Indonesia-focused coal miner Bumi plc saw its shares on the first day of trade after a three-month suspension triggered by the firm’s failure to publish its 2012 audited full-year results. Bumi was initially halted in London in April amid allegations of financial impropriety at its Indonesian subsidiary. A month later, the coal miner reported $201 million in missing funds at Berau Coal Energy (BRAU). The share closed at £2.37 on 22 July, almost 9% lower than its price when trading was suspended on April 22.