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Resources analyst Charlie Long sees good times ahead for uranium


BMR Group PLC Share Chat (BMR)



Share Price: 5.00Bid: 4.75Ask: 5.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bmr Group
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 10.53%Open: 4.875High: 5.125Low: 4.875Yesterday’s Close: 5.00


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sercher70
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RE; Still
Thu 15:52
Would be nice to know what the initial criteria is/was
 
justanothermug
Posts: 135
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RE: Still
Thu 15:44
I think the sell off probably started at 8p and ended at 5p.
FWIW I think the problem is BMR haven't fulfilled all the criteria of the initial agreement.
If ACI are as big as we are led to believe then surely the money is available, but they're not willing to part with it until things are to their satisfaction.
Fingers crossed.
Andy2017
Posts: 57
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RE: Still
Thu 15:38
Surely we would of had a mass sell off if bad news was coming. Fingers crossed rns 2mo.
yaardvark
Posts: 531
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RE: Still
Thu 15:32
Can buy now, probably because there's been a few sells today, hopefully RNS last thing or tomorrow sometime...
Bracey452
Posts: 34
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Still
Thu 10:46
Can't buy any shares.Can sell
DShox
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RE: Zamsort
Thu 09:54
oops wrong bb!
DShox
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Zamsort
Thu 09:54
Taken from an article that hit my inbox today - enjoy "In just over a year the price of cobalt moved from a record low price of $9.82 a pound in February of 2016 to a high of $25.40 a pound in April of 2017. It's important to understand that while the price of cobalt, lithium and graphite have gone up, the overall cost of lithium batteries has declined due to manufacturing cost efficiencies. Reports show that electric vehicle batteries have declined by 80% in six years. Cobalt is primarily produced as a by-product of nickel and copper production, some 94% of the total. So no one is going to expand their copper or nickel mine just to get more cobalt at any price. About 54% of today's cobalt comes from the DRC with all the attendant legal and social issues."
EricDraven
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FireballXL5
Wed 23:41
We'll surely be ok. Two days to go and we should know the score.

In the meantime, never trust a fart.
FireballXL5
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Deals
Wed 23:28
Alex has TM's no deal is better than a bad deal or Noel Edmonds, a bankers offer, or Mr Blobby, Mr Magoo's uncle.
EricDraven
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Barno
Wed 22:57
Aye, the Hunan League. We've got all their records. Lol.

Hunan, traceable only to a Chinese New Year firework manufacturer.

I can feel a handy mental fog coming on.




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