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Share Price: 8.50Bid: 8.25Ask: 8.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Emed Mining
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 6.06%Open: 8.50High: 8.625Low: 8.50Yesterday’s Close: 8.50


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haddy68
Posts: 595
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:8.25
woken up
26 Aug '14
At last a bit of movement and some good info coming through, maybe time to top up before we head over 10
 
graytaffy
Posts: 18
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:8.25
Traf.
26 Aug '14
Pharma

http://www.emed-mining.com/investors/aim-rule-26

This should explain it, an investor cannot hold more than 20% unless either the EMED board give permission or they make a full offer to buy the company. If Trafigura or anyone else go over the 20% they would have to make an offer to all shareholders to buy the company.
If, as we assume, Trafigura are biding their time until the final permits are granted before making a move, then they have to make sure their holding stays below the crucial 20% threshold.

Hope this helps

SH
ken4
Posts: 237
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Price:8.25
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arsenal58
26 Aug '14
because they couldn't buy 31m at 7p. This is peanuts to RMB, which is why they did not have to hang on for better price. Does anybody know what RMB paid for their stake initially ? Come on you Spurs !
arsenal58
Posts: 641
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Price:8.25
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RE: Trafigura can't lose
26 Aug '14
very true !! great post reccoed Morgan
Morgan440
Posts: 6
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:8.25
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Trafigura can't lose
26 Aug '14
It makes sense for Trafigura to buy now. The percentage matters as it determines their ability to influence EMEDs future.

1, It prevents or deter anyone else buying EMED.
2, If EMED does sell to someone else they can force up the price, which will either put off the buyer or they make a tidy profit.
3, If they want to buy later because they bought 18% so cheaply they can afford to pay a premium for the remaining shares without paying more than the company is worth.
4, If things were to go belly up for EMED they're in a great position to swoop in as the saviours of the project and buy it cheaply.

It's a very well thought out maneuver, Trafigura can not lose.
Hhardon
Posts: 438
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:8.25
Been here before.
26 Aug '14
So we could be back at 7.25p in a few days if nothing develops.
Trafigura may be just looking at EMED in the same light as the rest of us pi,s.
Huge potential,longer term.Also the slight possibility of a T/O bid in the short term.
Or somewhere in the middle,medium term,EMED at the very least,looks well undervalued.A very good place to stick some spare cash.H.
MrBB
Posts: 106
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:8.13
In Play ?
26 Aug '14
Much earlier in the process than I had hoped but it seems that Emed may now be "in play".
I had hoped that we would develop to a position where our true potential value could be established,not bought cheaply prior to production by whichever large mining company is given the nod.
At least there appear to be several interested parties ,currently,& hopefully GLEN will throw their hat in the ring at some point,but there is a possibility that 20p is now more likely than 50+p.
That being the case we shouldnt complain but having supported the company for years it would be pity for many here to see us sold cheaply.
arsenal58
Posts: 641
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Price:8.13
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RE: question
26 Aug '14
The other side to that is - why have union paid 9 pence? for a share that was 7pence a month ago ? opinions !!
Eagle1
Posts: 467
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:8.13
RNS
26 Aug '14
Home::Regulatory News (RNS)::Trafigura Acquires Additional Shares in EMEDBookmark this page
Regulatory News

Trafigura Acquires Additional Shares in EMED
Tue, 26th Aug 2014 09:35

RNS Number : 9932P
EMED Mining Public Limited
26 August 2014

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AIM: EMED
TSX: EMD 26 August 2014
Trafigura Acquires Additional Shares in EMED

The Company has been notified that Trafigura Beheer B.V. ("Trafigura") has, through its wholly owned indirect subsidiary Urion Holdings (Malta) Limited ("Urion"), acquired 30,856,481 ordinary shares ("Ordinary Shares") of EMED effective 21 Aug 2014, pursuant to private transactions. The Ordinary Shares were purchased by Urion for a value of GBP 0.09 per Ordinary Share (approximately $0.1633 Cdn. per Ordinary Share). Trafigura now exercises control or direction over an aggregate of 259,029,997 Ordinary Shares, representing approximately 18.04% of the outstanding Ordinary Shares. Trafigura has stated that it has acquired the Ordinary Shares for investment purposes. Depending on market and other conditions, Trafigura may change its beneficial ownership of, or control or direction over, Ordinary Shares through market transactions, private agreements, treasury issuances or otherwise. Trafigura has no role in management of EMED and has not appointed any nominees to the Board of Directors of EMED.

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ken4
Posts: 237
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Price:8.25
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question
26 Aug '14
if emed are going to be worth 20p in say a years time, why have RMB sold out to Urion [Trafigura ] for 9p ? regards



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