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BMN, BANNERMAN RESOURCES LIMITED
Alphonsus
post Posted: Sep 10 2012, 01:53 AM
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Six months has passed. Since release of the DFS. The days of plus $3 are a distant memory and you would have to believe that BMN now needs to be mothballed until there is a rise in the U price. Currently valuing the resource at $0.20 / lb. Latent value for sure but must now be considerable risk that this company will fold in. You would have to say that the Board, for whatever reason, has missed numerous opportunities and dismally failed shareholders. We wouldn't really know why because the communications to shareholders have be abysmal and borderline negligent.


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Bannerman advances talks with Hanlong despite Asic investigation By: Esmarie Swanepoel 27th September 2011 PERTH (miningweekly.com) − Uranium hopeful Bannerman Resources said on Tuesday that it was continuing discussions with China’s Sichuan Hanlong Group, despite insider trading investigations by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (Asic) against the Chinese firm.

ASX- and TSX-listed Bannerman said in a statement that recent action by the Asic involving several Australia-based Hanlong employees had not diminished the group’s interest in progressing its proposal to acquire Bannerman.

Earlier this month, the Asic obtained a court order preventing Hanlong executives from leaving Australia, while it investigated suspected insider trading activities in relation to the proposed takeover of Bannerman Resources and fellow-listed Sundance Resources.

The Chinese company made a A$1.4-billion bid for Sundance, which is developing an iron-ore project on the border of Cameroon and the Republic of Congo, and also offered to buy Bannerman, which owns uranium projects in Namibia, for $143-million.

Bannerman rejected the A$0.612 a share offer as being too conditional.

However, the miner said on Tuesday that it has agreed to advance its discussions with Hanlong during the coming weeks, adding that the Chinese firm’s due diligence was well progressed.


Edited by: Mariaan Webb

 
mme
post Posted: Jul 11 2011, 07:54 AM
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In Reply To: abner29's post @ Jul 11 2011, 01:30 AM

Who's next? My money's on SHE!! As usual please DYOR. biggrin.gif

 
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http://www.afr.com/p/opinion/bannerman_get...D3U4J4Thu3MI?hl

 
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In Reply To: mme's post @ Mar 10 2011, 09:15 AM

thanks mne. a bit of interest this morning, major volume in first ten minutes.

 
mme
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In Reply To: coorg013's post @ Mar 10 2011, 09:01 AM

I can give you the approximate cost comparatives relative to some other miners including EXT. Figures may or will slightly change with some. Gives an idea anyway.

EXT around $26
ACB approx $33
USA about $28
BMN approx $46
BKY about $26
SHE at this stage $24.5!

All are at various stages with regards to producing etc and pounds discovered or inferred/indicated.

Please DYOR. biggrin.gif

 

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In Reply To: coorg013's post @ Mar 9 2011, 08:38 AM

Anyone?

 
coorg013
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Can anyone see BMN as a company worth taking-over? how does it compare with the likes of kalahari or Extract? thanks in advance. CR13

 
coorg013
post Posted: Feb 3 2011, 05:15 AM
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moving quietly up last 2 days, just in line with price of Uranium or something else?

 
coorg013
post Posted: Jan 28 2011, 08:40 AM
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good to see MD buying more stock, shows confidence in the company or he reckons it's going to bought out? anyone bought in recently?

 
 


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