Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centurion LSE:CEN London Ordinary Share GB00B3ZNRX66 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.645p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.5 0.5 1.3 1.59

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2014
14:08
Yes but I just need to follow for my tax return so my calcs are correct.
red nutter
22/1/2014
12:49
Red, just take it like us all u have been screwed
vauch
22/1/2014
12:43
HI, Please can someone explain how I ended up from this:- 25/10/10 Buy CHARLES STREET CAP   ORD GBP0.001 500000 to FAM 2,500 N/A FINNAUST MINING ORD GBP0.02 with links to RNS's would be good.
red nutter
19/12/2013
13:19
It is expected that completion of the Acquisition and Placing will take place at 8am on 2 December 2013. Also on that date it is expected that the entire issued share capital of the Company, as enlarged by the acquisition of FinnAust Mining plc, will be admitted to trading on AIM ("Admission"). So is this stock back on aim? If so what ticker is used?
vauch
18/12/2013
12:11
No value, what planet really? The portfolio has had millions of euor's invested, more cash has been raised and Western has a fantastic track record of discovery. The next door guys have just had world class drill results, geology is similar along strike, surely there is value? Can I ask what exploration companies you're invested in that have value, would be intersted?
ethorne
14/12/2013
11:23
Is that not a contradiction?
stav5001
09/12/2013
19:19
I suspect even MORE dilution is to come. No value here for existing shareholders imo, only potentially for new ones. Time to be out. Strong sell.
reverendglutton
02/12/2013
16:46
nope haha thought the 976% raise was too good to be true on bloomberg
rocco 80
02/12/2013
12:52
So have our losses been regained? Prob not
rocco 80
02/12/2013
08:58
True Slimey, there does seem to be a pattern here!
fludde
30/11/2013
23:39
fludde more dilution tock oome no doubt, lets hope there is a revival out of this train wreck
slimey2
26/11/2013
12:39
The picture suggest they have got well past the drilling stage!! Another name change, another dollar...
fludde
26/11/2013
09:45
Just next door to CEN's licence area, ASX listed Altona Mining has hit big with spectacular intercept of 108 metres at 2.4% copper including 58 metres at 4.2% copper which is the best drillhole result at Kylylahti deposit since its discovery in 1984. Altona identfied a new Wallaby zone in aug with 29m at 4.7% copper and its price has rocketed. This district is hot, world class and with a few good results from the guys, we should hopefully see some fireworks.
ethorne
26/11/2013
08:43
Interesting article on CEN in Daily Mail: http://tinyurl.com/n6rhhk6
aim_trader
25/11/2013
18:12
Looks like you're not alone in seeing the good! interesting one to watch for sure [...] http://images.advfn.com/imagesnew/2/gb/nl/postreply.gif
luckylucas
15/11/2013
12:46
They had better hit something as when takeover is sorted ill need £2.50 to break even
vauch
15/11/2013
10:37
Nice mention in the Mining Journal...hxxp://www.mining-journal.com/production-and-markets/western-areas-to-list-finnish-assets-in-london
apeters1
15/11/2013
07:00
Not you Slimey.
dealer55
15/11/2013
02:05
dealer, are you saying I have an agenda.....like to understand how.....lol..
slimey2
14/11/2013
22:20
do I take it that its a 1 for ten on the share front
vauch
14/11/2013
13:02
Its a new company, new assets, , in a new jurisdiction (No1 in the world for mining). The assets, located in highgrade producing province, that is recognised as woorld class - see Outakumpu - have come from a hugely successful company in Western Areas, $500 m mkt cap and divi paying. Let the sellers out and then see the buying. Look at Altona Mining Ltd on the ASX (not London one!), who struck with a project along strike from FinnAusts, share price rocketed. Hope people get caught with their trousers down as I'm invested and tired of the harping
ethorne
14/11/2013
12:30
From my point of view this company has always been a way of taking investors money, losing a chunk of it and giving the rest to the directors. SWC fail, CHC, fail, CEN I can hazard a guess......
fludde
14/11/2013
12:04
I'm a shareholder and frustrated by the comments. I would like to know why the inherent value of Western's Finnish business is not being recognised. This is a fundamental play - assets in high grade producing district, millions already spent on bringing to drill stage, with drills going in, a few high grade results will send this flying. Look at Altona on the ASX (not the one in London which we all know about!), that went bananas, forgive the technical term. The company is cashed up, has a highly supportive shareholder who has cash, they pay a dividen on the ASX, surely the perfect scenario. I hope those trying to desztablise this and are probably short will take a hit when this flies
ethorne
14/11/2013
11:55
Proof will be in the pudding, the western areas guys have an excellant track record and irrespective of the comments above, Clyton was involved with Extract resorces, sold for 2.2 billion to the Chinese. One of the few resouce successes. He must have access into the Chinese so any discovery and off we go with offtake and financing. Not sure why peopel are mentioning the collapse, the placing was done at .5p so you would expect the price to initially follow this. I suspect people are trying to destablise, we shall see
ethorne
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