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Share Price: 2.80Bid: 2.60Ask: 3.00Change: 0.45 (+19.15%)Riser - Beowulf
Spread: 0.40Spread as %: 15.38%Open: 2.35High: 2.80Low: 2.35Yesterday’s Close: 2.35


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sj74
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Mrplodge
16 May '15
It will only be delayed if the decision carries over into 2016. No drilling at the moment, just working on an early decision.
 
mrplodge
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decision
16 May '15
If this is delayed again most on here will have lost the will to live and I presume more money will be needed. What exactly are BEM doing at the moment. Any drilling of any sort. What about other licenses
EricDraven
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sj74
16 May '15
Yes, thinking along the same lines. Be good to leave this sp behind and have a higher low though, even if it's a couple of pence, then build on that steadily as good news unfolds. Have to see what happens, because Kurt may even have already lined up a strategic partner to speed our progress, pending us receiving a positive Concession decision. I hope so as well.

Nighty night. Morny morn.
sj74
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15 May '15
Hi Eric, I'm honestly not expecting anything dramatic in the sp, maybe a spike of a couple of pence. That's about it. But as you say it's the potential it gives us to climb massively over Time when sentiment/markets improve. Without it we have nothing, with it we still have the opportunity. Nighty night.
EricDraven
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sj74
15 May '15
The sp has been awful, steadily awful. Not sure how dramatic an effect the approval will have on the sp immediately, but it will certainly unlock the door to our future success. Shame iron ore prices aren't yet flying, but eventually we'll see a more bullish outlook. Just have to stick it out until we start seeing real upwards movement, when I'm sure we'll all feel much happier about our decision to remain involved.

Cheers SJ.
EricDraven
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treetop
15 May '15
Best of luck to you too Treetop.
sj74
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AGM
15 May '15
16th June according to scheduled dates on the aktietorget. Could be a good meeting :)
knicol46
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quarterly update coming
15 May '15
29 May
sj74
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15 May '15
Well, this SP for the last few months is certainly very steady lol. Hopefully coiling itself ready for the concession approval. Anything higher than the 1s!. As bulp says if we dont get it before June than I would expect autumn time.
treetop
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Good holiday Kallak
15 May '15
Enjoy Crete Kal, your posts are much appreciated and the mood seems to be positive by the government if the greenies are trying to lobby against a mine without the backing of the locals. Has me worried why the media in Sweden seem so keen to present only one side of the argument but perhaps they are full of lefties like the BBC, happy to deny others for the sake of their environmental guilt trips ! Looking forward to the next few weeks with renewed confidence,we have definitely deserved this decision when it is announced,gd luck all long termers





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