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  -3.60p -0.90% 397.10p 397.80p 398.10p 402.70p 382.80p 402.70p 803,942.00 16:35:09
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Mining 589.2 -84.3 -32.6 - 1,628.45

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05/12/2016
08:20
Acacia Min Daily Update: Acacia Min is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACA. The last closing price for Acacia Min was 400.70p.
Acacia Min has a 4 week average price of 440.03p and a 12 week average price of 476.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 615p while the 1 year low share price is currently 154p.
There are currently 410,085,499 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 680,699 shares. The market capitalisation of Acacia Min is £1,628,449,516.53.
27/6/2016
11:26
3rd eye: ACA Acacia Mining...... Share of the week: Love this gold digger By Harriet Mann | Fri, 24th June 2016 - 17:39 After an extremely tight European referendum campaign, Britain's decision to leave Europe came as a major shock. Sterling crashed, the Prime Minister resigned and investors dumped risk assets. In typical fashion, the unease sent investors rushing for safe-havens like gold and miners to the top of the FTSE 350. A plunge in the pound to its lowest level since 1985 and a quick-fire 550-point dive in the FTSE 100 also had investors hunting international earnings exposure, which included pharmaceutical groups NMC Health (NMC) and Mediclinic International (MDC). ARM Holdings (ARM), which makes the chips for iPhones, was also in demand. Miners were the other winners - and not just gold diggers! "Mining, by its nature, is extremely international in terms of operational location and the markets for its products. Therefore, unless Brexit translates into a more general economic malaise, the sector is likely to be relatively insulated from any near-term impacts," reckons finnCap analyst Martin Potts. "Dollar revenues and to a large extent costs and earnings are normal for the sector." In addition to US Treasuries & gilts and the Japanese yen, the surge in demand for gold left London bullion dealers short of retail-sized gold bars for immediate sale. As the markets recovered some of their losses during the day, gold eased off its intra-day high. This trend was matched by gold miners Randgold Resources (RRS), Acacia (ACA), Fresnillo (FRES) and Centamin (CEY). Up 19% this week alone, Acacia Mining led the FTSE 350, followed by Evraz (EVR) and Fresnillo, which jumped 14% and 13% respectively. Randgold also made the top eight performers, with growth of 11%. "[Gold] is seen as a safe haven and its liquidity means that it is straightforward to trade in large volumes," says Potts. "The new gold price appears to be well reflected in the price performance of the larger gold miners such as Randgold." This isn't the first time the gold miners have bucked wider market trends this year, with investors flocking to "safe-haven" equities during market volatility sparked by China's economic health and during turbulent times ahead of the referendum. Last month, Randgold reported a production miss in its opening quarter, although lower depreciation and taxes brought its earnings in line with expectations. Hard work strengthening its balance sheet has paid off too, with $253.8 million in the bank at the end of the three months. Although Numis analyst Jonathan Guy maintained his 'hold' recommendation, he increased its target price to £65. After this week's surge to £73.70 this represents 11% downside. Acacia Mining reported its first quarter results back in April, when it showed improvements to both its production and cost-cutting. Unfortunately, an additional $70 million tax provision pulled losses down to $52 million for the period. At the time, Panmure Gordon had a 320p target price on the stock, 20% below its current 400p level. This may have changed since. As you can see from the chart above, this week's gains have taken Acacia's share price to the top of its upward trading channel, attempting its third breakout in as many months. As nerves eased during Friday and panic buying weakened, the share price tracked back to the middle of its established channel. It looks like more will be needed to trigger a sustainable breakout here.
11/3/2016
09:54
waldron: Business | Wed Mar 9, 2016 10:14am GMT Related: Regulatory News UPDATE 2-Credit Agricole to cut retail, investment bank costs to drive income * Targets 4.2 bln eur in 2019 vs 3.5 bln in 2015 * C. Agricole aims at 900 mln eur in cost savings * C. Agricole targets synergies, asset-light operations (Adds analyst comment, share price reaction) ADVERTISING By Maya Nikolaeva and Julien Ponthus PARIS, March 9 Credit Agricole plans to increase net income by around 20 percent within three years, largely through cost cutting, as it seeks to keep investors on board during a complex restructuring. The French bank said on Wednesday that it will reduce costs and increase cross-selling in its retail, asset management and insurance businesses, as it returns to its roots in France and Italy after losing billions in international forays. Philippe Brassac, who was appointed chief executive of Credit Agricole's listed bank in May, announced a major structural overhaul this year aimed at overcoming internal divisions and reassuring investors of its capital strength. Credit Agricole said that a backdrop of very low interest rates and tougher rules on risk-taking meant most of the income gains, including a target of 4.2 billion euros in net profit by 2019, will come from cost savings rather than revenue growth. It declined to comment on any cuts in staff numbers. "We want regular revenues instead of maximising them every time," Brassac told investors in London. Credit Agricole's results and forecasts drove a 2 percent share price rise by 0847 GMT, with the French lender outpacing a 0.8 percent gain on the European banks index. "Targets overall are in line with the new operating and regulatory environment," said Gildas Surry, a senior analyst and partner at Axiom Alternative Investments. The bank did not rule out acquisitions by its asset manager, Amundi, but said it may further streamline its presence in non-core countries such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco and Ukraine, if there were opportunities. Credit Agricole is aiming for 900 million euros ($988 million) in annual cost savings by 2019 by simplifying its corporate structure, which has numerous legal entities, and reducing IT costs. However, its cost base will still increase by 200 million euros over 2015 to 10.9 billion euros in 2019. Credit Agricole said it aimed to grow revenue by 2.5 percent by 2019, driven by insurance and asset management, and plans to reduce capital-intensive corporate and investment banking. This is expected to offset Credit Agricole's loss of French retail banking revenue, following the sale of its stake in regional banks, and deliver a return on tangible equity above the 2015 level of 10 percent by 2019. ($1 = 0.9109 euros) (Editing by James Regan and Alexander Smith)
24/2/2016
15:06
3rd eye: Acacia Mining PLC 27.9% Potential Upside Indicated by Deutsche Bank Posted by: Katherine Hargreaves 24th February 2016 Acacia Mining PLC with EPIC/TICKER LON:ACA had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ this morning by analysts at Deutsche Bank. Acacia Mining PLC are listed in the Basic Materials sector within UK Main Market. Deutsche Bank have set a target price of 300 GBX on its stock. This now indicates the analyst believes there is a possible upside of 27.9% from today’s opening price of 234.6 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has increased 57.6 points and increased 63.6 points respectively. Acacia Mining PLC LON:ACA has a 50 day moving average of 201.51 GBX and a 200 day moving average of 234.34 GBX. The 52 week high for the share price is currently at 317.3 GBX while the 52 week low is 154 GBX. There are currently 281,587,936 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 1,013,400. Market capitalisation for LON:ACA is £1,014,536,042 GBP. Acacia Mining PLC formerly African Barrick Gold plc, is a United Kingdom-based company. The Company is a gold producer in Tanzania. The Company’s operations include exploration and development to mine construction and operation. It has reserves and resources of approximately 30 million ounces of gold. North Mara is a combined open pit and underground operation from two deposits, Gokona (underground) and Nyabirama (open pit).
22/5/2012
17:23
waldron: UPDATE: Credit Agricole CEO Says Shares Undervalued Share this article PrintAlert Credit Agricole (EU:ACA) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Tuesday 22 May 2012 Credit Agricole SA (ACA.FR) Chief Executive Jean-Paul Chifflet moved to reassure investors Tuesday, saying that although the financial crisis has hurt the French bank's earnings, the resulting pressure on its share price is over done. "Greece, the debt crisis and regulation, have had a major impact on our results and share price... But the share current price does not represent the group's intrinsic value," he told shareholder's at the bank's annual general meeting. Credit Agricole's shares currently stand at around EUR3 each, over 72% lower than they were a year ago and giving the bank a market value of around EUR7.5 billion. Credit Agricole, France's third-biggest bank by market capitalization, has been hard hit by the sovereign debt crisis in Greece, where it took over Emporiki Bank of Greece in 2006. The Paris-based lender Sunday asked the Greek central bank for direct refinancing through the country's emergency liquidity assistance plan, Chifflet said. -By Noemie Bisserbe, Dow Jones Newswires; +33 1 4017 1756; noemie.bisserbe@dowjones.com
13/3/2005
10:20
jrs96: Dear Bradwell, More fun and games etc. well here are some straight facts; Atlantic Caspian company number 02217532 as incoporated on 4 Feb. 1988 and between that date and Dec. 17 2004, the date of the CVA vote, ACA had issued ,mainly to people and companies it owed money to 905,931,864 ACA ALLOTTED,CALLED-UP and FULLY PAID shares,Ordinary ACA shares of 5P each. Over these close to 16 years the ACA shares mainly went to people and companies that owed ACA money & in total were valued at £45,297,000.00 and of course all you have to do is to look at the ACA accounts from 31 Dec. 1977 to the final CVA accounts shown in APPENDIX 1 of the CVA proposal and you will see that the ACA expenditure well exceeds their megeare income from the ACA share purchases mentioned above. Of course we should all know by now that the great majority of the money and services given by the likes of JAV. etc to ACA were paid for directly by ACA with ALLOTTED,CALLED-UP and FULLY PAID shares,Ordinary ACA shares of 5P each and the numbers of shares paid for directly from the AIMS investing public was very small indeed. My deductive calculation from the ACA accounts shows that approx. no more then approx £8,000,000 was paid directly to ACA for its ACA ALLOTTED,CALLED-UP and FULLY PAID shares,Ordinary ACA shares of 5P each by the small ACA shareholder. Just use deductive reasoning ,if you can ,hence my much repeated statement that in terms of the main losers in the ACA investment saga it was JAV. etc as seen by their yearly increasing investment loses in ACA. See the ACA accounts mentioned above as well as other CVA related ACA published information. Now that I have proven many main details about ACA's history until we get the next main and probably important announcement I will not have to post any more. As for the following; "John Read what you are posting!!!!!!!!! Dear Bradwell, Well how could ACA not have existed and have still purchased The Kamenistoye field in Oct. 1997. At that time Oct. 1977 "Douglas Biles , Chief Executive Officer of Atlantic Caspian" existed also as CEO of ACA. Need I say more!!!" This was just in reply to your questioning the existance of ACA in 1977 and now we know that they have existed since 4 Feb. 1988 there should be no more question of the ACA existence. How I make a point is my business after all I had made this point two previous times and you seemed to question this. Onme of the reasons that I feel the need to repeat facts over and over again is becfause people like you tend to miss and important fact the first tiime arround other wise you would have not in a later post question the existance of ACA in 1977. I know for sure that the mental Dodo Canford Cliffs had no idea that ACA was set up on 4 Feb. 1988 and most likely owned by a few wealthy busness men from this date. By the way in the real world it is not how a fact is presented but the fact itself that is important here is an example using a published extract and my words ""At that time Oct. 1977 "Douglas Biles , Chief Executive Officer of Atlantic Caspian" existed also as CEO of ACA."" to small minds like yours the wording may seem strange due to me putting in a published statement, but I figured you would get the point after questioning this in a posting of yours using the the F word how do I know that ACA existed in 1977. well I have enlightened you further with the fact that ACA existed as of 4 Feb. 1988 HOW IS THAT. Well now I will get some rest hopefully from mental bores such as you & Cranford Cliffs etc.who loves to over look the main facts and split hairs on written presentations. Of course one last word and that is with JAV etc. havinmg received the majority of ACA shares( as shown in the Accounts) and the major ACA debts there was never a legal chance for Steves group to win any sort of case against ACA. Do you remember me telling you this and now we know that even a libel based case against ACA might not have been a wise idea for Steve to have tried and of course I am sure that NOW he is wise to this. All Steve had to do was to know like I do that ACA played THE GAME by the UK LEGAL book and that dry wells on expensive licences are just of not profitable, even through there is present commercial reserves by the UK IRS accounting standards on ACA's at least one old ACA licence but to make even one of these Commercial reserves profitable would have required more capital investment then ACA had access to. John Size PS When large issues are not obscured in their presentation I like ATTENTION TO DETAIL but unlike you I will not allow this to cloud what I am presenting especially when it was just a small truthful statement that the mental dullard Canford Cliffs said was Bunkum and it took me hours of time to prove this mental morons statement wrong ,not that I really needed to as he is one of many in my opinion who really do not know the early history of ACA or what has truely happened to cause ACA to be where it is now. Closed minds stay closed no matter what information is uncovered,it has always been so and will always been so,but I am still astounded by how many closed minds exist in todays societies but I guess I have met them individually over the years but enmass only on the Share BB's that I have posted on. Would but the get away from their emotional biased thoughts and they would see more clearly but NO CHANCE OF THIS HAPPENING.
12/11/2003
08:40
jrsize: Dear Pete, I agree with you that from Sept. 27 2000 when the extension of the Akkul field took place that there has always been by Mr. Cedric Brown a move to prop up the falling ACA share price with more licences and more wells (which was at its peak in my time in Sept. 2000 at over 10P if my memory is correct) and that now with the surprise extension of G-6 and even possibly G-5 he has probably at least gotten the ACA share price back up to 5P from what was an unrealistic .16P or some such like, after all the £26,700,000 write down was just an industry driven practice it was not related to real asset valuation unlike Americanmoni would say. John Size
10/11/2003
08:08
jrsize: Dear Crystalclear, With Americanmoni not changing his mental vuewpoint with the ACA changes and not quoting ACA references we would always be poles apart and I will be closer to reality from just simple points like that even if he was correct and there are no reserves on the ACA licence, which there are, then any one would know that any respectable oil company would or will not be putting tens of millions of money into the AKKUL OIL/GAS field. He is just not educated in the oil/gas business to know that in any Total Petroleum system with proven commercial wells that a respectable size anticline will have commercial hydrocarbons in it. I think you miss the point on my postings. The main point is that I ytilise goof sources and byild up what I think is a good picture,like below a set of good calculations in this case from you which I divided by 20 and used them in conjunction with Dr. Chris John's approach (which I then modified) as a range of ACA share values that are dependent on the real reserves in the ACA licences in this case as I think the New Partner has seen them and is willing to value them. I use Petes and Steves information and we all know I refer on a regular basis to the most important information that ACA has published on page 2 of the ACA 2001 Report. Of course when Americanmoni says there are no reserves on the ACA licences without any real references we all know his so called coice of reality is non existant. When I cover the most probable ACA share prices depending on the results of the Deal and G-6 etc. ACA share prices from 1P to 8P I am not being extreme in any direction. here is an example of my ACA share range not really extreme in any direction and we would never expect to see the VOICE OF REASON even thinking of publishing in thios direction. "Thanks to Crystalclears 50% BOE estimates and how they could relate to the ACA sharen price over a range of 50% Petroleum BOE's I have calculated all of the worse case scenarios ,as I see them, by dividing Crystalclears figures by 20 and converting them to British Currancy and rounding these figures up for 1 Billion BOE to 8P per ACA share. My worse case ACA share prices for a number of 50% BOE volumes on the current ACA licences are as follows; 2 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 16P or higher. 1 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 8P or higher. 1/2 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 4P or higher. 1/4 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 2P or higher. 1/8 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 1P or higher. 1/16 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at .5P or higher. John Size" John Size
09/11/2003
14:45
jrsize: Dear Pete, I was wondering the same thing about cdrnet figures but here goes another thought to add to what is still a difficult financial share picture in terms of what the minimal ACA share price is now that the Partnership deal is done. 1 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 8P or higher. 8P divided by 12 possible oil/gas fields shows a ACA share price of .66P per field or higher. 1/2 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 4P or higher. 4P divided by 12 possible oil/gas fields shows a ACA share price of .33P per field or higher. 1/4 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 2P or higher. 2P divided by 12 possible oil/gas fields shows a ACA share price of .17P per field or higher. ETC. The possible number of fields is Referenced from page 2 in the 2001 ACA report. In my opinion all of these possible fields do not need to be proven reserves before they can be valued in the current deal,for example a satellite sees a desert like ground, as long as a few holes are bored the rest of the desert is pretty well proven in my opinion and the same thing for a Total Petroleum System like 115002 where there are commercial condensate gas wells already in commercial production to the south showing lookalike characteristics etc and there are several local oil/gas fields that are proven. Not to repeat myself since I think you have already said this but like cda my first instinct is that with so much value in the ACA licences we will be made to sell before these and probably additional licences will be developed ,but it will be exciting for me ,after 3.5 years of mainly defense of the ACA commercial licenced hydrocarbon reservoirs, to see what our financial share is especially since when I started investing at 9.75P the ACA licences assets where approx. less then 10% of what they are now and the current share price is virtually 0 until our letters from ACA arrive. John Size
09/11/2003
12:12
jrsize: Dear Slickertom and Netcurtains, Funny just before I came to this BB I thought I had better post one of my posting on just this subject. Of course how much oil/gas has been proven or is probable and possible is the foundation in my opinion of to what type of deal the New Partner has been willing to make but according to mainly Pete G-6 and to Steve G-5 and many other sources of data the terms of the deal has turned all of the ACA share prices on their heads. Below some time ago is a schedule of my worst ACA share price scenario's "Dear ACA Investors, I have no idea if the ACA ADVFN is working now but here goes. Thanks to Crystalclears 50% BOE estimates and how they could relate to the ACA share price over a range of 50% Petroleum BOE's I have calculated all of the worse case scenarios ,as I see them, by dividing Crystalclears figures by 20 and converting them to British Currancy and rounding these figures up for 1 Billion BOE to 8P per ACA share. My worse case ACA share prices for a number of 50% BOE volumes on the current ACA licences are as follows; 2 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 16P or higher. 1 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 8P or higher. 1/2 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 4P or higher. 1/4 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 2P or higher. 1/8 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 1P or higher. 1/16 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at .5P or higher. John Size" John Size PS The Crystalclear figures are not the ones he recently has posted. You can see that when Americanmoni and Crystalclear are now questioning 5P per ACA share for 1 Billion BOE,like Dr. Chris John's estimated in his Sept. 7 1998 Report to ACA which I think is pretty close to correct in the main except for his strata depth error, that my estimates are up on Americanmoni's and Crystalclears. Of course the ACA share prices listed above are based on a mixture of proven,probably and possible Hydrocarbon reserves and these figures are handled most likely by a third party oil/gas service company before being included in the official New Partnershop Deal ,which ever type of deal it is,which we should find out this week. I like cda's favourite guess if I have remembered it correctly as being, an ACA share buy out due to the G-6 extension and maybe even the G-5 extension. I hope I remembered your most favourite ACA New Partnership deal guess correctly cda,please correct me if I have made a hash of it..
06/10/2003
05:12
jrsize: Dear Crystalclear, Thank you again for your calculations which I have now transformed into worse case scenarios of ACA share prices per 50% probabilities of different values of BOE (Barrels Of Oil or Oil Equivalent). Here are all of the worse case scenarios ,as I see them, which by dividing your figures by 20 and converting them to British Currancy and rounding the the resulting 7.5P share figure for 1 Billion BOE at 50% propability (1 billion in this case represents 1,000 million Barrels) figures up for 1 Billion BOE to 8P per ACA share. My worse case ACA share prices for a number of 50% BOE volumes on the current ACA licences are as follows (1 billion in this case represents 1,000 million Barrels; 2 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 16P or higher. 1 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 8P or higher. 1/2 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 4P or higher. 1/4 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 2P or higher. 1/8 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at 1P or higher. 1/16 Billion BOE at 50% looks to put the ACA share price at .5P or higher. John Size
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