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ACG Acg Acquisition Company Limited

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07 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Acg Acquisition Company Limited LSE:ACG London Ordinary Share VGG0056A1030 CLS A ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 9.85 0.00 08:00:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.50 10.20
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Finance Services -2.73M -0.1746 -56.41 153.91M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 9.85 USD

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Posted at 17/7/2023 14:32 by block4gooner
Re IPO ends tomorrow on primary bid minimum £500 with no set price
Posted at 06/7/2023 10:57 by strollingmolby
ACG hereby announces that the Brazilian antitrust authority (Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica or "CADE") has approved unconditionally the Acquisition. The approval, which is one of the conditions to closing the Acquisition, was published on 5 July 2023 in the Brazilian Gazette and will be followed by a 15-day waiting period, after which the parties are free to close the Acquisition from an antitrust perspective.
Posted at 05/7/2023 22:03 by strollingmolby
ACG is a company with a vision to consolidate the critical metals industry. Through a series of roll-up acquisitions, ACG intends to become a premier supplier of critical metals to the western OEM supply chain, with best-in-class ESG and carbon footprint characteristics.

Global consumption of metals (including copper, nickel, lithium, cobalt, rare earths and others), is characterized by a growing imbalance between supply and demand, leading many to predict a new supercycle in commodities. Supply is constrained because of multi-year lead times required to bring a mine into production, combined with reduced levels of investment in new mines globally over the past decade. It is further constrained by the urgent need amongst western consumer countries and industries to diversify supply away from Russian and Chinese sources and realise greater resource security.

The global energy transition is expected to increase long-term consumption of new economy metals – these are crucial ingredients in clean-energy transport technologies, as well as in wind, solar and nuclear power. Additional demand drivers for metals as a whole include the global revival of commerce post-pandemic; global infrastructure spending initiatives; and significant new increases in defence-industry spending.

The mining universe in new economy metals is geographically-diversified, and many target assets are privately-held and with relatively limited funding options, especially in an environment of tightening financial conditions. ACG’s team has an outstanding global network in the mining industry that will enable it to quickly identify a significant number of potential acquisition targets, both in its first deal and beyond.

ACG is well-suited to provide targets with funding and development opportunities, the benefit of ACG management’s strategic and operational expertise, and the application of rigorous ESG standards in management.
Posted at 01/4/2010 11:53 by 2lb
Accuma enters administration

Manchester consumer debt outfit Accuma Group has been placed into administration. A team including Zeus Group and former chief executive Charles Howson took the former AIM-listed company private under acquisition vehicle HH Bidco earlier this year. The offer was made late last year at 15.5p per share, or 88 per cent higher than the closing price on 1 December 2009. John Titley and Andrew Poxon of insolvency firm Leonard Curtis were appointed as joint administrators on 23 March. At the time of the deal, Zeus Capital's Alex Clarkson told Insider there was an opportunity to grow the business over the long term, which would take several years to unfold. No one from Leonard Curtis or Zeus was available for comment when contacted by Insider this morning.
Posted at 14/12/2009 12:45 by battlebus
Market makers making their last profits on ACG. You sell for 15.25 they pocket 15.5.
Posted at 26/11/2009 21:29 by markktm
Just popped back for a quick look in on ACG............

Non to surprised to see this is as dire as ever..... still no comms & so, as I predicted, they continue to burn away their cash pile.

I think your chances of seeing your 20p target are as as dead!

Dire performance at a time when IVA & DMP volumes are going up!!! Good management (not!)

G/L all those still hanging in there!
Posted at 17/11/2009 23:38 by ideal420
I really thought acg was in a good business, cash, plenty of customers, risk on the barriers to entry side but still positive. Warren Buffett I am not, after 20 months have dumped 20k for 25% loss.

I got shafted on OPD IMP management madness, deals started at 190p and eventually sold company for, IIRC, 50p. IBG management shadyness to TMN to .....

Healthy portion of sour grapes.

The day job is calling.

Maybe Santa will bring something nice. Good luck to you all!
Posted at 10/11/2009 22:53 by battlebus
lol Orlando like all believers a little faith is required to see you through when times are a little tough. ACG may be down but not out!
Posted at 11/10/2009 20:38 by battlebus
LOL Orlando99 are you still haunting the ACG board. Holding tight to the last plank of wood as the ship goes down! who will rescue me you know who Orlando. Think your due another Florida holiday it's been ten years heading myself for a christmas newyear break hopefully by then ACG will be a different company.
Posted at 15/8/2009 11:13 by moreforus
ok puggley cleardebt.....posted this over there...however...imho dyor etc etc

chart looks very similar to the ACG chart a few days ago - prior to take off...

i think clea looks very cheap - i've said it until i'm blue in the face - someone could take this out and get a cash cow.

current market price is 1.75 mid
there are 304 million shares in issue
2010 profits are predicted to be (could of course be better, could be worse but the market seems to be moving in clea's favour) anywhere between 1 and 3 million
1 million at 1.75 mid EPS 0.33p = p/e ratio 5.32
2 million at 1.75 mid EPS 0.6p = p/e ratio 2.66
3 million at 1.75 mid EPS 0.99p = p/e ratio 1.77

if we say fair price is a p/e of 10...
if we make 1 million a p/e of 9.88 is mid price of 3.25p
if we make 2 million a p/e of 9.88 is mid price of 6.5p
if we make 3 million a p/e of 9.88 is mid price of 9.75p

given you can buy clea at 2p cob friday and there is now sector consolidation i wouldnt want anything less than 10p from a suitor...

imho dyor (-;
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