Altona Energy: 26m new shares to be admitted to AIM today

AIM-listed Australia-focused natural resources company Altona Energy has reported that 25.7m placing shares will be admitted to trading on AIM on Monday and 16.7m more are expected to be admitted on February 28th.

AIM-listed Australia-focused natural resources company Altona Energy has reported that 25.7m placing shares will be admitted to trading on AIM on Monday and 16.7m more are expected to be admitted on February 28th.

Following the admission of 25.7m shares to trading today, the company's total issued share capital will be 545.3m ordinary shares.

Altona's share price was unchanged at 1.32p at 09:34 on Monday.

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