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Share Price: 101.50Bid: 98.00Ask: 105.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Zoltav Res
Spread: 7.00Spread as %: 7.14%Open: 101.50High: 101.50Low: 101.50Yesterday’s Close: 101.50


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brt
31 Jul '14
Well done.
Hence the drop.
Plenty of confidence in zol out in the market and this could be an indication of news to come.
 
blackrocktrader
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news
31 Jul '14
limited
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curious
31 Jul '14
Where's the cockpit voice recorder (cvr) information? That can be downloaded quite quickly.
The flight data recorder download (milking) doesn't take too long, but there's a lot of data input to analyse. So, that should take some time.
Just to point out, an aircraft flying 500 miles/hrs doesn't drop in a vertical line. It would have been over Ukranian military territory when targeted.
After doing my sidewinder missile course in Munich with a professor from Cambridge, I can say a missile would lock onto the heat signature or using it's radar would lock onto the aircraft itself.
It would fly alongside the aircraft and explode near the cockpit.
Some times, you could use another aircraft to use its radar system to light up the target. Then the missile would use this to lock onto the target.
Or, if a Ukranian aircraft was using it's countermeasure systems, it could fool the missile to find another target.
The main question should be why was the airliner diverted there, then told to lower altitude?
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zol
31 Jul '14
Levels off.
Sanctions seem to have had a mild influence on Russian markets.
Could be a good time for those on the side to dip their toes here.
Winter is coming soon and that puts Russia in a strong position.
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Nice dream
30 Jul '14
X fingers.
Just a reminder, Abramovich senior is not a shareholder here. Junior is.
Also, Abramovich is linked to Sir Michael Peat of the Barclays family and partner of KPMG. He was also secretary to Prince Charles for his estate and investments.
blackrocktrader
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Wouldn't it be nice
30 Jul '14
Yesterday I had the same thought and zol could be the dark horse in this saga of struggle for sources of energy.
I even had a dream that zol became a multi bagger overnight.
limited
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Wouldn't it be nice
30 Jul '14
If Zol was gifted some juicy oil deals because the state run industry was being sanctioned.
blackrocktrader
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sanctions
30 Jul '14
are imposed in oil and gas but Zol should not worry.There is a ban on technology which can be used in deep drilling or in Arctic area . Zol does not intend to do either of these.This deep price discount is probably on the assumption that everything can get worse.
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zol
30 Jul '14
No, Zol is not affected by sanctions.
It may even benefit from them, things could be pushed our way.
This has young Abramovich as the major shareholder.
What the sanctions could do, is slow down any national pipeline, infrastructure etc.
Also, we will have to prove we are not Rosneft, Gazprom linked if we need any external country materials.
Here's a thought, Russia needs to produce gas and oil. So it could be desperate to utilise the likes of Zoltav to get around these issues.
rgbuk
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Are ZOL affected by sanctions?
30 Jul '14
As far as I can understand ZOL are a UK listed company with assets in Russia, as, for example, are BP and Shell. Pretty sure the sanctions don't affect these companies so why would ZOL be affected?



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