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Share Price: 2.15Bid: 2.10Ask: 2.20Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Berkeley Min.
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 4.76%Open: 2.00High: 2.15Low: 2.00Yesterday’s Close: 2.15


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mr_tickle
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Lee
19 Aug '14
You bet it ll be well received
 
EricDraven
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Ljc
19 Aug '14
I've always thought that as well, especially with no news on Ndola or Chingola. Silence on those for ages now.
ljchandler
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WH IRELAND
19 Aug '14
nubie1
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Sp
19 Aug '14
Can anyone put opening sp off l2 on here and thru out day if pos be good to see later thank you in advance , games will be played !
mr_tickle
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Can't believe it!
19 Aug '14
Yippee
frey
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WH Ireland
19 Aug '14
Berkeley Minerals ZEMA news will be well received by the market says WH Ireland
WH Ireland Analyst Paul Smith comments on the latest news from Berkeley Minerals PLC (LON:BMR)
Berkeley Mineral Resources today announces the approval of the Environmental Impact Assessment for its Kabwe lead-zinc tailings project from the Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA). This has taken some time, but now leaves the path clear for Berkeley to advance its project through the next stages to construction.

Berkeley now has to finalise the optimal process route for its lead-zinc tailings via final metallurgical studies and has also indicated a plan to study the viability of producing copper cements via a plant in Kabwe using ores sourced through its trading contacts within the copperbelt to the north. The production of copper using this route can be profitable and already takes place in Kabwe at the neighbouring Sable plant owned by Glencore (LSE:GLEN, N/R), which uses traded ores and ores from its own mines in the DRC to produce copper cathodes and cobalt intermediates.

This long awaited approval for Berkeley will be well received by the market and puts the company firmly on a pathway to production following process optimisation, pilot plant testing and funding for a full plant. We maintain our Speculative Buy recommendation.
seismicboy
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RE: good news
19 Aug '14
Lee, he can only maintain the charade of going it alone with small scale production for so long. There will come a time when he will have to p or get off the pot.
Shwmae
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OMG, OMG
19 Aug '14
Morning all, we only went and blinking did it guys. Congratulations to all the regulars....this is just the beginning for BMR. dufc get your butt back here now...you are part of this party period. Will have to cancel my day, so will catch you all in a while. All the best
Troajan
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eric
19 Aug '14
plan b?
gla



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