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All Active Asset Capital Limited LSE:AAA London Ordinary Share VGG017801082 ORD NPV (DI)
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  0.25 4.46% 5.85 5,368,618 12:41:11
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5.80 5.90 5.85 5.35 5.70
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Equity Investment Instruments -0.53 -0.25 46
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17:07:38 O 400,000 5.80 GBX

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All Active Asset Capital Daily Update: All Active Asset Capital Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAA. The last closing price for All Active Asset Capital was 5.60p.
All Active Asset Capital Limited has a 4 week average price of 3p and a 12 week average price of 1.68p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.17p.
There are currently 781,044,406 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,668,811 shares. The market capitalisation of All Active Asset Capital Limited is £45,691,097.75.
anonbeliever: I doubt holders of MESH think they are quids in when it is impossible for them to sell their stock and take their paper gains. Holders of ASLR are now in a similar position. AAA's "investment" in warrants and shares of ASLR in return for issuing its own shares to the sellers is dubious. The intervention of 192.pte with proposed terms for a placing looks like delaying tactics as the EGM was due on 30/04. The ultimate target of each of these companies (MESH, ASLR and indirectly AAA) is a stake in Sentiance NV. How Sentiance could ever support the the market caps of these investee companies completely escapes me. Let's also remember that ASLR has yet to purchase one share in Sentiance - all the announcements are of potential acquisitions and potential fund raises. An awful lot of challenges which MESH and the previous version of this, Monchhichi (remember that one?) failed to meet. There is literally no support for the share price of AAA rising like this. Watch out for the big sells before the wheels come off ASLR.
euclid5: Thanks for the web link andrbea - if this is a $60B project - wonder what AAA share is - even at 1% - $600m
rambutan2: teach me to make assumptions about done deals! had guessed something must be up - the share price was shouting it.
bucho: 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.
arf dysg: 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.
rambutan2: and a bit more on it. i might be tempted by a 1:1! From Creamer's Mining Weekly News Today Hostile bid 'severely undervalues us' - Adastra ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exploration firm Adastra has claimed that First Quantum's hostile bid for it has severely undervalued the firm and that the share ratio should not be 1:17,5, but rather 1:1. CEO Tim Read on Wednesday claimed that the firm would be contributing 45% of recoverable copper-equivalent resources and on an all-equal basis; its contribution to the combined group would be 55% by 2009. Read was addressing delegates at the 2006 Mining Indaba in Cape Town where global miners are assembled to attend the three-day conference. At First Quantum's stand in the exhibition area, all executives remained tight-lipped about Adastra's presentation and would not comment. This was despite Read's quips that the executives should occupy the front row to "have a clear view of the numbers I am putting up". He said that Adastra would be contributing 21% of copper-equivalent production by 2009, not the seven per cent First Quantum claims. In a month, Adastra is due to release its definitive feasibility study into the Kolwezi tailings project, the jewel in its crown and the reason that First Quantum aims to take over the firm. The study will indicate that 97% or resources can be converted into reserves, argues Read. He also pointed out that firms with projects at this stage saw their share price increase by 98% in a short period of time and that the average premium paid for such shares was 50%, not the six per cent premium offered. Some 51% of the firm's shareholders, which include Merrill Lynch and its founder, have indicated that they will not be supporting the bid. First Quantum's hostile takeover bid was first announced by the firm on January 18, at which point it offered $2,23 a share. This, it said in a statement, was a premium of about 24% at the time. Chairperson Philip Pascal had previously indicated that the offer, which was announced formally on February 2, was at a fair price and offered value to Adastra shareholders. The project, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has resources of 112-million tons and is expected to benefit the impoverished community, which has a 90% unemployment rate. Finance has been received from the Royal Bank of Scotland to the tune of $75-million, while South Africa's Industrial Development Corporation and Investec have committed $120-million to the project. Already Murray & Roberts Cementation and GRD Minproc have completed the plant design and the firm has indicated it will be making use of a hydraulic mining method. Total capital expenditure is expected to come in at $350-million. Throughput is at 2,3-million tons a year and the mine will produce 33 t to 200 t a year of copper and 5 900 t a year of cobalt. Negotiations are under way to pre sell 50% of the cobalt. South Africa's Industrial Development Corporation and the World Bank's International Finance Corporation will hold equity in the project, leaving Adastra with a majority holding. It is due to start the due-diligence work after the release of the feasibility study.
rambutan2: arf, as i see it, trouble is that still over 2yrs (excluding any other delays, which as we know are quite possible) before aaa get it into production. that's a long time to wait. perhaps too long. if it was starting up in 2007 i think that everyone would be prepared to sit tight - aaa must be very much regretting the time they wasted on the alternative flow plan - but 2yrs? meanwhile they can get into fqm which is still a growth stock and will participate fully in any copper squeezes, is a liquid stock, has an excellent management with a record of delivering and is itself a potential takeover candidate. hmmm. on the other hand, is the 2 year wait worth it on a long term view? once into production what multiple of current share price might we expect. rather depends on situation with cobalt mkt i spose and how aaa management can play their potentially price making role in it. also, i wonder what copper might still be in the ground? kipushi is small scale, fqm don't even put any value on it, and pretty unlikely ever to be a company maker, but could still be a nice rev source for an independent aaa. and the legal sit with the diamonds hasn't even got a mention, although remember that when i last heard i was told that a top stateside no win no fee lawyer was on the job. very long odds, but potential huge payback - what a bummer if fqm were to benefit from the payback. hmmm.
limor: Having read the above article,and being a substanial shareholder,I have come to the conlusion what does he know about Adastra !The share price is indicating that a higher price will forthcome.I believe this is my opinion that the present pathetic offer at present from FQM is to flush out the serious other party,whom I believe will surface in the near future.Time will tell,but there is no way I am selling out at these levels !
rambutan2: fqm approach perhaps not such a surprise! rambutan2 - 23 Oct'05 - 00:34 - 151 of 214 edit wonder if they're still interested - it would cost them less than that to buy it on the stock mkt now! 33. Such high levels of mineral exploitation would be impossible without the collusion of highly placed government officials who provide mining licences and export permits in return for private gain. The Panel has compiled extensive documentation of such facilitations. For example, in its attempts to buy rights to the Kolwezi Tailings, First Quantum Minerals (FQM) of Canada offered a down payment to the State of $100 million, cash payments and shares held in trust for Government officials. According to documents in the possession of the Panel, the payments list included the National Security Minister, Mwenze Kongolo; the Director of the National Intelligence Agency, Didier Kazadi Nyembwe; the Director General of Gécamines, Yumba Monga; and the former Minister of the Presidency, Pierre-Victor Mpoyo. The FQM share offer to those officials was premised on a sharp rise in its share price once it was announced that it had secured some of the most valuable mineral concessions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. rambutan2 - 24 Oct'05 - 10:39 - 155 of 214 edit well i think that these two sentences from my post 151 bear repeating: "For example, in its attempts to buy rights to the Kolwezi Tailings, First Quantum Minerals (FQM) of Canada offered a down payment to the State of $100 million, cash payments and shares held in trust for Government officials. ...The FQM share offer to those officials was premised on a sharp rise in its share price once it was announced that it had secured some of the most valuable mineral concessions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo." aaa current mkt cap is just US$75m!!!!! despite having got a long way down the road to production, having the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa and World Bank on board as substantial shareholders (10% and 7.5% stakes), having strong backing from national govt, local people and environmental lobby groups - in other words all the riskier bits (see header) as the metal is basically just sitting there on top of the ground waiting to produce a lovely income stream for decades.
arf dysg: jonwig, OK, if they're newly-issued shares, that would only have a point if not everybody can do it. Presumably that would be the case as the hostile bidder would have a large chunk of the company, and it's everybody else who can get newly-issued shares. Hopefully it would be a sizeable fraction, such as the option to double your existing shareholding. As I keep saying to myself, you can't predict the stock market. I held these shares for many months last year and this year, then sold for reasons not connected with Adastra. I leaped back on board recently (which I had been very keen to do for a long while), as it looked like this bandwagon was starting to roll. The share price seemed to be drifting in the last few days, so I was expecting that to continue. So, just as I had given up expecting a share-price rise, it went up... BOOM! This morning's spectacular 11p rise. I observe yet again the lack of any relationship between expectations and actual stock-market behaviour.
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