Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
White Nile LSE:WNL London Ordinary Share GB00B05MGT12 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% 2.43p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown 0.0 -0.0 -12.9 - 8.00

White Nile Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/6/2015
11:47
whats the betting double6 works for RAB
temmujin
04/1/2009
21:10
Just commenting on a stock I'm interested in, as most on these BB's. Do your own research. Think this is quite an interesting vehicle at the moment, as is CAMEC, despite the enormous disappointments. Certainly not a stock to put your life savings into, but at 3p and 2p respectively, they look better value than the £1 or so they both traded at a year or so ago. Generally speaking, I'm sticking to cash or investment trusts at the moment. WNL is for fun!
topvest
04/1/2009
19:34
topvest is a right little ramper when it suits him. He seems to me like a broker with stock he has to shift before next fundraising. He should carry a wealth warning.
moreupsthandowns
04/1/2009
18:34
Will be interesting to see how this performs next week.
topvest
02/1/2009
15:32
Lots of 12,000 share blocks purchased today @ 3p - looks a bit odd.
topvest
02/1/2009
10:54
Looking at the reverse takeover the consideration shares were priced at: 200m shares US$15m loan acquired - effectively £10m 5p a share!
topvest
02/1/2009
10:39
44% a 12k seller drying up? a 50k buyer early doors, a buy of 100k and 68k
andrbea
02/1/2009
10:39
Blimey - these are flying today!
topvest
01/1/2009
17:09
I see Mike Pelham (in the AIM prospectus) is being paid £25k a year to keep taking forward the Sudan oil prospect. There is still a glimmer of hope on the oil assets; nice to see that they will keep trying.
topvest
30/12/2008
17:49
No, unfortunately not!
topvest
30/12/2008
16:18
top vest are you being paid by andrew and phil ?
camgeo4
30/12/2008
10:48
It is a profitable business, but only after backing out the CAMEC management fees and interest. The figure you quote above is gross profits, not net profits. All the same it is a growth business, that looks to have potential and looks good from a sustainability perspective.
topvest
30/12/2008
09:00
read the admission document (Dec 24) a profitable (new) business then (in the new company, after Jan 22nd)? DECA's total revenues for the year to March 2008 grew to $5.5 million, generating a gross profit of $1.8 million. During 2008, the average price achieved for maize meal has been approximately $330 per tonne, compared with an equivalent price of $290 per tonne in 2007. Strong demand has been the primary driver of the increased price with the average price received in the three months ended 30 November 2008 being $598 per tonne. Also: Future Strategy The Board recognises agriculture as being a significant growth area, particularly on the African continent. It is envisaged by the Board that DECA's operational business can be replicated not only in other areas of Mozambique, as is already intended at Compagri, but also in other African countries. The Board also sees potential in expanding ranching operations under the Mozbife brand.
andrbea
27/12/2008
20:56
Bought most of mine at a penny, BVLGARI albeit sitting on a loss on some bought higher. Down about 10% in total on these. Somewhat disturbing to see you enjoy people losing money though.. By the way your spelling needs improvement!
topvest
27/12/2008
18:34
LOLLOL change your username to bottomvest. you must be sinking in this pile of kaa from 40p to 1p
bvlgari
24/12/2008
12:02
AIM listing document already out - blimey, they didn't waste any time here!!! http://www.whitenile-ltd.com/InvestorRelations/Downloads/Circular%20final%2024.12.08.pdf
topvest
24/12/2008
11:56
Well I was correct. First time I have second guessed Phil and Andy. This looks a very positive development for White Nile indeed, whereas for CAMEC it leaves them to focus on their mining interest. Win Win for both companies.
topvest
20/12/2008
09:09
From the Camec results..."Similarly with our agricultural investments in DECA and BioEnergy Africa Ltd we are assessing our position and seeing where we can best extract value"........intersting comment. What about selling these assets to White Nile or Agriterra as thy will soon be called.
topvest
20/12/2008
08:56
Results out. Pretty much as expected. c£6m of cash remaining. May raise some more through selling their residual oil and gas interests.
topvest
17/12/2008
15:50
Untill further notice phil edmunds deserves nothing but spin like his bowling and wnl over and out 1p sale
marleytonglide
17/12/2008
15:49
Not until after the EGM whenever that is, Jan I think. Results date anyone?
fountains
17/12/2008
10:37
Does anyone know the Epic for the new named company Agriterra,and when it will be active ?. Regards L B.
listen blue
15/12/2008
22:00
Still looking perky here. Wonder if they have a deal lined-up or in prospect? Anyway, nice to see this move up.
topvest
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