Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fox Marble Holdings Plc LSE:FOX London Ordinary Share GB00B7LGG306 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% 3.60 3.50 3.70 3.60 3.60 3.60 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.4 -2.3 -1.0 - 8

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05/9/2019
11:49
TA will give hints probably - as it has always done all I post on here is not serious and is fun opinion based. clown stuff
kaos3
05/9/2019
09:49
I'm not short and I'm sure nor is Andy - this comapny is almost worthless how on earth would you be able to short it?
wolstencroft
05/9/2019
09:46
I assume you're short Andy, good luck.
czar
05/9/2019
09:42
czar, I seriously doubt you're qualified to give investment advise to anyone, and after reading your last comment, I would certainly not be taking any advice you give me. If you still think FOX is a good investment, after the order book 'confusion', the lack of finished slab sales, and now this, I wonder what news they could announce that you would perceive as bad?
andy
05/9/2019
09:23
Andy just sell out and move on, I'm in because I think there is a good chance Fox will pic up some serious cash. If companies won every case we would be trading at 80p.
czar
05/9/2019
09:19
czar, Kosovo won the big case though: ACP Axos Capital GMBH v. Republic of Kosovo, ICSID Case No. ARB/15/22 In an award dated May 3, 2018, a tribunal at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) dismissed claims brought by German company ACP Axos Capital GMBH (Axos) against Kosovo following the cancellation by Kosovo of the tender and sale of 75 per cent of the shares of the Post and Telecom of Kosovo (PTK). The tribunal found that it lacked jurisdiction over the arbitration on the grounds that no valid contract existed between Axos and Kosovo under Kosovar law.
andy
05/9/2019
08:52
There are precedents where Kosovo has lost to foreign companies and had to pay up. https://wiiw.ac.at/wiiw-opinion-corner-kosovo-s-arbitration-games--n-217.html
czar
05/9/2019
08:09
kaos3, Ok well I'm obviously a bit dense because I don't understand what your post means, how do you think arbitrage is going to play a part?
andy
05/9/2019
07:59
haircuts are important you experts - you should pay attention to it!! there is a wig indicator btw it tells tons
kaos3
05/9/2019
07:52
just an opinion - no substance to it
kaos3
05/9/2019
07:51
kaos3, Can you elaborate on your last post please?
andy
05/9/2019
07:34
I expect fox to win the litigation btw by arbitrage or similar. without final public conclusion of the court
kaos3
05/9/2019
07:32
how much sense does it make to send huge and heavy wooden boxes with stones in them around the world for money making purposes a lot in our universe just after owning perpetuum mobile
kaos3
05/9/2019
07:29
where is the largest jenls facility on our continent
kaos3
05/9/2019
07:25
FOX wouldnt need to be public if it was a front for the security services. Otoh, it does lend an air of legitimacy being listed and it being AIM ensures a lack of scrutiny. You might be onto something... > smug I'm-always-right arrogant people Oxbridge often produce eg. Luke Johnson.
phowdo
05/9/2019
07:17
Most businesses fail and are run by diligent hard working and clever people. Many of them Oxbridge (have you never met the smug I'm-always-right arrogant people Oxbridge often produce). Kaos instead of asking rhetorical questions why don't you ask them why they got involved with Fox, how much they know about Eboracum and Banyan and Zhong and how they came to be associated with what appears to be a failing business? I can ask rhetorical questions back - why did Chris who can attract such talent to the board have to do deals with companies set up days before with no assets no physical presence and no capital. Why did he choose to deal with a failed bar manager with a string of failed companies behind him being chased by the liquidators over tens of thousands of missing money who seemingly set up a fake website and never returned emails I sent to him asking about buying marble?
wolstencroft
05/9/2019
06:56
the right questions make up for most of the truth - for those that take the effort
kaos3
05/9/2019
06:50
does it make sense for those Oxford educated people with their high tech security background to go into the most unstable european region participating in the low margin business which over the years did nothing. they just woke one morning, sold the idea to one another and went off for the best they could do in their most ripe part of their life. they are extremely clever cookies. just look at their photos!! (study their haircut - that might help) it makes a perfect sense to me
kaos3
05/9/2019
06:33
... and it only takes a journalists article about Banyan, China, Eboracum, the orders that never came from companies set up days before etc and most of the BOD will jump IMHO. Look at the tiniest issue with Burford - a fraction of a fraction of the questionable practices here IMHO and how that affected their share price Fox is too small to investigate which is it's only saving grace I think. Let's not forget that Chris said Eboracum had multiple customers. Let's not forget that Chris knew Scott before Eboracum was set up Let's not forget that Chris told Brandon Hill that Eboracum had raised sufficient capital to fund his business yet the balance sheet indicated that this sufficient capital was according to companies house filings, the sum of £1
wolstencroft
05/9/2019
06:03
Sorry too many rhetorical questions there. I did think hence I sold years ago at multiples of the current share price
wolstencroft
05/9/2019
05:53
wolstencroft - think !!! did you look up the CVs of the BOD their prior engagements the schools they went to? the region the fox "heavy business" you can think - I know are there no better businesses and regions to engage them into? am I the only one to see. for f .. sake
kaos3
05/9/2019
04:19
Hector 108, seems to be a mole here...It's never about good english...It's about return on investment...
punter13
04/9/2019
22:49
Jigsaw Leisure - Scott Oldfield's (of Eboracum) former company is now being dissolved. The latest report shows he took 50K from the company but won't tell anyone why. Not a person of the highest ethical standing as Chris claims to work with, it might seem to some. And Eboracum's accounts are overdue. On its way to 0p I think.
wolstencroft
04/9/2019
20:16
papillon, Yes Tom's not having a good week, first OPTI, and now FOX.
andy
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