Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Acacia Mining Plc LSE:ACA London Ordinary Share GB00B61D2N63 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 234.00 0.00 00:00:00
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234.60 235.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 520.52 75.84 11.29 22.6 960
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- O 0 234.00 GBX

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adrian j boris: Credit Agricole SA said Monday that its Italian subsidiary Credit Agricole Italia SpA has launched a voluntary public cash tender offer to acquire all ordinary shares of Italian bank Credito Valtellinese SpA. The offer was placed at 10.50 euros ($12.45) per share, corresponding to a total investment of EUR737 million from Credit Agricole Italia for 100% of Credito Valtellinese shares, the bank said. The acquisition is expected to generate a return on investment for Credit Agricole Italia's shareholders of more than 10% by the third year, Credit Agricole said. The deal would make Credit Agricole Italia SpA the sixth largest retail bank in Italy. The offer is subject to Credit Agricole Italia achieving at least 66.7% of Credito Valtellinese's voting share capital or 50% of voting capital plus one share, and is conditional on antitrust approval, it said. Write to Cecilia Butini at -0- (END) Dow Jones Newswires November 23, 2020 02:11 ET (07:11 GMT)
misca2: Total: Coalition for the energy of the future: 11 major international companies join forces to accelerate the energy transition in transport and logistics Investment Bank, Engie, Faurecia, Michelin, Schneider Electric, Total and Wärtsilä have formed an international coalition July 3rd, 2020 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Share via Email Print Investment Bank, Engie, Faurecia, Michelin, Schneider Electric, Total and Wärtsilä have formed an international coalition. Nine concrete projects for developing energy solutions to accelerate the energy transition in transport and logistics. At the Rencontres Économiques d’Aix-en-Provence, an economic forum attended by many organizations from around the world, 11 international groups have announced they have joined forces to form an international coalition open to new members. AWS, Carrefour Group, CMA CGM Group, Cluster Maritime Français, Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, Engie, Faurecia, Michelin, Schneider Electric, Total and Wärtsilä are the existing members. Common goals for the energy transition in transport and logistics The Coalition aims to accelerate the development of energy sources and technologies to address the challenges posed by sustainable mobility in the transport and logistics industry by reducing emissions, fighting global warming and protecting biodiversity. The 11 existing members are pooling their expertise in pursuit of three key goals to achieve genuine technological breakthroughs with tangible results by 2030: • Unlock a more extensive portfolio of clean energy sources, • Lower energy consumption per kilometer-equivalent of goods transported, • Eliminate a substantial proportion of emissions linked to transport and logistics. Nine concrete projects devised by the nine working groups already set up Over the past few months, the Coalition has established nine working groups with several dozen participants to devise nine concrete projects that will help shape the energy sources of the future: • Develop green hydrogen procurement solutions for the transport sector, • Develop biofuels for the various modes of transport, • Expand the use of biogas and synthetic gases in transport, • Replace fossil fuels with green energy across the supply chain, • Launch zero-emission vehicle pilot projects by the end of 2021, • Create a digital door-to-door route planning system that calculates the option with the lowest environmental impact, • Optimize the operational management and loading to step up the energy efficiency of each ton carried, • Make multimodal platforms more environmentally friendly for logistics applications, • Consolidate methods used to measure the impact of energy transition projects in transport and logistics. The Coalition was launched in late 2019 during the French Maritime Economy Conference (Assises de l’Economie de la Mer) and has received the backing of French President Emmanuel Macron. The Coalition’s initial findings will be officially presented in January 2021 at the IUCN World Conservation Congress. Julien GROUES, Managing Director of AWS in France, said: “At AWS, we are committed to running our business in the most environmentally friendly way possible, and we aim to achieve 100% renewable energy use across Amazon by 2025 on the path to net zero carbon by 2040. Beyond our own commitment, we are also convinced that the power of AWS is an asset for freight and logistics companies to accelerate research and innovation in renewable energy and make informed decisions based on the analysis of large data sets. We are delighted to put our technological expertise at the service of the coalition.” Alexandre BOMPARD, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Carrefour Group, added: “The food transition for all, which has become Carrefour’s “raison d’être”, will not happen without an energy transition. We are a committed player and have set ambitious objectives to fight global warming, through the promotion of cleaner means of transportation, and through our aspiration to build a food distribution model that, from producer to end consumer, is environmentally friendly. We are taking actions within the Group; but the challenges are so immense, so complex, that they are necessarily collective. It is the aim of this coalition to take up these challenges, that meet the expectations of citizens and chart a new path for our societies.” Rodolphe SAADE, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the CMA CGM Group, stated: “In view of the challenges facing the world, we must unite our strengths in order to accelerate the energy transition of the transport and logistics industry. I am delighted that 11 global corporations, leaders in their respective fields, have joined this initiative. CMA CGM will provide all its expertise and experience to this first large global multisectoral coalition, supported by the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron. We are all fully mobilized to produce concrete short, medium-and-long-term solutions.” Frédéric MONCANY DE SAINT-AIGNAN, President of Cluster Maritime Français, said: “Gathering more than 430 companies, the French Maritime Cluster brings the expertise of the entire French maritime ecosystem to the “coalition for tomorrow’s energy”. Similarly, in partnership with the ADEME (French State Agency for Environment and Energy), with major maritime companies (first and foremost CMA CGM) and with all the members of the French Maritime Cluster, we are building up a “Vision for 2050 of the maritime industry ecological and energy transition”, in order to identify and create the necessary inclusive dynamics to help companies and regions in the required economic, technological and regulatory ruptures.” Jacques RIPOLL, Chief Executive Officer of Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, declared: “Global action is urgently needed to address the climate challenges our planet is facing. The transport sector and all players involved in its value chain have a key role to play to lead a technological and ecological progress. As a global leader in transport finance, from ships to trains, Crédit Agricole CIB is very proud to support the Transport Coalition and the future generations to achieve a better and cleaner future.” Jean-Pierre CLAMADIEU, Chairman of the Board of Engie, commented: “The economic recovery plans and both public and private investments they will generate will structure our economies for many years to come. It is therefore essential to seize this opportunity to accelerate the decarbonization of all industries, particularly transportation. The coalition we are launching today is proof that solutions are within reach if we work in a coordinated manner and across the entire value chain. Tomorrow, they will be an asset for our companies and for the economy as a whole.” Patrick KOLLER, Chief Executive Officer of Faurecia, added: “The objectives of the Coalition reflect our convictions through our “CO2Neutral221; project and our sustainable mobility strategy. We are particularly committed to reach carbon neutrality for our facilities by 2025 with a global program of savings and of decarbonated energy use. With strong expertise in hydrogen technology and materials, we will play our full part within the Coalition to make the energy transition for transport a reality. This will require new technological solutions, which will emerge more quickly through the creation of open ecosystems and knowledge sharing.” Florent MENEGAUX, President of the Michelin Group, stated: “The Michelin teams are committed to making mobility more sustainable and working with all relevant partners, inside and outside the Movin’On ecosystem, to create and promote new solutions. By joining the Coalition for the energy of the future, the Group is taking another step in this direction. We want to seize this opportunity to share our experience and expertise, especially in hydrogen mobility, and accelerate the energy transition in transport.” Jean-Pascal TRICOIRE, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Schneider Electric, said: “At Schneider Electric, our commitment is to be the partner of our customers in their journeys toward sustainability and become carbon positive ourselves. We are proud to be part of the Coalition for the energy of the future, contributing to the energy transition in transportation and logistics thanks to our expertise in energy and automation digital solutions.” Patrick POUYANNE, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Total, declared: “Total shares the ambition to get to net-zero emissions by 2050, together with society, for its global business across its production and energy products used by its customers. By joining the Coalition for the energy of the future alongside major partners, we intend to support and accelerate the joint development of tangible energy solutions, therefore directly contributing to the reduction of carbon intensity of the transportation and logistics sectors.” Jaakko ESKOLA, President and Chief Executive Officer of Wärtsilä, commented: “The shipping industry’s transition to cleaner, more sustainable energy use is a movement in which we at Wärtsilä continue to play a leading role. Through the development of smart technologies, research into alternative future fuels, and our holistic approach to raising efficiencies in all aspects of shipping and port operations to create a Smart Marine Ecosystem, we have shown our commitment to promoting decarbonization. We are, therefore, proud to be part of this coalition which perfectly aligns with our purpose to enable sustainable societies with smart technology.” SOURCE: Total
florenceorbis: Crédit Agricole : The long term upward trend could suffer in the short term share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 01/21/2020 | 07:48am GMT short sell Live Entry price : 12.77€ | Target : 12.15€ | Stop-loss : 13.11€ | Potential : 4.86% The breach of the resistance zone around 13.11 EUR seems hard to achieve. The most probable scenario therefore seems to be one in which a short term correction takes place for shares in Crédit Agricole. Investors should open a short trade and target the € 12.15. Crédit Agricole : Crédit Agricole : The long term upward trend could suffer in the short term Strengths The group's activity appears highly profitable thanks to its outperforming net margins. The group usually releases upbeat results with huge surprise rates. The equity is one of the most attractive in the market with regard to earnings multiple-based valuation. The company is one of the best yield companies with high dividend expectations. For the last 4 months, the company has been enjoying highly positive EPS revisions, which were frequently and significantly raised. Analysts have a positive opinion on this stock. Average consensus recommends overweighting or purchasing the stock. The tendency within the weekly time frame is positive above the technical support level at 11.13 EUR Weaknesses Stock prices approach a strong long-term resistance in weekly data at EUR 13.11. The stock is currently in contact with a medium-term resistance that must be gotten rid of so as to resume the upward trend. According to forecast, a sluggish sales growth is expected for the next fiscal years. For the past seven days, analysts have been lowering their EPS expectations for the company.
la forge: Crédit Agricole advances in achieving its medium-term objectives Credit Agricole (EU: ACA) Intraday Stock Chart Today: Thursday, January 16, 2020 More graphics from the Credit Agricole Stock Exchange PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - The partial dismantling of the Switch guarantee mechanism shows that Crédit Agricole is moving towards the objectives set in its medium-term plan, says Jefferies. The French bank announced that it would dismantle 35% of this mechanism in March, under which it transfers part of the prudential requirements applying to Crédit Agricole SA's insurance activities to the regional mutuals in exchange for remuneration. "The transaction itself is not a surprise since management has committed to dismantling half of the guarantee by 2022. However, the execution of the project on time shows that Crédit Agricole is making good progress the objectives of his plan for 2022, "comments Jefferies. Crédit Agricole SA shares gained 0.04% to 12.77 euros on Thursday morning. -Pietro Lombardi, Dow Jones Newswires (French version Valérie Venck) ed: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 16, 2020 03:58 ET (08:58 GMT)
waldron: Credit Agricole Sa: Crédit Agricole S.A. unwinds 35% of the “Switch” guarantee mechanism share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 0 01/15/2020 | 08:15pm GMT Montrouge, 15 January 2020 Crédit Agricole S.A. unwinds 35% of the “Switch” guarantee mechanism On 2 March 2020, Crédit Agricole S.A. will unwind1 35% of the “Switch” guarantee mechanism implemented between the Regional Banks and Crédit Agricole S.A, less than a year after the disclosure of its Medium Term Plan, in which it committed to unwind half of this guarantee by 2022. The “Switch” guarantee mechanism corresponds to a transfer to the Regional Banks of a share of the regulatory requirements that apply to Crédit Agricole S.A. for its insurance activities in return for a fixed remuneration. The partial unwinding of this intragroup transaction is a new step towards the simplification of the solvency structure of Crédit Agricole S.A. It strengthens the net income generation capacity of Crédit Agricole S.A., with an accretive impact on the net income Group share of 58 million euros in 2020 and roughly 70 million euros in full year. The impact of this transaction on the CET1 ratio of Crédit Agricole S.A. will be approximately -40 basis points from 31 March 2020. Crédit Agricole confirms its 11% CET1 target set out in the Medium Term Plan for Crédit Agricole S.A., a level that compares favourably with the 8.7% SREP requirement. Crédit Agricole S.A., as the central body of Crédit Agricole Group, also benefits fully from the legal internal financial solidarity mechanism. This transaction will have no impact on the results nor on the solvency ratios of Crédit Agricole Group. Crédit Agricole S.A. press contacts Charlotte de Chavagnac + 33 (0)1 57 72 11 17 Olivier Tassain + 33 (0)1 43 23 25 41 All our press releases are available at: – 1 The transaction is subject to the audit of the absence of decrease of the equity-accounted value of insurance during the second semester 2019, this will be performed in the disclosure of the 2019 financial statements.
grupo: Crédit Agricole : Resistance levels that will be difficult to break share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 11/28/2019 | 09:09am GMT short sell Live Entry price : 12.545€ | Target : 11.8€ | Stop-loss : 13€ | Potential : 5.94% After the strong price increase that has been seen over the past few weeks, it appears opportune to anticipate a correction phase for shares in Crédit Agricole, as the resistance around 12.73 EUR approaches. Investors should open a short trade and target the € 11.8. Crédit Agricole : Crédit Agricole : Resistance levels that will be difficult to break Strengths Margins returned by the company are among the highest on the stock exchange list. Its core activity clears big profits. Historically, the company has been releasing figures that are above expectations. Its low valuation, with P/E ratio at 8.67 and 9.02 for the ongoing fiscal year and 2020 respectively, makes the stock pretty attractive with regard to earnings multiples. This company will be of major interest to investors in search of a high dividend stock. For the last few months, EPS revisions have remained quite promising. Analysts now anticipate higher profitability levels than before. Analysts covering this company mostly recommend stock overweighting or purchase. The tendency within the weekly time frame is positive above the technical support level at 11 EUR Weaknesses Stock prices approach a strong long-term resistance in weekly data at EUR 13.95. The stock is currently in contact with a medium-term resistance that must be gotten rid of so as to resume the upward trend. With relatively low growth outlooks, the group is not among those with the highest revenue growth potential.
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.
casual47: While the Barrick offer appreciates in absolute terms as their shareprice goes up, if you consider that with the rising gold price so has Acacia's value then it's easy to see that in relative terms the offer is still derisory. If you consider the upside of an Acacia where all issues have been resolved then it doesn't compare with any upside Barrick shares can provide. With acacia we are talking about multiples, with Barrick it will be fractions. If Barrick are convinced the true value of Acacia is permanently destroyed then why do they want to buy us out? If Barrick are saying they can solve the issues then they should compensate us for some of the to be expected upside also, and not just what they perceive as the "damaged goods" book value (which as per Acacia's rebuttal is nonsense on stilts anyway). Still lots to fight for.
phil2003: Acacia Mining Parent Barrick Agrees Proposal With Tanzania Government. Alliance News20 February, 2019 | 2:40PMEmail Form LONDON (Alliance News) - Acacia Mining PLC said Wednesday that majority shareholder Barrick Gold Corp has tabled a proposal with the Tanzanian government over a resolution to the miner's problems in Tanzania. Shares in Acacia Mining were up 9.5% on the news at 246.44 pence each. Its majority parent Barrick Gold, which has a 64% stake in Acacia, has been engaging with the government on Acacia's behalf to try to resolve the dispute. The Toronto-listed gold miner announced Wednesday its has "arrived at a proposal" on commercial terms to resolve the dispute. Barrick will present the proposal to Acacia "in the near future". The proposal includes the creation of a local operating economy to manage Acacia's operations in the country. The framework also sets outs Acacia's economic benefits from its operations are to be split 50/50. The Tanzania government will receive its share in royalties, taxes and a 16% increase in its interest in Acacia's operations in Tanzania. Finally, the government of Tanzania is asking Acacia to pay USD300 million to resolve all outstanding tax claims. In October, three subsidiaries and one current and one former employee were charge under Tanzania's anti-money laundering laws, while a week before that another employee was also charged with corruption. Acacia has had more issues in Tanzania, getting a USD130,000 fine for breaching environmental rules after a "hazardous" seepage at the North Mara mine, though Acacia said it was unaware of a problem. Barrick has recently merged with former FTSE 100 member Randgold, and in November the Times reported the newly formed group could look to fully buy out Acacia. By Paul McGowan; Copyright 2019 Alliance News Limited. All Rights Reserved.
jswjsw: 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
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