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Share Price: 4.17Bid: 1.50Ask: 1.70Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on London Mining
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 13.33%Open: 0.00High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 4.17


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SteveSan
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RE: Good for workers, that's it...
Mon 18:39
I was agreeing with you :-)
 
jscr
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RE: Good for workers, that's it...
Mon 17:14
I know that... posting for others clinging to false hope still...

If mine bought = nothing after paying creditors

If mine pre-pack sold to existing BoD = nothing for Pi's as they won't relist and will be another company.

If nationalised = nothing for Pi's - and to be honest, I'd also be concerned if I was in AMI if this happened.

No good thing from here now. Keep your chins up peeps :0)
SteveSan
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RE: Good for workers, that's it...
Mon 17:07
Guys, you need to understand that this action is to save the mine and keep it producing, not to save LOND. Your investment is tied into LOND therefore we wont be getting anything back. Sorry...
jscr
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Good for workers, that's it...
Mon 17:04
Sierra Leone's finance minister is trying to save London Mining, a big employer in the Ebola-stricken West African country.

He met prospective buyers of the company in recent days in an effort to keep London Mining's mine working.

Marrah is also considering nationalising the mine, which is still operating after London Mining was forced into administration, The Sunday Times reports.
kevchenk01
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Update
Mon 16:13
On 16th October 2014 London Mining PLC (London) announced that it had appointed Russell Downs and Peter Dickens of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) as joint Administrators of the Company.

This followed a longer than expected period of negotiations between London and the potential buyers of the Maramba Mine amd was also prompted by a lack of liquidity due to the dramatic fall in iron ore prices.

Following PwC's appointment, Liberum Capital Limited resigned on 16th October 2014 as Nominated Adviser and Broker to the Company with immediate effect. If London fails to appoint a replacement Nominated Adviser within one month, the admission of its Alternative Investment Market (AIM) securities will be cancelled.

We will notify you on receipt of any further information from the Administrators.

Should you wish to find more information about the Appointment of Administrators, please visit the London website, http://www.londonmining.com/.
Johnayres99
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jamzyee
Mon 15:42
but it stil dnt matter does it, the shareholders are screwed. i know your holding onto a glimmer of hope but best to let it go.
kevchenk01
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I Wish
Mon 12:24
I wasnt such a compulsive gambler. I could go buy shopping today if I wasnt :-)
Johnayres99
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lots of
Mon 11:14
hope here on some of recovery.........this aint miracle on 34th street........................people need to accept that their money is gone up in a cloud of smoke.......the BOD may have likely reovered some of their money at shareholders expense.
swinger
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nick
Mon 10:36
this is dead as per the rns, was dead at 0.15p and the mms did what thye do best and trap people in on a big rise, live TVZ and then the LOND page will be deleated. I have some shares from 2008 and they just sit in my PF as NA - just a loss I have to take. Same here.



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