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 +0.33% 152.00p 151.00p 152.00p 153.00p 151.50p 152.50p 131,005 16:23:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 19.7 28.3 15.6 9.7 274.97

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25/5/2017
21:29
"Australian politicians, and others beholden to the global fossil fuel industry, will continue to keep their heads stuck firmly in the sand as the world continues to change around them, surfacing only to spout the same old lines that might have been relevant 30 years ago, but have long since fossilized and become irrelevant in a world which is quickly speeding along an electricity transformation." Spot on. QP
quepassa
25/5/2017
20:35
QP, not going to start playing "battle of the links", but what do you think about this: hxxp://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2017-01-31/japan-coal-power-plants/8224302 Kind of puts a crimp in your "everything shutting down" narrative, no?
ruethewhirl
25/5/2017
20:26
QP, doesn't matter. Plenty lining up behind them to take their place.
ruethewhirl
25/5/2017
16:42
A real zinger from cleantechnica today about India cancelling 14 gigawatts of proposed coal-fire plants as it goes solar:- "Australian politicians, and others beholden to the global fossil fuel industry, will continue to keep their heads stuck firmly in the sand as the world continues to change around them, surfacing only to spout the same old lines that might have been relevant 30 years ago, but have long since fossilized and become irrelevant in a world which is quickly speeding along an electricity transformation." hXXps://cleantechnica.com/2017/05/25/india-cancels-nearly-14-gw-proposed-coal-plants/ ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
25/5/2017
13:14
yawn, yawn, yawn. great. go for it
quepassa
25/5/2017
12:36
QP, Yawn. You're trying to make it sound like the whole coal industry's going away in the next week. Still plenty of demand as the world begins to embrace renewables. That's going to take decades. Even the most ardent environmentalists talk about "energy mix". No one should be so naive as to think coal's ever going to go completely away, and it will take a very long time for coal to go into terminal decline. Cashflow, that's what we have here.
ruethewhirl
25/5/2017
11:26
narrabri and thermal coal. Earlier recent posts refer about COAL generating plant closures in just the last few days such as 1. South Korea 2. China 3. India 4. Enel 5. Florida Power and Light 6. Beijing However, if you feel that 1) these plant closures won't impact global demand for thermal coal and 2) that this is not indicative of the increasingly rapid decline of thermal coal demand, then go for it. Others may think otherwise. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
25/5/2017
10:42
Are you aware of APF's significant investment royalty in the Narrabri thermal coal & PCI coal mine? If not, you may wish to acquaint yourself with the details. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
25/5/2017
10:34
QP, who cares? The asians will be hoovering up all the met coal they can get their hands on until it's all gone. They need it to make steel. Case closed in my view. Sorry mate but that's the truth. If you can name one met coal substitute that will provide the same energy output for the energy input, I'm all ears. Plenty of lip service will be paid to "the environment", but nothing gets in the way of business.
ruethewhirl
25/5/2017
09:38
"China, the King of Coal, is getting Gassy" - Bloomberg today. India and now China. Both hastening rush away from coal to ease air pollution. Ahead of schedule. Clean and Green is the way forward. hXXps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-25/coal-king-s-shift-to-more-gas-wins-believers-as-china-use-surges ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
24/5/2017
14:36
not a lot I know but the total holding is significant and he is increasing it
bountyhunter
24/5/2017
13:29
By all of £10,000.
quepassa
24/5/2017
13:18
Non-Exec director ups his holding to 155,540 Shares; obviously not too spooked by Tesla! ;-) Http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/anglo-pacific-APF/share-news/Anglo-Pacific-Group-PLC-Directors-Share-Dealings-i/74684439
bountyhunter
23/5/2017
14:15
FPL closing down a third coal burner "This is the third coal power plant FPL is phasing out in two years while we continue to invest in major advances in solar and natural gas energy centers. We are proving that it's possible to be clean and low-cost," said Silagy." I'll post the links later about Florida Power and Light. Hard on the heels of Enel and South Korea over just the last few days, seems that coal burner closures are very much in focus. Very negative news for the sector. CLEAN AND LOW-COST. That's the way forward and that is why coal is on the way out. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP PS.. Big trouble at commodities trader Noble Group which suffered BIG Q1 losses of some $130m on buy/sell contracts on coal. I'll post links later.
quepassa
23/5/2017
10:49
Arthur Scargill must be having nightmares. Makes Maggie Thatcher look like an environmentalist. :-))
lord gnome
23/5/2017
10:31
one vital detail missing there. New plants to be GAS FIRED. Yes S. KOREA CLOSING ALL COAL-BURNERS. Reason - Appalling City Pollution and GREENING. hardly surprising Here's the promised link REALLY BAD NEWS FOR THE SECTOR AFTER ENEL'S ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLOSURE OF WORLDWIDE FLEET. WHO NEXT?? - BECAUSE THERE WILL BE OTHERS. hXXp://www.modernpowersystems.com/news/newscoal-plants-in-korea-face-complete-shut-down-5818375 ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
23/5/2017
10:02
South Korea continues to build new coal plants, with 20 more to be completed by 2029. The government is closing ten older plants by 2025 in a bid to reduce emissions, but the new plants will still have far higher capacities than those closed. hxxps://koreaexpose.com/coal-dust-air-south-korea-dirty-energy/
edmondj
23/5/2017
08:07
Jan 2016 54p
bountyhunter
23/5/2017
07:04
This is the ONLY TRUTH which certain posters don't want you to remember and know. In 2011 , share price 380p and today 115p. But these crook posters want you to believe that this is all wonderful. They just want to make up for their enormous losses by posting fake news. Beware. THE FIGURES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES AND DO NOT LIE.- UNLIKE CERTAIN POSTERS. ALL IMO> DYOR. QP.
quepassa
23/5/2017
06:54
CyberCrime Investors Refuse To Sell their shares To Prevent shorters from robbing them. Shorters have flooded many threads including Anglo Pacific thread with many scare stories about coal mining. BEWARE OF THESE POSTERS. They are after your shares.They want you to Sell so they can make money. Do not be fooled. Evil persons, ignore their posts as they are built on Lies.
christh
23/5/2017
06:13
@bountyhunter - entirely accurate IMO. What matters is the price you pay. I was fortunate enough to buy in a lot lower, when "coal is dead, it's going bust" etc was everywhere. It's been one of my best performers, particularly with the ongoing dividend, & even after shedding a few on the way up. Takes two to make a market of course.
spectoacc
22/5/2017
20:41
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christh
22/5/2017
20:34
Lol True. He is. But he has been correct in the past!! That said, his motivation is merely point scoring.....he needs it to feel better about himself.
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