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% 2.40 2.30 2.50 2.40 2.40 2.40 770,000 08:00:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.4 -2.3 -1.0 - 6

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/6/2019
08:53
Pug, Yes, it looks likely in my opinion. Why on earth does a company this small require another broker?
andy
11/6/2019
06:16
Additional broker - More funding likely ? https://www.investegate.co.uk/fox-marble-holdings--fox-/rns/appointment-of-joint-broker/201906110700097412B/
pugugly
07/6/2019
15:27
According to the marketing person (Stephanie Velloni-Mansurian?) on the Fox stand at the UK Investor Show in March, large quantities are sold as block because import duties, especially in the Gulf states, make finished product prohibitively expensive. If this is the case, they should be prioritizing finished stone in low-tariff markets as well as striking long-term tariff-sharing deals with finishers in high-tariff markets. There is also a market in reconstituted marble waste which they do not seem to be interested in. Very much a sideline, it could none the less be an important activity to limit fixed-costs during the winter quarry shut-down periods. The business case for this company is good but it feels as if marketing input needs a greater emphasis. Smooth selling through well-nurtured contacts is necessary in luxury markets; but it should in no way prevent hard-headed engagement elsewhere.
toggler
07/6/2019
10:25
gnmartin, are they selling the slabs at a loss to this company - but are profits being harvested further down the line elsewhere by some canny individual that knows how to add value in another market.
clocktower
07/6/2019
10:01
Just another promotional interview, I wonder why they never ask any hard questions?
andy
07/6/2019
06:44
DT interview with Chris Gilbert discussing their preliminary results - http://bit.ly/2QWf1D5
astonedt
06/6/2019
10:19
While they are sitting on literally billions of £s worth of MArble, I think their licence to mine is only for 40 years - how any of those have already gone?
a0002577
05/6/2019
18:21
czar, It looked "very compelling" 7 years ago! The problem is the lack of sales, not the lack of resources.
andy
05/6/2019
14:55
I suspect there are better companies than this to invest in and I hope I'm invested in some of those but you can say this about every company on the market. The thing about this little company that attracts me is it has an almost unlimited resource, certainly running into 10's of billions of euros and at some point it will manage to extract and sell enough to make good profits. When it does or actually when the market perceives it will do that in the future these shares will start to move higher. My hunch is they are getting very close to that time. If I'm right they will go to a multiple of this price, if I'm wrong they are backed by a massive asset that will attract another buyer. The wild card is Stone Alliance, I think it will happen at some point. Fox is the only listed marble play and marble is a very stable growing market. It looks pretty compelling to me but lets see where it is in four or five years.
czar
05/6/2019
12:37
Surely there are much better Companies out there, than this?
pj 1
05/6/2019
10:50
gnmartin, Good questions. Did you check how much cash they have remaining?
andy
05/6/2019
10:46
I'm pleased to see the market quite likes the result. The loss is still frightening, but the company seems optimistic. Q's for the AGM: The output was 13k tonnes, the average selling price 210e/tonne, but the revenue only 1.4m e: why was it not 2.7m e? Was it because some money had been prepaid in the previous year? The selling price of slabs dropped from 72e to 56e, which is disappointing, since slab are expected to be significantly more profitable than block sales.
gnnmartin
05/6/2019
08:28
Czar, Really? On these results? Still loss making I see! ------- Revenue for the year of EUR1.4 million (2017 - EUR1.2 million) with further advances of EUR0.3 million for future sales. 5,059 tonnes of block material sold in 2018 (2017 - 4,641 tonnes), together and over 7,000 sqm of processed material sold (2017 - 5,000 sqm). -- Operating loss for the year of EUR2.5 million (2017 - EUR2.9 million). Loss for the year of EUR2.3 million (2017 - EUR3.4 million).
andy
05/6/2019
06:41
Time to average down methinks. About bloody time as well!
czar
02/5/2019
20:16
when did she purchase her shares ?
haroldthegreat
11/4/2019
20:25
This POS was tipped by TW's Nifty Fifty on 8 Nov 2013 @17.5p. The FTSE all share was 3550 on that date. Therefore this share need to hit 20p to just match the 14% increase in the index since then. In that time it has undertaken at least 4 Placings and issued numerous Profit warnings. They also tipped FOX on the 24/9/2014 at 25p, the same market has risen 16% since then, so if you were unlucky enough to buy on the later tip then you now need 29p just to equal the Market. What's the point? Can anyone ever see this hitting 29p just to break even?
pj 1
10/4/2019
09:06
Forget eboracum what about news on the stone alliance ????? Haven't seen any rns on that great project ..
haroldthegreat
10/4/2019
08:08
dozey, "Smoke and mirrors", with Fox Marble? Perish the thought! :-) Now where's that Eboracum order?
andy
10/4/2019
07:31
At last I’ve got round to reading it, and it is most encouraging. Though seems to say on one hand can’t quarry fast enough to satisfy demand, but on the other awaiting big orders to be signed off. Hope smoke and mirrors not involved.
dozey3
09/4/2019
10:41
CEO Q&A discussing their recent acquisitions & what this means for the company & shareholders - http://bit.ly/2uV6h5X
astonedt
31/3/2019
09:47
Commander, Agreed, the AIM market continues to be a mechanism for moving hard earned cash from investors' pockets to lifestyle companies paying their CEO's handsomely whilst achieving little or nothing in return. I'm surprised anyone invests in AIM any more, the success rate must be quite low, the market lacks proper regulation and oversight, and when bad things do occur, the city looks after its own....................
andy
30/3/2019
16:05
Thanks. I didn't manage to go today, hmm maybe next year. The UK stock maket has largely been awful in the last 12 months. I can see people making the most of the sunshine anyway.
commander t
27/3/2019
11:26
Commander, Well the show seems to be struggling to fill up this year, lots of free tickets available and still not full. The presence of FOX doesn't seem to be pulling them in.....
andy
25/3/2019
08:43
anyone going to the uk investor show, these peeps have stand and are presenting (dont own any stock)
commander t
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