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Share Price Information for Acacia Min (ACA)


Share Price: 171.50Bid: 171.40Ask: 171.80Change: -1.50 (-0.87%)Faller - Acacia Min
Spread: 0.40Spread as %: 0.23%Open: 173.00High: 177.70Low: 171.30Yesterday’s Close: 173.00

Acacia Mining Plc Ord 10P

Acacia Min is part of the Mining sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
171.50
Share Price SpacerBid
171.40
Share Price SpacerAsk
171.80
Share Price SpacerChange
-0.87%-1.50
Share Price SpacerVolume
228,937
Share Price SpacerOpen
173.00
Share Price SpacerHigh
177.70
Share Price SpacerLow
171.30
Share Price SpacerClose
173.00
Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 410.09m £703.30m 10,000

52 Week High 268.20 52 Week High Date 21-FEB-2019
52 Week Low 93.56 52 Week Low Date 11-SEP-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
498 106,010 119,418 15.114 11.35 3.40 1.98


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Date
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19-Jun-19
11:54:43
171.50
424
Sell* 
171.40
171.80
727.16
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

19-Jun-19
11:54:43
171.50
462
Sell* 
171.40
171.80
792.33
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

19-Jun-19
11:54:43
171.50
38
Sell* 
171.40
171.80
65.17
Trade Type:
Automatic execution




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Supercharger
Posts: 1,085
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:171.90
JP Morgan now buying shares for Aca..
Today 12:00
Recent release is showing J.P Morgan Corporate adviser to Acacia increasing their purchases and stake building. I suppose we can make the most of the bad press to buy more too.
Supercharger
Posts: 1,085
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:172.30
Barrick tactics for buying more sha..
Today 11:56
Yes I can see they are trying to throw everything at Acacia to get the price down, i.e. support from the GOT and then by not talking with us, bad press is out, and statements to suggest a fair price is a low price, all stinks to me of someone trying to buy more shares. I think publically they are showing their hands to desperately want Acacia now. If we are that bad why ask for an extension. After being so negative they are employing their advisers to buy as many shares as they can. We are not stupid we can see through all this. As Acacia have said "we advise all shareholders to hold their shares"
BIGBangs
Posts: 960
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:172.00
RE: Re
Today 11:51
As unpleasant as the article may be and without condoning illegal action there is nothing actually new within it, it has been the subject of controversy since the mine was restricted and before ACA’s existence. Poverty in Tanzania is an issue - all goldmines have similar incidents reported - it is more a statement on society than ACA.

I note ACA rebuttal of Barrick’s RNS - they advise us to hold and will comment further in due course.

If Barrick are truly worried that GoT will siege the mines then it is in their interest to protect their assets by seeking a resolution to the dispute that does not unfairly penalise minority shareholders, there is a strong case for them paying more than the shares are worth (rather than less) to secure the block.

The GoT will lose at arbitration, they know this and they could face a $1.3 billion fine rather than a better deal and $300 million the risk for them is considerable. GoT are are being blamed for refusing to have ACA as a counter party to the agreement, this is a pointless exercise, they should agree to the deal they have initialled and push Barrick to make a full and fair offer to take out ACA minority shareholders, delist ACA and it need never be mentioned again. Clever presentation of this will make it appear that GoT has total victory. If they are foolish enough to continue the dispute or nationalise the mines then investment in Tanzania is finished and they are another Zimbabwe.

I feel battered but remain hopeful that this will work out.
TigerByTheTail
Posts: 2,762
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:172.30
RE: Bristow Bloomberg Interview
Today 11:40
Hi Parfett!
I also can't help laughing at Mark Bristow. It is a big step up from running a company he founded like a dictator to being the CEO of a very political organisation like Barrick, and he's obviously floundering badly. Certainly, his public utterances are a Godsend to opposing lawyers, if it ever comes to a court case against Barrick.
But, unfortunately, Mark Bristow's inadequacies aren't good news for Acacia minority shareholders. The best business deals are done between people who can understand each other's positions and who then reach a positive compromise. This is clearly way beyond Mark Bristow's "my way or the highway" approach.
In his way, he is as much a "bulldozer" as President Magufeli of Tanzania. And bulldozers are only good for knocking things down; you can't build anything with them!
Parfett123
Posts: 107
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:171.50
Bristow Bloomberg Interview
Today 11:28
“My job is to sit down in the next few weeks and work through it with the minority shareholders,” Barrick Chief Executive Officer Mark Bristow said by phone Tuesday. Asked if those talks will include an offer for a higher indicative price, he was unequivocal. “No, we’re not,” he said. “We’re not. We would have done that already.”

Followed swiftly by;

'nothing in the Article should be considered to be a no increase statement for the purposes of Rule 32.2 of the Code'

Sometimes you just have to laugh! Silly silly man
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