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Emmerson Plc LSE:EML London Ordinary Share IM00BDHDTX83 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.65 5.50 5.80 5.65 5.60 5.65 186,635 08:00:07
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/6/2021
14:15
Very true Nash!
trying2getrichquick
22/6/2021
11:41
Hopefully something cooking on the funding side. I'm totally indifferent as to what level, if an anchor investment kicks in here the debt will follow. Then we should re rate into the mid to high teens quickly.
nash19
21/6/2021
18:56
You total 🐴👅s
qsmeily456
21/6/2021
16:59
Graham had always said Q2, I suppose, and it still is.
trying2getrichquick
21/6/2021
16:39
I had hoped for the permit to be announced end of May/beginning of June so I think it's natural human nature to be a little nervous when things start to drift a little. I do have full faith in the management though and they have previously said the Moroccan Govt haven't brought up any questions, so i really do think it's just a matter of time. I agree I would like to think Hayden and co have a deal in principle, just awaiting the rubber stamp of the EIA A '1' share has just appeared on the book on the ask so its nailed on for tomorrow of course!! I'll grab at anything!!
westie50
21/6/2021
15:35
Totally agree Cyberbub. I had emailed Graham and Hayden two weeks ago. They said they have had no ‘red flags’ are we’re actively chasing the government bodies involved. They are using a superb company, Phenixi, in Morocco, who has a great team.
trying2getrichquick
21/6/2021
15:19
There's very little doubt it will be positive, EML have done everything properly and over a considerable timescale (one assumes any revisions or tweaks requested by the govt will have been made already). It's also clearly in the govt's interest to approve it asap. So whether it's this week or next week or the week after, it's incoming... The question is what wil happen afterwards about the funding? Perhaps management have got a deal lined up ready to press the button on as soon as the ESIA lands. But I would hope that perhaps they don't, and the share price jumps closer to 10p and allows them to base any funding on that price... I don't mind waiting until September until the big funding RNS, if that's what it takes to get the best deal for shareholders... With a bit of luck it might do to us what it did to FAR :-)GLA NAI
cyberbub
19/6/2021
07:29
Fingers crossed for a positive ESIA RNS next week.
trying2getrichquick
18/6/2021
17:09
Yes lol. Quite a boring share really but agree lets hope for nice surprise and rerate
yasyas1
18/6/2021
10:37
I think something has to happen in the next 2 weeks. I'm actually quite excited for the first time in ages
donald pond
17/6/2021
17:58
For those who read Hayden's tweet, his last sentence was interesting. "Investor interest really starting to pick up now!" Is he referring to ii investors or something relating too funding?
westie50
17/6/2021
17:01
Yes but need the permit first. Come on eml move it!
yasyas1
17/6/2021
16:51
It's a bit of a bummer we aren't producing today! :-(. Never mind, whatever the short term spikes and dips, it seems clear that the long term trend of increasing demand is here to stay...And as Hayden explained, Jansen is big but will only really cater for some of demand growth and exhausted reserves elsewhere - plenty of demand still left to go round! Ultimately the delivered price is what matters to the customer, and our low price to close markets (whether Morocco,, Brazil or Africa) will mean we have an advantage irrespective of size...
cyberbub
17/6/2021
10:59
https://twitter.com/HaydenLocke5/status/1405460631881408516?s=20
westie50
17/6/2021
10:06
BHP strongly indicating it will build the Jansen potash mine in Saskatchewan, Canada. Cost of up to US$5.7 billion. Potash would form the 5th pillar of the diversified miner, along with copper, oil and gas, iron ore and coking coal. Stage 1 will take 5-6 years to build, 1700 km to the port. After a long time in the wilderness as a commodity, potash looks very exciting.
rajawali
16/6/2021
13:09
Let's hope the permit is imminent, which acts as the final pice of the jigsaw to conclude the financing.
puzzler2
16/6/2021
12:33
Gateside - apparently the permit is 'nailed on'. I agree though, seems to be taking its time.
1airbag
16/6/2021
10:36
Where's this environmental permit? Serious lack of newsflow in last 6 months.
gateside
15/6/2021
10:31
https://twitter.com/donaldpond6/status/1404731435580284931?s=21
donald pond
15/6/2021
07:58
All broker research is 'paid for'. Either their retainer fee as official broker covers it. Or if they're not the company broker, the commission they get from punters does. Either way they are only in it for the money. Certainly not to make money for the punters. Which means they will always exaggerate to flog the shares (What was that old saw about 'And where are the customers' yachts ?')
lurker5
15/6/2021
03:49
This from Andrew Hemphill on Twitter(@Andy_ICIS_Fertz) Uralkali has sold 8K #granular #potash into #Brazil at $480/T CFR for June loading, amid speculation offers at $500/T CFR are only a week away. The #Russian major also closed 20K standard #MOP into #Indonesia at $350/T CFR. "Customers are ready to pay any price," says one trader. ...and this from Hayden on Twitter: Belarus supply threats and the flooding of Mosaic’s Esterhazy mine coupled with v strong demand are starting to have a serious impact and interest levels In the sector are rising #potash #eml Underlying potash supply and demand equilibrium points to a material increase in prices which only goes to improving the already compelling EML case.
rajawali
12/6/2021
18:01
All published research pieces for companies are paid for.Otherwise it gives an unfair and biased advantage to just the companies being promoted by research...which would obviously be classed as ramping because the people publishing that research would very likely be invested already, otherwise why waste their time.I'm not sure why readers can't get their head around this concept.So all these other research notes you are happy with for stocks that you own are ALSO paid for. Consider that when moaning about paid-for research.
apfindley
11/6/2021
11:13
I'd rather have this paid for research, than another investor presentation!
gateside
11/6/2021
10:36
As long as people are aware that it's paid for, and challenge its content accordingly, I still think any information is useful.
cyberbub
11/6/2021
09:44
That's my point Don, it give the "Impression" that this is a research piece when it is infact only "promotional".
bazildonbond
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