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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific LSE:APF London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -2.41% 81.00 81.00 81.50 83.50 80.50 83.50 143,402 14:05:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -42.4 -42.1 - 137.65

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07/7/2015
13:54
Here is a quick, conservative IMHO, calculation of the Kestrel royalty ramp-up ... Estimated APF royalties from the Kestrel Mine [based on Coking:Thermal coal = 80%] YEAR........APF coal......MT....$/MT......Value.....%....Royalty 2014... 20% of 2.7MT... 0.54.... 110.... $59.4m... 4.5... $2.67m 2015... 50% of 3.5MT... 1.75..... 80... $140.0m... 3.5... $4.90m 2016... 90% of 4.5MT... 4.05..... 90... $364.5m... 3.5.. $12.75m 2017... 92% of 5.3MT... 4.88..... 90... $438.8m... 3.5.. $15.54m - © Piedro 2015piedro
05/7/2015
13:15
QuePassa 3 Jul'15 - 17:30 - 7406 of 7409 0 1 (Filtered) QuePassa 3 Jul'15 - 18:21 - 7408 of 7409 0 2 (Filtered)neilyb675
05/7/2015
09:31
What always puzzles me is when a poster who claims to be disinterested starts posting so much that one must assume they are invested in some way - short or long. Yet they profess to be disinterested, no holding, not short - move along, nothing to see. But they produce a half page post - cogent though it maybe - that makes one stop, think twice and wonder.bhoddhisattva
03/7/2015
17:30
You never did answer the question in 7329. Here's another puzzler for you which you won't answer. You just wrote the following:- "Ask yourself, why did the ceo bought shares with his own money last week? Directors do not throw their money away!" Look at this RNS from a year ago, June 2014. Did they get it right then? QUOTE Anglo Pacific Group PLC (the "Company") (LSE: APF, TSX: APY) announces that it received notification on June 3, 2014 of the following transactions by connected persons of Mr. Julian Treger and Mr. Michael Blyth, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Company respectively. On June 3, 2014, Kings Chapel International Limited, in which Mr. Treger has a beneficial interest, bought 75,000 ordinary shares of 2 pence each in the Company ("Shares") at a price of GBP1.84 per Share. UNQUOTE come on mousey, what's your answer to that one? QPquepassa
03/7/2015
16:27
Neilyb is so BORINGLY STUPID that he thinks losing half his money in a year is a good deal. He's TOO THICK to understand QPquepassa
03/7/2015
16:24
You are a mouse. -Get back into your hole! Post 7329 refers. QP ps.maths is another one of your many failings. What happens if the share falls another 50% like it did last year? The Directors don't always get it right. If they did, how come they bought a royalty in London Mining which went bust? You need to take care if you blindly put your money on Director's dealings without thinking about it. You never did answer the question in 7329. Here's another puzzler for you which you won't answer. You just wrote the following:- "Ask yourself, why did the ceo bought shares with his own money last week? Directors do not throw their money away!" Look at this RNS from a year ago, June 2014. Did they get it right then? QUOTE Anglo Pacific Group PLC (the "Company") (LSE: APF, TSX: APY) announces that it received notification on June 3, 2014 of the following transactions by connected persons of Mr. Julian Treger and Mr. Michael Blyth, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Company respectively. On June 3, 2014, Kings Chapel International Limited, in which Mr. Treger has a beneficial interest, bought 75,000 ordinary shares of 2 pence each in the Company ("Shares") at a price of GBP1.84 per Share. UNQUOTE come on mousey, what's your answer to that one?quepassa
03/7/2015
16:13
Director buys have been happening a lot it seems ......cos we are undervalued. 29/06/2015 14:00 UKREG Anglo Pacific Group PLC Director's Share Dealings 18/06/2015 14:00 UKREG Anglo Pacific Group PLC Director's Share Dealings 15/06/2015 15:36 UKREG Anglo Pacific Group PLC Director's Share Dealings 10/06/2015 14:06 UKREG Anglo Pacific Group PLC Director's Share Dealingsneilyb675
03/7/2015
16:10
QP, blabbering babboon. You buy for the long term, forget the current price. If you have £100 in the bank you will get 30p interst if you are lucky! If you have £100 worth of shares at 85p you get 8p per share that is 100 shares x 0.08=£8 so check again! Ignore the current price as it flactuates, and may I remind you APF is a royalty company not a mining stock as others. Ask yourself, why did the ceo bought shares with his own money last week? Directors do not throw their money away! Enough said!christh
03/7/2015
15:12
Neilyb is so BORINGLY STUPID that he thinks losing half his money in a year is a good deal. He's too thick to understand QPquepassa
03/7/2015
15:08
Do you understand apps ? Do you need it spelling out like a 3 year old would ??neilyb675
03/7/2015
15:05
Neilyb is so BORINGLY STUPID that he thinks losing half his money in a year is a good deal. He's too thick to understand QPquepassa
03/7/2015
15:04
You would need to know apps to make such a 50% loss claim. Remember decent investors buy in chunks, buy into weakness and reinvest dividends. Hope you learn something from this QP/RCT.neilyb675
03/7/2015
14:55
Well said. He's too thick to understand. QPquepassa
03/7/2015
14:50
This guy is so BORINGLY STUPID that he thinks losing half his money in a year is a good deal. QPquepassa
03/7/2015
14:42
QP mentally ill. Does not understand cyclical investments, and does not understand long term investment approach.neilyb675
03/7/2015
14:31
A year ago the share price of APF was 180p. Today it is 85/86p bid. Anyone who has held APF for the last twelve months has lost more than half their capital. If you had £100 invested in APF 12 months ago, it is today worth less than £50. That is dire performance in my opinion. If you are happy with that performance on your portfolio, then stick with it. However, the recent reduction in coal prices will undoubtedly hit coal royalties for six. We saw what happened to Peabody Energy when they recently released their statement. The sp fell 25% in one day because of lowered income partly associated with their Australian seaborne coal interests. In terms of the late 1980's didn't the UK still have some coal mines in the late 80's as well? What happened to those? Production is shifting away from Australia because of transportation costs. Seems also that Queensland are taking also a massive hit on royalties as well. If Queensland take a hit on royalties - as did Peabody- it seems highly likely to me that other coal investors will also be sharing the same pain. ALL IMO. DYOR. QPquepassa
03/7/2015
14:05
Bolador - excellent post.neilyb675
03/7/2015
10:46
Interesting IEA forecast on coal posted by Piedro. And the rest of the world ? Commodity markets are cyclical,there is nothing odd to see here, business as usual, move along. Temporary lower demand, lower stock prices, opportunity knocks. That's what the boys and girls think at APF and I am along for the ride. Hopefully getting 7% pa whilst I wait. I think it was in the late 1980's when oil traded at $10bbl and the Economist was looking for $5. Que Passa indeed.bolador
03/7/2015
10:27
QP.....will be back later, getting his meds from the chemist IMVHPO.neilyb675
03/7/2015
10:09
that screwd up QP's blabbering on coal out of the water. COAL FOREVER!christh
03/7/2015
07:31
More of coal to fire your debates ... World Coal Association welcomes China's continued commitment to low emissions coal technology World Coal Association - July 2, 2015 ... According to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) New Policies Scenario Chinese electricity generation from coal will be 45% higher in 2040 than it is now – despite its total share of the energy mix reducing from 76% now to 52% in 2040. ... http://tinyurl.com/qyw4ldw :-)piedro
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