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Canisp Plc LSE:CN. London Ordinary Share GB0033646281 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% 0.345p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 0.0 -0.2 -0.0 - 2.96

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04/8/2010
14:41
rich80: The way I see it (please bear in mind I'm an idiot) We have been diluted by 75% because of the new owner and the corvus cronies getting in at stupidly low prices. So 5 million would be become 1.25 million. What I don't understand is why they would re-list at 0.10? Surely the consolidation of the shares for example 4 into 1 would raise the price to at 1 pence a share and based on any positive news and a market cap of what I've been told of around 12million we'd get our money back at 1.2 pence or four times the previous share price. The placing at 0.005 is a bit of a red herring as the actual face value of the share is never the market value. Also the share price would need to show promise otherwise they can't get any more punters buying the shares at a higher value that the price of relist. They have to create a story or interest or a belief that investors can make some gains otherwise no one's gonna buy up the shares. I suppose the flip side to the coin is we do have some kind of decent prospects and the share rises by its our accord. (Please bear in mind that I'm not expert all of the above my be wrong - just looking for some clarification on my take on things)
04/8/2010
13:53
zaitoon: It is obviously impossible to get some of you to grasp basics. Why do you insist on thinking your shares are worth 0.00005 of 1p. They are not. Thep are worth the market cap of the co divided by 4.5 billion give or take a few or put another way for every .1p in share price you need 4.5 million market cap. The value of the licences is far greater than GBP 300K. Instead of crying about it I suggest you go in and buy as many shares as you can at 0.00005p. You seem to be claiming that it is unfair others are getting shares at that price. I don't think you'll get many. For one thing 75% cannot be sold for a year and anyone else would be suffering large losses at that price. Wake up and realise whatever this is worth it it IS NOT 0.00005P a share.
03/8/2010
23:42
hootster: Don't get too hung up with the dilution they are locked in for at least 12 months, think all should be looking at the newsflow in next few weeks. I was able to get into PDX @ 10p when the share price was 34p only because I was invited and these guys that are in at .5 are the privy few but IMHO those that hold will reap the rewards. As always DYOR etc.... REGARDS THE HOOT.........
03/8/2010
19:06
share_cruise: The mine is much much bigger than everyone realises. I only have almost £400 currently tied up in canisp before the suspension, I know now that this is worthless pretty much as its just over 100k shares, but with all the documentation in place now and the outlook from here on in looking bright, the savings and profit I have made waiting for canisp to relist will be going straight into tri-star, there is much more upside to this. I do feel sorry for everyone who has a large amount of money invested here as the dilution is much more than I expected but the share price dropping on re-open is not uncommon with a cash shell. With everyone complaining they have been screwed over, you invested on your own will and I am glad I invested when I did and now have the chance to purchase shares when the company relists and the the results from the drilling are released. I am heavily invested in sirius which is also going major places upon relist, both these companies are going places, but as i said before the heavy dilution is more than anyone on these BB or quite close to the action expected.
03/8/2010
17:16
zaitoon: Bonkers .... lets talk again on 26 Aug.Even at the worst case some are suggesting with 10 billion shares in issue at a share price of 0.00345 that would be a market cap of 34.5 million. What is so outrageous about that to provide a breakeven position for even those in at 0.00345 Bye
25/7/2010
21:40
share_cruise: down_under , please take the time to read the latest RNS release regarding tri-star group. http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=43711419&symbol=cn. It will be a very busy week this week on both cn. and srsp front. If you got in on both of these before the suspensions then well done and for those that missed the boat, i would say a good purchase on open will be recomended as these shares have an interesting few monmths ahead of them and im not saying which but one will move fairly quickly ;-) With regards to canisp, i would expect the share price to be opening around 1-1.2p however supply and demand will soon change this, I believe the term 'smoke and mirrors' was used previously and this may well be the case in order for the big boys to fill their boots. however i would say do your own research on the shares but i hope the latest news release has allowed many of you to sleep easy now inparticular the user fightback999
25/7/2010
15:42
keya5000: TABLE BELOW LISTS THE MAJORITY OF UK LISTED JUNIOR GOLD PRODUCERS/EXPLORERS Interesting table taken from another ADVFN thread that could give us a clue of what market cap we could be looking at when we have the CPR to digest; EPIC . MC(£m) . Res(Moz) . £/Res oz . $/Res oz . ISA . Prod? ... $/t Ore .. MC% NAV BZT .. 10.2 ... 10.04 .... 1.0 ...... 1.6 ...... N ... N ....... 54 ....... 2.6% OSU .. 16.6 ... 4.70 ..... 3.5 ...... 5.4 ...... Y ... N ....... 25 ....... 5.0% GMA .. 5.2 .... 0.53 ..... 9.8 ...... 14.9 ..... N ... Y ....... 170 ...... 6.7% KYS .. 24.5 ... 2.83 ..... 8.7 ...... 13.2 ..... N ... 2011 .... 94 ....... 7.7% OXS .. 24.0 ... 3.80 ..... 6.3 ...... 9.6 ...... N ... Y ....... 125 ...... 8.3% GSL .. 190.7 .. 15.00 .... 12.7 ..... 19.4 ..... Y ... 2014 .... 42 ....... 11.1% SHG .. 23.9 ... 2.62 ..... 9.1 ...... 13.9 ..... N ... 2011 .... 92 ....... 12.2% VGM .. 65.1 ... 4.3 ...... 15.1 ..... 23.1 ..... N ... Y ....... 405 ...... 12.2% OMI .. 14.4 ... 0.86 ..... 16.8 ..... 25.6 ..... Y ... Y ....... 139 ...... 12.2% HMB .. 32.9 ... 2.14 ..... 15.4 ..... 23.5 ..... N ... Y ....... 46 ....... 14.3% MTL .. 27.7 ... 1.50 ..... 18.5 ..... 28.1 ..... N ... N ....... 74 ....... 15.7% NGL .. 79.1 ... 3.70 ..... 21.4 ..... 32.6 ..... N ... Y ....... 212 ...... 16.8% KIBO . 5.4 .... 0.11 ..... 48.3 ..... 73.6 ..... N ... N ....... 120 ...... 17.3% CGH .. 51.0 ... 4.00 ..... 12.8 ..... 19.5 ..... N ... 2013 .... 160 ...... 19.0% TSG .. 21.9 ... 1.08 ..... 20.2 ..... 30.9 ..... N ... 2011 .... 702 ...... 20.8% GGG .. 7.9 .... 0.22 ..... 36.5 ..... 55.7 ..... N ... N ....... 56 ....... 21.9% SRB .. 8.4 .... 0.60 ..... 14.1 ..... 21.4 ..... N ... Y ....... 245 ...... 22.7% GRL .. 8.7 .... 0.24 ..... 36.2 ..... 55.2 ..... N ... N ....... 54 ....... 23.5% AAU .. 5.0 .... 0.20 ..... 24.9 ..... 38.0 ..... N ... 2012 .... 154 ...... 24.7% RMM .. 26.3 ... 0.87 ..... 30.3 ..... 46.3 ..... Y ... 2011 .... 264 ...... 25.0% AAAM . 58.3 ... 1.40 ..... 41.7 ..... 63.5 ..... Y ... N ....... 123 ...... 25.1% STI .. 8.9 .... 0.53 ..... 16.9 ..... 25.8 ..... N ... N ....... 88 ....... 25.9% MIRL . 51.0 ... 1.80 ..... 28.3 ..... 43.2 ..... Y ... Y ....... 174 ...... 27.2% PAF .. 90.7 ... 4.58 ..... 19.8 ..... 30.2 ..... Y ... Y ....... 401 ...... 27.8% AGLD . 213.2 .. 7.50 ..... 28.4 ..... 43.4 ..... Y ... Y ....... 51 ....... 37.6% CLF .. 89.8 ... 3.50 ..... 25.6 ..... 39.1 ..... Y ... Y ....... 113 ...... 37.8% CRND . 31.8 ... 0.36 ..... 89.3 ..... 136.1 .... Y ... N ....... 154 ...... 40.2% AGQ .. 16.2 ... 1.19 ..... 13.7 ..... 20.9 ..... Y ... 2Q10 .... 102 ...... 42.1% RRR .. 13.3 ... 0.55 ..... 24.1 ..... 36.7 ..... N ... N ....... 42 ....... 50.6% GAL .. 4.3 .... 0.38 ..... 11.1 ..... 17.0 ..... Y ... Y ....... 232 ...... 64.7% AAZ .. 20.4 ... 0.53 ..... 38.4 ..... 58.6 ..... N ... Y ....... 147 ...... 67.7% KGI .. 349.7 .. 3.67 ..... 95.4 ..... 145.5 .... Y ... Y ....... 588 ...... 68.1% MWA .. 43.0 ... 0.73 ..... 30.2 ..... 46.1 ..... N ... N ....... 109 ...... 77.2% LND .. 20.2 ... 1.09 ..... 18.5 ..... 28.2 ..... N ... N ....... - ........ 82.8% AFCR . 31.3 ... 1.09 ..... 28.9 ..... 44.0 ..... N ... N ....... - ........ 85.1% PGL .. 26.0 ... 0.95 ..... 27.5 ..... 41.9 ..... N ... Y ....... 54 ....... 93.7% AR ... 186.1 .. 1.45 ..... 128.8 .... 196.4 .... N ... 2011 .... 126 ...... 115.8% PGD .. 103.0 .. 0.80 ..... 128.1 .... 195.4 .... N ... 2010 .... 73 ....... 123.1% GGP .. 3.0 .... 0.09 ..... 33.0 ..... 50.4 ..... N ... N ....... - ........ 148.1% FML .. 49.3 ... 15.95 .... 3.1 ...... 4.7 ...... N ... Y ....... 21 ....... 158.1% GDP .. 10.5 ... 0.13 ..... 81.5 ..... 124.3 .... N ... Y ....... 94 ....... 166.9% SOLG . 10.6 ... 0.20 ..... 52.8 ..... 80.5 ..... N ... N ....... 43 ....... 238.1% NYO .. 58.5 ... 1.38 ..... 42.4 ..... 64.6 ..... Y ... N ....... 65 ....... 380.0% PPN .. 419.9 .. 5.99 ..... 70.1 ..... 107.0 .... Y ... Y ....... - ........ - OVG .. 20.4 ... n/a ...... n/a ...... n/a ...... N ... N ....... - ........ - AUR .. 7.4 .... 0.00 ..... n/a ...... n/a ...... N ... N ....... - ........ - KLG .. 2.4 .... n/a ...... n/a ...... n/a ...... Y ... N ....... - ........ - EUA .. 3.3 .... n/a ...... n/a ...... n/a ...... N ... N ....... - ........ - KEFI . 2.2 .... n/a ...... n/a ...... n/a ...... N ... N ....... - ........ - MARL . 35.2 ... n/a ...... n/a ...... n/a ...... N ... N ....... - ........ - Avgs . 52.6 ... 2.6 ...... 32.0 ..... 48.8 ..... ... ... . ..... 168 ...... 69.0% MC(£m) ~ Market Cap at latest update Res (Moz) ~ Total JORC/NI43 resource (may include AuEq oz for polymetallic deposits) £/Res oz ~ value per oz inferred by current share price $/Res oz ~ value per oz in US$. ISA ~ whether the stock qualifies for inclusion in a share ISA Prod ~ whether the company is in production - or the estimated start date $/t ore ~ calculation of in-ground value for gold + other metal credits per tonne ore MC% NAV ~ price as a percentage of resource - valued using Edison figures (below) Edison Average Resource Valuations (Jan 2010) Measured = $339/oz, Indicated = $159/oz, Inferred = $34/oz
25/6/2010
15:24
wdurham: redimp - I have lived through several RTOs. You clearly haven't or you would not be calling me ignorant. The target and its assets are paid for by the acquirer - in this case, Canisp. The target does NOT give them away for free! Canisp has no money, so the target will be paid for by the issue of Canisp shares, probably calculated at the current share price or maybe even below the current share price. Zaitoon - Indeed, the billions of new shares will pay for the newly acquired assets. That's my point, which most folk here seem to be missing! Canisp cannot simply come back to market post the RTO with the same number of shares and a new portfolio of amazing assets which are said to be close to production... goz - Garbage, my dear. Garbage. It is not in the tiniest bit different to a "simple acquisition". It's called an RTO under exchange rules because the buyer is a tiddler compared with the value of the vendor, but it is still a bog standard acquisition. Canisp will pay in shares for target and its assets. If these are high value and close to production - as is being implied - then many billions of Canisp shares are likely to be issued to pay for the target.
19/6/2010
09:34
ltinvestor2: Guide on -- CHARLES STREET CAPITAL PLC (CHC-AIM) Investment opportunity with CHC -- New investors Mr Peter Webb holds 16,800,000 ordinary shares representing 3.076 of the existing issued share capital of the Company, also T1ps Smaller Companies Gold Fund holds 20,000,00 -- 5.57% -- Buy.               Share Price 0.26p -- Target selling price 0.33p -- Year high price 0.50p. Holdings in CHC 7th June 2010 -- The Company was informed today that Mr Peter Webb holds 16,800,000 ordinary shares representing 3.076 of the existing issued share capital of the Company. 5th May 2010 -- SF T1ps Smaller Companies Gold Fund -- 20,000,00 -- 5.57%. Activities -- A group engaged in the investment in; and operation of; businesses operatin News 7th June 2010 -- Statement From the Company -- Conversion of loan notes and issue of equity Charles Street Capital is pleased to announce the conversion of certain loan notes and related issue of equity. The loan note instrument ("Notes") dated 24 March 2010 for £115,000 has today been satisfied and redeemed in full. In consideration of the redemption of the Notes, the Company has issued and allotted 128,800,000 ordinary shares (the "Conversion Shares") to the holders of the Notes in proportion to their respective holdings in the Notes. The Conversion Shares will rank pari passu in all respects with the Company's existing ordinary shares and application will be made to the London Stock Exchange for these new ordinary shares to be admitted to trading on AIM. Admission is expected to become effective and dealings in the Conversion Shares are expected to commence on 2 June 2010. Following the allotment and issuance of the Conversion Shares the Company has 487,682,652 ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each in issue with voting rights. The Company does not hold any ordinary shares in treasury.
11/2/2010
13:36
hootster: Note the Following RNS which got SRSP motoring last Year and do not discount this Happening here at CN. as the same faces around the Table, and you can Guess what that would do to the share price :-)) As Always DYOR Etc.. REGARDS THE HOOT...... RNS Number : 0073Y Sirius Petroleum PLC 26 August 2009 26 August 2009 Sirius Petroleum plc ("Sirius" or "the Company") Funding for potential marginal oil field projects The Board of Sirius is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Capital Investment Office ("CapInvest") based in London, UK, under which CapInvest has agreed to provide or procure debt funding for the Company's first marginal oil field project (the "Funding Agreement"). During 2008, the Company entered into a number of agreements with various parties which, when taken together, provide the Company with access to potential marginal field opportunities and the expertise and experience necessary to exploit those opportunities. The Company has been involved in a number of discussions relating to the acquisition of a marginal field opportunity and the Board remains confident of securing its first opportunity during the remainder of this calendar year or early 2010. The Board recognises that raising the funding necessary to exploit these opportunities solely through the issue of equity capital would significantly dilute existing shareholders. Accordingly, the Board considered it important to take steps to secure alternative debt funding for its plans. Under the terms of the Funding Agreement, CapInvest has agreed to provide or procure at least US$ 80 million of debt funding for the first marginal field opportunity for which CapInvest will receive a fixed fee of GBP1.573 million which will be settled through the issue of 65,000,000 new ordinary shares (using a fixed price of 2.42p per share, the closing share price as at 19 August 2009, the latest practical date prior to agreeing the terms of the Funding Agreement). These new shares will only be issued if the Company secures a funded marginal oil field opportunity on or before 31 December 2010 (the "Period") and will represent approximately 9.55% of the enlarged issued share capital. In addition, on such event, CapInvest will be paid a cash fee of 1.5% of the funds raised. In the event that the Company chooses to source funding from an alternative provider during the Period, and provided that such alternative debt finance raised is in excess of US$80 million, the share element but not the cash element will remain payable to CapInvest. CapInvest will also be subject to a 6 month Lock-in following completion of such debt funding. CapInvest, is the sole advisor to Capital Investment Trust, ("CapTrust") which is a family office trust based in Geneva, Switzerland. CapTrust operates with other similar organisations to make direct investments and has access to funding in excess of $1 billion. Previous transactions at CapTrust have included oil and gas related fixed income investments and many other investments in various restructured corporate loan and debt instruments. The Board believes that these arrangements are in the best interest of the Company and its shareholders as a whole as the overall cost of funding will be in line with that of a commercial placing fee. Commenting on the proposals, Chairman Babatunde Agboola said "We now have a substantial funding line which will enable us to execute our first asset deal in line with our strategy to create shareholder value through the acquisition of proven marginal oil assets in Nigeria."
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