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Firestone Diamonds Plc LSE:FDI London Ordinary Share GB00BKX59Y86 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.40p 0 07:30:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.30p 1.50p 1.40p 1.40p 1.40p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 47.13 -13.28 -2.12 7.9

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17/6/2019
09:20
Firestone Diamonds Daily Update: Firestone Diamonds Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FDI. The last closing price for Firestone Diamonds was 1.40p.
Firestone Diamonds Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.30p and a 12 week average price of 1.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.30p.
There are currently 565,471,782 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 618,338 shares. The market capitalisation of Firestone Diamonds Plc is £7,916,604.95.
06/6/2019
11:18
gbgold1: Mdalos1. I think you are on to something. I’ve had a feeling they are using accounting techniques to take cost to the Bal sheet reducing the COS to make the numbers look better. Not that this has helped improve the share price!
05/6/2019
20:26
andy: Jackbal, I wss referring to a situation where they had a problem with the plant or a production breakdown, rather than the poor share price performance. I think there's a good question for the BOD, to ask why they aren't buying if they're going on record suggesting investors do, I agree.
31/5/2019
11:45
andy: jackbal, Last time, April 15th, they issued 18.8 million shares at a VWAP of around 2.2p, so perhaps up to 23 million new shares will be issued next time at the current share price?
31/5/2019
10:01
andy: I wonder if management will reply to this email sent ny 'hedgehog' on the LSE? ------- 'pbosma@firestonediamonds.com'; 'rgenovese@firestonediamonds.com'; 'gferriman@firestonediamonds.com'; 'gblack@firestonediamonds.com' As a significant shareholder I’m concerned there has been no management buy, even at this low share price. You are sending a negative message to shareholders, to the market. We have been told of plans to reverse the plummet in the SP, would management buying FDI shares not show some confidence in the plan that you designed and we as shareholders have followed? I, and other shareholders are very concerned there are ulterior motives in regards to the future of the company. With deafening silence from the company on Diamond sales, prices, no management buys, what-so-ever, from directors with miniscule holdings and a share price that has fallen from 50p to 1.65p its time management communicated with shareholders and showed some commitment and confidence in the company. Can you please: • Confirm the price of the last 4 diamonds sold; • Purchase some shares to show commitment and that you believe the company has a future • Update the shareholders on further plans to reverse the plummeting share price and find more diamonds, possibly with a XRT machine. This is a very real concern for us, and some good faith from management is well overdue.
29/5/2019
11:17
andy: buywell2 - 14 Aug 2012 - 17:44:02 - 414 of 3662 Firestone Diamonds discussion thread - FDI Engineered MBO ? For peanut price of circa 2p a share when it hits 1p ------- Well that looks as though it MAY turn out to be prophetic, and I'll be the first to congratulate you if that is the case. With the current share price action, we shouldn't have too long to wait, sadly.............
17/4/2019
14:01
davethehorse: Can see them surviving OK but will shareholders see much benefit - not sure but those buying in at 2p may get some value if and when the lower end prices improve. The dilution with the debt payments every quarter the main problem with the shares imo, especially with the share price continuing to fall translating to ever increasing dilution, not a good situation..
15/4/2019
17:25
davethehorse: Been out of FDI since the 3.5p level for this very reason. More and more shares being issued to pay interest, lower share price = more shares needed to pay interest etc etc, as you say some would say a scam...
15/4/2019
13:30
andy: mdalos, My recent post referred to this: --- This is part of the problem, every quarter they issue new shares to PAC and RES in lieu of interest. This has been as follows: 6,693,627 31 December 2018. x 2 = 13,387,254 --- share price = 2.875 pence 4,623,608 30 September 2018. x2 = 9,247,216 --- share price = 4.375 pence 4,130,134 30 June 2018. x2 = 8,260,268 --- share price = 5.8 pence 3,004,634 31 December 2017. x2 = 6,009,268 --- share price = 8.85 pence On the basis that shares are issued using a VWAP price, I would expect around 17,400,000 new shares to be issued in a few days time. Existing shares 546,572,318 + 17,400,000 new shares would equal 563,972,318. The new shares are issued every quarter, do you see the scale of the dilution, which is increasing as the share price falls?
07/4/2019
10:33
andy: Tanelorn, This is part of the problem, every quarter they issue new shares to PAC and RES in lieu of interest. This has been as follows: 6,693,627 31 December 2018. x 2 = 13,387,254 --- share price = 2.875 pence 4,623,608 30 September 2018. x2 = 9,247,216 --- share price = 4.375 pence 4,130,134 30 June 2018. x2 = 8,260,268 --- share price = 5.8 pence 3,004,634 31 December 2017. x2 = 6,009,268 --- share price = 8.85 pence On the basis that shares are issued using a VWAP price, I would expect around 17,400,000 new shares to be issued in a few days time. Existing shares 546,572,318 + 17,400,000 new shares would equal 563,972,318. The new shares are issued every quarter, do you see the scale of the dilution, which is increasing as the share price falls?
25/3/2019
10:43
abtwo: Let us hope FDI's share price chart is not reflective of a hospital patient's heart rate trace...........the patient is dead!
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