Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Man.Assd.Csh LSE:MANA London Ordinary Share GB00BL3DKG89 MANROY ORD 5P (ASSD HERSTAL CASH)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.625p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining - - - - 24.23

Man.Assd.Csh Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/10/2009
07:29
new thread for African Aura Mining Inc (AAAM http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=20889191
hyper al
15/10/2009
07:26
I have a 700% rise today on my iPhone to a share price of 61; nice!
maccalondon
14/10/2009
17:31
Chris, The price of the shares closed at 61.6p. The new EPIC code is AAAM The new name of the combined company is African Aura. Chip
chipperfrd
14/10/2009
17:27
Ok not understanding this, if the dillution is 8 to 1 then surely the new share price should represent 8 x the old share price?? If the price stays the same then we might as well have ripped up 7 old shares just to get where we are now. Can someone please explain to me how this is shareholder value, shouldn't the new shares have been rerated. Thanks in advance Chris Nuttall
chris nuttall
14/10/2009
14:29
all completely beyond me,I'm afraid
hero2
14/10/2009
14:22
I have created a new thread for African Aura Mining Inc (AAAM http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=20889191
hyper al
14/10/2009
14:13
I can't find the thread I thought the epic was AAAM, but when I do a search for this, I can't find it. Can someone give me the link?
hyper al
14/10/2009
14:08
...anyone on the new thread?
haff1
14/10/2009
12:57
...yep thats what has happened....sorry.
haff1
14/10/2009
12:55
My account shows the same quantity as before. Perhaps it hasn't updated properly yet.
rich1967
14/10/2009
12:51
...there was an 8 to 1 tranfer to the new stock.....you have 1/8 of the shares you had in Mano...
haff1
14/10/2009
12:51
Well all my MANA shares have gone from my TDW account and no new AAAM shares have been added?
newswseller
14/10/2009
12:49
Sorry if I am a bit dim but I now seem to hold the same number of shares in AAAM that I held in MANA, but the price is now 61p rather than 7.5p, so my total holding is worth eight times what it was yesterday. Is it time to crack open the Champagne, or am I missing something?
rich1967
14/10/2009
12:42
...Is anyone creating a new thread for AAAN?...
haff1
14/10/2009
09:00
all open now 58-62 (which equates to 7.25-7.75)
haydan
14/10/2009
08:50
JJ, I am assuming Unionhall will create a new AAAM thread. If not, I will. Chip
chipperfrd
14/10/2009
08:46
to sell now 0.08, ie has gone up.
josels
14/10/2009
08:25
Here we go fellas; http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices-and-news/stocks/summary/company-summary.html?fourWayKey=CA00830H1082GBGBXAIM
jonny flame
14/10/2009
07:31
ADVFN doesn't seem to recognise AAAM yet, according to my Barclays account I now hold AAAM at 6.75 to sell, 7.75 to buy. Would any premium user like to start a thread and bung the chart in it?
jungle jim
14/10/2009
07:12
just looked at this for the first time in a while MANA is no more am i to undersatnd its AAAM now and its an 8 for 1 consolidation so on yesterdays price of 7.5 p we hope to open at 60p suspended at the opening pending an announcement
haydan
13/10/2009
18:21
AMI is now valued at £850m. I expect if things go to plan that this will be over £200m.
miamisteve
13/10/2009
15:38
Thanks miamisteve - I'm planning on being involved here for the long term, I see substantial value in AAAM, like you. I currently only have a few k invested. You say a valuation of 50p, that implies a market cap of over £150m (please correct me if I am wrong).....I agree and in fact see a £200m plus company here, come 2010. This might sound ridiculous to some, but look at how quickly AMI rerated and the current market cap of that company. Perhaps they will do the IPO for Stellar Diamonds?
jonny flame
12/10/2009
19:36
Post Merger Strategy On completion of the Transaction, the initial focus of the englarged group will be on creating value by advancing the New Liberty Gold Project towards production and the completion of a 27,000m resource drilling programme on the Putu Project. In parallel, the merged company will continue the cost effective exploration of its portfolio of gold and iron projects in Cameroon. Where appropriate, cost and risk sharing joint ventures will be undertaken on projects which require either significant capital or in which the board of the merged company is unwilling to invest additional funds or human resources. Further merger and acquisition opportunities in sub- Saharan Africa will continue to be assessed as part of the merged company's broader long term strategy to become a leading diversified resource company in Africa with robust gold and iron divisions.
miamisteve
12/10/2009
19:20
Jonny - not sure exactly, but judging by Putu and comments from the company I wouldn't be surprised if they went down the route again of a joint venture. In the presentation on the website they have a number of comparable valuations for New Liberty and Putu. page 22. The Putu figure is very misleading as the don't state that MANA own only 38.5% of the project. Taking African Minerals who are targeting 10bn tonnes and mana at 5bn (x.385) would give a 40p valuation solely on Putu. New Liberty compared to its peer group would then add a further 8p. Cameroon? Would prop the share price to over 50p fair value. I called the company last week to ask why Stellar Diamonds was not on the website. They said that it is still part of the company. I think it possible that it is going to be sold.
miamisteve
11/10/2009
17:29
In regards my Q3) I found the following info from the Evolution Securities, 4 February 2009 broker note; "The feasibility study estimated capital costs of US$59m including US$4.7m in pre-production operating expenditure. The capital costs were based on an open pit operation. Due to the lack of a power grid in Liberia, a heavy fuel oil power plant has been factored in to the capital costs. The company is also investigating the possibility of a mini-hydroelectric power plant, although this remains in its infancy. The study determined that operating costs would average US$320/oz over an 8 year mine life". "Following the capital injection from the recent Severstal deal, we expect that Mano will advance the project closer to production. Subject to completion of a positive bankable feasibility we would envisage a 12-15 month construction period to reach commercial production".
jonny flame
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