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Cradle Arc LSE:CRA London Ordinary Share GB00BYZ6H873 ORD GBP0.0001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.625p 0.60p 0.65p - - - 0 05:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.6 -13.8 -0.4 - 2.14

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16/1/2019
22:24
Funny old life another walk around the ol' square mile haunts today revealed the comment....Mark Jones never Done day's work in his life, but then why should he as all he has to do is to keep tapping shareholders by means a cash calls and his money just keeps flowing in. No wonder he has a brand new Jaguar.
1rodson
10/1/2019
10:00
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
1rodson
08/1/2019
17:39
It's incredible over on LSE The suckers appear to think That the RECRNT INCREASE IN THE DEMAND FOR COPPER IS GOING TO MAKE MWANDA PROFITABLE PROPOSITION. I THINK THE PRICE OF COPPER IS AROUUND $2500 today not really bothered to look but I do know that this hole in the ground was sucking investors dry when Copper was trading at $4500. Given all the high cost overheads attached to this folley for it to start making money copper would need to be trading around $5000!
1rodson
06/1/2019
18:59
Where do they find these idiots from. The cry for more funding has haunted this company no matter what hats it wears.......and for over ten years the company has managed, only just, to stay afloat thru cash calls and the idiots that throw their money at hoping for massive gains that never come. FROM LSE mushty Posts: 1,301 Opinion: No Opinion Price: 0.625 CRAThu 13:53Sort funding out we are on to a winner. EV technology is heavily reliant on copper, and copper demand for EVs is expected to increase from 185,000 tonnes in 2017, to 1.74 million tonnes in 2027.[3] EV manufacturing requires copper for multiple key components, such as batteries, motors, charging stations, and supporting infrastructures.
1rodson
03/1/2019
19:39
OH DEAR AND LOCHLEA PUT SO MUCH FAITH IN THIS GUYS! WHERE TO NOW LOCHLEA? 03/01/2019 9:15am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) ?
1rodson
27/12/2018
19:41
What no Xmas cheer....things must be bad, desperate even!
1rodson
23/12/2018
13:30
NO WONDER THEY DONT LIKE THIS POSTER OVER ON LSE. FIRST DECENT POST THERE FOR A LONG WHILE. 567891011Next Share Chat Page Baiki Posts: 20 Opinion: No Opinion Price: 0.625 RE: CRA Sat 15:37 My take is that it is highly unlikely that this will get funding. The whole thing sounds like the Nigerian Prince email scams. I highly doubt Fujax had all the funds in the first place. As I said they don't seem to be engaged in any other profitable undertakings. Mowana seems to be their big hope, and given that they have supposedly been giving it loans I suspect the tanks have run dry. Characters involved are more or less the same. Considering that they spent valuable resources both time and equipment processing top soil or oxides until the equipment was worn down, suggests some degree of incompetence. Now that they have fixed or refurbished the mine, they need just one more push (funding) and the riches will be unlocked. Classic con job. My guess is that those who have the kind of funding required will be asking themselves why should I put money in an entity that has failed twice before. Why should the third occasion be any different. The problem is either the quality of the mine itself or the persons involved. If it is the mine then even Santa cannot rectify this. If it is the persons then good luck getting rid of them. The former CEO is still lurking in the shadows somewhere and the current crop will not simply walk away from their "investment". The queue of those who have lent money secured against the mine is full and they do not want additions(hence why they are not willing to share their security PauseUnmute with FUJAX) and will certainly not be amused with "queue jumpers". With so many other opportunities why would anyone be interested. Unfortunately the only way would be to again restructure the company to accommodate the new investor(s), completely wiping out the ordinary folk. Again this is only a point of view and welcome alternative realistic scenarios. What plausible steps are left to explore apart from tapping those already in misery.
1rodson
23/12/2018
13:23
THANKS FOR THE EMAILS...MERRY XMAS TO ALL MY FANS! I TRUST THOSE FOLLOWING LOCHLEA DID NOT SUFFER TO HARD A LOSS.
1rodson
20/12/2018
12:40
Blimey....... didn't take long for the resident sad troll to post. Being paid to post?? Must be. Can't be any other reason apart from mental health issues. 1rodson 5 Nov '18 - 18:57 - 83 of 87 (Filtered) 1rodson 6 Nov '18 - 15:38 - 84 of 87 (Filtered) 1rodson 6 Nov '18 - 18:46 - 86 of 87 (Filtered) 1rodson 6 Nov '18 - 19:14 - 87 of 87 (Filtered) 1rodson 6 Nov '18 - 19:39 - 89 of 89 (Filtered) 1rodson 7 Nov '18 - 22:56 - 90 of 91 (Filtered) 1rodson 7 Nov '18 - 23:00 - 91 of 91 (Filtered) 1rodson 9 Nov '18 - 08:42 - 92 of 93 (Filtered) 1rodson 9 Nov '18 - 08:42 - 93 of 93 (Filtered) 1rodson 11 Nov '18 - 18:13 - 97 of 98 (Filtered) 1rodson 11 Nov '18 - 18:13 - 98 of 98 (Filtered) 1rodson 11 Nov '18 - 18:39 - 99 of 99 (Filtered) 1rodson 12 Nov '18 - 02:32 - 101 of 102 (Filtered) 1rodson 12 Nov '18 - 02:33 - 102 of 102 (Filtered) 1rodson 13 Nov '18 - 13:54 - 103 of 103 (Filtered) 1rodson 16 Nov '18 - 16:18 - 106 of 112 (Filtered) 1rodson 16 Nov '18 - 16:28 - 107 of 112 (Filtered) 1rodson 19 Nov '18 - 09:29 - 108 of 112 (Filtered) 1rodson 23 Nov '18 - 15:36 - 113 of 113 (Filtered) 1rodson 26 Nov '18 - 09:22 - 114 of 114 (Filtered) 1rodson 26 Nov '18 - 21:10 - 115 of 117 (Filtered) 1rodson 26 Nov '18 - 21:13 - 116 of 117 (Filtered) 1rodson 26 Nov '18 - 21:15 - 117 of 117 (Filtered) 1rodson 30 Nov '18 - 19:21 - 118 of 119 (Filtered) 1rodson 4 Dec '18 - 03:05 - 120 of 120 (Filtered) 1rodson 4 Dec '18 - 20:31 - 122 of 129 (Filtered) 1rodson 4 Dec '18 - 20:32 - 123 of 129 (Filtered) 1rodson 5 Dec '18 - 07:48 - 127 of 129 (Filtered) 1rodson 5 Dec '18 - 07:49 - 128 of 129 (Filtered) 1rodson 5 Dec '18 - 07:55 - 129 of 129 (Filtered) 1rodson 5 Dec '18 - 16:02 - 132 of 132 (Filtered) 1rodson 5 Dec '18 - 18:24 - 134 of 134 (Filtered) 1rodson 6 Dec '18 - 21:09 - 139 of 139 (Filtered) 1rodson 6 Dec '18 - 23:20 - 142 of 143 (Filtered) 1rodson 7 Dec '18 - 19:44 - 146 of 150 (Filtered) 1rodson 12 Dec '18 - 12:50 - 148 of 150 (Filtered) 1rodson 12 Dec '18 - 12:53 - 149 of 150 (Filtered) 1rodson 12 Dec '18 - 13:00 - 150 of 150 (Filtered) 1rodson 12 Dec '18 - 13:52 - 152 of 152 (Filtered) 1rodson 12 Dec '18 - 14:50 - 153 of 153 (Filtered) 1rodson 13 Dec '18 - 10:52 - 155 of 157 (Filtered) 1rodson 16 Dec '18 - 20:05 - 156 of 157 (Filtered) 1rodson 16 Dec '18 - 20:10 - 157 of 157 (Filtered) 1rodson 18 Dec '18 - 19:08 - 159 of 162 (Filtered) 1rodson 18 Dec '18 - 21:05 - 161 of 162 (Filtered) 1rodson 18 Dec '18 - 21:23 - 162 of 162 (Filtered) 1rodson 20 Dec '18 - 12:02 - 164 of 164 (Filtered) 1rodson 20 Dec '18 - 13:09 - 166 of 166 (Filtered)
lochlea
18/12/2018
21:23
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&@@@@@@@ CRADLE ARC &&&&&&&&&@@@@@. EPIC CRA = CRA.......P
1rodson
18/12/2018
21:05
IT deems to be that certain types of scum are the only ones being frank and honest over this scam share Cra------p!
1rodson
18/12/2018
19:22
From the other CRA thread (LMAO):- 1rodson 18 Oct '18 - 21:56 - 362 of 370 (Filtered) 1rodson 3 Nov '18 - 09:13 - 363 of 370 (Filtered) 1rodson 7 Dec '18 - 02:15 - 364 of 370 (Filtered) 1rodson 7 Dec '18 - 08:08 - 365 of 370 (Filtered) discojames 7 Dec '18 - 08:15 - 366 of 370 5 0 I'm not invested here, but you have to wonder what sort of scum comes on to a board to gloat when a lot of people have lost a lot of money. 1rodson 7 Dec '18 - 19:49 - 367 of 370 (Filtered) 1rodson 8 Dec '18 - 10:49 - 368 of 370 (Filtered) 1rodson 9 Dec '18 - 08:29 - 369 of 370 (Filtered) 1rodson 12 Dec '18 - 18:49 - 370 of 370 (Filtered)
lochlea
18/12/2018
19:08
Nothing is hard to know if you follow the trend! Those behind this dog, you know those always managing to cream something off what's going are talented in making consistently reassuring but fictitious claims of financing always being in the pipeline...... It never materialises but fools, and therefore keeps mug suckers clamouring for more more more........of nothing but heartache and dissapointment!
1rodson
13/12/2018
10:52
Lolololololololo Yes but if you knew what you were talking about you would know that old Dom Boy said much the same about the fictitious Chinese funding for ALECTO LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLO SAME HORSE SAME JOCKIES ONLY DIFFERENT NAME LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL AND ALWAYS SUCKERRS TO FALL FOR IT?
1rodson
12/12/2018
23:11
http://www.mining.com/web/botswanas-mowana-copper-mine-suspends-operations-working-capital/ "We thought it would only be fair to suspend operations while we try and explore other ways of securing the funding. Our hope is that the situation will be resolved soon and we can be able to restart operations," Mowana's general manager, Dominic Doherty, said. Certainly looks, as others have being saying, that there is a definite chance that things could yet work out well.
geoffsh
12/12/2018
18:49
I just can't understand why people go into a shrouded denial when they make mistakes. It takes guts to stand up and say look chaps I made a mistake. Regrettably the markets are infested with full denial Cruds like Lochlea. The fool and his money being as they are...soon parted!
1rodson
12/12/2018
13:52
l0olololololpo all those filters warning of the financial weakness of the dog...and what a con it is and clowns like lochlea never listen just go like lambs to the slaugher....man you dot get any thicker than that! AND LOOK TODAY ITS SUSPENDED. LOLOLOLOLOlolololololololololololololololo high lololols and LOW LOLOLOLOS
1rodson
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