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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kenmare Resources Plc 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
  2.00 0.91% 222.00 221.00 222.00 222.00 214.00 220.00 29,984 16:29:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 204.3 37.7 30.9 6.7 244

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03/6/2018
21:18
Hey you mentioned Tlou not me, I’m just evidencing the point that you have no idea what you are talking about despite your claims that you do. As for who is losing? I still refer you to +25% ROI to -99.8% ROI with Kenmare the latter and for those who obtained Tlou stock at their lows, well we are over 100% up but yes, we must be losing if you say so lol. Tlou employs more that 14 staff so another little lie there I see. Now, wasn’t it only yesterday you called mozambique a basket case? What a silly boy.
wheniamfree
03/6/2018
21:14
Please post an opinion. Talk about the stocks and the companies. And talk sensibly, rather than your petty vendetta. You are losing hands down over on a Tlou, and you think if you come here and lost the same sh1te somehow that balances it up. It doesn’t. This is Kenmare Board. They been there over 20 years, with MEGA insurance from day 1. Security from day 1. No major security issues from day 1. Been there since day 1 when the country was in the final throws of civil war. A showcase project for the country that the Mozzies are ticker proud of. A project that once upon a time was the largest tax contributor to the Exchequer. One that employs 1400 staff, most who are now locals. (Talk to me when Tlou employ 14 FFS.) So please behave yourself and stop behaving like the clown at the circus.
donkey40
03/6/2018
00:32
Posting research donkey, you should give it a try instead of your usual posting lies. Regardless, I would think many who had any sense would see the risks for operating in such an environment. As for cross board posts, pot kettle black.
wheniamfree
03/6/2018
00:28
Yes I agree - every investor should sell anything and everything with a hint of Moz involvement. And probably anything in any neighbouring country to Moz, just in case contagion spread cross border. Mate, stay on the Tlou board. Everyone there knows you are stupid; you don’t need to embarrass yourself in front of a whole new group of switched on folks. Honest, do what doesn’t come naturally to you - just stay away/ quiet !!
donkey40
03/6/2018
00:23
Oh my God. It’s awful. Thanks for letting everyone know !!
donkey40
31/5/2018
21:52
I see these guys are still at it. Some of them are bordering on funny.
murraybasin
31/5/2018
21:04
I'm not getting the connection with how being from the Northern Territories and Return On Investment are somehow connected. Is this some sort of UK/BREXIT thing we don't understand?
murraybasin
31/5/2018
20:06
Inclined to agree. 6 weeks weeks+ to H1 production and August before H1 financials. Trade war and currency war in the mean time. Irrespective of whether or not we do $50m o/m for H1, there are broader headwinds to contend with. Not because the company isn't worth more, simply because if things get sticky funds will sell indiscriminately. That's what already happened in April/May.
murraybasin
31/5/2018
17:42
I sense we are likely to drift down/out with the tide for next few weeks. 210p could be tested again, as well as our patience and good humour.
donkey40
30/5/2018
19:59
Odd bunch, like goldfish in a bowl. Someone could explain something very well to them in terms even a child could understand and they'll be back after five minutes asking the same thing again. Probably the sort of people who buy 'own brand' products in Sainsbury's. Unclear why some of the others bother wasting time on them. Must be therapeutic or something, or pity.
murraybasin
30/5/2018
00:37
Haha Buck - now you are getting the numpties that think they either are all knowing or know something pulling your tail. Come over to TOU - they got hundreds of them over there. You only got 2 dummies to give a good smacking - easy peasey mate !
donkey40
29/5/2018
20:27
Well if KMR have only 12m of unused tax losses c.f., I must have been following the a different company all these years.
donkey40
29/5/2018
10:47
Never ceases to amaze me how certain types on these boards think they have some claim or right to requiring you to answer their questions or explain on’s own posts. Skid and Supa really do need to learn the odd bit of manners.
donkey40
28/5/2018
08:40
I think this is straight forward. Little bit of chicken and egg for now. As performance continues to filter through the share will continue to become more attractive and the liquidity/risk issue will gradually diminish. Discussion points: 1. That since M&G and friends blocked the ILU takeover, they would hamper another. M&G are in the business of making money so their likely involvement in any future takeover attempt will be to ensure that they maximise the opportunity. ILU was opportunistic; the reason M&G got in the way of that was to preserve the future opportunity. They know what the mine is worth. 2. That a suitor would only offer 20% premium. That would be an obvious starting point but there is no way any of the majors would take anything south of £500m for the business. So, if any offer comes along it will probably lead to a protracted set of negotiations and eventual sale of the business at a significant premium to the current market capitalisation. 3. That Lomon Billions might find it difficult to get permission to spend outside of China. The number on the table for Sichuan Anning Iron and Titanium Co. which they just backed away from was $800m. Because they had been tyre kicking in Brazil, I suspect they know the funding is a problem they can solve. 4. That liquidity is a barrier to entry for IIs. I agree with this. This will take a bit of time but a net profit of $30+ for H1 and $60+ for FY 2018 off $100+ EBITDA along with prospective dividends will start pushing this in the direction that generates the required interest and liquidity. This is counter intuitive, but the share price will need to go up in advance of material interest from additional IIs, following which they will drive it. 5. EIB, not a natural share holder. I agree with this. If they want out, why would someone offer them a premium when the alternative is the open market which would force them to sell at a discount. What are the possible ways out for EIB? (a) Open market (b) Negotiate block sale[s] (c) Trickle feed over time (d) Stay long pending inevitable correction and gradually sell into the market improving liquidity.
murraybasin
28/5/2018
00:04
Thank goodness it didn’t degenerate into a production focussed discussion - there is enough of than on the boards these days. What with boys and their toys and big trucks and pressurised liquid pipe cleaning. I thought the moron guy did ask a valid question which sadly was not that well answered. Your thoughts ?
donkey40
26/5/2018
09:31
It was all going very well until some utter moron started to prattle on about the share price. There's always one though, isn't there.
murraybasin
25/5/2018
13:22
That was a laugh a minute. Guess who wanted to drain the energy out of everyone in the room
donkey40
23/5/2018
09:21
Anyone planning on attending AGM ?
donkey40
19/5/2018
21:23
Pistols and whips
donkey40
19/5/2018
16:02
What's the dress code this year, Hawaiian and 762?
murraybasin
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