Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cambridge Mineral Resources LSE:CMR London Ordinary Share GB0001826303 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.34p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining - - - - 1.25

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18/7/2017
19:21
Sedar.com: Toronto, Ontario, July 14, 2017 – Emerita Resources Corp. Corporate Update The Company also announces that the non-binding letter of intent with a large mining company regarding the proposed acquisition of the Masa Valverde Project by the Company has been terminated.
vanbrussel
28/6/2017
10:55
That just leaves Burton & Slater on board? It's a family affair! Iberian Gold Bond anyone? Bunch of muppets thanking each other for being a complete & utter failure. Final nail in the company coffin surely can't be too far off?
lochlea
23/6/2017
23:23
I like to think of it as everlasting goodwill. To be fair we have only been waiting 14yrs which is not a long while, but I am not sure really how much longer it can continue to pay the money out without some earnings coming in. You never know ???????????????
maxwell
22/6/2017
17:35
Its how they pass the time in the office. names in a hat and see whom is the chairman for the day I can see it now Meeting goes like this wanted chairman, with a fat salary and all the gold you can eat. Put your name in the hat. One gets the job, then the disappointment nom money & no gold Next week the cycle starts again. They remind me of a goldfish it goes around the tank once an when it reaches the last starting point it has forgotten it has been their before.
vauch
22/6/2017
15:07
A diminishing money pot will have that effect. What's the betting a winding up order is next?
digger2779
22/6/2017
14:52
Another resignation announced on home page !!!!!
2trying
21/6/2017
10:39
Burton resigns & retires. Seemingly then gets re-appointed to BoD. No announcement. I see he's apparently become Chairman of CMR. No announcement to that effect. Mickey Mouse outfit.
lochlea
20/6/2017
23:54
Hi CP - and all - So we've lost Mr Sanchez and Mr Hall within a coupla months . What's (who's) left ? What next I wonder ? What opinions good people ? I also look forward to mine57's input on this thread....
2trying
20/6/2017
10:04
CP, Given the lack of activity here, it makes you wonder why he can't spend the little time needed?
andy
20/6/2017
09:16
16 June 2017 BOARD CHANGE Cambridge Mineral Resources plc, ("CMR" or "the Company"), the mineral exploration company, announces that Geoffrey Hall has resigned from his role as director of the Company in order to focus on his other interests. Michael Burton, chairman, commented: "On behalf of the Company I would like to offer our deepest thanks to Geoffrey for his work at CMR. His vision, skills and financial support have sustained the business through some challenging times which continue in the road ahead. Geoffrey remains a significant stakeholder in CMR and he will continue to follow developments with interest. The Board wishes him the very best in his other activities." ENQUIRIES: T: +44 (0) 1707 657762 F: +44 (0) 1707 658323 E: enquiries@cambmin.co.uk cambmin.co.uk
channel pirate
04/6/2017
11:13
maxell, It will be nothing,I'm sure of that.
andy
02/6/2017
17:45
Thanks very helpful, thought it would not be very much.
maxwell
02/6/2017
16:30
digger - you forgot - where do the shareholders get their money to buy the ice cream cones in the first place ??
channel pirate
02/6/2017
16:18
cp - we will be swimming in cash and shareholders will be rewarded with hundreds and thousands sprinkled on their ice cream cone.
digger2779
02/6/2017
16:08
Well Maxwell,......... Mr Slater confirmed recently on here that Cambridge have a 1.5% smelter return royalty. Now reading the above it states that Glencore will retain a 2.5% smelter return royalty should they sell Massa Valverde to Emerita Resources Corp. So does that make a total 4% smelter return royalty that Emerita will have to honour or will Cambridge get their 1.5% from Glencore's 2.5% ?? Doesn't really matter to CMR shareholders though, as the net return to the Cambridge shareholder will still be Zilch after the Cambridge B.O.D's take what they have decided they are having and also the Creditors have come in for their feed - not even sure there would be any bones left to gnaw on !!
channel pirate
02/6/2017
15:03
The above means what??? to shareholders in CMR ?
maxwell
31/5/2017
19:57
"The Company [EMERITA RESOURCES CORP.] is satisfied with the results of its due diligence, and negotiations to reach a definitive agreement are ongoing" Emerita Resources Corp Filling on Sedar May 30, 2017 Management’s Discussion and Analysis Q1-2017 Page 6: Masa Valverde Zinc Project In March 2017, the Company entered into a letter of intent (“LOI”) to acquire 100% of the rights to the Masa Valverde Zinc project, located in a 14-square kilometer area in the highly prolific Iberian Pyrite Belt in the Andalucía region of southern Spain. The Andalucía region in an area well serviced with infrastructure as well as several producing base metal mines. The Masa Valverde project hosts a classic, polymetallic, volcanogenic massive sulphide (“VMS”) deposit that is locally enriched in gold and contains zinc rich massive sulphide zones and a copper rich zone, as is characteristic for VMS deposits. Drilling to date has outlined a sulphide body that is greater than 1,200 meters long and greater than 200 meters wide. The mineralization remains open for expansion by further drilling. The Company is satisfied with the results of its due diligence, and negotiations to reach a definitive agreement are ongoing. As consideration for the transaction, subject to and following execution of definitive agreements, the Company shall pay €4.5 million in cash to the Vendor on the following schedule:  €500,000 within 30 days of executing a definitive purchase agreement  €800,000 on the one year anniversary of executing a definitive purchase agreement  €3,200,000 on the second-year anniversary of executing a definitive purchase agreement The Vendor will retain a 2.5% net smelter return royalty on production from the Project and will, at its option, provide offtake for the products.
vanbrussel
11/5/2017
11:14
Thanks for all your hard work Jose. What was it you actually did to enhance shareholders value here? Are we one step closer to A) a relist B) a winding up order or C) another few years of thumb twiddling as there's still a bit of dosh to extract if you are a director that is.
digger2779
11/5/2017
10:55
10 May 2017 BOARD CHANGE Cambridge Mineral Resources plc, ("CMR" or "the Company"), the mineral exploration company, announces that Jose Navalon Sanchez has resigned from his role as director of the Company in order to focus on his other interests. Geoffrey Hall, chairman, commented: "On behalf of the CMR I would like to offer my thanks to Jose Navalon for his work at the Company. The Board wishes him well in his other activities."
channel pirate
11/5/2017
08:47
Yes if a capitol gain to offset against otherwise no point....
maxwell
08/5/2017
06:59
The following question was asked in February.......... john185 2 Feb '17 - 20:18 - 17943 of 17979 0 0 As these shares have been suspended for so long can anybody tell me if it is possible to declare them as a loss that can be offset against a capital gain on another investment. Can't realize the loss by selling as they are suspended, and a quick internet search indicated that the Revenue have a classification of 'shares of negligible value' for suspended aim shares but I cannot find CMR in their list. Thanks The Answer is.......... YES, it is possible as 2 weeks ago I received a complete refund of a "large" Capital Gain Tax that I had to pay against an Investment Property I sold 2 years ago. The refund was offset against the loss made against Cambridge Mineral Resources shares I hold. Hope this may help anyone that was fortunate enough to pay Capital Gains Tax on any investment they had.
channel pirate
05/4/2017
11:06
He is correct West by West. There is nothing positive to say about CMR. We wish there was. SO you have something positive to say, or just criticising?
jle
04/4/2017
09:32
Do you ever have anything positive to say Andy you must live a sad life. A sad man.
westbywest
04/4/2017
09:17
JLE, Aye, what few rules AIM makes are often ignored with impunity! I remember those trenches in Bulgaria, how long ago is that?
andy
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