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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Phoenix Global Resources Plc LSE:PGR London Ordinary Share GB00B7LHJ340 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.70 4.00 5.70 - 0.00 08:00:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 97.6 -101.7 -3.0 - 159

Phoenix Global Resources Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/10/2014
15:45
what's with the name change Treacle ? embarrassed ? you should be
the stigologist
24/10/2014
15:34
http://www.eng.24.kg/parliament/172841-news24.html
sm22
22/10/2014
15:05
sounds like treacle has a new name
the stigologist
22/10/2014
15:04
one born every minute
the stigologist
22/10/2014
14:59
I own 20m shares in PGR all brought @ .007p, I will DOUBLE my money...
sm22
14/10/2014
21:09
Mike111D Just because I have held these shares and traded them before and not commented here recently does not mean I have finally come to see sense. These were a good trade a while back but ultimately 99% of these companies fail in the end. I think this is coming near to that. You go around this site saying the same on many stocks and you will be right in 99% of cases. But you will never make money if your trading is governed by your negatively and you will miss many opportunities.
loverat
14/10/2014
20:06
Good to see you finally coming to your senses Loverat and IMO you will likely see PFP heading the same way, another stock I recall being promoted by certain folk on the CR thread.
mike111d
14/10/2014
19:23
This aint old news lol this is from the Kyrgyz press a couple of weeks ago. The Kyrgyz government’s penchant for trying to revise deals with foreign investors stands to have a big financial backlash. An assortment of angry investors anticipates winning damage awards totaling almost $1 billion in international arbitration. The plaintiffs’ primary concern isn’t connected with the soundness of their respective cases against Kyrgyzstan; most are wondering how outstanding and potential arbitration awards might be squeezed out of a bankrupt government with few foreign-held assets to seize in lieu of payment. Weighed down by nine unresolved international disputes ranging from seized mining licenses to an expropriated hotel, Bishkek created the Center for Judicial Representation in February to coordinate its legal defense. Representatives of the center are reluctant to talk to the press, leaving local media keen to know how much the government is paying in legal fees in Moscow, Ontario, Paris, the Hague and other locations. They also want to know where that money is coming from. The total value of the disputes, before legal fees, is upwards of $925 million (about 13 percent of GDP), according to the Ministry of Justice. Bishkek is now facing two unenviable choices: paying out on cases it loses – a largely unfeasible option, given the country’s budget woes – or following the reputation-damaging strategy of stonewalling. Early evidence suggests the government has embraced the latter, as wronged investors eye its only serious foreign holding—shares in Centerra Gold, operator of the country’s one key industrial asset.
r g fletcher
14/10/2014
19:09
Very poor form on the part of Bob but hardly surprising all things considered.
mike111d
14/10/2014
17:03
I have to agree, looks like it has been milked of the last drop of cash, also think the BOD talk a lot of bull and don't actually crack on with things, if you take a look at Manas Resources they are doing stuff in the Kyrgyz Republic, they don't seem to have the issues of rebels on horseback, shame we did not have the right people involved in the project.
bankboy001
14/10/2014
15:48
retreat ! Premier Gold Resources plc ("Premier Gold" or the "Company") Directorate Change Premier Gold (AIM: PGR), the Central Asia-focused gold exploration and development company, announces that Colonel Bob Stewart DSO MP has informed the board of his decision to step down as Non-executive Chairman with immediate effect in order to allow him to focus on his parliamentary duties. The board wishes to place on record its appreciation for Colonel Stewart's efforts on the Company's behalf since his appointment in May 2012.
the stigologist
13/10/2014
09:47
Peel Hunt LLP increase holding in PGR
sm22
09/10/2014
09:38
news leaked
falia
06/10/2014
18:59
We all lost the day we invested in this crock of
vauch
06/10/2014
18:56
Even if you win YOU LOSE get it!! ?
r g fletcher
06/10/2014
18:50
The chart certainly is not, where will it stop or will it simply move to suspension pending clarification of the financial position?
mike111d
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