Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eurasia Mining Plc LSE:EUA London Ordinary Share GB0003230421 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.70 -2.57% 26.50 6,581,427 16:35:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
25.00 26.50 27.00 25.50 26.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.13 -0.80 -0.04 731
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:41:19 O 111,453 26.483 GBX

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Eurasia Mining Daily Update: Eurasia Mining Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EUA. The last closing price for Eurasia Mining was 27.20p.
Eurasia Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 23.50p and a 12 week average price of 21.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 44p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.95p.
There are currently 2,758,701,681 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,739,984 shares. The market capitalisation of Eurasia Mining Plc is £731,055,945.47.
fizzmiss: Just been reading an email from HL;;;;; mINING STOCKS UP. Lol obviously not seen EUA share price performance.
fizzmiss: I'm hanging around here to point out the obvious, you quoted a sale RNS constantly, you quoted £1 within days lol. I quoted 25p and no sale. Go figure who is right. Ps, I don't claim to own multi-million ramp shares either oink oink. It's all ramp pump and dump buy those who bought cheaper to get the best sale price. Face facts, the managers have lost their way and don't have a didly clue on what to do with this new mega-company; they are wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy out of their league. Don't take my word for it but the proof is in the share price performance, weird share price manipulation going on here and its mega for an agenda; mega cheap buy out? FINALLY? RESIGN!
fizzmiss: You should be over on the ramp pump and dump only thread. The share price performance doesn't lie, check it out. The managers don't have a clue, resign and employ a couple of monkeys; they would do a far better job. These clowns running EUA don't have a clue on what to do with the new assets and that's a fact. The share price performed better before we got these new assets, they have caused the share price to crash when they should be flying. Simple reason; the market has no confidence in the managers ability; fill your swag bags get out of the fat cat trough of plenty and bring in a capable management team.
sanj1410: Re: Formal Sale Period .. i think it's forgotten the reason's why EUA is in a 'Special' FSP period. EUA went into suspension for two reasons, 1) There was obviously quite a bit sensitive info available to few ( MH tweet) 2) failure of NED to do their due diligence ( response to speculation after being told by boards, AIM 13 rule reporting not done etc..) to get over 2, NED was changed to share price Angle For 1 EUA entered FSP period with special terms ( Time constraints and party disclosures relaxed). This isn't a standard FSP as there were always steps that needed doing before any sensisible conclusions of asset sale including: WT and MT license extension approval Feasibility study and resource updates ( access to the additional MT flanks was available from Aug 2020 , these will be looked over by everyone involved ) EUA has Tier1 bank and Lawyers involved , have publicily stated non binding offers and have added Kola region since FSP. All going in right direction
lastchanceinvestor: A post on LSE said this: The issue of more shares, yes, but the point of the EGM is to allow the BoD to do that. How many? Relative to EUA's interest (at current share price and what EUA now have access to) not that many. We would need to cover their ownership of 32% of WK plus 20% of MT, given our 68% and 80% shares cost what?? And are currently valued at - well what exactly??? But the current owners of those stakes would get EUA shares and therefore benefit on buyout at whatever the takeover price is per share. That's the beauty of it. Could well be off base again, but makes sense to me tonight at least.
mold breaker: I’m guessing most would agree share price is being held in a fairly tight range for a while now. One may also demise the lack of share price movement on recent RNS’s has built-in element we may go JV route. There’s also West Kytlim Flanks, a final award of the license is expected soon and lockdown which has clearly held up M&A activity across the mining sector. Ross Allister, corporate finance director at UK investment Bank Peel Hunt, said he expected to see a “backlog”; of deals to follow. I fully expect share price to motor once we have West Kytlim Flanks license and we are very close to a binding deal. What that is who knows and unfortunately until that time MM’s will keep in this range IMO.
asagi: what evidence do you have that Eurasia Mining has received offers that it is discussing with a view to eventually put them to shareholders? The FSP has been going on nine and a half months. Jimmy Choo was all done and an offer put to shareholders in 92 days. Eurasia Mining has required 200 more days than this and still has no offer to put to shareholders. According to the Corporate Finance Institute: A non-binding offer, also referred to as an indicative offer, is used in a sales process to establish the terms of a deal between the seller and the buyer. It serves as an “agreement to agree” between the two parties. Through the document, the buyer expresses an interest to acquire the target, but the agreement is not intended to be legally binding and, therefore, it does not constitute a binding contractual commitment to pursue the transaction to the end. It is often used to keep discussions and negotiations moving along between the buyer and the seller. and A non-binding offer serves as a useful tool to show whether the seller and the buyer share similar terms and views about the transaction. A potential purchaser should make a non-binding offer as attractive as possible to stand out from other purchasers. The offer should demonstrate the purchaser’s ability to meet the terms required by the seller. The offer should be reasonably priced to show the seller that they possess the financial capability to complete the transaction within a given timeline. hTTps:// we were told on January 14th that Eurasia Mining has received non-binding offers. But it seems that neither Eurasia Mining, nor the offeror, wished to put these to Eurasia Mining shareholders. That suggests that the indicative/non-binding offers were not at a premium to the share price. If you wished to purchase Eurasia Mining outright, how long would you leave an offer on the table? How long would you allow EUA to keep your offer confidential and discuss with other parties? Again, the absence of an announcement from any other party in all of this time tells me that there is no offer available to shareholders at a premium or modest discount to the share price. Asagi (short EUA)
cblandy: Remember the caveat you all signed up to when you began your investment journey? Your investment may go DOWN as well as UP and that's all that's taking place at the moment. Should the EUA share price go up in value will you complain then I wonder? Patience really is the name of the game here....
halland75: I disagree. I am very heartened that without news the share price is holding around the mid twenties. This could have gone into the teens, yet it hasn't. The longer this price pattern continues of holding it's own with no news, I get even more confident in EUA. I personally feel more people than not think the full buyout is a high possibility, and perhaps the share price not budging much is reflecting that until news comes where things are made far clearer no-one is making any big moves. Just my opinion.
cblandy: Re share price crash (I'm trying to take an objective view) If people came to this late on and bought in at say 37 to 40p. They would have seen a significant share price fall. If on the other hand, if you bought into EUA in the early days (I wish I!) then you would have had significant profitable returns and less likely to appreciate "Share price crash". But that wording is a little harsh in my view as I would much prefer to use "share price fall" which, if you take on board what has happened with EUA over only the last 12 to 16 weeks or so is a simple reflection of circumstances and nothing more. I do have to say that I do get slightly tired of reading the speculation on what the FSP might produce in terms of an share price ..low, middle, high and extremely high prices chucked about. My view is that I won't get involved in pure speculation other than to say I'm in EUA until the end. It was my choice and decision to invest in EUA, so my investment responsibility. I alone can choose when to exit but I'm here until the end and with that responsibility comes the fact that I have to accept the result of the FSP process whether that is negative or positive.
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