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Share Price: 36.75Bid: 35.50Ask: 38.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gcm Resources
Spread: 2.50Spread as %: 7.04%Open: 36.75High: 36.75Low: 36.75Yesterday’s Close: 36.75



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M1SAK
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Re Morning Goons
27 Jun '14
Rollover towards the end.

At least we have held up reasonably well this week.

Water report for Barakapuria should be ready within 10 days.

Then the fun starts......
 
Hipposyawn
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RE: Morning goons
27 Jun '14
Couple of chunky buys before the close. Wouldnt want to be out over the weekend :-)
Hipposyawn
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Morning goons
27 Jun '14
30p eod
fatherjockstrap
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ours is nearby
26 Jun '14
Searcher
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RE: Eh up
26 Jun '14
I wonder who that would be lol
Hipposyawn
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Eh up
26 Jun '14
Away we go again, someone still accumulating?
FQ320MR
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???
26 Jun '14
10 Million tonnes per day ??

Some pit that one

MR
Hipposyawn
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RE: Experts favour Open Pit Mining
26 Jun '14
Which century is this from?

Morning all
fatherjockstrap
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RE: Experts favour Open Pit Mining
26 Jun '14
good find searcher
"But if the government chose open-pit mining, they could extract about 10 million tonnes of coal a day that could generate 2,500 MW of power," said Makbul e Elahi, former director (planning) of state-run energy agency Petrobangla.
Prof M Tamim of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) said what is needed was the government's "wish" to extract the black mineral to boost the fledgling economy through coal-fired power and by reducing pressure on depleting natural gas. - See more at: http://observerbd.com/details.php?id=28033#sthash.Xf59ijFC.dpuf
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Experts favour Open Pit Mining
26 Jun '14



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