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Share Price: 2.10Bid: 2.05Ask: 2.15Change: -0.15 (-6.67%)Faller - Bmr Group
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 4.88%Open: 2.25High: 2.25Low: 2.075Yesterday’s Close: 2.25


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BringMyReward
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Welcome back Eric
Today 17:21
Looks like a late reported buy of 1.25m shares at 2.3p. Mostly small sells today and yet we dropped. We might end up back at 2p for a short while before moving back up again.
 
EricDraven
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val/KlueLoss
Today 17:07
On we stagger, yet still alive and kicking, in spite of our management team.
EricDraven
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mikebassetts
Today 17:00
Cheers for the comment yesterday Mike, but I didn't know what to say after the last RNS. I think it can be seen as both terrible and potentially lifesaving at the same time. Lol. Only because the management of BMR has been so absolutely woeful, and I feel we did need something new in the mix. It has come at a massive cost, but could you imagine another year of Alex and his hologram sidekick working their magic, unchallenged? Jesus!

Alex looks to have been pushed (maybe even lightly) into submission in his giving away 29% to JLP. But that's where we are. He unfortunately allowed such inactivity last year on both the finance and ultimately the progress front, that we then fell into a very precarious position. JLP had to seize itts chance, with the mouthwatering asset base at Kabwe, so it looks like it has. Our asset has been grabbed almost out of our own hands, which is incredible really, but not incredible if you consider Alex's performance.

It made me wonder also, whether our own expertise was actually up to the task of taking this into full production. Regardless of the plans for doing so. Let's face it, we couldn't even submit an EPB for the vanadium.

Then we have the continuance of the ACI saga. Curiously though, this may have inadvertently assured that the JLP terms were better for us than they would otherwise have been. With ACI still lingering and a slight threat to JLP scooping the treasure perhaps.

To conclude, I feel we must hope and trust that JLP can get this moving, optimising everything we hold, and that we have actually been saved from further peril. In spite of what we've always been led to believe by both Alex and MA.

In fact, I would be "delighted" if Borrelli is jettisoned out of a cannon.at JLP's earliest convenience. Lol.

I probably won't recover my losses, but the sp must surely go up once the ball finally gets rolling. That's the way I'm looking at it.

Cheers Mike and good luck.
FireballXL5
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Inclined
Today 14:35
to think that a Bird in the hand, Kabwe BMR/JPL, is worth two in the Bush. The WPT, LPR and ISF will at current rates and yeilds now produce over £1 Billion in revenues and with the Vanadium £2 Billion and that without Star or Kashitu the WKS and various other piles they will get round to.
jeffry
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RE: JPL
Today 14:33
was having this for long time ago (was in my bottom drawer - along with many other shares unfortunately) -
mikebassetts
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RE: JPL
Today 14:31
jeffry-thanks for that update but i never had you down as a shareholder in BMR anyway..
jeffry
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RE: JPL
Today 14:23
I reduced my BMR holding few days ago as despite a good deals with JLP (which is very good for JLP), i feel that JLP will have better chance in multibag next few weeks. not because of zinc, but because Tjate palladium (which is much bigger than the zinc prospect) is progressing the discussion with JV partner (anglo america maybe?) and we may get rns soon on JLP with regards to JV partner on massive Tjate.

time will tell
mikesurt
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3Brag
Today 14:16
You forgetting one thing 3card, not only is JM engineering standards up to Conroast spec, and enviromental standards
but they have Dr Mathews Phosa on the board who took us safely through Dilakong and Hernic 'certification and enviromental licencing rules , all to Mitshubishe criteria as well.. Leon was taken on years ago because of his ties to
the Conroast experiments and now is the only exceptable method to be granted licence. Zema approval is just part
of the licencing to enable not only good practice, but to enable JM to participate in the Clean up Funding which is
available to the metal extraction exercise. Check on Dr Phosa background and enlighten yourself. Regards.
bandit1
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JPL
Today 14:12
Are not the problem. They see an opportunity to do (at a very competitive price) what an inept succession of managment have failed to do. Where would we be without this support? I invested in JPL as soon as they announced the JV as I was relieved that there was a chance that I may get a return on my pathetic investment in here. They have funding and the right skills and now have institutional support which hopefully will grow. Time will tell but I feel that I may get some return now.
bodg
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RE: Thinking aloud...
Today 14:05
Although I said I'd never put more money in this mentally handicapped company I would love to win the lottery and take a blocking stake in the company to frustrate any takeover bid. We LTH's have waited patiently for so long we deserve to make a profit on our investment. Anyone know any White Nights with deep pockets who might want to pi££ JBL off?




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