Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Iofina LSE:IOF London Ordinary Share GB00B2QL5C79 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +4.08% 12.75p 12.25p 13.25p 12.50p 12.25p 12.50p 328,834 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 20.3 -3.3 -2.3 - 16.27

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/7/2017
16:55
The USA economy seems to be doing a little better at the moment so the chemical side should be trading well.
rogerbridge
25/7/2017
12:01
The news is imminent so lets hope it is big and good ......
squire007
25/7/2017
11:24
Hi SG1, yes no problems now, thanks and sorry for the delayed response. I think I will stop using Edge as a browser from now on.
tackems
24/7/2017
18:08
Warning for those tempted by block chain currencies. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-40681631
freshvoice
21/7/2017
14:02
I found one and removed it from the post, see if that fixed it for you.
superg1
21/7/2017
13:51
I use Microsoft edge and don't have problems - suggest it is your screen settings?
angel of the north
21/7/2017
12:27
Ok It can often be those long google translate links that causes the issue so I'll check my posts and remove any that may be causing that issue.
superg1
21/7/2017
12:22
Hi SG1, it must be my browser (Microsoft Edge) and to read the full message I have to scroll sideways. I tried and it doesn't happen with Firefox nor my phone (Android). ...so Microsoft strikes again!
tackems
21/7/2017
08:08
BTW The reason I said io7 was unlikely to be going in pre AGM was due to the short time for permits and rights of way to be obtained in the timeframe from deciding to move and getting all the necessary permits and permissions in place. Proactive interview and the CEO talked of the hold up being rights of way and other permits. In the interview it seems they don't expect the permits and ROW to take long so hopefully the news of io7 going in will come in the next month or two.
superg1
21/7/2017
07:58
I guess those that were pumping and then dumping on the back of hyping it up haven't bought back in their trading part of IOF yet. Negatives got no response from them and the positives which look like SQM will lose expansion and more, RB looking like it to close imminently if not already with Tewoo getting control and potentially Cosayach to go on strike. With all that if any of the pump dump lot had been holding then I'd have expected them to jump on that. It seems they are waiting for a lower price. Just my view. BTW I am not one of them. The last lot of IOF I bought was pre the water bad news. I've been waiting for a material turn in the iodine price. I should have bought at 5p really as I knew production would be fine against a lot of negativity here as the SWD flow data for all IOF sites was available on line at the time. I think it was squire that ignored all of that and was buying against the flow of negativity so hats off to squire.
superg1
20/7/2017
15:31
Formatting seems fine to me ( Firefox on windows Vista).
obbig60
20/7/2017
14:37
Tackems How are they messed up they are fine for me but I have had issues in the past, perhaps it's to do with the type of tech used Mac etc. I know in the most the google translate links can do that with such long links but I'm not seeing it on this thread. Is anyone else having issues?
superg1
20/7/2017
11:56
Who's posting long links that mess up the format of the pages I wonder??
tackems
20/7/2017
10:42
Hmm I said short but with all the facts and figures it would have been much longer. As an example (if you understand it) then this shows what SQM do in the background which hides costs. "In preparation for the eventual suspension of nitrates operations at Pedro de Valdivia, we had increased our sodium nitrate inventory levels through November 2015. As of December 2016, we had approximately 450,000 tons of crystallized sodium nitrate in inventory, which will provide us with enough sodium nitrate to produce finished nitrates for approximately three years." So if you know the system you know why that is an issue. Nitrate production offsets iodine production costs and in the last annual report they have 3 years worth supply of that to get through. So when they get back to adding iodine mining/production they haven't got the offset live cost. So cost reductions as they tend to suggest are enhanced by no mining at PDV or Maria Elena but some production the the inventory build of nitrates to cover along with other factors like failing to comply with EIAs which carries a cost reduction. So in short what SQM say has to be taken with large pinch of salt and at times is can be untrue. If they do have to add/open old mines in the future, first of all those mines are more expensive anyway on costs, and it will involve live mining costs and initial capex which due to the way they have hidden things won't work out proportionately on the on costs per kg rise. So a case of stayed tuned for the (as it stands) iodine market chaos as and when it arrives.
superg1
20/7/2017
10:28
OSB - braking upwards nicely. Broke 383p resistence, then retested it, now bowling up nicely.
che7win
19/7/2017
21:00
I don't think IOF ever directly claimed 450 mt; I think this was calculated out by some but then refuted by IOF; at least at the 2015 AGM Lance explicitly said, and I'll directly quote from the compiled notes at the time "a theoretical plated output of 450mt should not be an expectation." On 9th Nov 2015 superg said IOF put in news some time back that some 30k bpd could do 450 tonnes plus. A reverse calculation with 100% up time would put 30k per day at 300ppm on 470 mt (90% yields). So, I think the 450mt came about on wrong assumptions of 30k bpd, 100% uptime. I guess the above quote from superg is calculating back but maybe it was news of max output rather than realistic output over a year? And of course the whole scenario has changed a bit since then. I would like them to announce starting IO.7 soon, though!!
madchick
19/7/2017
15:43
Would be good if they could achieve over 250t practical capacity
naphar
19/7/2017
14:10
Tom appears to be setting targets that are pretty well achievable, even if there are instnaces were plants where no,or low ppm brine is available. So even in demanding circumstances, targets should still be met. If costs are still on the way down, I wonder where the savings are coming from? running at a lower capacity, saving on labour, I do not know. In the end of year report he states the following; While the theoretical capacity of these plants is very high, the practical capacity of the plants is somewhat lower. Practical capacity takes into account multiple causes of downtime, including weather, repairs and maintenance, inadequate brine (low parts per million of iodine, heavily contaminated brine or little to no supply), power outages and other conditions. As we have proven our technology and continue to improve operations at current facilities, more accurate practical capacity operating targets have been realised as well as improvements for maximising practical capacity.
rogerbridge
19/7/2017
13:43
A sorry tale at RB Rothchild's contatcted 245 possibly interested parties in this loss making Co and no firm offer. The legal boys are the only one's to profit, as always.
rogerbridge
19/7/2017
11:50
Just adding in the relevant reference points. SQM 2016 annual report 19.4 Environmental contingencies On June 6, 2016, The Chilean Superintendence of the Environment filed charges against SQM with respect to the Pampa Hermosa project for possible noncompliance with RCA 890/2010. This relates to charges associated with certain variables in the Follow-up Plan and the implementation of a mitigation action contemplated in the related Environmental Impact Study. SQM has submitted a compliance program detailing the actions and commitments that the Company will perform to overcome the objections filed by the environmental authority. The Chilean Superintendence of the Environment is currently reviewing such compliance program. Through Exempt Resolution No. 1/Journal F-041-2016 of November 28, 2016 as amended through Exempt Resolution No. 4/Journal F-041-2016 of December 23, 2016, the Chilean Superintendence of the Environment presented charges against SQMS for the extraction of brine over the authorized amount, gradual impact on the vitality status of carob trees, delivery of incomplete information, amendment of variables, among others. SQMS has submitted a compliance program detailing the actions and commitments that the Company will perform to try to overcome the objections presented by the environmental authority. The Chilean Superintendence of the Environment is currently reviewing such compliance program. Should the Chilean Superintendence of the Environment reject any of the aforementioned compliance programs, the Company is exposed to fines and other sanctions established in the Chilean environmental legislation. Then this which relates to the same case dated 17th July I assume that follows on from a media report dated 6th July which had this in it. "A few days ago the Superintendency of the Environment rejected the compliance program that Soquimich presented after the denunciations presented by the Regional Council of Tarapa"
superg1
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