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GCM Gcm Resources Plc

5.50
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20 Jun 2024 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gcm Resources Plc LSE:GCM London Ordinary Share GB00B00KV284 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.125 2.33% 5.50 5.25 5.75 5.50 5.375 5.38 777,258 15:56:09
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Coal Mining Services 0 -1.32M -0.0056 -9.82 13.08M
Gcm Resources Plc is listed in the Coal Mining Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GCM. The last closing price for Gcm Resources was 5.38p. Over the last year, Gcm Resources shares have traded in a share price range of 0.85p to 12.50p.

Gcm Resources currently has 237,825,076 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Gcm Resources is £13.08 million. Gcm Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -9.82.

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14/5/2024
11:30
Even less volume today bax, need a little snippet of news to get us going again.
cambradjones
13/5/2024
17:08
Hasina won’t take any decision during her mandate


🤣🤣🤣let’s talk about phulbari in a couple of years


Nasrul Hamid advocates for AI in enhancing Bangladesh's power, energy sector
He said that artificial intelligence will make daily work easier
Technology will work behind the scenes to build a knowledge-based society
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State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid attends the closing session of a seminar titled “The Engineers for Transforming Technology Driven Smart Bangladesh” at the Engineers Institution, Bangladesh (IEB) on Monday, May 13, 2024. Photo: PID
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Publish : 13 May 2024, 09:24 PMUpdate : 13 May 2024, 09:24 PM
State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid has said that a roadmap that integrates artificial intelligence with modern technology to advance Bangladesh's power and energy sector is being developed.


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Speaking at the closing session of a seminar titled “The Engineers for Transforming Technology Driven Smart Bangladesh” at the Engineers Institution, Bangladesh (IEB) on Monday, Hamid emphasized the pivotal role of power and energy as the main drivers of Bangladesh's economy.

The event was presided over by IEB president and Member of Parliament Engineer Md Abdus Sabur, with General Secretary Engineer SM Manjurul Haque Manju also in attendance.


Nasrul Hamid said that artificial intelligence will make daily work easier.

“Technology will work behind the scenes to build a knowledge-based society. Engineers should make a responsible contribution to increase the use of technology at all levels of the workplace,” he said.

He highlighted the digital connectivity established under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's leadership as foundational to creating a “Smart Bangladesh”.

“We must build a smart country by making timely decisions,” he added, suggesting that learning from technologically advanced countries could spur innovation and a study-based approach to overcoming challenges.


Hamid outlined a vision where "a resilient strategy will transform Bangladesh into 'Smart Bangladesh' through intelligent integration of infrastructure, health, education, and other sectors by leveraging innovation.”

He stressed the importance of the engineering community in accelerating the country's development: “The faster our engineers can harness technology for human welfare, the quicker Bangladesh will evolve into a developed nation.”

Detailing specific applications of technology in the energy sector, Hamid explained: “With smart meters, we can calculate and control the electricity load for power distribution. Artificial intelligence and SCADA systems will enable quick identification of power disruptions in any area.”

Despite the commitment and sincerity of the engineers, Hamid noted that it is crucial for them to work with determination and loyalty to the people to realize the vision of a “Smart Bangladesh”.

The seminar saw the presentation of 10 papers, with the main article delivered by Buet Professor Dr Engineer Munaz Ahmed Noor, at the 61st convention of the IEB.

silvstallone
13/5/2024
17:07
He further said, "The world is moving towards green energy. European buyers are reluctant to buy products from our garment industry if they are not produced using renewable energy. They are not interested in buying products made from fossil fuels such as coal, gas, or oil."
silvstallone
13/5/2024
17:07
Well well well


Bangladesh must opt for green transition to cope with changing world: Nasrul
Nasrul highlighted the urgency of the country's shift towards renewable energy sources
Bangladesh must embrace a green transition for the energy sector to adapt to the changing global landscape, Power, Energy, and Mineral Resources Minister Nasrul Hamid said today (13 May).

silvstallone
13/5/2024
17:03
Lowest volume in months. Subscription shares all traded out now then? Get ready for next leg up. Took a few days after the last subscription to get rolling again 😄👍
baxtea1
13/5/2024
16:48
🤣🤣🤣let’s talk about phulbari in a couple of years


Nasrul Hamid advocates for AI in enhancing Bangladesh's power, energy sector
He said that artificial intelligence will make daily work easier
Technology will work behind the scenes to build a knowledge-based society
hxxps://www.dhakatribune.com/346436
State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid attends the closing session of a seminar titled “The Engineers for Transforming Technology Driven Smart Bangladesh” at the Engineers Institution, Bangladesh (IEB) on Monday, May 13, 2024. Photo: PID
UNBUNB
Publish : 13 May 2024, 09:24 PMUpdate : 13 May 2024, 09:24 PM
State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid has said that a roadmap that integrates artificial intelligence with modern technology to advance Bangladesh's power and energy sector is being developed.


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Speaking at the closing session of a seminar titled “The Engineers for Transforming Technology Driven Smart Bangladesh” at the Engineers Institution, Bangladesh (IEB) on Monday, Hamid emphasized the pivotal role of power and energy as the main drivers of Bangladesh's economy.

The event was presided over by IEB president and Member of Parliament Engineer Md Abdus Sabur, with General Secretary Engineer SM Manjurul Haque Manju also in attendance.


Nasrul Hamid said that artificial intelligence will make daily work easier.

“Technology will work behind the scenes to build a knowledge-based society. Engineers should make a responsible contribution to increase the use of technology at all levels of the workplace,” he said.

He highlighted the digital connectivity established under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's leadership as foundational to creating a “Smart Bangladesh”.

“We must build a smart country by making timely decisions,” he added, suggesting that learning from technologically advanced countries could spur innovation and a study-based approach to overcoming challenges.


Hamid outlined a vision where "a resilient strategy will transform Bangladesh into 'Smart Bangladesh' through intelligent integration of infrastructure, health, education, and other sectors by leveraging innovation.”

He stressed the importance of the engineering community in accelerating the country's development: “The faster our engineers can harness technology for human welfare, the quicker Bangladesh will evolve into a developed nation.”

Detailing specific applications of technology in the energy sector, Hamid explained: “With smart meters, we can calculate and control the electricity load for power distribution. Artificial intelligence and SCADA systems will enable quick identification of power disruptions in any area.”

Despite the commitment and sincerity of the engineers, Hamid noted that it is crucial for them to work with determination and loyalty to the people to realize the vision of a “Smart Bangladesh”.

The seminar saw the presentation of 10 papers, with the main article delivered by Buet Professor Dr Engineer Munaz Ahmed Noor, at the 61st convention of the IEB.

silvstallone
13/5/2024
16:44
He further said, "The world is moving towards green energy. European buyers are reluctant to buy products from our garment industry if they are not produced using renewable energy. They are not interested in buying products made from fossil fuels such as coal, gas, or oil."
silvstallone
13/5/2024
16:36
Well well well


Bangladesh must opt for green transition to cope with changing world: Nasrul
Nasrul highlighted the urgency of the country's shift towards renewable energy sources
Bangladesh must embrace a green transition for the energy sector to adapt to the changing global landscape, Power, Energy, and Mineral Resources Minister Nasrul Hamid said today (13 May).

silvstallone
13/5/2024
14:21
For??

Same blah blah for the past 15 years

silvstallone
13/5/2024
14:13
Check website..
officerdigby
13/5/2024
13:41
8£ target 🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;🤣🤣;🤣🤣🤣🤣29315;🤣
silvstallone
13/5/2024
13:40
Down 9%

Brilliant

silvstallone
13/5/2024
12:41
Baby Reindeer 😂😂😂

Must be the same person on here

baxtea1
13/5/2024
11:16
From 12p down to 5p

And 98% down since inception

Brilliant

Losers🤣315;🤣㊃5;🤣🤣🤣

silvstallone
13/5/2024
11:14
In SLY WE TRUST

Hasina won’t be singing during her mandate


🤣🤣🤣. Down down down

silvstallone
13/5/2024
11:13
Optimism Has vanished on lse

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣

5p

Brilliant zillion compny

silvstallone
13/5/2024
08:06
5p

Down to start the week

silvstallone
13/5/2024
06:24
This one’s not bad

Can’t stop laughing 🤣🤣🤣🤣


PhilRudd74 - 11 Mar 2024 - 08:42:39 - 62345 of 65133 GCM - Long termers, banter & research - GCM
Another RNS today would be nice....

Predicted close today?

20p+?

silvstallone
13/5/2024
06:22
I am waiting my 8£ a share

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;🤣🤣;🤣🤣

silvstallone
13/5/2024
06:19
Could we see a return of polo??🤣315;🤣㊃5;🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;🤣🤣;🤣🤣



PhilRudd74 - 11 Mar 2024 - 12:04:57 - 62377 of 65121
If this was accepted could we potentially see a return to AIM for POLO?

silvstallone
12/5/2024
22:56
Silly Martha ha ha ha

Nobody wants to hang your curtains you pathetic pest!

philrudd74
12/5/2024
18:25
6p

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;🤣🤣;🤣🤣🤣🤣

silvstallone
12/5/2024
18:21
What? He doesn’t need Chinese help???


Nasrul seeks Jica support for investment master plan based on electricity demand
“Regional industrialisation is happening in Bangladesh. As demand patterns vary by region, supply mechanisms also differ. These need to be considered for the plans,” he said during a meeting with a 12-member Jica delegation at the Secretariat today (12 May).

State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid. File Photo: Collected
State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid. File Photo: Collected
The government needs the support of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica) to make area-based investment master plans according to electricity demand, State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid.


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"Regional industrialisation is happening in Bangladesh. As demand patterns vary by region, supply mechanisms also differ. These need to be considered for the plans," he said during a meeting with a 12-member Jica delegation at the Secretariat today (12 May).

The delegation was led by Tatsufumi Yamagata, chairperson of Jica's Advisory Committee for the Maheshkhali Integrated Development Initiative (Midi) Master Plan Formulation Project, reads a press statement.

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Speaking on the occasion, State Minister Nasrul urged Jica to study the proper use of the phase-2 area under Midi.

Initially, the project planned to build a new coal-fired power plant in Matarbari but the plan was later cancelled.

Nasrul Hamid said it's time to think about what kind of alternative energy-based power plant should be set up there with more profitability and who will be its potential customers.

"There have been some proposals for solar power plants. Discussions on LNG terminals are well-advanced. Energy demand is increasing continuously as development continues.
Therefore a land-based LNG terminal is urgently needed," he said, adding that discussion is ongoing in this regard with Midi authorities.

Jica's Tatsufumi Yamagata, meanwhile, said, "Development is ongoing in different regions of Bangladesh, which is good for overall development."

Also speaking on the occasion, member of the advisory committee and executive vice president of JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) Mayumi Murayama said he is fascinated by the brilliance of Dhaka.

"Time has come for Bangladesh to determine the diversification of industrialisation and investment environment, [creating] energy hub, carbon emission reduction strategy in the Midi area and industrialisation strategy there," he said.

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