Register
Login:
Share:
Email Facebook Twitter


Exclusive: Hayden Locke, CEO Emmerson plc, a low cost high margin potash investment
Richard Slape, Oil consultant - Avoiding Losers and Picking Winners, his personal strategy


GCM Resources Share Chat (GCM)



Share Price: 25.75Bid: 25.00Ask: 26.50Change: -1.25 (-4.63%)Faller - Gcm Resources
Spread: 1.50Spread as %: 6.00%Open: 27.00High: 27.00Low: 24.75Yesterday’s Close: 27.00


Share Discussion for GCM Resources


Thread View

Please login or register to post a message on Share Chat.

Posts per page:

gggg21
Posts: 4,434
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.00
RE: interesting sp movement again
Today 15:59
Was another 50k before that to. Have been a couple of chunky buys this week. 25 acting as new support now. We know what happened last week when we saw chunky buying. Rns and 50% open up
 
livinhope
Posts: 67
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:26.25
interesting sp movement again
Today 15:51
a buy of 56k shares has moved the Bid up to 26p
livinhope
Posts: 67
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.50
RE: I'm lost
Today 14:52
The answer is really quite simple.....the sp is going nowhere whilst I am invested here!
The stock market will never allow me to make money - if I sold today the sp would be up in the £s within days!!!
It's as simple as that!
Sorry.
redeyemines
Posts: 477
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.50
RE: I'm lost
Today 14:44
gggg------the number of shares has doubled, but so has the price of coal-----so we are as we were------------- but now we have an 80% interest in 4000mw power plants another 2000 mw plant, and great backing from a leading Chinese Co.
-
-------25p --?????
gggg21
Posts: 4,434
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.50
RE: I'm lost
Today 14:30
*comparision. New phone sorry.
gggg21
Posts: 4,434
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.50
RE: I'm lost
Today 14:30
It is slightly distorted the conprision in price as it’s to do with the number of shares in issue. Always better to compare the mcap. Green light and go ahead this will rocket exponentially as we are talking about figures of billions of £ not millions.
Masterbaker
Posts: 7,732
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.50
RE: Simply Wall st seem very positi
Today 14:29
Two para's from, Simply Wall St. Don't sound too much on the ball to me. Unless l missed something,l haven't followed as close as l use to years ago.

" For example, they may be hoping that GCM Resources finds fossil fuels with an exploration program, "

A week ago
" some shareholders believe that GCM Resources will discover or develop new oil or gas reserves before too long "
bythesea1973
Posts: 22
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:25.50
RE: I'm lost
Today 14:18
Question. On GL, should we still reach the same SP regardless of where we start, or does this current low SP mean a lower end price?
hamcutlet
Posts: 73
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.50
RE: I'm lost
Today 14:14
Sum's it up perfectly..... I am at a loss also.

Just doesn't make any sense.
redeyemines
Posts: 477
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.50
I'm lost
Today 14:03
Back in the dim and distant GCM got up to about £9 a share (i'll have to take others word for that, as it was before my time), before things came to a halt with the riots and deaths of protesters.
-Then we had another rally, --as the GL was "just around the corner", and we got up to just over £3 (yup---I paid the top here), before once again the anticipation was met by silence, and the long slow drift began.
-Even when Sheikh Hasina made her infamous statement of "leaving it in the ground for future generations", we were still around the 150-170 level.
-Now we are here, with the best JV partner money can buy, ---massive proposals of 6000mw power plants, --Local people and MP on our side-no bad noises coming from Hasina (in fact quite the reverse), coal being mentioned , left, right and centre--a total love affair going on between China and Bangla (to the point where Bangla can not say no),
-Days, (weeks) away from presenting the most comprehensive power plan to the GOB, in the country's history, ---one the GOB knows is coming, and has made no negative comments about-so you have to assume they're happy.
-
-Then why are we @25p ????
lovely
Posts: 63
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:25.75
Simply Wall st seem very positive
Today 12:37
beeshoney
Posts: 2,685
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:25.75
tang & gcm
Today 12:25
Pre this Tang was working as consultant/lobbyist for GCM,,,i belive it was him who wanted to buy gcm stake in jan, but was told to get gcm he had to acquire,POLO, which he did for 40p in may of 013, at the time gcm was under investigation from OECD & An appeal which took us to 2016 [we past with flying colours and all objections shown to be false from activists ]during this time he could do no real work in promoting or attracting J/V so in just 3yrs he has got us to this stage ,He is completely connected in THE Asian energy world ,would have looked at every angle the pros/cons on this being viable , and he brought polo to obtant the jewel which is GCM,, So for me there is little doubt that he would have been given extremely promising indications so long as all requirements are met ,IMHO
jan,,,013
Polo Resources Limited (AIM and TSX: POL), announces that it has held discussions with interested parties over the last year regarding the sale of its 29.77 per cent stake in GCM Resources plc ("GCM"). Discussions are ongoing and at a very early stage and there can be no certainty that an offer for some or all of its interest will be forthcoming.
B/O Pol
Malaysian Group, Mettiz Capital Ltd, becomes Polo's Largest Shareholder

Â

Polo Resources Limited (AIM: POL and BSX: POL:BH) the natural resources investment company with interests in gold, oil and gas, coal and iron ore, has been informed that Mettiz Capital Ltd.("Mettiz") (a company controlled by Michael Tang, Executive Co-Chairman and Managing Director of Polo), today acquired 31,738,775 ordinary shares of no par value (representing approximately 11.77 per cent of the Company's issued ordinary share capital) at a price of 40 pence per share.Â
GPback
Posts: 5,920
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:25.75
Let’s get them better paid jo..
Today 09:42
beeshoney
Posts: 2,685
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.75
Bangladesh's economy is promising:
Today 09:11
Well nothing is possible with out cheap controllable energy,] love to be at this coming meeting
Bangladesh's economy is promising: Chinese ambassador

This information was given in a DCCI press release.
The Chinese ambassador said that the Chinese government has taken the 'one belt one-road' program to ensure high standards of transport.
He said that China's investment in Bangladesh has increased significantly in the FY 2010-2014 and this continuation will continue in the next few days.
He also said that China is the largest partner in development and investment of large infrastructure projects in Bangladesh and in the near future, China's cooperation will be continued in new projects.
The ambassador said, along with 200 big companies of China, as well as about 200 small and medium Chinese entrepreneurs have invested in this country. He stressed on improving the cooperation between China and Bangladesh businessmen and conducting necessary research in the potential sector.
Osama Tasee said that China is the largest trading partner in Bangladesh and the trade volume between Bangladesh and China in the financial year 2017-18 was 12.4 billion US dollars. He expressed his hope that by 2021, trade volume between the two countries would stand at 18 billion US dollars.
beeshoney
Posts: 2,685
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.75
under real pressure
Today 09:05
Gas price hike will cause disaster in the garment sector'
Online Desk
Published: 20 March 2015, 21:46

Leaders of the country's top business organization thinks that there will be no other way than to leave the business unnecessarily, if the price of gas increases.

Today, the most influential businessmen of the country - BGMEA, BTMA and BKMEA jointly organized a joint summit demanding not to increase the price of gas. The information agency told the UNB.

BGMEA president Siddiqur Rahman said, "If the gas is extended according to the proposed 132 percent of the gas distribution companies, how will we sustain our industry?" He said, "If the price of gas is increased, then the garment sector can cause severe calamities."

The president said, "If the proposed gas price hike is implemented, there will be major impact on the garments and textile sector. Because of this, the cost of production in the industry will increase by 5 percent overall.
beeshoney
Posts: 2,685
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:25.75
realty in phulbari,no power
Today 08:55
We know there little gas left,so ask what other options are there for this isolated poor region ]

Human chain demands for gas connection in Dinajpur

President of Dinajpur Press Club Swarup Bakshi Bachchu, General Secretary Golam Nabi Dulal, Dinajpur's former municipal leader Syed Mosaddek Hossain Labu, Dinajpur CPB general secretary Badiuzzaman Badal, Dinajpur Journalist Association executive member of ATN Bangla Special Representative Humayun Chasti addressed the program.

Leaders and activists of various political, social and cultural organizations expressed solidarity and took part in the program.

During the hour-long program, the speakers said that there is a great potential of agricultural and industrial as well as agricultural production in Dinajpur, known as the grain market of the country.

They demanded to connect Dinajpur to Bogra to extend the gas connection from Rangpur to Nilphamari Syedpur.

They said, despite the potential, the entrepreneurs are not interested in investing in the absence of gas connections. Therefore, gas connection is essential for industrial development of Dinajpur.
beeshoney
Posts: 2,685
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:25.75
going the right directon
Today 08:48
In the presentation on the project, Maheswali-Matarbari Infrastructure Development Program, on Thursday, suggested this in the speech.

The Prime Minister said, "Development is for the people, it is not for the people to harm, to develop.

"Many times, people have to acquire land while making projects. They should pay attention to the exact value of the land in time. "

PM's Speech Writer said that the contents of the meeting held at the Prime Minister's Office Nazrul Islam.

The government is moving forward with a big financial plan with Maheskhali, the island of Cox's Bazar Upazila. Part of this plan is the construction of 1,200 megawatt power plant and deep seaport at Motherbari with the help of Japan. Special economic zones are also there.
beeshoney
Posts: 2,685
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:27.00
RE: Deals are being done
Today 07:53
Burma the military are extremely close with china bordering it, and investing millions ,it would be a mediator in the rohinga situation , i was working in the extreme north last yr, where burma boarders both china & Bangladesh,
Burmese government is very friendly with china and allow them mind blowing privileges, sadly
GPback
Posts: 5,920
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:27.00
RE: Deals are being done
Today 07:16
Representatives of Bangladesh’s Awami League (AL) and the Communist Party of China (CPC) signed the first-ever memorandum of understanding (MoU) between their countries’ ruling parties in an effort to boost cooperation, officials said.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who leads Awami, and CPC Central Committee minister Song Tao expressed hope during a meeting in Dhaka that the two parties would strengthen their ties in the days to come, national news agency Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS) reported.

“The MoU has been signed to improve the relationship and communication between the two parties. It will help establish an exchange of visits and training at the party level in both countries,” Hasina spokesman Md Nazrul Islam told BenarNews.

Islam said the prime minister sought support from China in repatriating to Myanmar Rohingya refugees to Myanmar who are sheltering at camps in southeastern Bangladesh, according to BSS.

More than 700,000 Rohingya from Myanmar’s Rakhine state fled to refugee camps in and around Cox’s Bazar district since August 2017, when Myanmar’s military cracked down on members of the stateless ethnic minority in response to deadly attacks against army and police posts by a Rohingya insurgent group.

The two sides also discussed Chinese investment in infrastructure, energy and agriculture in Bangladesh.

“China is very developed in the agriculture sector. So we want their cooperation for development of our agriculture,” Islam quoted Hasina as saying, BSS reported.

Hasina said 700 acres had been allocated for Chinese investors to establish an economic zone in southern Chittagong district. In addition, China is establishing a gas pipeline in Myanmar and could tap into that line in the new economic zone, BSS said.

One Belt, One Road

The projects line up with the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) plan where China aims to link Beijing with Asia, Europe and Africa by building massive highways, railways, ports and other infrastructure.

“Chinese President Xi Jinping is one of the major powerful men in the world and he wants to increase his country’s involvement under the OBOR policy incorporating India, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Nepal,” Hasan Tareque, an official with the Communist Party of Bangladesh, told BenarNews.

Critics have complained that China wants these countries to become dependent on its economy through loan traps, he said.

“Awami League, by signing this MoU, wants to give a message to the business community that it is business friendly. AL, at the same time, wants to lessen its dependence on the United States in terms of foreign policy and wants to take a multi-centric approach,” Tareque said.

Meanwhile, economist Anu Muhammad said the two parties had a similar autocratic stance.

“The Awami League government wants growth-based development at any cost. They are not bothering about devastation of land, forest
GPback
Posts: 5,920
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:27.00
RE: Deals are being done
Today 07:16
Anu’s not happy, obviously:

“Meanwhile, economist Anu Muhammad said the two parties had a similar autocratic stance.

“The Awami League government wants growth-based development at any cost. They are not bothering about devastation of land, forests, water, river, environment and the ecosystem,” he told BenarNews.”
GPback
Posts: 5,920
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:27.00
Deals are being done
Today 07:13
beeshoney
Posts: 2,685
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:27.00
RE: state of things
Today 01:05
High-efficiency, low-emission (HELE) coal-fired electricity generation technology will play a critical role in South-East Asia’s future economic prosperity and climate policies, according to a new report from ASEAN Centre for Energy and the World Coal Association (WCA).

The new report confirms that HELE coal technology will provide affordable and reliable electricity to more than 600 million people in the region while dramatically reducing emissions.

The report conducts a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis of climate, energy and sustainable development policies in ASEAN nations, which are set to increase their electricity demand significantly in coming years.

It finds that if ASEAN shifts its coal-fired power generation capacity to a modern, low emissions fleet by 2035, the region would reduce its cumulative emissions by 1.3 billion tonnes, equivalent to the annual emissions of the US, China and the European Union combined.

The new report is consistent with other projections by leading energy analysts. A recent report from the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies concluded that based on current national power plans, South East Asia’s coal capacity will reach 148 GW by 2025, a 139% increase on 2015.

Coal will pass gas as South East Asia’s number one energy source before 2025, the OIES report concluded.

ASEAN is one of the fastest growing regions in the world with economic growth forecast to increase by over 6% per year. Growth has already lifted millions from poverty and seen the number of people in the region without access to electricity halved over the past 20 years.
beeshoney
Posts: 2,685
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:27.00
state of things
Today 00:56
report from a renewable analyst, phulbari with the renewed air cooled super critical p/p, change it all, there seems little other options

The remaining plants are in the early stages of development according to Global Coal Plant Tracker – a global database of coal projects – and a long way from even beginning construction. Many of the projects are likely to have been quietly shelved.

THESE DELAYS MEAN EXPENSIVE, IMPORTED COAL-FIRED POWER IS LARGELY UNABLE TO REPLACE EXPENSIVE IMPORTED OIL- AND DIESEL- FUELED GENERATION or serve the needs of Bangladesh’s growing electricity demand.

With coal projects stalled, liquefied natural gas (LNG) has gained momentum with some major announcements of new projects. However, according to the new BPDB annual report there are delays here too. The Reliance 750MW LNG plant has been pushed back 12 months while the Summit 500MW plant has been delayed 6 months.

Bangladesh’s fossil fuel import plans come as other nations and global financial markets are becoming increasingly concerned by the economic burden that fuel imports bring, as well as the energy security implications. This concern has been magnified by weakening currencies across emerging markets which make commodities traded in U.S. dollars, such as coal and LNG, even more expensive.
ToeDipper
Posts: 287
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:27.00
Hasina
Thu 21:46
“We will definitely undertake development projects, but all will have to keep this in mind that the uplift is made for the people,”

This is a very positive quote from Hasina. I'm not gonna start speculating or ramping etc but personally I can't help but see the positive in this statement. Let's just hope it DOES include us and it's not too far off time wise
Good luck all.
GPback
Posts: 5,920
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:27.00
RE: Sheikh Hasina
Thu 19:14
So basically, any development project is possible as long as the people are looked after.

Well she’s spoken.




Share Price, Share Chat, Stock Market news at lse.co.uk
FREE Member Services
- Setup a personalised Watchlist and Virtual Portfolio.
- Gain access to LIVE real-time Regulatory News (RNS).
- View more Trades, Directors' Deals, and Broker Ratings.
Share Price, Share Chat, Stock Market news at lse.co.uk









Datafeed and UK data supplied by NBTrader and Digital Look. While London South East do their best to maintain the high quality of the information displayed on this site,
we cannot be held responsible for any loss due to incorrect information found here. All information is provided free of charge, 'as-is', and you use it at your own risk.
The contents of all 'Chat' messages should not be construed as advice and represent the opinions of the authors, not those of London South East Limited, or its affiliates.
London South East does not authorise or approve this content, and reserves the right to remove items at its discretion.