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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
  0.00 0.0% 17.75 6,985,771 16:26:47
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.00 18.50 18.25 17.25 17.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.13 -0.80 -0.04 490
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:32:23 O 125,000 18.00 GBX

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26/9/202016:54Her Excellancy, Ego supreme and Ian the old fart of LSE45
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26/9/2020
09:20
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 17.75p.
Eurasia Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 17.25p and a 12 week average price of 8.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 28.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.44p.
There are currently 2,758,701,681 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 20,462,148 shares. The market capitalisation of Eurasia Mining Plc is £489,669,548.38.
21/9/2020
15:53
asagi: Volga Gas entered its FSP on 7th April and recently announced that it plans to conclude negotiations "on or before 30th September". Audioboom share currently trade at 155p, versus 252p when Audioboom announced its FSP in February. Best of the Best is still to identify a buyer. Big Sofa has delisted from AIM. Best of the Best has announced improved trading. The FSP at Best of the Best looks good. Picture a bit less clear at EUA. EUA share price is well ahead of when the FSP was announced but time and recent share price movements suggest that shareholders are running out of patience. Asagi (short EUA)
26/8/2020
18:51
uknighted: Interactive Investor today “ Every now and then, someone will write "you cannot chart or analyse AIM shares", neatly ignoring a plethora of evidence to the contrary. Eurasia Mining (LSE:EUA), which we reviewed it in February, is a case in point as we pointed out 19.75p as a major target level for the future. Eurasia Mining: What happens when trading resumes? The inset on the chart below speaks volumes, rather more eloquently than self-proclaimed internet chatroom experts. On July 17th, five months after our report at the start of the year, prior to the share price facing suspension and a global pandemic, the price opted to close at our ‘major target level’. From our perspective, this was a pretty big deal, confirming we'd been mapping the correct trend and also giving considerable hope for the future if the share price next managed to close above our target level. Thankfully, in the period since, the share has behaved pretty well according to our rulebook, and is now giving quite considerable hope for the longer term. Hopefully, this platinum and gold producer manages to avoid blotting their copy book and continues to enjoy the benefits of metal prices surging to record high levels, in a period where reduced fuel costs make extraction and processing an advantageous exercise. Movement now above 28.5p, the most recent high, calculates with a further growth potential to an initial 34p. Movement above this level should be capable of considerable excitement, our secondary working out at a longer-term 45p. Only in the event of closure above 45p dare we mention a further attraction from a distant looking 77p. The share price currently needs to close below blue on the chart, a downtrend dating back 20 years, before we'd suggest to panic. At present, this level is at 21p and there are some quite painful implications with such a move, basically taking the first step on a slippery slope to a meltdown ultimate bottom of 5p. At present, nothing warns of this danger.”
26/8/2020
11:17
upthepool: My current calculations for MT for what it's worthFor the 2Moz$/Oz 1500% AIG. 12%£/$. 1.32Share price equivalent for EUA 80% = 8pFor the 13Moz$/Oz 1500% AIG. 8%£/$. 1.32Share price equivalent for EUA 80% = 35pShare price for MT assets = 43pNo idea, obviously, of $/Oz and AIG % but I've used a (I think) conservative $1500 and a % AIG in the ballpark of previous deals. The fact of open pit mining may make these figures ultra conservative......who really knows......
25/8/2020
11:27
rnsman: More Russian involvement? Very complicated! Oh what a tangled web we weave......See the russian/Cyprus link again which is very similar to.....Queeld Ventures Limited! Note also at bottom date of transfer of shares hmmm To me I think it shows a lot more in Russian hands than is openly apparent which is no bad thing? Not going o affect the sale or anything else but still intriguing for you sleuths out there... Eurasia Mining plc ("the Company" or "Eurasia") is pleased to announce that it has completed a subscription through the issue of 29,411,764 ordinary shares of 0.1p each in the share capital of the Company to Mispare Limited ("Mispare") ("New Ordinary Shares"). The New Ordinary Shares were issued at a price of 1p per ordinary share ("New Ordinary Shares") to raise £294,117, representing a 89% premium on the current share price. Following the issue of the New Ordinary Shares, Mispare will hold 2.76% of the total issued share capital of the Company. The funds will be used to advance the Company's projects and for general working capital purposes. Mispare was introduced to Eurasia by existing shareholder Luncroft Holdings Limited ("Luncroft"), and in consideration of Luncroft introducing Mispare to Eurasia and assisting the Company in seeking new investment for the Monchetundra project in Kola, Eurasia has transferred to Luncroft its 20% direct interest in Terskaya Mining Company ("Terskaya"), effective from today. The remaining 80% in Terskaya is held indirectly by Eurasia, through its subsidiary in UAP. Acquisition of a right to possess votes certified by voting shares of Vozrozhdenie Bank Vozrozhdenie Bank 1.2. Abbreviated corporate name of the issuer V.Bank 1.3. Location of the issuer 7/4 Luchnikov pereulok, bldg. 1, Moscow, 101000, Russia . Full company name, location, TIN (if applicable), PSRN (if applicable) or full name of the person who has acquired the right to possess a particular number of votes of voting shares comprising the authorized capital of the Issuer: full company name: MISPARE LIMITED; location: Trident Chambers, PO Box 146, Road Town, Tortola British Virgin Islands; TIN: 1771326; PSRN: not applicapble. 2.2. Type of the right to possess a particular number of votes of voting shares comprising the authorized capital of the Issuer, that was acquired by the relevant party: Indirect disposal. 2.3. In case of indirect disposal, in successive order information on all enterprises under control of such company (chain of enterprises under direct or indirect control of such company), via which the company has got the right to indirectly possess a certain number of votes certified by voting shares comprising authorised capital of the issuer. Full company name, location, TIN (if applicable), PSRN (if applicable) shall be specified on all such companies: MISPARE LIMITED owns 100% of votes certified by voting shares of SKIBERTI LIMITED Full company name: SKIBERTI LIMITED; Location: Griva Digeni 115, Trident Centre, Limassol, Cyprus; 10 Jun 2020 TRANSFER OF SHARES HE57-Transfer of shares of private companies
23/7/2020
12:05
jrjr99: i have copied below post 49691 of this board. It makes sense to me and gives 35p as a potential exit valuation. Why do some think it will go for significantly more than this? There seems to be a lot of confusion on this board about how the FSP mechanics actually work and when an RNS might come. I used to work in M&A, including public takeovers, so have some idea of the likely scenario. UBS are running a sale process. My guess is that to participate in the process bidders will have had to sign an NDA and commit not to buy in the open market. This is to maintain a level playing field between bidders. So speculation about bidders buying up shares in the market is wrong-headed. This can't happen. A bidder that is not participating in the FSP could buy shares, but it won't be privy to any due diligence, so again it is unlikely. UBS will probably be running a BAFO process (Best And Final Offer) to a fairly tight timetable, with a fixed deadline. There is no obligation to announce individual bids as they come in, simply the winning bid, assuming it is recommended by the EUA board (in which case the directors will have to commit their own shares to support the bid). An EGM will only be required if the offer is for assets (say MT) rather than for the whole company. If the takeover is for the whole company then shareholders will receive an offer document setting out the terms of the offer and how they can indicate their acceptance (or not). Again this process runs to a set timetable under the Takeover Code. If the offer comes from another listed company, then it could include shares as part or full consideration, or as an alternative to a cash offer, although then the offer price could fluctuate as the offeror's share price fluctuates. The advantage of taking shares is that you can defer some or all of any capital gains liability that may be due. With the shares now trading, and possibly settling around the 20p mark before any further announcements re flanks etc, bidders will be mindful of the standard takeover premium (ie the premium for acquiring control), which is around 30-40%. Premia in excess of this are very rare. So absent any further news, bidders will be looking at a takeout at between 26p to 28p. My guess is that board will be looking to make various positive announcements during the sale process that will drive the share price northwards, thus resetting the baseline against which a market premium is calculated. Talk of an exit at between 70p and £1 is, in my view, fanciful. This is the full value of the company to a bidder, with total control (which we as individual shareholders do not have), and some value needs to be left on the table to make the deal work for a bidder. Which is why I stand by my earlier 35p exit valuation. If the offer is for MT only, then an EGM will be required and presumably the bulk of the sale proceeds will be returned to shareholders via a special dividend. The advantage is that we keep our shares in EUA and can continue to participate in any further upside; the disadvantage is that the tax treatment of dividends is worse than it is for capital gains.
21/7/2020
11:51
big fish: Whilst everyone is glued to their screens checking the EUA share price to see if they are shopping at waitrose or ASDA tonight, I would like to thank the EUA team who have an incredible amount of work that they are currently doing. WK Mining operations and a FSP is definitely taking up an enormous amount of time.I know that the song below is a favourite of Alexei. There is just something about the words :-) Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOR2a8k2aGo
20/7/2020
11:41
york villas: Eurasia Mining Eurasia Mining – gmf78 research report The biggest Palladium mines in the world EUA – Blogs and Guest Posts EUA – Financial Information EUA – Key Information EUA – Press Articles Monchetundra and Volchetundra Novacyt Novacyt – Unofficial Distributor Map NCYT – Financial Information NCYT Press Articles POSTED ON19 JULY 2020 BY GMF78 EUA – Potential Bidders Whilst many assume Norilsk Nickel (NN) are the overwhelming favourites to purchase Eurasia Mining, other valid options are open and in play. NN are mentioned in recent EUA RNS, proximity to Monechtundra being an obvious advantage for them. They have all the processing facilities needed just a few km away from the licenced area. Other firms in the vicinity include Polymetal and Nordgold, they understand the jurisdiction so have to be considered on this basis. Anglo American have to be considered a strong possibility to make a bid, given the past relationship with Eurasia Mining. Previously they’ve ruled out acquisitions outside South Africa but the recent purchase of Sirius demonstrated a change in approach. Other global firms such as Glencore who could easily afford a multi-billion offer can be thrown into the mix until such a time as final bidders are revealed. Chinese influence cannot be ignored on any global asset sale, with the engagement letter with CITIC Merchant an example. Perhaps a state bid via SinoSteel or similar firm. Many other PGM mining operations exist and would see Monchetundra (MT) and/or West Kytlim (WK) as attractive options to consider purchasing. We should consider South Africa as beset with fundamental issues of power stability, higher than average AISC due to deep underground mining and Covid19 an issue at present with this type of operation. The ratio of Platinum:Palladium at several SA operations is closer to 1, so they would be mining a lot of Platinum to extract a similar quantity of Palladium compared with MT, devaluing one commodity chasing gains on another. This brings Sibanye Stillwater, Implats, Northam and Lesego to the table of possible bidders. The latter two probably more suited to buying WK as question marks over their ability to afford both MT and WK. Open Pit mining with AISC around $325/oz makes MT one of the most profitable locations to build a PGM empire. This brings to the table our friends in North America, such as Barrick and Kinross if they wished to consider diversification. So they would be my top 12 bidders for Eurasia Mining. I don’t expect all 12 to throw in an offer, but it does suggest a potential bidding war until the expert guidance of UBS, ensuring a great outcome for shareholders new and old. Share price is 19.7p at time of writing, the author holds a fairly large position in the company and has added since suspension ended on 9th July.
17/7/2020
09:13
seroxat: Originally posted by Shareanorak in the 'other' boardThere seems to be a lot of confusion on this board about how the FSP mechanics actually work and when an RNS might come. I used to work in M&A, including public takeovers, so have some idea of the likely scenario.UBS are running a sale process. My guess is that to participate in the process bidders will have had to sign an NDA and commit not to buy in the open market. This is to maintain a level playing field between bidders. So speculation about bidders buying up shares in the market is wrong-headed. This can't happen. A bidder that is not participating in the FSP could buy shares, but it won't be privy to any due diligence, so again it is unlikely.UBS will probably be running a BAFO process (Best And Final Offer) to a fairly tight timetable, with a fixed deadline. There is no obligation to announce individual bids as they come in, simply the winning bid, assuming it is recommended by the EUA board (in which case the directors will have to commit their own shares to support the bid). An EGM will only be required if the offer is for assets (say MT) rather than for the whole company. If the takeover is for the whole company then shareholders will receive an offer document setting out the terms of the offer and how they can indicate their acceptance (or not). Again this process runs to a set timetable under the Takeover Code. If the offer comes from another listed company, then it could include shares as part or full consideration, or as an alternative to a cash offer, although then the offer price could fluctuate as the offeror's share price fluctuates. The advantage of taking shares is that you can defer some or all of any capital gains liability that may be due.With the shares now trading, and possibly settling around the 20p mark before any further announcements re flanks etc, bidders will be mindful of the standard takeover premium (ie the premium for acquiring control), which is around 30-40%. Premia in excess of this are very rare. So absent any further news, bidders will be looking at a takeout at between 26p to 28p. My guess is that board will be looking to make various positive announcements during the sale process that will drive the share price northwards, thus resetting the baseline against which a market premium is calculated. Talk of an exit at between 70p and £1 is, in my view, fanciful. This is the full value of the company to a bidder, with total control (which we as individual shareholders do not have), and some value needs to be left on the table to make the deal work for a bidder. Which is why I stand by my earlier 35p exit valuation.If the offer is for MT only, then an EGM will be required and presumably the bulk of the sale proceeds will be returned to shareholders via a special dividend. The advantage is that we keep our shares in EUA and can continue to participate in any further upside; the disadvantage is that the tax treatment of dividends is worse than it is for capital gains.
15/7/2020
18:01
harrisun: Copper I would not expect directors to sell any shares during Formal Sales Process, because its likely their shares will be the bait for any suitor to get a massive percentage of the company without buying in the market through irrevocable undertakings. I was in Amerisur and many of us thought the share price was being held to a certain level during the FSP to stop the share price running ahead of any offer, and it happens on AIM. The fact the share price went up again today shows it looks to be different with EUA, which is encouraging but at some stage the share price will find a level at or near what the offer will be, as the City will always get to know before most of us.
08/4/2020
22:16
etocwen: ?  Share PricesEua.l Share PriceEua.l Share Chat?Eua.l Share Chat (EUA)There is 1 new Chat post. Click here to refresh the page.?EUA SharePrice?EUA ShareNews?EUA ShareChat118?EUA ShareTrades?EUALive RNSEUA Information  ?Buy EUA Shares?Add EUA to Watchlist?Add EUA to Alert?Add EUA to myTerminal Share Price Information for Eua.l (EUA)? Share Price is delayed by 15 minutesGet Live DataShare Price:0.00Bid:0.00Ask:0.00Change:0.00 (0.00%) Spread: 0.00 (0.00%)Open: 0.00High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yest. Close: 7.20?Last checked at 22:14:51Share Discussion for Eua.lRegular Premium Filters ViewPost MessageWhat about this for a theory on a deal!!!!Looking outside the box.I have just seen the video of Dmitry in Toronto on 20th March 2020 Talking about Block chain investments https://eur02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fyoutu.be%2FEndQueg8YlE&data=02%7C01%7C%7Cdc807d6f1b944703838608d7dba182bb%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637219359030190816&sdata=PxMPorr6WVp2VRXwU1eKbjZspSQcdRL0pc0PKHAfUQ4%3D&reserved=0This had me thinking!!! Talk of using Precious metals investments in the form of a crypto currency via tokens plus there is no security or storage problems dealing in these metals. If you own a mine and its Value still in the ground that's about as secure and safe as it gets. Then I read Dmitry is a director and founder of Lybrion who are into integrated solutions in digital assets developments.I think we could of had this all wrong with the sale. Is there a deal with a large financial body buying into EUA for very large sum on the basis of selling these assets in the ground as a crypto currency. Basically Eua stays as it is with a very small mining concern, the assets in the ground generating huge crypto profits. We keep our shares increasing in value and have a special dividend of 35p to 50p paid, whilst the BOD search to more mining fields.shoot me down if you like! I know nothing lol
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