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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
  -1.60 -4.02% 38.20 38.00 40.00 39.50 39.00 39.50 51,221 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.3 -1.2 - 52

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12/7/2021
15:11
This week the pendulum on its way up, may it continue to 70p.
book5
12/7/2021
11:53
Hi Sir, I concur that seems to be the case. In the future, once production starts, we could adapt if required bcs we would make even more money if they were to be re-settled. Regards B.
book5
12/7/2021
11:27
The villagers did not want to be re-settled, that is why CNR plans changed to the current ones. Whilst I can accept peoples minds can be changed I simply do not believe enough of them now want to be re-settled after fighting to remain where they are previously.
sir andrew ffoulkes
12/7/2021
10:36
I agree, there are hidden agendas in all stakeholders. What I hear from all stakeholders I need to take with a pitch of salt. Check kitco what has just happened in honduras with Aura (TSX: ORA , gold copper miner ) and the locals. My point is that they could turn against us, and I would prefer if they were relocated with goverment help. It seems cnr and u do not want the delay. I would sleep easier if they were relocated, I do not fully trust the whole situation (ie locals) is under control. But I carry on with my investment. Hopefully all will be ok.
book5
12/7/2021
10:26
I think the problem is that you can become too close to local gossip, that may serve particular agendas and perhaps lose sight of the bigger picture at regional, governmental and country level. What Jose and Miguel might say down the local bar doesn't always have any real meaning for us, perhaps occasionally but certainly not always of relevance
sir andrew ffoulkes
12/7/2021
10:17
Exactly Sir Andrew. I am pleased to see book5 has now changed his tune and not for the first time. He should have conducted his survey before setting hares running on this bb.
888icb
12/7/2021
09:32
The reason CNR have taken so long about things was re-settlement, it's an issue dealt with years ago.
sir andrew ffoulkes
11/7/2021
07:42
HI all, I have been doing a small survey. The result is that it seems that the locals are not overconcerned about the noise, and they have heard nothing about resettlement. This result surprised me. It seems all is ok with CNR, and the surrounding villages. Regards B.
book5
09/7/2021
16:31
It makes lots of sense to relocate them: - economically for cnr - public health - political: adherance to best practice Going to be a longer journey. All good and exciting We need to start negotiating , since the beginning of time, there have not been negotiations with the cooperative... Goverment seems absent ....?
book5
09/7/2021
16:23
I know a person that works at limon. I am in contact with him. In nicaragua, there are complaints from locals living close to mines, I dont know all details but i remember some villagers were offered relocation and they refused, then they complained ( went to social media). There is an organisation that goes against industrial mining in nicaragua and other local countries. I am sure u can find it through google, they have a facebook webpage too, I seldom receive messages from them. Always good to try to be excellent. We have enemies, we should not give them ammunition to go against us.
book5
09/7/2021
15:06
Book, do you have any contacts that work at el limon or live in the village at el Limon? You talk about the village etc. Now, I've never been to Nicaragua but have been looking on good old Google earth. There is a village that is literally next to the el Limon mine. People can simply Google earth el Limon mine and can also find a birds eye view on la cruz de la India. It's hard to 100% confirm where the La India vein set is located on Google earth but I have a rough guess.
sherwood58
08/7/2021
07:26
The coop's land is full of gold. A miner has been blessed by finding a rich vein, he is extracting 100gr per week with a hammer. In two months he has adquired substantial assets. How will we convince him to give away his tunnel? Imho He has more rights than us, bcs he is mining it. This is what we are facing: There is plenty of gold all around but we need to find a solution that is agreeable to all parts: villagers, cnr, cooperative and goverment. Miners and cnr want gold Villagers want a peaceful place to live Goverment want taxes.
book5
07/7/2021
16:52
888ic "Now you are saying they do want to move" Villagers will explote anything to their favour, ie get money. We cant be naive, they will complain when mining operations start. To avoid problems we need to ask the goverment to short this mess before we swap land. Before villagers were supporting the landlords, but as the land-owners sold, many villagers feel now that they were betrayed by the landlords, and there should be a resettlement of the whole village . Besides under the village is where apparently the better grades are. So we should not forget the villagers from the negotiations, neither the gold under the village.
book5
07/7/2021
16:04
You heard it, listen attentively to MC, he mentioned land swap. This is a mine field ! We need to be careful no to swap land till all is agreed。 Delays are a matter of live, but things need to be done correctly Ignore problems at our peril , this mine for its proximity to village is not to international standards, the building of the berm may not be sufficient to satisfy minimum distace, it may be opened to interpretation
book5
07/7/2021
15:57
I thought we had suffered considerable delay reworking the mine because the villagers didn’t want to move. Now you are saying they do want to move and CNR should give them land to mine which I have not heard Condor mention.
888icb
07/7/2021
15:14
Some villagers are already saying they will not be able to live there with a mine next door, and want to sell their houses. But I agree some dont want lo leave, mainly bcs they are against industrial mining. Here is where goverment should intervine bcs there is an opportunity for the majority to benefit, specially the villagers Cemetery cant be touched. Imho the general opinion has shifted and now favours selling the properties and moving away. I have been told that some have already bought property outside the village
book5
07/7/2021
15:04
Imho -Construction permit does not allow to mine. -a mining permit allows both to mine and build. Risk is we give away las mestiza and then the goverment does not give us the mining permit bcs village is too close to operations. We cant afford to be naive, this is a negotiation with 4 stakeholers: cnr, coop, villagers and goverment.
book5
07/7/2021
14:52
Sadly my naivety and gullibility leaves me way too long. I relying on your 12/10 enthusiasm to drag us above water!
diggybee
07/7/2021
14:43
My understanding is that CNR submitted a request for Producer status and because we had not received a negative response from the government in 30 days MC has been told that this is not a problem and we should continue construction. My point is that MC is being bloody naive and he should not run the business on a nod and a wink. You can be sure that there are forces both within Nicaragua and external that would look to benefit from a paperwork error.
bahamasoil
07/7/2021
14:31
Everyone knows that CNR will raise further capital and debt to fund the mine construction. That is a known and is in the price. Marks hope is raise the share price considerably before that happens to minimise dilution. If that’s your view DB you have presumably sold.
888icb
07/7/2021
14:22
Big figure 30 likely then on drift defence...and the inevitable capital raise.
diggybee
07/7/2021
13:58
Imho , yes, A mining permit. I will be surprised if the villagers are not moved away (despite previuos agreement with current goverment) before we give away part of la mestiza (which goverment said before was not necessary, but now it seems cpo is not on its way). So imho all its opened to renegotiation till all is signed off..
book5
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