Eurasia Mining (EUA)

London
20.98
-0.25(-1.19%)
  • Volume:
    3,545,831
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    20.50 - 20.98

EUA Overview

Prev. Close
21
Day's Range
20.5-20.98
Revenue
940K
Open
21.25
52 wk Range
13.01-45
EPS
0
Volume
3,545,831
Market Cap
589.96M
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
9,708,807
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
-2.68
1-Year Change
20%
Shares Outstanding
2,812,008,432
Next Earnings Date
-
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Eurasia Mining Company Profile

Eurasia Mining Company Profile

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Eurasia Mining Plc, a mining and mineral exploration company, engages in the exploration, development, and production of palladium, platinum, rhodium, iridium, copper, nickel, gold, and other minerals primarily in Russia. Its principal projects are the West Kytlim mine located in the Central Urals; and the Monchetundra project located on the Kola Peninsula in Russia. The company also holds interests in the Semenovsky tailings project located in the Republic of Bashkiria, Russia. Eurasia Mining Plc was incorporated in 1995 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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  • Correction, some unnamed buyer is going to pay a fortune. Great times to come. Great company. The share price does not reflect the company.
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    • THIS is the James to listen to! Couldn't agree more. Ignore the other deramping troll!
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    • Haha thank you Jay
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  • hahaha what a great company, down almost 60% from the highs just half a year ago! oh i but i forgot, some unnamed buyer is going to pay an undisclosed amount for an unidentified selection of the assets! raflmao
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    • Like a catapult being pulled back as far as it can go before launching into ££££
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      • Very bullish reply to shareholder questions there, in that RNS just released. It’s a great company and the share price does not reflect this but that’s ok because paper gains are only realised on a sale of the shares being hold. Marvellous. What an amazing company it is
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        • Held! Lol silly me
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      • Its a great company
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        • Gimp!
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          • lol despite all this supposed "success" and all these company-making RNSes poor old eua is now fighting to hold the psychologically important 20p line, i rather guess things will get pretty ugly for the share price when it breaks into the teens! hahahahahaha
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            • Lovely RNS from Eurasia again this morning.
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              • James, with your defamation comments... Send me a summons... I'll see you soon ****
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                • as for avoiding questions, it is mr alex cooper who has thus far completely failed to produce any evidence of his defamatory claim against me that i have ever accused the bod of fraud or of conning anyone!
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                  • Pay attention now as this will be the last time I say this... To be conned (which you claim) you must believe what you are being told is factual or at least be substantial enough to influence your decision.. The only place for FACTS on your investment is those the company release, the only CREDIBLE source for that information. Unless you want to admit you've been ill informed by anyone other than this? That is on your naivety. What is not fact is opinion and I'm sure myself and others alike prefer to invest my money based on the facts, not opinions, hence no con. I wont keep spelling this out for you James. But I will point you in the right direction one final time. The only bodies that can release any FACTUAL information that should be used for your investment decisions is the BOD, or London Stock Exchange. If you don't want to learn how the stock market works then don't blame anyone but yourself when it goes wrong. Run along now, theres a good girl. Spout your tripe elsewhere.
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                • lol you are the only person talking about fraud and the bod! but hey ho if you want to be linking eua's bod to fraud, that is entirely your business! i'm simply pointing out to you that i've never publicly accused the bod of anything more than inadequate comms! hahahahaha
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                  • I have never made any allegations of anybody being conned out of money Mr Reed unlike yourself. I'm aware that fraud is a very serious offence. We still await your answer to the questions put to you.Yet you refuse. What's the matter James? No proof? Why are you withholding your evidence to substantiate such a bold claim if you are so sure fraudulent behaviour is taking place? If what you say is true many of us have been conned/swindled/defrauded of our investments. And yet you continue to dance around the issue. Ludicrous behaviour to suggest a con where finances are concerned if you are as aware of the law as you say to be. Just a troll with no facts to show for your wild conspiracies
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                  • you seem to misunderstand the verb "to con"! the verb is not simply limited to the definition in the laws of england and wales of fraud! but if you want to continue discussing fraud and the bod, be my guest! all frauds would fit the definition of a con, but not all cons fit the criminal definition of fraud. however, you are right about the seriousness of defamation, so it seems interesting to me that you continue to defame me by falsely claiming that i have accused the eua bod of committing fraud, which i have corrected for you on multiple occasions. so as you continue to make these false claims you would be unable to raise a defence of honest, reasonable mistake :) as i've said before, it appears that you are able to read, but not able to actually comprehend!
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                  • send me a summons... I'll see you soon x
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                • Dear oh dear James, what would we do without angels like you? Still avoiding the questions as always. And here we are, thinking a social justice warrior such as yourself was blowing the whistle on this heinous crime to help people out. Us PIs would like to know who is responsible for this fraud you have made us aware of? As you mentioned there is a "whole host" of us wanting to seek recompense for our financial damages due to this fraudulence. Yet you withhold evidence of criminal activity. Why is that? Naughty Naughty. Very serious allegations indeed.
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                  • Amazing when you consider it was less than a penny for a long time. As you say James Reed, dizzy heights when you look at the mid to long term shareholder value
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                    • but perhaps all of this is simply a distraction for the poor thing that the shareprice, despite a green day, has reached the dizzy heights currently of 22p!!! hahaha
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                      • as alex cooper continues to so beautifully demonstrate, i've never accused the bod of conning or defrauding anyone. sadly despite multiple clues to point him in the right direction, he's still not demonstrating enough comprehension skill to look at what was actually said vs what he assumes was said! another little fun fact, IF the BOD were commiting fraud, it wouldn't be "a whole host of PIs" getting conned, it would be the entire shareholder base, not just some PIs as i said. poor alex, still not smart enough to join the dots....
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                        • as i have said many times, just show me where i have said that anyone has been conned BY THE BOD!!!! still waiting for alex cooper to do that! your suppositions and assumptions do NOT equal facts!
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                          • Just in case you decide to say this was all in jest Mr Reed.Defamation of character is also a serious civil offence under tort law in the UK. Where damage to a reputation (personal or professional) via false statements cause damage or ill repute to a victim. When damages via defamation occur the victim can ensue legal proceedings to reclaim any loss of income from the slanderous party.
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                            • since you present yourself as such an expert in defamation law, perhaps think about whether a party falsely accusing someone of defamation would also constitute defamation of the falsely accused? and that having been provided with multiple opportunities to think about what was actually said vs what you assume was said, you still continue to make your false allegations! you'd do well to research norwich pharmacal orders!
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                          • For all of our peace of mind.... As James Reed so politely put it on the 3rd June 2021 "a whole host of PIs have been conned" For someone to be conned there must be at least 2 parties involved, an instigator, and a victim. As with the nature of this game the victim has lost money, to put it in legal terms incurred damages. Under the fraud Act 2006 this is a criminal offence that can result in a prison sentence. Also on the legal side of things so is withholding evidence, also known as perjury or perverting the course of justice. Care to elaborate Mr Reed?
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                            • indeed, a great fun fact which makes absolutely zero reference to the bod, as I've made amply clear many times! poor alex still reading what he assumes i said rather than what was actually said!
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                            • You said we have been conned - correct. A con resulting in financial damage is fraud - correct. Fraud is a criminal offence - correct. Naughty naughty James. Serious allegations indeed. I dread to think that somebody was taking notes of your accusations and the ill repute this could cause everyone involved. EUA, the London Stock Exchange, and the moderators of this app. Not one of these bodies seem to be pursuing a whistle blowing procedure to save us investors. Massive massive implications for the mentioned above James iven your evidence of this criminal activity. I find it very strange not one of these has released a statement in their defence yet considering it's the truth.
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                            • That would make them guilty by association would it not? Considering you mentioned it some time ago...
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                          • That is a fun fact.
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                            • mr james reed,you simply dont get it do you.we are all getting fed up with your banality.i never accused you in my post of any thing,i merely pointed out your poor use of the english language .so pick up one of your crayons and wright 100 lines of.sorry for losing my temper like a baby and i will produce facts and figures next time i post.
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                              • What's even funnier is when some inbred botard accuses people of criminal activity for example, the word con is a synonym for defraud; meaning to criminally deceive with the intention to result in financial gain. They then refuse to answer questions on their due diligence and where their research of FACTS and FIGURES has come from to suggest such claims. General knowledge states the FACTS that a "whole host of PIs" based their investment decision on, have been released by the company or BOD of said company. Funnier still, they deny making any accusations aimed at the company which by deduction leaves one other possible culprit of twisting market information that is deemed valid.. This is the best bit as the other suspect capable of a fraud like this would be the London Stock Exchange itself. LOL What a wally
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                                • Legal definition is to deceive a victim through fraud or trickery so go on I'll roll with thatt. 3 possible suspects.. You've been tricked by the BOD, which you deny...You've been tricked by the London Stock Exchange, which you will deny... Or you've been tricked by your own naivety in which case due diligence was not carried out on your part to a sufficient standard. Which will it be James? Bear in mind based on your answer 2 of the potential suspects could come with some serious defamatory repercussions.LTHs here are happy as their research requires patience on the development of the company with or without a sale. You are the only person here who has yet to answer the questions put to them. I will await your irrelevant reply.
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                              • Lol
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                                • lol.i was only quoting a passage from your previous post.sorry you feel that way about your failed english comprehension.like i said move on PLEASE.
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                                  • hahaha as i suspected,alex cooper can find any proof.cheers james,now move on please.
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                                    • And there it is folks...Anyone have a mic I can drop?
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                                      • [passes a mic to Alex]
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                                      • Why thankyou
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