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Share Price: 4.25Bid: 4.00Ask: 4.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bmr Group
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 12.50%Open: 4.25High: 4.25Low: 4.25Yesterday’s Close: 4.25


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SAUSAGEFINGERS
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eric
Mon 18:35
I have been here quite a while so I am poised like a slug waiting to pounce on a lettuce

You were right - it was a rubbish meeting I had to pay for the coffee and buns and palace lost
 
EricDraven
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yaardvark/MS67
Mon 15:35
People poised like mountain lions, waiting to pounce on this costings news. Lol.
MS67
Posts: 232
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waiting
Mon 15:05
times ticking away (BH this weekend ) so the end of month is fast approaching and still very quiet here
both in trades and info
yaardvark
Posts: 346
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:4.25
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I think this week is the last...
Mon 08:57
...chance to buy at these prices if the BOD are to release costings by the end of the month, which will show the market the true value of the company and how cheaply we can process the tailings, as Alex said..." A major cash generative business" GLA
FireballXL5
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And what lies beneath?
21 May '16
Abstracts
A reanalysis of the Kabwe Zn-Pb nonsulphide ore (central Zambia): preliminary results
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03717453.2016.1166654?journalCode=yaes20
FireballXL5
Posts: 488
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Enter the Gecko
21 May '16
Jeremiah99
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RE: Only kidding
21 May '16
Oops got that wrong - it was only Venables (tearing down the wing like a train) at that time. Pardew was a lot later.
Jeremiah99
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RE: Only kidding
21 May '16
O/t Much as I would like to see Palace lift the cup (having watched them in the early 1970s when Pardew and also Venables played for them) I think Man U may win fairly comfortably. I'd guess 3-1.
FireballXL5
Posts: 488
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:4.25
At last Goodmanham agrees
21 May '16
Zinc Price Suffers as US Dollar Ascends, But Bullish Future Remains Intact
May 20, 2016 @ 22:45 GMT
zinc
Zinc prices retreated his week, as the metal was hit by the base metals sell-off inspired by the higher US dollar. Despite this week’s price decline, the outlook on the metal remains bullish with Goldman Sachs joining the chorus of analysts this week issuing their positive projections on the metal’s future price.

Zinc, however, has a unique characteristic among its base metal counterparts: it is the only base metal that will see a price appreciation in the next year, at least according to Goldman Sachs. This week Goldman raised its price forecasts for zinc next year due to tightening supply and increased demand. The bank boosted its six and 12-month forecasts to $2,100 a metric ton from $1,700, and its three-month forecast to $2,000 from $1,800. Zinc is currently trading just below $1,870 per ton on the LME. “We view zinc as the bullish exception in the metals space, and remain very bearish on the outlook for the other base metals prices, most notably copper and aluminum, where we see very strong supply growth” in the second half, the analysts wrote. “Zinc has by far the most bullish supply-side dynamic,” commented Goldman analysts.

Goldman is not alone on its bullish expectations for zinc. Zinc miners including Glencore and Vedanta believe that the metal will see some upside, and that has the best fundamentals of the LME metals.

The reason for the differing fundamentals for zinc market is simply better demand expectations, while supply for the metal dwindles as mines become exhausted. Zinc is the most exposed base metal to Chinese infrastructure. China has increased infrastructure spending this year as a means to boost its economy. The International Lead and Zinc Study Group recently released its latest findings, which revealed world usage of refined zinc metal is projected to grow 3.5% in 2016 due mostly to a 4.5% increase from demand in China.
EricDraven
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Nat
20 May '16
Agreed Nat. The sp has to start going north very soon, surely? Please let the costings figures be outstanding, I'm praying on bended knee. We've waited years for something good to happen and we really need it to happen now matey.

Good luck.




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