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Sirius Minerals Share Price (SXX)

Share Price Information for Sirius Minerals (SXX)

Share Price: 19.25Bid: 19.00Ask: 19.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Sirius Minerals
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 1.32%Open: 18.00High: 19.25Low: 18.00Yesterday’s Close: 19.25

Sirius Minerals Plc Ord 0.25P

Sirius Minerals is listed in the AIM 50, AIM 350
Sirius Minerals is part of the Mining sector

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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 2,294.75m £441.74m 30,000

52 Week High 29.00 52 Week High Date 1-JUL-2015
52 Week Low 6.60 52 Week Low Date 19-FEB-2015

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
848 2,706,429 3,045,364 -38.500 -0.50 0.00 0.00

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Directors Deals for Sirius Minerals (SXX)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
16-Oct-15Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Sirius Minerals
Russell Scrimshaw held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Sirius Minerals at the time of this trade.
 Russell Scrimshaw
07-Oct-15Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Sirius Minerals
Keith Clarke held the position of Non-Executive Director at Sirius Minerals at the time of this trade.
 Keith Clarke
07-Oct-15Notification of Holding
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Stephen Pycroft held the position of Non-Executive Director at Sirius Minerals at the time of this trade.
 Stephen Pycroft
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Date/TimeAuthorSubjectShare PriceOpinion
Today 00:51rcspirit1ICL sounds like....19.25No Opinion
.....a guy with a clapped out old car, talking it up to convince himself its still roadworthy.

"There's 200k miles on the clock but the guy at the garage says they dont make engines like that anymore. Its good for another 100k !. I'm pleased for the guy across the road about to take delivery of a brand new Ferrari. As car owners, we will have a lot in common".

Despite the sentiment, offer him any price for it and he'll bite your hand off !
Sooner rather than later though, it will be obsolete.....especially when the neighbours gather round to marvel at the supercar.
Tue 23:24neonredRE: Re: From up the road19.25No Opinion
Doesn't sound feasible for ICL to pump into Boulby given its present state but sounds like they are very welcoming to
their neighbours. Could be something in it ?

Thanks for this link GK.
Tue 22:54SuperleggeraRe: From up the road19.25No Opinion
Very interesting and a good find.

Just skim red it.

Jonah Weisz of HSBC, asks Stefan Borgas ICL CEO about the prospect of competition from SXX. Borgas welcomes the competition. He might be having a bout of cognitive dissonance as surely an old mine cannot compete with a new state of the art facility.

They are producing 120/150 thousand tons of Poly this year (up from 40000 last year) ramping up to 1 million tons. Once production is ramped up he thinks their cost per ton for Poly will be £30/£35 per ton (currently £70/£80 per ton).

That's prospectively low cost Poly.

They are selling it now and it sounds like Poly could be the saviour of Boulby as they've run out of their current resource.

Talk about a U turn.


PS He thinks
Tue 22:49alakazamPrices19.25No Opinion
"Okay. Let me ask Kobi to answer the tax question. On polysulphate, the base principle is we price all the nutrients as in the replacement value for the particular farmer. To remind you the nutrients are sulphur, about half of the content, potash (K2O)12% and then magnesium and calcium. Not all the farmers are able or willing to pay for all the nutrients, so sometimes you only price three, sometimes you only price two, sometimes you price all four of them. In some specialty crops you get additional synergistic effect from yields, so we get a premium for those. There's a difference of course between granular and powder. We are producing about 55% granularand about 45% powder,that's what comes out ofthe mine naturally. So we need to balance both of those. The powder goes mostly to NPK producers and of course they are looking for lower cost because they need to put this into granules themselves. The total cost in the long run will be somewhere between £30 and £35 per ton. They're higher now of course because we're in the ramp-up phase. Prices we're getting for the mix between granular and powder at the moment is around between £70 and £80 per ton. I think as volumes will go up and we will move more into commodities you would be able to see prices go down so that this spread is not a long-term spread but still it will be a very good, very robust business going forward. "

Prices seem very low, are they after Opex has been deducted? Ramp up is higher so maybe they are Opex costs?
Tue 22:28BruceJamiesonNervousrex19.25No Opinion
I paid 25 p ages ago. I did not say it was a good buy. It is a good hold.the value is ther
Tue 22:23sheps8You have to laugh:19.25No Opinion
Stefan Borgas:
" If there's a new player coming into this it will be two of us offering this product and that would be fantastic. That would be great. So I would very much welcome Sirius to build this mine and to also help us to develop this product."

Oh the hypocrisy of the CEO of ICL to come out with that statement now after all that's come to pass.


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