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    shelcomm. The shares in EXT stopped trading @ 3.53:39 yesterday afternoon, and resumed trading on close, if you look at the ASX notices recieved it shows it there, also if you look at the course of trades it also shows it there. cheers Simmo.
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    Now I have seen it all. Halt trading because they are releasing Quarterly Activities Report. I have been in the market for over 35 years and never seen this happen, bist I hope their is some good news. Simmo.
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    EXT has stopped trading, their will be notice, Re whatever. Fingers xed. Simmo.
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    Hi Everybody. Surfrat70 As you state RIO`s processing facility is clapped out, they are updating the plant! Look Investors like you and I are getting done over by Companies, ASIC, and the ASX it is made for the big Investor not for the Mums & Dads of this world. With roboting trading allowed , ex, I entered trades on numerous occassions buys & sells, the shares had not moved for ages, but soon as I pushed the trade button, the buy order moves down, and the sell order moves up, it is rigged for the big boys, bist I must admit I have done pretty good Investing in the last ten years, EXT has been a big win, but go back to 1999-2000, I done heaps $100s of thousands. I wont go into detail. It was all my own hard earned that I lost. I still do not believe my email will achieve what i SET OUT TO DO, but if it does lets construct the plant and get the full benefits, now if that were to happen, I myself may not be around to see that, so what I intend to do is transfer all the shares into my wifes name. KirbieCat. Mate I have been pissed off for a while, esp with management, they preach & sprook they care for s/hs, but they dont give a rats arse, after all if it was not for investors, mums & dads these buggers would not have job, we are the ones that finance them, bist since Peter Mac got stabbed in the back by that p---k honen things have gone downhill, Martin Leslie and all the others, that have appointed been since then have achieved nothing, they only in it for there pockets. hE AND his mates have not give us S/Hs ONE 1 great announcemet sinc ewe being appointed, as in offtake agreements or ionvestors willing to put money in, they are sitting there taking the money, Rothchilds have not done sfa but employed for nearly 1 year and what O, There are people on this forum that could do better. Josef. Seriously, yes I am serious, I have personally emailed you and we have spoke, you know where I am stand & coming from ( not that we have for awhile) I know the sharemarket= nothing 100% in concrete, bist I know your pissed off as well, Youreself, Harlle, Lord elpus, Stayhere, Gero, and many many more, done the research way back then, and were not shy in trying to let other people know, that EXT was a 20 Bagger,(not that we did call it 20 bagger but not far off). But we were as you can recall, called idiots, liars , and also told by moderators on that arse o of a site, we were out of order They demanded give us the facts so we did, and then were moderated, those idiots over their have not had the last laugh We have, we have all come along way and I have ti admit the posters on this forum are brilliant, aist I just dont mean the EXT thread, on this forum I may wish you all goodnight, what is wrong I can not edit my posts, Ill just go and get pissed. ALSO Josef, I have invested in the following stocks, PDYOR. ATI. BDR. MEL. BRU. LYC. SVL. VEC. cHEERS Simmo. s
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    I have set a cat amongst the pidgeons. I have had enough of Honen the the backstabber from Kalahari, I have sent a EMAIL requesting no M/L be awarded unless a New processing plant is constructed for the benefit of the Namibian Goverment and Citizens of Namibia. This is the letter I sent, I know some of you will be pissed off with me but I dont care I have been a s/h for 8 years. Deputy Minister Honorable Willem ISAAK. Dear Sir. I write this letter in a distraught state, as you would be aware Kalahari Minerals which has a 47.2% shareholding in the Husab Project of which Extract Resources owns, they Kalahari are in talks with chinese company CGNPC also known as Guandong to sell out of their Holding in Extract and the Husab Project, and by all reports here in Australia they the Chinese and Rio Tinto (known in Namibia as Rossing Uranium) are going to process the ore from Husab at Rossing. My main concern to be honest with you is this resource is going to be sold at a great discount, and I will not be the onlyperson to suffer. The people of Namibia will not benefit from this resource, in the manner in which they should, meaning if there were to be a new plant constructed in Namibia it would create 4,000 Construction jobs, and also create employment for 1600 full timeCitizens, which would be enormous for your GDP and also give a great opportunity for your citizens to have a better lifeand education. Under Australian Takeover Laws if a Major Foreign shareholder, holding more than 20% of a Australian Company, on arequest from that Australian Company to the Authorities here in Australia . CGNPC must follow through with the sameoffer to all other Shareholders, with that said, they Kalahari Minerals do not seem to care about anybody but themselvesso what I am requesting, is your goverment does is not issue a mining license unless their is a new plant constructed soso the People of Namibia can benefit and the Majority of shareholders, I must also explain Extract Resources is Knownin Namibia as SWAKOP URANIUM. So what I am really asking your goverment to do is, notify Kalahari Minerals in the UK and let them know that if they sellout to the Chinese knowing that a deal is already done with Rossing Uranium OR a deal will be done after the sellout toCGNPC no mining license will be granted. I am a shareholder of Extract Resources. Kind RegardsMr Peter Simpson
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    I have set a cat amongst the pidgeons. I have had enough of Honen the the backstabber from Kalahari, I have sent a EMAIL requesting no M/L be awarded unless a New processing plant is constructed for the benefit of the Namibian Goverment and Citizens of Namibia. This is the letter I sent, I know some of you will be pissed off with me but I dont care I have been a s/h for 8 years. Deputy Minister Honorable Willem ISAAK. Dear Sir. I write this letter in a distraught state, as you would be aware Kalahari Minerals which has a 47.2% shareholding in the Husab Project of which Extract Resources owns, they Kalahari are in talks with chinese company CGNPC also known as Guandong to sell out of their Holding in Extract and the Husab Project, and by all reports here in Australia they the Chinese and Rio Tinto (known in Namibia as Rossing Uranium) are going to process the ore from Husab at Rossing. My main concern to be honest with you is this resource is going to be sold at a great discount, and I will not be the onlyperson to suffer. The people of Namibia will not benefit from this resource, in the manner in which they should, meaning if there were to be a new plant constructed in Namibia it would create 4,000 Construction jobs, and also create employment for 1600 full timeCitizens, which would be enormous for your GDP and also give a great opportunity for your citizens to have a better lifeand education. Under Australian Takeover Laws if a Major Foreign shareholder, holding more than 20% of a Australian Company, on arequest from that Australian Company to the Authorities here in Australia . CGNPC must follow through with the sameoffer to all other Shareholders, with that said, they Kalahari Minerals do not seem to care about anybody but themselvesso what I am requesting, is your goverment does is not issue a mining license unless their is a new plant constructed soso the People of Namibia can benefit and the Majority of shareholders, I must also explain Extract Resources is Knownin Namibia as SWAKOP URANIUM. So what I am really asking your goverment to do is, notify Kalahari Minerals in the UK and let them know that if they sellout to the Chinese knowing that a deal is already done with Rossing Uranium OR a deal will be done after the sellout toCGNPC no mining license will be granted. I am a shareholder of Extract Resources. Kind RegardsMr Peter Simpson
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    I have set a cat amongst the pidgeons. I have had enough of Honen the the backstabber from Kalahari, I have sent a EMAIL requesting no M/L be awarded unless a New processing plant is constructed for the benefit of the Namibian Goverment and Citizens of Namibia. This is the letter I sent, I know some of you will be pissed off with me but I dont care I have been a s/h for 8 years. Deputy Minister Honorable Willem ISAAK. Dear Sir. I write this letter in a distraught state, as you would be aware Kalahari Minerals which has a 47.2% shareholding in the Husab Project of which Extract Resources owns, they Kalahari are in talks with chinese company CGNPC also known as Guandong to sell out of their Holding in Extract and the Husab Project, and by all reports here in Australia they the Chinese and Rio Tinto (known in Namibia as Rossing Uranium) are going to process the ore from Husab at Rossing. My main concern to be honest with you is this resource is going to be sold at a great discount, and I will not be the onlyperson to suffer. The people of Namibia will not benefit from this resource, in the manner in which they should, meaning if there were to be a new plant constructed in Namibia it would create 4,000 Construction jobs, and also create employment for 1600 full timeCitizens, which would be enormous for your GDP and also give a great opportunity for your citizens to have a better lifeand education. Under Australian Takeover Laws if a Major Foreign shareholder, holding more than 20% of a Australian Company, on arequest from that Australian Company to the Authorities here in Australia . CGNPC must follow through with the sameoffer to all other Shareholders, with that said, they Kalahari Minerals do not seem to care about anybody but themselvesso what I am requesting, is your goverment does is not issue a mining license unless their is a new plant constructed soso the People of Namibia can benefit and the Majority of shareholders, I must also explain Extract Resources is Knownin Namibia as SWAKOP URANIUM. So what I am really asking your goverment to do is, notify Kalahari Minerals in the UK and let them know that if they sellout to the Chinese knowing that a deal is already done with Rossing Uranium OR a deal will be done after the sellout toCGNPC no mining license will be granted. I am a shareholder of Extract Resources. Kind RegardsMr Peter Simpson
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    Watched Lateline Bisiness last night Re the Olympic Dam go ahead, the market wrap section was on next with EXT being mentioned ,and then BHP, with the analyst stating he was surprised that BHP did not rally, he went onto state that usually means BHP may be on the verge of a T/O. When you access the link click onto Tiki Fullerton it will have quick video on Olympic Dam and will roll straight onto market wrap, very interesting,I hope ext is on their radar. http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/business/ Cheers. Simmo.
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    As suggested a couple of days ago, my sentiments was the offer is to low, then some suggested Guandong N/E only want to get the ball rolling. Playing that game is frought with danger, under australian T/O laws, if the above come in first, they will not have the final bid."" Reason"" if someone comes in over the top of them, they Guandong will only have one bid left If they have to make a second bid it would want to be a good one, maybe only then Rio may come in with a joint bid to make sure they get it over the line. Rio have been in this position before, Roxby Downs, coming in with a low bid first is not a good idea, and make no mistake RIO & GUANDONG are in this together as i suggested saturday, they have the processing facilities. Good luck holders. Simmo.
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    Hi All. If CGNPC offer or relaunch a bid of 270 Pence p/s, as reported next week, they are as bad as bandits. Also if Kalahari except this or reccommend to their s/hs to accept, they just told the biggest lies in their annual report. Mark Hohnen. Today Hohnen was keen to stress the strategic value of Husab as the supply of Uranium becomes constrained. " The board believes that these factors underpin the string longterm market fundamentals for URANIUM and make the significance of a Project of Husabs QUALITY and SCALE EVIDENT", the Kalahari chairman added The Kalahari chairman added. "We remain centred on realising the underlying value of Husab, and are committed to the onward stewardship and cultivation of commercial discussions wit interested parties, in support of the EXT partnership process with Rothchild with which to achieve this goal". With over 500 Million IB of uranium at last update, and the costs dropping to mine the ore under the MORE programme since that offer was made, I would think the offer should be raised to at least 450 Pence, and if EXT are going to be smart about this, they should give a"" further update""on reserves and increased U Lbs, they would be ongoing on tabulating this resource and would be getting assays of drilling back all the time. I agree with DRAG the offer should be a good one, as above for a starrt. I still have suspicions that this offer will be made at the lower price of 270 P, WITH rIO`S blessing. ""They are in this together make no mistake"" CGNPC will not build a plant(which will piss the Namibian Goverment off, as they are looking at more Employment for their Citizens) If the Namib Goverment were smart , they should issue the M/L straight away, which would give the S/P a boost, and would be well over the pittance of a offer of 270 P. tHEY THE nAMIB GOVERMENT ARE HOLDING BACK THE m/l for one reason only and that is espangelo, they the goverment EXT and the above should have this sorted also by now, with PDN ONLY TAKING 2 monthr to recieve their M/L With Camecos offer of nearly $10 per Ib in ground for Hathor explorations deposit in Canada, and roughly only $4 per ib in ground for Husab ,that is a big difference, i know that offer comes with Cameco having their plant nearby, so taking that into context, a offer of $15 p/s is in the ball park if taking Camecos offer on a equal basis, and by the way Hathor has knocked back the offer. Enough of my ramblings for now. Stuffed if know, I can not edit on sharescene, sorry . Cheers. Simmo
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    Drag. It was not SGJ Investments that done that x trade of 3,000,000 shares last wednesday week, as they still hold 2,533,744 shares, it normally only takes 3 days for shares to be cleared, it may have been a few sellers. I have been nuked by a Banana, only kidding. Uranium Mining: The Journey ^From Myth to Fact. http://www2.godanriver.com/news/2011/oct/0...act-ar-1362364/ Cheers. Simmo.
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    Hi to all EXT Holders. Some very serious buying this morning, 321,183 Shares been traded, there has been 25000 & 50,000 Lots put up for sale, the share price now has progressed to $8.03 Cents, looks as though the M/L might not be very far away from being AWARDED. GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY WE HAVE EARNT IT. Cheers. Simmo
  13. HI, CROOKY. I see LNG and their Assiciates, accumulated 4,814,901 shares in the last four months. And aquired another 12,605,412 shares in the past few days, total shares 17,419;313.= 5.16% With the announcement on the 29TH of October that ERM Power had Aquired 18,586,989. =6.0%. They have booked their seats for the next big ride, IHB that this ride will go a lot higher than BOWS the reason I say this is the convential gas they have discovered,on top of the CSG. Cheers. Simmo.
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    Here is a Gold stock worth looking at Beadell Resources.-BDR. Tucano (Brazil) 100%. Resources 4.3 Million oz of Gold. Reserves 1.25 " " " Production Forecast 150-180 K oz of Gold Per Annum. First pour in March-May 2012. They also have a new gold discovery in the West of Oz, and also have a new discovery in Brazil. If when you see the s/p and the amount of shares traded today, do not be alarmed, beadell have been put in the ASX 200 , the reason of the amount of traded is the Vangard Funds have Disposed and the Major Funds are rebalancing their Portfolios. It gave me a chance to get more at a bargain basement price, and if you like, after you read their reports, you may well Believe I am correct. Cheers. Simmo. IMHO it is worth a look. PDYOR. r
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    Hi Flower. Holding the price of gold down. The longer-term sustainability of this is zero. http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN...e_Downside.html Regards. Simmo.
  16. 4 BIGGEST BANKS IN AMERICA HAVE HUGE LEVERAGE. We are teetering on a global financial crisis, bigger than the first, these yanks need their arses kicked. The full story is on the following link. http://usawatchdog.com/four-biggest-banks-...-huge-leverage/ Cheers. Simmo.
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    Hi all. Nuclear Groth after Fukushima Slows. The latest projections by the IAEA. Providing both a low and high projection the report considers planned shutdowns,operating reactors, possible licence renewals and plausible construction projects until 2030. As a conservative projection global nuclear power capacity grows from current demand of 367 Gigawatts to 501 Gigawatts in 2030, down 8% from the previous low forecast, a more optimistic projection, suggests it could grow to 746 Gigawatts in 2030, A REDUCTION OF 7% from the previous high projection. With most groth expected to occur in countries that already have operating N.P.P, the publication forecasts that by 2030 THE number of operating N Reactors increases by about 90, in the low projection, and by about 350 in the high projection, from the current total of 433 reactors. I do not know if all people realise , the reactors that are being installed around the world are more than double the size of the ones previously installed. The full report is on the following link. Cheers. Simmo. vhttp://uraniuminvestingnews.com/9220/russia-and-the-united-states-cooperating-on-nuclear-agreement.html?utm_source=Resource+Investing+News&utm_campaign=5e97a4c99f-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email
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    surfrat70. EXT. Do not have to release a Top 20, they will on request if their has not been one released for awhile, I myself have contacted the company and requested such a release, and they have responded accordingly. I noticed that 3 Million cross trade today @$7.91.5, it was not long after, I myself put a order in for 15000 shares @ $7.91, and did I get my arse burnt, but not to worry I am in for the long haul. I have also got a order in for 10,000 @$7, I notice that I am left at the start of the queue, I am cashed up at the moment, as I retired on the 17th of this month, and will continue to buy, not like I did today. Harlee. How are you my dear, I had a bit of a chuckle today, I noticed you and champ were at it again, he is not worth the trouble, as we have experienced in the past, he and his cohorts were the reason I dont post there anymore. The one good thing that has happened, is our research and posting of such, is we were responsible posters and only, and state I only posted facts,as we all did. I dont know whats going on with Sharescene but I cant edit my oposts Cheers. Simmo.
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    Hi all. Good news is upon us. Beadell resources to be included in the S&P/ASX200 on october the 5th, with Connect East Group most likely being acquired by Horizon Roads,on a scheme of arrangement with court approval. So that means only one thing, the Major Funds will acquire stock so they can balance their portfolios. I am so happy Cheers. Simmo.
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    http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplace/full-story/archive/2011/september/article/moodys-rates-namibia-as-stable-in-first-ever-rating/fileadmin/templates/October2008/images/LOGO.gif25 September 2011 News<h1 class="csc-firstHeader">Marketplace News</h1>23.09.2011 Moody’s rates Namibia as ‘stable’ in first-ever rating NAMIBIA was given the lowest investment-level credit rating by Moody’s Investors Service as the African nation plans to sell debt in international markets this year. Moody’s rated the country Baa3 with a stable outlook, it said in a statement from New York yesterday. The assessment is equal to Tunisia and Colombia’s and is three steps below South Africa, the largest economy on the continent. This is the first time Moody’s Investors Service has assigned first-time local- and foreign-currency issuer ratings to Government. The low investment grade ratings reflect the Government’s track record of responsible budget management and maintenance of low public debt as well as an investor-friendly policy framework, balanced against structural legacy challenges posed by wide income disparities, very high unemployment and dependence upon the mining sector for foreign exchange earnings. The outlook is stable. At the same time, Moody’s assigned Namibia’s long-term country ceiling for foreign currency debt at A3. The foreign currency debt ceiling represents the highest rating that could generally be assigned to any debt issuer domiciled in Namibia that would issue bonds in the global capital markets. Namibia’s country ceiling for foreign currency banks deposits is set at Baa3, equivalent to the government’s issuer ratings. Finally, Moody’s has assigned A1 country ceilings for local-currency debt and deposits to Namibia. “Namibia is a relatively new nation, having only achieved its independence in 1990. Still, the Government has prudently managed its abundant natural resource assets from the start despite the challenges of the country’s vast size and sparse population. “The Baa3 ratings are based on our expectation that the country’s credit profile will continue to be supported by such prudent management. Policymakers have maintained an investor-friendly environment that has encouraged significant exploration and development by a variety of mining companies, small and large, from all over the world,†Moody’s said. The rating agency also said that the government’s policy predictability and disciplined management of its finances are important drivers of its creditworthiness. – Bloomberg and BusinessLive.co.za This will give international Investors more confidence in their decision making,in deciding to invest in the HUSAB Project. Cheers. Simmo. <- Back to: Top Stories<h1 class="csc-firstHeader">Other Marketplace news</h1> ‘Brics euro fund unfeasible,’ says Chinese expertAfrican growth to exceed 5 per centHarare won’t clip airline’s wingsOld Mutual in BEE deal with ZimbabweMoody’s cuts three major US banks Other news Frontlining on TwitterSensing Something ... About the CensusGetting it Wrong ... Getting it Right Local Student Gillian Mouton Makes Top 10 in Face of Sarie CompetitionAround the World... For Free?http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplace/full-story/archive/2011/september/article/moodys-rates-namibia-as-stable-in-first-ever-rating/uploads/tx_macinabanners/Rate_Card.jpgprivacy statement |© 2008 The Namibian |Web site developed by Intertechvar gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));try {var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-1644065-25");pageTracker._trackPageview();} catch(err) {}http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#
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    http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplace/full-story/archive/2011/september/article/moodys-rates-namibia-as-stable-in-first-ever-rating/fileadmin/templates/October2008/images/LOGO.gif25 September 2011 News<h1 class="csc-firstHeader">Marketplace News</h1>23.09.2011 Moody’s rates Namibia as ‘stable’ in first-ever rating NAMIBIA was given the lowest investment-level credit rating by Moody’s Investors Service as the African nation plans to sell debt in international markets this year. Moody’s rated the country Baa3 with a stable outlook, it said in a statement from New York yesterday. The assessment is equal to Tunisia and Colombia’s and is three steps below South Africa, the largest economy on the continent. This is the first time Moody’s Investors Service has assigned first-time local- and foreign-currency issuer ratings to Government. The low investment grade ratings reflect the Government’s track record of responsible budget management and maintenance of low public debt as well as an investor-friendly policy framework, balanced against structural legacy challenges posed by wide income disparities, very high unemployment and dependence upon the mining sector for foreign exchange earnings. The outlook is stable. At the same time, Moody’s assigned Namibia’s long-term country ceiling for foreign currency debt at A3. The foreign currency debt ceiling represents the highest rating that could generally be assigned to any debt issuer domiciled in Namibia that would issue bonds in the global capital markets. Namibia’s country ceiling for foreign currency banks deposits is set at Baa3, equivalent to the government’s issuer ratings. Finally, Moody’s has assigned A1 country ceilings for local-currency debt and deposits to Namibia. “Namibia is a relatively new nation, having only achieved its independence in 1990. Still, the Government has prudently managed its abundant natural resource assets from the start despite the challenges of the country’s vast size and sparse population. “The Baa3 ratings are based on our expectation that the country’s credit profile will continue to be supported by such prudent management. Policymakers have maintained an investor-friendly environment that has encouraged significant exploration and development by a variety of mining companies, small and large, from all over the world,†Moody’s said. The rating agency also said that the government’s policy predictability and disciplined management of its finances are important drivers of its creditworthiness. – Bloomberg and BusinessLive.co.za This will give international Investors more confidence in their decision making,in deciding to invest in the HUSAB Project. Cheers. Simmo. <- Back to: Top Stories<h1 class="csc-firstHeader">Other Marketplace news</h1> ‘Brics euro fund unfeasible,’ says Chinese expertAfrican growth to exceed 5 per centHarare won’t clip airline’s wingsOld Mutual in BEE deal with ZimbabweMoody’s cuts three major US banks Other news Frontlining on TwitterSensing Something ... About the CensusGetting it Wrong ... Getting it Right Local Student Gillian Mouton Makes Top 10 in Face of Sarie CompetitionAround the World... For Free?http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplace/full-story/archive/2011/september/article/moodys-rates-namibia-as-stable-in-first-ever-rating/uploads/tx_macinabanners/Rate_Card.jpgprivacy statement |© 2008 The Namibian |Web site developed by Intertechvar gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));try {var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-1644065-25");pageTracker._trackPageview();} catch(err) {}http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#http://www.namibian.com.na/news/marketplac...t-ever-rating/#
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    surfrat70 I concur with you completely, EXT have to ask for a trading halt as you say. The T/Halt has been put in place to ensure those in the know cannot take any advantage over the rest of the s/holders. I should emagine that kalahari will most likely be placed, or request to be placed in a T/Halt tonight, if they are, I would say that the Chinese offer will stand or they ask for a extention to get regulative approval from the different Chinese goverment authorities. If the offer stands, those investors who went short will be in a fair bit of trouble. Cheers. Simmo.
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    Hi all. EXT goes into a trading halt, pending the chinese bid. CMC Markets will not allow me to have a read. Cheers. Simmo.
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    surfrat70 I just accessed it again on sharescene, try again or go to EXT`S web site. Cheers. Simmo.
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    Hi all. EXT is confident that the prospecting licence is safe. http://www.aspectfinancial.com.au/docserve...ZGVsYXllZC5qc3A= Cheers. Simmo.
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