Acacia Mining Dividends - ACA

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Acacia Mining Plc ACA London Ordinary Share GB00B61D2N63 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 234.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 234.00 01:00:00
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Acacia Mining ACA Dividends History

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rmm4: The offer is 0.168 X the Barrick share price so the current price if ACA is actually at a discount to the offer price.
bookwormrobert: Hi NWB! No, you've got the Barrick shareprice wrong. It's $12.12 on the NYSE and 16.25CAD in Toronto. This makes the offer a derisory 1.46p per ACA share. But I don't think today's announcement is the end of this. Not by a very long way.
nwb: Barrick Gold trading at $16.24 = £ 12.82 (today's rate = 1.266) 0.153 shares of Barrick Gold for each ACA shares = £ 1.96 per share. Is this maths right - would have thought the share price of ACA would have risen ?
trader365: BB posts have no bearing on share price action
ukgeorge: It is one of those that one piece of good or bad news can be transformational for the share price. At some point the export ban will be lifted. Or the company will have to shut the mine. The AGM should be quite interesting next month...
grupo: Crédit Agricole: a confident analyst Jean-Baptiste André, published on the 26/02/2018 at 10h22 Crédit Agricole: a confident analyst Photo credit © Crédit Agricole / Frédérique Thomas ( - Deutsche Bank is back this morning on the Crédit Agricole report after the annual results of the green bank. The DB talks about difficult accounts to interpret given the long list of exceptional items. On an underlying basis however, the results are in line with expectations and even about 10% better than expected by excluding the non-strategic (but not insignificant) 'Corporate Center', showing continued good momentum in core business. . The broker notes that the CASA share price has underperformed over the past month, with a 9% decrease and a depreciation of the PE ratio of 8%. A decline that is not deserved according to the DB, and offers an attractive entry price for this attractive investment. The DB reiterates its advice 'purchase' and adjusts its target from 16.7 to 16.5 euros.
yaki: So Morth Mara is 1/3 of Acacia's gold and probably the most profitable. If assume that Bulyanhulu and Buzwagi are taken over by the government, we still have at least 1/3 of the original Acacia value. So before the share price was c500p, so we can expect worst case scenarios of c170p, ie being the absolute bottom price?
redbaron10: Hey blindsquirrel we could always apply a bit of creative accounting similar to the Tanzanian claim for $190bn in fines/interest/back taxes.Instead of a value of just 30p a share for money in Acacia's bank account ,we could attribute a huge value to the Kenyan,Burkina Faso and Mali assets that Acacia own.Howabout a nice number of $1.5bn all in.Forgetting the small matter of the $190bn fines,Acacia has a market cap of $2bn and share price around £5-£5.50.Sorted.
harry vederci: Acacia Mining now a 'binary investment', figures Investec 30 May, 2017 10:09 - Updated: 11:09 With shares in Acacia Mining down by more than a third since Tanzania's accusation that the company is grossly underreporting the value of its gold exports, Investec said the company was more of a "binary investment" as it "may not be dealing with a rational administration". After an investigation of containers held at Dar Es Salaam port by a presidential committee, the FTSE 250 gold miner, which is 63.9%-owned by Toronto-based Barrick Gold, was accused of reporting only a tenth of the true gold content. The committee claimed to have found gold content of 7.8 tonnes, or 250,000 ounces, which compared to the 26,000oz declared by the company and the 254,552 oz produced in the calendar year of 2016. "We had expected the concentrate ban to be resolved, anticipating perhaps some penalty in the form of increased tax prepayments," said Investec on Tuesday, keeping its 'hold' rating and setting a 'binary' target price outcome of 512p or 235p. "However, given the implausible assertions being propagated by the Tanzanian government, it now appears that Acacia may not be dealing with a rational administration and that there may not in fact be an equitable resolution to come. "Unless some resolution is reached, Acacia now faces the prospect of a protracted and costly legal battle in international courts." The fall in the share price might arguably reflects an appropriate risk adjustment, analyst Hunter Hillcoat wrote, were it not for the improbability of the government’s assertion. If Acacia decides to close its Bulyanhulu and Buzwagi mines to focus on its one remaining mine in the country and emerging production from Kenya, his valuation for the shares crashes to 235p as 2018-19 earnings per share forecasts would reduce by more than half, but if the situation is resolved the base case of 512p offers plenty of upside. "Our sense is that Acacia is now more of a binary investment – it is either worth what it was before this situation, or it is worth the cash that it has in its (non-Tanzanian) banks. We cannot recommend investment in Acacia until the Tanzanian authorities provide some comfort that companies can operate there under predefined agreements."
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