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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 +4.85% 27.00p 26.00p 28.00p 29.50p 25.75p 25.75p 428,050 15:50:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.4 -6.1 - 16.97

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07/2/2019
12:43
Can you provide a link to this claim please? If it is true it does help underpin the m/c. ------- Wrong. Bangla have to pay compensation to GCM of approx £30m. So market cap about right. Tang well invested here through Polo.
loglorry1
07/2/2019
12:37
You clearly don't understand sarcasm (thick)mick...... Queue another backlash of the only language you can talk!! Saying cu*t all the time makes you such a big man in your own mind I guess...your family would be really proud of such a chav
eggbird
07/2/2019
12:17
Come on guys keep up the buying it's a good buy
chinaman 61
07/2/2019
12:13
Jay the council estate kid who can't string a single sentence together without swearing. You must be seriously down by now!! LMAO
eggbird
07/2/2019
11:36
"JakNife - 6. At 30p, the market cap is £29.5m, easily £29m too high! 7. The directors own the princely total of a mere 200 shares between them!" Wrong. Bangla have to pay compensation to GCM of approx £30m. So market cap about right. Tang well invested here through Polo. Do your research better.
mickb1234
07/2/2019
11:25
Hellooooo buyers keep up the buying it's a good buy buy buy
chinaman 61
07/2/2019
11:22
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. cambradjones7 Feb '19 - 08:58 - 31387 of 31407 0 0 0 Convinced mm,s are taking this down gathering stock ready to sell back over the next 3 weeks.
timw3
07/2/2019
11:12
don't be soft in the head little timw3, people don't get paid to ramp or deramp, were all here just chatting about why people buying this are mugs. Here are the facts: 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! 7. The directors own the princely total of a mere 200 shares between them! I've got no idea why this is being ramped left right and centre by the ramp team with their silly little rockets, etc. The future is obvious, as always happens with sh1tty little AIM companies like this ... a deeply discounted dilutive -placing! JakNife
jaknife
07/2/2019
10:21
LOL! It's a dog of a buy, it's an obvious short!
jaknife
07/2/2019
10:19
Yes guys just buy and buy and buy it's a good buy
chinaman 61
07/2/2019
10:07
eggbird lol great timing take a looksy
colin12345678
07/2/2019
09:50
apFiddler the conman and his decamping crew are getting nervous hence the need to bring in multi alias posters...
timw3
07/2/2019
09:35
Come on Jay, what's your buy in price. 35p?
apfindley
07/2/2019
09:33
People definately getting nervous now.The ramper crew have been promised news since the start of december. Nothing of substance has been delivered on any of their stated dates.The mugs will follow and lose out yet again.Quite a few of you are now sat on losses from purchases at 30+, although you'll deny it.A 15 year wait for a permit to extract that a government refuses to grant because there are fierce local protests to the unwanted project.Dilution coming.
apfindley
07/2/2019
09:25
Good post lefrene! I'm lucky enough to be in profit here but newsflow is sooo slow and I can see it drifting before the next big spike...
eggbird
07/2/2019
09:25
Looks like the shorting team of Mick1234, Eggbird and apf are struggling to get this to fall, these periodic lows are getting higher and higher. Thank you MrShaunGCM, interesting news, the poles know as much as anyone about coal extraction and would be the perfect advisors to a third world country needing expertise and funding for a large scale new project.
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