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
  +2.00p +1.43% 142.00p 138.00p 142.00p 142.00p 137.00p 142.00p 38,864 12:41:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 37.4 11.8 5.9 24.1 257.69

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26/8/2017
16:42
No. Just whiling away some idle moments by feeding the minnows for fun on a lazy Bank Holiday weekend. QP
quepassa
26/8/2017
15:55
Rose to the bait! Lol
sogoesit
26/8/2017
15:33
Wow. First someone likens coal to the slavery trade Second someone compares coal to the tobacco industry and now someone writes some utter garbage about snake oil which is meant to be clever but in fact is nonsense. This apart from our permanently Resident Neanderthal. No more coal mines in the UK. no more coal-fired power stations by the 2020's. Beijing has closed all its fossil fuel power plants due to extreme pollution. Fact. fact. fact. hard to swallow for most. But actions speak louder than words. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
26/8/2017
15:04
The end of the oil age is now predicted and, so it seems, is the coal age. A lot of this prediction is politically motivated, neither scientifically nor economically based. As usual the supply of snake oil is rising on this trend. Snake oil, otherwise known as talk, is currently cheap. Will its price, or value, ever increase? I doubt it. Will political activism impoverish the developing world as political correctness has been impoverishing Western European energy consumers? And for how long? Long fossil fuels, long term or, until my death, whichever comes sooner. Good luck all investors, snake oil or otherwise! Be careful when you follow a herd. If you're not wearing spectacles they could turn out to be lemmings!
sogoesit
26/8/2017
13:50
8370 refers.
quepassa
26/8/2017
10:37
QP, you have a view, you expressed your view, what is the point of repeating the same view for ages? If you have conviction in your view,act on it, short apf and other companies that invest in coals,like apf, glen etc. Just like you, others are entitled to have their bullish views on coals and they act on their views with their money. At the end of the day the ones are right will make money and those are wrong will lose money. So far this year you are on the losing side as apf just made a year high. From the growing eps and dividend forecast for the next two years for apf, and the momentum of share price movement, your loss may last longer and get greater.
riskvsreward
26/8/2017
08:49
Wow nice rally lately. Congratulations to those who hold on.
ruethewhirl
26/8/2017
07:07
2014 World electricity generation (23,816 TWh) by source (IEA, 2016) Coal/Peat (40.8%) Natural Gas (21.6%) Hydro (16.4%) Nuclear (10.6%) Oil (4.3%) Others (Renew.) (6.3%)
rcturner2
26/8/2017
07:04
All sorts of things are in terminal decline, and coal is definitely one of them. It does not necessarily follow that APF is a bad investment. How coal plays out over the next 10 to 20 years is guess work. For example tobacco smoking is known to be in decline, but tobacco shares have been a very good investment for many people.
rcturner2
26/8/2017
06:56
Coal in terminal decline has caused a knock-on decline in coal prices. Decline in coal prices means downwards revaluations of coal assets. Kestrel marked down a whopping 8% at half-year. Never good to see the value of assets held as investments go into downwards reval. A vicious negative cycle. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
26/8/2017
06:42
I've tried to explain before to @QP that what matters is the price you pay. What's particularly galling is that he won't even have had the nous to back his judgement and be short of APF. Yawn yawn yawn indeed.
spectoacc
25/8/2017
21:09
yawn yawn yawn
quepassa
25/8/2017
20:23
Yawn yawn yawn
quepassa
25/8/2017
19:42
Don't do this very often but would you are in the bin. QP filtered.
weeeck
25/8/2017
17:40
kenmitch, do not waste your time with him. He is not a well man, a psychopath. It is not recently that he is trying to find a blemish on APF. He will find something peculiar,unreasonable,weird to say about APF. I had a serious row with him, very provocative to the point that you want to hit him. Most probably suffering from Bipolar disorder so pity the man and ignore him. Going back to coal... Coal will be with us to the end of time. Rio sold Western Australia Coal to Yancoal after a fierce battle between Glencore and Yancoal. Yancoal beat Glean buying it for $2.46 billion. Many new coalmines are openning up and many others upgraded in Australia. A good source of information is..... hTttps://www.australianmining.com.au/
christh
25/8/2017
17:31
Coal in terminal decline has caused a knock-on decline in coal prices. Decline in coal prices means downwards revaluations of coal assets. Kestrel marked down a whopping 8% at half-year. Never good to see the value of assets held as investments go into downwards reval. A vicious negative cycle. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
25/8/2017
17:12
QuePassa. Even if you are right about coal being in terminal decline that doesn't mean all coal shares should be avoided now. That decline can take years. Should all oil shares be sold because oil might be in terminal decline? What matters when investing is now and immediate future prospects looking perhaps as far ahead as 2 years and not what might happen in another 10 years. I've held APF for a couple of years and for now it's a wonderful income share, with very good capital gain on top, and with good chance of higher dividends, and further share price increase to come. In 10 years time APF could have gone bust if you are right about coal in terminal decline. So what for investors looking for winning investments now.
kenmitch
25/8/2017
15:55
Yawn yawn yawn. QP
quepassa
25/8/2017
15:35
QuePassa - the share price is at variance from your analysis. And unless there is a compelling reason to read any more of your drivel, I propose to filter you as unwanted noise.
erogenous jones
25/8/2017
15:32
QP Just close your short and move on. There must be worse companies than APF to short.
weeeck
25/8/2017
15:26
No more coal mines left in UK. No more UK coal burners by early 2020's. China will follow in due course. coal is in terminal decline. Anyone wonder why the value of Kestrel was written down in the last results which meant yet another loss. "-- Kestrel valuation GBP107.5m at June 2017, down 8% on GBP116.9m at the beginning of the year - mainly due to resource depletion and forward pricing assumptions" Down 8% in six months, that is a whopping great figure in such a short time-frame. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
25/8/2017
15:13
QP, You are being just a bit selective with your information. Deep mining for coal in the UK became too expensive but twenty-six open cast mines still remain open and are profitable. As for China, The coal powered generating stations around Beijing were closed because of the air pollution within the city boundaries. China will still continue to build new ones between now and 2020.Despite the cuts to coal production and falling percentage of coal in the energy mix, electricity consumption is expected to grow by 3.6-4 percent over 2016 to 2020 according to the Thirteenth Plan (2016–2020). According to the same five-year plan, coal power capacity will be expanded from 960 GW to under 1,100 GW by the end of 2020 to meet some of the continued growth in electricity demand. Indeed in the first two months of 2016, China had added 22 GW of capacity, 14 GW of which was coal, according to the China Electricity Council. So not quite as black and white as you make out.
weeeck
25/8/2017
14:48
SV. No I have nothing but respect for the many miners who have toiled for centuries in the mines. I think civic statuary is an important part of our heritage. But part of our heritage it is. It is yesterday's fuel. Just like a horse and carriage is yesterday's mode of transport. and just like the automotive internal combustion engine will soon also be. Things move on. Get better. Evolve. Develop. Coal was yesterday's mass energy source but is now being fast supplanted by greener , better, more efficient, less harmful, less polluting energy sources. The inexorable decline of coal is only too clear. Beijing turned off its last coal burners a while ago and, despite President Trump, the global race is on and gathering pace fast to lower carbon emissions and this will sound the death knoll for coal. No more coal mines left in the UK. all coal UK fired power stations to be closed by the early 2020's. Coal is in terminal decline. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
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