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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lonmin Plc LSE:LMI London Ordinary Share GB00BYSRJ698 ORD USD0.0001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 75.60 73.70 74.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1,031.6 52.2 11.4 6.3 220

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10/5/2018
10:10
Thanks for posting. The deal is not going to collapse over plus or minus 5m USD net cash by year end. That is just naive commentary by the analyst. Also sibayne wasn't expecting lonmin to reduce sibayne net debt. Its about operational and market synergies
dealy
10/5/2018
09:58
Lonmin takeover in danger of collapse https://www.ft.com/content/3100d8c4-542f-11e8-b3ee-41e0209208ec
tonysss13
10/5/2018
09:03
Chinese might be interested in this if nobody else wants it
dealy
10/5/2018
08:42
Liberum Capital today downgrades its investment rating on Lonmin PLC (LON:LMI) to sell (from hold) and cut its price target to 40p (from 75p).
forwood
09/5/2018
23:45
God this predictive text Dealy.
kulvinder
09/5/2018
23:44
Sorry fat finger meant to write Dealt apologies.
kulvinder
09/5/2018
23:43
Dearly for any genuine investor I wish them well and like you say this is a well run company falling on hard times, and as such will work their way out of it, the original reason I believed it was a good investment. Like I say Good Luck as we all here to improve our lives and as well as make it easier for our friends and family.
kulvinder
09/5/2018
20:25
Its not like Afren. No fraud here. Just a difficult operating environment with low prices and unions
dealy
09/5/2018
16:45
They have just had no tail wind from the recovery in commodity stocks since 2016
dealy
09/5/2018
15:42
careful - They won't raise any more from me. Quite enough poured down that particular drain!
bouleversee
09/5/2018
15:08
They can survive without sibayne. Tough but they can keep going
dealy
09/5/2018
13:31
Sometimes I can't resist having a punt in situation like this. but this seems a hopeless case. Was holding these over the years and managed to finish ahead by selling out after the rights issue. They are hoping for a takeover by a loss making company. It looks as though LMI will need to raise more cash through yet another rights issue if this deal falls through.
careful
09/5/2018
13:29
Hi, can anyone inform me, 1. If the takeover happens what shares do I get for my Lonmin? (USA ADR's or SA JSE) 2. What - if its known - will be the ratio 3. Timescales There seems to be very little info out there.
joy division still
09/5/2018
13:18
They have half year results on Monday so we will find out more
dealy
09/5/2018
12:59
I think people are correlating Sibanye to Lonmin . What they should look is at rand costs now Vs Usd . The rand is depreciating and it should help with costs . They receive Usd and pay Rand after all . Given that workforce costs are big the Usd 11.5 to 12.5 move is significant for q1 . Am looking at this everyday now as I can't believe it's fallen so much
onedb1
09/5/2018
12:29
The offer under values Lonmin . With the recent head count cuts , weaker Rand and technicals that IMO are telling me Platinum is bottoming i doubt that current market cap which has performed inline with Sibanye is correct . The offer is open till the end of the year I think . Will re read
onedb1
09/5/2018
11:36
They announced the takeover in November. Its now May. Wtf is going on here?
dealy
09/5/2018
08:43
Lonmin is actually more manageable than Sib with net cash and more focused operations. Such a mess though.
dealy
09/5/2018
08:17
I meant whether it was viable from LMI's perspective. Odd thing is why market only just woke up to the fall in Sibanye's share price
forwood
09/5/2018
08:14
Definitely not viable imo. Only positive is cost cutting synergies. Lmi is supposed to be the target so should get some premium. Sib might come back with a cash component to bring the deal value up to at least 70p which is still a disaster for shareholders
dealy
09/5/2018
08:13
Sibanye will be happy to take it , it's a bargain , lets hope the BOD have some backbone and find another suitor.
jotoha2
09/5/2018
08:09
Sibanye share price has fallen 16% since early May. As the deal is based mainly on offering their shares, a similar fall puts LMI at just over 52. One would have to question whether the deal is viable at that rate.
forwood
09/5/2018
07:58
That would normally mean strike threat which in turn would mean less supply and therefore higher prices. But demand must be very weak despite surging global population
dealy
09/5/2018
07:46
Unions across the whole sector looking for large pay increases. That came out yesterday
dealy
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