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Acacia Mining Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 234.00 234.60 235.40 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 520.5 75.8 11.3 22.2 960

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15/5/2019
15:54
15/05/2019 | 9:42 PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Crédit Agricole SA shares lost 3.5% to 10.97 euros Wednesday morning, after the French bank posted a net profit down 10.9% in the first quarter . This decline is "mainly due to higher costs and taxes, while revenues are broadly in line with expectations and supplies are improving," notes Citi. "The results indicate mixed trends, and we expect some pressure at first, until management provides clarification," adds the financial intermediary. In June, Crédit Agricole will present a new medium-term strategic plan, after reaching, one year ahead of schedule, the objectives of the previous plan, which ran until 2019. -Pietro Lombardi, Dow Jones Newswires ed .: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire
waldron
15/5/2019
09:18
Credit Agricole Shares Fall After 1Q Net Profit Missed Expectations 15/05/2019 8:53am Dow Jones News Credit Agricole Sa (EU:ACAP) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Wednesday 15 May 2019 Click Here for more Credit Agricole Sa Charts. --Credit Agricole's first-quarter net profit fell 11%, missing analysts' expectations --Capital-markets revenue rose 1.7% on year to EUR472 million --Its core Tier 1 ratio was stable at 11.5% in March By Pietro Lombardi Shares in Credit Agricole SA (ACA.FR) fell in morning trade after the French bank's first quarter net profit fell 11%, undershooting analysts' expectations. The results came as the bank gears up for a new set of targets in its medium-term plan, which is due to be presented in June, after it achieved the main targets of its plan through 2019 a year ahead of schedule. Net profit for the period was 763 million euros ($856.3 million) compared with EUR856 million a year earlier, France's second-largest listed bank by assets said Wednesday. On an underlying basis, which excludes exceptional items, net profit rose 1% on year. The net profit fell short of analysts' expectations of EUR794 million, according to a consensus forecast provided by FactSet. Shares in the bank were trading 2.2% lower at 0720 GMT. The profit miss was "mainly due to higher costs and higher taxes, with revenues broadly in-line and better provisions," Citi said. "Results showed mixed trends, and we expect some pressure initially until management clarify the various moving parts". Revenue dropped 1.1% to EUR4.86 billion. Credit Agricole's corporate-and-investment bank reported a 2.9% increase in profit. Capital-markets revenue rose 1.7% on year to EUR472 million. Profit rose at the bank's insurance and asset-management business, at its French and international retail-banking operations and at its specialized financial-services division. Credit Agricole's core Tier 1 ratio, a key measure of capital strength, was stable at 11.5% in March. "These performances demonstrate once again the relevance of our strategy fully focused on organic growth, internal synergies and consolidation of business lines," Chief Executive Philippe Brassac said. "These very good performances allow confidence in our future medium-term plan that will be unveiled next June." Write to Pietro Lombardi at pietro.lombardi@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires May 15, 2019 03:38 ET (07:38 GMT)
sarkasm
15/5/2019
07:25
Credit Agricole SA's (ACA.FR) first-quarter net profit fell 11%, undershooting analysts' expectations. Net profit for the period was 763 million euros ($856.3 million) compared with EUR856 million a year earlier, France's second-largest listed bank by assets said Wednesday. "This drop is entirely due to the specific items of both periods being compared," it said. On an underlying basis, which excludes exceptional items, net profit rose 1% on year. The profit compares with analysts' expectations of EUR794 million, according to a consensus forecast provided by FactSet Revenue dropped 1.1% to EUR4.86 billion. Credit Agricole's core Tier 1 ratio, a key measure of capital strength, was stable at 11.5% in March. "These performances demonstrate once again the relevance of our strategy fully focused on organic growth, internal synergies and consolidation of business lines," Chief Executive Philippe Brassac said. "These very good performances allow confidence in our future medium-term plan that will be unveiled next June." Write to Pietro Lombardi at pietro.lombardi@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires May 15, 2019 01:22 ET (05:22 GMT)
waldron
14/5/2019
10:17
Charts are pointing towards imminent springboard action above 150p very soon
r88ave
13/5/2019
23:09
lol still under 150 gold breaks $1300 and rising.
avsome1968
13/5/2019
13:17
could be right gold heading higher thanks to nobby trump!
r88ave
13/5/2019
12:11
2 pounds this week on the cards
imjustdandy
13/5/2019
10:18
Looking good
imjustdandy
12/5/2019
14:50
Back to £2 this week.
imjustdandy
09/5/2019
08:44
Cheeky tree shake watch it rise beyond 150p now
r88ave
09/5/2019
07:09
Positive operational update this am...should now race back to 200p tbh after disappointed Q1 Results. Also are aware of MB comments yesterday, hold on to this way too cheap with production figures
r88ave
08/5/2019
19:00
Barrick Could 'Force' Resolution to Acacia's Troubles, CEO Says Bloomberg - 9 minutes ago Gets better.... Barrick Gold Corp.’s Mark Bristow said the company may have to "force" an end to stalled talks with Tanzania over the fate of its subsidiary Acacia Mining Plc -- but not yet. Shares of the unit pared gains. Acacia has been at odds with Tanzania’s government since July 2017, when the state handed the London-listed gold producer a $190 billion tax bill, saying it falsely declared bullion exports. Bristow was named Barrick chief executive officer in January, and the following month the Toronto-based miner said it’s reached a settlement proposal with the government. Yet so far, no final deal with the government has been signed. “We would definitely at a point intervene and force the process, but right now it’s not a constructive way to try to solve this problem,” Bristow said in an interview in Toronto Wednesday. Sally Marshak, a spokeswoman for Acacia, said the company has no immediate comment. Shares of the London-listed company, which earlier rose as much as 4.9 percent, pared gains to 1.5 percent to 144.2 pence at 3:30 p.m. in London. Bristow took the helm at Barrick after the miner merged with his company Randgold Resources Ltd. at the start of this year, rekindling hope of a resolution. The South African has a long history of successfully operating in Africa, but so far has left negotiations in the hands of his long-time lieutenant Willem Jacobs. Barrick, which owns almost two-thirds of Acacia, has previously said that the plan includes the gold producer paying $300 million to resolve outstanding tax claims. It also involves a 50-50 sharing of the “economic benefits” of Acacia’s operations with the state. Acacia has been frozen out of the talks, but its board will have to approve any deal. Once that’s done there’s uncertainty over the future of the miner that only operates in Tanzania. Barrick would favor taking back full control of the unit, people familiar with situation said last year. “It’s a tragedy; what we’re dealing with is a complete breakdown of relationships,”; Bristow said Wednesday, noting that the Tanzanian government refuses to deal with Acacia. Bristow declined to provide more details on what an intervention would look like. “There’s a way where we could get involved in wrapping up the business going forward and then deal with the assets ourselves,” Bristow said. “Or there’s a way where we could cooperate with the Acacia board and we could look at strategic options and realize the assets in a different way. Those are the options that we have.”
r88ave
08/5/2019
18:35
Barrick could of course always buy us out and get the remaining shares they don't own. Then they can push through whatever deal they want. It's disingenuous to say Acacia aren't cooperating as they are subject to fiduciary duty and need to take into account the interests of all shareholders, not just Barrick. If Barrick buys us out at 400p I'll happily hand over my shares :)
casual47
08/5/2019
18:30
Interesting articles there Reading between the lines Barrick and MB are eager to get the dispute sorted and by doing so they want to take over the board.... could be an interesting development as they already own 63.5% of SP could be in for a tasty ride in next few weeks.
r88ave
08/5/2019
17:39
hTTps://seekingalpha.com/news/3460828-barrick-ceo-seeks-1_5b-asset-sales-eyes-african-arabian-partnerships hTTps://www.miningmx.com/top-story/36889-bristow-lays-into-acacia-for-failing-to-cooperate-as-seeks-end-to-tanzania-tax-dispute/
archlight
08/5/2019
13:06
Will move very fast once 150p is cleared.
r88ave
07/5/2019
09:23
Looking very good now next resistance around 165 area
r88ave
06/5/2019
19:35
Https://www.zonebourse.com/CREDIT-AGRICOLE-4735/?type_recherche=rapide&mots=ACA Do believe divi is euros 0.63 or approx 5. 6pc PLEASE NOTE THIS IS NOT THE ACACIA THREAD
grupo
06/5/2019
19:27
What is the dvi
dhanji2
06/5/2019
16:34
Http://www.credit-agricole.com/en/Investor-and-shareholder/Financial-calendar Financial calendar 2019 15 May 2019 first quarter results Quiet period - Equity only: 17 April 2019 21 May Annual Shareholders’ Meeting Metz 24 May Ex-dividend date 28 May Dividend payment date 02 Aug Second quarter and first half 2019 results Quiet period - Equity only: 9 July 2019 08 Nov 2019 third quarter results Quiet period - Equity only: 11 October 2019
ariane
06/5/2019
06:52
0 06/05/2019 | 7:39 Crédit Agricole reports that CACEIS Germany has received from the Bavarian tax authorities a request for the refund of taxes amounting to 312 million euros, a request accompanied by 148 million interest (calculated at a rate of 6% per annum). The bank states that 'no intentional fault, no negligence against it is invoked in support of this request', and that it has benefited from the refunds of the offending dividends, made for the benefit of its customers in 2010. CACEIS Germany will therefore challenge this claim, which appears unfounded, by appealing on the merits and seeking a stay of execution. In this context, it confirms its decision not to fund the amounts claimed.
grupo
03/5/2019
08:28
better support at 97p though that'll be worth a punt
creditcrunchies
01/5/2019
09:30
Like I said good support around 138p area
r88ave
01/5/2019
09:15
5% down on jack volume, totally controlled. I hold and will look to add further around a pound if the opp arises.
mustau
30/4/2019
16:07
Maybe should word it as 76.4% retrace from 265-100
r88ave
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