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Michael Masterman introduces Saffron Energy to London AIM Market (LON: SRON) Watch here

Michael Masterman introduces Saffron Energy to London AIM Market (LON: SRON)


BMR Group PLC Share Chat (BMR)



Share Price: 7.625Bid: 7.50Ask: 7.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bmr Group
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 3.33%Open: 7.625High: 7.625Low: 7.625Yesterday’s Close: 7.625


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EricDraven
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SAUS
Today 00:00
Seat not Fiat. Oops.
 
EricDraven
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SAUS
Mon 23:54
Ha ha. I know. But this time......

Fiat ad. Sounds good, I'll have a look.
SAUSAGEFINGERS
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re Saus
Mon 22:52
Eric believe me they have been in the bottom drawers of all of the nine chests that have fallen apart under the weight of anticipation and hope.

Just noticed the Seat SUV ad was filmed about 500 yards from my house
EricDraven
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SAUS
Mon 22:39
How poetic. It's quite easy though Saus. Just shove these back in the bottom drawer until Q3, then see how we are fixed. It doesn't do us any good watching the sp treading water.

A decent time again for research, while we await production, and also a chance to arrange our own rest home plans.

Smashin'.
SAUSAGEFINGERS
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The market
Mon 22:23
will only prick up its ears when it hears noises of significant progress with plant construction, until then we will drift around in the sea of tranquility whilst the sands of time slowly trickle away........
MS67
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RE: no decent sells
Mon 14:10
easy to buy not so easy to sell online , suggests MM don't want anymore at this price
DShox
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no decent sells
Mon 10:41
just a relatively illiquid stock - not one for day trading. a few 40 quid sells and it looks like the wind has gone. it hasn't.
Jeremiah99
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RE: Vanadium
Mon 10:19
nubie1 - These are my rough valuations of the metals historically mined at Kabwe, in today's rates -

Zn = $5.08bn
Pb = $1.78bn
V = $164m (RNS 20/1/2017 states $21k/tonne)
Ag = $46.6m
Cd = $1m (currently averaging around $5000/tonne from what I can glean off t'internet)
Cu = $180K

Total = around $7Bn of which by far the most important are the top 3 plus Silver. The total value of the V extracted doesn't appear to be a huge amount.
I'd guess the rest of the minor stuff could be ignored, IMO. As mentioned a couple of years back, most Rare Earths are not that rare or valuable and can be a pig to extract anyway.
nubie1
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RE: Vanadium
Mon 08:09
Over lifespan of mine 88 yrs
1.8 Mt of zinc
0.8 Mt of pb
By products
79 t of ag
7820t of fuzed vanadium V205
235t of cd
64 t of cu
Rare trace elements
Ge
Gi
In

indium has been mined , silver has not been mentioned processing yet either but it's there at mine . Always potentials considering our unique method of processing




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