Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo African Agriculture Plc LSE:AAAP London Ordinary Share GB00BKBS0353 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30 -8.96% 3.05 58,246 10:04:36
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.70 3.40 3.35 3.05 3.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 1.40 -0.58 -2.66 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:42:35 O 6,218 2.735 GBX

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Anglo African Agriculture Daily Update: Anglo African Agriculture Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAAP. The last closing price for Anglo African Agriculture was 3.35p.
Anglo African Agriculture Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.05p and a 12 week average price of 3.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.05p.
There are currently 19,399,198 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 24,671 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo African Agriculture Plc is £591,675.54.
edcrane: Should give a boost to to sentiment towards AAAP and its Comarco deal as everything required to build this project has to come in via the sea Japan Inc. to invest $14bn in LNG development in Africa Government and businesses team up for Mozambique project An illustrated image of the LNG project in Mozambique in which Mitsui & Co. and other partners will invest $14 billion. (Photo: courtesy of Anadarko Petroleum) © Anadarko Petroleum Nikkei staff writers July 2, 2020 18:07 JST TOKYO -- The Japanese government and business sector will join hands on a joint financing deal totaling 1.5 trillion yen ($14.4 billion) for the development of liquefied natural gas in the African country of Mozambique, Nikkei has learned. Under the deal, a syndicate of lenders including the Japan Bank for International Cooperation and the nation's top-three private sector banks will provide the loans, while Nippon Export and Investment Insurance will handle default risk. The consortium believes that the deal presents an opportunity to secure stable production of LNG over the long term and diversify sources for Japan's LNG supply. The arrangement calls for JBIC to lend $3 billion, while the remaining amount will be shared among the African Development Bank and Japanese private-sector banks, including MUFG Bank, Mizuho Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking and Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank. Loans provided by the private banks will be insured by NEXI, a Japanese government-affiliated insurer. The deal is expected to be one of the largest ever overseas investments in Africa. Japanese general trader Mitsui & Co. and Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp., or Jogmec, will invest a 20% share in the gas field to be developed in Mozambique. Plans are for the gas field to start producing 12 million tons of LNG in 2024, of which about 30% will be supplied to Jera, a joint venture equally owned by Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings and Chubu Electric Power, as well as to Tokyo Gas and Tohoku Electric Power. As deposits in the field are estimated to total over 10 times Japan's annual LNG imports, the companies expect it to produce a stable supply of the resource over many years. hxxps://
pr100: So the reverse takeover of Camarco didn't go through due to lack of investor appetite in adverse market conditions - plus distrust of the pied piper. A restructured agreement whereby investors buy directly into Camarco instead of giving Lenigas more cash to waste is being investigated but the deadline is only 5 days away and the markets are obviously worse now. So it looks like yet another Lenigas busted flush. Meanwhile, perpetually loss-making AAAP hasn't raised any cash since October 30 when they reported only £5k left in the bank. What are they surviving on? Are they diverting some of the cash raised for the Camarco loan into their own account? Or are they just insolvent and saying nowt? Where's @dianecarberry - she used to try to save your skin but must have got bored with the rampers. Whatever nonsense AAAP spouts in the next week, don't swallow it. This outfit is dead in the water.
verulamium: According to Twitter, it's Mike Joseph @benchpressmike Star of The Bench Press King Sky Programme, 10x British, Euro & World Champion, holder of numerous World Records. Successful Entrepreneur & investor So at least if there's any sign of current AAAP investors losing out from the deal, we've got muscle on our side!
soultrading: Anyone think it might finally be time for some price action here.
bckttsim: Here is a company actually saying no reason for the fall in a share price ...... what a refreshing change.Buy people Buy
dianecarberry: On the day the above placing was announced to the market the share price fell to 0.7p which was bang on the announced placing price. When the next placing is announced at circa 0.35p the shares will fall to 0.35p ish. Do you not understand this ? You are missing the point entirely. Nobody is buying AAAP now as they know in the near future they will be able to buy much cheaper. This is the point I am making but you don't seem to grasp.
start small: Nutter and you need to check your facts. Check out the share price on the day the last placing was issued at. Then go and mow the lawn Anglo African Ag PLC Subscription 26/10/2017 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMAAAP 26 October 2017 For Immediate Release Anglo African Agriculture plc ("AAA" or the "Company") Funding to Strengthen AAAP's Product Range and Business Expansion The Board of Anglo African Agriculture plc (LSE: AAAP), the London Main board listed food manufacturing and trading company, today announces that it has raised approximately GBP140,000 (gross) (the "Subscription Amount") by way of subscription of 20,000,000 new ordinary shares of 0.1p each (the "Subscription Shares") at a price of 0.7p per Subscription Share. The Subscription proceeds will be used to provide additional working capital, which will enable the Company to increase stock levels in the Dynamic Intertrade business to provide a wider product range for customers and allow the company to increase stock levels of core mixing ingredients to meet growing customer demand. David Lenigas, Non-Executive Chairman, commented: "We are coming in to the very busy season for the Dynamic Intertrade and it is imperative we are well funded to keep up with growing customer demand over this period. We are also looking at new business opportunities and it is also important to have a stronger balance sheet whilst reviewing target businesses for acquisition." The Subscription Shares will rank pari passu with the existing ordinary shares. The Company has made application for admission of the Subscription Shares and it is expected that admission will become effective and that dealings in the Subscription Shares will commence at 8.00am on 1 November 2017. Following the issue of the Subscription Shares, the Company will have 226,983,954 shares in issue. For further information please contact: Anglo African Agriculture plc +44 (0) 20 7440 0640 David Lenigas, Non-Executive Chairman Rob Scott, Non-Executive Direc
dianecarberry: "We have been told dilution is a cert. That is 100% factored into today’s share price." Complete and utter nonsense posted by a clear novice. The dilution will have to be at a significant discount to the prevailing share price to get it away with ii. Probably around 0.35p ish or even lower. When this happens the share price will retreat to the placing price. Always does. How is that factored in to the current share price ? I await an answer.
dianecarberry: "We have been told dilution is a cert. That is 100% factored into today’s share price." Complete and utter nonsense posted by a clear novice. The dilution will have to be at a significant discount to the prevailing share price to get it away with ii. Probably around 0.35p ish or even lower. When this happens the share price will retreat to the placing price. Always does. How is that factored in to the current share price ?
start small: Five reasons why your out of your depth. AAAP has a market cap at the very bottom of the range with a full listing to boot. AAAP is now in profit AAAP is doing an RTO AAAP has very large director holdings that they will not want diluted AAAP is cheap as chips
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