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Geiger Counter Limited LSE:GCL London Ordinary Share GB00B15FW330 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 44.40 43.00 45.80 44.40 44.40 44.40 92,916 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.3 -0.3 - 43

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09/11/2017
16:52
"Most of the US/CN #Uranium stocks up double digits from the opening this morning. I think we are in for a 1-2 month rally further fueled institutional investors slowly gaining interest again and the spot price ticking up." Https://twitter.com/uraniumnet/status/928657998163058689
x54v
09/11/2017
15:12
The news has certainly got the market's attention. A strong rise so far today and significant volume.
x54v
09/11/2017
15:10
10% supply cut is quite something, onwards and upwards from here hopefully.
novicetrade68
09/11/2017
15:07
bu66er - I was hoping to top up substantially at 15-16p :-) This looks like it could be the start of another significant run-up, as happened earlier this year.
bigtbigt
09/11/2017
14:52
Uranium really rockets when it gets going. This could move very swiftly above 30p as it did at the beginning of the year. GCL one of the very few ways to invest in the UK.
x54v
09/11/2017
14:36
Global X Uranium ETF opening up strongly in the US. Up over 6% at the moment.
x54v
09/11/2017
14:08
The Kazakhs said in late October that they were going to cut production again at the end of this year. By how much may be determined by Camaco's action. A drastic cut coupled with Camaco's could cause a panic among the utility buyers as it did back in 2007 when they panicked over securing supply having thought they were safe. I'm hanging on to all my uranium miners and GCL for what could prove to be the rid of my life. Everything is up bar Cameco on the other side of the pond and that will have its day in the sun when the anxiety of the utility buyers intensifies.
dogberry202000
09/11/2017
12:47
Largest volume today in months. The last volume spikes led to sizeable moves, especially the January one. Http://goo.gl/eFxnkT
x54v
09/11/2017
11:02
Uranium shares spike as Canadian giant Cameco suspends production "Peter Reeve, the chairman of local uranium junior Aura Energy, said Cameco's announcement was enormous for the market, but not surprising." "This is significant for the uranium market, and frankly, three years overdue," Mr Reeve told Fairfax Media." Http://www.smh.com.au/business/mining-and-resources/uranium-shares-spike-as-canadian-giant-cameco-suspends-production-20171109-gzi4zc.html
x54v
09/11/2017
10:58
"So we had big big spikes overnight on ASX for #uranium companies, but that will take time to alter the #GCL NAV and thus share price " Https://twitter.com/DkOkenia/status/928571966105276416
x54v
09/11/2017
08:59
Yes, it's a major move by the leading miner, Cameco. Many Aussies saw their share prices spike higher overnight, one by over 30%! Back in 2007 the flooding of Cameco's main mine caused a major move in the price of uranium. The Khazaks are likely to reciprocate by drastically cutting back production. Makes me think of some of the things Rick Rule said about the supply of uranium over the last couple of years.
dogberry202000
09/11/2017
08:28
• Cameco (NYSE:CCJ) -4.6% after-hours on news that it will suspend production from the McArthur River mining and Key Lake milling operations in Saskatchewan by the end of January, citing continued uranium price weakness.• The company also will cut its annual dividend to $0.08/share in 2018, saying it is currently paying dividends out of proportion with its earnings.• CCJ says its workforce at the two operations will be reduced temporarily by ~845 workers; it expects to spend $6.5M-$7.5M per month to maintain the operation.
tonsil
09/11/2017
08:23
Supply taken out this is a big buy here
nw99
20/10/2017
08:28
The outcome of the election in Japan this weekend will be very important for market perception of uranium going forward.
dogberry202000
06/10/2017
09:45
Does seem to be some positive signs in the sector - CCJ has had a couple of up days, and has U. Definitely feels like the bottom of the trend at the moment, only way looks up.
mad foetus
05/10/2017
14:45
Currently unable to share charts as Stockopedia's sharing facility currently appears to be on the blink. However, I note the gap between 18.60 and 19.19 has now filled. It seems the eager Questor buyers of late June have now mostly departed en-mass after getting bored... We're currently at a decent zone of support at around 18.03, with a one year support zone under that of 17.19 - the June low. For what it's worth, I am nibbling here. I have no idea what is going to happen next in the Uranium space but I'd like to see the 17.19 zone hold. I'm encouraged by the fact that volume in this Investment Trust is so low. The only thing that concerns me right now is the 8% slide in Cameco the other day. Can't figure out why this happened, but I'm sure it will become apparent in due course. It had been pretty stable for a number of months - maybe a big holder got bored or decided to sell for tax reasons. We have North American Tax Loss season approaching, which could provide a further opportunity for scaling in.
jimbo55
27/9/2017
22:00
Http://www.the-japan-news.com/news/article/0003964538 Https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20170829/p2a/00m/0na/011000c Https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/09/02/national/tepco-hopes-niigata-reactors-will-clear-major-safety-hurdle-road-restart/#.WcwRio9SzIU I expect GCL to restart its own engines sometime next week. Correction - very soon.
dogberry202000
31/8/2017
06:40
And now, an exciting new interview with Ross McElroy, CEO of Fission Uranium on the results of his summer drilling programme: HTtp://resourcestockdigest.com/archives/index.php?content_id=5725
shavian
30/8/2017
23:23
Next up, an enticing PEA published by NexGen on 31 July: Http://www.nexgenenergy.ca/news/index.php?content_id=304
shavian
30/8/2017
09:19
5% of GCL was invested in BKY as at 30.09.16
tightfist
30/8/2017
08:32
RNS Number : 2636P Berkeley Energia Limited 30 August 2017 Berkeley Energia signs US$120m sovereign wealth fund strategic investment to bring Salamanca into production Berkeley Energia ("Company") is pleased to announce that it has entered into an investment agreement with the sovereign wealth fund of the Sultanate of Oman agreeing to invest up to US$120m to fully fund the Salamanca mine into production. The investment will position the fund as a long term strategic investor in the Company as well as a potential offtake partner, and is structured as: · an interest-free and unsecured convertible loan of US$65m which can be converted into ordinary shares at 50p per share resulting in the fund owning approximately 28% of the Company; and, · three tranches of options convertible at a weighted average price of 85p per share contributing a further US$55m towards the later phases of the Company's development of the Salamanca mine resulting in the fund holding a further 9% of the Company. The investment is binding on the parties and is subject to approval by the Company's shareholders. The fund will have the right to appoint a non-executive director to the Board and has the right to match future uranium off-take transactions on similar commercial terms subject to certain limitations on volume. A summary of the key commercial terms of the investment by the State General Reserve Fund ("SGRF") is included below. Managing Director, Paul Atherley, commented: " "We are delighted to welcome Oman's sovereign wealth fund as a long-term strategic investor in the Company and look forward to working closely with them to realise the full potential of the exciting Salamanca project. The Salamanca mine is one of the only major uranium mines in development in the world today at a time when spot uranium prices are at a decade low. The project benefits from a rare combination of low up front capital cost and very low operating costs and due in part to its location in the heart of the European Union we are able to contract supply at prices well above the current spot price. The fund's interest in matching our future off-take contracts will further enhance our revenue stream." Mr Tim Keating, Private Equity Manager for Mining and Resources, State General Reserve Fund commented: "The Salamanca mine matches our investment criteria of being a long life, low cost mine development opportunity with outstanding economic fundamentals. We are excited to partner with the Berkeley Energia team to unlock the full potential of the Salamanca project." Canaccord Genuity London acted as corporate finance advisor to the transaction.
masurenguy
30/8/2017
08:11
GCL owns a largish chunk of BKY in its holdings.
dogberry202000
30/8/2017
08:08
Exceptional news at Berkeley Energia this morning. QP
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