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Ithaca Energy Share Price (IAE)



Share Price Information for Ithaca Energy (IAE)


Share Price: 116.50Bid: 116.25Ask: 116.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Ithaca Energy
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.22%Open: 117.00High: 117.00Low: 116.00Yesterday’s Close: 116.50

Ithaca Energy Inc Com Shs Npv (Di)

Ithaca Energy is listed in the FTSE AIM 100, FTSE AIM All-Share
Ithaca Energy is part of the Metals sector






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116.50

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116.25

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116.50

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0%0.00

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1,014,340

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117.00

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117.00

Share Price SpacerLow
116.00

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116.50

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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 415.05m £483.53m 10,000

52 Week High 121.00 52 Week High Date 6-FEB-2017
52 Week Low 26.00 52 Week Low Date 29-FEB-2016

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
213 673,739 164,076 -4.931 -23.63 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

23-Feb-17
15:59:08
116.278
8,000
Sell* 
116.25
116.50
9,302
Trade Type:
Ordinary

23-Feb-17
15:59:07
116.278
1,902
Sell* 
116.25
116.50
2,212
Trade Type:
Ordinary

23-Feb-17
15:58:18
116.278
5,000
Sell* 
116.25
116.50
5,814
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Ithaca Energy (IAE)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
30-May-16Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Ithaca Energy Inc. (DI)
Jack C. Lee held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Ithaca Energy Inc. (DI) at the time of this trade.
 Jack C. Lee
1.07CAD16,9001649500
27-May-16Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Ithaca Energy Inc. (DI)
Jack C. Lee held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Ithaca Energy Inc. (DI) at the time of this trade.
 Jack C. Lee
1.06CAD82,6001649500
25-Nov-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Ithaca Energy Inc. (DI)
Jack C. Lee held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Ithaca Energy Inc. (DI) at the time of this trade.
 Jack C. Lee
0.78CAD150,0001550000
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Date/TimeAuthorSubjectShare PriceOpinion
Today 16:06foresightRE: Vote clarification116.50No Opinion
I guess that Delek can accept any tendered shares in the process but do not have to buy them if the take up is less than the 50% threshold. If they get to the 50% then they have to buy even if they don't then want to. Accept the $1.95 is the formal offer as this is a Canadian company -despite all the management and assets being in the UK. We are exposed to FX but think the is limited risk as it seems pretty stable and if anything, £ could devalue after Article 50 and we could be at an… Read More
Today 15:59KejogloRE: Vote clarification116.50No Opinion
Londoner7, foresight, thanks for your comments.

Londoner7 said;
"I've asked the question about Delek's option to increase their shareholding beyond 20% if the 50% threshold isn't achieved on the Stockhouse BB. I'd expect Canadian shareholders to have some experience of the possible bid outcomes."

This is an important point. Hopefully a vote of less than 50% means no shares at all are sold however if it simply means Delek don't have to buy but can if they WANT to then we are in… Read More
Today 15:44londoner7RE: Vote clarification116.75No Opinion
foresight,

I agree with most of your comment except:

I've asked the question about Delek's option to increase their shareholding beyond 20% if the 50% threshold isn't achieved on the Stockhouse BB. I'd expect Canadian shareholders to have some experience of the possible bid outcomes.

The proposed bid is $1.95 Canadian, not £1.2. This may change in the formal bid document but it's wrong to say the bid is £1.2. It is subject to FX movements. The FX detail or timeline is likely… Read More
Today 14:52SailplaneRival T/O bid - when best time?116.75No Opinion
When do we feel would be the best time for another bidder to show their hand (that's obviously IF there is another bidder waiting in the wings). We have Stella under way so that is a hurdle cleared. Or would such a potential bidder wait until after 31st March and Delek's formal offer is fully launched? Any thoughts?

OT just noticed another in Malcy's bucket list looks like it's about to take off: SDX.
Today 14:30foresightRE: Vote clarification116.75No Opinion
I think generally these comments are correct and the three scenarios are the only ones:
1) Delek fail to acquire more than 50% of the remaining 80% - bid fails. Derek would stay at 20%.
2) They get more than 50% of the 80% and are committed to buying the shares tendered. We have a majority shareholder controlling the company
3) They get to a total of 90% (another 70%) and they squeeze out remaining shareholders and de-list.
My view is that (1) or (2) are likely and I also believe Delek… Read More
Today 14:23londoner7RE: Vote clarification116.75No Opinion
Kejoglo, I missed the detail of your question.

Could Delek buy up what shares were offered even if they then did not become majority shareholder, say to get them up to 45% or so?

Yes (IMO)

londoner7

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