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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific Group Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 132.00 132.00 132.60 134.00 132.00 132.60 64,193 11:38:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 34.0 -27.2 -10.3 - 282

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08/5/2021
15:00
Que this is blatant ramping on your part
pockstones
07/5/2021
22:00
I would be extremely nervous of the coal sector with the approach of COP 26. Likely to be a very volatile time ahead for companies invested in coal. More and more emphasis is being put on ESG which makes coal investment an increasingly unpalatable sector for institutions. Link herewith to COP 26 to be held in November in Glasgow hXXps://ukcop26.org/ Over ten years the share price has fallen from 350p to 150p and any recent strength may prove be short-lived as investors examine the coal-related income derived from Kestrel and Narrabri. A very worrying sector. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/5/2021
21:09
Anyone noticed Iron ore prices this week...? 175 per tonne and now knocking on the door of 200, and we have 3 sources with Largo, LIORC, Amapa... Cracking week here, and Copper now at USD4.75/lb or 10,500 a tonne... Q2 will be a stronger still with VB adding to income, onward and upward... :o)
laurence llewelyn binliner
07/5/2021
20:43
COP26 is one of the reasons I am invested here, and in IPX come to that. As suggested, COP26 will place increasing emphasis on climate change and clean energy. But COP26 will not change the price of coal and therefore the revenue that APF derive from those assets - that price will be driven by demand. The point here is that APF are currently valued based on a coal portfolio,(look how the share price was falling until Dec 20) but are changing that towards greener cleaner metals over time. I hope for at least one further such addition to the portfolio prior to COP26. Apart from the 6% dividend and the increasing metals prices, with APF you get exposure to a portfolio of assets - so lower risk. With Voisey Bay 61% of exposure is now base/battery metals. Coal is present but decreasing in importance - and the company has publicly stated exposure to coal will continue to decline. So IMHO, you can select between a company that is already 'green' and therefore likely to be more highly rated, or in APF which is cheaper because of the legacy coal asset. I think both will do well over the coming months as COP26 approaches but it is the change in APFs portfolio towards base/battery metals that may provide an extra "kicker". DYOR
melody9999
07/5/2021
18:46
mad is the right word
rcturner2
07/5/2021
17:41
mad by name. and certainly by nature. mad as a hatter
quepassa
07/5/2021
16:59
Great work buddy
madengland_
07/5/2021
16:52
I would be extremely nervous of the coal sector with the approach of COP 26. Likely to be a very volatile time ahead for companies invested in coal. More and more emphasis is being put on ESG which makes coal investment an increasingly unpalatable sector for institutions. Link herewith to COP 26 to be held in November in Glasgow hXXps://ukcop26.org/ Over ten years the share price has fallen from 350p to 150p and any recent strength may prove be short-lived as investors examine the coal-related income derived from Kestrel and Narrabri. A very worrying sector. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/5/2021
16:03
What does COP26 do to stop current production? Under Paris Agreement they can still export to SE Asia and India with no penalty ..
dartboard1
07/5/2021
15:41
Over 20 Anglo Pacific has risen from 15p to 150p Timing short term movements tricky but the Que Contra Is currently working well Be worried if it goes silent
pockstones
07/5/2021
15:34
I would be extremely nervous of the coal sector with the approach of COP 26. Likely to be a very volatile time ahead for companies invested in coal. More and more emphasis is being put on ESG which makes coal investment an increasingly unpalatable sector for institutions. Link herewith to COP 26 to be held in November in Glasgow hXXps://ukcop26.org/ Over ten years the share price has fallen from 350p to 150p and any recent strength may prove be short-lived as investors examine the coal-related income derived from Kestrel and Narrabri. A very worrying sector. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/5/2021
15:31
Does this clown not realise that anyone investing in coal at this point realises the risks and is betting that they are priced into the equity at this point. Yeah they might be wrong but that's the whole point of the market... he seems to keep repeating that they've gone down on prior years and have bad ESG... yeah, no #hit ... that's the idea
dartboard1
07/5/2021
15:24
I get the multi-decade headwind. BUT we can't yet function without dirty energy. Arguably this has parallels in IT windups trading at s substantial discount - no long term value but near term opportunity? Meanwhile APF is transitioning? Is the FCF hit capturing the cost of changing direction? Please: no heckling from the cheap seats
smidge21
07/5/2021
15:07
Keep them coming Que your calls are moving markets
pockstones
07/5/2021
14:52
I would be extremely nervous of the coal sector with the approach of COP 26. Likely to be a very volatile time ahead for companies invested in coal. More and more emphasis is being put on ESG which makes coal investment an increasingly unpalatable sector for institutions. Link herewith to COP 26 to be held in November in Glasgow hXXps://ukcop26.org/ Over ten years the share price has fallen from 350p to 150p and any recent strength may prove be short-lived as investors examine the coal-related income derived from Kestrel and Narrabri. A very worrying sector. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/5/2021
14:47
Bought this as a yield play with a cyclical tailwind; has turned into a growth stock? (Bit like VSL). Looking at the free cash flow forecasts (on Sharepad), being lazy - has anyone looked (challenged) at the projected downshift?
smidge21
07/5/2021
14:22
Que Pasa please keep posting, a few more posts should whack us over the 160 marker.
madengland_
07/5/2021
06:26
Gosh, that came back well.
johnrxx99
06/5/2021
13:47
151/152/153p paid, another stepping stone and the 150p barrier breached along the way back up towards 200p... :o)
laurence llewelyn binliner
06/5/2021
11:33
Oddly enough the figures beat Berenberg estimate by 200k. Good to see the buyer of the last few sessions return to take advantage of the pullback
wapping67
06/5/2021
09:28
Looks like a classic case of dropping the bid to accommodate the sell on news brigade, then raise the price again quickly for the buyers who can read beyond the headline. Onwards and upwards.
lord gnome
06/5/2021
09:15
Tree shake more like
juuunx2
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