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RSP, RESOURCE PACIFIC HOLDINGS LIMITED
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post Posted: Jul 3 2008, 11:03 PM
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In reply to: datum on Thursday 03/07/08 10:43pm

Thanks for the info datum. Would love to know what you think of PJ's new venture once you've had a closer look.



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post Posted: Jul 3 2008, 10:43 PM
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just a little titbit here,

Paul Jury, the former CEO of RSP has popped his head up
as managing Director of Comdek (CDS)

CDS is a tech company that went into receivership 2 years ago
& has decided to became a coal company.
During the tech boom 8 years ago, mining companies were
turning themselves into tech stocks.

Paul Jury made a lot of money out of the RSP takeover, so my instinct tells me
he is purely in it for the money at CDS.
I might run the ruler over CDS to see if its worthwhile though.



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datum
post Posted: Feb 20 2008, 10:00 PM
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might as well keep talking to myself on this thread,
Xstrata have 67% as of today, & have extended
their deadline to the 3rd of march to mop up remaining
shareholders.

time for me to start sniffing around for another coal company to buy.

the only stocks going up these days are coal & iron ore companies.



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post Posted: Feb 18 2008, 02:49 PM
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Xstrata have 43% as of friday , with at least another
10% today, which gives them 53%.

RSP will now recommend the full t/o for all
shareholders now that they are above 50%



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post Posted: Feb 15 2008, 01:41 PM
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In reply to: wizzkid on Tuesday 05/02/08 09:59am

Xstrata are very good at this t/o game, a lot smarter than
our management.
RSP have accepted the $3.20 offer, with 25% of the company
changing hands today. Majority of those are very large trades
@ $3.20 from Xstrata buying on market. i would probably
guess that have 35% to 40% of RSP scrip at the moment.
Over the next 2 years it will show Xstrata got a bargain with RSP.



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post Posted: Feb 5 2008, 09:59 AM
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What are the chances of Xstrata raising it's bid for RSP? The coal climate is pretty hot!

 

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Recent ShareScene.com Radio Broadcast (04/02/2008 11:45:00):
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post Posted: Jan 31 2008, 05:31 PM
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RSP is battering shareholders with info.
Constantly talking up their prospects. Xstrata
must be somewhat bemused by all this,
because i certainly am.



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post Posted: Jan 21 2008, 11:07 AM
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qtrly report out. They have finally got longwall
mining restarted, 3 mths late.

I still believe RSP's management are keen to sell,
this from the bottom of page 2...........
Resource pacific is open to discussions with Xstrata on
the value of these synergies.


I think RSP will probably give approval for a lower
price than $3.50. Maybe around the $3.20 to $3.30 mark




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post Posted: Jan 4 2008, 04:42 PM
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Rsp's valuation is out.
$3.56 to $4.09 with a recommended value of $3.82.

whats interesting is that on the 2nd page (in large lettering)
they have said..... Xstrata should pay more

This implies that they are more than willing to sell RSP.
Normally you would expect management to try & hold on to their
jobs & convince shareholders what a great company RSP will be in
2 to 5 years time.
RSP will be sold. Probably for around $3.50



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