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Share Price: 1.875Bid: 1.75Ask: 2.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Beowulf
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 14.29%Open: 1.875High: 1.875Low: 1.875Yesterday’s Close: 1.875


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lbjj
Posts: 3,433
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.03
sj74
16 Oct '14
Even FTSE100 all over the place. "-3 weeks ago pushing for 7000. Today, perilously close to 6000...
 
sj74
Posts: 15,287
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:2.03
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Lbjj
16 Oct '14
It is disappointing but these are boom and bust markets, we are bust right now and could fall further. 2008/09 we hit 1p or just under, from there this gradually rose until 2010 to c5p then it went mental and hit c70p. Now we have fallen again. If people believe we will survive then this could be a great opportunity before the boom years return.

Gaining the concession is key for us in the short term. We might not survive as a company without it. Still feel good about this though.
lbjj
Posts: 3,433
Answer
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.03
sj74/Suzy2
16 Oct '14
Yep. Once exploitation license granted and JV or T/O sorted, this will fly. Just irritating we will take off from such a low position...
sj74
Posts: 15,287
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:2.03
Lbjj
16 Oct '14
The sooner everyone capitulates the sooner we hit our bottom. This will turnaround in good time, bring on the next bull market!
Suzy2
Posts: 3,790
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.03
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RE: I'm surprised
16 Oct '14
Your quite right, the price of oil is as low as the price of iron...everything seems to be hit. Where did that come from I wonder.
lbjj
Posts: 3,433
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.03
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I'm surprised
16 Oct '14
there are any sales at 1.8p. Every trade must be at a loss. Shares are worth so little, there's no point in bailing in my view...unless you're skint and need the dosh to pay the bills...
Kallak
Posts: 655
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.03
The mining issue is discussed
16 Oct '14
"The mining issue is discussed

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

In the morning I had a meeting with the HR manager. Since I was at a meeting with representatives from the mining company Jimab visiting Jokkmokk."

http://andersnygards.blogg.se/

Best Regards Kallak
EricDraven
Posts: 15,757
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.03
BULP
16 Oct '14
I can't answer your last question, it is down to personal choice alone.

Here's to brighter times.
aug59
Posts: 641
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.03
BULP, treetop
15 Oct '14
BULP – yes. Where minority groups are involved in Europe especially, nothing is left to chance. The Governments will want to take control, in fear of taking the responsibility for others actions.

treetop – no. I have no idea. Going back to your 19:38 post (SP nosedive) I do believe that both CSP and possibly Lanstead very much predicted the recommendation from CAB. I remember CSP’s comment recently in an RNS, something similar to : a 360 page environmental document submitted, was met with little or no interest. atb
treetop
Posts: 681
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.03
Aug
15 Oct '14
Fair comment,my post was speculative but I do feel we have been kept in the dark somewhat. Any guess when the SG decide to go forward instead of pandering to the green lobby ?



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