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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
  -4.05p -2.10% 188.75p 189.80p 190.45p 196.95p 187.60p 193.30p 569,044 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 556.4 -525.4 -127.7 - 774.04

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30/11/2018
00:26
Well, the charting stuff is incidental. Bristow, CEO of new Randgold-Barrick will be merging with ACA effetively, as soon as the main merger is done. That has to value ACA at somewhere above NAV. After the merger was announced the FT reported: "On a call with analysts, Mr Bristow said he saw a “huge opportunity” to work with Acacia to find a solution that “really delivers better value and more transparency in Tanzania”. The blocking of the will of a 60%+ shareholder just ain't gonna happen. j
jswjsw
29/11/2018
10:35
hTTps://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/how-acacia-minings-stunning-recovery-could-continue-ii507233
depester
29/11/2018
08:34
0 29/11/2018 | 8:16 Crédit Agricole SA reports that it successfully completed its inaugural issue of green bonds in the amount of one billion euros, a preferred senior five-year issue structured by its Crédit Agricole CIB division. "This issue has met with great interest from investors, reflected by the depth and quality of the order book," says the banking group. France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands are the most important jurisdictions. "The funds will finance projects for the energy and environmental transition in all our territories by the entities of Crédit Agricole who commit to this funding," he says.
waldron
26/11/2018
12:04
1441/5000 PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Credit Suisse confirmed on Monday its "outperformance" recommendation and its target price of 16 euros for Crédit Agricole SA (CASA). The broker continues to see the Crédit Agricole Assurances division, where he has just met the CFO, Clément Michaud, as a major growth driver for the group. The financial intermediary sees a potential still "relatively unexploited" to the international. In addition, "the life insurance reserves provide a strong ability to maintain competitive prices and profitability in a rising interest rate environment," notes Credit Suisse. While the group's total life insurance outstanding totaled 283 billion euros, nearly the target of 285 billion euros set for 2019, the broker believes that "insurance will continue to be a powerful growth driver. ". In France, Credit Suisse believes that CASA's cost benefits and distribution strength should continue to generate market share gains in non-life insurance. While internationally, the group can rely on partnerships in countries where its asset management subsidiary Amundi is well established. In the late morning, Crédit Agricole SA shares gained 3.25% to 11.07 euros. (fberthon@agefi.fr) ed: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires November 26, 2018 05:56 ET (10:56 GMT)
waldron
26/11/2018
09:05
Crédit Agricole: Jefferies remains a buyer but reduces its target from 18.50 to 16.90 EUR.
waldron
23/11/2018
08:41
Precisely. All aboard the gravy train! j
jswjsw
23/11/2018
08:31
The action by Mr. Odey is, as far as I can see, the only reason why the deal rumoured to happen in the summer was quickly shelved and imo is also the reason why the shareprice has boomed because investors are betting that thanks to Mr. Odey it will be impossible for Barrick to get ACA on the cheap.
casual47
23/11/2018
08:31
Correct. If only minority shareholders can vote on any deal then Barrick will have to cough up.
casual47
23/11/2018
08:29
I doubt Odey is ultimately going to block Barrick-Randgold. On 7 Nov, the new CEO (Bristow) of Barrick-Randgold said: "Barrick Group could buy out Acacia to help it address Acacia's difficulties in Tanzania. One of the options that Barrick has is to roll up Acacia into Barrick itself, in other words issue Barrick's shares to the Acacia minorities, take it back within the company and consolidate it." It has to do this at a considerable premium to the current share price j
jswjsw
23/11/2018
08:16
See my question above. Crispin Odey launched a case with LSE authorities to make sure that Barrick could not force a decision on minority shareholders and argued that any deal in which Barrick was an actor would need to be voted on by all shareholders excluding Barrick. So until this is resolved in Barrick's favour I can't see them arranging a deal unless they are sure the minority shareholders will vote it through.
casual47
23/11/2018
08:07
Any educated guesses as when barrick will make announcement?
p winky
19/11/2018
19:28
19/11/2018 | 10:55 UBS reiterates its 'buy' recommendation on Crédit Agricole while adjusting its price target from 14.8 to 14 euros, a target that however implies a growth potential of 29% for the title of the French bank. 'Profit before tax for the third quarter was 5% higher than the consensus, driven by a decrease in bad debt', notes the broker, which however lowers its estimates of EPS 2019-22 by about 3% of made of weaker markets.
la forge
19/11/2018
15:40
When Barrick gets ACA, the GoT deal will be replaced with the deal between the GoT and Barrick itself - to everyone's advantage. This is why we're going up... Question is - how high? j
jswjsw
19/11/2018
10:04
Break 180 please!
p winky
15/11/2018
14:34
A nice consistent rise for 2 months now. Let the trend be your friend.
zedder
09/11/2018
07:35
bqgi58s - Well, there was this from the mining press a year ago (19 Oct 17): "Barrick has struck a deal with the Tanzanian government to resolve a dispute, which has hit operations in the country, sending shares in its London-listed subsidiary Acacia Mining PLC (LON:ACA)surging. Barrick agreed the African country would take a 16% stake in three gold mines operated by Acacia, a 50% share in revenues from the mines and a one-off payment of $300mln (£228m)." This was a harsh deal, but it sent the ACA share price up to 214p overnight. Since then, Barrick has been actively involved in improving this deal. Certainly, the GoT won't want ACA coming under the ownership of any third party, who may be in a position to impose sanctions on Tanzania. Therefore, I imagine your £2.50 looks about right. Minority shareholders selling their identical assets back to Barrick at a discount would discount Barrick's own NAV and thus its own sp! So they will have to offer NAV of 202p - at least. j
jswjsw
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