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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
London Mining LSE:LOND London Ordinary Share GB00B1VZK334 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.70 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 180.8 -11.6 -10.9 - 7

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/10/2014
22:09
duxy768: "As for those pathetic enough to come here and say 'I told you so'..." You don't suppose you'd have said much the same, had they resumed trading and taken off? You suppose you'd have felt much sympathy for the burnt shorters?
typo56
16/10/2014
22:06
Oh duxy your break my heart! How sad! Next time I'll look east!
newzealander34
16/10/2014
21:29
London Mining enters into administration as Ebola outbreak hurts Sierra Leone mine Thu, 16th Oct 2014 16:45 London Mining on Thursday said a"dramatic fall" in iron ore prices and the Ebola crisis had led the company to enter into administration. The group said the iron ore prices left the business without enough liquidity and the negotiations between the lenders and potential buyers of the Marampa mine in Sierra Leone took longer than expected. Sierra Leone is one of the most affected countries with the Ebola outbreak, which the firm said is a "going concern". Chief executive Graeme Hossie said: "I applaud [the employees] for the ongoing leadership role our team has played within the private sector in Sierra Leone in helping address the challenges of the current Ebola crisis. "The Marampa mine retains excellent fundamentals and it is our sincere wish for it to find the appropriate financial support to continue operating over the longer term."
soul limbo
16/10/2014
21:16
Hopefully a wake up call for those who blindly follow the moves of fund managers and professional investors (inc Buffett).
typo56
16/10/2014
21:05
http://bit.ly/1hAMc5m London Mining’s Greenland asset, is high and dry, and it’s not just London Mining investors who will be out of pocket. Anglo Pacific, the well-known London-based royalty group, has a big exposure - Today, 9:04 PM
joan1234
16/10/2014
19:46
The rampers should post how much they have lost ?
travls
16/10/2014
19:21
if its worth zip, ill have it
pomp circumstance
16/10/2014
19:05
h2owater If you left money on the table then more fool you. You were warned by the company via RNS of its impending failure.
travls
16/10/2014
18:49
Naughty rampers
hassani2
16/10/2014
18:18
Well I am gutted for anyone left holding this one...Yes they told the market but so many were pumping this up days before it went pop..... Be lucky to all & hope you all make your money back & then some.....
chesty1
16/10/2014
18:10
Don't say you weren't warned about this going bust. The company even warned you all. If anybody has lost money on this then you need to take a long hard look in the mirror and ask yourself questions about your investment strategy.
travls
16/10/2014
18:05
alamaison5 I know emotions are running high, but shorters will be closed at zero so will make 100%. Although it will take a while. And anybody buying this after the RNS on the 8th (and probably well before that) isn't an investor
tonysss13
16/10/2014
17:23
The silence is deafening
newzealander34
16/10/2014
17:09
CEO Graeme Hossie said: "London Mining established substantial operations at Marampa, having brought back commercial mining to Sierra Leone after forty years. I salute all our employees for their dedication and contribution to create this project. I applaud them for the ongoing leadership role our team has played within the private sector in the country to help address the challenge of the Ebola crisis. It is our sincere wish to find the appropriate financial support to continue operating over the longer term." The CEO was so busy backslapping he forgot to apologise to shareholders.
bam bam rubble
16/10/2014
17:03
Mali, you were hoping for a recovery no no no! Close the door on your way out! Oh Mali, I admire your hoping on a string! Oh Mali, where for art though Mali! Goodbye!
newzealander34
16/10/2014
16:47
or alternatively go from frying pan to fire as most mug punters do duxy has already moved to lose his money on RLH doesn't mention his previous disasters KIBO STGR and TLY any more funny that
the stigologist
16/10/2014
16:46
Yes all hopes all rumours down the drain :-( Very sad day for me...but life has to go on...although a tough lesson...I am out of AIM for good. Anyway Good Luck in your investments and there is no quick way of recovering these losses...so do not rush anything.
mali7
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