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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% 34.40 34.20 35.40 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.5 -0.3 - 335

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08/10/2013
21:13
Thanks for the web link andrbea - if this is a $60B project - wonder what AAA share is - even at 1% - $600m
euclid5
08/10/2013
18:13
Hi cyberbub - once they pay this out they will still have change - very overvalued considering we don't know the value of their stake & if they have to invest in the capex - somehow don't think they do as they have just taken a stake in APU The consideration of acquisition is to be satisfied by US$1.25 million in cash on completion of the Acquisition.
euclid5
08/10/2013
17:58
Dawei gas power plant to be completed by 2016 hxxp://elevenmyanmar.com/national/3137-dawei-gas-power-plant-to-be-completed-by-2016 A natural gas-powered electric plant to be built by the Dawei Power and Utility Co, Ltd (DPU) will be completed in January 2016, according to officials. The power plant will be built in Yayphyu Township, Taninthayi Region and will generate 500 MW according to Win Swe, the regional minister for electric power. The minister said that the project would start construction after an environmental and social impact assessment had been conducted at the end of 2013. The construction period had been divided into three phases. Local people from Taninthayi Region are now paying for power at about K 500 per unit as the national grid is not accessible to the public. The construction period for the first 180-MW power plant will be from January 2014 to January 2015 as the first phase of the project. Another 180-MW plant will be built between July 2014 to July 2015 in the second phase and the last 160-MW plant from December 2015 to December 2016.
euclid5
08/10/2013
17:50
shame they never mentioned the potential value of the power plant - 500 MW
euclid5
08/10/2013
17:39
Can anyone clarify why the company has rocketed to a market cap of £50M when it only has cash of around £3M? The investment looks interesting but they can't magic cash out of nothing?
cyberbub
08/10/2013
15:22
so AAA have a stake in a proposed power plant that will ultimately serve an area that's about to be the scene of a USD 60 BILLION mega project!! What a great strategic investment, well done those directors!
andrbea
08/10/2013
15:15
epic FITB serious riser take a look dont miss another flyer !
iloveit
08/10/2013
15:13
Sept 30 2013 Dawei is where the action is: Japan joined a meeting between Thailand and Burma to discuss how to kick-start the Dawei $60 billion mega project in southern Burma. It was the first time the three countries had met to discuss Japan's role as a potential investor in the massive Dawei project that includes, a deep-sea port, replace hxxp with http in the link below: hxxp://karennews.org/2013/09/japan-shows-interest-in-dawei-mega-project.html
andrbea
08/10/2013
15:09
All the action (Japanese investment) is targeted at Dawei Port So there is a future need for energy there http://www.economist.com/news/asia/21582554-planned-thai-mega-project-myanmar-runs-difficulty-build-it-and-they-might-come The rns today mentions Dawei: APU has signed an Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") with the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar to act as an electricity and utility provider of Dawei (the capital city of the Tanintharyi Region in Myanmar) and its surrounding cities.
andrbea
14/8/2006
08:22
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
09:36
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
09:26
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
21:31
teach me to make assumptions about done deals! had guessed something must be up - the share price was shouting it.
rambutan2
26/4/2006
20:31
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
15:21
Expletives fail me. I'm going to have to blaspheme.
arf dysg
19/4/2006
09:02
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
17:07
Thank you, Bucho.
arf dysg
12/4/2006
16:57
"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
16:34
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
14:13
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
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