Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Prairie Min LSE:PDZ London Ordinary Share AU000000PDZ2 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -0.97% 25.50p 25.00p 26.00p 25.50p 25.50p 25.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.6 -14.7 -8.3 - 54.13

Prairie Min Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/10/2018
07:23
AGM is scheduled for 21st of November
plentymorefish
16/10/2018
15:09
Still the same, plenty, but only on minuscule quantities (2,000 shares). I could sell a decent amount easily, but any buying was 'at best' only. Looks like things are tightening up a bit.
lord gnome
16/10/2018
09:39
Real prices quoted today is a bit odd - 25.25 to sell / 25.24 to buy, how often (albeit tiny) do you see a higher price to buy than sell?!
plentymorefish
11/10/2018
15:22
Wide spread (23.05 v 25.24) doesn't help. I was thinking of buying a few more but knowing you're down 8% as soon as you do doesn't inspire me to do so!
plentymorefish
11/10/2018
13:14
A few small sells on a bad day in the markets and down we go with everything else. Like ballymoss, I sit here with fingers crossed and hope for a decent exit. The news can't come soon enough. I'm an investor, get me out of here!
lord gnome
10/10/2018
12:01
Just waiting with fingers crossed.
ballymoss18
10/10/2018
10:49
Somebody had a quick change of heart this morning. At 9.40 a buy went through for 10,714 shares at 28p. At 10.42 10,714 shares were sold for just 27.05p. Must be the same buyer / seller. How to lose £100 in an hour. It would have been more fun to put it on a horse.
lord gnome
10/10/2018
10:20
Agreed LG, IMO all the signs are there, just back to what we've discussed before, at what price? I thought there was only us two left invested!....;)
plentymorefish
10/10/2018
09:54
So now we have the RNS confirming talks still ongoing and hinting at a deal to come. Bringing in a few buyers and we have a tick up in the share price. Helpful to say the least.
lord gnome
10/10/2018
08:37
So a deal for Debiensko is on the cards, but no mention of Jan Karski. Edit: I'm forgetting my manners. Many thanks Plenty. Good find.
lord gnome
10/10/2018
08:27
I've just used google translate to see the whole article to put the above paragraph in context, so here it is: Daniel Ozon, president of Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa, admitted that the current economic situation is prompting new investments. The talks we have started with Prairie Mining on the Dębieńsko mine are coming to an end - we are finalizing the audit and we are finishing the valuations. These processes should end in October. The Dębieńsko mine has been included in the "Program for Silesia" within the framework of the strategy of responsible development - recalled President Ozon. - Potentially this mine could extract 2.5 million tons of good quality coking coal annually. A positive aspect is that the first half a million tons per year - until the shaft at Dębieńsk was built - we could extract using the Szczygłowice infrastructure. Demand is, therefore, a strategic investment makes sense. You have to invest in the moments of prosperity and today this economic situation is. When the next cycle comes, we want to be prepared - we now want to guarantee long-term financing - Daniel Ozon admitted. - We are talking with financial institutions, including Chinese, so as to secure even 12-year financing for the construction of the mine. The president of JSW admitted that currently Chinese banks are one of the few that offer such opportunities. In case of problems, import will help, though it is a bit worrying If Polish mining does not rebuild production capacity, coal imports will grow. - There is nothing to argue with the facts. Coal imports will definitely continue and will even grow. The import record from 2011 (15 million tons of coal) will definitely be broken this year - it will be 17-18 million tons. With the upward trend in the following years - said Sławomir Obidziński, president of Węglokoks. Often in the media, he is threatening with coal "from Putin." Coal is a commodity that is massively sold and bought in the world. I assure you that if for some reason coal import from the east was difficult, it will be easily replaced with imports from other directions - said the president of Węglokoks. - It should be emphasized that currently coal from Russia is cheaper - in the Baltic ports it is offered on average by USD 5 cheaper than coal from other directions.
plentymorefish
10/10/2018
07:51
From Hot Copper BB posted overnight: From an article „The talks we have started with Prairie Mining on the Dębieńsko mine are coming to an end - we are finalizing the audit and we are finishing the valuations.These processes should end in October.The Dębieńsko mine has been included in the "Program for Silesia" within the framework of the strategy of responsible development - recalled President Ozon.- Potentially this mine could extract 2.5 million tons of good quality coking coal annually.“ „The president of JSW admitted that currently Chinese banks are one of the few that offer such opportunities.“; Hopefully some kind of (positive) news on the way.....
plentymorefish
07/10/2018
15:58
Interesting comments: “Prairie should be a partner for JSW or Bogdanka -- not the enemy,” Tobiszowski said. I never saw us as the enemy. Hopefully this is all part of the preamble to an offer from JSW. Middle of October was the last I heard. Not too much longer to wait then (yawn).
lord gnome
07/10/2018
10:33
Kindly posted on lse…… https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-05/eu-s-biggest-coal-mining-nation-plans-output-hike-to-cut-imports Nice to see the Deputy Energy Minister mention PDZ in a positive way
plentymorefish
28/9/2018
08:24
Spot on plenty - and the threat of a legal wrangle with the Polish government keeps away anyone else that might just be interested in doing a deal with Prairie. JSW have a buyer's market.
lord gnome
28/9/2018
08:14
Indeed....a bird in the hand and all that versus waiting for 'justice' and getting tied up in knots for years etc. Call me cynical but isn't that what's driving this from the Polish end? IMO of course!
plentymorefish
28/9/2018
08:11
100p would be daylight robbery, but I'll take it with a smile on my face and move on.
lord gnome
28/9/2018
07:47
Cut from today's annual report RNS. This sets out the current situation of the talks with JSW. Hopefully we will have a bid agreed during October. I am still hoping for a very merry Christmas. Possible Co-Operation between Prairie and JSW During the year, Prairie and JSW entered into a Non-Disclosure Agreement ("NDA") with respect to potential co-operation regarding Prairie's two Polish coal projects. The purpose of the NDA was to allow for the exchange of technical and commercial information in order to facilitate substantial and more advanced discussions regarding any potential transaction(s) options in respect of Prairie's projects. Subsequent to the end of the year, Prairie noted press articles regarding comments by representatives from JSW on possible transaction(s) between the Company and JSW with respect to Prairie's Polish coal projects. The Company advises that discussions continue to take place as part of the exchange of technical and commercial information. Commercial discussions continue to be at a preliminary stage and that even if they move onto discussions of specific transactions terms there can be no certainty as to whether any transaction(s) will be agreed, or the potential form of such transaction(s). The Company expects further exchange of information will continue with JSW. In the latest public statement made by JSW, they reported that their due diligence had been finalised and, together with their advisors, were working on an asset valuation. They also disclosed that their completed technical due diligence of Debiensko and Jan Karski showed that both these projects meet JSW's expectations as to the quality of coal. JSW also announced that further steps towards a possible transaction between Prairie and JSW would likely take place in October. Any potential transaction(s), should they occur, may be subject to a number of conditions including, but not limited to, obtaining positive evaluations and expert opinions, necessary corporate approvals, consents and approvals related to funding, consents from Poland's Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) if required, and any other requirements that may relate to the strategy, objectives and regulatory regimes applicable to the respective issuers. The NDA, signed at the end of March 2018, provides for the initial due diligence process to be conducted until the end of September 2018, which may be extended by mutual agreement of both parties. Commercial discussions, if any, may then take place subsequent to September 2018.
lord gnome
19/9/2018
22:31
Thanks, plenty. Looks as though we won't be getting a detailed offer this month after all. Yet more patience needed.
lord gnome
19/9/2018
16:49
Getting a bit jiggy today. A decent rise on good volume with lots of small buys. Have I missed any news or a tip somewhere? We should be hearing more on the deal with JSW any day now.
lord gnome
12/9/2018
09:04
Hopefully just an attack of nerves for some holders and that our deal is still intact. We might know something within a week. We'll just have to sweat it out and keep our fingers crossed. Pity, I had such high hopes for this investment.
lord gnome
12/9/2018
08:18
Yes, LG, I saw that too. It's beginning to feel more like a gamble than an investment! Interesting thing is I thought investing in a company operating in Europe would be a relatively safe bet compared to other parts of the world where 'skulduggery' and 'intrigue' can interfere with commerce, ho hum!
plentymorefish
12/9/2018
08:03
Having done a little bit of digging, it would appear that the sudden burst of selling may be something to do with the future of the CEO of JSW. A story has appeared in the Polish press to the effect that the Polish government wants to sack him, but that he is being protected by the trades unions. The way I see things, any threat to him is a threat to our proposed deal, hence the fall in the share price.
lord gnome
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