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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.20 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.15 0.25 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 45.09 -39.79 -6.46 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.20 GBX

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11/7/2020
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 0.20p.
Firestone Diamonds Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.08p.
There are currently 565,471,782 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Firestone Diamonds Plc is £1,130,943.56.
25/2/2020
09:36
andy: Jack, Solgold is one that springs to mind, in Ecuador, EUA another, in Russia. Both could still go wrong of course but currently doing OK share price wise at least. FDI made a lot of money for people on the rise to £2 (pre consolidation!), the trick was knowing when to gt off the train.
20/12/2019
09:01
andy: Dave, In March each bondholder was issued with 9,449,732 shares = 18,899,464‬ additional shares when the share price was 2.1p Currently the shareprice is 0.6p mid, so around 3.5 times as many shares will have to be issued, in my opinion, or around 66 million new shares. I'm open to correction if anyone can see a flaw in that argument.
20/12/2019
08:53
andy: dave, Done their job, moved on to their next target, leaving those newbies attracted by their posts well underwater here. It's amazing that people still fall for the ramps, where do they find so many new gullible people? Looking at the shares issued last time. and the share price at the time, if they use 0.55p this time, I would imagine we will be seeing over 50 million new shares issued to the bondholders.
28/8/2019
15:08
superg1: Dave It is what it is, Big stones are eluding them and hence revenue dropping. The share price is following exactly what the mining results in recent months are. I note they say H2 they are moving to higher grades in the satellite pipe so the performance is now over the that pipe and a hope for bigger, better stones.
28/8/2019
09:55
davethehorse: The company say that while the 100 carat stones are the headline makers stones in the 10 to 60 carat range are their biggest source of income. I agree to get the share price moving big stones should have an RNS but in the past it hasn't always had much effect, as per the likes of LUC
06/8/2019
18:20
andy: Laptop, Well normally FDI released final results in December, but interestingly last year it was the 30th September for some reason. So, if they are intending to release finals in September this year, according to AIM Rule 21, they have just entered a closed period, if the rule is still 60 days before finals. But they could have bought last week and didn't, so the "closed period" excuse doesn't wash at all in my opinion. They know when they can buy and with a falling share price in need of either good news or some support, a few director buys would have done very nicely, but they chose not to. ------ AIM Rule 21 – AIM Rule 21 previously imposed a requirement on AIM companies to ensure that, except in certain limited circumstances, directors and applicable employees did not deal in the company’s securities during a close period. A close period was defined as the period of 60 days immediately prior to the release of the company’s annual accounts, the period from the relevant financial period end up to and including the time of the publication of half-yearly results (if relevant) and 30 days prior to the release of quarterly results (if relevant), as well as any other time that the company was in possession of unpublished price sensitive information.
01/8/2019
15:46
davethehorse: Yes I think all the diamond miners share price charts resemble ski slopes Andy, FDI, GEMD, PDL etc, hopefully the tide will turn from 2020 though
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.
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?
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