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Gcm Resources Plc LSE:GCM London Ordinary Share GB00B00KV284 ORD 10P
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20/10/2019
09:20
Gcm Resources Daily Update: Gcm Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GCM. The last closing price for Gcm Resources was -.
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16/10/2019
07:39
baxtea1: GPback Posts: 6,360 Price: 15.75 No Opinion RE: PhulbariToday 07:09 Yep, all these companies are working for little than expenses lol. Hang on. No their not, they are sharing in the project success!! You either believe it or you don’t. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315; What success? 12 years on the share price is a disaster, GCM has no money, its dished out millions of additional shares left right & centre. All their other investments have been sold off. How many II’s have bailed???? What’s happened to the submission of this fantasy proposal they were going to deliver in Feb?? Your definition of success is very strange muppet
24/9/2019
18:13
behuge3: America's top energy regulator agonizes over the downfall of coal country Matt Egan By Matt Egan, CNN Business Updated 1340 GMT (2140 HKT) September 24, 2019 Chatterjee: Attacks on oil facilities should be wake-up call Play Video Why this strategist thinks the US will avoid a recession Strategist: Increasing immigration will help the economy Peloton files for IPO despite never turning a profit Traders work after the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on July 29, 2019 located at Wall Street in New York City. - Wall Street stocks were mostly lower early Monday at the start of a week jammed with news, including a Federal Reserve decision and Apple results. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP) (Photo credit should read JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images) Here's what an inverted yield curve means Here's what negative bond yields mean Traders work at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on August 14, 2019 in New York City. - Losses on Wall Street accelerated Wednesday as weak economic data from China and Germany and a key US Treasury benchmark exacerbated global recession fears. Near 1500 GMT, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had lost 535 points, or 2.0 percent, sinking to 25,743.88. The broad-based S&P 500 slid 2.1 percent to 2,866.33, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index dropped 2.3 percent to 7,831.75. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP) (Photo credit should read JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images) Rise in insider selling a yellow flag for bull market Why you'll feel the latest round of tariffs This photo taken on August 6, 2019 shows a cargo ship berthing at Qingdao port in Qingdao in China's eastern Shandong province. - China's good shipments abroad beat expectations to rise in July while its purchases continued to shrink, official data showed on August 8. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images) Strategist: Global manufacturing recession is underway Economics professor: There's an argument for more easing Short seller defends GE after fraud accusations Chatterjee: Attacks on oil facilities should be wake-up call NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 03: The front of the New York Stock Exchange is viewed on February 3, 2012 in New York City. Following a positive report on U.S. employment numbers, the Dow Jones industrial average jumped more than 140 points in afternoon trading. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Here's why companies go public alicia levine 091219 Strategist: Market can't absorb trade war escalation Container trucks arrive at the Port of Long Beach on August 23, 2019 in Long Beach, California. - President Donald Trump hit back at China on August 23, 2019, in their mounting trade war, raising existing and planned tariffs in retaliation for Beijing's announcement earlier in the day of new duties on American goods. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP) (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images) China waives tariffs on some US goods LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 27: Share price information is displayed on screens at the London Stock Exchange offices after reopening following the Christmas holiday on December 27, 2018 in London, England. The FTSE 100 hit a fresh two-year low today despite stock markets around the world recording significant gains by the end of Wednesday. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images) Hong Kong makes $37B bid for London Stock Exchange SAN FRANCISCO, CA - OCTOBER 23: Pedestrians walk by an AT&T store on October 23, 2013 in San Francisco, California. AT&T is going to report third-quarter earnings after the closing bell. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Activist investor announces $3.2 billion stake in AT&T JPMorgan creates 'Volfefe' index to track Trump tweets Trump trade adviser says Dow will break 30,000 if ... NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 30: Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers visits FOX Business Network at FOX Studios on January 30, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images) Summers: Apalling to suggest Fed should influence election Why this strategist thinks the US will avoid a recession Strategist: Increasing immigration will help the economy Peloton files for IPO despite never turning a profit Traders work after the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on July 29, 2019 located at Wall Street in New York City. - Wall Street stocks were mostly lower early Monday at the start of a week jammed with news, including a Federal Reserve decision and Apple results. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP) (Photo credit should read JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images) Here's what an inverted yield curve means Here's what negative bond yields mean Traders work at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on August 14, 2019 in New York City. - Losses on Wall Street accelerated Wednesday as weak economic data from China and Germany and a key US Treasury benchmark exacerbated global recession fears. Near 1500 GMT, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had lost 535 points, or 2.0 percent, sinking to 25,743.88. The broad-based S&P 500 slid 2.1 percent to 2,866.33, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index dropped 2.3 percent to 7,831.75. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP) (Photo credit should read JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images) Rise in insider selling a yellow flag for bull market Why you'll feel the latest round of tariffs This photo taken on August 6, 2019 shows a cargo ship berthing at Qingdao port in Qingdao in China's eastern Shandong province. - China's good shipments abroad beat expectations to rise in July while its purchases continued to shrink, official data showed on August 8. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images) Strategist: Global manufacturing recession is underway Economics professor: There's an argument for more easing Short seller defends GE after fraud accusations Chatterjee: Attacks on oil facilities should be wake-up call NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 03: The front of the New York Stock Exchange is viewed on February 3, 2012 in New York City. Following a positive report on U.S. employment numbers, the Dow Jones industrial average jumped more than 140 points in afternoon trading. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Here's why companies go public alicia levine 091219 Strategist: Market can't absorb trade war escalation Container trucks arrive at the Port of Long Beach on August 23, 2019 in Long Beach, California. - President Donald Trump hit back at China on August 23, 2019, in their mounting trade war, raising existing and planned tariffs in retaliation for Beijing's announcement earlier in the day of new duties on American goods. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP) (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images) China waives tariffs on some US goods LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 27: Share price information is displayed on screens at the London Stock Exchange offices after reopening following the Christmas holiday on December 27, 2018 in London, England. The FTSE 100 hit a fresh two-year low today despite stock markets around the world recording significant gains by the end of Wednesday. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images) Hong Kong makes $37B bid for London Stock Exchange SAN FRANCISCO, CA - OCTOBER 23: Pedestrians walk by an AT&T store on October 23, 2013 in San Francisco, California. AT&T is going to report third-quarter earnings after the closing bell. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Activist investor announces $3.2 billion stake in AT&T JPMorgan creates 'Volfefe' index to track Trump tweets Trump trade adviser says Dow will break 30,000 if ... NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 30: Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers visits FOX Business Network at FOX Studios on January 30, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images) Summers: Apalling to suggest Fed should influence election Why this strategist thinks the US will avoid a recession New York (CNN Business)Neil Chatterjee, America's top energy regulator, grew up in the heart of coal country. Now, he's agonizing over the collapse of the coal industry, and there's not much he can do to save it. "It is really, really difficult for me to watch," Chatterjee, the chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, told CNN Business in an interview. No one wants to move to an area without hope for economic prosperity." FERC CHAIRMAN NEIL CHATTERJEE The Republican from Kentucky said he's seen firsthand the "devastating impact" that the closure of coal-fired power plants and mines can have on local communities. "People are left with no resources. There's not a Walmart or Burger King for 30 miles where they can get alternative employment," said Chatterjee, who was appointed to FERC, which regulates interstate power, in 2017 by President Donald Trump. The pain goes beyond those directly employed by coal, spreading to indirect jobs that support the industry and even to the local real estate market. "The only asset that people in these communities often have is their homes," Chatterjee said, "and their homes lose value because no one wants to move to an area without hope for economic prosperity." The market has spoken: Coal is dying The market has spoken: Coal is dying Yet Chatterjee, a former aide to Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, stressed that his hands are tied. FERC is an independent agency run by bipartisan commissioners. Chatterjee has pledged to make decisions based on the facts, not personal feelings. "I simply can't take into account the sentiments I have about the plight of coal communities," he said. In early 2018, FERC unanimously rejected a daring plan proposed by Energy Secretary Rick Perry to prop up slumping coal companies. Chatterjee joined with three other Trump-appointed officials by voting down the bailout plan. "We make decisions based on the record before us in a neutral way," Chatterjee said. 'Climate change is real' The FERC chairman said he's "very proud" of the decline in power sector carbon emissions that has occurred since Trump took office. Those declines have been driven in large part by the continued shift away from coal, which has not benefited from Trump's moves to gut environmental regulations. Coal has simply been unable to keep up with inexpensive natural gas and increasingly affordable renewables. About 15% of the America's coal fleet has been retired since 2017, the year the president took office, according to S&P Global Platts Analytics. Even though he was appointed by Trump, who has suggested climate change is a hoax, Chatterjee does not shy away from acknowledging the climate crisis. "I believe climate change is real. I believe man has an impact and we need to take steps to mitigate emissions," Chatterjee said. The FERC chairman said his agency is responding to the climate crisis by approving facilities to export liquified natural gas and by eliminating obstacles for battery storage, systems that that store energy to balance out the intermittent nature of solar and wind. Betting on clean energy Chatterjee also cheered the rise of solar, wind and other forms of renewable energy. "Renewables just make good business sense," he said, adding that the fact that renewables have "no fuel cost" means they will "win out" in the long run. Power companies including Duke Energy (DUK), Xcel Energy (XEL) and PSEG (PEG) have recently announced plans to close additional coal power plants in a race to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Top energy regulator warns of mass blackouts if a gas pipeline were attacked Top energy regulator warns of mass blackouts if a gas pipeline were attacked Natural gas and wind are projected to be the fastest-growing sources of US power generation, according to the US Energy Information Administration. Wind power alone is expected to increase by 6% this year and 14% in 2020. By comparison, coal-fired power generation is projected to shrink by 15% this year and 9% in 2020, according to the EIA. "Renewables are to a point where they can compete on their own footing without subsidies and government regulations," Chatterjee said. The FERC chairman declined, however, to wade into the controversy around Trump's claim that windmills cause cancer (they don't). Despite the criticism the Trump administration has received for its approach to energy, Chatterjee emphasized that carbon emissions in the power sector have declined since the president took office. However, he said those efforts to reduce pollution could be derailed if there is an acceleration in the retirement of nuclear power plants. He called nuclear power the single greatest form of carbon-free power. "I don't think you can have a serious conversation about climate change and carbon emissions and not be a proponent of nuclear power," Chatterjee said.
22/9/2019
18:22
behuge2: 😂😂😂living in hope always....we just completely ignore them these days, as never see any changes in the share price.😂€514;😂㊃3;🤡🤡 Jupiter123 Posted in: ITX Posts: 296 Price: 2.10 No Opinion RE: RNS17 Sep 2019 14:16 Ok that's fair enough.... I just find it amazing that people think that way and literally jump in on the basis that someone or (a select few) ramp it up on a daily basis. We have the same on another board, but it's the same three/four guys doing the same everyday and to be honest from what I hear from others we just completely ignore them these days, as never see any changes in the share price. I to believe ITX will come good, but like to keep my feelings to myself as wouldn't want to encourage a 'newbie' into buying a stock that perhaps he should not do .. Wish you GL and I guess we are all different in our opinions.
08/8/2019
14:47
icb888: When everyone is going on about the share price falling and general doom and gloom about how long we have been waiting what is the point. Don’t waste your time and other people’s time who may read it. We all know the position and have done for 10+ years. We need Hasina to give the green light to mine Phulbari. This decision will come out of the blue probably on the back of the Minehead Power Plant which will be her reason for having to give the green light. When that news is released it won’t matter what price you have paid for your shares because the share price will rocket. If you don’t have any shares on the day that happens you probably never will have any because you will be paying £’s not pennies. If you think the decision won’t come then just sell up and take your money to something you do believe in.
01/8/2019
10:50
slickmick: "rickyroman Posts: 451 Price: 21.50 No Opinion ...twaddle and balderdash...Wed 21:13 GP - the reason the share price is 21p is because nobody believes the story. We are six months behind with our presentation, the PM has gone off to get her cataracts done and the word Phulbari does not even cross any-ones lips. This is how it will play out and is based on Hasina's dislike for the mining project. Procrastinate, procrastinate then a 'go ahead' leak. Anu will be tipped off to start another riot, he will bus in the same thugs as were used at Vedanta's Tutacorin smelter, there will be a stand-off with the police, some young hothead Bangla teenagers will be killed and a judge will slap a mining embargo on the project. One happy Hasina - problem solved. Share price 3p - again" Reasonable conclusion. What weight does the Chinese involvement give though?
29/1/2019
12:40
mickb1234: "Today 12:08 Price: 27.50 Profit_profit 1,475 posts RE: Remember I've done what is in my ability. Emailed GCM, got their prompt reply. Spoke to Bangladesh people, got their views. I don't think i have done so much research on any other company in my investing life. Like i said left nothing unturned. Now GCM and Power China joint ventures must deliver their promise. BOG, Hasina cannot afford not go along with the Chinese government state owned company wishes. Remember Power China is state owned. China is one state Party. Bangladesh is Atm one Party rulers. No major opposition in Bangladesh now. So MMS wake up and smell the coffee, and stop holding GCM share price down." Research? Nothing unturned? MMs holding the price down? FFS another newly spiked idiot 🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315; research the share trading figures then all will be revealed 🤣🤣🤣
18/1/2019
12:46
jayviperjayviper: C/O NasiRul off LSE board Subject matterToday 11:58 lots of guesswork on this board from people just trying to will the share price up or down. The latest spike is one of several similar patterns during the past 3 years. The reason. Tang is heavily influenced by his main investors, primarily Kilkenny in the early days, and now Dyani. When they need to shed shares, the only way for them to do it at a price that gives them value is to stimulate PI interest. The way to do this is is by releasing a positive RNS, which are well timed and truthful. This sends the masses scurrying for stock in the hope of the multi % gains. - Meanwhile, those bigger investors release the shares and enjoy the additional equity gained though the inflated share price - As those shares are sold then the share price drops like a stone back to parity. Thats it . Nothing more . Nothing less. The release of shares by Dyani is not due to them believing the deal is poor or not happening, but for them to realise some capital for the work they have done and to keep their share holding at a reasonable level. - They will hold plenty enough to make multi millions from the eventual outcome. The most important aspect to this share price is locked in the discussions between PowerChina,GCM & the advisors from the AL Power & Energy Division. It is my guess that these are now taking place, as activity in Dinajpur in relation to news items, local government profile raising on the matter and delegate visits to Dhaka for a variety of proposal presentations on infrastructure change & investment is far too frequent and high profile now. The key is however still firmly held by the Head of the Energy & Power Division, who's acknowledgement of the Scheme of Development , and in its consideration, is totally reliant on how much she and her close ministers benefit from it. - Not of course through bribes, but in those 'legal' benefits such as contract awards and similar lines of indirect income. In my view, this is actually extremely close.
13/1/2019
11:57
888icb: We have seen some reasonable volume on several days in recent weeks as the share price started its move north. Then on Friday over 5 million shares were traded which is over 5% of the company and the share price went UP 49%. It is useful to remember that just 5 shareholders hold 57% of GCM(Dyani 19.3%,Polo 17.8%, Kilkenny 9.9% are the top 3). The number of shares in free float is relatively small and this lack of supply can have a dramatic effect on the share price as we saw on Friday. It is also highly likely that there a lot of long term holders who are holding for the green light. If the positive sentiment towards GCM continues with thoughts of JDA, Green light and/or takeover then the coming days and weeks should be very exciting and profitable. Good fortune to all investors and remember if it moves so fast you can’t buy GCM you can always try Polo. Polo already trades at a massive discount to its NAV and as such provides good exposure to GCM but with very low risk.
21/3/2018
20:48
legionnaire2: Pappiklon How do see the GCM share price upon a harmonious green light ? Are the Cazenove and other broker notes still in any way indicative ?
23/2/2017
09:27
tburns: From that link Shaun "The reasons EE is important for Bangladesh are: (i) domestic natural gas is depleting very fast; (ii) despite having significant deposits of high quality coal, the country is unable to mine it; " UNABLE or UNWILLING!!! Change of President, change of attitude, how much longer can they ignore this gargantuan resource they are sitting on. Technology exists to extract coal in more eco-friendly ways now compared to the past. Some people will need to be relocated but for the greater good of Banga's economic survival going forward. Oh, and the GCM share price!!
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