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Share Price: 14.125Bid: 14.00Ask: 14.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gcm Resources
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 1.79%Open: 14.125High: 14.125Low: 14.125Yesterday’s Close: 14.125


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Hipposyawn
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RE: Re Big Buying This Week
19 Sep '14
Lol, ever since he said that its never been up on a friday, twot.
 
M1SAK
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Re Big Buying This Week
19 Sep '14
Must have been Stew200 and his buddies topping up.

Dont forget, GCM always goes up on a Friday...
Hipposyawn
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Big buying this week
19 Sep '14
So, in the whole week, buys (ignoring the rollovers) total a huge investment of £368.90.

Big appetite for getting in before the big news then, lol.
Hipposyawn
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Damn those bones
19 Sep '14
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fatherjockstrap
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RE: Blue day today
19 Sep '14
thats my one you have been throwing in the air
Hipposyawn
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Blue day today
19 Sep '14
from a reliable source. Mr Bones
fatherjockstrap
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RE: worsens
18 Sep '14
i thought you had me on filter for the last 6 years
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RE: worsens
18 Sep '14
After years & years now i really cant read anymore of the same ol Bangla crap news. No offence mate, keep up the good work :-)
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RE: worsens
18 Sep '14
We have high quality coal reserve which can be utilized to produce electricity. However, the country lacks the facilities to extract and import big volume of coal. It is encouraging to note that, the government has approved the biggest ever project ($4.5 billion) to set up a coal-fired power plant in Maheshkhali with financial assistance from Japan. The government is also trying to involve private entrepreneurs in power generation through PPP initiatives.

Hopefully, adopting realistic policies supported by concrete measures the government would achieve the desired goal in power sector and ensure interrupted supply of electricity at an affordable price. - See more at: http://www.daily-sun.com/index.php?view=details&type=Homeless-Gazans-in-%91endless%92-wait-to-rebuild&pub_no=982&cat_id=1&menu_id=5&news_type_id=1&news_id=237461#sthash.nKzPmttO.dpuf
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worsens
18 Sep '14
http://www.daily-sun.com/index.php?view=details&type=Homeless-Gazans-in-%91endless%92-wait-to-rebuild&pub_no=982&cat_id=1&menu_id=5&news_type_id=1&news_id=237461
The power situation worsened again in Dhaka and the port city leading to load-shedding for hours. Hot humid day coupled with load shedding has been crippling city life. City dwellers have been suffering immensely and the businesses as well are the worst sufferers. As reported, the situation worsened as at least three state-owned gas-fired power plants remained shut in Chittagong and Dhaka as gas has been diverted to fertilizer production. People are suffering due to incapability of the government to produce adequate electricity at affordable cost.

The government however, has enhanced electricity generation in the last couple of years. Per capita electricity generation has increased from 183 kWh to 321 kWh per year during this period. According to official estimate, 62 percent of population in the country has been brought under power supply coverage. This is indeed, a commendable progress. Presently, power infrastructures are able to generate 6,000 MW of electricity consistently and as a result, power outage has been reduced considerably.

Still, we are yet to be in a position to claim that load shedding has gone. Sustainability in electricity production to ensure uninterrupted supply is yet to be achieved due to shortage of gas and inadequate number of power plants. Many industries have to depend on costly fuel oil powered generators for electricity. This has shot up the cost of production significantly. In the short run the government can increase gas extraction and efficiency of power plants to solve the crisis.

However, the government pledged to ensure uninterrupted supply of electricity for all at an affordable price within 2021. According to estimate, some $18 billion investment is required in power sector for the purpose. We have high quality coal reserve which can be utilized to produce electricity. However, the country lacks the facilities to extract and import big volume of coal. It is encouraging to note that, the government has approved the biggest ever project ($4.5 billion) to set up a coal-fired power plant in Maheshkhali with financial assistance from Japan. The government is also trying to involve private entrepreneurs in power generation through PPP initiatives.

Hopefully, adopting realistic policies supported by concrete measures the government would achieve the desired goal in power sector and ensure interrupted supply of electricity at an affordable price.
- See more at: http://www.daily-sun.com/index.php?view=details&type=Homeless-Gazans-in-%91endless%92-wait-to-rebuild&pub_no=982&cat_id=1&menu_id=5&news_type_id=1&news_id=237461#sthash.nKzPmttO.dpuf





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