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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cerillion Plc LSE:CER London Ordinary Share GB00BYYX6C66 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 623.00 616.00 630.00 623.00 623.00 623.00 9,629 08:00:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 20.8 2.6 8.8 70.8 184

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/11/2007
09:00
I don't understand why Celtic doesn't promote its case to investors properly. - Show realised gold production & production targets for the next 2 - 3 years - Point out the increase in gold price since the bid - Look at expected profits based on this scenario for the next 2 - 3 years - Demonstrate a credible growth story on a stand-alone basis - Point out the value of other assets (Moly, cash, etc) It should be relatively easy to demonstrate that the current offer is extremely low.
tigerinvest
02/11/2007
09:41
Why dont you realise risk.. Someone can get 267 now guaranteed ...or maybe wait for 270 90% certain or a 10% chance of £3 plus.. It seems fair. I lobbed a few out at 276 and 275 pleased i did now..... I think you are looking at a done deal soon. But who knows
kermit
02/11/2007
08:53
I guess it could be that these people selling below the Severstal offer are distressed sellers looking for instant cash?, otherwise I can see no sense in it either. Good to see the Co. announcement the other day but would be much better to see some broker reports coming out that confirm the ridiculous under-valuation here and why Severstal's offer should be placed firmly in the bin. Personally, I wish they would just sod off, even if they raise their offer, it'll be no-where near a price that truly reflects the upturn that will occur here if things go as planned over the next two years.
shutler
02/11/2007
08:42
Still it makes no sense to sell at 267 if you can get 270 for sure from Severstal with signficant upwards potential if the intial bid will not get the required control.
zolota
01/11/2007
12:59
We are a large holder of VOG and they are nearly bust which may account for some of the price drop H
hpreston
01/11/2007
09:01
Excellent exploration results. Severstal better raise the price quickly before the market will raise the price. The small drop earlier today is strange. A lot more gold and a much higher gold price, with both only going up up. It is only a matter of time before CER will do the same. Hold on.
zolota
30/10/2007
09:58
Chevy, Taking into account the $100 increase of gold, we could expect additional earnings of $9mln for 2007est ($15mln for 2008est). This should give us an additional value of $135mln ($225mln) at a p/e of 15 on this basis alone.
tigerinvest
29/10/2007
17:17
With the share price so close to the bid of 270p, it appears that the market does not think that there is a rival bid out there. There dont even appear to be any romours, apart from Celtic's vague references to an unnamed party
bonzophil
29/10/2007
16:24
A bid of 300p gets this company... you will just have some hard ball Institutions left in now and they will drive a better bargain but Celtic are gone.
kermit
26/10/2007
09:59
With gold rallying and good progress to pump up both Moly and Gold production it feels like a silly offer. CER should be able to achieve a profit of around 50 mln USD next year. If you take into account the cash position and the exploration potential I think Severstal should be happy that they managed to get such a high stake for a bargain. The chance that Severstal will give it up if they can't get the remaining shares for 270 is nihil IMHO. Therefore the final controling stake should cost a lot more.
zolota
26/10/2007
07:23
MUCH TO LOW A PRICE THEY CAN GO AND GET STUFFED
sagem
26/10/2007
07:21
Looks like the offer has been made official.... no change in the offer price and too low for me to accept!
kibb2
24/10/2007
08:12
Good to see that it's still business as usual: LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Anglo Asian Mining PLC said Celtic Resources Holdings PLC agreed to buy the company's Carbon in Leach (CIL) plant for 7.5 mln usd, or 7.0 mln after fees. Anglo Asian said a non-refundable deposit of 10 pct will be paid this week and that the transaction is expected to be completed by the first week in November. Celtic said the 1.5 mln tonne per annum processing plant will be used to accelerate the planned significant expansion of production at the Suzdal mine. Celtic said the purchase will allow it to make a "significant saving" on its budgeted capital expenditure for the expansion of the mine. The plant is currently stored in Singapore and Texas and arrangements to ship the parts to Kazakhstan are underway, Celtic said. Anglo Asian said the proceeds from the sale will help it fund its Gedabek project in Azerbaijan. "Anglo Asian now has approaching half of the funding it will require to build the Gedabek project, whose economics look increasingly favourable given current sentiment in the gold market," said Simon Toyne, an analyst at Numis Securities. He estimates the company requires a further 19 mln usd to build the project, which could come from a number of sources including some equity funding.
tigerinvest
23/10/2007
07:41
business carrys on, dont see Foo really wanting this to go, maybe vog will make a bid after all, and its taking all this time to get the finance sorted
tsmith9426
19/10/2007
17:49
Chevyplus I dont beleive anything anyone says i just want to see the money and at the moment i see they have purchased 30% and have got commitments for more. i just want the most money then i am off. I dont want to be right or wrong i just want to not look at this with starry eyes thats all. I hope someone bids £4 great i will get more money but i just cant see it.
kermit
19/10/2007
16:03
Kermit, I think you would find Barrick will go with whoever offers the best price.If you can believe all that Severstal says I think you may be a little nieve.Their thoughts of making Celtic a subsiduary would seem a little far fetched for me. Chevyplus
chevyplus
19/10/2007
14:45
Shutler I totally agree with you.
eastwind
19/10/2007
08:04
SAGEM I agree but that advert may aswell go in a local news agents.
kermit
19/10/2007
07:48
NO WONDER CELTIC IS SUCH A BID TARGET • A highly experienced management team with a strategy for driving shareholder value • An excellent portfolio of assets, with gold production expected to reach 90,000 ounces in 2007 and planned to rise substantially in 2008; and molybdenum production anticipated to reach 1.5 million pounds in 2007 • The proven ability to use the technologically advanced biological process for gold recovery (BIOX(R)) for gold production in the Former Soviet Union • A track record of generating profits from the trading of mining assets • A strong financial position, with cash of US$34.4 million at 30 June 2007, and a further US$26.5 million in cash received for the sale of Miheevskoye at the end of July 2007 • Direct exposure to the financial benefits of a high gold price
sagem
19/10/2007
07:11
Kermit >> I think the fact that Barrick have expressed their willingness to sell is quite unsurprising. As soon as the Nez. deal was not going to happen (with Celtic that is), Barricks's strategic stake would have become a bit of an oddity as Celtic was no longer going to have a project of scale that would interest them. That is not to say that they don't have some decent projects and the potential to generate some very decent cash flows! As such, I would say that the Barrick sale can be looked at separately when considering the major shareholders.
kibb2
18/10/2007
21:53
chevyplus Well they didnt have a lot of trouble getting nearly 30% under £2! and one of the major shareholders have already said they can have theirs aswell. We will be lucky to get £3 here and i will be happy with that Celtic will never get the valuation you all think... Anyone for VOG shares?? The city have had enough of FOO and his antics
kermit
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