Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pme Afr. LSE:PMEA London Ordinary Share IM00B1WSL611 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +$0.00 +0.00% $0.115 $0.06 $0.17 $0.115 $0.115 $0.115 0.00 07:30:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -2.1 0.0 - 11.78

Pme Afr. Share Discussion Threads

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09/8/2016
13:11
$PMEA .0003 Up !
ih_569024
22/1/2013
15:42
Hello folks - I'm new to advfn. Stupdidly, I set up my account when I was in Austria and so all my content is in German... But I'm English... Any ideas?! Cheers, guy
sherig
07/6/2010
13:13
They must not see any opportunitys to invest in Africa ! the buy back does not add up to me !. Lonrho powering ahead with investments with another 51% + board control investment today.
tenapen
07/6/2010
10:05
Massive massive share buy backs non stop, who can blame them.
envirovision
13/1/2010
07:39
Very positive news on the locos, this share should be trading above $1 now imo
envirovision
16/12/2009
10:00
Under the terms of the agreement, the Company expects to receive approximately US$15 million representing an annual return of some 40% on its original US$10 million investment. It is expected that the transfers will be complete by 31 December 2009 at which time the Company will have fully exited from its investment in Econet Wireless. Fantastic work there imo!
envirovision
16/10/2009
12:20
Yea nice work if you can get it!
envirovision
01/10/2009
17:19
1 October 2009 PME African Infrastructure Opportunities plc ('the Company') Holding in Company The Company has been notified that, as at 30 September 2009, QVT Financial LP, as investment manager for QVT Fund LP and Quintessence Fund L.P., no longer has a notifiable interest in the Company's issued share capital. Damb good business from QVT.
tenapen
30/9/2009
10:46
Well i add lzm to my watch list, but right now it doesn't look good for the coallition goverment, you really get the feeling it was a total botch and the margarby camps strangle hold is somewhat permanent and that they would happily drop into civil war at the slightest provacation.
envirovision
30/9/2009
05:31
ZIM looked good at the time ;-). Their markets are up over 200% and inward investment as increased many fold. LZM had a bear raid which was defeated but the raider as dumped their shares hence the price fall and overhang IMO. Very risky all the same and I would never encourage anyone to buy LZM. Good stuff here, weldone.
tenapen
29/9/2009
20:06
Hi tenapen, dont like the look of all the zimbabwe stuff you have there but im sure you know more than me. Anyway we have conformation so aside from QVT taking a 10.45% stake the other week, today we learn pug capital also have taken a 10.45% stake. More over also so does the director with a 100,000 personal buy, not to be sniffed at. Also interesting to note, i see somebody snapped up 1 million warrants at 3p today.
envirovision
28/9/2009
15:00
envirovision, Im new to PME and still looking around. I already hold LONR & LZM in the hope of an African revival but To buy PME would make me very over weight in Africa !!!. If it was a sell by QVT it would go down as good business but i agree with you that it looks like a buy. We will get a RNS soon as 16,042,133 shares represents 10.45% . Regards.
tenapen
28/9/2009
14:09
at this rate the warrants could become worth something, have you seen them $0.02. I managed to get some at 1p earlier in the year, just in case.
envirovision
28/9/2009
14:07
I doubt it, how could they have bought on or before 8th at around $.52 then sold out at $.60 days later? and the bid ticks up further after? I've never heard of that before. Maybe they have increased again?
envirovision
28/9/2009
13:41
Todays trade size mirror's this RNS announcement, ------------------------- 8 September 2009 PME African Infrastructure Opportunities plc ('the Company') Holding in Company The Company has been notified that, as at 28 August 2009, QVT Financial LP, as investment manager for QVT Fund LP and Quintessence Fund L.P., was interested in 16,042,133 ordinary shares of the Company, representing 10.45% of the Company's issued share capital. ------------------------------------ could it have been a sale ?
tenapen
28/9/2009
12:58
Now that was one hell of a buy by any standards: T: 13:26:46 BID: $0.56 OFFER: $0.60 V:16,042,133 $9,625,280 $0.56 $0.60 BUY Ord.
envirovision
22/9/2009
21:52
everyday buying should be getting back to a dollar in next few months imo. Note Dovetel up and running now should help things, this will be big on the scale of things, will help pmea trade at a premium eventualy.
envirovision
18/9/2009
22:09
Well its all going great guns nice and steady at the tiller.
envirovision
10/8/2009
10:13
The C shares are an easy way of raising extra capital by way of a pre authorised placing. I guess you can grumble about the performance fee, however in reality most similar funds would pay 5-10% and also issue extra shares on performance thus severly diluting wiping out investor value. Never the less as with any fund, you have to set aside take on board not what the compensation is, but the skill and track record of the investment manager.
envirovision
30/7/2009
21:04
Not based in Nigeria is it?
don muang
30/7/2009
20:41
Just had a read of the accounts as interested in investing in Africa. Didn't like these bits: "Performance fees The Investment Manager is entitled to a performance fee of 20% of the net income and capital cash returns to the Company or any subsidiary in respect of the sale or partial sale, refinancing or restructuring of an investment in an infrastructure project ("relevant investment") provided that the "Project test" has been passed. For these purposes, the Project test will be passed if the Company or any subsidiary has received in cash the return of all its cash invested in a relevant investment and a return equivalent to an internal rate of return of 12% on such cash." That seems pretty generous to me. I think (someone please correct me if I'm wrong) that in effect the company is owned by the investment manager as ithas no direct employees. Not sure about the wisdom of this structure. Also not sure about this: " At incorporation the authorised share capital of the Company was US$10,000,000 divided into 500,000,000 ordinary shares of US$0.01 each and 5,000,000 C Shares of US$1.00 each. The holders of ordinary shares are entitled to receive dividends as declared from time to time and are entitled to one vote per share at meetings of the Company. The holders of C Shares are entitled to one vote per share at the meetings of the Company. The C Shares will be converted into Ordinary shares on the approval of the Directors. On conversion each C share will be sub-divided into 100 C Shares of US$0.01 each and will be automatically converted into New Ordinary shares of US$0.01 each." No C shares have been issued yet but that is an easy way for the board to double the shares in issue. Just a bit wary about this.
abundance99
15/6/2009
14:54
NAV $1.07 amazing value and a fantastic long term growth investment
neal d morris
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