think eventually FDI may be on the receiving end of a takeover bid, although with just 4 shareholders controlling well over 50% of the company, any offer would have to be strong, and hence i guess the mine will need a firmer track record. Always thought Lucara should have made an offer when the price was below 20p, it was after-all mooted. Both William Lamb and Stuart Brown displayed mutual respect towards each other. When i had a chat with the Chairman (LG), he did indicate this November as being a good date for reflecting on FDI's future. As for cpht we shall see,,,,, imo exceptional diamonds will be far more frequent than some people expect,,,, i'm sure they've found a modest blue, not small, but i can't prove it. It wouldn't take much to excite the share price. Caveat imo dyor etc. I am biased, i own far too many shares in this company.
tanelorn: Having re-read the previous news releases, there is some doubt in my mind whether we will get a notice tomorrow or have to wait until the Mid April quarterly release... I'm pretty sure that during my telephone call to Tavistock (FDI's PR ) i was informed we would hear on Monday, but there is some reservation in my mind. In the past February example, information was forthcoming, but if we as investors need to be 'trained' to only expect reports quarterly, we may have to wait. There is some logic in making us wait, ie if results were below expectation, ( but for good temporary reasons ) it would be soothing / calmer, if the quarterly report were then to explain along with the announcements of larger finds and good cpht calibration progress. I know i am contradicting my earlier posts, we'll just have to see. If the share price falls further i think it's only the faint hearted inexperienced investors.
tanelorn: I don't believe people when they say the mm's are walking the share price down, and general manipulation of the market, BUT, and i have only my current experience to go on, i tried to buy 100k and was quoted 50p when the nmv of 7500 was 0.485, with numerous mm's showing at 49p. I have managed to buy 30k @ 0.49 15k @ .495 7.5k @ 0.495 7.5k @ 0.499 and these piddly little orders have lifted the price of the company by 4% !!!!! what is happening?,
bigglesbingham: How longs a piece of string? The share price starting to tick up now on a very good rns. Imho once the main areas are mined I expect some very large diamonds, remember the loosen days when the quality of the mine was never in dispute and everyone knew there were some very large stones getting broken well this newly constructed mine will hopefully prove everyone right. I know it sounds like a ramp but just look at 8 years of historical reporting,
tradermel: Interesting post by "HPC Follower" on iii FDI is an obvious candidate for Anglo Pacific investment and Julian's directorship may have helped him get this new job. As Anglo Pacific CEO, he wil have a lot of influence over their funds for investment and he will want to see Audley get full value from their current FDI investments. Julian is no fool and has the business contacts/influence to make a success for both FDI and Anglo Pacific Group. This is encouraging and does explain why the FDI share price is recovering, assuming Anglo Pacific are in the mix for the new Plant plan.
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