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EUA Eurasia Mining Plc

1.425
0.00 (0.00%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Eurasia Mining Investors - EUA

Eurasia Mining Investors - EUA

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Eurasia Mining Plc EUA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 1.425 14:16:13
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1.425 1.386 1.425 1.425 1.425
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Posted at 08/1/2024 09:01 by heatseek77
Ouch

If remember rightly? Bank of America also bought a few £m @26.5p

1 September 2021
Share Price Movement and Progress Update

Eurasia Mining Plc ("Eurasia" or the "Company"), the palladium, platinum, rhodium, iridium and gold producing company notes the movement in the Company's share price yesterday and notes that the share price remains below the 26.5p price at which the $20m private placement, assisted by H.C. Wainwright, with US professional institutional investors was completed on 26 May 2021
Posted at 13/12/2023 14:58 by petersmith6
So the larger investors will wake up sometime tomorrow ish and off we go...slowly
Posted at 09/12/2023 15:50 by excellance
As an investor into EUA from the Anglo days, the WCF note was not of any interest to me. It was merely a research note using information already in the public domain.

Yes the Kola assets were mined by the Soviets until 30 years ago, but they mined for nickel, and EUA are looking at PGMs.

The WK development was always going to require capital, as every mine does, to get off the ground. It is a low cost seasonal surface mine and can easily be mothballed when PGM prices are low, and this is what has happened. The PGM produce up til now is subject to terms of a deal, and my guess is that the potential buyer wants to pay the current price and not the price when it was mined, so it's in a vault until prices rise again.
Posted at 08/12/2023 12:28 by excellance
Do you honestly believe that investors would invest tens of millions without due diligence?

Ok any sale process is always uncertain in every way, but the assets are real.
Posted at 08/12/2023 07:58 by excellance
No, that's just rubbish. Investor presentations should always be considered as best case scenario.

The fact is that markets swung against us and you got lucky.
Posted at 08/12/2023 01:04 by jaknife
excellance,

"It's not looking good, and all thanks to the ridiculous sanctions as NATO numpties threw their toys out of the pram when Putin once again thwarted their globalist plans."

It's nothing to do with sanctions and nothing to do with NATO, it's 100% to do with Eurasia ripping off retail shareholders with a fake takeover scam.

But ... but ... but the Ukraine war you irrelevantly warble!

The Russian invasion of Ukraine started in Feb 2022, well after Eurasia's directors had paid ACF Equity research to put out the most corrupt research report of all time that had the title "Does Monchetundra make EUA a £1bn+ play?" (dated 3 February 2020). Eurasia's director paid ACF to put out outrageously scandalous forecasts with the aim of sucking in retail investors to buy buy buy buy buy!

ACF told investors that in 2021 EUA would have revenue of £341.2 million and a profit after tax of £164.1million!!!

The actual revenue was just £2.3 million and a loss after tax of £3.1 million.

see:

No was the answer, Monchetundra did not make EUA a £1bn+ play. However, it made for a great story to sell to retail.

And on the back of that story Eurasia raised $45m of fresh equity in three separate placings ... and now all of that money has "disappeared".

There's no point blaming sanctions and NATO, the only people to blame are your directors, ACF Equity Research and yourself for falling for being so gullible to fall for the story to begin with!

JakNife
Posted at 07/12/2023 23:55 by excellance
It's not looking good, and all thanks to the ridiculous sanctions as NATO numpties threw their toys out of the pram when Putin once again thwarted their globalist plans.

Ok the sanctions didn't directly impact Eurasia but they turned the world upside down for us as investors took fright.

The WK fiasco is another symptom of that apocalyptic outlook, as prices of pgm's, energy, labour, and finance all went against miners.

The produce locked in a secure vault pending a decision, and possibly a sale, but that looks very doubtful given the mothballed status.

Running on fumes now, but I think EUA will deal from a position of weakness, or go bust.

It's absolutely tragic how this has turned out.
Posted at 08/9/2023 10:53 by the modeller
Investor Stockholm syndrome.HaGW gang . . .
Posted at 06/8/2023 05:59 by megaman2
Amur sold their kun Manie for $35 mill ..net ir s not value $695 mill..

That's the reality here if they do get a sale it will be for c 5% of net present value ..

Disregarding the Russia situation assets in the ground never sellfir their net present value that's just daft ramping from novice investors ..

Immunity vsute what eua net present value is better tvtaje 5 % of it and that's your sale price if Putin allows it ..
Posted at 26/9/2022 09:18 by tigerbythetail
Or take this sober analysis...

Investors 'inclined to regard Conservative Party as a doomsday cult', says analyst
Investors seem inclined to regard the UK Conservative Party as a doomsday cult, according to Paul Donovan, chief economist of UBS Global Wealth Management.

In his morning comment, Donovan gives an absolutely blistering verdict on the government’s plans:

The global signals from the UK’s mini-budget matter. Modern monetary theory has been taken into a corner by the bond markets and beaten up. Advanced economy bond yields are not supposed to soar the way UK gilt yields rose.
This also reminds investors that modern politics produces parties that are more extreme than either the voter or the investor consensus. Investors seem inclined to regard the UK Conservative Party as a doomsday cult.

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