Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asa Resource LSE:ASA London Ordinary Share GB00B0GN3470 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.925p 1.85p 2.00p - - - 0 06:40:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 84.4 -3.6 -0.4 - 32.57

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/1/2018
10:36
What happens to the shares "stolen" by the Chinese? They just bank a big profit?
timgw
20/1/2018
19:33
Surely it's not a matter of taking them on. The Administrators are required on behalf of shareholders & creditors to select the best offer. Now we have two offers on the table, hopefully it won't be difficult for them to select the correct one. Just a matter of time.
plasybryn
20/1/2018
19:28
As we are now into a new calendar year I am going to press the Admistrator for a timetable for some progress. I also sent a short report to the Takeover Panel and they too are equally silent on this matter. I don't want to be too pessimistic but the Chinese seem to have it in the bag. The authorities just are not interested in taking them on.
timgw
20/1/2018
09:34
Morning.Surely we will get some sort of news next week.
casabella2
08/1/2018
17:46
Shanta Claus juju?
asmodeus
08/1/2018
15:30
I'm sure we will be fine; its just going to take a little longer than hoped for.
plasybryn
08/1/2018
14:25
I chose to take the crooks money. I put it into Shanta. I am not bitter, I am grateful
juju44
02/1/2018
13:56
Looks like the season of goodwill has come to an abrupt end!
timgw
02/1/2018
06:53
Morning.No juju those people like yourself are.Don't be bitter you had a choice.
casabella2
01/1/2018
22:43
Your'e all fekd . Crooks rule
juju44
01/1/2018
13:12
I've been looking through my records, and it seems I first bought into this share, in the form of African Gold, in April 1997 ! I attended a good number of AGMs over the years, and was evidently convinced by what I saw and heard, but have now, inadvertently, crystallised a loss of about 8 grand ! I hope I have a happier new year...
asmodeus
01/1/2018
08:09
Having just taken 3 weeks holiday have totally ignored all share matters recently. So went into panick mode having just got back and read how stockbrokers have sold ASA shares on their own back. Thankfully mine are still in my Halifax account. Having had to use the ombudsman after Selfrade tried to stitch me up found them helpful and effective. But again Halifax were brilliant during a similar stressful time whilst trying to do a short notice switch from Selftrade to the Halifax. So happy to plug their customer services publickly. But does this ASA debacle ever end. Such a sad end for so many who have contributed on this board and financially for all of us given the pain we have suffered. I did vote against the Chinese takeover given the way they have done similar things with other shares I owned (and warned by an exploration manager in a similar vain to nomz) and for any newbie I would recommend they tread very carefully if looking to buy shares with Chinese involvement. Thanks for everyones contribution, given the lack of info given out officially it has been greatly appreciated and happy new year to everyone.
petefurlepa
24/12/2017
22:12
I had a good chuckle at the Mail article. Dearing is “astonished221; that AIM allowed the takeover bid to go ahead. Personally I’m more “astonished221; that the legal counsel of the company (guess who?) allowed Ning’s looting to continue unabated. And of course there’s the small matter of Dearing himself personally orchestrating the ouster of Mpinga and putting Ning in in the first place! And forget about the copper, there is none. The ground is off the main belt and has been already discarded by other companies. It was a purely speculative punt by a pipe making company who know nothing about exploration. The loan to Ning was still rather dodgy, but why have we had to wait for the administrator to pick up on this? Where were the board, company secretary/legal counsel (guess who?). Dearing is in desperate backside covering mode at the minute. At the end of the day it was him who put Ning in charge and he has to take responsibility for that. And the so called “independent” directors who allowed the looting to continue need to hang their heads in shame. Trying to deflect the blame onto AIM (that we all know is a fess our) is pathetic
nomz
24/12/2017
17:49
Have just sent an email to the takeover panel. Suggest others do the same!
timgw
24/12/2017
16:26
Well done to The Mail for investigating this and trying to expose the wrong doing. Let's hope it triggers a reaction.
plasybryn
24/12/2017
15:59
casabella - Thanks for posting the link. To a certain extent I think that we have to assume that the silence from Duff and Phelps means they are actually doing something but do not want to say too much in public. I think that my next email may well be to the takeover panel! As it is now Xmas Eve I need to attempt to recover some seasonal peace and goodwill. I would like to thank all the contributors here both for their comments and for putting up with my own rantings! Enjoy yourselves Tim
timgw
24/12/2017
10:13
Found it http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-5209281/Wanted-Missing-bosses-company-listed-AIM-market.html Maybe now this farce will be investigated.Lot of play left here i think.
casabella2
24/12/2017
10:09
Have we got a link to it.Is it in the finacial section.
casabella2
24/12/2017
09:23
A couple of snippets. "Hailang owns a copper project in the DRC, situated next to ASA’s operation." and further on Dearing "alleged that Rich Pro had not told shareholders the ‘true value’ of ASA’s DRC copper joint venture." Which tells you why a "Chinese copper billionaire" is probably interested in ASA. Then there's the nickel and gold as an afterthought.
skidaddle
24/12/2017
06:58
Great article in The Mail on Sunday
plasybryn
23/12/2017
15:00
I'm with "The Share Centre" too, and had letters advising I could do nothing... can't remember if there was small print to the effect of "if it goes unconditional, I would have them sold..." IF not... We live in hope... the DRC properties could be worth a small fortune as Cobalt prices have doubled in the last year... Apparently Cobalt miners are then next Lithium, as it is used on so many smart-devices... (phones, tablets et-al) W.
wstirrup
21/12/2017
23:24
Luckily I'm with Hargeaves Lansdown and their default of do nothing means I still have my shares, at least I hope that's the lucky position to be in!
bogeybazaar
21/12/2017
22:04
A lot of guys here got this shambles wrong .you have been raped by chino mafia assisted as usual by Aim
juju44
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