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THR, THOR MINING PLC
TerryA
post Posted: Oct 25 2007, 05:54 AM
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Is anyone else getting this message regarding the listing of Thor Warrants on the AIM Board ?

>>'THRW.L' is no longer valid. It has changed to GB00B1DXL871.L<<

The changed code gives no valid information at all.

Thanks,

Terry

 
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andrew36
post Posted: Oct 1 2007, 03:12 PM
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Once the offtake agreement takes off in the next 2or3 weeks we should see prices heading back up towards the 45 to50 cent mark i think this stock as along way to go yet .cheeers all

 
Brantley
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In reply to: Krumbs on Tuesday 18/09/07 09:00am

Hi K, smile.gif

"Ditto"

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Krumbs
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In reply to: TerryA on Tuesday 18/09/07 06:31am

I think you can be fairly certain that capital and operating costs will have increased substantially over what we initally thought, or were lead to believe, due to the lower grades. For the same metal more tonnes have to be mines and processed.

Could the "renewed interest" be in preparation for another capital raising?

Good luck to all those who hold. I'm sitting on the sidelines for now as management have lost my trust.




 
TerryA
post Posted: Sep 18 2007, 05:31 AM
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Greetings,

A bit quiet on this thread as of late but THR up 1.65p (19.9%) on a turnover of 400K shares on the LSE over night. THRW also up 2.5p (250%) but on a minimal turnover of 5000 warrants.

Yhere has been renewed interest, and an increase in the SP, on the ASX over the last few days and it looks as if there may be some positive developments in the near future.

I hold THR and THRO and will continue to do so.

Best wishes,

Terry

 

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In reply to: iyearn on Tuesday 07/08/07 11:22pm

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I don't think Hunan would have been aware of any of this resource issues back in April 


I'm not so sure, but it would be a mistake to think these guys are not smart. I think they would have been well aware of what was unknown, and that unknown is now known more or less. The grade and quantum could not be demonstrated to the required risk level, the upshot being as you said KIS was a "better deal".
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iyearn
post Posted: Aug 7 2007, 10:22 PM
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In reply to: Krumbs on Tuesday 07/08/07 04:18pm

Hunan probably went with KIS as its a better deal in their eyes.

I don't think Hunan would have been aware of any of this resource issues back in April

 
Krumbs
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In reply to: Yeti on Tuesday 07/08/07 04:35pm

It is a very bad announcement. They fudged the grades to get the resource contained metal, so effectively reducing the grade by 55%. Now we know why Hunan walked away!

Fundamentals are very different, maybe even fatal. I will be working on this a bit tonight after work. John A. Young has a case to answer!!!



 
Birdbeak
post Posted: Aug 7 2007, 04:07 PM
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In reply to: Yeti on Tuesday 07/08/07 03:35pm

Fundamentals have changed...increased operating costs based on digging up more dirt. This may not even get off the ground!

Will need significant increase in Moly prices to generate increase again.

I am extremely dissapponited with the reults. (extremely is very polite)

Why?....based on ASX release at the start of July regarding significant increases in the results that they had to be retested! This was misleading and deceptive. Mgmt should be shot.

I think I will be pulling the plug soon.

TCG my fellow ARU man, are you still in this one?



 
 


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