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Kea Petroleum Share Price (KEA)



Share Price Information for Kea Petroleum (KEA)


Share Price: 0.275Bid: 0.27Ask: 0.28Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Kea Petroleum
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 3.70%Open: 0.275High: 0.275Low: 0.275Yesterday’s Close: 0.275
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Kea Petroleum Plc Ord 1P

Kea Petroleum is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Kea Petroleum is part of the Oil & Gas Producers sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
0.275

Share Price SpacerBid
0.27

Share Price SpacerAsk
0.28

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
25,000

Share Price SpacerOpen
0.275

Share Price SpacerHigh
0.275

Share Price SpacerLow
0.275

Share Price SpacerClose
0.275

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 939.87m £2.58m 75,000

52 Week High 3.58 52 Week High Date 15-AUG-2014
52 Week Low 0.27 52 Week Low Date 10-NOV-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
1 0 25,000 -0.509 -0.54 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

26-Nov-14
10:05:21
0.2758
25,000
Buy* 
0.27
0.28
68.95
Trade Type:
Ordinary

25-Nov-14
16:12:01
0.28
250,000
Buy* 
0.27
0.28
700.00
Trade Type:
Ordinary

25-Nov-14
16:04:41
0.28
283,937
Buy* 
0.27
0.28
795.02
Trade Type:
Ordinary


*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 Kea Petroleum (KEA)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
29-Jul-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Kea Petroleum
David Lees held the position of Executive Director at Kea Petroleum at the time of this trade.
 David Lees
0067951692
29-Jul-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Kea Petroleum
Ian Roderick Gowrie-Smith held the position of Chairman at Kea Petroleum at the time of this trade.
 Ian Roderick Gowrie-Smith
0070165140
27-May-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Kea Petroleum
Ian Roderick Gowrie-Smith held the position of Chairman at Kea Petroleum at the time of this trade.
 Ian Roderick Gowrie-Smith
1.95GBX865,14070165140
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Today 07:11
SnapperNZ
Layladylay
0.28
No Opinion

Nice post I'm in Nz Is there any way I can find info on the communications pre puka 3 bust ? I have plenty of time and am keen to ferret out any foul play to the shareholders I think this companies operations and dealings are very very suspect Unfortunately I still hold many shares All input is welcome
Tue 19:43
LayLadyLay
Consolidation and trading strategy
0.28
No Opinion

I have observed many consolidations in the past and in general the market does not look as favorably on a consolidation, or reverse split as it is often referred to, as it would a stock split. A stock split is usually well received by the market because it is the action of a company that has achieved a high stock price and wants to offer its shares at a lower price to appeal to a wider audience, albeit the number of shares in issue will increase exponentially in relation to the split factor. A consolidation on the other hand is often seen as the action of a struggling company that wants to increase the price of its shares and reduce the number of shares in issue, again exponentially in relation to the factor applied to the consolidation or reverse split. I have observed that in the majority of cases post consolidation the share price erodes further and can quickly lose a significant proportion of the uplift seen immediately after consolidation. If anyone is thinking of buying more KEA shares at this time I would think carefully as to whether it's wise to purchase before consolidation or wait until after the consolidation. There could be a period immediately after consolidation where the price per share rises for a while but it is likely to be short lived and anyone buying into the rise will likely get spiked. I sold out my shareholding in KEA (at a significant loss) after the PUKA 3 failure and I don't see any reason to invest in this company in the short term. Those of you who still have a significant holding should, in my opinion, hold for the long term as it's not beyond possibility that the company could recover and selling at current price is just throwing money away. If I was thinking of re-investing then I would wait for a period post consolidation as I think the share price in the short term will continue to fall. Just my opinion but please follow your own strategy and good luck to all.
Tue 18:59
Shakeyourmoney
Da_Gee..
0.28
No Opinion

buy half now & half later to be on the safeside..there will be a placing maybe wait till then?
Tue 18:53
mann123
Aha we all know HH Oil companies
0.28
Hold

Surrey drill crashed UKOG, SOLO, STG, DOR AND Others in one hour .
Tue 18:50
mann123
2.75p could fall to 1.85p
0.28
Hold

After consolidation. Not a good investment. 93million shares not withstanding . Oil is the worst volatile market not because of shareholders but market news. Recently no Oil found in Kea drill crashed the share 75% on the first 5 minutes on the recent Monday after Darwin dumped shares on the Friday of 3.40p
Tue 18:45
mann123
We will see and I am holding
0.28
Hold

Just pointing out the negatives no one wants to hear. I am just wondering if it is not better to buy on the Tuesday dip to really know what shareholders feel the right Kea price really is.

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