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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cadence Minerals Plc LSE:KDNC London Ordinary Share GB00BJP0B151 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.125 0.7% 17.875 17.50 18.25 17.875 17.75 17.75 278,419 08:06:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -2.3 -2.5 - 27

Cadence Minerals Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/2/2021
11:23
Diesel any idea what KDNC is worth on EMH? and Anapa ?
eye2
22/2/2021
11:18
If your interested in investing you need to do some research! The link to the website is on this page.....
diesel
22/2/2021
11:07
What % does KDNC own in McCarthy mining?
urchin1
22/2/2021
09:33
Just for clarity, Cadence own 30% of mining leases that are not part of the current mining activity and won’t be for at least 6 years.
diesel
22/2/2021
09:29
Nice cup and handle formed
letmepass
22/2/2021
09:10
Market will catch up at 60p
letmepass
22/2/2021
08:55
Kdnc crazy how its 20p
eye2
22/2/2021
08:47
I've added on the back of that. Iirc KDNC own 30% of the project and Hastings bear all the costs
donald pond
22/2/2021
06:21
https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/hastings-technology-metals-ltd-ax-234600633.html Great news, truly a world class project.
golden prospect
22/2/2021
00:02
HAS news in. Its about to explode. Everything is coming together
letmepass
20/2/2021
19:21
David Lenigas @DavidLenigas ยท Feb 19 Blimey - I missed this one earlier. This is big news for @CadenceMinerals ⁩ : Update on the Amapa Iron Ore Project. There’s $200m of this Amapa iron ore ready to ship now. Thumbs upThumbs upThumbs upThumbs upThumbs upShip The board are doing an amazing job on this. #KDNC.
golden prospect
20/2/2021
11:47
Patience...the share price has gone up 4 fold in under a year! Most of this has been on the unfolding stories behind EMH and Amapa. As these become derisked so the interest grows, and when I say derisked that also implies less chance of dilution. As the old adage goes explore with equity and develop with debt..
diesel
20/2/2021
06:16
what is it then? the market are run by idiots who couldnt price a bag of gold if it was placed on scales for them
johncasey
20/2/2021
05:58
It's not the big big news the market is waiting for.
divmad
19/2/2021
19:44
Big big news and it ends down. Go figure
letmepass
19/2/2021
16:21
Well worth watching!
fhmktg
19/2/2021
12:47
Kiran interview today, listen from 2 min 31s, sounds like a settlement in principle with the bank creditors. Great news. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glfjamql1wM&feature=emb_logo
golden prospect
19/2/2021
11:36
'Greening' of economy to blame for Texas power outages as half its wind turbines freeze solid during winter storm Irina Slav Poilprice.com Tue, 16 Feb 2021 19:59 UTC wind turbines winter snow Great job, Greenies, Govts. The message that we need to electrify everything that currently uses fossil fuels to generate energy has become the dominant message of the energy transition. Solar, wind, and energy storage — perhaps with the help of hydropower and some nuclear — can handle the energy needs of mankind, the argument goes, and do it with a much lower carbon footprint. Yet, the Arctic cold wave that is sweeping across the United States has seriously undermined this argument. Natural gas prices exploded last week in many parts of the U.S. and are still rising higher, as are electricity prices. In Texas, a state unaccustomed to such weather, wholesale electricity prices hit $9,000 per MWh on the spot market, prompting at least one retail power supplier to urge its clients to switch to another provider to avoid huge utility bills. Blackouts are now a fact, with two million households across Texas without power at the time of writing. Authorities, meanwhile, are urging people to conserve energy by limiting their consumption. ERCOT has said the blackouts will be rolling, lasting for 45 minutes per area. This may not be a lot, but it does indicate the presence of a problem. Texas, the Wind Capital of the US Texas is the biggest producer of wind energy in the United States. Unfortunately, the state saw half of its wind turbines frozen by the icy winds blowing from Canada to parts of the US that were unaccustomed to such temperatures. Of a total 25 GW in wind power capacity, 12 GW were knocked out by the freezing spell. At the same time, there is a shortage of natural gas, likely because of the sudden spike in demand. And it could get worse. The cold spell has hit the oil and gas industry in Texas as well. Oil wells are being shuttered, and refineries are being shut down amid the blackouts caused by the deep freeze and a shortage of gas. Pipeline operations have also been affected by the blackouts, which could compromise gas supply further. "Attempting to electrify everything would concentrate our energy risks on an electricity grid that is already breaking under the surge in demand caused by the crazy cold weather," wrote veteran energy journalist Robert Bryce in an article for Forbes this week. The current weather situation, Bryce said, shows very well why it would be highly risky to put all our eggs, as it were, in the electricity basket. If we electrified everything, he argued, it will be only a matter of time before a much more serious blackout hits. Indeed, a blackout of massive proportions almost hit Europe earlier this year. The fact that the catastrophe was avoided was lucky, but the event highlighted two problems: over-reliance on intermittent solar and wind power, and a possibly excessive interconnectedness of the continent's national grids. Cost of Electrification Speaking of Europe, its solar power production has dropped to zero these days. No country except Slovenia is producing solar power right now, and Slovenia's production is a meager less than 1 percent of its total generation. Wind power is going strong in most of Europe, but solar is out. In Sweden, even wind power production is low because wind activity is low. So Sweden, which has ambitions to become all-renewable by 2040, is seeing a jump in electricity prices to the highest since 2011 and is urging people to conserve energy by reducing their consumption. Incidentally, it is also importing electricity from countries such as Poland and Lithuania, which generate it from coal, compromising Sweden's green commitment. This is telling us — in no uncertain terms — that the lack of diversification is the opposite of wise. It is as true of electricity supply as it is of economies and businesses. Total electrification and the shutting out of fossil fuels completely will mean blackouts. It's as simple as that. Because while the energy generated by the Sun and the wind comes free, it cannot be summoned when you need it, and even combined with energy storage, it will be insufficient. That's what fossil fuels are for. Incidentally, a report from last year forecast that the Earth was entering a cooling period because of a phenomenon called a Grand Solar Minimum that could last until 2053 and lead to a "noticeable reduction of terrestrial temperature.
johncasey
19/2/2021
09:05
Have we got a vessel to watch yet? 😊
mr.oz
19/2/2021
09:02
Anyone watch the TV program last night - on Petrol V Electric cars?Basically going to be a massive requirement for Lithium!Looks good for KDNC
urchin1
19/2/2021
08:56
KDNC look in transformational shape. Market asleep imo
golden prospect
19/2/2021
08:56
So, does kdnc own 20% of Amapa, or not?
divmad
19/2/2021
08:49
Great news. Start the ship watching. We obviously need KDNC to make the signing with DEV, but all going in the right direction.
golden prospect
19/2/2021
08:24
I’ve added a few this morning Gla
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