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All Active Asset Capital Limited LSE:AAA London Ordinary Share VGG017801082 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 53.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.5 -0.3 - 537

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14/8/2006
09:22
AIM 14 August 2006 NOTICE (532) 14/08/2006 7:00am CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION OF SECURITIES TO TRADING ON AIM ADASTRA MINERALS INC Trading on AIM for the under-mentioned securities have been cancelled from 14/08/2006 7:00am pursuant to AIM Rule 41. Common Shares of No Par Value (3-362-020)(CA0065151007) fully paid If you have any queries relating to the above, please contact AIM Regulation at the London Stock Exchange on 020 7797 4154 Ref: AIMNOT532
rambutan2
27/4/2006
10:36
Arf Dysg Although I do not hold AAA I am a long term holder of MWA (formerly AFG). I believe things are going to get real interesting there. It may be worth putting the latter on your watchlist.
plunge
27/4/2006
10:26
Plunge, what an interesting story. Absolutely fascinating. It brought a smile to my face. Thanks. I must admit, I've been holding my breath to know whether or not the takeover goes ahead. Public statements by Mwana could well imply that they have been (formally or informally) in touch with Adastra shareholders.
arf dysg
26/4/2006
22:31
teach me to make assumptions about done deals! had guessed something must be up - the share price was shouting it.
rambutan2
26/4/2006
21:31
Investors in this stock should read the following: http://www.minesite.com/storyFull5.php?storySeq=3472 It does intimate that the First Quantum takeover may not materialise. Interesting times ahead.
plunge
19/4/2006
16:21
Expletives fail me. I'm going to have to blaspheme.
arf dysg
19/4/2006
10:02
Holy Cow! The chart's gone ballistic! (not that I'm displeased or anything...) What interests me in the RNS item discussing the agreed takeover was the statement to the effect that First Quantum reserves the right to match any other offer which comes along. I take this to mean that it's a distinct possibility.
arf dysg
12/4/2006
18:07
Thank you, Bucho.
arf dysg
12/4/2006
17:57
"The (latest) offer is expected to expire 10 calendar days" after the mailing. So, it is expected to expire on 28 April.
bucho
12/4/2006
17:34
I can't see a time limit on the current offer. The previous offer (extended) has a limit of 18th April. If this still holds, that's only six days to decide. Taking into account the easter weekend and the need to tender any shares with a day or two's safety margin to give one's broker a chance to get the finger out, that probably means one has to decide tomorrow at the latest. Anyone know what the time limit is on the current offer? Why would the management accept the current offer? Does this imply anything about the preferences of large shareholders?
arf dysg
12/4/2006
15:13
Wow! Strewth cripes! Holy cow! If this is going to keep happening, it's buy buy BUY in the morning in the U.K. on any good news, knowing the price will go up a few hours later. Here's to the next takeover offer.
arf dysg
12/4/2006
12:19
The discount is due to the risk that the deal will not be completed and the risk that the FQM share price will fall. However, should another bidder enter, then we will see a premium to the current offer by FQM.
bucho
12/4/2006
10:13
A bit less, FQM's dropped this morning so 0.057 FQM + C$0.475 is about 160.5. I don't understand how the mechanics of choosing cash/shares works in sufficient detail though. Perhaps if you bought now it'll work out too late to opt for shares and you'll be lumbered with $2.92 cash - worth less than the 150p offer? Enough uncertainty though to mean no arbitrage from me. I'll be leaving the potential 10p/share on the table for others to pick up or leave as they see fit.
rapier686
12/4/2006
10:07
that's it! FIRST QUANTUM AND ADASTRA ANNOUNCE AN AGREED TRANSACTION SHAREHOLDERS MAY ELECT TO RECEIVE FIRST QUANTUM SHARES VALUED AT $3.40 OR $2.92 PER SHARE IN CASH
rambutan2
12/4/2006
10:05
Why's the price so low? If the new offer implies 3.33 CAD, surely that's 1.66 GBP?
arf dysg
10/4/2006
12:32
i think they two spamming posts - they've been bogging up many threads recently.
rambutan2
10/4/2006
11:58
What's going on with this thread? Post 284 is missing. Post 276 is also absent. I can't even see the usual "name ... date ... time ... 276 of 284" which I ought to be able to see.
arf dysg
08/4/2006
12:56
looks like the blokes over at www.fairshare.biz got it right again as usual, how do they do it
nockybalboa
03/4/2006
16:08
jakes114, Well, how right you are. They accepted the bid by a massive ratio of 30.1% to .. er ... 69.9%.. so, um... I guess they rejected it then. BUT AS YOU SAID, the price has dropped 15% ... er.. Oh, no, actually it's going up. I'm now an even happier wally as the Adastra share price continues upwards. So glad I bought, how good it is to be a capitalist, etc.
arf dysg
31/3/2006
15:08
So am I as I am in FQM, up again Hurrah!
jakes114
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