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ACHP Asia Ceramics

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14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asia Ceramics LSE:ACHP London Ordinary Share JE00B3PVQ001 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 37.50 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

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During the Montreal conference, Ali Borhani, Managing Director of 3Sixty Strategic Advisors Ltd and co-founder and host of the BRI Dialogues, put the expanded trading bloc into perspective and noted that people have to recognize that the world has changed.

“Half of the world population is in BRICS+. Two-thirds of world trade happens in BRICS+. BRICS are adding 74 million consumers a year. That is two times Canada out of these markets,” Borhani said during the panel discussion.

“The largest buyers of energy and the largest sellers of energy happen to be in the Global South and among BRICS. So we're looking at the rewiring of energy, finance, supply chain, and tech.”

Because of these broad-reaching geopolitical shifts, it is fairly easy to make a simple case for gold as a global currency. Many analysts have noted that gold remains the best neutral asset to settle trade imbalances.

So it's not just China that is going to have to buy more gold; nations around the world, especially those in emerging markets that have relied so heavily on the U.S. dollar, will have to rebuild their gold reserves.

'Analysts constantly reiterate that gold will play a growing role in a multipolar currency world because it remains one of the most liquid monetary assets in global financial markets.

We can already see the U.S. dollar’s diminished role on the world stage. This week, the trade agreement between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, which established the petrodollar, was allowed to expire.

For the past 50 years, the U.S. dollar has dominated global trade as the two nations agreed to price oil in U.S. dollars. This agreement cemented the dollar as the world’s reserve currency and ushered in an era of prosperity for

Americans; in exchange, the U.S. provided military support and protection to the kingdom.

Saudi Arabia’s moves to expand beyond the USD come as it enters a new trading bloc with expanded BRICS nations: Brazil, Russia, India, South Africa, Iran, Egypt, Ethiopia, and the United Arab Emirates.'

'the pace of advances in technology may be slowed down due to fears or realities of new regulations. That is, innovations are exploding in these fields, but their application may be restricted and/or delayed while government officials figure out the pros and cons. These delays and regulations, expected over the next three months, may grind the euphoria in these stock sectors to a halt. '

'August 2024 through June 2025. Global governments may act heavy-handed during this transit.

It’s going to be like going from drugs of pleasure to those of addiction overseen by big pharma in cahoots with big government. Or, for most of us, it will be like going from a diet of fruits to potatoes.'

thanks to mm.and cycles

More Americans lost their homes in May as foreclosures move higher.

—Megan Henney, “Home foreclosures are on the rise again nationwide,”, June 14, 2024.


Henry Boot is making good progress on a number of key transactions in both land promotion and development, and the business continues to expect full year results to be heavily H2 24 weighted.

Looking ahead, despite remaining cautious on the current trading environment, the Group remains well placed, supported by a solid balance sheet and a store of high quality opportunities in prime locations across all three of our key markets. This puts the business in a strong position to deliver a full year performance in line with market expectations* and to achieve our medium term strategic objectives.

*Market expectations being the average of current analyst consensus of £30.7m profit before tax, comprising three forecasts from Deutsche Numis, Peel Hunt and Panmure Gordon.

H​​̴3;​​R03;enry Boot (BOOT) operates at the racy end of the construction market. Most of its profits (a bit over half in most recent years) are generated from buying and selling land. What makes this racy is that the price of land is highly sensitive to the prevailing price of the buildings to be constructed on it, which in this case is mainly houses. However, countering the risk, Henry Boot is a conservatively run company with a strong track record. There’s also plenty of tangible value bound up in investment properties and a £209m strategic land bank. Barring an explosion (or implosion) in land values or planning regime activity, the company’s market price has a good anchor in the value of these core assets underpinned by the UK’s ongoing housing shortage.

'For us, however, the excitement was in precious metals, especially Gold. On Wednesday, June 12, we issued a “Special Alert on Gold” to MMA subscribers, stating: “A break below Wednesday’s low of 2327 will be a set up for a reversal (high weighted value score). Even better if it holds Friday’s (June 7) low of 2304 and thus becomes a “Lendahl Wiggle” as a low risk/high reward possibility…. The ideal setup would be a secondary low Thursday (maybe even Friday morning), below 2327 but not below 2304.” Bingo! At 12:25 PM, June 13 (EDT), Gold dropped to 2310. By Friday, the next day, it was over 2350. Copies of this “Special Alert” are available to anyone who subscribes to any MMA reports (monthly, weekly, or daily). Even a one-month trial of the MMA Monthly Cycles report will qualify for both the special alert on Gold as well as the June MMA Cycles Report that was issued last week.'
thanks to mmcycles.

The hope is that HSO are successful enough to raise the required $15MM for their full field plan, which will trigger the conditions to pay Quadrise for a license, and transfer of a Quadrise MSAR MMU to HSO's site in Utah so they can produce MSAR directly from bitumen they've extracted from the ground.
March 2024 so BEFORE the last RNS.

Annual results from Sheffield-based Henry Boot (BOOT:182p), a land development, property and construction company, reflect more subdued activity levels across commercial and residential markets and lower profits from property development activities.

The construction arm had a challenging year, trading well below expectations (operating profit declined from £12.1mn to £6.5mn). Two of the largest contracts – a £40mn build-to-rent (BTR) scheme and a £42mn urban development scheme – suffered delays and were hit by material shortages. In addition, the developer of a third project in Sheffield, a residential scheme, fell into administration, which resulted in building costs not being fully recovered. While management is actively pursuing larger projects with a contract value above £50mn, some of these opportunities are now likely to fall into 2025, so don’t expect a strong recovery this year.

Investor's Chronicle.
So conclusion is higher interest rates not good for it.
Interest rate reductions good .

23rd June trading update.

Thank you HPC.
The RNS was the initial reason for my interest.
There are always reasons why we invest or choose not to.
Interest rates could have an effect on share price.
However, seeing it's longevity over the years, I am trying to pick up a few here and there that I can one day pass on to family.

Each to their own.

Henry Boot PLC
We're thrilled that our new head office, the Isaacs Building, has been shortlisted for the Design Excellence Award at the Insider South Yorkshire Property Awards.

We're keeping our fingers crossed for a win on the 11th of July!

The business has grown total homes sold since setting our medium-term objectives in 2021 by 109%. This year, reflecting 50% forward sales (2022: 56%) and what is anticipated to be a slowly recovering market, we have been marginally more cautious and expect completions to increase by 10% to 275 homes in 2024.25 Mar 2024

'Jensen Huang says the next wave of AI is physical AI and future factories will be robotic, which will orchestrate robots that are building products that are robotic'.

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Alrt just wondering what your logic is. They are due to announce getting full accreditation from NICE in July which would be big news if they get it and so a likely bounce in the share price The mkt cap is 7.5m with 6m in cash and revenues ramping up. Looks like. A solid buy to me unless you have some actual facts to back up your one liners. I'd be interested to hear them
He ought to be reported for trashing this share and then talking them up.

Nearly half of funds with ESG and sustainable terms in their names may breach new EU regulations, says research from Clarity AI.

Clarity AI found that 44% of funds using ESG and sustainable terms may need to change their name or divest assets. This comes following the announcement of new ESMA rules applying to any EU fund using an ESG or sustainability-related term in its name. The rules say that an asset manager using a sustainability or ESG term must ensure that a minimum of 80% of assets are used to meet the environmental and/or social characteristics or sustainable investment objectives of the fund. The rules also state that there should be no exposure to assets that breach the PaB exclusions.

Clarity AI analyzed 3256 EU funds that have ESG or sustainable related terms in their names. Of those funds, the vast majority are Article 8 funds (74%) with Article 9 representing 19% and Article 6 just 7%. Nearly half (44%) contained investments in companies that breach the Paris Aligned Benchmark criteria. 28% have exposure to multiple companies in breach of the PaB exclusion criteria.

Clarity AI also found that in terms of breaches of the PaB exclusionary criteria, nearly half (49%) of Article 8 funds with ESG or sustainable-related terms contain investments in companies with breaches, and around a third of Article 6 (36%) and Article 9 (29%) funds.

Nortel & Cisco's collapse in the 2000 Dot-com bubble.

Nortel used "vendor financing" where they loaned $ to customers so they would buy their products.
This is exactly what $NVDA is doing right now.


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