Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo African LSE:AAAP London Ordinary Share GB00B7V2GY97 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.30p 1.10p 1.50p 1.30p 1.30p 1.30p 537,120 07:43:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.2 -0.4 -0.4 - 1.43

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Rwauu. You seen the news. I just caught up when I got an internet ping on price movement.
Rwauu. I don't know where you found out the DL oil flopped. It looked pretty good to me and many others in UKOG. Biggest flow rate in the U.K. Onshore was Horse Hill. 1,700 barrels of oil a day. Or you saying they all made that up. I don't think so. Good to see a bit of action on the shares today. DL only just joint the board and its volume is picking up. More than before he joined. My suggestion is get off this board if you not invested here.
Let's quit this nonsence. How much we can push this grass issue??? Sellin daHerbs. What a geck- is there not enough window sills these days?? Why the hell we need to truck grass from as far as SAR?? Did everyone went nuts??? OK, I see TW loaded up shares way before DL joined the board (and most likely was not able to unload junk), but he is too quiet. As far as DL- well who cares, it is not like he is in another food company already. Oh wait - he is? AFRI? Well,sorta? Kinda? I mean it was one of his faves anyway??? Jabba is smart- oil flopped, so he went looking for greener pastures. Nah, still rubbish.
I agree. This market cap is worth less than she'll value and AAAP is no cash shell by the looks of it. And the new Chairman knows his food business.
The almost totally unknown AEC were down at 1.3p at 1st Sept - they made it to 4.7p paid today. AAAP, fully LSE listed and including today's placing will be 181m shrs - price them at 3p and mkt cap still only a little over £5m. With the experience and names on board here, plenty to go for, imo. f
Pump and Dump BIG TIME... Lenigas without a doubt .. can make you £££;'s if you wait for the right time to SHORT!!! And cliley454.. Talk about DL's boiler room BUDDY!!! Connemara Mining Company plc 2p to 50p - CON cliley454 - 23 May 2016 - 09:04:39 - 29 of 102 Great news, these are still undervalued IMHO. Also take a look at AAAP. More info posted on thr AAAP bb. PowerHouse Energy - The New Positive Thread - PHE cliley454 - 23 May 2016 - 09:00:58 - 3432 of 3990 Looks like a rerating starting. Should see a steady climb over the next few weeks. Also take a look at AAAP. More info on the AAAP bb. Kefi Minerals-2010 and into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - KEFI cliley454 - 23 May 2016 - 08:56:53 - 49228 of 50096 Chart looks good for another 50% rise over the next month. Also take a look at AAAP. 500k market cap. More info on the AAAP bb. TOMCO at last a moderated thread - TOM cliley454 - 23 May 2016 - 08:53:46 - 1582 of 2069 Up again and not finished yet IMHO. Also take a look at AAAP. 500k market cap. More info on the AAAP bb. China new energy - CNEL - CNEL cliley454 - 23 May 2016 - 08:50:42 - 3327 of 3842 Picked up a few this morning and looking for a few more when the dust settles. Also take a look at AAAP. 500k market cap. More info on the AAAP bb NTLG New to AIM and up 5% - NTLG cliley454 - 23 May 2016 - 08:44:41 - 25 of 28 Another nice rise and more to come IMHO. Also take a look at AAAP. 500k market cap. More info on the AAAP bb. Highland Natural Resources - Fracking Diversion Tech - HNR cliley454 - 23 May 2016 - 08:40:51 - 4843 of 7491 Great news this morning. Also take a look at AAAP, who produce guar gum which is used extensively in the fracking process. TREAD CAREFULLY guys and Gals GLA
Have you seen the spread... Lol.
So the placement was at 0.67p and the shares closed at 2.50...Ummm - surely DL doesn't bring a premium of nearly 300%?
Apfindley may be right, but I doubt it. This company was dead and dying. Now it has a breath of life and someone who can shake things up. If you don't like it. Sell. At least he's making things happen. The price and the volume has arrived. Make your choice.
Maybe so, but we do start with a fully listed company with 95m shrs, a mkt cap of about only £700k and a very strong share register, prior to today's events. gla! f
Oh dear The serial share issuer arrives.With Lenigas you're likely to end up with 30 billion shares in issue
All fast asleep here....check out today's RNS/Lenigas! f
Just one decent deal and these will be rerated.
Last years costs included relocation and modernisation. They will be much less this year. The options are only excerisable when the share price goes up and 12k a year is very modest. They have done a great deal already to make the company successful and can't be expected to work for nothing. No idea what the massive trade was but if they didn't announce a change in holdings then it wasn't a sell, more likely a cross trade. Why list in Joburg when you can list on the main market of the London stock exchange?
The company are making modest profits and have over £700K administration expenses, so an ongoing loss-making situation. And the directors have just awarded themselves millions of options plus £12K annual salaries. It's hardly a fortune but why do they deserve anything at this point.And what the hell was the "massive trade" which mysteriously/suspiciously crashed the share price just before they listed on the main market last year?Why are they listed in London and not Joburg?
They raised 75k last month which tells us 2 things. 1. They are short of cash and 2. They expect positive cash flow shortly. They have a plan to build a large profitable company, hence the relocation, the upgrades and the move to a main market listing. Management are still confident of achieving it and are working on some good deals.
How much cash do they have?
7 October 2015 For Immediate Release Anglo African Agriculture plc ("AAA" or the "Company") Operational update The Board of AAA is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, Dynamic Intertrade (Pty) Ltd ("Dynamic"), a food processing and trading operation based in Cape Town South Africa, has completed its Food Safety System Certification ("FSSC") audit which was conducted by SGS between 16-18 September 2015. The SGS audit team has recommended that FSSC certification be granted. It is expected that issuance of the formal certificate will follow in due course. Commissioning of Dynamic's steam sterilizer is completed and Dynamic will soon start offering steam sterilized product to its customers. This will allow Dynamic to supply significantly more customers, particularly in the export market, which require these standards. Trading over the last quarter has been below last year's comparative period due to the impact of moving Dynamic's operation from Brits to Cape Town and as a result of not having these capabilities which have become an industry requirement. The business is now in a much stronger position to grow its sales going forward. Export markets are also expected to open up as the devaluation of the Rand makes the South African cost base very attractive. Andrew Monk, Chairman of AAA commented "FSSC certification and the commissioning of the steam steriliser are positive steps in the development of our food processing operation in Cape Town and allows us to open up new markets and new markets".
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