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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kenmare Res. LSE:KMR London Ordinary Share IE00BDC5DG00 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.00p +1.01% 200.50p 197.00p 204.00p 200.00p 200.00p 200.00p 13,125 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 205.6 44.0 36.1 5.7 219.75

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/4/2019
12:09
You love each other really.
plat hunter
16/4/2019
22:41
Truly amazing what you know about me! And how often you talk about me. And apparently (in your world) I have a problem ..... Thanks for your concern. Next please.
donkey40
16/4/2019
16:26
I know donkey but you have a problem, you can never admit you are wrong. Possibly why your still here posting your words of wisdom whilst riding a 98% loss and trying to offer everyone else your advice elsewhere.
wheniamfree
15/4/2019
00:31
I’d be inclined to agree with you - but I been calling it a Buy for over 2 years.
donkey40
13/4/2019
09:21
It takes an outstanding genius to contradict himself in the space of one sentence. Not withstanding liquidity discussion, a good proportion of the lender shares are already gone, with EIB being the stick-in-the-mud. They are down marginally to 7.6m shares. Sourced register data is indicative but not accurate. I'd be inclined to buy what you can, when you can. The status-quo here won't last.
murraybasin
12/4/2019
13:04
Sustained volume these days. Notice I didn’t say sustained selling.
donkey40
11/4/2019
00:18
They are all at it: PERTH (miningweekly.com) – Mineral sands miner Base Resources has flagged lower production expectations for the 2020 financial year as operations at the Kwale mineral sands project, in Kenya, moved from the Central Dune orebody to the South Dune orebody. For the full 2019, Base is expecting to produce between 88 000 t to 94 000 t of rutile, between 385 000 t and 415 000 t of ilmenite and between 31 000 t and 34 000 t of zircon. However, for the full 2020 financial year, rutile production is expected to reach between 64 000 t and 70 000 t, while ilmenite production will be between 315 000 t and 350 000 t, and zircon production between 25 000 t and 28 000 t. Base told shareholders on Wednesday that the lower production guidance for the 2020 financial year resulted from the lower heavy mineral grade of the South Dune orebody, depletion of stockpiled heavy mineral concentrates during the transition of the mining operations, and normal uncertainties associated with mining a new orebody.
donkey40
08/4/2019
23:47
JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – Diversified miner Rio Tinto on Monday approved the construction of the $463-million Zulti South project − the next stage in the development of mineral sands producer Richards Bay Minerals (RBM), in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province. The project will sustain RBM's current capacity, as well as extend its mine life. RBM currently operates four mines in the Zulti North lease area, where the grade of the orebody is declining. The Zulti South mine is required to maintain the output of high-margin zircon and rutile, as well as provide sufficient ore to support titanium dioxide sales. Construction on Zulti South is expected to start in the middle of this year, subject to the granting of the required permits. First commercial production is expected late in 2021. The investment will be fully self-funded from RBM’s cash flows, with no additional debt or recourse to Rio Tinto, which holds a 74% interest in RBM and manages the operation. “Rio Tinto has a long history in South Africa and today’s investment underscores our commitment for the coming decades and beyond. Zulti South is one of the best undeveloped minerals sand deposits in the industry and will significantly extend RBM’s position as a world-class, first-quartile asset.
donkey40
07/4/2019
12:46
cool, cheers Murray
plat hunter
07/4/2019
12:15
Pershing have been a recent seller ... probably a good sign ...
murraybasin
07/4/2019
12:08
As at 29/3 Jarvis Nominees didn't appear on the register.
murraybasin
07/4/2019
11:57
You're biggest holders are likely to be Jarvis nominess and that can include an plethora of other insti holders who hold on behalf of PI's.. AJ Bell being one of the many aggregator's who use Jarvis Nominee services
plat hunter
07/4/2019
11:47
Latest annual report shows 19 shareholders hold over 750/- shares totalling 91m /83% of total. Can we piece the list together: Oman, M&G, EIB, Capital, Majedie, Miton, Fidelity are the easy obvious. Maybe’s are L&G, BlackRock (or did they exit), Foord Asset Mgmt (they were a strange one), JP Morgan (maybe gone), .. Any views ?
donkey40
04/4/2019
18:22
Decent volume these days. Wash and rinse or real intersst.
donkey40
30/3/2019
13:08
Or, you deal directly on exchange yourself.
murraybasin
30/3/2019
12:08
In today's world of automation, technology and search for productivity. Aggregation is a key process for brokers and trading platforms alike and as such it's practically impossible to reconcile your trades on stock market ledgers nowadays.Unless of course you have bigger stacks than Buffett
plat hunter
30/3/2019
11:09
You can trade both shares on both markets. If you give a broker a direction though they may use their discretion as to which market they trade on depending on the market depth. Also, if using a broker they might fill off market from stock they are holding themselves or even a match for one of their own clients pending orders. Through whom did you place the trade?
murraybasin
30/3/2019
02:35
Strange when i buy bank of ireland shares in ireland the buy comes thru on lse but not when i buy kenmare on the irish stick market - bought some yesterday -
datahead
29/3/2019
16:08
I've been watching it for a while ;-)
murraybasin
29/3/2019
15:36
It's tempting Murray but i reckon the gains here when they start, will run and run then run some more. Plenty of time for me to watch it for a while and get comfortable with it's trading pattern. i have no doubts that it will happen at some point.
plat hunter
29/3/2019
15:24
I'd inclined to make my move now if ever.
murraybasin
29/3/2019
13:39
It bounced back to 200 pretty well with low volume.
plat hunter
28/3/2019
20:12
Yup, I offered him an olive branch truce on the other stock. Let’s see if he actually anything intelligent to say over there.
donkey40
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