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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kalahari Min LSE:KAH London Ordinary Share GB00B117S132 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 243.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -22.34 -9.99 651
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 243.50 GBX

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Posted at 28/2/2012 08:47 by sparty1
shazbo Why not sell in the market? You must have a lot of them ..incidentally have you seen the apparently new company Kalahari Minerals (Assd Taurus Mineral Cash)epic KAHA? My interest is purely in NRRP and its future ...good rns out today but no news re the Taurus/and it`s shareholding it inherits from KAH .... Hopefully the chinese will turn it into "son of KAH/Ext and off we go again ,or they may start buying the market....
Posted at 21/11/2011 18:08 by contrarian2investor
Krakow & nielsc, I have been tracking the progress of KAH and the recent news of Hathor. In your humble opinions if KAH does not get a bid prior to year end, where do you see share price support? The purpose of question, is that I am very tempted to take out a long-term long sb on KAH near these levels. On a 3-9 months view that they will be taken over @>£2.60p.
Posted at 17/11/2011 13:41 by tebbin
At the moment we have only been told that KAH and CGNPC are in discussions in relation to CGNPC making an offer for KAH @ £2.435. and they must make a formal offer by DEC 08 2011. There is no indication of KAH's position or if they think the price is a fair one.... In the recent past MH has stated he thinks that A$16 is what EXT is worth per share. Converting this to value of KAH it is considerable more than £2.43 discussed. This looks it will run into 2012 before KAH is bought out......
Posted at 15/11/2011 17:33 by tebbin
Stu31..... The uranium market is forecasted in the future to be a resource producers market...... so finance will always be available for the top players which includes EXT. Incidently the spot price has just risen another US$4..and with the resource on the EXT Licence reported as 500mlbs is a nice increase in value... No doubt the bidding team will not want to talk of those matters, but try and keep the focus on the bot controlled KAH share price
Posted at 09/10/2011 12:31 by sparty1
also in the times as well. Those who sell out at £2.70 might do worse than buy into the baby kah ....NRRP @ sub 2p it another exciting story ready to take off..imo..! Harlee take note ! They have immpressive assets including coal,an array of metals ,uranium prospects and are effectively almost half owned by KAH/EXT .Also three JV`s on the go.If KAH cash in like looks possible then a reasonable case could be made for kah to buy back the assets it sold nrrp very cheaply simply by buying up the very cheap shares. Due to current market nrrp are at half where they should be imo and if kah move... or the chinese want them as part of the deal ...boom! Over the last two months someone has been buying NRRP shares in tranches of 500K, 600K and 1Million. Speculation that its kah is justified. They failed to take part in the last north river placement because of the last chinese bid(against takeover panel rules)They did however want to take part and will probably have been buying up the shares to offset the dilution.I`m out of kah these days but look forward reliving the excitment of those early days with NRRP
Posted at 05/10/2011 13:32 by harlee7
Hi all, long time no hear...... I thought I would share this with you all. Its a post I found on another site. I thought it was very interesting.... My New Theory, Chinese and Hohnen have all gone quiet about the possibe takeover. This will place doubt into shareholders minds and with a weakening share price due to shorters, this will flush out sellers so they can pick up as much cheap stock as possible prior to a take over bid. This is probably what some of the cross trades are for, make us all lose faith and feel we have to get out. Harlee Found this article: http://www.singpao.com/NewsArticle.aspx?NewsID=196492&Lang=tc It is some days old and it needs translation, but some company (can't make out its name) who is in Iron Ore is supposedly in a deal with GNPC to sell its 14.7% share in Kalahari to them, could this be why it's share price has been slipping lately? Here is a paragraph translated by Google: "Wang Lishan said the group intends to sell 14.7% of Kalahari Minerals hold income holdings of Mount Gibson to pay the funds required. She said that currently China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group (CGNPC) intends to spend $ 200 million purchase of the Kalahari, but the two sides is in talks." Also an interesting paragraph regarding Australian Politics and the mining tax: " Asked about the Australian Government will implement the mineral resource tax impact on the company, Chief Executive Officer of Feng Jiaxin frankly, the taxes have an adverse effect on the company, but it is difficult to predict its impact on profits. He pointed out that the Group will consider the future political stability in the region looking for investment opportunities, such as Mongolia." What do people make out of this article? Both parties have been very quiet.
Posted at 08/9/2011 14:09 by beefeater25
Research by Royal Bank of Canada suggests the outlook for the uranium is far from dire and predicts the spot price will tick up to around US$80 a pound in 2015 from an average price of just over US$46 last year. So perhaps we may see further consolidation if share prices in the sector remain rooted around their current levels. One stock to have escaped relatively unscathed from the sector's meltdown has been Kalahari Minerals (LON:KAH), although it has fallen around 16 per cent in the last six months. Kalahari has a major interest in the Husab Uranium Project in Namibia via its 42.8 per cent stake in Extract Resources (ASX:EXT, TSE:EXT). Rio Tinto's (LON:RIO) nearby Rossing uranium mine has produced more than 260 million pounds of uranium since 1976. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/32882/Cameco-stirs-up-interest-in-bombed-out-uranium-sector--32882.html One thing probably keeping the Kalahari share price bubbling – it is up around 57 per cent in the past month – is the prospect of renewed bid interest. In the spring the China Guangdong Nuclear Power lodged a 290 pence, or £756 million offer for the company, before revising it down to 270 pence in the wake of the horrendous events in Japan. And while both sides were willing to deal, the Takeover Panel here in the UK wouldn't allow the price reduction. The restrictions on CGNPC-URC re-bidding were lifted just under a month ago, though it has been all quiet on this front. An announcement earlier this week revealed that around £10 million-worth of loan notes were converted into stock, suggesting professional investors have confidence in Kalahari and its long-term prospects.
Posted at 02/9/2011 15:47 by avc0nway
I began buying KAH at 155p - 160p in May 2010, because I wanted exposure to EXT. I got out entirely with a little regret at the end of May just passed for a conjunction of reasons:- a) the uranium picture in the short term had changed (which would have mattered less had I been invested in EXT directly) b) with what I felt were the bargain-price figures being bandied about for KAH's slice of EXT I began feeling unsure who the KAH board was batting for, and c) with the vast sums of fiat moneys being found for QE1 and 2 (..and 3 in November?) I felt the picture with regard to precious metals was changing, and the parcel of funds in KAH seemed the sensible parcel to use to gain exposure there. So that's what I did. I may have moved a little too early but it seems to be all coming good at the moment. But I still monitor KAH and read the board here. But a niggly doubt remains. Who are the KAH board members batting for? The KAH shareholders? Are we all quite sure? Dunno, just askin', like. avc
Posted at 30/8/2011 05:47 by red ninja
Extrader, Ok A3 may be right on the Chinese being able to re-enter the fray if another bid had been made. I believe the Chinese will probably make another bid. However, the market as yet has not given credence to another bidder comming in, as neither EXT or KAH share prices have exceeded believed Chinese bid levels.
Posted at 20/5/2011 07:55 by grahamg8
Agree VeryMary and BeefEater. I wrote from memory rather than checking the figures. 290p recommended by Board and 270p came later as a strong indication that they would also recommend. Ball seems to be in Rio's court for a little while before Guangdong can come back. Actually come to think of it Guangdong never did approach EXT and so the time limits only apply to KAH. Well that's my interpretation of what happened. So a bid, for Extract, right now is possible and wouldn't need Rio to make a move at all. The effect on the KAH share price would be the same as a direct approach.
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