Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific Group LSE:APF London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.32% 153.50p 151.00p 153.50p 154.00p 153.00p 154.00p 25,818 08:59:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 37.4 11.8 5.9 26.1 277.74

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24/9/2018
09:36
https://www.forbes.com/sites/timtreadgold/2018/09/20/the-inconvenient-truth-of-rising-coal-prices/#12d5c9036b55 What could be happening is part of a change being seen across the world's mining industry, where there is a flight to quality as environmental regulations tighten around gas emissions and the disposal of waste generated in manufacturing processes. As a general rule, high-quality raw materials create less pollution. But there might be another factor at work in the coal market, which is potentially more significant; declining supplies of premium coal as exploration for the fuel slows and government mining approvals become harder to get.
stevie blunder
07/9/2018
08:42
Bolador - this might help hxxp://www.valuethemarkets.com/index.php/2018/09/04/anglo-pacifics-cfo-flynn-unique-benefits-mining-royalties-can-bring-commodity-investors-apf/
melody9999
31/8/2018
08:41
I have been puzzled by the strength of the rally in the share price Lord Gnome points out that that APF have been the subject of a review and upgrade by Peel Hunt which is clearly part of the reason for the so far sustained rise.Today I read about the new Australian PM who was appointed on the 24th August. Since then it has emerged that there is to be a new energy policy. The Conservative party turned against the old idea of cutting emissions by 26% by 2030. This target is to be abandoned and a new set up means that energy price and supply will be the main criteria for energy policy making. In effect Paris is to be sidelined although not formally ditched. Looks like "green" has topped out.. This must change the valuations for APF's coal royalties.
bolador
29/8/2018
16:24
Thanks LG - I wondered what the stimulus was and agree with your view on the target price as I thought even the 190 too optimistic.
ptgint
29/8/2018
09:54
I think the current buying activity is on the back of yesterday's 'BUY' recommendation from Peel Hunt. They set a target price of 200p. A bit fanciful if you ask me, but you never know. In fairness to them, the tip was one of their regular reiterations, but they moved up the target price from 190 to 200p.
lord gnome
29/8/2018
09:21
Last declared nav 120p.SP now 153 offered, corporate activity coming ?
bolador
28/8/2018
23:45
hmmm - degradation in the board since 8667. I think if you trust our BOD to make the right investments - ragardless of resource - then you can invest in APF. If not then you should not invest. For transparency I am long having sold out in the 140s on the way down and buying back in the high 120's - though I could not get as many as wanted.
melody9999
28/8/2018
17:23
munin - always moanin' - never any meanin'
quepassa
28/8/2018
16:42
the correct phrase in English is raw nerve , not sore nerve. if you want to make a point, better to use English idiom correctly. bhuddy is clearly rattled. his soul is full of bad karma. keep on stabbing in the dark bhuddy. you have no idea. you have no enlightenment, no purity and no goodness. is it gavapentin or should it rather suspiciously be gabapentin? what do Mrs gavapentin and a launderette washing machine have in common? anyone can dump their dirty load in them for a few quid. ha ha ha ha
quepassa
28/8/2018
15:51
Did I touch a sore nerve QP? I am mainly a reader and have never claimed to have any great insight, unlike you. What is clear is that such a frequent and negative poster is probably shorting it, so dear reader, take that into account and remember it when reading his posts. Surprised you don't know what E and OE is, given you always add acronyms at the end of your posts to cover yourself, unnecessary unless you're a professional and/or pushing falsehoods and trying to mislead.
bhoddhisattva
28/8/2018
11:40
I don't give a fig bhuddy whether or not you think i have a position long or short. you can take your suspicion and shove it. you never have anything of value to add to this bulletin board and have no opinions. i have no clue what E and OE means but i wish the same to you. despite your chosen nick-name it is clear that you and your posts totally lack any form of enlightenment, purity and goodness QP
quepassa
28/8/2018
11:06
For someone who claims not to have a position in APF Que Passa, you do post an awful lot which always raises my suspicion. IMO. DYOR. E and OE.
bhoddhisattva
28/8/2018
11:02
yes, the thing is that they have been talking about diversifying for so many years. perhaps finally they are doing something about it but a bit late in the day in my view....and let's not forget that their biggest recent DIVERSIFICATION was Narrabri which was yet again coal. however, their portfolio mix still marks them out and labels them clearly as a coal investor and that is a heavy burden to carry and one which the increasing legions of professional investors who now pay heed to Ethical Investing are avoiding. so, a 5% divi for a predominantly coal portfolio is not that good in my view and coal will in my view continue to be an enormous drag on the share price. if they ever want to move forward, they need in my view to have the guts to sell coal and move into other royalties which would command a re-rating of the share. all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa
28/8/2018
10:38
QP 8663. APF strategy is to diversify away eg the recent iron ore investment. Much easier to do that when you don't own the assets. So whilst the lower share price may reflect investment in coal assets, the strategy should ensure we see this go north whilst still collecting a good divi. IMHO DYOR
melody9999
24/8/2018
13:34
so what did the trades look like the day before the formal announcement of the results? Seemed a bit strange, as MissWomble suggested upthread.
wanderingjock
24/8/2018
09:48
A 5% yield on a share which derives most of its income from coal is not good in my opinion. Increasingly, professional investors just don't want coal in their equity portfolios as ethical investing gains more and more traction. - That's why some of the biggest and best known mining companies in the world have totally exited coal because it impacts significantly and negatively on shareholder appetite for buying/holding their shares. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
23/8/2018
11:18
I'm no expert but the results look pretty good to me. "Dividend As previously communicated to the market, we will review the overall dividend level for 2018 in Q1 2019 once our full year revenue has been confirmed, along with the outlook for 2019. In the meantime, the interim quarterly payment of 1.625p per share remains unchanged and the next payment will be the Q2 2018 dividend which will be paid on 15 November 2018."
rrr
22/8/2018
18:35
Very soon tomorrow in fact. RM
rampmeister
22/8/2018
16:49
Results out soon somebody has had a peep
dgellissnr
22/8/2018
16:42
Oi oi. ......:))
gavapentin
22/8/2018
16:39
W o m b le sorry
foxy22
22/8/2018
16:39
WimbledonI am wondering too
foxy22
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