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  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.625 0.00 00:00:00
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0.60 0.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.57 -13.84 -0.43 2
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- O 0 0.625 GBX

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25/3/2019
21:28
1rodson: SOMEOME PLEASE PASS THIS TO LOCHLEA ITS FROM LSE..... CANT SAY THAT ROD NEVER WARNED Y'ALL LOCHLEA SHOULD BE STRUNG UP! Dan_Aaron191214 Posts: 210 Opinion: No Opinion Price: 0.625 RE: CRAFri 12:46Let’s face it we’ve all been shafted and lost our money. Many of us got lead up the garden path and lost a lot of money. Especially they guys pre CRA. Good luck everyone in new ventures.
10/1/2019
10:00
1rodson: Otimisitism rules over on LSE as they claim that the price of copper is on the up. That's far from as its way down on what it was last year and down further even on year 17 This old dog share is going nowhere ......you have been conned. Copper Prices - Historical Annual Data Year Average Closing Price Year Open Year High Year Low Year Close Annual % Change 2019 $2.6263 $2.6230 $2.6560 $2.5680 $2.6560 0.97% 2018 $2.9333 $3.2780 $3.3000 $2.5600 $2.6304 -20.20% 2017 $2.8128 $2.4890 $3.2995 $2.4890 $3.2963 31.65% 2016 $2.2010 $2.0795 $2.6915 $1.9435 $2.5039 17.38% 2015 $2.4947 $2.8175 $2.9350 $2.0210 $2.1331 -24.57% 2014 $3.1058 $3.3815 $3.3815 $2.8266 $2.8281 -16.95% 2013 $3.3385 $3.7360 $3.7845 $3.0245 $3.4055 -6.70% 2012 $3.6101 $3.5285 $3.9785 $3.2850 $3.6502 6.26% 2011 $4.0039 $4.4575 $4.6285 $3.0575 $3.4351 -22.73% 2010 $3.4361 $3.4060 $4.4455 $2.7660 $4.4455 32.99% 2009 $2.3721 $1.4610 $3.3427 $1.3960 $3.3427 137.58% 2008 $3.1145 $3.0640 $4.0635 $1.2595 $1.4070 -53.70% 2007 $3.2317 $2.6490 $3.7635 $2.4165 $3.0389 5.97% 2006 $3.0597 $2.0485 $3.9230 $2.0485 $2.8676 38.81% 2005 $1.6254 $1.4735 $2.1679 $1.3430 $2.0659 41.56% 2004 $1.2854 $1.0870 $1.4758 $1.0665 $1.4594 39.66% 2003 $0.8126 $0.7180 $1.0450 $0.7110 $1.0450 48.99% 2002 $0.7199 $0.6580 $0.7860 $0.6580 $0.7014 6.63% 2001 $0.7295 $0.8115 $0.8615 $0.6060 $0.6578 -22.03% 2000 $0.8437 $0.8480 $0.9360 $0.7435 $0.8437 -2.00% 1999 $0.7265 $0.6540 $0.8609 $0.6135 $0.8609 28.44% 1998 $0.7547 $0.7745 $0.8565 $0.6515 $0.6703 -13.91% 1997 $1.0280 $1.0215 $1.2220 $0.7698 $0.7786 -22.73% 1996 $1.0385 $1.1810 $1.2555 $0.8437 $1.0077 -17.17% 1995 $1.3262 $1.3370 $1.4575 $1.2110 $1.2166 -12.44% 1994 $1.0653 $0.8025 $1.3895 $0.7860 $1.3895 66.95% 1993 $0.8565 $1.0640 $1.0760 $0.7260 $0.8323 -19.54% 1992 $1.0312 $0.9570 $1.1635 $0.9435 $1.0344 6.22% 1991 $1.0414 $1.1930 $1.1930 $0.9665 $0.9738 -16.87% 1990 $1.1546 $1.0620 $1.3355 $0.9565 $1.1714 9.98% 1989 $1.2255 $1.3670 $1.4955 $0.9880 $1.0651 -23.21% 1988 $1.0849 $1.2550 $1.5600 $0.8582 $1.3870 5.78% 1987 $0.7700 $0.6135 $1.3700 $0.6020 $1.3112 114.95% 1986 $0.6200 $0.6435 $0.6860 $0.5695 $0.6100 -4.69% 1985 $0.6147 $0.5640 $0.6590 $0.5640 $0.6400 12.20% 1984 $0.6198 $0.6595 $0.7175 $0.5510 $0.5704 -14.55% 1983 $0.7264 $0.7130 $0.8150 $0.6110 $0.6675 -3.80% 1982 $0.6662 $0.7590 $0.7590 $0.5440 $0.6939 -7.90% 1981 $0.7995 $0.8800 $0.9090 $0.7085 $0.7534 -12.39% 1980 $0.9813 $1.1020 $1.4300 $0.7860 $0.8599 -18.00% 1979 $0.8882 $0.7005 $1.1300 $0.7005 $1.0486 48.19% 1978 $0.6288 $0.6130 $0.7076 $0.5530 $0.7076 17.66% 1977 $0.6074 $0.6440 $0.7240 $0.5200 $0.6014 -4.60% 1976 $0.6467 $0.5580 $0.7830 $0.5380 $0.6304 14.29% 1975 $0.5608 $0.5310 $0.6290 $0.5160 $0.5516 3.37% 1974 $0.8962 $0.8560 $1.3830 $0.5336 $0.5336 -38.47% 1973 $0.7682 $0.5020 $1.0585 $0.5020 $0.8672 73.16% 1972 $0.4942 $0.4865 $0.5330 $0.4610 $0.5008 3.02% 1971 $0.4960 $0.4685 $0.5860 $0.4435 $0.4861 4.63% 1970 $0.6210 $0.7180 $0.7710 $0.4545 $0.4646 -36.38% 1969 $0.6195 $0.5145 $0.7440 $0.5040 $0.7303 43.67% 1968 $0.5080 $0.5800 $0.7400 $0.4330 $0.5083 -11.72% 1967 $0.4918 $0.5520 $0.6453 $0.4150 $0.5758 6.57% 1966 $0.6338 $0.5870 $0.8270 $0.4640 $0.5403 -6.15% 1965 $0.4893 $0.3780 $0.6045 $0.3655 $0.5757 54.97% 1964 $0.4032 $0.3055 $0.5895 $0.3045 $0.3715 21.96% 1963 $0.2976 $0.2870 $0.3046 $0.2870 $0.3046 5.80% 1962 $0.2925 $0.3019 $0.3075 $0.2800 $0.2879 -4.51% 1961 $0.2981 $0.2767 $0.3276 $0.2672 $0.3015 8.73% 1960 $0.2983 $0.3187 $0.3286 $0.2753 $0.2773 -13.32%Related Charts Copper Prices Today - Live Chart: Live interactive chart of COMEX copper prices per pound. Copper Prices Today - Live Chart
18/12/2018
21:23
1rodson: &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&@@@@@@@ CRADLE ARC &&&&&&&&&@@@@@. EPIC CRA = CRA.......P
26/11/2018
21:15
1rodson: PROBABLY BECAUSE THE CLOWN IS STUCK IN HERE AND WANTS ALL OTHERS TO BE AS WELL....ITS AN OLD TRICK. talkinto Posts: 43 Opinion: No Opinion Price: 0.675 RE: Production forecastsToday 06:16Ragdoll2 - GS has continually and consistently revised his share price down month on month. With timelines of recovery also pushing back with each passing month. Why on earth would you take heart from that? As for urging others to buy in based on your feelings - please don’t do that. You have an average which is many multiples of today’s share price. There is literally no way that you will be at break even on this in 3 weeks. GS is expecting 300 tonnes in November, we need 500 to be at break even and not losing cash we don’t really have. Why would you urge people to invest before the company production is stable and before all repairs have been confirmed?
11/11/2018
02:09
1rodson: It's a funny old life Lochlea there are those of us who search out value and sit, watch and wait, and there are others like you who dive in at any price as the green eye motivates you over the ability to research......they call you, NUG PUNTERS. The the mug punters find themselves helplessly locked into a falling share price and all they can done is to take out their frustration on those of us who,patiently search out value by sitting, waiting and watching. You will note that when the share price was much higher I Said Inwould be a buyer at .75p Since then material circumstance have changed and.4p seems to indicate better value. I did update you on that if you recall. Thank you for the compliments but no one is thst smart. For all my caution I find that my 6 figure punt in LIONSGOLD may well be tied in for a year of more and although invested I have been far more critical on the LION BB than ever I have been here. These BBs are for taking the guts out of publicly listed companies for all to see and decide.......you jumped in too early and that's just plain tough man....just plain tough,
05/11/2018
17:03
lochlea: MCAP £2.8m $2m loan from Director + £400k funding secured Current Share price - 0.975p 52w lows 0.85 52w highs 11.75 Assets include: 1 - Producing Mowana Copper Mine in Botswana 2 - Zambian Matala & Dunrobin gold mines 3 - Mali Kossanto West Gold exploration 4 - Mali Kossanto East gold exploration 5 - Mali Karan gold exploration Projects 1 - Mowana copper mine Botswana ▪ Mowana is a producing copper asset in Botswana; a low risk, mining friendly jurisdiction, in a favourable copper market environment ▪ Production ramping up to 12,000tpa Cu, and will reach an average of 21,000tpa Cu over a 14 year mine life following low capex Dense Media Separation (DMS) expansion project ▪ Estimated Net Present Value of US$272.8 million at an 8% discount rate and a copper price of US$3.00/lb Cu ▪ Cradle Arc is building on over US$170 million of investment by previous owners ▪ Rapidly delivering on strategy to re-position Mowana as a profitable, larger scale, lower cost copper mine: ✓ Debt reduced and restricted on acquisition ✓ JORC 2012 resource base increased to 55Mt M&I @ 1.17% Cu + 20Mt Inferred @ 1.08% Cu ✓ Maiden open pit Ore Reserve of 31.8Mt @ 1.17% Cu for 370,800t Cu - reported within 4 months of listing ✓ Accelerated development plan implemented April 2018 – mining rates to double in Q3 and hit full capacity in Q4 ✓ Recoveries being achieved to plan and set to continue to improve ✓ 4,000 tonnes of copper to be produced in H2 2018 ✓ Cash generation to improve throughout H2 2018 ▪ Mowana positioned for Stage 2 production expansion, leveraging management team’s has first-hand experience of installing and operating DMS units ▪ Near mine prospective assets with potential add to production profile PROCESSING UPDATE • Processing optimisation is ongoing as the Company continues to ramp- up to steady state production • Some sporadic interruptions occurred during July and August 2018 • Recoveries average of 51% for Q2 and Q3 reflecting predominantly transitional ores • Recoveries of up to 76% still expected to be achieved in high supergene ores • Recoveries expected to reach 85% as more sulphide dominant ores accessed • Approximately 4,000 tonnes contained copper to be produced in H2 2018 • H2 production to be weighted to Q4 as ore type processed moves from transitional to supergene Project 2 - Zambian Matala & Dunrobin gold mines Option Agreement – July 2018 • Non-exclusive option granted to Singa to acquire Luiri (100% owned subsidiary holding the Matala and Dunrobin licences) for total cash consideration of US$2.5 million • In addition, Cradle Arc will receive a royalty of 1.5% of gross revenue up to a maximum aggregate amount of the Net Present Value of US$2.5 million, discounted at 8%.
01/11/2018
01:35
red rook: 1rodson, Good to see that you are still keeping the flags of discontent flying here. Seems that CRA is as big a disaster under Kevin van Wouw as Alecto was under Mark Jones ! You certainly have been consistent in your views over a long time. You should get credit in predicting that the share price would fall to these levels. If the shareprice remains depressed, or falls further as a result of more set-backs, then I wouldn't be surprised if the company wasn't delisted AGAIN, and taken private. Kevin (PenMin) and the other two major investors have around 51% of the shares. They may soon conclude that this is the best way to preserve their own interests, and engineer another shafting of PIs. It shouldn't be too difficult. They also have Mark Jones around to instruct them how best to do it. He managed it with ALO with no controlling stake ! GLA
18/10/2018
22:27
1rodson: Ok Lochlea you want a decent discussion BB! So let's start by having you quantify the statements you just made, if you can! On what do you base your claim of an ENORMOUS UPSIDE TO THE SHARE PRICE, PLEASE EXPLAIN. WHAT ARE THE PRODUCTION TARGETS YOU ARE REFERRING TO? HOW Do YOU SEE THIS COMPANY Maintaining PRODUCTION TARGETS? Oh no sir, over the past 30 years this mine has had some fist class mining engineers who really did manage to hit production targets but were hampered by labour disputes and continual raising costs. Finally for now at least where do you see this company getting its future working capital from? I rely on Exocet opinions do you? I find that the World Bank and IMF expect the price of copper to fall to around $5720 per metric tonne by 2022. That being so and with this mine always having the problem of cost control its gonna prove highly problematic with a declining market price!p to make a profit! Would you not agree Lochlea? There seems to be a general agreement that the price of mined copper is too low making producers reluctant to increase production and/or develope new sources, they are instead waiting for prices to rise but that, according to the experts quoted above,m seems highly unlikely!
18/10/2018
19:06
lochlea: Yes, a Company not without some real challenges ahead. But enormous upside to share price IF they can achieve & maintain production targets. Should know the answer to that this Qtr and next. CEO is a man with practical mine/production expertise. Something that was lacking in the past. Target share price back to min 3p by end of Q1 2109.
09/10/2018
19:08
lochlea: CRA share price 1.15p/MCAP £3m ⚡Botswana copper producer NPV $272.8m (8% discount rate) ⚡$170m invested ⚡Mali Kossanto west & east with JV IR and Ashanti funded to BFS ⚡Karan JV with Cora Gold ⚡Matala & Dunrobin Gold Zambia Discussions JV or sale $2.5m ⚡Director 41.9% Funded Recovery back to 3p The lack of funds (& institutional dumping) took the share price down below 1p but now that the $2m loan has been setup should be easy ride back over 3p.
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