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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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/2/2019
09:10
Not great volume i know,but we're through 70p.Palladium near $1500oz and platinum up from $800oz.The rand is around the 14/usd level,and the company is passed the notoriously and traditionally poor first quarter production period we might get a tail wind here.Sibanye/Stillwater,despite the strikes,the share price can rise with the gold price and depreciating rand.Strikes,power outages and elections to come....it's never a clear,settled picture in S.Africa,but as anyone investing in Africa knows these are the risk/reward factors always in play.Look at Acacia mining to see where patience can pay off.
redbaron10
18/2/2019
12:19
all the great investors say buy and hold...……;….. its picking the right stocks that really counts...….. trading is a no brainer unless you wish to sit at a screen all day. there is more to life...… However, this was a good company until Tiny Rowland disappeared from the scene. there is much ground to make up now ………;.it could go either way, but Africa is not looking good unless you want to go there for a holiday. and then it's very cheap. There is much money in the country but the politics are a disaster.
cottlet
14/2/2019
07:36
If we can break the 70p resistance level,then this can trend higher.The depreciating rand and the record palladium prices are helping.Similar to May getting a Brexit deal over the line,we need the Sibanye-stillwater deal done with the more favourable conditions prevailing.We need a tie-up imo,i can't see this surviving as a stand alone entity anymore.Consolidation in the pgm sector must follow,similar in the gold mining with Barrick-Randgold resources and Newmont-Goldcorp deals.Roll on June.
redbaron10
12/2/2019
10:58
Mine happened because my broker Forgot to take up the rights...
foxy22
12/2/2019
10:57
Bouleversee dont worry i got caught too u were not the only one...Anyways lets get back as much as we can....platinum/palladium seems to be in a bit ofA bull market now unbelievably...
foxy22
08/2/2019
18:33
bouleversee - understood & sincere sympathies All the best LM
luckymouse
08/2/2019
18:25
LuckyMouse 15340 - If you were referring to my post, I wasn't whinging, merely making a statement, and when all went pearshaped I was far too occupied giving my terminally ill husband 24 hr care. I took up the rights, trusting the company that this was a sensible thing to do to give them the chance to make good. I am not a trader, just a long term investor and whilst I don't like losing my savings, money is not my main focus in life. I think I have my priorities right. I have come to the conclusion that, unlike when I started investing getting on for 60 years ago, it is impossible to compete with the algorithms, shorters, traders and smart alecs who manipulate the market these days. It matters little to me but lazy I am certainly not.
bouleversee
08/2/2019
15:30
What is the discount ie what should the share price be for the bid by sibanye
foxy22
08/2/2019
15:24
massive discount to bid price still
wyken
04/2/2019
13:59
btw - why are some whinging about what they paid years ago? Isn't that admitting you didn't exercise correct risk mgt at the time & lazily sat around hoping it would come back rather than doing your job?
luckymouse
04/2/2019
13:55
Some nice range reversion
luckymouse
04/2/2019
12:52
Still a long way off the rights price, let alone what we paid years ago.
bouleversee
04/2/2019
12:34
Moving up strongly
foxy22
01/2/2019
16:16
SGL going very nicely!
david15x
01/2/2019
13:46
Now worth 68P based on SA price of Sibaneye!
wyken
25/1/2019
07:42
I see the end date for the merger between Sibanye and Lonmin has been extended from 28th February to 30th June this year.Southern Africa and Tanzania are becoming geopolitical nightmares.
redbaron10
18/1/2019
09:03
I think the only problem this company is facing is industrial action and threats by unions. Otherwise the company is well positioned and on a PE of 3
dealy
27/12/2018
10:06
Soz, stand down everyone, I've just seen they are 9R each , now makes sense, too many mince pies and port
joy division still
27/12/2018
09:48
Long term watcher here, i must have this wrong, but reading below suggests 1:1 lon share for sjl :JSE , which are 920R, so is there a new Dilution of SJL:JSE shares to pay for the deal? If so anyone know the ratio?
joy division still
20/12/2018
12:12
Also if it doesn't go through perhaps the company just gets nationalised after it goes bust.....
ukgeorge
20/12/2018
11:46
No. Effectively a ‘1 for 1’ for shares in SGL. If you buy LMI you’re effectively buying a share in SGL.JSE
david15x
18/12/2018
11:38
takeover price is 89p?
scoble2
14/12/2018
08:21
Sibanye-Stillwater is up by 5%. so we will see Lonmin heading to 55p
scoble2
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