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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 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.15 0.25
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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27/11/2020
08:20
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.
14/3/2020
16:07
andy: FDI now down to 0.13p! and that's the post consolidation price!!! I remember £2 per share PRE Consolidation!
25/2/2020
11:57
kirk 6: 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
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.
25/2/2020
08:56
andy: FDI are delisting from AIM! And they already have 74.19% of supporting votes, so only need another 0.81% to carry the day! I have thought this was going to happen for the last couple of years, so not a surprise for me. ------- Firestone Diamonds plc (AIM: FDI), the AIM-quoted diamond mining company, announces that a circular (the "Circular") has been posted to Shareholders today convening a General Meeting to be held at 10.30 a.m. on 13 March 2020 to approve the cancellation of the admission of the Ordinary Shares to trading on AIM (the "Cancellation"). The AIM Rules require that, unless the London Stock Exchange otherwise agrees, the Cancellation must be conditional upon the consent of not less than 75 per cent of votes cast by the Shareholders, given in a general meeting of the Company. Gowlings offices at 4, More Riverside if anyone wishes to attend he last rites.....
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.
12/11/2019
09:08
andy: We missed an RNS! Or at least I did. They issued TWO RNS on 1st November, one at 7 am announcing the resumption of mining using generators, then another in the afternoon issuing further shares and massive dilution for existing shareholders, as they continue to issue paper to pay interest on their loans. The cynic in me suspects the reasons for issuing a second RNS in the afternoon of the same day! Shareholders are being diluted terribly now, and with a new all time low price, the next issue due in a couple of months will be even greater, maybe over another 100 million shares? On Admission, the Company will have 645,072,236 Ordinary Shares in issue. - Is all you need to know...... ------- 1 November 2019 Firestone Diamonds plc ("Firestone" or the "Company") Issue of shares Firestone Diamonds plc (AIM: FDI) announces that, in accordance with the terms of the US$30.0 million Series A Eurobond debt facility ("Series A Eurobonds"), and subsequent to the passing of necessary resolutions at a General Meeting that was held on 15 October 2019 ("the General Meeting"), it has opted to issue, in aggregate, 79,600,454 new ordinary shares of 1 pence each ("Ordinary Shares") in respect of the quarterly interest due on the Series A Eurobonds, for the two quarters ended 30 June and 30 September 2019. In terms of the resolutions, the company is permitted to issue shares in respect of the interest due on the Series A Eurobonds to Pacific Road Resources Fund II L.P. and Pacific Road Resources Fund II (together "Pacific Road") and Resource Capital Fund VI L.P. ("RCF") for the 12 month period commencing from 1 July 2019 and ending on 30 June 2020 on a non-pre-emptive basis. As at 30 September 2019, Series A Eurobonds amounting to US$30.0 million had been issued. Accordingly, the Company will issue, in aggregate, 39,800,227 new Ordinary Shares to Pacific Road and 39,800,227 new Ordinary Shares to RCF in respect of the interest due on the Series A Eurobonds, for the two quarters ended 30 June and 30 September 2019. Application has been made to the London Stock Exchange plc for the new Ordinary Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM. Admission and dealings in the new Ordinary Shares are expected to commence at 8.00 a.m. on 5 November 2019 ("Admission"). On Admission, the Company will have 645,072,236 Ordinary Shares in issue.
23/8/2019
08:22
superg1: Jack I keep a close eye on FDI. I called it a buy at 17p having been tracking PRG (warning PRG was a scam) and therefore researched the feasibility studies of the various Lesotho mines. At 55p I had FDI as a sell as much was priced in pre start of the mine and the diamond market wasn't looking that great. De Beers as you know have created this problem and various diamond related business have gone bust. I would expect in the fullness of time for the rot to clear through and then a reset of the market. If FDI are still around they will be well set for that. As in all things newcomers chase the hot sectors. Graphite hype and 50+ junior players appeared in a market where they were never going to be able to get a share of the market. Lithium same issue and it's impacting the majors now with the various companies that scrambled to produce Lithium. Diamonds have been a no no for a few years now so the scramble isn't there. FDI have developed a big mine and ran into a bad diamond market. One part of the FDI head-scratcher for me was the lack of big diamonds early on which made me sceptical about the claims of finding, but breaking big diamonds in the test mining. So FDI one to watch but based on the diamond market. FDI deserve a few big stones for all their work and hopefully some of higher valued fancy coloured ones.
31/5/2019
09:01
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
12:30
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
09:33
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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