Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Red Rock Resources Plc LSE:RRR London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKBV38 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.50p 0.45p 0.55p 0.50p 0.50p 0.50p 69,771 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 0.1 0.0 25.0 3.00

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15/6/2019
11:41
Info deliberately omitted from thread header - Company has established authority to issue up to 400m more shares here. - 63m of those recently issued at 0.51p - Cash in bank at 31st Dec 2018 was just £27k - Current Liabilities were £2.7m - Horrific expenditure on Admin Expenses c£850,000 a year - lots of outstanding Convertible Loan Notes - Regular Jupiter divi's don't even cover Admin Expenses The "jam tomorrow" rhetoric of the awful ramping lackeys here does not pay the bills. There will be more confetti imho. DYOR
torp
15/6/2019
11:38
Steelmin Limited in Administration. Blue Carbon Capital AG ( correction, not Blue Carbon Limited ) Https://www.easymonitoring.ch/fr/registre-du-commerce/blue-carbon-capital-ag-1388461
noirua
15/6/2019
11:38
Noirua like so many shameless pumpers before him is getting utterly desperate now Done his money. Tried relentlessly to lure mugpunters into this POS but the savvy know how Bell runs his companies. Glad I am no longer fooled by the likes of Noirua. Dilution inevitable here imho. Don't get caught. DYOR
torp
15/6/2019
09:56
If my auntie Ida was a man she would be my uncle.
kemche
15/6/2019
03:28
A long shot I know. If Mount Ida produced 10mtpa 62% iron ore at US$110 per tonne then Red Rock would receive US$8.25 million per annum ( £6.5 million). Income of twice the present market cap per annum. It would take a few years to get this sorted unless Jupiter Mines successfully sell Mount Ida and Mount Mason to a major. Probably for cash and royalties - Red Rock's 0.75% royalties on production would become quite valuable again.
noirua
15/6/2019
03:21
COMMODITIES / SHARES June 14, 2019 Iron Ore Prices Rip Higher On Supply Crunch Fears Https://www.sharecafe.com.au/2019/06/14/iron-ore-prices-rip-higher-on-supply-crunch-fears/ The shortage of iron ore in China must be starting to hurt – otherwise why would global iron ore prices surge past $US110 a tonne when Vale, the stricken Brazilian miner, says it is moving to dry ore processing at some of its impacted mines – a move that could see millions of tonnes of ore back on world markets by the end of this year or early 2020. The news was in the market yesterday but iron ore prices as measured by the Metal Bulletin’s Index jumped more than 3%, or $US3.56 a tonne, to $US110.16 a tonne for 62% Fe ore delivered to northern China.
noirua
15/6/2019
00:21
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noirua
14/6/2019
19:11
It's still a balance between lack of cash and easily saleable shares, value of Musonoi, DRC and Mid-Migori, Kenya. All this whilst looking at reasons for the cash fall mainly due to loans to Amulet and most of all Steelmin. It is still a balance to work out a fair share price for Red Rock against these outcomes and assets held.
noirua
14/6/2019
13:10
Waking up to reality? What a shocker! RGM and ABM - exactly the same. Let's fleece as many as possible.
kemche
14/6/2019
12:58
hernando2, spot on to the way some are thinking and what holds back the share price. No getting away from it and no doubt AB knows. I expect you are referring to the loans to Steelmin and what some are thinking about Amulet. I'm not sure about 1620 and its tie up with RRR as 1620 seem to have drawn up a deal in line with its website projections - no doubt they must think of themselves as a priority with 70 million shares in Red Rock. Needs a lot of explaining but will people believe the explanations. Between you, I and the gate post I doubt it. If it turns out they do then the share price will go to 0.75p rather than 0.55p imho.
noirua
14/6/2019
11:59
Looks like a very dodgy deal, insert loads of funds into a company, company goes bankrupt and then bought by another newly formed company. How does AB do it...the man keeps lending/ investing money, to/in companies that then can't repay....what are they doing with the money?..why is the money not returned to shareholders instead? Not to worry its only a million or so this time...peanuts compared to the assets and royalties coming in....
hernando2
14/6/2019
10:53
AB a fibber????? Who'd thunk it? PMSL. Next you will be telling us he is a charlatan and an out and out crook.
kemche
14/6/2019
10:00
Gold price romps on past $1350 - USD remains strong against sterling.
noirua
13/6/2019
16:43
Gold price hits $1340.
noirua
13/6/2019
13:53
By Clunes100, I have a feeling that AB may have made the loan before realising that Steelmin was a basket case, and subsequently he then indicated that no further money would be going to Steelmin, which would have been a true statement at that point, he just ....hahmmm...forgot to mention he had already splashed the cash without telling shareholders. Very good thinking there Clunes100. I once worked with a very devout Baptist who said, "there is only one truth, the whole truth". So if you are right AB is a naughty fibber.
noirua
13/6/2019
10:46
If a loan is £1.1 million then legal advisers would or should have looked at this closely. Especially if there were no more assets available to secure the loan. If other loans secure all the assets the loan falls on stony ground as legal minds would have strongly pointed out. Unfortunately, as they say, the deed is done. The matter should be looked at by Auditors to make sure RRR accounts are in order as they do with other companies.
noirua
13/6/2019
10:23
Noirua, I hate to say it but some questions need to asked in writing or we'll have to wait to the AGM so someone can tackle him directly. I have a feeling that AB may have made the loan before realising that Steelmin was a basket case, and subsequently he then indicated that no further money would be going to Steelmin, which would have been a true statement at that point, he just ....hahmmm...forgot to mention he had already splashed the cash without telling shareholders. I am afraid that AB may have been taken in on this one after he secured such an apparently advantageous position with 22% of the company.
clunes100
13/6/2019
09:47
When did Red Rock Resources PLC give a loan of about £1.1 million to Steelmin Limited? Why did Red Rock Resources give this loan when Andrew Bell, Chairman, appeared to say, in a podcast, that no such loan would be granted?
noirua
13/6/2019
08:28
Thanks Noirua, a useful document, two things spring to mind: I doubt if RRR will receive a penny as it appears contrary to what it was thought AB said - RRR has no security against loan - it is a wright off. Secondly, who is paying AB directors indemnity insurance - RRR sharehilders?
clunes100
12/6/2019
18:18
JMS shares closed at 35.5c after 36c and standing up well despite the Aussie negative sector and Manganese down to U$4.60 per dmtu for medium grade. Can only guess that the iron ore possibilities are a little in the mix. Worth £3,600,000 to Red Rock who's market cap stands at £3.72 million. Mining manganese with S32, the central pillar over two years, will add to profits.
noirua
12/6/2019
17:52
News on JMS iron interests is another possibility.
clunes100
12/6/2019
12:35
Gold is at $1335 per oz and the USD remains equally strong against the GBP: Http://www.kitco.com/images/live/gold.gif
noirua
12/6/2019
12:27
A 16.7% spread that appears to have put the dampers on trading.
clunes100
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