Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aztec Res. LSE:AZR London Ordinary Share AU000000AZR4 ORD SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 113.13

Aztec Res. Share Discussion Threads

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22/12/2006
09:24
Mt Gibson have got over 90% acceptance of takeover offer for Aztec and are announcing compulsory purchasing of the remainder so that is the end of Aztec.
red ninja
20/12/2006
12:35
Mt Gibson have got close to 90% of AZR presumably they can go for a compulsory takeover if they get 90% ?
red ninja
19/12/2006
14:52
No problem, are you invested in any other companies at the moment? Or in the research stage? AZR do look interesting, but dont expect any quick returns.
avickers
18/12/2006
20:16
Because LRL has similar, if not better prospects but is already on the move. This is on my watch list but reckon its a 3 to 4 year hold. IMO DYOR etc.
avickers
18/12/2006
18:03
can anyone please tell me why i shouldnt buy this stock?thanks.
hans solo
08/11/2006
20:09
Chinese Enter The Battle Between Aztec Resources And Mt Gibson Iron. By Our Man In Oz Chinese takeaway has a whole new meaning in Australia's iron ore industry. Not only is it the customer, not the cook, who is the Chinese player in the Australian game, but the purchase order from Shanghai is for the entire shop, not just a serving of noodles. And, if you think that's complicated wait until you get to the details of what's afoot in Oz where there's full-blooded mayhem among the small fry of the iron ore patch, and trying to figure out who's buying what is almost down to guesswork. In a way, this description is a cop out, but only just. The truth about the small iron ore stocks, especially Aztec Resources and Mt Gibson Iron, is that none of the locals really knows who owns what, when the game will end, or who's on top. ,, more .. http://www.minesite.com/storyFull5.php?storySeq=3920
wassapper
03/11/2006
22:38
MiningNews.net Another iron ore tipster backs rise Wednesday, 1 November 2006 Paul Garvey NATIONAL Australia Bank economist Gerard Burg has joined the growing band of forecasters tipping another iron ore price rise in 2007, saying the growth in domestic Chinese production would not prevent prices rising by up to 10% next year. In the NAB Iron & Steel quarterly released yesterday, Burg said a tight market outlook had prompted him to forecast a 10% rise in the price of Australian iron ore fines, and a 7.5% jump in the price of lump. Burg said the high-cost supply alternatives for China – the spot market and domestic production – were likely to increase the demand for contract volumes. "China's iron ore production increased by 45% in the first nine months of 2006, however, falling iron ore content of this output reduces the significance of this growth, as does the relative cost – which is higher than equivalent Australian ore," Burg said. He quoted reports suggesting the iron content of Chinese iron ore had fallen to below 25%, meaning the growth in output may only be sufficient to maintain market share for domestic ore. "Reduced iron content implies increased impurities in the ore – which imposes increased cost and complexity for steel mills," Burg said. He also said major expansion upgrades at iron ore mines in Australia and Brazil were unlikely to come online in time to influence 2007 iron ore price negotiations. Click here to read the rest of today's news stories.
red ninja
02/11/2006
12:11
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Abuse team
20/10/2006
19:39
Looking good after a bit of a wait...
metalera
05/9/2006
19:36
Aztec is mentioned in this story http://www.minesite.com/storyFull5.php?storySeq=3771
wassapper
28/7/2006
23:33
Canary Wharf, Not sure there is a need to ramp this share. It looks like it has a profitable niche project and the recent announcement of a potential bid seems to indicate it is seen as such. If it get taken out, shareholder may see a quick buck, but it may be worth holding onto for the long term.
red ninja
28/7/2006
14:43
Congratulations advfn on banning Biswell hopefully his aliases will be easy to spot.
pwcarnall
27/7/2006
14:09
Oh god, I see Biswell is doing his best to ramp this share, that's the best sell signal you can ever have. No doubt more pretty charts to woo everyone in, mostly, if not always, they turn out to be the incorrect scribbles of a megla maniac who things he's the best thing since Warren Buffet - but we know him as Biswell. So that's it wouldn't touch Aztec now with a barge pole.
canary wharf
25/7/2006
06:59
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Abuse team
25/7/2006
06:49
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Abuse team
24/7/2006
12:34
bis you emailed and said a share placing was around the corner...again you are posting mis-leading information.
spitfire3
24/7/2006
12:23
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Abuse team
24/7/2006
12:12
CBM were either going to move to take control or sell out. If another company makes an offer and it is in their best interest to sell, I guess that makes the decision easier. http://www.smh.com.au/news/business/aztec-in-sights-of-ambitious-cambrian/2006/06/26/1151174131996.html P1
phil0001
24/7/2006
10:39
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Abuse team
24/7/2006
08:02
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Abuse team
24/7/2006
07:40
not what biswell sent too me...possible placing soon...
spitfire3
24/7/2006
07:32
RNS, possible T/O
dia43
24/7/2006
07:20
bis why did you send me a email about a possible placing if your ramping this up....??????
spitfire3
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