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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gcm Resources LSE:GCM London Ordinary Share GB00B00KV284 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.25p -4.63% 25.75p 25.00p 26.50p 27.00p 24.75p 27.00p 428,634 15:55:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.4 -6.1 - 16.19

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07/2/2019
09:09
I give up with this one! Jam tomorrow!!
eggbird
07/2/2019
09:07
The ramping isn't going too well here as the wider audience knows that GCM are on a sticky wicket regarding the lack of permit to extract coal, and with both the Chinese and polo res having gcm over a barrel regarding future % stake, project funding, and monies owed to polo.The % share will end up heavily diluted just to keep gcm in the game.Also shareholders will be heavily diluted to keep the bank above water.So it'll be a double blow.
apfindley
07/2/2019
09:04
GCM powers forward on coal project progress, but can it continue??https://total-market-solutions.com/2019/02/07/gcm-resources/
burtond1
07/2/2019
09:03
Are you the same mclleland who used to post on the xel board ?
cambradjones
07/2/2019
08:59
" gathering stock" hahahahahahahaha they never learn!
mclleland
07/2/2019
08:58
Convinced mm,s are taking this down gathering stock ready to sell back over the next 3 weeks.
cambradjones
06/2/2019
22:02
Poland mulls investing $1.0b in mining sector Published: February 06, 2019 16:49:55 | Updated: February 06, 2019 21:07:54 Poland’s first Deputy Minister of Energy Grzegorz Tobiszowski meets Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen at the latter’s office in the capital on Wednesday - Photo: PID Poland’s first Deputy Minister of Energy Grzegorz Tobiszowski on Wednesday said the Polish government is ready to invest US$ 1.0 billion in Bangladesh, mainly in mining sector including coal mining. The Polish Deputy Minister of Energy met Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen at the latter’s office and discussed the matter. Apart from bilateral issues, views on regional and international issues of mutual concern were exchanged during the meeting. Both sides agreed to maintain cooperation in different multilateral platforms. The Polish Deputy Minister of Energy noted the existing friendly relations between the two countries and stressed enhancing cooperation, particularly in the sectors like science and technology, industry, trade and commerce. He said the Polish side is interested to sign MoU/agreement on cooperation in those fields to strengthen the existing bilateral relations. Recalling the support of Poland in Liberation War in 1971, Foreign Minister Dr Momen expressed gratitude to the Polish people and stressed further enhancing the existing bilateral relations between the two time-tested friendly countries in the days ahead. He thanked the Polish government for extending support for the Rohingya crisis and urged the Polish government to continue its support for ensuring safe and dignified return of Rohingya from Bangladesh to Myanmar, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs here. On trade issues, he mentioned the Polish government may import pharmaceuticals from Bangladesh on large scale considering the quality and price in addition to RMG. The Deputy Minister assured Dr Momen of conveying this message to the appropriate authorities in Poland. Mentioning the investment-friendly environment of Bangladesh, Dr Momen invited the Polish investment in Bangladesh in the sector like- energy, leather and footwear, agro-processing, food processing and packaging. He also urged the Polish government to recruit Bangladeshi semi-skilled and skilled workers and professionals in the sectors like healthcare, construction, agriculture, industries and tourism to fulfill labour shortage in Poland. He also asked to consider easing visa issuance process for Bangladeshi businessmen, visitors and students. Putting emphasis on the cooperation in Blue Economy, the Foreign Minister suggested that the two countries may explore the possible areas of cooperation in the promising blue economy sector, reports UNB.
behuge
06/2/2019
21:06
GCM ADVFN Fight Club cool.... I am TeaBag's complete lack of surprise!
officerdigby
06/2/2019
19:38
Poland won't have a $billion to invest anywhere after Brexit.
mickb1234
06/2/2019
19:14
hTTp://thefinancialexpress.com.bd/economy/bangladesh/poland-mulls-investing-10b-in-mining-sector-1549450195 Poland’s first Deputy Minister of Energy Grzegorz Tobiszowski on Wednesday said the Polish government is ready to invest US$ 1.0 billion in Bangladesh, mainly in mining sector including coal mining.
mrshaungcm
06/2/2019
16:54
A quiet day today with volume of just over 1 Million and finished level with a few Buys just before the close.
888icb
06/2/2019
12:22
Of course it is. You bought higher and now you're sat on an increasing loss. Oh well.
apfindley
06/2/2019
11:55
Hellooooo guys come on buy buy buy it's a good buy trust me
chinaman 61
06/2/2019
11:14
25p by Friday to buy back
mickb1234
06/2/2019
10:50
You are threatening violence, so I have agreed to host you in a controlled environment.All I see now is a little boy wanting to hide in the shadows. It's obvious you've soiled your panties and gone running to your wet nurse.What a man you are..Contact me.The board readers are welcome to attend.They will see us both. What are you afraid of, this was your call.
apfindley
06/2/2019
10:40
7. Directors own 0 shares ?
mister md
06/2/2019
10:40
JakNife6 Feb '19 - 10:20 - 31369 of 31370 0 2 0 apfindley, Retail punters buy shares like lottery tickets. Even when you point out simple facts like: 1. Less than £0.5m of cash at the last accounts - less than 1p a share. 2. Negative tangible assets as at the last accounts. 3. £2.3m of debt convertible at 11p a share. 4. The local government have refused the company permission to mine the Phulbari coal mine. 5. It's a policy decision and the government have refused permission to four other nearby coal mines as well. 6. At 30p, the market cap is £29.5m, easily £29m too high!
mister md
06/2/2019
10:38
Hi guys pls buy buy buy it's a good buy
chinaman 61
06/2/2019
10:20
apfindley, Retail punters buy shares like lottery tickets. Even when you point out simple facts like: 1. Less than £0.5m of cash at the last accounts - less than 1p a share. 2. Negative tangible assets as at the last accounts. 3. £2.3m of debt convertible at 11p a share. 4. The local government have refused the company permission to mine the Phulbari coal mine. 5. It's a policy decision and the government have refused permission to four other nearby coal mines as well. 6. At 30p, the market cap is £29.5m, easily £29m too high! JakNife
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