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Share Price Information for Beacon Hill (BHR)


Share Price: 0.435Bid: 0.41Ask: 0.46Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Beacon Hill
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 12.20%Open: 0.44High: 0.45Low: 0.40Yesterday’s Close: 0.435
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Beacon Hill Resources Plc Ord 0.25P

Beacon Hill is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Beacon Hill is part of the Mining sector




Intraday Beacon Hill Share Chart


Intraday Beacon Hill Share Price Chart


Share Price SpacerPrice
0.435

Share Price SpacerBid
0.41

Share Price SpacerAsk
0.46

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
10,789,830

Share Price SpacerOpen
0.44

Share Price SpacerHigh
0.45

Share Price SpacerLow
0.40

Share Price SpacerClose
0.435

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Beacon Hill Share Graph


3 Month Beacon Hill Share Price Graph


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 2,405.26m £10.46m 500,000

52 Week High 2.95 52 Week High Date 27-AUG-2013
52 Week Low 0.34 52 Week Low Date 22-MAY-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
33 9,071,147 1,718,683 -0.549 -0.79 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

22-Jul-14
16:20:35
0.4248
2,032,968
Sell* 
0.41
0.46
8,636
Trade Type:
Ordinary

22-Jul-14
16:28:14
0.43
996,484
Buy* 
0.41
0.43
4,285
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply

22-Jul-14
16:16:37
0.41
248,333
Sell* 
0.41
0.46
1,018
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Beacon Hill (BHR)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
02-Jul-12Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Beacon Hill Resources
Justin Farr-Jones held the position of Non-Executive Director at Beacon Hill Resources at the time of this trade.
 Justin Farr-Jones
002500000
30-Dec-11Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Beacon Hill Resources
Justin Lewis held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Beacon Hill Resources at the time of this trade.
 Justin Lewis
0019433320
30-Dec-11Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Beacon Hill Resources
Timothy Jones held the position of Company Secretary at Beacon Hill Resources at the time of this trade.
 Timothy Jones
00860000
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Tue 21:01
Cocobeam
RE: news
0.44
No Opinion

While things aren't great I fancy BHR chances of turning things around and surviving more than some of the major players who are heavily debt laden due to purchases made at the height of the cycle. The big players are losing more than our MCap due to offtake agreements. US Met Coal producers need prices to be at least US$160 to start turning a profit. Many mines have closed and many more are likely to close. Nothing is guaranteed which is likely why the IIs derisked further investment by nailing BHRs balls to the table with the last placement. It does go to show however that finance is likely to happen as IIs are not in the habit of investing unnecessarily into a sinking ship. Ultimately BHR has a working mine along with infrastructure and trains (although under house arrest). If the price of coal was $200 we could crack on as a 2\3 tier operator in profit while upgrading the wash plant to tier 1 status. Unfortunately its not but nobody can say for sure it won't be in six months. The global market for steel is up 3.1% for 2014 and projected growth for 2015 is 3.3% so the demand is there. Supply & demand will sort itself out as the industry cannot continue at this level indefinitely. This could see .25 which is an ENORMOUS drop of .18 from current SP or on the flip side could easily go over 2p. I still think this share has way to go yet before value is added but I still view it as one of the better gambles on AIM at the moment. OMO. Dyor.
Tue 20:25
redbike
RE: news
0.44
No Opinion

But a great buy if your looking to take over at this price :-)
Tue 19:43
thincat
RE: news
0.44
No Opinion

With no news regarding the rail equipment assume that they are still being held by customs pending discussions on whether they are mining equipment and eligible for tax relief, once this issue gets sorted then a lease agreement could be signed. Everything appears to be on hold at the moment, certainly a concern that the finance is not sorted yet, this has been going on for almost a year now, however in the current climate and as illustrated by this company, lenders will set high levels of conditions and tough due diligence before lending to an operation which without the funding is not a going concern and is operating at the bottom of the commodity price cycle, if the coal price were to recover this would be a different story. BHR is in survival mode, lets hope for some positive news soon although as the RNS history of this company tells us, the time-scales quoted by the BOD cannot be relied upon. GLA
Tue 19:38
46andup
re redbike
0.44
No Opinion

Yes we need to be informed ,I thought they had to release need as soon as they received it,I could be wrong.
Tue 19:30
redbike
RE: news
0.44
No Opinion

What we need is the news on when the locomotives and railway stock will be operational. Also if they get the refund of tax will be a double bonus. I'm not sure how they could have assumed there was a refund due if there wasn't. Isn't that what we have legal people for? Rail have already passed inspection so not sure what the holdup is as there must be a time frame. To have them sat doing nothing when they could be earning seems a ridiculous thought.
Tue 19:12
46andup
news
0.44
No Opinion

Mozambique trying to aid coal mines July 21 2014 at 06:00pm By Reuters Comment on this story Coal Independent Newspapers Maputo - Mozambique is discussing with its foreign coal mining partners ways to help them ride out depressed markets but will not be offering special tax breaks to ease the pain, its mineral resources minister said on Monday. Esperanca Bias told Reuters the government understood that companies such as Vale of Brazil and Rio Tinto, which helped Mozambique to start up in 2011 as a coal producer and exporter, were feeling the pain of depressed global prices for coal used in steelmaking and generating power. The southern African nation, which still bears the scars of a 1975-1992 civil war, has the world's fourth-largest untapped recoverable coal reserves, estimated at over two billion tonnes. Vale is investing billions of dollars on rail and port networks to bring greater volumes of coal to the market, up from a current export capacity of five million tonnes per year. It is targeting 22 million tonnes by 2017/2018. But Vale, which announced an accumulated loss of $44 million for Mozambique operations in the first quarter, says it urgently needs to cut operating costs to remain competitive. “We're studying this,” Bias said on the sidelines of the fifth Mozambique Coal Conference in Maputo. “We are working on it to see what can be done from our side.” she added. Mining companies face the challenge of getting coal, mostly from mines in Tete province, over 600-900 km (370-560 miles) to ports on the Indian Ocean coast. This is in a nation that urgently needs modern railways and ports. Comparatively, major coal producer Australia has to carry its coal only about 200 km to ports which give access to the same big overseas export markets of China and India, putting the fledgling southern African producer at a costs and logistics disadvantage. Bias said that although the government was looking at ways to tackle the challenging logistics, this would not involve any special concessions. “We don't believe that reducing tax will resolve the problem. We don't think the tax system needs to be changed,” she said. FIRST NACALA TRAIN THIS YEAR Addressing the Maputo conference, the director of Vale's Global Coal Division, Pedro Gutemberg, said the Brazilian company remained committed to Mozambique. It was investing more than $4.5 billion in a 900 km railway from Moatize through Malawi to Nacala port in northern Mozambique. Nacala is being developed as a deep-water coal export terminal capable of taking bulk carriers. “Definitely, the plan is to have the first full train by the end of the year,” Gutemberg said. The Nacala terminal would be tested in January or February to be able to start exporting next year. Bias said this would complement the existing Sena rail line carrying coal from Tete province to Beira port in central Mozambi

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