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Share Price: 1.00Bid: 0.95Ask: 1.05Change: -0.15 (-13.04%)Faller - Ecr Minerals
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 10.53%Open: 1.15High: 1.15Low: 0.925Yesterday’s Close: 1.15


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greyterrier
Posts: 8
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Price:1.00
getting ready for the big rise
Today 17:55
a word of warning guys really think long and hard before investing money in ecr . i invested (gambled) £6000 in this company four years ago and that is now worth £60 . they are a money pit ( pardon the pun ) GLA
 
Juxtaposed
Posts: 207
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Price:1.00
RE: Getting ready for the big rise
Today 17:02
ECR (or Mercator Gold as it was back then) mothballed SLM after poor results and to see SLM re-emerging 5 years later or whatever it is as the next big thing shows how bad things have got here. Shocking. If this is what people are waiting on then don't hold your breath and I would certainly caution 'investing'.
Hario
Posts: 33
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.975
RE: Consolidation 2016
Today 15:17
I'm 94% down on this share now..... Long term hold has not been beneficial.
richsea
Posts: 507
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Price:0.975
RE: Consolidation 2016
Today 14:53
The consolidation was 200 old shares for 1 new share. A lot of people ( including myself ) lost a lot of money here, and as far as i can see its still happening. Its sad to see people are still getting sucked in to this pile of dog poo.
This share will get diluted to death, just as it has been done for years. The BoD failed to deliver time and time again, and cost share holders dearly. No doubt they will carry on failing to deliver.
There is only one way this SP is going, and that's down.
Ask yourself this, If this was such a good thing, why arnt the big boys here? why has the same thing been getting said for years? who's paying the BoD's wages?
anyway enough said from me.
I wont post on here again as I don't want to come across as bitter. lesson learnt and all that.
GL all
K1NGS
Posts: 303
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Price:1.00
Getting ready for the big rise
Today 12:53
Just hold wait the slm should be a good news
SharpeRatio
Posts: 227
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Price:1.00
RE: Spread
Today 12:42
well I just bough 450 worth.. wasn't too put off!!! lol... I don't know why price is soo low, very cautious as I hope other news isnt' coming out.
Scottakam
Posts: 200
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Price:1.00
Spread
Today 11:42
Being kept low for a reason, spread is putting off buyers?
K1NGS
Posts: 303
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Price:0.975
Buyers coming again
Today 09:52
This will spike up now
eshaitan
Posts: 780
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Price:0.925
That's quite funny
Today 08:34
Mcap is nearly equivalent to about cash in the bank :)

That's me 40pc down!
K1NGS
Posts: 303
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Price:1.15
Update on Philippines mining
Today 03:11
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday the government will draft a new law for the country's mining industry, which he said pays too little in tax and not enough in compensation for any environmental damage.

The fate of more than half of 41 mines in the Philippines, the world's top nickel ore supplier, has been uncertain since February when then Environment Secretary Regina Lopez ordered their closure for causing environmental damage and violating laws.

Lopez led a 10-month industry crackdown until her dismissal in May by the Commission on Appointments following her mining orders, which included a ban on open-pit mining.

She was replaced by Duterte's friend, former military general Roy Cimatu.

"I'd like to tell you frankly, we will come up with new legislation ... we have to rearrange everything," Duterte said in a speech at a business conference in his hometown Davao City.

Duterte also said he would invite all industry stakeholders to the presidential palace for a dialogue together with his former environment minister Lopez and other anti-mining advocates.

Duterte said he has always been supportive of Lopez's pro-environment stance but could not stop mining because there is a law that allows the miners to continue to operate.

He also complained that the taxes miners pay are "too low" and lamented the lack of compensation to mining communities that suffer from environmental damage.

Duterte did not say when the meeting would take place but he said he planned to show industry stakeholders footage shown to him by anti-mining advocates, including Lopez, about the environmental destruction as well examples of good practices in mining.

"I will tell (them), look at the slides about good practices of mining, and I will ask everybody to focus on that," he said. "Then let's also look at the slides on mining gone awry."

He also urged mining companies to "come up with an arrangement that is fair to everybody."




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