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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Condor Gold Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 36.00 35.00 37.00 36.00 35.50 36.00 70,722 13:33:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.3 -1.2 - 49

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25/5/2021
10:42
Oh yes 100% land ownership is an issue. And that will also be apparent if and when it is ever resolved. But until it is resolved it is not resolved and therefore an issue. To me it is as simple as that. Saying it is not an issue is a little Disingenuous
diggybee
25/5/2021
10:41
We expect within the next couple of weeks to have a permit to construct the mine from the Government. We will immediately commence the construction as the plant starts to arrive on site. I am struggling to understand why it’s all about the last 5% of the land(which Mark says is not an issue. The land is clearly not affecting the progress of the project towards production so we have time. Perhaps the 5% thought construction couldn’t start without their land. Once they have lost that leverage they will not be able to hold Condor to ransom.
888icb
25/5/2021
09:48
Diggy Imho all is about the land. When mr market knows it is resolved then the share price will adjust itself. We do Not have idea how long it will take, we were told it will take time. I read this as it could weeks, months, or may be even years? I suspect the results of the drilling will accelerate things. Regards
book5
25/5/2021
09:39
It does always seem odd to me that if there is such bonanza opportunity, the share price can be moved down on what amounts to pocket money. In other words, there really are not any material buyers of this at all.
diggybee
25/5/2021
09:33
No need to feel the need to apologise for my thoughts 888ICB, I'm not the only frustrated shareholder here. I'm sure MC's doing a stellar job and not twiddling his thumbs, but that's the way I feel like it or not. You obviously feel the opposite and that's fine and dandy as well.
connect5
25/5/2021
09:06
Diggy Imho the liar man comnent has some truth in regards the land, but we are swiming in gold resources. Many people are feeling big land owners sold the village, and hope the cooperative will stand its ground and negotiates well, but they see this difficult if the goverment intervines. We are closer than ever to a resolution. We need a judge with the wisdom of Salomon to bring a fair resolution.
book5
25/5/2021
08:54
I am sorry you have such negative thoughts as the construction of the mine is about to commence.The timeline to production or any earlier sale gets shorter everyday. I am sure that while Mark is at the mine he will have news for us.
888icb
25/5/2021
08:41
Not a waste if 1/ can actually produce gold, hopefully in some size, without being massively diluted, or 2/ sell it to someone at a high price who believes they can produce goldUntil then, everything is academic...there are just some mark Twain holes in the ground with a few potential liars on the top of them.
diggybee
25/5/2021
08:35
My fear lurker5 is that you may well be correct and the fear is 10 years wasted in time energy and investment. Needless to say I hope that's not the case.
connect5
25/5/2021
08:06
Locals say 3'new teams for the new drill rig have been hired, it appears they will start working this week. Hopefuly cnr finds more gold to settle the land in miners favour and we all are happy afterwards . Lets see if we are blessed with good results, we should. Gla
book5
24/5/2021
22:45
connect etc. Many shares defy 'logic'. The market is for trading shares, not for valuing them. If there aren't enough investors interested or are looking elsewhere, lack of volume will make any share or any asset 'defy logic'. On the other hand too many investors wanting something will make it 'defy logic' on the upside. You should be looking for a sector or a share which 'defies logic' and accept you'll have to wait until it gets noticed or becomes wanted. Perhaps it never will !
lurker5
24/5/2021
18:16
The more drilling rigs the better. Rumours than this week Rodio will add a new rig to la Mestiza. Lets see if the one a la India continues drilling at the east side of the Ravine, if so, Rodio will have three rigs working for condor. Kluame has at least one in Cacao. Gla
book5
21/5/2021
17:09
It's what might have been known once as a rum old thing.
diggybee
21/5/2021
15:48
All we need is to be blessed with more gold resources. it is like to hunt for a tapas bar around my home town, there are plenty.:) We are in the right town and any road will do, so for me it is keep going and adding.
book5
21/5/2021
14:22
888ICB how can you be surprised in all honesty if you've been invested here for years? This share defies logic fullstop.
connect5
21/5/2021
13:03
Just 10 trades so far for volume of 142000 and down 1%. Let’s see if we get any interest this afternoon in anticipation of perhaps further drill results next week or indeed other news. It is hard to understand how we can be below 50p.
888icb
21/5/2021
08:42
Good Rumours are cnr has started drilling on the other side of the ravine. Apparently this area was not previously industrially mined because even though it contains plenty of gold its grades appear not to be so good. If findings are adequate I am wondering if that area would be a suitable land for the miners as it is closer to the town. Following last presentation MC should had arrived to Nicaragua by now. Exciting times. Gla
book5
21/5/2021
07:28
Article in today press about importance of gold mining in nicaragua and need to prepare other industries when mines life come to an end hTtps://www.laprensa.com.ni/2021/05/21/economia/2826498-nicaragua-ya-alcanza-los-niveles-de-extraccion-de-oro-registrados-en-la-decada-de-los-sesenta-estos-son-los-factores
book5
20/5/2021
07:35
What I hear is the young are enthusiast to start with the technical courses sponsored by CNR. Courses start next month, and cover driving & maintaining the yellow coloured plant, and other subjects like industrial maintenance (electrical, mechanical, computing, welding etc). CNR has done a very good job visiting the miners, helping to fill the forms, collecting paperwork... Courses are taking place during the weekend and CNR will provide a bus. All miners I know want jobs. Courses are for those under 35 years of age, some last 27 weeks, other 40 weeks. A part from the courses enthusiasm, I would not trivialised their request for land, imno the land will be for old miners and future generations. As we don't want to loose our concession, neither they want to loose their land only for cash. I am positive a solution, involving land, will be found. In regards the cash compensation now we have the results of the drilling on the coop land, so we should be able to put a value to that gold, and split it in cash + new land? I believe a good time to start the negotiations would be when the construction permit is issued, people sees the mill coming in, and the younger start attending the courses. All of this will happen in June... What is happens with the tool mining agreement? The last condition, the drilling at the Mestiza, should have started by now, so perhaps we could start extracting material on those few areas already drilled? We should have good news soon, here there is hope.
book5
19/5/2021
19:19
To be honest even the elections are not a concern, the government is highly unlikely to object to a de facto construction request. We are now well into that 30 business days wait period. If they don’t then the timing of the last 5% can wait as long as necessary (even to after the elections). The key here is the grant of the construction consent, not the land acquisition.
sir andrew ffoulkes
19/5/2021
18:14
Sir Andrew, probably you are right. The only pitfall is the elections / political situation in the country. Nevertheless, we already have "socialism" in Nicaragua, so as long as our common friend Jeremy C. is not emigrating it cannot get worse 😅 L is for labour, L is for lice
oldiegoldie
19/5/2021
17:41
It is my guess that the coop have been made an offer of sorts and that they are possibly holding out for more, I do not think negotiations are taking place. If they don't make a move I think we will be in a rapid CPO scenario and they will be ignored and simply get what they are given. I would be panicking if I was a member of the coop, they have little if any negotiating power, despite what THEY may think. Book5 you may be too close to the situation to see the wood for the trees, do not imagine the coop matter as much as they think they do.
sir andrew ffoulkes
19/5/2021
16:49
As far as I remember Mark said that all the land has a price (meaning we could buy it at any moment), but that said price is high. Therefore the land is not the critical path. In the worst case, when everything else is ready, we could still go right ahead and buy it any moment.
oldiegoldie
19/5/2021
16:33
Sir Do u expect cnr will make an offer inmidiately after we receive the construction permit? I wonder weather cnr will be offering land too.
book5
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