|Fri 20:06||ceaserxzy||As I PI I don't see why the Big Chinese share holders asking the questions openly in an AGM is a bad thing for the small shareholders.
I also don't see anything wrong with a big shareholder who has invested big money in a company to put some pressure on the management to make the co perform and to get the share holders a reasonable return on their investment.
It is also legitimate for... read more...|
|Wed 12:34||lucky punter||That was certainly not what I was hearing from the Chinese. Ning said the projects were very strong; he moaned about the large board remuneration and said that still needs to be reduced. He also moaned about the lack of a dividend; I think he is out of touch with what the shareholders want. Dividends are well down my list for an AIM investment in an ISA. He also moaned at the lack of... read more...|
|Wed 12:05||lucky punter||The tensions at the AGM do not create risk, they create an alternative exit strategy that would provide strong returns on the current share price. Kalaa suspects the Chinese want the whole company. They will need to pay for that. The Chinese were pushing MWA for more rapid results; I have no issue with that.
There is nothing wrong with keeping pressure on the board. read more...|
|Wed 12:00||mr macgregor||"The Chinese could make things very difficult if they wanted to so it would be good for Kalaa to deliver and appease them"
I think you can extrapolate that to Zimbabwe as a whole, hence the recent softening on indigenisation and the royalty rate reduction, the first of a number of business friendly initiatives I suspect. Mugabe set his stall out to court the Chinese and now they have him by... read more...|
|15 Sep 2014||gwr7||The day I make investment decisions on the back of an eccentric boffin telling me the world as we know it is about to end is the day I'll ask my wife to send for the men in the white coats. read more...|
|15 Sep 2014||jxman||Rns. Good news. More money for mwa read more...|