American Platinum Eagle

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American Platinum Eagle

The official platinum bullion coin minted in the United States. It is 99.95% pure platinum and began to be minted in 1997. It is largely uncirculated.
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The company was formerly known as Platinum Eagle Acquisition Corp and changed its name in March 2019.
18 March 2019 - US-based special purpose acquisition company Platinum Eagle Acquisition Corp.
The rating actions follow Algeco's announcement on 13 November 2018 that it has agreed to dispose of its North American remote accommodation business (Target Lodging) to Platinum Eagle Acquistion Corp.
Platinum Eagle Acquisition Corp., Target Logistics Management, and RL Signor Holdings, announced that Platinum Eagle's shareholders have voted to approve the merger agreements for a business combination transaction at the general meeting of shareholders on March 6.
Exercise Platinum Eagle 2015 is a multinational exercise at Babadag Training Area, Romania, designed to demonstrate the capabilities of NATO allies in Eastern Europe, Warren said, as cited by the US Department of Defense.
Soon a new American coin - the Platinum Eagle - will be minted for investors and collectors.
Later this year the investment segment of the platinum market should also benefit from the release of the platinum eagle coin.
Platinum Eagle Acquisition Corp (Nasdaq:EAGL), Target Logistics Management LLC (Target Lodging) and RL Signor Holdings LLC (Signor Lodging) closed their business combination pursuant to which, EAGL acquired both Target Lodging and Signor Lodging for about USD1.4bn in total consideration.
Platinum Eagle Acquisition and Target Logistics Management announced today that Target Lodging has been awarded contracts to build a new 400-bed community in Carlsbad, New Mexico, located in the Delaware Basin, a high-growth region within the Permian Basin.
Algeco Investments announced that it has reached an agreement with Platinum Eagle Acquisition Corp., a publicly traded SPAC, to sell Target Lodging, its North American remote accommodations business, to a newly established subsidiary of Platinum Eagle for a total consideration of USD820 million (USD562 million in cash and USD258 million in Platinum Eagle shares).