Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eurasia Mining LSE:EUA London Ordinary Share GB0003230421 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.25p 0.20p 0.30p 0.25p 0.25p 0.25p 445,384 06:31:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.1 1.0 0.1 4.2 4.62

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17/1/2018
13:17
Are there any other Palladium/Platinum prospects on AIM? Aware of JLP and JAN, EUA compares very favourably I'd say due to the Sinosteel deal.
zhockey
16/1/2018
15:26
+1 +1 for both Charles comments. Where have you been!
ekuuleus
16/1/2018
15:21
Really that means they want to adopt them imho. They don't want to miss out on the massive potential so they will try to control them but the people have the upper hand here. They have a system of payment that is quick, easy and free of bank charges. What more could you ask for?
charles clore
16/1/2018
13:24
It seems France wants to regulate crypto currencies.
petermoran
16/1/2018
12:50
ex - imho anyone trading cryptos on margin needs their head testing. There has been a retracement to the downside of late, and not before time either. Th froth has been taken off the top and I fully expect a period of consolidation before the main cryptos continue to climb. There is no bubble because penetration is still only in the 3% range. It needs to be in the 30-40% range or above before a bubble is called imho.
charles clore
16/1/2018
10:21
Cryptos taking a real kicking, no idea why, probably Korea or China. The cash isn't going into gold just yet, probably can't actually get it out of the dubious crypto system. When bubbles burst it leaves a lot of people reluctant to invest ever again. Sometimes precious metals fall with other markets because people need to sell to pay for margin calls.
excellance
16/1/2018
10:00
To an extent I would agree Excellance and don't know what others numbers are to leave mines isn't outrageous. You may be right in a few years time this may be worth far more than any offer made time will tell. With all that's to come this year new potential Russian investor and other news flow along with current metal prices I expect the company share price to increase over the coming year as it becomes more attractive and further derisked (no guarantees obviously). Should that not be the case then the board will really have some explaining to do as the stars seem to be aligning in their favour. Sod it coffee time.
stuart143
16/1/2018
08:34
One of Fat Prophets top ten predictions for 2018, let's hope so! Bitcoin mania, after losing steam at the end of 2017, becomes more parabolic, but like all bubbles comes to an end. Governments look to regulate it and prudential agencies also step in. the bubble finally bursts and capital flows back into gold, and the PGMs rally into the end of the year.
lew stules
16/1/2018
08:33
And I still haven't sorted out access to my TD account.
ekuuleus
16/1/2018
07:23
Did you? What price and when?
excellance
16/1/2018
07:18
I had warrants on this company
ekuuleus
16/1/2018
06:22
Well, the higher risk but higher reward option would be to see it thru and hope finance and development go smoothly. If all goes well and the numbers stack up then MT could be worth hundreds of millions. Or we could take the quicker safer route, but that won't be enough...I have yet to see, ever in my life, an early stage offer that satisfies long term holders. This is where those lovely options and warrants come in. If I get 100m warrant shares for 0.25p then exorcise them for 0.8p within a year all previous losses are mitigated. But we little people don't get warrants and options, we just get screwed!
excellance
15/1/2018
22:30
Indeed it is Excellance that's why I stick to my hope that MT will be sold as a package rather than the off take agreements. The smaller projects will be crucial this year to keep us in the game up till licence issue. I still feel one of the interested parties will take us out for what number who knows but as ever we have to get everything lined up first as I don't think I'm the only one wanting to spend another 2 or 3 years here. That way we may at least see some sort of payday for our efforts. Hopefully coffee shop will resume business shortly.
stuart143
15/1/2018
12:32
Metal price fluctuations are usually mitigated by hedging, the banks offer finance in exchange for supplying produce at a fixed lower buy guaranteed price which means the economics of the project are without risk. Personally I see hedging as a way to fleece clients, like blackmail.
excellance
15/1/2018
11:52
Well as I said now some nearly 6 weeks now since initial application for MT which is 2 weeks longer than WK so far. Now nearly 7 weeks past STP deadline also is it on or not let us know. I just wonder if the metal price surges have made negotiations more complicated and protracted as CS doesn't want to sell out cheap. Where's my mate Milste?
stuart143
15/1/2018
07:58
I'd say that the biggest risk to MT is if demand for industrial metals crashes due to fed tightening.
excellance
15/1/2018
07:54
Yup, mostly palladium, a little platinum gold cobalt We just need to get over the final regulatory hurdle, but as CS said, he sees the rusk to eua as minimal.
excellance
15/1/2018
07:37
Maybe £50M would be fair. However Palladium is on a tear and it looks like there are genuine supply issues. I would not be surprised to see $2000/oz this year and what would that do for EUA? The media say that speculation is driving Pd, I disagree. Q4 17 saw a big move in battery metals of the back of EV hype, Pd momentum took a hit as speculation sold off. Now I believe we are seeing the price rise based on true supply and demand fundamentals. Soon enough investors will be looking around for Pd opportunities and surely EUA are the only close to pure Pd play on aim?
zhockey
15/1/2018
05:31
With WK now closed and MT now awaiting licensing I can't see any meaningful news until April. There is the possibility of a diversification project to keep them busy in this quiet time, STP maybe or something entirely new, but MT is the elephant in the room. Could there be an offer prior to licensing? I seriously doubt it, but since an offer could be dependent on successful licensing it could happen. I find it hard to believe that with all the work they've done that there is no interest, and somebody really could put themselves in the driving seat on the cheap with a cheeky approach! After all, the financiers made a recent ammendment to our terms, specifically that they couldn't convert at a price below 0.35p, presumably to put a safety nut under us, but why would they do that? They are unlikely to convert at current share price because it would be too risky, and if there is good news then the share price would be way above 0.35p so why put this in? Could it be that our finance partners are aware of a coming bid but have been excluded from taking advantage on the orders of the third party who wants the current status quo maintained? This reminds me of RIFT many years ago...they sold their substantial gas asset to marathon(?) before developments costs became a problem for them. Shareholders felt robbed, they thought that the price paid was way too cheap and would have preferred to hold thru development, but marathon got the backing of the board, game over, the end! What price can we put on MT pre development but with license in place?
excellance
12/1/2018
08:54
Well, government are not bothered about whether house prices rise or fall, or if homeowners can afford to make payments, but they are bothered if these things affect the solvency of banks, because banks get bailed out, their debts get nationalised, unlike any other sector of the economy. What motivates the government to on one hand allow the northern banks to fail and get taken over while printing unlimited cash for the big city banks? I wonder...
excellance
12/1/2018
05:50
all things being equal, house prices going down or up wound not have mattered to government. However, they are not. The Basel capital requirements means that house prices had to have a floor of support otherwise dropping house prices would have made the banks insolvent (even if default rate remained much the same).
ekuuleus
12/1/2018
00:51
It occurs to me that progress may well be being made, but not reported? .. The lid needs to remain nailed on to the share price for the next three months or so to benefit from the recent loan re-negotiation details Smoke, mirrors, etc as always but a glittering prize COULD be in store Patience .. as always!
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