Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Acacia Mining LSE:ACA London Ordinary Share GB00B61D2N63 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +12.00p +6.58% 194.30p 195.30p 196.00p 197.00p 176.00p 183.60p 3,386,335 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 853.2 196.0 18.8 10.8 796.80

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/8/2017
17:28
Climb at close looks like a preempt of monday's possible RNS. Climb and dump a pattern here. Expect a holding one at best IMO. 180 ridiculous valuation if this still has legs and relevant weekend events may cause Asians to bust $1300. Will still hold some as outcome here independent of gold
edjge2
18/8/2017
16:23
I thought it was trouble at one of the mines
robizm
18/8/2017
15:58
Nice finish, hopefully good news comes next week
ukgeorge
18/8/2017
14:27
Not affecting the price
robizm
17/8/2017
16:21
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ukgeorge
15/8/2017
16:16
Seems marked down for a land grab. I'll try to dump on the rebound rally unless down another 10%!
edjge2
15/8/2017
16:13
http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/business/Tanzania-to-lose-553-million-dollars-annually-if-miner-exits/2560-4040492-153cpfp/index.html
big_cat
15/8/2017
16:05
http://www.thecitizen.co.tz/oped/The-govt-Acacia-dispute--It-s-the-strategy-that-matters/1840568-4055448-xxuku7/index.html
big_cat
15/8/2017
16:02
Redtrend, Search FQM in DR Congo. Also I believe settlement/fine was reached but a similar situation would be disastrous for ACA in the meantime. Oh and companies continued to invest in the Congo after that so I don't think TG will be too worried about upsetting the "foreign thieves" investors. A lot of risk here guys.
blindsquirrel
15/8/2017
15:01
But did any of them actually get paid?
augustusgloop
15/8/2017
12:05
Looks tempting enough today. NK will probably unleash about 7:30pm for time difference to guam so best to have some sort of gold. Of course they may decide on Japan instead being completely unhinged! RNS soon ACA.
edjge2
15/8/2017
09:58
Just shows the risk Redhill. Seems the boredom factor in today, though tall order for prelim result or holding RNS before monday IMO.
edjge2
15/8/2017
07:22
If every company followed your way of thinking ag then there would be no new projects anywhere in the world !
redhill
15/8/2017
01:56
Is the outcome good for the Company? 6 Years after the assets were taken - the court finally rules. Do you really think that there is any chance that Venezuela will pay a penny of it?
augustusgloop
14/8/2017
20:49
Well here is onehttps://www.iisd.org/itn/2016/12/12/venezuela-to-pay-us1-billion-for-expropriating-canadian-mining-companys-investment/You can also google centerra mining for a second
ukgeorge
14/8/2017
20:15
I don't remember the 16% free ownership, or the increased taxes, or the export restrictions or the royalties being part of the English Common Law system. But they have just been passed into law - the law that applies in Tanzania is whatever their Parliament passes. The $180bn claim is clearly ridiculous - but that will not be the reason why they grab the mine. I'm sure that they can find one person who has received a bribe -- and that will be enough. The international courts are completely an utterly toothless - can you find a single instance anywhere when a Country has appropriated assets and the outcome has been good for the company?
augustusgloop
14/8/2017
19:10
Redtrend, If TZG take the mine -- then it will be Barrick that takes TZG to an international court --- so the TZG will be the defendant. Thus, by your logic Barrick will have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the TZG is wrong. There is no need to brush up on English common law -- because the mine is not in England. I would have thought that you would have at least understood that much. Ask anybody that has ever lived in these Southern African countries - you can't run a business without paying bribes - it is a way of life.
augustusgloop
14/8/2017
16:18
Well all this negative talk persuaded me to add a few more. It is a gamble yes, but Acacia have done nothing wrong and sense will hopefully prevail.
ukgeorge
14/8/2017
16:17
stevea171, sadly I suspect that whoever runs the mine there, the villagers will be at the very bottom of any consideration. Sounds like there is no effective mine inspectorate, but that is no excuse if indeed Barrick are being totally cavalier over safety. If 300 people have died at the mine then something is very wrong, then why has the govt not rescinded or suspended the licence on safety grounds alone? Possibly because the govt don't care about the safety of the workers, and are more focused on getting more money? I wonder who the intended beneficiaries of that extra money will be? I doubt it will be the bereft villagers, or indeed the general population, it would be nice to be wrong.
lefrene
14/8/2017
16:03
Can you post the judgements please? What were the outcomes and who was found liable? Or is it still a case of guilty if it ends up in court no matter? I'd hate to be accused of anything and end up in the court of stevea171
redtrend
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