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
  -3.00 -1.26% 235.00 235.00 236.00 236.00 232.00 236.00 62,425 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 205.6 44.0 36.1 6.6 258

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07/6/2018
13:00
Indeed, you could say that. Sub-6p. Who would have thought that. Now if there was a macro bad event, sheeeeeeit that baby would be somewhere bad. Or cheap, depending on your view.
donkey40
06/6/2018
22:42
Do I gather from the Tom Toms that all is not sweet and light in Botswana? I had only just remarked that if the level of knowledge displayed here was anything close to that displayed there, probably meant a bit of dull hand. I have certificates going back 50 years that I've 'acquired' in relation to various schemes in which groups of respectable people were sold complete pups by resource companies pyramiding out of AU. A favorite was to befriend members of overseas and peace-keeping forces and hard-working-ex-pats promising them debt free lives, early retirements, holiday homes in paradise, etc. They actually had people pound the beat in trouble spots to sell these stories. Still happens today, different venues, same story.
murraybasin
06/6/2018
22:07
Don't think 210 is coming up; shares are being taken in the front door and handed out gift wrapped at the back door. If anything, there were a few traders hoping to move them on in case 207 appeared again; looking less likely now so apart from one or two shakers, offers 240+. Very tight spread for a while today suggested that whatever was out there would be taken at the price.
murraybasin
06/6/2018
20:36
I wonder what he did all day - 1 post here all day and 1 post over there all day. Africa sure ain’t for the faint hearted.
donkey40
06/6/2018
20:32
Are we nearly there yet donkey?
murraybasin
06/6/2018
10:00
Are you in a grumpy mood today?
donkey40
06/6/2018
07:51
Grow up donkey. Quite a serious matter and I am sure those in Moz wouldn’t appreciate your attempt of humour.
wheniamfree
06/6/2018
07:43
I think this is an orchestrated campaign by IS who are deliberately targeting foreign firms in Moz. I mean, what else could it be. And I also think they have infiltrated the TiO2 supply chain in France depots where agents are spiking stocks with a hazardous cancerous substance. It all makes sense now, phew.
donkey40
06/6/2018
07:19
Not sure how I am lying by posting supporting documents to the point? You did say they would be swift to meet their maker, and yes there will be death toll on both sides. Unfortunately 9 insurgents does not deal with the wider issue Murray, the north has been left under developed for years and so radicals will easily recruit by promising riches and preaching their ideology to the masses. It is the poorer countries and regions where this spreads like wild fire. They have already formed splinter cells and this will begin guerilla tactics this isn’t a uniformed battle with each side standing across an open field - this will not be dealt with as swiftly as you assume infact I expect it will get a lot worse as the campaign breeds with recruitment rife.
wheniamfree
06/6/2018
07:14
Has happened in France, Germany, UK ... The bit we pointed out about the MZ authorities before: 'linked to the nine "insurgents" killed by security forces over the weekend, who were subsequently found to be carrying assault rifles and Arabic-language documents.' No messing around with them. If the Europeans dealt in as deterministic a fashion with extremest they'd have much less of a problem. It's a shame for mankind when one person thinks okay to behave in a fundamentally dishonest way just because they believe someone else is doing it. Lying is not a justification for more lying.
murraybasin
06/6/2018
06:56
Https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2018-05-31-is-northern-mozambique-faced-with-an-emerging-extremist-threat/#.WxeFExbTWEc
wheniamfree
06/6/2018
06:48
Oh I know donkey, it’s of no concern is it? Not affecting their prize gas assets from being developed but hey, nobody is concerned just because you say so. Ignorance is bliss right? “Beheadings Signal Threat to Mozambique's $30 Billion Gas Bonanza” Https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-05/beheadings-signal-threat-to-mozambique-s-30-billion-gas-bonanza
wheniamfree
05/6/2018
20:31
I don’t yet have you on filter. I always like to check in tonread what ‘quality’; you post so I can laugh myself to sleep. Keep up the good work. ISIS, executions, TiO2 is carcinogenic. I can’t wait for your next revelation
donkey40
04/6/2018
21:48
Well his opinion is his opinion, which he is entirely entitled to. Maybe he will learn to respect other people’s opinions on other subject matters. But knowing the leopard’s spots, I have good reason to doubt on that.
donkey40
04/6/2018
20:16
I've spoken to the rest of the industry. Honestly! An overwhelming majority remain laid back. I suppose it is because they are all clueless? As I said, benign. Keep sticking to your opinion. It is yours. But it doesn't have much sway or basis in the industry. As to your side, etc, I'm not siding with anyone. You are someone who viz KMR doesn't know what he's talking about on many fronts and I really wonder how true that is of TLOU as well. TLOU is relevant here only because you are tit-for-tat posting on KMR and have no other genuine interest. If you know as much about TLOU as you do KMR nobody should follow you on TLOU because your lack of depth is almost criminal. The first guy pulling the narcissistic sociopath card is usually closest to the narcissistic sociopath definition. On being illogical, precisely what I said. Do you want to parrot exactly what I said or have you something new to add? Given you're history I suspect you are highly unlikely to ever offer something we (and the market) doesn't already know. Nothing happen? All TIO2 stocks plunged when the French did their own thing? Not.
murraybasin
04/6/2018
14:41
I’ll stick to my opinion thanks Murray, as you stated a while back - nothing was going to happen, whereas case in point it begins already! Now particle size is irrelevant in food stuffs but still it is an outright removal. Why do so (regardless of particle size) if it is of no concern? Seems an illogical way to respond surely. Or, perhaps it is a concern after all they seem swift in their response - end of 2018 with changes being made already? As for my cohort yes, interesting that you side with a narcissistic sociopath who can’t help but lie. Still that’s another story. You seem dismissive on the TiO2 risks and changes (shame that the rest of the industry aren’t as laid back) - I wouldn’t be either.
wheniamfree
04/6/2018
13:52
Your opinion is your opinion. Your opinion, is a very badly informed opinion. ECHR have told the French they need to go back to the drawing board with their tests, given they are neither valid/conclusive in their own right, and also leap to a singular conclusion for all TIO2 particle sizes, of which there are many. The French have decided to ban TIO2 in foodstuffs (a negligible part of the market), but the CARC 2 designation which is benign anyway, is back at square one. Here's how that looks: 1. French have tests that show that overwhelming laboratory rats with massive airborne suspension of TIO2 nano-particles *might* lead to cancer. 2. There is no evidence to date (and there have been studies) that TIO2 in foodstuffs is anyway harmful. 3. French ban TIO2 in foodstuffs on foot of #1. That's a bit of a leap of logic, sort of like some of the leaps of logic you are making with your posts here. So, you are welcome to your particularly badly informed opinion. There are other things you are wrong about also, including grades, and growth. There are higher grades, increased production capacity, lower unit costs and increased revenue and margin coming down the line. The capital plan is not purely about standing still, it is part of the track for running down the current lower grade ore-body and migrating to one (or two) higher grade ore-bodies which have already been proven up. You'd do well to properly inform yourself rather than peddling a few ill-informed facts and make yourself look a fool against people do know what they're talking about. And I'm not referring to myself, rather, the cohort who looked at your rubbish and decided it wasn't even worthy of a response. If this is the kinda of logic you apply to your TLOU investment, people ought to be very wary.
murraybasin
04/6/2018
12:51
Your belief Murray, I shall have mine. It does appear that the motions against TiO2 are however turning sour. This is just the start, European legislation and review will spiral this once its applications across many other uses are considered. Food, pharma, paints etc. It’s usage is wide, I see you dismissed my previous thoughts on re-categorisation, interesting really when it shows things are already moving. The rest of the EU will likely follow suit - legislation on methods and usage will be addressed, very naive if you think this has no bearing on end product prices and in turn feedstock prices. And so it begins..
wheniamfree
04/6/2018
09:20
Now, whilst you seem to refer to TiO2 as a food only issue, I beg to differ. The removal of the substance from food will begin the waves of removal from other products including pharmaceutical and also will bring in to question the manufacturing paths and methods. Couple that with labelling and warnings and it will have an adverse effect on TiO2 as a whole. It is not just me who thinks this donkey, the company themselves stated it’s effects as do those who are looking at the case and those who may appeal. Adverse effect to TiO2 its feedstock and it’s market. Bury your head in the sand if you wish, this is just the beginning I feel. Now we go back to the diversification of Kenmare (or lack of it) - I see historiy repeats itself. Now given KMR can’t rally any belief in the height of a cyclical market what do you think will happen when it turns down? What are their operating breakeven costs now that they are encountering low grades which still continue to fall? Another $19m already being spent to tread water.
wheniamfree
04/6/2018
07:34
Murray - he is off again of his tangent. I imagine the global supply chain for TiO2 will now crash and burn. Maybe one day he will figure out humans don’t eat paint. Although I suspect he sniffs the substances going into its manufacture. I am putting him on filter, since it isn’t possible to discuss or debate with one-eyed idiots.
donkey40
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