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Exillon Energy Share Price (EXI)



Share Price Information for Exillon Energy (EXI)


Share Price: 136.00Bid: 129.00Ask: 131.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Exillon Energy
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 1.55%Open: 127.75High: 136.00Low: 127.75Yesterday’s Close: 136.00
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Exillon Energy Plc Ord Usd0.0000125

Exillon Energy is listed in the FTSE All-Share, FTSE Small Cap
Exillon Energy is part of the Oil & Gas Producers sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
136.00

Share Price SpacerBid
129.00

Share Price SpacerAsk
131.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
66,255

Share Price SpacerOpen
127.75

Share Price SpacerHigh
136.00

Share Price SpacerLow
127.75

Share Price SpacerClose
136.00

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX IM 161.51m £219.65m 3,000

52 Week High 175.50 52 Week High Date 2-JAN-2014
52 Week Low 103.25 52 Week Low Date 24-MAR-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
37 20,601 45,654 11.213 12.13 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

19-Dec-14
16:35:20
136.00
8,274
Sell* 
136.00
136.50
11.25k
UT 
Trade Type:
Uncrossing Trade

19-Dec-14
16:29:43
131.00
18
Buy* 
129.00
131.00
23.58
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

19-Dec-14
16:29:43
131.00
2
Buy* 
129.00
131.00
2.62
Trade Type:
Automatic execution


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Exillon Energy (EXI)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
14-May-12Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Exillon Energy
David Herbert held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Exillon Energy at the time of this trade.
 David Herbert
115.35GBX42,75054796
16-Jun-11Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Exillon Energy
L.Stuard Detmer held the position of Senior Independent Non-Executive Director at Exillon Energy at the time of this trade.
 L.Stuard Detmer
407.41GBX10,00010000
15-Jun-11Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Exillon Energy
David Herbert held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Exillon Energy at the time of this trade.
 David Herbert
414GBX12,04612046
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Tue 23:28
gambier01
RE: gambier
107.00
No Opinion

The board is completely detached from the shareholders, never speaks or makes any attempt to give guidance. This confirms to the market that the company is Khotins. Oil price can continue to fall. Putin can still do a crazy. 100p is possible I guess.
Tue 21:56
mono51
gambier
107.00
No Opinion

excellent commentary as usual. I am in Afren and agree that it is a better bet than exi but still hope that we will get a half decent price in the end whenever that may be. tempted to dip in at a low level at this price as how much lower can it go????????
Tue 20:39
gambier01
Decoupling EXI from the rouble risk
107.00
No Opinion

The recent SP falls are independent of Exillon fundamentals but related to the worries associated with the fall in the rouble. Additonally, the recent SP falls are based on trades in the hundreds of pounds - this is now a highly illiquid stock. The disconnect between the rouble depreciation and Exillon fundmentals has been simplified today by Bloomberg: The freefall ruble that symbolizes Russia’s economic crisis is also shielding its most important industry.Russian oil and gas companies are benefiting from earning dollars from sales of their products, while paying for expenses in rubles that have lost about half their value against the U.S. currency in the past five months. "The devaluation of the ruble under the same oil price is actually positive for all exporters, including oil companies," said Alexey Bulgakov, a Sberbank CIB fixed-income analyst. The producers, in addition to gaining from a weaker ruble, can also thank a tax system that partly pegs charges for energy companies to the oil market, reducing rates paid as prices fall. “In the current spooky economic environment, with falling crude oil prices, oil companies are more or less protected,” said Alexander Kornilov, an energy analyst at Alfa Bank. There’s “ruble devaluation which helps them as exporters, and a taxation regime that assumes the burden” of falling prices, he said. “Most of the oil producers in Russia have foreign currency debt which results in an enormous foreign-exchange loss effect dragging down their earnings,” Kornilov said. THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO EXILLON - IT HAS A 'LOAN FACILITY' WITH CREDIT SUISSE AT A COMPETITIVE INTEREST RATE ABOVE LIBOR, WHICH IT HAS NOT AND WILL NOT NEED TO DRAW ON BECAUSE OF CASH RESERVES AND BEING CASH GENERATIVE. It is highly probable that Exillon profitability will remain the same as the beginning of the year and remain independent of recent falls in oil price.
Tue 19:48
gambier01
RE: value?
107.00
No Opinion

For what it is worth, my guess is this gets taken over in the next month or so. Price? I really don't know anymore, depends on the appetites of russian oligarchs.
Tue 19:43
gambier01
RE: value?
107.00
No Opinion

Exillon has no debt and instead a significant cash surplus. It has no requirement for infrastructure so capex is negligible. The low value of the rouble simply means that operational costs are reduced from an already low amount to an even lower amount. As such Exillon has no problems of its own, it could in theory carry on operating at current oil prices for years whilst maintaing a healthy cash surplus. The risk that I think the market applies to commodity companies based in Russia is the risk of a Putin enforced nationalisation. This is highly unlikely if you compute the consequences: BP, Total et al have hundreds of billions of dollars tied up in Russia, if Putin was to take all this through force it would lead to an instant collapse of the Russian economy and I would see himself disposed of within months. Furthmore, this is not the Russia of twenty years ago, they now have a powerful middle class and significant gold and currency reserves. Russia stocks are becoming uninvestable by association. Those like Exillon with excellent fundmentals cannot attract large institutions to invest. My view is that anybody who places high value on minimal risk has no place investing in Russian stocks. My view is that anybody who wants to make a longterm growth investment has no place investing in Russia. Corporate governence is poor and so unpredictability is high. Invest in Exillon now? Only if you think Khotin et al are looking to make a takeover bid soon. He will get it for a song if he did, but remember, there were three oligarchs who officially took part in last years sale process, he can't go too low without being outbid. You might double your money from this price post bidding war, but this is Russia and the most crazy things are possible. If you are looking longterm I think Afren, Enquest and Rockhopper look great companies with minimal risk. Exillon roulette wheel might let you double in weeks but you have to take the gamble. Either way, this share has been a great disappointment.
Tue 17:00
mono51
value?
107.00
No Opinion

is this still too risky to buy? It is so cheap????? Gambier what do you think

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