Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Afritin Mining. LSE:ATM London Ordinary Share GG00BD95V148 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.05p +1.56% 3.25p 3.10p 3.40p 3.25p 3.20p 3.20p 35,306 08:12:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.5 -0.8 - 16.89

Afritin Mining. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/10/2018
09:34
Some nosey buyers.
a2584728
09/10/2018
09:03
Still well under the radar. Great deal done just no coverage anywhere
a2584728
02/10/2018
08:05
Another asset added to a very under valued company.
a2584728
25/9/2018
16:02
Nice rise. Start of a run up to 6p I suspect. Pause and then off to 10p
a2584728
23/8/2018
07:16
Looking to start accumulating here bid if it came would be 6p imho. If business carries on as is we should get there anyway
a2584728
09/7/2018
12:44
Afritin has take over the (ATM) code now, I will start a thread when I get time, unless someone beats me to it. Plenty of tin coming up, one to accumulate imho
ny boy
14/7/2005
22:34
wHAT A SAD FLOP?
chapel100
25/5/2005
09:27
if talks were off they would have to announce immediately - been 2 months since enteres which suggests bidders going through the books to finalise the level they want to pay...ATM will want to wait for all bidders to do due dilligence and get all offers in before accepting the winner. These things can take several months. If it takes 3 months to go through the process of buying a house, why should spending £70m take any quicker?!! Unless there is a major problem (recent trading suggests the opposite) then paitence will be rewarded, probably within the next few weeks....and withe the shares now at 36p, pushed down by people getting bored, the risk/reward looks better and better for more nibbling!
melville28
19/5/2005
09:36
Sorry chaps - I sold out recently. The only reason for keeping hold of the shares is the bid speculation/approach, but this has been dragging on for many months now and it's taking far, far too long. I was starting to feel very uncomfortable about the outcome so I've decided to quit in case we see the share price half ... Good luck to all the rest of you. Bye.
nilip
12/5/2005
08:15
RNS Number:1780M Moneybox PLC 12 May 2005 AGM Trading Statement In our preliminary results announcement on 17 March, we expressed our confidence that UK ATM transaction volumes would start to show an improvement as the unprecedented press criticism of charging ATMs died down and our engineering work to upgrade our ATM estate to meet 'Chip and Pin' and revised encryption standards was completed. I am pleased to report that this confidence is being borne out with a good recovery in our daily transaction rate experienced in April compared to those levels achieved over recent months. We continue to focus our UK ATM efforts on securing new profitable sites, actively managing our ATM estate to re-deploy under-performing sites and reducing the overall cost of service provision. Our European businesses continue to show good growth and progress. Exciting opportunities exist in our cashless payments and access control business and our new product, Myriad, is continuing to set a competitive standard in this developing and growing market. The group profit before tax for the 4 months ended 30 April 2005 is in line with our expectations. We announced on 31 March that we had received preliminary approaches, which may or may not lead to an offer for the issued and to be issued share capital of the company. This situation remains unchanged and a further announcement will be made when appropriate. Shareholders will be kept informed of any relevant developments and in the meantime should await further advice from the Board. The business is being run to create increasing sustainable shareholder value and for this we appreciate and value the hard work, diligence and efforts of all of our staff. Our focused efforts can only bode well for the future.
jailbird
11/5/2005
01:58
Anyone have any update on the so calle "Bid" talks as it has been around six weeks since any statement. Doesn't look promising
handsome
12/4/2005
13:20
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shirishg
07/4/2005
20:48
does anyone think that 46-47p really represents shareholder value?, to me it does not. at this price Cardpoint would get MB on the cheap imho. Surly Moneybox has a good future?
chalkie100
07/4/2005
17:57
Maybe someone can explain to me - Moneybox In bid Talks? price no real change - and in appears large selling orders going thru............ Thought it would be the otherway round? ANyone have an update whats happening?
handsome
01/4/2005
19:43
Looks like a bidding war is breaking out. cardpoint opening salvo seems to be pitched around 46p if press are to be believed. Comment over weekend maybe following todays rise, especially the late rise and the RNS's reporting possible positions being taken.
santorini
01/4/2005
15:17
THE INDEPENDENT : Cardpoint mulls Moneybox merger By Julia Kollewe, Banking Correspondent 01 April 2005 The cash machine company Cardpoint has emerged as a possible suitor for its smaller rival Moneybox, which said yesterday that it had received a number of takeover approaches. Moneybox shares rose 2.75p to 37.75p, giving the group a market value of £75m. It is thought that Cardpoint has approached Moneybox to defend itself against a potential takeover bid from US rival Cardtronics, which together with TRM dominates the American cash machine market. A big private-equity firm is thought to be interested in acquiring Cardpoint together with Moneybox. Moneybox's announcement came 24 hours after a parliamentary committee lambasted the industry for raking in £140m a year from consumers who want to access their own cash. TRM has built a stake of about 10 per cent in Moneybox and is believed to have been behind an abortive takeover approach last October, along with some of Moneybox's UK rivals. An insider said it was likely that the main players in the industry would want to look at Moneybox, hoping to achieve "economies of scale" in an increasingly competitive market, though it could also attract financial buyers. Cardpoint, with about 2,800 machines, has by far the biggest share of the charging cash machine market, accounting for about a third of transactions. Moneybox is second with 17 per cent of the market; followed by Hanco, which has been acquired by Royal Bank of Scotland, with 13 per cent, TRM with 12 per cent and Bank Machine with 8 per cent. The talks between Moneybox and potential bidders look to be a precursor to more consolidation in the industry.
nilip
01/4/2005
01:28
92M equates to around 50p I would think - surrised it didn't move more today - GMG shot up 25% on similar takoever rumour, although it did drop bkac a bit later
advaita
31/3/2005
18:43
£92m anyone know what hat equates to per share?
chalkie100
31/3/2005
12:54
I find it highly unlikely that Cardpoint will make a cash bid. Do they have a spare £92m?
dvda
31/3/2005
12:40
Daily mail today suggests cardpoint are lining up a 92m cash bid.Appears the mail were in the know.
partner
31/3/2005
10:45
Possible bid offer and punters are selling ???? What's that all about!
innovation99
31/3/2005
09:29
bid over 50p
alia
19/3/2005
09:20
Fill ya boots with this one, excellent company with excellent prospects. Pubs open 24/7 Banks (through the back door either geting rid or buying charging for withdrawls) eventuly we will have to acept having to pay for the convience, just alike abroad. IMHO consolidation in this sector will give in the medium term excellent returns. I see this like a small dot.com bubble but with the difference that this sector actualy makes and deals with cash. As I said fill ya bootsand ggod luck all ya wise people who are already holders or considering.
chalkie100
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