Amur Minerals was less fortunate. It lost 15 per cent from its share price after issuing 15.9m shares at 7.65p each to an investor who held warrants with the company. Someone who buys a warrant from a company has the right to convert it into a share at a fixed price. Investment firm Crede CG chose to convert all 14.5m of its warrants into shares, bringing its total holdings to 2.6 per cent. Amur Minerals is chiefly based in the far east of Russia, exploring and developing nickel and copper… Read More
Having read all the research available. I feel that they are a buy, only a personal view. May have missed it early am and after lunch, but feel that I will dip my toes in the water on Tuesday. They gave us an opportunity to get involved again after this mornings RNS
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