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sims peace and quiet here. going to gather information and submit here
04/10/2021 1:13 PM
sims the impact of china carbon neutralization policy 2060, had restricted heavy eletric industry (as they are coal powered) and thus from main producer and main exporter,and also main user of ferroalloy and ferro manganese.

export duty 25% had force china player to reduce their export.

if you look at youtube (search ferroalloy+statistic), you can see how US frkm the beginning lead as major producer and slowly china catch up and replace. the capacity of tonne also been shown.

the price of ferroalloy will keep rising until Dec 21, due to year end all gomen officer has to present their effort (emission control, which limit the heavy power consuming industry such as smelter) to region head and eventually to President.

it is possible to extend further to Feb22, as beijing winter game is coming. China had to look clear, sky must be blue and air must be clean.

these factor actually very beneficial to OMH in short term. while in long term...
06/10/2021 9:17 AM
sims ukrain ferroalloy had stop production. chinese side is further lagging post golden week, return to work.

commodities price trend is still intact.
OMH probably clear debt and expand in 2022, as per investor briefing pack
dividen (30/40%) and special dividen this year, would be attact more investor.
i am looking at TP 5, then hit 7 or 8 by 2022
07/10/2021 5:01 PM
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12/10/2021 2:30 PM
sims never tot Fesi price would be this high, its exceed my expectation.

need to find money to add more prior to Qr result release.
12/10/2021 6:45 PM

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katappa VERY CHEAP
03/08/2020 1:33 PM
shareinvestor88 BEAR TRAP ??
29/09/2021 10:26 AM

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leslieroycarter ICQ will be given free to Rev in Malaysia at ratio 1 for 1 . Now Rev has been trading more than double its previous price . Ex on 21st April 2017. So punters r eagerly waiting even b4 ex . We expect more activity after ex given that Rev will involve in the setting up of Malaysia online business with Jack Ma...
13/04/2017 12:41 PM
leslieroycarter Online buying n selling will b a forte in the future bypassing all conventional type of business.
Buying n selling cars can b cheaper compared present practices.
13/04/2017 1:58 PM
leslieroycarter Carlist.com very popular here ....
12/05/2017 6:42 PM
leslieroycarter Malaysian under Bursa klse who bought Rev shares had been given free ICQ shares one for one recently. I think online buying n selling will b a trend of new marketing n trading in the near future . With further upgrades in the software n Hardware package, its services can b enhanced paving the way of trading in a more condusive way.
06/07/2017 12:19 PM
leslieroycarter This one must really go for Long....
10/07/2017 6:45 PM
leslieroycarter ICQ not doing well ?
16/08/2017 6:35 PM
leslieroycarter jack ma said , believe in internet n all things related to internet, e - trading , e -media, e -cars , e- data , e- storage , e- money , e- purse , e- shoppe and all the e's ...
25/09/2017 2:22 PM
leslieroycarter Anything start with e denotes future in nature
11/02/2018 7:10 PM
leslieroycarter What has happened to ICQ , its price is falling....
01/09/2019 11:28 AM
leslieroycarter Hope something is brewing
30/12/2019 2:18 PM
leslieroycarter For sale at Australian 50 c proposed as received
25/11/2020 7:29 PM
leslieroycarter Around 50c ...
18/07/2021 1:01 PM

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mike_m4 Exaggeration or market manipulation, Phil Hodgson from Calix Australia CXL.ASX is at it again, another investor presentation to raise money for projects that were meant to be funded by the last capital raise, how can a company continue to exaggerate the potential for their growth, with failure after failure mounting up and still have the hide to ask investors to add to the growing pile of losses.
04/09/2021 8:48 PM

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unknown this company really really crazy......so milky!!!
04/08/2017 1:57 AM
unknown https://markets.ft.com/data/equities/tearsheet/summary?s=A2M:ASX
04/08/2017 1:57 AM
schadenfreude hoot A2M
29/11/2019 11:32 PM
juon the aussie site have limited datas being updated , unlike Malaysian site
08/06/2020 8:29 PM
katappa how was the lockdown at kangaroo land?
28/07/2020 7:15 PM
JohnSmithKalk Since 2 March 2021, A2 Milk shares (ASX:A2M) have steadily fallen. A2 Milk itself has said that it’s experiencing a lot of disruption.A2 Milk is suffering from challenges resulting from COVID-19 disruption. Synlait is a major supplier for A2 Milk. Plus, A2 Milk owns a large amount of Synlait shares.https://www.kalkinemedia.com/au/companies/food-and-beverages/a2m-a2-milk-company-limited
15/03/2021 6:19 PM

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darkusor BUYYYYYY, huge potential
12/11/2020 11:26 AM
JohnSmithKalk Icandy has shown a great potential always
11/03/2021 3:11 PM

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darkusor BUYYYYYYYYYY
12/11/2020 11:25 AM

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Oliveoil Hi anyone here
04/09/2018 11:28 PM
21/05/2019 9:33 PM
Conan user is less for this site
06/07/2020 9:31 AM

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dfsbipohsch https://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/afterpay-soars-above-pandemic-concerns-with-tencent-deal-20200504-p54pkq.html
04/05/2020 7:43 PM
dfsbipohsch Afterpay soars above pandemic concerns with Tencent deal By Colin Kruger
May 4, 2020 — 5.19pm
Afterpay soared above any COVID-19 concerns on Monday with the stock trading just short of record highs on hopes that its new Chinese investor, WeChat owner Tencent, could potentially unlock the path for the buy now, pay later company to expand into new markets, including China.
"We believe the big prize is clearly geographic expansion, particularly China , which is obviously a substantial market," said RBC analyst Tim Piper.
"It would have been very hard, if not nearly impossible, for Afterpay to enter China without a strategic partner."
The stock soared more than 35 per cent when the market opened to a high of $39.59 in reaction to the news Tencent had acquired a $300 million stake on market and both parties talked of the opportunities flowing from the investment.
The intraday high was not far short of its record high above the $40 mark in February. Afterpay shares had plummeted to a low of $8 in March as fears about what the pandemic-induced recession would do its business. The company's shares closed the session on Monday 24 per cent higher at $36.10.
Afterpay founders Anthony Eisen and Nick Molnar said collaboration and expansion opportunities were on the agenda but cautioned their focus right now remains on the current business.
“We remain focussed on growth and momentum in our current markets but expanding into more countries and regions over time is a point that we’ve discussed and is recognised as being an opportunity," said Mr Molnar.
Whatever the plans, the Tencent investment underlines the global focus currently on the buy now, pay later sector.
Grant Halverson, a financial institution advisor and enterprise capital veteran from McLean Roche, said the sector is now coalescing into a global battle between three behemoths with Mastercard and Visa the notable absentees.
"Tencent’s 5 per cent investment in Afterpay Australia sits alongside Ant Financial's (Alibaba/AliPay) investment in Klarna and Bertelsmann’s outright purchase of Afterpay Europe," he said.
He also pointed out that both Wechat started offering buy now, pay later services in March this year and Alibaba's AliPay also offers the payment service to customers.
Afterpay is not Tencent's only Australian investment. The Shenzhen-based compay also has a stake in Australian start-up Airwallex, as well as stakes in Tesla and Spotify, according to McLean Roche.
As Afterpay works out how its collaboration with Tencent will progress, security experts will be watching closely.
“I think healthcare data is much more sensitive and potentially useful for espionage activity … but consumer level datasets like this are also helpful,” said Fergus Hanson a director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
Afterpay has said Tencent will not have a board seat and normal investor governance protocols will apply.
04/05/2020 7:47 PM
dfsbipohsch ASX ends session 74 points higher
Westpac's surprise-free half-year result helped the ASX turn an opening fall into a strong gain, despite the spectre of record high unemployment later this year.

The S&P/ASX 200 ended Monday's session 1.4 per cent higher at 5319.8, partly repairing Friday's 5 per cent decline. The market was boosted by stronger than expected building approvals, down 4 per cent instead of an expected 15 per cent, and seemed to brush off a halving in the ANZ Job Ads index.

The financials sector added the most points, while energy was the only sector to close in red. Within financials, Westpac gained 2.8 per cent to $15.77, ANZ Bank gained 2.5 per cent to $16.15, and NAB gained 2 per cent to $16.46. Commonwealth Bank gained 1.8 per cent to $59.88. Macquarie Bank dropped as much as 3.4 per cent in the morning before closing 0.3 per cent higher at $97.23.

Volumes were below average for this year at about $830 million.
04/05/2020 7:49 PM

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