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Anglo American plc (NGLOY)
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Why is this in premeltdown mode?
I submitted a question to BNY Mellon via their contact list on 21 July. The question was forwarded to EQ Shareowner Services, the transfer agent for BNY Mellon for NGLOY. EQ Shareowner Services indicates that they are not the responsible party, and have referred me back to BNY Mellon as the depositary for Anglo American. It appears that EQ Shareowner Services and BNY Mellow are pointing at each other as to the responsible party. The text of my original question directed at BNY Mellon follows: (see previous post).
Got on the Bank of New York Mellon website. BNY Mellon manages the NGLOY ADRs. Used the "contact us" link, then the "support" link, which led to a "support request". I filled in the area with the following request:
"Own shares in NGLOY, for which BNY Mellon is the ADR manager. On June 7, 2021, Anglo American spun off its South African thermal coal business, with a name of Thungela Resources. Anglo said it would have a primary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and a standard listing on the LSE. Its reported that
investors will receive one share in Thungela for every 10 shares they hold in Anglo American.
How will the value of the Thungela spin off be handled for NGLOY ADR holders? As it takes two shares of NGLOY to equal one share of Anglo American, it would seem that NGLOY ADR holders should get the value of one share in Thungela for every 20 shares they hold in NGLOY."
I'll post the reply....if I get one.
A Baltimore analyst just recommended buying them up to $16. Sounds like a solid forecast...nice yield, too!
Question - can it maintain progress upwards? Looks pretty good to me...anyone else?
Just 18 reactions here on this stock, but while everyone focussed on tech it has been a good performer: since the beginning of January 2020, NGLOY is up 73%, AAPL 62%. My question is: will it go to 60?
Have NGLOY shares. Are we going to receive any shares for the spinoff of TGA.L ?
"Two of the world's largest funds have begun selling down stakes in coal miners citing environmental concerns" This doesnt make sense to me because gasoline combustion contributes more to global warming. They should be selling off the gas companies. If we switch to electric vehicles Coal combustion will still be needed to produce electricity.
$30 by July
Why the big bump up?
AAL LSE Dividend US cents 72 (.36 for NGLOY; two ADRs for each AAL LSE share)
ex-div 19 March 2021
pay date 7 May 2021
Unknown company. P/E =9, 5% dividend. What's not to like?
Do they mine Cobalt too?
When are we to receive our devidend, other companies are issueing out whilst nothing for us.
What keeps this stock up ? Amazing pricing ?
BTW - closed yesterday, February 6, 2019, at $12.73. I'm all in on this one!
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whats the difference between NGLOY and AAUKF
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