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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Harvest Minerals Limited LSE:HMI London Ordinary Share AU000XINEAB4 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 1.11% 4.55 4.40 4.70 4.55 4.33 4.45 802,821 09:22:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.4 -0.9 -0.5 - 8

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09/7/2020
15:24
By my calculations they sold 9,859 tonnes in H1 2020 compared to 8,455 in H1 2019. So they are still slightly ahead of last year. They need to sell another 31,808 tonnes in H2 2020 to make breakeven (given annualised costs have been reduced from $2.4m to $2.0m). I'm assuming they sold 41,545 tonnes in H2 2019 as the previous trading update said they sold 50kt in the calendar year 2019. Clearly H2 performance is key as 83% of the sales are in H2. DYOR
avobull
09/7/2020
11:26
What a bloody disgrace - the board and management have no shame !
hungary16
09/7/2020
10:13
Phew, good job we're building that extra storage capacity shed!
whl2
09/7/2020
10:09
When did they forecast 75kt sales anytime this year ? - never. Another wasted year.
whl2
07/7/2020
05:13
Another Co I am invested in is based in Brazil. A nickel miner, but production is 3 years away. But found this part info interesting that the mining land will also produce kieserite , a fertiliser widely used in Brazil In July 2019, Co commissioned a report on the market for kieserite in Brazil from Dr Fabio Vale (Director Técnico/Technical Manager) of Adubai Consultoria Agronômica (Adubai). The report is summarised in Section 19.3. The report concludes that: • The fertiliser market in Brazil is large. In 2018, 35.6 Mt of fertiliser was sold, of this 77.5% was imported and 22.5% was manufactured locally. The most likely consumers of the kieserite produced at the Project are the palm oil growers in Pará state, as palm oil trees have a very high demand for both magnesium and sulphur, although it has been demonstrated that coffee and cotton would also benefit from kieserite. The location plant in the centre of the Pará state gives its distribution a competitive advantage over the imported product. The Project will produce approximately 150,000 t of kieserite a year, which is 10 times the current market for imported kieserite. This means there would be oversupply which would indicate a price reduction, and substitution of other agro-products would be required for all Project kieserite to be consumed. This indicates that it would be unlikely for current prices (approximately US$380/t FOB Barcarena) to be realised. But still brings in additional revenues but will bring the cost dowm of the fertiliser for farmers.
jailbird
02/7/2020
09:33
AIM Listed Companies London Stock Exchange has followed this extension with a special Inside AIM extending the period by which AIM listed companies must publish their annual accounts from 6 months to 9 months. Companies with financial year ends from 30 September 2019 to 30 June 2020 may take advantage of the extended period by having their nominated adviser apply to AIM Regulation prior to the normal 6 month publication deadline.
avobull
02/7/2020
09:18
Seems we're just ignoring AIM rules now, rule 19 below. Annual accounts 19. An AIM company must publish annual audited accounts which must be sent to its shareholders without delay and in any event not later than six months after the end of the financial year to which they relate.
whl2
02/7/2020
09:05
Nice 15% spread, what's not to like?
andy
02/7/2020
07:59
Morning guys , thought I pop in ?You still invested in this jam tomorrow ?Just caught up .. shocking story . It was as this Co needed an excuse not to report to its shareholders what it has been doing and how little sales have been made
jailbird
01/7/2020
14:22
Is the company not required to issue a statement now that it has exceeded the reporting date ?
whl2
30/6/2020
11:21
Time to put the company and its shareholders out of their misery !
hungary16
30/6/2020
09:04
Are you joking? Some sort of social distancing with paperwork ? Anyway looks like a major flawed concept to me. One dust fits all? Unlikely imo
kreature
30/6/2020
07:55
Finally received a reply from the company. Looks like no results today as trading update to be issued in first half of July. Can't see the market reacting well to this so may see 2.5 p. Oh well........ more waiting.
whl2
30/6/2020
07:34
No we spent $1m on license fees
madmonkflin
29/6/2020
07:30
Is the market cap now below cash ?
hungary16
28/6/2020
16:46
Oh ok, thanks for the info.
kreature
28/6/2020
09:48
You're referring to the earlier RNS regarding year change, kreature. The March 31 RNS did say the results would be delayed due to covid 19 and that the figures would be released "late Q2", so technically they do have till end of Tuesday. Knowing them, it will be Tuesday - then again they were two days overdue last time!. I live in hope!
whl2
28/6/2020
08:39
‘ Next Steps Harvest intends to release its full year audited financial statements and annual report for the year ended 30 June 2019 in late November 2019. The Company then intends to release audited financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2019 by the end of Q1 2020. From then on, the Company's financial reporting period will coincide with the calendar year: the Company's unaudited interim results for the 6 months ended 30 June 2020 will be published by 30 September 2020, and the Company's audited annual results for the 12 months ended 31 December 2020 will be published by 30 June 2021.’
kreature
26/6/2020
13:43
Surely better to put the results out this evening when no-one at all will notice ?
kreature
26/6/2020
09:27
Well, guess it's Tuesday for results then, as I predicted earlier this month. They really are terrible at investor relations.
whl2
24/6/2020
04:48
It’s a bit fked from the get go imv. Square pegs no fit round holes. If the soil is lacking something, you need to provide it with precisely what it is lacking, and not the first pile of dust on a hilltop. Don’t be so gullible
kreature
22/6/2020
23:53
Six trading days left in June. As harvest said above,results cannot just be published without being scrutinised and filed. This obviously takes time. Can't imagine, however,why it has taken an extra three months to audit a company's books with a mammoth turnover of less than £4 million last year. I could understand if it was a huge company like BP or Marks and Spencers - have they just sent a company clerk over to do the job ? I can only imagine (hope) that the delay is due to creditors finally paying us to sweeten the figures. Regardless, the figures are old news. What really counts now is this year and hence the trading statement released with the results. The company desperately needs to produce figures showing it will at least double sales this year, matching its rival Verde amongst others. There can be no more excuses - we've heard them all. The only plus point I can see right now is the expansion going on on-site.
whl2
22/6/2020
23:35
Is there £6m left in the kitty ? Let’s liquidate the company and distribute the cash - better than watching it go down the drain !
hungary16
18/6/2020
22:29
You adopt the fertiliser that fits the deficiencies of the soil.
kreature
17/6/2020
16:47
At the end of the day , there is only one thing that matters and that’s the market ! The market says the company is worth a poultry £6m ! End of story for now !
hungary16
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