Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stratex LSE:STI London Ordinary Share GB00B0T29327 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.325p 1.25p 1.40p 1.325p 1.325p 1.325p 0 07:57:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -2.6 -0.5 - 6.19

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/11/2017
11:36
We may see some developments next week. Fingers crossed. Have a good weekend guys.
romeike
17/11/2017
09:02
The good ol' boys still collecting their salaries. Probably trying to devise a way to drain the last of the cash. What a complete shambles, the only glimmer seems to be this outfit who have been adding. Every prospect of losing the lot here, with very little perceivable upside.
steve1905
16/11/2017
12:33
Boarding Party........?
goldenshare888
16/11/2017
11:40
Who would have thought it would be so quiet on social media given recent events? Is this the lull before the storm I wonder? What will be the requisition parties next move?
observer007
15/11/2017
09:28
We need something like this again, another GM, reworded from Metal Tiger's RNS today.... Stratex shareholders believe that STI is in urgent need of board renewal. The incumbent board has overseen a massive destruction of shareholder value and failed to articulate a clear strategy going forward. Stratex investors share the view that they are not the right team to lead STI in its current situation.
observer007
14/11/2017
21:56
Agree but moaning on this board wont do it. Can't believe PG and the rebel group dont have a plan or wont devise one in a hurry - its their money too
juju44
14/11/2017
19:13
Excellent posts. Both possible. Whilst Exbiz view may be correct. It is surely beholden on all shareholders to assume the worst (or even worse with Hannam around) ? Thus pressure the dysfunctional existing Stratex Board to rid the Company of PA as complicit in disgraceful actions and loans. And to get on with the wishes of the Requisition team and shareholders. We must keep the pressure on imo
corguv
14/11/2017
19:03
I doubt that Bob is still fit to sign at the bottom of the page
juju44
14/11/2017
18:59
Tad I'm quite sure that there is plenty going on behind the scenes now. PG obviously sees something in this car crash of a business and I would suggest he has been in contact with ThanIStratex, and Bob and Dave are quite thick having worked together at Stratex for a number of years but unfortunately they are not likely to conduct discussions in public. Halfwit PA has to go for sure and it does seem odd that Foorde and Hall weren't asked to join the board as was clearly what voters wanted. I do therefore ponder if this a deliberate exercise because a merger is presumably now a forgone conclusion and having Foorde or Hall on the Stratex board could have been seen as them having a foot in both camps, and hence why Doddery Bob was wheeled back in to smooth discussions and a merger transition ??
exbiz
14/11/2017
18:05
My view is it is wrong for the requisition team to wait for contact with Stratex, it seems there has been no contact since the General Meeting other than some proposal to visit the Thani projects in the near future by Bob Foster. There is no way anyone on the Board will step down, on the contrary, they will have to be removed from office. I have looked at the very detailed Thani proposals, very exciting, offering a share price target of 8p, no imminent dilution, cutting costs significantly, merging the Thani assets into Stratex - pricing STI shares at 2p to do that, a tailings project offering near term production, possible tie ups with Teck as a partner, a complete re-branding of the company with new improved PR, a new approachable board which would include a shareholder representative. The current Board do not want any of the above of course, they want to retain their cushy salaries and positions, Bob Foster being re-employed at circa £230k per year, they think they are worth it you see. Yeah right! Peter Addison HAS to go, plain and simple, anyone within the company who continues to suggest that the Crusader deal was a good one HAS to go. Come on requisition team make some statement, you won the vote, would be in office now other than the Stratex legal team spotting a technicality. Peter Gyllenhammar, if you are reading this kindly use your resources to assist, it is in your interest, an army of private investors want change at Stratex.
tadtech
14/11/2017
16:10
Is it worth starting a petition for Peter Addison to step down? This silence from the Company just makes me think they are playing a waiting game, hoping all will quieten down so they can get back to business as usual.
romeike
14/11/2017
16:09
Rom - probably Englesmirk had the cunning Crusader plan in mind when he offered his ‘Services̵7; to Stratex BOD, part of that deal was for a company the small size of Stratex were to pay massively high deal charges of $3 to $4million ! I guess the payee was Unhappy and did utmost to thwart the shareholders vote ? But thus far failed. Me being too cynical or just past experiences?
corguv
14/11/2017
10:29
So was Englebert just taking orders from Ian Hannam from even before his first day as CEO? Or is that just too cynical? I guess at this stage it doesn't really matter. Either way the non execs failed.
romeike
14/11/2017
09:23
Where is Englebroke ? Has he been retained as a consultant to advise on how to achieve profitability.
juju44
14/11/2017
06:40
The requisition team seem to have gone very quiet, they must have spent a great deal of time and money. I would not put it past them to be liaising with the larger shareholders, knowing they have the support of the small guys. They have a strong hand and would be stupid not to use it. I note the media coverage of Hannam, not good was it, these were the guys trying to force the Crusader deal down the throats of Stratex shareholders, also had a hand in parachuting Englebrecht in who destroyed value with just about everything he touched. The directors positions at Stratex are untenable, Addison in particular, they have to go. Bring on some form of new action, it seems inevitable.
observer007
13/11/2017
15:56
Perhaps Gyllenhammer is focusing/betting on the possibility of a Sukari style outcome
bo doodak
13/11/2017
15:34
Englegrabecht was only interested in Crusader and Stratex BOD and in particular the Chairman kow towed against the wishes and interests of shareholders. Bob was a huge enthusiast of Djibouti and the Egyptian prospects at Thani Stratex are well documented and understood imo What is the alternative,
corguv
13/11/2017
15:13
The fact that Stratex doesn't know the precise situation at TSR is just yet more evidence that the existing board not only isn't up to the job, but actually just isn't doing the job at all. Stratex has a 30% holding in TSR and yet it needs a formerly retired CEO and an office manager to go out fact checking.
romeike
13/11/2017
14:51
That's pretty much how I see Stratex now Exbiz, having previously had a strong emotional attachment to Stratex after many years. I feel relieved to be out. Looking back, the waste that's gone on here is unbelievable, but recent events are bordering on criminal.
5huu
13/11/2017
14:49
I think Gyllenhammer might be taking a view on the commodity cycle? He has recently alighted on the very badly run RRR with a big stake. He hasn't demonstrated any activism at RRR (getting rid of bloated Bell-end Andrew Bell would go down well with most).
the stigologist
13/11/2017
14:44
I know where Bob finished, Post Oksut, Oksut NSR, Inlice Etc Etc he presided over vastly increased costs, expenses and Admin charges, coupled with drilling dust, huge value destruction for shareholders. He went, he is back, safe pair of hands my backside. He can only be viewed as a stop gap.
corguv
13/11/2017
12:44
Bob needs to be clear - his main objective is to make himself and the rest of the board redundant as soon as possible. Does anyone know when Bob starts?
romeike
13/11/2017
12:39
This level of disconnection from what it means to invest in a company is a direct result of the BoD's refusal to pay for a meaningful stake. If they cannot see why there is so much anger they should not be running a publicly listed company.
shoggoth
13/11/2017
12:01
If Mr Gyllenhammar can get hold of the 11% stake sold by Anglogold I think it will be game on for change, he would then have 20% and would be very powerful. All of the Stratex head honchos could be for the boot. I cannot see a man like him putting up with such inadequate types, their greed over the years is plain for all to see. In all intents and purpose Stratex is in play, the BOD do not see it but the investment community almost certainly do.
observer007
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