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Share Price: 1.15Bid: 1.10Ask: 1.20Change: -0.025 (-2.13%)Faller - Berkeley Min.
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 9.09%Open: 1.175High: 1.20Low: 1.15Yesterday’s Close: 1.175


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REDORDEAD
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I'm also
9 Oct '14
In prem it's the most undervalued share on aim.
 
NatCoalKing
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nesty
9 Oct '14
I presume you know that their flagship project is in Zimbabwe? One of the worst places on earth to do business!
nesty
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BMR
9 Oct '14
I used to be in here during the 6p days.

My main gripe was that nothing ever seem to move here. Always delay after delay.

When it started rising to 2.40 etc I thought finally you lot getting some payback. Another false dawn.

I'm invested in Prem another miner and they deal in Africa as well. Though their dealings are way more prompter and move along much quicker. Take a look they have a new resource Mining study out very soon.
emblaze1
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re Shwmae
9 Oct '14
I could not agree more.

I am now just waiting to get to a certain level then bail - when will that be to be honest just looking to get stake money back. For all his 76 years experience on this planet I sometimes get the impression MA is being played by some deep pocketed well connected people trying to get our asset at a knock down price. The zinc in our asset is just too valuable not to be eyed by envious sharks circling our prize to the detriment of the shareholders.
Smudger75
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RE: Interesting
9 Oct '14
Great find LJC

As you know the last two email responses from MA have been far more professionally worded and written then anything MA has given his name to in the past. In fact we came to the conclusion that they may well have be written by A. N. Other!!!

Let's hope that's in line with the recent RNS, the use of therm 'co-financing' and your find this evening.

Perhaps someone with a better command of the English and the industry as a whole is wording these...

...step forward Dr Geoffrey Casson B Sc., PhD., who has extensive previous experience of base metals mining and processing in Zambia, principally with the State-owned mining company, ZCCM.

Just a thought.
Shwmae
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More Waiting!!!
9 Oct '14
Evening all. Now we find ourselves back at near recent lows, I think my main concern now is how far this will drift lower before next news. Unless we have an update on other projects, imo we are looking at a wait of best part of a month before we receive more detail on the DFS simplified gravity flowsheet. That is a long time in Aim and more will lose their patience and sell. The issue is, why sell now after coming thus far with the BMR story. Maybe, investors are forced to bail due to needing the cash, but to bail now due to impatience imo is not the answer. Maybe I am wrong, after all one can only take so much, particularly as many of the issued RNS' have been misleading to say the least. I accept that MA is not interested in the level of share price, but it is very real to us. Zema approval was supposed to be the game changer and open the flood gates of news regarding production. Turned out to be a damp squib AGAIN. The word AGAIN being the operative word here, we wait AGAIN for news on DFS, will that be the game changer....if not, we wait AGAIN. I just worry that the market has lost all faith in BMR getting into production, it just seems to be being pushed further and further back and considering we should of been up and running in August 2013. Moan over, just want this to come good for everyone whether you are long termers or fairly new to BMR, you lucky peeps :)
West
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Intersting
9 Oct '14
LJC Very good find, hope it is not coincidental. I hope that use of the wording has some substance & intent. Thank you for sharing.
ljchandler
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RE: Interesting
9 Oct '14
Its the first time that co-financing has ever been mentioned in an RNS I believe...

http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2014/may/27/china-fund-african-development-bank
ljchandler
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Interesting
9 Oct '14
I typed co financing into google and this came up

http://financial-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Co-Financing+Agreement
ljchandler
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CO-financing deal
9 Oct '14
So whats the chances of Sable being sold to someone looking to Co-finance BMR??

The ZG won't want job losses in Kabwe and don't want a gun held to their heads by the likes of Glencore..

We need a white knight to come along and buy the plant and invest in EPL....



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