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Share Price: 2.75Bid: 2.50Ask: 3.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Beowulf
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 20.00%Open: 2.75High: 2.75Low: 2.75Yesterday’s Close: 2.75



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mrplodge
Posts: 570
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Price:1.45
rhump3
25 Apr '15
Swedes couldn't fight their way out of a paper bag. Its embarrassing, its a simple no brainer, ANI for mining. Whats to decide. You may be right. This is turning into a joke and even with a positive decision, I will never go near Swedish investments again
 
Suzy2
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Price:1.45
Is it really, nearly Now or Never?
25 Apr '15
Can't exactly put a date on the beginning of summer.

The Spring Equinox is 21 March
The Summer Solstice is 21 June
In North Cornwall they know for sure and certain.....its 1 May.
rhump3
Posts: 229
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Price:1.45
What's the betting
25 Apr '15
That in true Swedish Govt style, the decision will, at the eleventh hour, be put off by another six months?
Mick_OC
Posts: 1,597
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Price:1.45
I was really hoping 2015
25 Apr '15
would be the year for me to bail, doesn't look like I will be able to at this sorry rate :(
Kallak
Posts: 750
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.45
Iron ore price soars again
24 Apr '15
"The spot price of iron ore extended its recent gains on Friday, with the steelmaking material enjoying its best week since 2012.

The 62% Fe import price including freight and insurance at the Chinese port of Tianjin added $3.20 or 5.9% to $57.00 a tonne on Friday, the highest since mid-March and a 12% gain for the week according to data provided by The SteelIndex.

The advance in the Metal Bulletin's benchmark 62%-index at the ports of Qingdao-Rizhao-Lianyungang in China for the week came to 13.5% or $6.88 to $57.81 a tonne. According to Metal Bulletin it's the largest percentage gain since September 2012 when prices were bouncing back from the then long term low of just over $88 a tonne.

MetalBulletin's 58% Fe index performed even better jumping 14% in the week and trading above $50 a tonne for the first time in more than six week.

The iron ore price has now recovered more than 20% since hitting record lows at the beginning of April."

http://www.mining.com/iron-ore-price-soars-again/

Best Regards Kallak
sweetmoney
Posts: 213
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Price:1.45
knicol46
24 Apr '15
I got in at 3p many moons ago and then sold at 68p. I am just wondering if that high will ever be seen again especially with current iron ore prices. I just want the wolf to howl again.
knicol46
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RE: just speculating
24 Apr '15
it will probably climb 100% minimum :)
sweetmoney
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just speculating
24 Apr '15
If we get the green light from the government here. What sort of SP could we see?
knicol46
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RE: knicol
24 Apr '15
there were 2 buys only 1 on extended settlement. Whatever the trades were there has been a positive flurry of buys in the last hour - good luck for Monday and days to come :)
sj74
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knicol
24 Apr '15
Exactly, extended settlement. Someone already bought them on a t-20 etc, then rolled them over and kept the trade going. Nothing to get excited over. The licence in the next month or so is though fingers crossed.





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