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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
  -0.10 -3.33% 2.90 2.80 3.00 2.90 2.90 2.90 3,056,694 08:00:13
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
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
31/3/2006
10:38
I'm a happy wally!
arf dysg
31/3/2006
10:18
well im sure that's not the last time i will be called a wallie!
rambutan2
31/3/2006
10:15
If they dont accept First Quantum's valuable bid I see the price dropping at least 15% What a load of wallies IMHO
jakes114
30/3/2006
18:03
AAA is also traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange and, yesterday, there was a huge single trade of 3.55 million shares (over 4.5% of the shares in issue!). It didn't even seem to affect the bid or offer.
bucho
30/3/2006
15:17
Have you seen the volume? 490,000 shares traded... looks like a broker-to-broker trade. Is it a sign of something about to happen?
arf dysg
30/3/2006
13:48
Good profit reading http://www.hitthenews.mac-fan.com
corbacho
30/3/2006
13:47
My predictions are: 1) that FQM's bid at 1 for 14.76 will fail on 31 March. FQM will not achieve 50.1% of AAA. 2) however, they will get enough acceptances to encourage them to pay more to get up to 50.1%. 3) on 31 March, FQM will extend their bid deadline. 4) FQM will increase their bid to 1 FQM share for every 12 AAA shares (but perhaps after 31 March). Bucho
bucho
29/3/2006
23:52
well, perhaps the fqm bid was the perfect incentive for management (and all other related parties) to get things rolling at the double!
rambutan2
29/3/2006
17:23
RNS item - site works to commence. Actual building work at Kolwezi. Hooray! This is the best answer to FQM - we're just getting on and doing it without any "help" from anyone else. This is real progress.
arf dysg
24/3/2006
10:29
rejects final fqm offer, and gets 20% more out of the japs - "imputes a value of Cdn.$3.01 per fully diluted Adastra share." http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200603240812023319A
rambutan2
20/3/2006
15:14
Offer of 2.65 Canadian Dollars = 2.65/2.047 = 1.295 Pounds Sterling. It must be very annoying for the board of directors that rejecting the previous offer cost them 2.5 million dollars and now we have another. Net present value 3.93 Canadian Dollars (DFS) = 3.93/2.047 = 1.92 Pounds Sterling. Perhaps that's what FQM really meant to offer. Maybe they'll update the offer in a day or two saying, "Sorry, chaps, here's the REAL offer."
arf dysg
20/3/2006
14:38
Increased bid from First Quantum!!! This party is really getting going.
arf dysg
15/3/2006
03:46
lest we forget the zinc angle... From Creamer Media's Mining Weekly News Today Kipushi prospect keeps SA miner's Congo interst alive South African diversified mining group Kumba Resources remains very interested in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), despite years of disappoint-ment owing to the continuing travails of that country. But today the company's focus in the DRC is on one asset in particular – the Kipushi zinc/copper mine. "There is a shortage of zinc-concentrate feedstock to zinc refineries worldwide," Kumba CEO Dr Con Fauconnier recently pointed out to journalists in Johannesburg. The zinc price soared throughout 2005, ending the year at $1 900/t – in mid-2004 it was about $900/t. "Kipushi is one of the few zinc-mining opportunities in the world today," he added. The Kipushi mine is located in the far south of the DRC, some 30 km south-west of Lubumbashi and adjacent to the border with Zambia. Kipushi produced both zinc and copper from 1925 to 1993; production then ceased owing to a lack of foreign exchange to maintain oper-ations, and the mine was placed on a care-and-maintenance basis. Kipushi is described as a world-class deposit with measured and indicated resources of 16,9-million tons, with an average grade of 16,7% zinc and 2,2% copper. This resource is open-ended along strike and also downdip. "It's an attractive project – Kipushi would be about the same size as Rosh Pinah, producing some 120 000 t/y of zinc concentrate," explains Fau-connier. (Rosh Pinah is Kumba's zinc/lead- mine in Namibia.) Kumba is approaching Kipushi through a joint venture (JV) with Canada's Adastra Minerals. The rights to Kipushi are owned by DRC State-owned mining group La Générale des Carrièrres et des Mines (Gécamines), and Adastra originally signed a framework agreement with the Congolese company to develop a rehabilitation programme for Kipushi in 1996, extending this agreement in 1998. In 2000, Adastra – with the approval of Gécamines – entered into an option agreement concerning Kipushi with Kumba (technically, with Kumba's wholly-owned subsidiary, Zincor) and in 2002 this became a JV agreement. The JV was renewed last September. To date, Adastra has spent some $3,5-million on identifying commercially-viable rehabilitation options for Kipushi. Kumba has reportedly invested $3,5-million in the JV, which will be used to fund the bankable feasibility study. Should the project go ahead, by DRC law Gécamines must also have a shareholding in the mine. Fauconnier expects that Kumba and Adastra will each have a stake of "near 50%" in Kipushi, with the rest going to Gécamines. Complicating matters is the current hostile takeover bid for Adastra launched by First Quantum Minerals. At the time of closing for press, Adastra's board had recommended that the company's shareholders reject the First Quantum offer. According to an Adastra news release of February 17, "Adastra's largest shareholder . . ., its largest noninstitutional shareholder . . ., and other major shareholders, which in aggregate hold more than 50% of Adastra's issued share capital ... support the board in rejecting the First Quantum offer". But the issue is not yet played out; First Quantum's offer closes at 17:00, Toronto time, on March 10 (assuming it is not extended). Kipushi is only one of Adastra's projects in the DRC – in fact, it regards a copper-tailings project at Kolwezi as its main asset. It looks as if these other assets are what First Quantum is after: it describes itself as focused on copper, cobalt and gold. Should the company succeed in its takeover bid, its attitude towards Kipushi is not clear – it is conceivable it could seek to sell its share in the zinc project. Kumba, for the next week or so, just has to wait and see. "We have no pre-emptive rights on Adastra's share of Kipushi," said Fauconnier. "Our interest is in Kipushi," he stressed. Whatever happens, Kumba is in an advantageous position because of the offtake opportunties it provides to the project: the South African group is Africa's largest producer of refined zinc. Its Zincor subsidiary operates a 115 000 t/y-capacity electrolytic zinc plant at Springs, east of Johan-nesburg. (Actual zinc production for last year was 102 000 t, owing to the poor quality of the concentrate supplied to the Springs facility.) Kumba also owns a share in the Chifeng zinc smelter, in China. Should the future splitting of Kumba into two companies – Kumba Iron Ore and 'NewCo' – go ahead as planned later this year, the Kipushi project would be assigned to NewCo, along with the Kumba group's other zinc operations and interests.
rambutan2
13/3/2006
16:58
This is a must read: http://www.overthecounterbulletinboard.info
delta111
13/3/2006
16:57
no, jarvis - although wouldn't necessarily recommend them.
rambutan2
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