MINING.com: Junior sold for 800% more 18 months after IPO as coal miners go mad for Mongolia

Strong interest in the Mongolian resource sector has provided shareholders in Hunnu Coal a 800% gain in only 18 months. Thailand’s Banpu announced Tuesday it is taking over the ASX-listed junior for $400 million or $1.80/share – Hunnu went public in February 2010 at 20c. Hunnu may be the first of many firms with Mongolian coal assets to attract bidders with Ivanhoe Mines’ SouthGobi and TSX-V junior Prophecy Coal talked about as likely targets and a way in for smaller investors who are not be able to participate in Tavan Tolgoi’s $3 billion IPO slated for next year. To read the full article, click hereJunior sold for 800% more 18 months after IPO as coal miners go mad for Mongolia

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