Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Atalaya Mining LSE:ATYM London Ordinary Share CY0106002112 ORD 7.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50p -0.98% 252.00p 250.00p 254.00p 254.50p 252.00p 254.50p 83,450 08:21:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 142.7 19.5 13.8 18.5 341.40

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/10/2018
21:21
Not entirely confident about this AAU situation, have sold down.
stockknobjockeyvanbookstino
18/10/2018
18:18
Yep can't beat that - I read his On the Ning Nong Nang poem at my sons wedding. A completely nuts genius. They don't make them like that anymore.
husbod
18/10/2018
18:13
Cheers guys. Luckily I read the Indonesian piece translated and dumped the shares this morning at 9.25. Lost 10% in a day but I could have lost a lot more... As you say Husbod, you can't win them all... That's the second one recently...I was persuaded back into JAY and in both cases I did a lot of background research before buying. But gut feel told me to dump JAY too and I only took a tiny loss there... Lesson now well and truly learned...trust the little voice at the back of your head... Still..I sold out of BKY at 35/36 and look at them now I've punted the ARS money in FLYB, so lets see what happens...maybe Stobart will come back in for them...they're 70% below where Stobart's bid was only 6 months ago...surely somebody will buy an airline with 73 aircraft capitalised at only £40 million...? Meanwhile, I'm holding hard on the XAM and DGR Global that I bought... AIMHO as usual...
rougepierre
18/10/2018
17:03
lol. Always liked Spike Milligans. 'I told you I was i'll'
waterloo01
18/10/2018
17:02
Can't win em all. That will be engraved on my tiny little plaque in Cardiff Crem.
husbod
18/10/2018
16:17
Gosh rp, yes that was bad timing ! I have been looking at ARS (huge potential) for sometime now as you well know, but had held off as the chart to me was not too encouraging so was hoping to get in at a lower point. Some bad press today together with negative RNS and I thought a very poor VOX POD cast, looks like next stop 5p, now that would be a good time to get in !
gcpinc
18/10/2018
12:21
Unlucky timing re ARS Rouge.
waterloo01
18/10/2018
10:42
RP. Thank you for your reply. I understand your argument but I still think these seasoned investors of ours could sit round a table and using the same reasoning as yourself,come to an agreement about price. No, I still feel BOM are best used to trawl the industry for a suitable new investor leaving the company to get on with the job in hand. Assuming we are correct about the off-load of shares in the first place of course. Time will tell, but good to discuss these things with you.Your insight is appreciated. saintb.
saintb
18/10/2018
10:17
What I was suggesting is that, given the shared agreement that none of the 'Big 4' can buy any more shares, it would need the agreement of all the other three not only for a sale outside or a sale to each other and therefore it makes sense to use an impartial outsider (i.e. BMO Capital Markets) to determine the price... Because it isn't the market price... Cf SOLG where BHP wanted to increase their stake and the sale was concluded at 45p a share, some 30% above the prevailing price, thereby putting a floor under the share price Clearly in the case of, say, Liberty, they want the best possible price but, if the sale is going to the others, they want the lowest reasonable price... But what the remaining shareholders might want to reflect on is that if the sale is below the current share price the price will fall afterwards, but if it is above, say 260p, this could put a floor under the price allowing it to move further forward... Hope this makes sense?
rougepierre
18/10/2018
09:16
@lango , I do believe in our statutes you are limited to 20% voting / or something like that . So hostile not possible / need agreed deal.
mronions
18/10/2018
08:53
Maybe some further progress re Touro hTtp://lindeiros.gal/mineira-de-touro-acordos-co-concello/ Toro , October 17, 2018 - The elimination of all water withdrawals in the mine environment and the claims of the mining company to have signed an agreement with the city council lead the BNG to ask the municipal government if it is true.
waterloo01
18/10/2018
06:07
£10 in the coming years or a payout in the coming weeks it’s not our decision. I prefer to follow the money, someone buying big chunks at the current levels, we just need them to get onto the front foot instead of mopping up the sellers. Hardly surprising with excellent operational progress being made and a tasty broker target. All in all whilst copper is slightly off the boil, we find ourselves a few pence off multi year highs, and with the festive season around the corner its time to consider our confectionary choices. I’ll give the nougat a miss, especially if someone has freakishly buried pistachio and glazed fruit in it. If this year is to finally be our year, ill go for a big block of dairy milk AND some pontefract cakes. Have a good day all.
rich1e
17/10/2018
21:00
Re.12201. Good analysis RP, thank you, but could you explain why you say: "But the other three (and indeed Majedie or even another 'strategic' investor, e.g. one based in Canada) could acquire the Liberty stake between them at levels that did not breach the 30%. In which case they would need an objective third party to determine a fair price." Surely, Liberty woud make up their own mind as to an acceptable price. I wouldn`t think they need a third party to haggle for them? I agree that one of the ii want to sell all/some shares. It is likely that the company want to keep the ownership in balance so, BOM have been asked to find a buyer who will be a good fit with the remaining investors and who will "buy" into the future aspirations of the company. But no sale/takeover,as I have expressed in a previous post. Just my thoughts, of course.
saintb
17/10/2018
11:54
Thanks for the nod on ARS cflather.... Bought back in at 10.25...just waiting for the DFS and drill results now... Company keeps tweeting...would look stupid now if they produced bad news... AIMHO as usual and DYOR...
rougepierre
17/10/2018
11:43
Had BKY on my watch list for ages but fortunately managed to resist the temptation.Will have a look at that other one rouge but tend to prefer to invest direct in a company.Socialist governments only ever have unhappy endings - ask the Venezuelans. A country which was supposed to be paradise on Earth according to our very own Leader of the Opposition.Interesting article in the Telegraph on the increase in absolute poverty in Spain, Greece and Italy (gracias the EU) over the last decade so Espagna could join Italy in loosening policy which could mean even a socialist government might smile on a job creation enterprise. Stranger things have happened.
husbod
17/10/2018
11:27
Meanwhile, looks like the new Socialist Spanish Government could be a stumbling block for Toure, if you read the last paragraph....looks like BKY is toast...glad I escaped... hxxps://www.mining-journal.com/energy-minerals-news/news/1348913/berkley-savaged-for-spain-licence-risk High field Resources trying for years...
rougepierre
17/10/2018
11:25
Quoted in Australia ASX:DGR.....
rougepierre
17/10/2018
11:23
Can't see them on hl
cflather2000
17/10/2018
11:12
Whoooooo?Can't find em
shortarm
17/10/2018
09:16
Have a look at DGR Global. MCap £46 million but they own 204 million SOLG shares worth £82 million plus 5 other tier one mining plays... GLA
rougepierre
17/10/2018
08:49
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2018-10-17/bhp-cuts-copper-output-forecast-video?cmpid%3D=socialflow-twitter-commodities&utm_source=twitter&utm_content=commodities&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic&utm_medium=social
sirmoori
16/10/2018
19:08
Of course there can not be a hostile bid. The major shareholders will either accept an offer at a pre-agreed price from an outside party, with Trafigura making a contingent deal on Matsa, or Trafigura will make an acceptable offer leading to the consolidation of their Spanish interests and take the company private, as is their way. It all depends on their priorities. Trafigura bought the Resource Capital slice to keep their options open. By the sound of it they may have decided. It has taken a few years but we may finally be seeing clarity.
langostino
16/10/2018
15:50
Everyone seems to love ARS :)Not spent much time looking at it though
cflather2000
16/10/2018
11:25
SOLG doing very nicely. Am not big enough. Holding as long as I can. ATYM remember any buyer > 2 % must declare. If not voting rights can be restricted. Same goes for large shareholder, think voting restricted to 20% max. All said core shareholders in a standstill with rights to trade amongst each other first if want to exit. Off take sold by Orion: either in distress or we sold it to them too cheap and they made a turn. Another 8 years and Astor payment ends on marketing rights. Hopefully we can negotiate out of that early. Don't believe a hostile bid is possible due to voting rights restriction. Think we can stand on our two feet now , so don't need to get shafted.
mronions
16/10/2018
11:05
Hi lankn....great to hear from you and that you are doing really well! I still have a big stake in KCC at an average of $19 and am not worried...another for the long haul...and you may have seen that I bought XAM as well... Any other copper suggestions welcome please? best wishes
rougepierre
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