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Ferrexpo – there are reasons why the shares could now bounce sharply

Ferrexpo (FXPO) emphasises that it produces high grade iron ore pellets, which are a premium product for the global steel industry and enable reduced carbon emissions and increased productivity for steelmakers. That sounds good, but it does so from Ukraine. That is why it has seen a share price fall from approaching 500p last summer, but we can now see reasons why the shares could bounce sharply.

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Ferrexpo – Q2 production report, logistics constraints to ease?

Iron ore pellets producer Ferrexpo (FXPO) has issued a production report noting sales in the first half of 2022 of 4.4 million tonnes, representing a year on year decrease of 21%, with logistics availability “the largest constraint” on the business but that it is “in advanced discussions with a number of logistics providers to resume access to seaborne markets via neighbouring countries”.

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Notes from Underground – Most read articles for the week ending 14 May 2022

These are the most-read articles and most listened-to Bearcasts of the week. The most read non-Tom article is Ferrexpo looks like a good recovery buy with large upside as long as its operations in Ukraine continue uninterrupted by Gary Newman at a sexy Number Six or Number 11 if you include Bearcasts.


Ferrexpo looks like a good recovery buy with large upside as long as its operations in Ukraine continue uninterrupted

It isn’t really surprising that any companies operating in the region where the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine is going on have taken a big hit to their share price since it all kicked off, but that can also present opportunities as long as you are prepared to take on the risks associated with that.

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Ferrexpo – continuing production and sales despite its operations being in Ukraine

Iron-ore pellets producer, Ferrexpo (FXPO), has announced - despite operational constraints following Russia's invasion of Ukraine - “production of 2.7 million tonnes in the first quarter of 2022, representing a figure in line with the same period in 2021, and 11% below the previous quarter… Sales in 1Q 2022 of 2.6 million tonnes… net cash position of approximately US$159 million”.

Ferrexpo – Q1 production report, there remains upside potential from this cracking share tip

Iron ore pellet producer in Ukraine, Ferrexpo (FXPO) has announced a first quarter 2021 production report which includes it noting some ongoing pelletiser upgrade work impact though also that there has been some additional production, in terms of high-grade concentrate…


Ferrexpo – full-year results, still further upside to come on this cracking share tip?

Ferrexpo (FXPO) has announced results for the 2020 calendar year and that it expects to deliver a further increase in production this year. It is all looking good…

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Ferrexpo – time for another go

Back in May I suggested buying shares in Ferrexpo (FXPO) at 207p on the basis that the sharp fall in the share price on the news of the resignation of the auditor was overdone and that a rally to 250p was likely. The good news for those that saw 250p as a target was that it was hit in short order, with the shares going on to 285p...

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This Iron Baby is Not for Turning as Steel Prices Soar by 30%

Hello, Share Punchers. Are you getting along with your 2016-17 tax return? Only about a week to go now before the end of January when you’ll have to pay more if you don’t file in time. Luckily, many Armchair Tycoons are no longer troubled too much with capital gains tax as most of our holdings are in ISAs. For this reason, it’s well worth keeping your ISA topped up.

Ferrexpo, questions, questions

The International Monetary Fund has decided to delay fresh loan payments of $3.4 billion to Ukraine. In the meantime the World Bank has given the Deposit Guarantee Fund in Kiev $500 million to keep the leading Ukrainian banks solvent. The two international agencies have also agreed to the seizure of $174 million in funds held in a Kiev bank by the London-listed iron-ore miner, Ferrexpo. The state raid on Ferrexpo’s corporate account in Finance & Credit Bank, one of the top-10 Ukrainian banks in asset value, is the first cash confiscation from a Ukrainian oligarch for the benefit of the Ukrainian reform programme. 

Zak Mir's Great Request Show: Ferrexpo, Paragon Entertainment & Premaitha Health

If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at - Today I look at shares in Ferrexpo (FXPO), Paragon Entertainment (PEL), Premaitha Health (NIPT), and setting share price targets for all three stocks

Ferrexpo's shocker shows why you have to be a top-down AND bottom-up investor

Way back at the start of the year one big picture investment theme I had a good deal of sympathy for was that bond investors would have to get used to the term ‘haircut’ (a cut in anticipated coupons/principal repayment cash flows) reflecting the reality of too many crud balance sheets out there.  I still believe Greek government bonds have that capability given time and a variety of energy sector bonds look deeply shocking but yesterday the Ukrainian Parliament voted through an agreement struck with its largest bond creditors which included a 20% haircut on its sovereign bonds. 

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