Greatland Gold plc (LON:GGP), the London Stock Exchange AIM listed precious and base metals exploration and development business, is pleased to announce final results from the recent drilling campaign at the Warrentinna gold project in Tasmania, Australia.
Believe it or not, autonomous vehicles have been many decades in the making.
Even in 1939, General Motors had an exhibit called “Futurama” at the New York World’s Fair that presented a model of the world 20 years in the future. Central to this display was a system of automated highways and vast suburbs, with a focus on how automation could reduce traffic congestion and lead to the free-flowing movement of people and goods.
Anglo African Oil & Gas Plc is pleased to announce the admission today of its ordinary shares to trading on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange (‘Admission’). This follows the oversubscribed placing of 50,000,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of 20 pence per share, giving the Company a market capitalisation of approximately £10.6 million on Admission.
Share talk spoke today with Alex McDonald Chief Executive Officer and David Sefton Executive Chairman of Anglo African Oil and Gas (AAOG). We talk about today’s Initial Public Offering listing on the AIM Market.
Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG) has negotiated the right to acquire assets located in the Republic of Congo (RoC). The company is listed on AIM and raise £9m in order to complete the acquisition and redevelop the near offshore Tilapia field which should significantly increase production in the near term.
CHARTING THE FAST AND VOLATILE RISE OF BITCOIN
Would you rather have one bitcoin, or a single ounce of gold?
The answer used to be obvious. Even at the climax of the legendary 2013 rally, bitcoin was never able to reach unit-for-unit parity with gold.
However, since an off-year in 2014, the enigmatic cryptocurrency has steadily climbed in price to take the title of the best-performing currency in both 2015 and 2016.
Imagine that you’re a farmer. You live in a rural county where everybody raises sheep.
The county’s farmers, on the whole, prosper. Their flocks tend to grow by 10 percent every year. Some years are better than others. In the best years, the sheep population in the county grows by 40 percent. Little lambs are everywhere!
But in the worst years — years filled with frost, famine, and disease — the sheep population can collapse to half of what it was before.