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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Firestone Diamonds Plc LSE:FDI London Ordinary Share GB00BKX59Y86 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.20 0.15 0.25 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 45.1 -39.8 -6.5 - 1

Firestone Diamonds Share Discussion Threads

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02/11/2020
16:18
squib, I have to admit I've always thought one of the most polluting and wasteful exercises known to man is the exploration for and extraction of diamonds, where a manufactured copy is available, which is almost indistinguishable to even the expert eye. The layman simply couldn't tell the difference, but De Beers have used marketing to their benefit over the years, so people persist in wanting these tiny pieces of glass because of peer pressure. Interestingly, De Beers are now taking an interest in synthetics, so things might finally be changing...
andy
30/10/2020
12:03
Sky diamonds - the final nail for Firestone ? The Stroud company says the process is a way to challenge traditional diamond mining, which causes damage to the planet. It took the team more than five years to get the technique right, ensuring they are physically and chemically identical to Earth-mined diamonds. The diamonds - certified by the International Gemological Institute - take a couple of weeks to be made. "The entire ingredient list comes from the sky and it's not just low or zero carbon, it's actually negative carbon in that respect, because we're locking up atmospheric carbon into a very permanent form of carbon: the diamond," Mr Vince said
squibno1
27/3/2020
18:06
Delisted, the end! 26/03/2020 7:00am NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION TO TRADING ON AIM - XLON At the request of the Company the following securities have been cancelled from trading on AIM with effect from the time and date of this notice. FIRESTONE DIAMONDS PLC
andy
25/3/2020
13:52
Jack, To be honest, neither am I! Posting just in case, most of the regulars disappeared a year or so ago. Yet another AIM disaster, everyone but the shareholders were well rewarded along the way though, so that's fine.........
andy
25/3/2020
11:49
I'm not sure anyone cares, Andy!
jack jebb
25/3/2020
10:35
The mine has been put on a three week shutdown, and quite right too. This is in accordance with the South African government's three week lockdown order.
andy
24/3/2020
10:27
Ast, Agreed, and still some buyers around this morning. At least an exit for those that want closure.
andy
18/3/2020
12:05
Nothing but a hopeless gamble now
astjgroom
17/3/2020
16:52
Now down 43% to a new all time low of 0.08p.
andy
16/3/2020
15:44
20% up on a nightmare day for the markets! In days gone by FDI on the leaderboard would have generated many posts, at least a chance to get out a tad higher for some.
andy
14/3/2020
16:07
FDI now down to 0.13p! and that's the post consolidation price!!! I remember £2 per share PRE Consolidation!
andy
05/3/2020
23:24
FDI up today, though I can't understand why.
andy
03/3/2020
13:03
dave, You're kidding, right? Right? Another new all time, low achieved today, not a surprise really unless people want shares in a private company better to sell and get anything back they can. I know the cost saving of not having an AIM listing is significant but they could have listed them on Britdaq just to allow trading going forward, on a matched bargain basis at minimal cost.
andy
26/2/2020
08:35
Will FDI be a takeover target?
davethehorse
25/2/2020
22:18
Go Phil Kenny, go Phil Kenny go
treade32
25/2/2020
15:54
Sad, bollucks and cost me a fortune. No one to blame but me. Though a lot of bad luck for them I think. Shud have stuck with gold.
astjgroom
25/2/2020
14:45
dave, Good question! Why buy now?
andy
25/2/2020
13:43
Who's buying still??
davethehorse
25/2/2020
11:57
How are you allowed to "quit aim" when aim has been a mechanism for funding FDI? Surely FDI would have to go into liquidation first as shareholders have be the source of funding
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