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27 Nov | Berkeley Mineral Resources

Not quite the volatility this week as in the past few weeks but Berkeley Mineral Resources (BMR.L) is still attracting a lot of investor attention following on from Friday’s interims (pdf file) and ahead of the much-anticipated confirmation of their Kabwe acquisition.

Berkeley Mineral Resources in the news

Berkeley Mineral has funding for Kabwe acquisition (26.11.2010)

Mining and processing company Berekeley Mineral is on the look-out for more things to buy once it has completed the acquisition of the remaining tailings at Kabwe, Zambia…

Read the whole article at Sharecast

Berkeley Mineral FY10 Loss Widens – Quick Facts (26.11.2010)

Berkeley Mineral Resources PLC (BMR.L: News) Friday posted wider loss for the year ended 30 June 2010, that reflected majority of the loss comprising management and administrative expenses and costs associated with the acquisition…

Read the whole article at RTT News

Five to Watch: Kalimantan, Angel, Ascent, Matra & Berkeley (26.11.2010)

With working capital and plant processing funds in place, coupled with a mandate to identify new opportunities, shareholders will be anxious to receive the go ahead confirmation allowing the company to generate early revenue from the acquisition…

Read the whole article at Stockopedia

Friday’s most followed: BT, Berkeley, Afren, Balfour Beatty, Bowleven, Jubilee Platinum, Baltic Oil (26.11.2010)

Berkeley Mineral Resources (LON:BMR) said it is currently working to complete the acquisition of the remaining tailings dumps at the Kabwe mine in Zambia to hold over 7 million tonnes of ore “in the not too distant future”…

Read the whole article at Proactive Investors

Berkeley raises £6.6m to fund Kabwe plant (18.11.2010)

Berkeley Mineral Resources has raised £6.6m before expenses via a placing at 3.5p per share. The net proceeds will be used to fund construction of a processing plant following completion of the proposed acquisition of the additional tailings dumps at the Kabwe mine…

Read the whole article at Stockmarket Wire