Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Condor Gld LSE:CNR London Ordinary Share GB00B8225591 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 50.50p 50.00p 51.00p 50.50p 50.50p 50.50p 11,600 07:55:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -7.7 14.5 3.5 30.99

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30/6/2017
10:11
Some good feedback to last nights presentation on LSE & new presentation slides on web site I believe.
plasybryn
29/6/2017
14:14
The RNS uses the word 'excellent' to describe the latest drilling results. They are indeed excellent and should lead to a substantial increase in the value of the mine. It must be a frustration to Mark Child that the market is not responding to this good news as it is to me!
888icb
29/6/2017
08:18
Great drill results this morning.
plasybryn
28/6/2017
11:20
Mark Child will be presenting at the Proactive One2One Forum tomorrow evening at the Chesterfield Hotel in Mayfair from 6pm. For details and registration, click here: https://tinyurl.com/mxx42zh
aim_trader
23/6/2017
20:48
AF, I agree it's not a total surprise that the IFC might be interested in funding us, but that's a lot different to MC stating that they are interested in funding us. I'm not unhappy about that, but feel MC may have been a little bit loose tongued on this occasion :)
temujiin
22/6/2017
14:43
I'm afraid LSE (London South East) is the best forum for discussion on CNR.
psolomons
22/6/2017
08:24
6 posts this year, so far (7 inc this one)........!
goldenshare888
22/6/2017
07:26
T, I'm not sure that it's so surprising that the IFC may be interested in funding us. They have been quite active in their support of our operations and are a not insignificant shareholder investor.
sir andrew ffoulkes
21/6/2017
20:59
Thanks for sharing AF. Good to know the IFC are still active. Am surprised Mark would email 'The IFC is interested in providing the bank debt for a new mine at Mina La India.' That seems quite important information that I wasn't aware of. Will copy over to iii in case those there don't read here. Cheers
temujiin
21/6/2017
20:20
Thank you for passing that on Sir Andrew. I think we are getting close to a major step forward for Condor and the recent purchase of 100k at 60p by Jim Mellon is a key indicator. Jim has been involved with Condor from the time before it had even thought of Nicaragua. I have followed Jim Mellon for many years and it was a purchase by him that first caused me to invest in Condor. I have been in the money for a long time but have missed 2 opportunities to sell for £2 per share! I don't intend to miss it the next time but I hope the decision will be made for me by a sale of the Company for more than £2 per share.
888icb
21/6/2017
15:21
I put the following question to MC and have permission to quote him: Question "Further to last weeks meetings, do you feel we made progress? I know you want us to focus on drilling at the moment but the elephant in the rooms remains the PC and subsequent EIA." Reply: "Yes, a team of four people from the IFC conducted a site visit of La India Project last week and were given an update by our technical teams. This was the IFC’s 5th site visit to La India. The IFC mining team included an investment director, technical director, environmental specialist and social specialist. Following the site visit the IFC mining team had a one on one meeting with the Minister of Energy and Mines and the Director General of the Department of Mines. The Minister assured them that he and the Government support the building of a new mine at Mina La India. Earlier in the week another team from the IFC met the Minister of Energy and Mines to discuss further investment in the renewable energy sector. As you know the IFC is the investment arm of the World Bank. Last week the World Bank lent US$18m to Nicaragua hxxp://www.worldbank.org/en/news/loans-credits/2017/06/12/nicaragua---additional-financing-second-land-administration-project in April 2017 the World Bank lent US$55m to Nicaragua hxxp://www.worldbank.org/en/news/loans-credits/2017/04/17/nicaragua---alliance-for-education-quality-project. The World Bank/IFC has significant influence with the Government and has stepped up its lending to Nicaragua as the oil subsidies from Venezuela ended last year. The IFC is interested in providing the bank debt for a new mine at Mina La India. Mark"
sir andrew ffoulkes
21/6/2017
15:21
I put the following question to MC and have permission to quote him: Question "Further to last weeks meetings, do you feel we made progress? I know you want us to focus on drilling at the moment but the elephant in the rooms remains the PC and subsequent EIA." Reply: "Yes, a team of four people from the IFC conducted a site visit of La India Project last week and were given an update by our technical teams. This was the IFC’s 5th site visit to La India. The IFC mining team included an investment director, technical director, environmental specialist and social specialist. Following the site visit the IFC mining team had a one on one meeting with the Minister of Energy and Mines and the Director General of the Department of Mines. The Minister assured them that he and the Government support the building of a new mine at Mina La India. Earlier in the week another team from the IFC met the Minister of Energy and Mines to discuss further investment in the renewable energy sector. As you know the IFC is the investment arm of the World Bank. Last week the World Bank lent US$18m to Nicaragua hxxp://www.worldbank.org/en/news/loans-credits/2017/06/12/nicaragua---additional-financing-second-land-administration-project in April 2017 the World Bank lent US$55m to Nicaragua hxxp://www.worldbank.org/en/news/loans-credits/2017/04/17/nicaragua---alliance-for-education-quality-project. The World Bank/IFC has significant influence with the Government and has stepped up its lending to Nicaragua as the oil subsidies from Venezuela ended last year. The IFC is interested in providing the bank debt for a new mine at Mina La India. Mark"
sir andrew ffoulkes
07/6/2017
10:24
Nice to hear from you Buzzzzz. I hope we will have something interesting to discuss before too long!
888icb
07/6/2017
08:49
8881CB Just to let you know you are not on your own!!!!!
buzzzzzzzz
06/6/2017
07:31
Gold moving up this morning
888icb
05/6/2017
23:38
A small rise today and 2 nice Buys at the close of 35000 and 25000.
888icb
23/5/2017
21:35
Good to see Jim Mellon add 100000 shares. He is nobody's fool and has been in CNR for many years. A very positive indicator in my experience.
888icb
23/5/2017
16:41
If someone makes an offer we could top £2.80 in 2017
888icb
23/5/2017
15:15
280p a share in 2007
chickenrun1
23/5/2017
15:08
Jim Mellon adds 100,000 shares Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/condor-gld-CNR/share-news/Condor-Gold-PLC-Directors-Dealing/74674835
goneawol
22/5/2017
08:03
Https://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/7325F_1-2017-5-19.pdf
goneawol
22/5/2017
07:22
RNS Highly encouraging drill results reported this morning increasing the amount of gold at La India.
888icb
25/4/2017
08:41
Bloomberg yesterday mentioned that Mineros SA a 40 year old Colombian private mining company is looking to increase its gold operations by buying up sufficiently large gold reserves. I imagine that Nicaragua is close enough to be of interest to Condor Gold. I have emailed MC to make him aware if he wasn't already.
marketeer4
24/4/2017
13:44
hTtps://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/CNDGF/news/OTC-Markets-Group-Welcomes-Condor-Gold-to-OTCQX?id=156777&b=y
sir andrew ffoulkes
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