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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.085 0.00 01:00:00
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Mining 0.72 -2.92 -1.00 5
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- O 0 1.085 GBX

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Fox Marble Daily Update: Fox Marble Holdings Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FOX. The last closing price for Fox Marble was 1.09p.
Fox Marble Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 1.01p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.73p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.01p.
There are currently 417,333,553 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Fox Marble Holdings Plc is £4,528,069.05.
wolstencroft: Yes, just like it made sense for Fox to do a deal with Eboracum, set up by a failed bar manager with the administrators from his last failed business chasing him asking where all the money had gone, or Banyan Stone, a company registed in Gibraltar with, er, no assets, for years running they had no assets and I think Fox got away with talking about Eboracum's orders when they were actually a dormant company. Fox announced millions of orders with new businesses that came to nothing. I asked the Fox's brokers about Eboracum and they replied that Fox had vouched for the Eboracum founder and that was good enough for them! When I asked Chris how he had announced $$$ of deals with Banyan but their company accounts showed minimal assets he said I should ask them. At least he didn't call me a muppet.
wolstencroft: Wow a good bit of posting here All I would like to add is, IMHO, is that the regulators and nomads and brokers have seemingly been completely disintereted in FOX's announcements for years and there is no reason I think to suggest that this is any different. Tens of millions of announced orders, deals with Banyan (set up days prior to making a deal with Fox AFAIK with no offices and hidden directors) and Eboracum (failed director former bar manager being chased by liqiudators of previous company who set up Eboracum days before making deal with Fox who then copied someone else's website to make it their own). It all came to nothing, or almost nothing. This time is different???
echoridge: And to put to bed once and for all the main counter-argument of the Curators: That somehow Fox Marble have actually managed to completely bypass any AIM oversight and then managed to slip past their NOMAD an RTO transaction RNS with an unlisted business that has a total of £1k in assets and no operating business, which resulted in their shares being suspended. I'm sure there are legitimate shareholders who are reading this who don't like my style, but ask yourselves this: To what end would the Company engage in such an effort in the first place, that these guys are implicitly claiming? In the hopes that no one notices and they can have a few months off with the shares suspended? Or that during the few months of suspension they hoped they would have enough time to suddenly create an ECO business that contains sufficient value to absorb Fox's £4.5m market cap? Maybe they would have you believe that because FOX does have a history of over-promising and under-delivering, that Chris Gilbert is just kind of having a laugh at your expense, you know, for the heck of it? Or maybe, just maybe, because they are only here to snark while they mock holders of FOX shares, their counter-argument is nothing but fallacious nonsense created out of their bottomless need to condemn no matter the evidence to the contrary.
glennborthwick: As you like facts here is on undeniable. Share price 7 years ago 22p. 3 years ago 8p. Today a touch over 1p. Same management. 95 percent share price destruction. But feel free to trust these muppets.
echoridge: No, sorry, I'm not done with that latest fatuous response. I'm busy here making the case that yesterday's announcement was an unalloyed positive, what looks like a genuine effort to address Fox's clear weaknesses, get it into a larger group which could prove a captive customer for its output, and thereby improve its financial position and give legacy shareholders a genuine shot to make back some of their losses, if management can pull it off. I explained that because of the rules on RTOs that Eco Building's assets/order book must necessarily be material enough to have the merger qualify as an RTO AND that given the scrutiny such announcements get from the AIM board, even at this early stage, it is HIGHLY likely that Fox's NOMAD must have likewise been extremely demanding in getting comfortable about with ECO's materiality, before ever signing off on the RNS in the first place. So this is a conclusion based on lesser known facts and informed speculation about the balance of probabilities based on years of genuine experience in trading and the capital markets, and not just a career of posting on message boards. And the response from you and your other curators? 'At the end of the day only the price you pay and the price you sell out matters anyway....' So brave
echoridge: Despite a shocking price fall as endlessly observed by legitimate shareholders and shameless ghouls like glen, Fox Marble still has a market cap around £5m. By DEFINITION - even at this early stage - Fox and Eco management (and the NOMAD) MUST have been able to persuade the relevant AIM official that Eco have sufficient value (assets from cash to sales to future orders, etc) that materially exceed that £5m market cap, in order to for FOX to be allowed to suspend their shares subject to an RTO transaction by/of Eco (that's where the 'R' or 'reverse' comes from in the RTO designation, fellas). Of course, now it is up to the new FOX-ECO team to provide the market with official documentation in the form of a pathfinder and prospectus where they reveal how the value of ECO is comprised in order for the transaction to go to a shareholder vote. No suspension would have been requested - and none would have been granted - if the relevant INITIAL oversight was not performed and satisfied. Maybe you guys missed that kind of simple stuff while you were spooning over LOQ.
effortless cool: "AIM (and AIM NOMADs) absolutely do do significant oversight before allowing even this type of preliminary transaction as they are utterly allergic to allowing even a day's suspension of a Company's shares, let alone an extended period that results from a mooted transaction such as this one. AIM is 'policing' everything these days. RNSs are scrutinised to an inch of their lives for fear of falling foul of the AIM poobahs on the tiniest of points". This is complete fantasy. It's plain that you have never been near the issuing of an RNS. By contrast, I have, many times. And, regarding the loan, I don't need to read a book, I just need to read today's RNS: "As part of the Proposed Acquisition, Fox Marble has raised approximately £400k by way of a convertible loan note ("CLN") with which it has made a loan facility of up to £400k available to ECO Buildings for general working capital needs ahead of the Proposed Acquisition (the "Loan Facility"). The Loan Facility will have an interest rate of 2% per annum and may be drawn down in four tranches. The Loan Facility is repayable on the earlier of (i) the date of completion of the Proposed Acquisition, (ii) twelve months after the date of the heads of terms, or (iii) three months after the date that the Proposed Acquisition negotiations are terminated. The CLN will carry an interest rate of 2% per annum deferred for 2 years and a term of 5 years. The CLN is convertible into Fox Marble ordinary shares at a price of 6 pence per share. Should the Proposed Acquisition not be completed by 31 December 2022, the CLN will only be repayable to the extent that the Loan Facility is repaid to Fox Marble".
effortless cool: echoridge, You seem hopelessly confused. AIM does not act as a policeman over foolish transactions by its constituents. This is a PROPOSED ACQUISITION and will only take place if FOX shareholders vote in favour of it. When that vote takes place, FOX will need to provide much more information regarding what it is buying and why. All FOX has done at this point is loan £400k to ECO Buildings. I would suggest that anyone still holding shares in FOX is necessarily stupid, so there is every possibility that shareholders will approve this absurd transaction. I myself am not mad at Chris Gilbert, as I have never held any shares in FOX. I just enjoy following the stories of some crooked little companies.
pugugly: So Dominic Redfern - Used to be a major shareholder (from memory0 but not currently listed on the fox site - and Albani a 5.38% Fox shareholder are the listed directors of the new company Intereting times - I wonder what Andy Muir the currently listed major shareholder has had to say about this change?
pugugly: RE Gulf - Must have forgotten about this Link -- Data below - However still not much wiser! Acquisition of Gulf Marble Investments Limited October 11, 2018Source: RNS RNS Number : 6602D Fox Marble Holdings PLC 11 October 2018 11 October 2018 Fox Marble Holdings plc ("Fox Marble" or the "Company") Acquisition of Gulf Marble Investments Limited Fox Marble, the AIM listed company focused on marble quarrying and finishing in Kosovo and the Balkans region is pleased to announce that it has acquired Gulf Marble Investments Limited (Dubai) its joint venture partner based in the Prilep Alpha Quarry in Macedonia, including all the rights attached to that Company. Under the terms of the original agreement to acquire the Prilep Alpha quarry in Macedonia in 2013, Gulf Marble Investments Limited provided the funds to acquire the license to the site and capital investment amounting to €1.7 million, and then entered into an operating agreement with Fox Marble to operate the quarry. In compensation Gulf Marble Investments Limited was provided with a royalty amounting to 40% of the gross revenues received from the sale of its block marble from the quarry. The acquisition of the quarry rights in Prilep Alpha was originally announced on the 4 July 2013. Through the acquisition of 100% of the share capital of Gulf Marble Investments Limited, Fox Marble will effectively re-acquire all the 40% gross revenue royalty, as well as all the assets and capital equipment held by the entity. As consideration for the acquisition Fox Marble has issued an Unsecured Convertible Loan Note ("Loan Note") in the amount of €1.785 million. Under the terms of the Loan Note, the holder may elect to convert at a conversion price of 130% of the 3 month volume weighted average share price. The Loan Note is repayable from the 1 October 2020. The Loan Note carries an interest rate of Libor plus 1.5% payable annually in arrears. Following the issue of the Convertible Loan Note detailed above the Company has a total of £2.85 million Convertible Loan Notes outstanding. Chris Gilbert, CEO, commented "Our arrangements at the time afforded us the unique opportunity to not only acquire the rights to a white marble quarry containing the world famous white from the Prilep region of Macedonia but to develop the quarry to commercial standards. Our joint venture partners Gulf Marble have been instrumental in achieving this and we are grateful to them for helping us reach this goal. We look forward to seeing the benefits of our increased participation in the Prilep Alpha quarry feeding through to the bottom line going forward from our activities in Macedonia"
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