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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Baobab Res. LSE:BAO London Ordinary Share GB00B19HQ991 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.50 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.4 -1.7 - 9

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/3/2015
16:42
what happen in the last hour?
qipincha
25/3/2015
16:14
If Redbird buy even a single share they have to issue a Rule8.3 to the market, which is what I said in a previous post......
exbroker
25/3/2015
16:10
How do know they are not buying? They wanna pay 6p, its 5.5p on the open market, why would they not by cheaper on the open market.
tr4der1
25/3/2015
14:23
But they are not buying now which is what you implied, and have not done so in three weeks.Who knows if they will again once the document is posted.
exbroker
25/3/2015
12:59
Also 2nd march.
tr4der1
25/3/2015
12:53
Exbroker, regarding redbird increasing their holding, check rns 3rd March, redbird holding 40% started of with 38%
tr4der1
25/3/2015
12:39
Max101 This is binary they are giving you 6p in cash for a company that is BUST if Redbird walk away. Stay in and be diluted and take a risk on them delivering the project with no obvious exit.
exbroker
25/3/2015
11:37
yawn Max - that statement of £1.50-£2 has become one of the BAO club classics that can only ever be replayed over and over again as it aint gonna happen mate!
enewman36
25/3/2015
10:58
definitely considering leaving some in the game. ( Not all !! ) Even IF they did the dilution after a delist, the upside to the share price once they sell to the chinese or ? would far outweigh it. End result based on this alone is that you'd likely make a hell of alot more than 6p I still fancy a slice of that £1.50-£2 and if anything, what's taken place recently has endorsed that.
max101
25/3/2015
07:59
can the IFC vote? They have a 12.89% participatory interest. I wonder whether they know about this when they didn't contribute to 2014 costs or if they were encouraged not to participate to reduce their voting rights.
clockers
25/3/2015
00:37
Redbird is buying. They increased their holding from 38 to 40 and by end of 28 days probably 50.
tr4der1
24/3/2015
22:29
We will be offered 6pStill holding 1m and waiting to decide post offer.
pete_bain
24/3/2015
21:10
Tops, honestly, I have no idea whether they will or won't. As far as I am aware they have no choice but to offer 6p - however the caveat to that is the statement I quoted in my last post. We are getting pretty close to 28 days now so we will find out soon. Some individuals clearly buying - but on what basis - quick 10% turnaround or continue investing when the company is delisted - no idea!
gowboy
24/3/2015
16:16
Gowboy - I believe you were a LTHS here. Do you subscribe to the theory that we will actually be formally offered 6p? The selling is suggesting otherwise. Depends on your holding I suppose but 5.4p is generally all the MMs will offer and on, say, 100k, that is perhaps £500 or so... Short and curries. BJ and JD need to be careful of their future involvement in this industry imho. At least it should be 6p unequivocally Topicel
topicel
24/3/2015
12:34
28 Days from the date of the announcement which was 27 February. You would therefore expect that offer to be formally announced this week - "or such later date as may be agreed with the offeror and the Independent Directors"...........
gowboy
24/3/2015
09:46
Anybody still holding ? If so has anyone heard anything from their broker ?
kbrook
23/3/2015
19:35
solonic you were on the other thread laughing at investors who have lost money ,what on earth is to be gained from such strange behaviour.
queenwood
23/3/2015
13:53
hxxp://www.macauhub.com.mo/en/2015/03/18/world-bank-invests-in-mm-integrated-steel-mills-mozambique/ http://allafrica.com/stories/201503201752.html IFC/World bank invests in Mozambique steel mills
clockers
20/3/2015
14:07
Dollar weakening means good news for commodities. This means iron will nudge up, and the case for BAO being a commercial enterprise. Such a pity its coming too late. I hope that some of my other commodity plays can come good, as i've written of a few already - like so many others.
venture traveller
20/3/2015
11:41
Keep on scribbling and wasting your time in the knowledge that I am indeed NOT readign any of your drivel. Surprised you havent had a coronary... What a dull life you must lead
fangorn2
20/3/2015
09:11
Shame that you both lost so much on BAO, though. Hee Hee.
solonic
20/3/2015
08:53
He's up early Pete, must've wet the bed. Amazing that he hasnt anything better to do that troll this ONE board till the very late evening, then rinse and repeat first thing the followintg morning Clearly on the dole, posting from his bedsit.
fangorn2
20/3/2015
08:29
Never feed a troll. As BAO dies so does he. This is the END my multi-monikered friend. The end, the end.
pete_bain
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