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  1. jazzmoo

    NMS

    In reply to: Blues on Friday 11/01/08 06:56pm The LVR has been assigned by Comsec. It is not yet showing on their official list which was last updated on January 1. NMS was just assigned the LVR yesterday. If you hold NMS through your Comsec margin loan, you will find it is now showing a 40% LVR in your position statement area of the website.
  2. jazzmoo

    NMS

    Anyone who holds NMS through Comsec might be pleased to know that NMS has been assigned an LVR of 40%. Let the money starting rolling and we might get a 70% LVR. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/biggrin.gif
  3. jazzmoo

    NMS

    Normally, an aquisition is announced first and then the trading halt and cap raising follow later. This could be something different. Fingers crossed.
  4. jazzmoo

    NMS

    In reply to: matto300 on Monday 29/10/07 10:37am I'm thinking it could be something else since the first release said that details of the financing would be released "as the transaction progressed". I wouldn't have thought they meant within the hour.
  5. jazzmoo

    NMS

    In reply to: EMD on Sunday 05/08/07 08:00pm It has been a bit hard to find lately, but you will find it here: http://www.neptuneunderwaterwelding.com.au/
  6. jazzmoo

    NLS

    Wouldn't mind betting that Cavidi is involved in this somehow. The tests aside, it shows the demand for a cheap proteese inhibitor like Narhex is developing. Malawi unveils mass HIV testing: report July 16, 2007 - 11:14PM Health officials in Malawi were preparing to launch a massive HIV testing program to identify tens of thousands of people unknowingly infected with the virus in the southern African nation. Many of the estimated 14 per cent of Malawian adults who are HIV-positive do not know they are infected, jeopardising efforts to stop the spread of the HIV/AIDS epidemic among sexually active teenagers and adults, the government has said. Malawi hopes to administer voluntary HIV tests to 130,000 people this week, according to its health department, which estimated only one million of Malawi's six million sexually active population knew their HIV status. "This implies that the majority of Malawians do not know that they are carrying the virus because they have not gone for a test, a situation that poses a great threat to prevention efforts," health authorities said in a statement, according to South Africa's SAPA news agency. Malawi has already lost an estimated one million people to AIDS since the disease first surfaced in the 1980s, straining its tiny health-care system and devastating agricultural production, the lifeblood of the local economy. The impoverished nation continues to struggle to find enough money to put in place grassroots HIV-prevention efforts, especially in rural areas where HIV infection rates are still rising, in contrast to the declines seen in cities. Close to 30,000 newborns are infected every year because of the government's failure to prevent mother-to-child transmission, and only a fraction of those living with HIV have access to life-saving anti-retroviral drugs, according to officials. But AIDS activists have praised Malawi for its hands-on approach to fighting the disease, noting that it was one of the first nations in sub-Saharan Africa to implement a regular national HIV testing program. The current testing program costs about $US1.5 million ($A1.73 million).
  7. jazzmoo

    RIN

    QUOTE (rose0402 @ Tuesday 03/07/07 10:03pm) Mmmm. That's an interesting one. For my money, the short answer would be yes. If you have already been paid out you are no longer a Rinker shareholder. If you were to purchase more Rinker shares on-market to obtain the 2000 @ $19.50 offer, you would be no different than anyone else doing that today, tomorrow and until the offer closes. Even after the offer closes, and assuming Cemex gets to 90%, you might still be safe, provided that you can get them at the right price as Cemex has indicated it will honour the $19.50 for 2000 shares even upon compulsory acquisition.
  8. jazzmoo

    RIN

    I've used some accounts to do just this. 2000 or under is guaranteed at $19.50. Easy, albeit not big, money.
  9. jazzmoo

    RIN

    In reply to: snapper on Tuesday 05/06/07 06:50pm Probably pretty good, as Cemex will effectively own Rinker and current shareholders will benefit from any continuing upside in the share price. The offer goes unconditional at 50 and compolsary at 90.
  10. jazzmoo

    NMS

    Does anyone have a working URL for the Neptune website? None of the usual suspects seem to be working.
  11. jazzmoo

    NMS

    Thanks for that! That all sounds very promising.
  12. On those numbers today and the PE I think you'll see a long slide in the share price now. I too was thinking of shorting. Mind you, I think this has a long way to fall so you could still make some money.
  13. jazzmoo

    NMS

    In reply to: jwt on Tuesday 17/04/07 09:47am Please elaborate on the fin review article.
  14. jazzmoo

    RIN

    An annoucement that can't be released immediately but could affect the company's share price. Can we presume a rival takeover offer?
  15. jazzmoo

    RIN

    In reply to: david_j_c on Friday 23/03/07 10:07am Correct. And there is also no point in Cemex coming back with just a small higher offer. The market has spoken and they know how much they have to pay if they want Rinker. The longer they leave it, the more Cemex expose themselves to currency risk with a rising Aussie dollar and the stabilisation/recovery in the US construction market. Plus Rinker is bolting on every other week.
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