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ridgey
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In Reply To: nifty49's post @ Jun 9 2010, 05:22 PM

With you on that one. The sooner the $ are in the bank the better. A few miners going cheaply!

 
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In Reply To: bluebug's post @ May 31 2010, 10:33 AM

DBA have advised they will sell to Toro. Just making a few cents (millions) buying at less than 24cents.

My acceptance is in the mail. I think its done and dusted.

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Can anyone a bit wiser than me explain why Deutsche Bank are increasing their holding.

Do they expect a counter offer?

Do they think the offer is valued too low?

OR

Is there another explanation?

 
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THE Pilbara may have made its name by being home to some of the world’s largest iron ore deposits, but it is also rich in other minerals. MiningNews.net wraps up a look at some of the non-iron ore development plays in the region with a focus on gold and base metals.
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Zinc and lead miner CBH Resources completed scoping studies at its Panorama zinc-copper project in the Pilbara late last year, determining that an underground operation is more viable than the original plan for an open cut mine.
A 600,000tpa underground operation with an initial mine life of seven years is estimated to have a capital cost of around $A150 million, but further studies are being undertaken to fine tune the estimate.
CBH is seeking a JV partner and has received indicative non-binding offers, but it is unclear what will happen now that the company has endorsed a takeover offer from its largest shareholder, Japan’s Toho Zinc.
http://www.miningnewspremium.net/storyview...ectionsource=s0



 
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In Reply To: balance's post @ Apr 27 2010, 09:56 PM

that very tango between the dual dance partners may be happening as we mortal insignificant shareholders get fed the story. i am interested to know what ioof as a shareholder think.

 
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In Reply To: billyrubin's post @ Apr 27 2010, 09:20 PM

Hi billy , hope not either .
How much loot will it take to shift toho off the register?
Would / can Nyrstar and Toho they do their own deals and come to an arrangement to avoid a bidding war?



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The two of them have been dancing around as tho' share holders did not exist, offering ridiculously low prices hoping people would fall over as the price was greater than the market traded price. That did not reflect true value and both co.'s were hoping to get it for a song. Finally the court cards are being played and as Rivkin(RIP) used to say 'the first offer is seldom the only/last offer' or something like that!
Getting close to the end game now.
Big Kahunas Nifty!

 
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In Reply To: balance's post @ Apr 27 2010, 05:54 PM

the pretending is over.nyrstar have been circumspect with their offer to date through edge incentive pricing.they run the port pirie smelter and they need good ore and already have a direct rail link to bh.
how much available ore is there for their smelters for the next ten years. they want guaranteed supply.
i sense it aint over yet.

 
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If nyrstar want it they will need to really bang up the offer.I would be surprised if they do and would prefer a full t/o at the right price not a Clayton's one from toho.[/color]


Got what I wanted ,full t/o, just need to work on the price.I'd be surprised to see a much higher Nyrstar offer now toho are going for the works.
If they do, it would be quite an irritant to toho who have more to lose and would be forced into an awkward sitution having invested quite a bit into cbh so far.

Go Nyrstar show us the money now! devilsmiley.gif



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In Reply To: oldgolfer's post @ Apr 23 2010, 11:15 AM

Mr OG

Perhaps, you could call me astute as Toho now want them all at 24.

Still, a low ball offer, but has been recommended by independent directors.

Nystar will have to go to 30 IMO.

As for golf handicap, lost a shot (now 8) and impossible to win at the moment.

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