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EUA Eurasia Mining Plc

1.475
-0.025 (-1.67%)
Last Updated: 11:26:37
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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
  -0.025 -1.67% 1.475 5,734,445 11:26:37
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.45 1.50 1.50 1.45 1.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec 120k -5.84M -0.0020 -7.35 42.11M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:21:35 O 9,271 1.489 GBX

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Posted at 19/4/2024 09:20 by Eurasia Mining Daily Update
Eurasia Mining Plc is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EUA. The last closing price for Eurasia Mining was 1.50p.
Eurasia Mining currently has 2,864,559,995 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Eurasia Mining is £42,109,032.
Eurasia Mining has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -7.35.
This morning EUA shares opened at 1.50p
Posted at 26/2/2024 13:20 by valentine73
More of a 'bore' trap if it involves EUA
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 14:32 by wj12
No article but few big buys yesterday, probably expecting the case to be dismissed today. Market makers raise the price but still no sale but never mind good news about the case so we will raise the share price and snare a few mug punters
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 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 09/11/2023 11:22 by tigerbythetail
I don't quite understand the technicalities of the winding up petition.
When exactly does EUA's fate become certain (if it does)?
And why hasn't the share price reacted more strongly to the threat of a imminent
total shareholder wipeout?
I do wonder if EUA's management aren't letting EUA go bust in this way to avoid the Queeld / Misfire court case, and what may come out then. One question I have is were the Queeld shares sold off behind Queeld's backs by "somebody" whilst the share price was so ridiculously high. (This would explain the strange reluctance to replace the mysterious "missing" share certificate).
Anyway, I'm hoping that this saga ends soon. It's gone on way too long. Hopefully, the authorities are investigating, but I doubt it.
Posted at 20/9/2023 15:07 by tigerbythetail
But, given the shares are NOT anonymous bearer shares, what should matter is not the certificate but the entry on the shareholder register. The original certificate merely represents a copy of that entry, and can easily be cancelled and replaced. Surely?
How on earth has a matter so seemingly trivial become the subject of expensive High Court litigation?
I do wonder if the share register is in order. How many EUA shares are actually in circulation? Have Queeld's shares been sold from beneath them?
Coincidentally, I remain puzzled by the unnatural stability of the share price. The mcap is flatlining on £80m, when it's really hard to imagine why this company's mcap should be more than £10m. And most likely a great deal less than even that.
Nothing - absolutely nothing - would surprise me here.
Posted at 19/9/2023 10:54 by tigerbythetail
Yes, I don't know how much longer they can keep spinning the plates here before it all comes crashing down. It may be the costs of the ongoing court case tip them into bankruptcy.
But, seriously, WHERE DID ALL THE MONEY GO?
This is the real mystery. EUA raised tens of millions in the share placings when the pump was working. What have they spent all that money on?
OK, West Kytlim is perma-loss-making and eats up a few million dollars of that sum. And money has been paid out to various consultants etc. But that doesn't really explain it. WHERE DID THE BULK OF THE MONEY GO?
And how come the share price is so stable and so clearly utterly mispriced? Is that part of the same mystery?
Posted at 14/9/2023 14:12 by book5
Eua has been a pile of half-truths, or I should say lies
some got rich by luck when they believed a group of directors who were spinning to manipulate the share price
majority lose a large part of their savings
the bulls blame the war
the reality is that in another 40 years, nobody will be able to extract palladium and platinum at a profit from any of eua's concessions
Posted at 16/7/2023 17:54 by tigerbythetail
Danone (yoghurt etc.) and Baltika (owned by Carlsberg - Russia's largest brewer) nationalised without compensation today by Putin. All remaining assets in Russia owned by companies from "unfriendly countries" (i.e. the West) expected to follow in the next few weeks.
If EUA actually had any assets of value in Russia this would be terrible news for them, and tomorrow the share price would crash by at least 50%. But as their assets are worthless, I expect the share price to not move at all. Such is the madness of AIM!
Eurasia Mining share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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