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10:02 23/09/2019

On Friday 20th last day possible trade shares fell to 3.5p... ( (D) 3372 worth approx £118.02 ..On 3 Sept still get 6p been at that price long wile .. in June ,July 14p and went back to 14p on a short spike 5th August .

09:55 23/09/2019

Went bust today could not see chat on ii for long time. Better if i had not got them back in June. All the signs / warnings were there of previous administrations ( but confusing radio comments saying next week ect ) happened exactly like i told Scot guy in cafe.

09:46 23/09/2019

Not to sure who the train driver is here and what make the train is. Does it have enough coal to make the train ride Jonathon?

09:41 23/09/2019

This is Mr koos,looking for a train ride. Standing on the train platform and looking at people inside the Jubilee train. Why they look so sad,depressed and angry. Jonathon should I take this train or look for better looking train ?

17:09 20/09/2019

is this Mr 34c

17:08 20/09/2019

absolutely correct koos.

11:44 20/09/2019

Is the train leaving for real this time? Just asking because I heard those words many times.

15:52 19/09/2019

Below came trough to phone Club of Mozambique. ( news paper ) maybe other news from there in future .

15:44 19/09/2019

Gemfields expects profits to fall by a fifth, reports drop in revenue at Montepuez ruby mine in Mozambique 2:53 CAT | 18 Sep 20190 Comments Print Share Unnamed-2019-09-18T145115.960 Artisanal miners hunt for rubies as they sift through gravel next to a small dam near Gemfields’s ruby mine near Montepuez in Mozambique. [Picture: Getty Images / Mathew Hill] / Precious-stone producer Gemfields said on Wednesday it expects its interim profit for the year to end-June to fall 22%, reporting a drop in revenue at its Montepuez ruby mine (MRM) in Mozambique. Headline earnings per share is expected to fall 8% to 0.11c in rand terms, but remain unchanged at USD1c for the period, the company said. Gemfield’s two key operating assets are MRM and the Kagen emerald mine in Zambia, in which it holds 75% of each. MRM’s revenue was expected to fall 30.3% to $50m, while revenue at Kagen was expected to rise 58% to $33.2m. In January, British law firm Leigh Day said it had reached an $8.3m settlement with Gemfields over alleged human rights abuses at MRM. Gemfields denied liability but acknowledged violence had occurred at the mine, Leigh Day said, adding the company had taken the grievances of workers seriously. Revenue at its jewellery business, Fabergé, was expected to fall 45.7% to $3.8m, Gemfields said on Wednesday. The company’s share price had closed at R1.57 on Tuesday, having lost 12.78% so far in 2019. Source: Business Live

15:00 19/09/2019

If you're genuinely interested in hearing them 'come clean' you can listen to the analyst presentation. It will take an hour of your valuable time though; so it might just be easier to fling a few dumb comments onto this board about nothing in particular. They've provisioned for practically every single thing you could think of, including the cancellation of HS2. Kier Living isn't being sold piecemeal; it's got a £163m asking price; they have approx five bidders for the business; it doesn't include £10m of 'mothballed' land which I think is land that has been written down from £50m. Anyway, dyor and then maybe express your thinking.

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