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Beowulf Share Chat (BEM)



Share Price: 5.55Bid: 5.50Ask: 5.60Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Beowulf
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 1.82%Open: 5.55High: 5.55Low: 5.55Yesterday’s Close: 5.55


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googlebot
Posts: 1,533
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RE: It would appear...
Today 14:06
"On or around 18th May" My guess is they have been sent straight to Stockholm and arrived there today.
 
tintin35
Posts: 1,855
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:5.55
RE: It would appear...
Today 13:32
curious - the new shares turned up on AIM on Friday;
Application has been made to the London Stock Exchange for the Subscription Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM on or around 18 May 2018 ("Admission"). The Subscription Shares will rank pari passu with existing ordinary shares.
But there have not been many sales on AIM (even with 10% profit) yet Aktie is down to 0.7sek today. the new shares can't turn up in Sweden - never really understood what Ed was explaining - can they effectively be transferred to Sweden and now they are selling above the placing price?
googlebot
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It would appear...
Today 12:12
Aktie is taking a hammering today due to the new shares. Unfortunately they seem to be coming down to meet us rather than the other way around, still above 6p at the moment though. Surprised the Swedes didn't see that coming. Us savvy Brits crash it to dilution price as soon as it's announced!
FF23
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RE: Gambier/EricDraven
Today 04:38
And unless they knew a decision was imminent the auditors qualification about the company’s status as a going concern left little choice on timing. To be 6 months down the line and seeking cash with a GC qualification hanging over would have made cash harder to raise. Think 4p or 3.5p instead. The latest round covers the co for another 18 months or so.
Gambier
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RE: Gambier/EricDraven
Sun 23:58
They are guessing. They are making a calculated guess relating to a theoretical delay. When you run a company without cash flows you are always playing a defensive game. The delays have been very damaging to the company with cash burn and opportunity costs. One thing is certain, the Swedish government do not care about the damage they cause to mining companies who are trying exist within their legislative framework.
aug59
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Gambier/EricDraven
Sun 23:30
Evening.

Yes, they believe that the General Election may delay a decision. It would seem they have calculated the odds, to be in favour of a decision still being delivered, by this administration. Why? A new administration, offers the real possibility of at least, some unknown balance to the Government make up! That£s further risk! Also, it would then be nine months since the CAB, answered the Governments direct questions. A full nine months, and still not enough time to make a call on the decision! The Sami would have a field day. Perhaps they would even assert, that the previous Government was lacking in courage and conviction, in their failure to deny the concession. This at 5p? I think not. Kurt Budge, has correctly prioritised, with a defensive action. We live in a world that is uncertain, and we are in a process, that has been defined by delays, to date. In my opinion only. atb
EricDraven
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Gambier
Sun 21:49
I see. What we don't know is whether our lads were informed there would likely be a delay, so did the cash call now, or if Kurt and Göran themselves just thought a delay was possible, so again. opted for the fundraise.

No matter, it's happened, at a disappointing price. But better safe than sorry has to be the straw clutch from me.

Cheers Gambier.
Gambier
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RE: Suzy2
Sun 15:52
They mentioned it because they had already decided on a cash call. The moment I read their comments, cash call was shouting out from the page. They believe there is risk of a substantial delay relating to the election, the company cannot survive without cash and so the decision was inevitable. They didnt have any other options.
EricDraven
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Suzy2
Sat 15:17
Yes, I wish Kurt and Göran would have said they've been informed that there's a chance of a delay, and by whom.

Otherwise, if nobody has mentioned a likely delay to them, it would have been better for Kurt and Göran not to have said anything to us. It would have been good to know who has given them the nod, if anyone has.

Unless, as I've warbled prior, this is a tactic by our lads to further indirectly add fuel to an already embarrassing situation.

Crikey Sooz. Time for some fresh air. Lol. x
EricDraven
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Andy
Sat 15:06
Cheers Andy. Well, someone will be upset if the law ever gets applied. Let's get it over with. Lol.




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