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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Polo Resources Limited LSE:POL London Ordinary Share VGG6844A1158 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.57 1.15 1.99 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -3.3 -1.1 - 6

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16/8/2020
22:38
There is US$10 million in cash or near cash ie investments that can be turned quickly to cash. So what exactly is cash need for in any event?
888icb
16/8/2020
22:08
Cash will be needed
johnnyrambo1
16/8/2020
21:16
At 31/12/19 consolidated cash 281k USD. No news of any cash income this year. Holding company overheads are huge.
russman
16/8/2020
20:41
Don’t ask 888FT. Have you seen his posts for the past 11 years....only BS
johnnyrambo1
16/8/2020
20:11
Just remind me - what was Polo's consolidated cash at the last interims. & that is consolidated. Not what is available in the holding company petty cash. On the other hand they may have retrieved some "loans" or sold something. It would be unusual.
russman
16/8/2020
18:45
Now it’s 20 times LESS 888FT 888ICB - 07 Feb 2013 - 08:37:14 - 8865 of 16816 POLO RESOURCES - POL Currently suspended on Barclays presumably because they haven't done the consolidation on their system. So currently my holding is worth 10x what it was yesterday. I look forward to the day when it really 10 bags!
johnnyrambo1
16/8/2020
18:41
More BS in 2014 when share price was around 20p 😂😂😂🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;🤣 888ICB - 20 Mar 2014 - 12:53:12 - 10852 of 16814 POLO RESOURCES - POL It's a buy
johnnyrambo1
16/8/2020
18:32
What is the share price price Of polo today??? What a clown
johnnyrambo1
16/8/2020
18:30
888FT and his BS in 2017 888ICB - 20 Oct 2017 - 08:41:24 - 25802 of 44607 GCM - Long termers, banter & research - GCM It is going to be interesting to see what happens today. Polo still suspended so if you want exposure you have to buy directly into GCM. Will we test the 52 week intraday high of just over 60p?
johnnyrambo1
16/8/2020
17:54
I am not expecting people to listen to me I am just making useful and relevant information available so that people make make their own mind up having read it. The continual drivel put out by a moron trying to spam the board so people don’t see the real information just shows how scared you are of the real facts. I will leave you to talk to yourself for a few hours.
888icb
16/8/2020
16:54
Polo went from 40p to 1.16 in couple of years
johnnyrambo1
16/8/2020
16:53
With the same BS and misleading informations
johnnyrambo1
16/8/2020
16:53
12 years ramping this penny stock
johnnyrambo1
16/8/2020
15:37
Courtesy of Papiklon on iii. A very recent article concerning GCM as it specifically mentions Phulbari. Important bodies are calling for the development of Phulbari and the Government were parties to the discussion. Dhaka, August 13, 2020 (EP) - Speakers at a webinar on Thursday stressed the need for proper utilization of the local energy resources along with other alternative options, including imports, to ensure the country’s economic growth under any circumstances. They apprehended that the high dependence only on imported fuel would sometime cause difficulties in continuing with the development activities of the country due to volatility that often arises in the international energy market. “It’s not true that we are not doing anything about coal development. We’re conducting different studies on coal,” State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid told the webinar in response to the urges for using local resources like coal. “But that our Prime Minister’s priority is the people and the environment first,” he said. The speakers pointed out that a complete study on Phulbari coal mine has already been done and the government should go for developing it. Forum for Energy Reporters Bangladesh (FERB) organized the seminar in support with Bangladesh Independent Power Producers’ Association (BIPPA) titled “Bangabandhu: Energy Security and Today’s Bangladesh.” The programme was organized to commemorate the historic move taken by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in taking over five gas fields from Shell Oil at a cost of 4.5 million pound on August 9 in 1975. Bangabandhu had dropped a broader hint about using local resources through taking over the gas fields, the webinar was told. Speakers at the meeting also stressed on ensuring availability of energy at affordable price and quality services to the consumers to boost the country’s overall economic growth target. They also emphasized on the need for good governance in the power and energy sector. They recommended exploration of onshore and offshore blocks, and quick retirement of expensive and inefficient oil-fired power plants to streamline the sector. Mr Hamid said the government has opened up the scope of using multi-energy sources to reduce the risks of depending on any specific sort of energy and mitigate the risks in future, if any. It was also working on ensuring affordable and quality supply of power and energy, and establishing good governance in the sector for its sustainable growth. He said that money is no more a problem to implement the power and energy projects, but the problem remains in lack of adequate manpower. The government is trying to introduce modern technology and paperless office to ensure good governance, he said, adding that the government will ensure 100 percent electricity access within the ongoing Mujib Year. Former Bangladesh Bank governor Mohammed Farashuddin, who was also the personal secretary of Bangabandhu, said Bangabandhu was keen on electrification of the war-ravaged country and had instructed all for rural electrification. Making a presentation, Mollah Amzad Hossain, Editor of Energy & Power magazine, said Bangabandhu wanted optimum use of own resources though the country has not unlimited resources. He urged the policymakers to follow the Bangabandhu's philosophy as well as making up the energy gap with imports. He thought mine-mouth power plant would be a viable option for Bangladesh and estimated that about 30 per cent cost will be reduced if the country sets up power plant on own coal. FERB president Arun Karmakar chaired the event, while FERB executive director Shamim Jahangir moderated the virtual seminar. BPDB Former Chairman Khaled Mahmood, BAPEX Former Managing Director Mortuza Ahmed Faruque, BIPPA president Imran Karim, energy expert Khondakar Abdus Saleque and FERB member also spoke on
888icb
16/8/2020
13:27
Polo’s Interim report I March 2020 As at 20 March 2020, the Group had a net position of cash, receivables and short term investments of USD10.13 million (31 December 2019: USD12.02 million). Listed and unlisted investments at marked to market value, cost and valuation amounted to USD22.33 million (31 December 2019: USD47.14 million). The combined total of cash, receivables, payables, listed and unlisted investments was USD28.61 million as of 20 March 2020 (31 December 2019: USD53.89 million) which is equivalent to a Net Asset value of approximately 7.94 pence per Polo share (31 December 2019: 13.18 pence per share).
888icb
16/8/2020
12:11
No idea where you read the last reported Polo cash figure of $10m. For the record, I will never give Tang another 1c.
russman
15/8/2020
19:30
Most of the people have made a massive loss and will be happy if they can get their money back
johnnyrambo1
15/8/2020
19:29
Polo the bargain of a lifetime😂28514;😂€514;😂㈳4;😂😂😂
johnnyrambo1
15/8/2020
13:35
Polo shares closed at 1.43 On Friday
spights
15/8/2020
12:29
My friend allowed me to post the above.figures
spights
15/8/2020
12:28
Polo could be the bargain of a lifetime Depending on Fridays activity
spights
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