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Lonmin LSE:LMI London Ordinary Share GB00BYSRJ698 ORD USD0.0001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.14p +4.72% 47.50p 199,883 10:23:41
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
47.38p 47.50p 48.00p 45.02p 45.02p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 870.34 -873.33 -263.27 134.2

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Date Time Title Posts
12/12/201814:13OVERVALUED LONMIN(NET ASSETS ONLY Ј2.8015,323
27/4/201809:44To Ј1 and beyond152
07/2/201814:04Francis Hunt, 'The Market Sniper' says to SELL in Lonmin1
16/8/201722:11LMI-- can go bust5
18/12/201510:37LONMIN - 2006104

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Lonmin Daily Update: Lonmin is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LMI. The last closing price for Lonmin was 45.36p.
Lonmin has a 4 week average price of 40.02p and a 12 week average price of 40p.
The 1 year high share price is 91.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 36p.
There are currently 282,435,237 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 751,392 shares. The market capitalisation of Lonmin is £134,156,737.58.
spacedust: So the lmi price is redundant. Sbl price is eveything
foxy22: Thanks so much for infoPlatinum price,Sibanye gold nyse jse on a rollJust checking lmi price on jse this amWILL REVERTTHIS CO IS MASSIVELY UNDERVALUED and will be sold for a pittance
master splinter aka rat: the rat can see this slipping into the close, today's rise on the platinum market having no effect, we all know the first time platinum falls $1 this equates to 3p off the lmi share price. Resistance looks futile on the way down to 30p by end of year! Please do not blame the BOD, they deserve their salaries whilst you all suffer. it's just not looking economically viable with platinum heading lower and base core expenditure probably going up with inflation !!! aimho
onedb1: Lonmin lagging the good move in platinum and palladium ( worth about 25% it's total revenues ) Rand is flat on USd so far . So by default LMI share price is diverging from its precious metals . This quarter has seen a much higher price for its metals, yet not reflected in shareprice. Opportunity me thinks
elvisrocks: Per the 2015 annual report, two things and three 'why do I say this'? ----- "The majority of the Company’s sales of PGMs are made under multi-year contracts at prices related to certain average market reference prices for the month in which the sale occurs, such that the Company is a price-taker rather than a price-maker. The remainder of the Company’s sales of PGMs are made in the spot market at prevailing market prices. So why do I say this?" ----- In 2015, Lonmin made a full year EBITDA of $21m but still had $134m of non-special items and reported a Underlying LPS before Special Items of 16.2 cents (not pence) Loss. EBITDA will now be higher but the $134m of non-special items have not gone away. Even allowing for the big impairment write off on the fixed assets last year, a lot of this charge will still be there. It is depreciation in the main. So why do I say this? ------ The analysts have already improved their EPS estimates, to just under loss making levels I believe. Careful should dream on if he thinks he needs a 5p EPS, pence not cents, to support a RandGold equivalent PE of 40 (LMI share price of £2). Not going to happen any time soon. So why do I say this? ------ Standard Life must be in this long term, until 2020-25 at least, to get their money back. Big Ben says when Lonmin finally starts making money (think $1,800 Pt Price) only then will it return dosh to long suffering shareholders. We are a long way from that just as we are a long way from thinking we are going to get stellar (improved) results that the market hasn't already anticipated next week.
redbaron10: Around 2011,pt price $1800oz,zar/usd 7-1,lonmin share price £10.Today $1080oz,usd/zar 14.4-1,lmi share price 188p. Make ofthat what you will. How can Ocado justify their share price? IAG make over £1bn in profits last financial year yet share price falls 5% in that time.I've given up trying to understand the vagaries of the market.Most is herding instinct,a few contrarians and those with their own investment theories.Like the big banks over here that weren't allowed to fail,Lonmin was saved last November when the kindest thing would be to put it out of its misery.However pgms are valuable and useful and 80% exist in SA.Mineral resources provide the country with hard currency they desperately need now.I'm prepared to take the chance here that gold and platinum prices will return to the economic crisis levels of 2008.What else am i going to do with savings in the bank? Buy premium bonds or get 1% on deposit? No thanks.The trend is your friend with this share.Most investors are quids in here,the shorters made their money pre the last rights issue.Slate wipe clean(ish) and debt levels+banking covenants agreed.Up the platinum!
redbaron10: Bit confused lazyhisnibs reading your thread again.It reads like you are a shorter of LMI share price.Maybe i'm wrong and i apologise if so,but sounds like you want the LMI to retrace to 35p again on the back of a strong dollar.I'm in this share to invest,and hope for LMI to succeed.
ltcm1: Thanks LHN and Deans. That Bloomberg article is really interesting in that the cause of the oil price decline is dividing opinion. Personally I see it more as a result of the bubble that caused the price to be so high for so long as opposed to a China hard landing. Shell are still going ahead with the BG merger so they must have confidence the price will recover in the next few years. Short term it could well go lower though. Think I will wait to see what happens at the end of this month re this Shell deal before deciding anything. Elvis I think you are going to have to can those £2.50 and £5 dreams for the forseeable future. Have you ever wondered why Glencore got out??? And look what's happened to the LMI share price since. I'm not joking when I say as of today Lonmin has a negative sale value in my opinion. They would actually have to pay someone to take it off their hands. When are you going to realise all the money invested since 2007 is gone??? You are fixated about balance sheet assets when the company is bleeding cash. This is what they mean by 'VALUE TRAP'.
ltcm1: Elvis my post was based on the platinum price and is not a criticism of Lonmin as such. Therefore anything you quote from the prospectus does not apply. My point is if platinum does go sub $800 it could be hard to find a floor and the same applies to the LMI share price. It's not scaremongering it's a realistic look at the downside risk on this share. What use is money in the bank if the plat price has tanked to $750 say??? We have already seen LMI fall way below cash value so it's logical to think it could fall a lot further if the plat price falls more.
ltcm1: chrisbr777 - good work on the ZAR plat price relationship. Ofcourse it could be the tail wagging the dog to a large extent given that most of the world's plat is in SA. I don't mean to be overly negative on LMI but it seems to me if oil and plat really tank then there isn't a floor on the LMI share price. Just pointing out the potential downside risk with this share and that the cash in bank will mean nothing if plat goes below $800 to who knows where.
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