Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Metminco LSE:MNC London Ordinary Share AU000000MNC7 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.135p 0.13p 0.14p 0.135p 0.135p 0.135p 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -33.3 -1.4 - 6.09

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/11/2016
16:32
with these funds will they be drilling the Tesorito target?
the count of monte_cristo
19/11/2016
16:26
hTTp://redeaglemining.com/_resources/presentations/corporate-presentation.pdf hTTp://baterogold.com/files/homepage-downloads/BAT%20Presentation_July_2016_FINAL.pdf Red Eagle share deal for CB Gold with Batero... hTTp://redeaglemining.com/news/details/index.php?&content_id=330 hTTp://www.metminco.com.au/irm/PDF/2114/PresentationAnnualGeneralMeeting Slide 14 of MNC presentation •Represents strike extension of BateroGold deposit which has a resource of 3Moz gold •PEA completed by Batero-heap leach operation from three optimised open pits •Opportunity to JV the Dosquebradasdeposit as part of a combined pit
the count of monte_cristo
18/11/2016
14:19
Found this on YouTube,https://youtu.be/aTp39RyrekY May be of interest to some.Also some very good presentations from Red Eagle Mining who are a near neighbour.
christy41
18/11/2016
13:29
fund to move on and progress the gold project (good) massive dilution and erosion to shareholders (bad)
the count of monte_cristo
17/11/2016
15:36
Its between 30/1 and 50/1 but we get to vote on it. Also the share issue. I think overall this is positive. We are now moving forward on two fronts.
chesycustard
17/11/2016
15:00
Consolidation is definitely on the way in my opinion. I'm never getting my money back
italione
17/11/2016
13:11
SB, 48%, yes that's what I arrived at expressed as a %age of the new + original total of shares in issue. I was trying to illustrate how the new issued shares will nearly dwarf the original mcap and so diluting my holding. Either way not happy, see my post 4179.
blueliner
17/11/2016
10:20
Blueliner, I get a figure of 48%
sannabay
17/11/2016
09:27
Todays announced funding commitments for Miraflores/Quincha feasability study amounts to a further share issue of 84% of existing share capital. Rough calculation. Share consolidation coming as well. http://www.investegate.co.uk/metminco-limited--mnc-/rns/funding-of-a-4-85m-for-colombian-gold-fs-secured/201611170709294076P/
blueliner
14/11/2016
10:48
I'll bet they are excited Count, considering what's happened since. Shares Mag in their article dated 22.09.16 say CD Capital is spending $45m to earn up to 70% of ownership, it's not happened yet imo, the feasibility work is ongoing, so we still hold 49%.
blueliner
14/11/2016
09:09
The HC posters are saying that we have 30% of LC, but from my understanding we still own 49% of LC, until such time as CD capital complete the second and then third instalments, or am I reading this incorrectly? So should CD capital decide to quickly flip the asset, BEFORE they take up the 2nd & 3rd instalments, we still own 49% of LC. Not saying this would happen. But in my view the HC posters are getting ahead of themselves when they say that we only own 30% of LC, currently we own 49% of the asset, or am I wrong!? ....CD Capital has committed to invest US$16 million for a 51% interest in LCH which indirectly owns 100% of Los Calatos. With two subsequent investments of US$14.5 million each, the CD Capital equity position in LCH would increase to 65% and 70% respectively. Metminco will hold its interest in LCH indirectly through Hampton Mining Pty Ltd. The Company will immediately commence work on the Pre-Feasibility Study, focussing initially on upgrading the existing Inferred Mineral Resources to Measured and Indicated status, expanding the existing resources (including further drilling at the TD 2 and TD 3 targets), completion of Phase 2 metallurgical testwork (including testing with sea water), and certain permitting. Carmel Daniele, the Chief Investment Officer of CD Capital commented: "CD Capital is excited to be investing in and acquiring 51% of the world class Los Calatos Copper Project in Peru. We consider the project to be a unique opportunity to develop a large scale copper mine. We intend to maximise its value by expanding the resource and completing required permitting steps. We look forward to working closely with the current operational team, government authorities, local communities and other stakeholders."
the count of monte_cristo
10/11/2016
11:17
Because nobody trusts the directors anymore and I would imagine that quite a few of us are sitting on worthless warrants at almost double the current share price
digger2779
10/11/2016
08:19
because know body is buying the stock, copper is really on a tear
the count of monte_cristo
09/11/2016
09:51
.... so why isn't mnc rising? (a great copper play I would have thought)
andrbea
08/11/2016
20:16
...price of copper doing very well recently...
the count of monte_cristo
15/10/2016
09:55
Posted on another board,may be of interest to some holders here.I have emailed but as yet have not had a reply.Hopefully the author won't mind me posting. There is going to be an opportunity for all investors in MNC to take part in a questions & answers session via a Skype call with William Howe and possibly Steve Tainton. This is a rare opportunity for UK investors to have some dialog with the board and get your feelings across. All participants have to be shareholders and this may need to be proved. It's no good us all moaning on BB's this is your chance to have your say.
christy41
14/10/2016
19:28
Have written these off, this is not a promising Copper play now, can't even utilise the loss against CGT as held in ISA. Instinct tells me we will be diluted to oblivion in future fund raisings, ensuing shareholder value destruction is the likely endgame, worn the t shirt etc.
blueliner
10/10/2016
14:30
This is what the MNC management should have been doing with LC..... hTTp://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/solomon-gold-SOLG/share-news/SolGold-PLC-Investment-Proposal-from-BHP-Billiton/72627570
the count of monte_cristo
03/10/2016
10:27
hTTp://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-10-03/base-metals-hold-quarterly-gains-on-signs-of-china-stabilization?utm_content=business&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&;cmpid%3D=socialflow-twitter-business
the count of monte_cristo
22/9/2016
13:32
Must be due a holding rns for the buyer this week?
chesycustard
22/9/2016
07:49
2-page feature on Metminco in new issue of Shares magazine hTTp://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/article/metminco-eye-gold-rebirth
dell1234
20/9/2016
09:14
Definitely the placing. I think they have traded the same amount for a quick profit and have the same amount of shares as before.
dyardley
20/9/2016
08:49
Just an observation / thought. Most comments around the boards, seem to be of the opinion, that the 'target' for the buyer is the 422 million share placing. My question / observation is = What is the 'situation', should the 'buying' continue after the 422 mill has been passed ??? Something is afoot - that's for sure.
the real lozan
20/9/2016
08:25
interesting trades this morning.... Anyone got an opinion on this? Someone buying into MNC? Or just part of the recent placing?...
the count of monte_cristo
19/9/2016
13:19
plenty of trading going on today. A better placing price....basically at a premium like SOLG and MARL have been pulling of would have been preferable, that is an understatement....
the count of monte_cristo
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