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
  -4.00p -2.90% 134.00p 134.00p 136.50p 137.50p 131.00p 137.00p 181,622 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 37.4 11.8 5.9 22.8 243.17

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06/7/2017
21:33
yeah keep your off-topic somewhere else, respect that fella....here is for APF only.
neilyb675
06/7/2017
21:19
Off topic but of interest to some. Tesla shares tumble on car test rating: Shares in the electric car maker Tesla have fallen 5.64% to $277.55 after its Model S vehicle failed to get a top rating in a crash test. It is not nice when share you own falls, especially when this is due to sentiment rather than fundamentals. In my view each investor has different goals and we should respect that and try to get along, and not laud our investment choices over all others. Let each to his (or her) own and respect individual investment goals. ALL IMO. DYOR.
hyden
03/7/2017
07:35
China is looking to shore up its energy supply. Although the country is trying to cut back pollution from coal-fired plants, the commodity is expected to remain in long-term demand across Asia for the next two decades - prompting Glencore’s interest in gatecrashing the Rio-Yancoal deal.
christh
30/6/2017
12:06
Neily, yeah I know all that only too well, but you can't ignore the share price
ruethewhirl
30/6/2017
07:13
But price going down..... Coal is yesterday's story for yesterday's investors. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
30/6/2017
06:38
Each to their own strategy but I think poor timing. Royalty increasing✔ Quarterly divi introduced ✔ Directors invested ✔ Coal in demand for a long time yet✔ Broker target way ahead of current sp✔
neilyb675
30/6/2017
00:58
Must say this has been my most disappointing holding over the past six months, and despite great income and news flow, I'm going to seek opportunities elsewhere. Will remain a keen observer from the sidelines.
ruethewhirl
29/6/2017
15:47
Anglo Pacific Group PLC (the "Company") (LSE: APF, TSX: APY) announces that it received notification on 28 June, 2017 and today of the following transactions by connected persons of Mr. Julian Treger, Chief Executive Officer and Mr. Patrick Meier, Chairman of the Company.   On June 28, 2017, Mr. Treger acquired 10,000 ordinary shares of 2 pence each in the Company ("Shares") via his pension fund at a price of 111p per Share. Today, Mr. Meier acquired 10,000 ordinary shares of 2 pence each in the Company at a price of 111p per Share.   The transactions took place on the London Stock Exchange.   Following this notification, the total beneficial holding of Shares by Mr. Treger and his connected persons is now 5,626,454 Shares and the total beneficial holding of Shares by Mr. Meier is 195,878 Shares, representing 3.11% and 0.11% respectively, of the issued ordinary share capital of the Company.
neilyb675
28/6/2017
13:02
A sure SELL signal QP
quepassa
28/6/2017
12:46
Added ✔
neilyb675
26/6/2017
13:12
Was kind of hoping there would be a dividend increase announcement around now, or at least the strong suggestion of one in the near future, given the recent strong positive news flow.
ruethewhirl
26/6/2017
09:58
Back in as of this morning. Not a big holding, but I plan to add up to my full portfolio allocation. I like the plan for quarterly dividends. We get 9p over the next 12 months and I think that there is a very good chance that we will have an increased dividend announcement within that time.
lord gnome
22/6/2017
17:51
Thanks Stevie re Duke, interesting.
rrr
22/6/2017
17:26
Totally off-topic, I have started a thread on Duke Royalty (DUKE) which is applying the royalty model to non-mining businesses in Europe: https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?fav=add&id=41329927
stevie blunder
19/6/2017
20:06
Get lost. You utterly lost the argument last time and you would lose it again. Stop your antagonistic comments and halt and cease your tireless misinformation.
quepassa
19/6/2017
19:49
QuePassa, be careful on your comments. I stayed out of your way, keep away from mine. Unless you have a poor memory.
christh
19/6/2017
17:00
Share price six years ago 350p+++ Today 112p. I guess some idiots think that's a great investment. They are in denial, they will not accept reality. By the way, Denial is not a River in Africa. QP
quepassa
19/6/2017
15:23
Coal is only one of the commodities that APF holds royalties on.
superjock2
19/6/2017
15:02
Shorters in here have high opinions of themselves. They are in denial, they will not accept reality. Morons!
christh
19/6/2017
10:28
Glencore chief lobbies Rio to back its rival bid for coal assets Glencore coal boss Peter Freyberg. The Australian 12:00AM June 19, 2017 Glencore executives have made a direct pitch to Rio Tinto bosses in London to convince the board to back its $US2.55 billion ($3.35bn) bid to buy the Coal and Allied ­assets in the Hunter Valley. Rio Tinto and the Swiss-based mining house held discussions at the weekend where the miner sought further information on Glencore’s offer that emerged a week ago. The talks were led by Glencore global boss Peter Freyberg, who heads the Australian business, and Rio Tinto’s British-based business development team. If the deal proceeds, Rio Tinto would receive a $US2.05bn initial payment and then $US500 million in five-year annual cash payments. The Rio assets, owned by the company’s subsidiary Coal and Allied, consist of joint venture ownerships in the Hunter Valley Operations mine, Mount ­Thorley and Warkworth, which are ­considered low-cost mines. Rio Tinto is set to decide within the next few days whether it backs the Glencore bid, which is fully-funded and $US100m higher than a competing offer made by Yancoal. Rio’s board met in Montreal late last week, but last night had yet to determine whether Glencore’s offer would be deemed superior. There were suggestions a ­decision could be made later this week, even as Yancoal and its adviser JPMorgan waited on the sidelines. Under the terms of Yancoal’s bid, the Chinese-backed miner has to be given five days to match or better a competing offer deemed superior by Rio. Glencore was last night formulating its response to a number of questions posted by Rio which would need to be answered before a recommendation is likely to be delivered. Doubt remains over Yancoal’s bid because it has yet to lock in funding and Australian backers have indicated a $2bn capital raising would not be supported. Yancoal and its parent company, Yanzhou, are understood to have called on China’s state-owned banks to secure cash. Glencore already owns the Ravensworth North and Bulga mines in the Hunter Valley region. The bidder has said its operations, once merged with Rio’s assets, would produce 81 million tonnes. The suitor has said it believed there would be major synergies and savings made from merging the two sets of operations. If the deal goes ahead, Glencore would also take Rio Tinto’s 36.5% stake of Port Waratah Coal Services, a Port of Newcastle export terminal.
christh
19/6/2017
09:57
PPIX did quite well hitting 20p The chart I like now is LID , looks like a nice bowl coming with 11p the short term target Midas tipped it yesterday in the Mail on Sunday He tipped it a couple of years back at 19p With no debt, around £4m cash and profit making , he might be right this time round The new guy Sassone , is a sales specialist and has targeted the USA to sell into.
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