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Condor Gld Share Chat (CNR)



Share Price: 115.50Bid: 113.00Ask: 118.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Condor Gld
Spread: 5.00Spread as %: 4.42%Open: 115.50High: 115.50Low: 115.50Yesterday’s Close: 115.50


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Patryk221
Posts: 1,011
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.50
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SP
23 Apr '14
are we not supposed to be moving North at this stage...
 
r33skyline
Posts: 542
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.50
Trades
22 Apr '14
Sadly not listed in todays volume .. I guess from last week ... Crap reporting from the Market makers ..
r33skyline
Posts: 542
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:67.50
Trades
22 Apr '14
14.40 late trade 100k @ 70p
Giveitago
Posts: 26
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.50
Thank Goodness for big buys
22 Apr '14
Great as someone has faith in the company as do so many of us long termers. The end will prove who is right!!!!!!!
cambells
Posts: 2,249
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:67.50
amazing
22 Apr '14
dwn 3per cent and along comes a big buy
MadScot2
Posts: 35
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.00
cambells
22 Apr '14
No I did not. Thanks for that. Will it be existing team or a new owner I wonder.?Hope we get some news on that PDQ
cambells
Posts: 2,249
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:70.00
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pronicaragua
22 Apr '14
Did you know...

...Nicaragua's gold, which last year positioned itself as the country's most exported good, will increase its production levels in the next three years with the opening of a fourth plant, La India mine, in Santa Rosa del Peñon, Leon
r33skyline
Posts: 542
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:70.00
Osisko
22 Apr '14
Goldcorp (TSX: G) is calling it a day follow months-long efforts to acquire Osisko Mining Corporation (TSX:OSK) through a hostile takeover.

The Vancouver-based mining giant announced April 21 it wouldn't amend its last bid, made about two weeks ago, of$3.6 billion to acquire all of Osisko's outstanding shares.

The decision comes after Yamana Gold and Agnico Eagle Mines offered Osisko $3.9 billion last week in a friendly deal.

"We stated from the beginning of this process that we would remain disciplined with respect to our offer to acquire Osisko, and our decision not to amend the offer is consistent with that commitment," Goldcorp president and CEO Chuck Jeannes said in a statement.

"We move forward with an outstanding portfolio of mines and projects, and our focus will remain on maximizing the value of our investments and generating strong returns for our shareholders."

Goldcorp originally tried to take over Osisko in January through a hostile bid worth $2.6 billion.

Under the proposed deal with Yamana and Agnico, both those companies would acquire 50% of Osisko, whose main asset is the Malartic gold mine in Quebec
TheAbbey
Posts: 618
Research
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:70.00
Reuters
21 Apr '14
"The truth is, there just aren't that many good mines around," said Adrian Day, chief executive of Maryland-based Adrian Day Asset Management.

He said that the more aggressive major companies "are going to take a look at good assets ... however you define good - low cost, long life, good jurisdiction."

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/21/gold-industry-idUSL2N0N81IX20140421



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