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Magnolia Pet Share Price (MAGP)



Share Price Information for Magnolia Pet (MAGP)


Share Price: 0.195Bid: 0.19Ask: 0.20Change: -0.025 (-11.36%)Faller - Magnolia Pet
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 5.26%Open: 0.22High: 0.22Low: 0.195Yesterday’s Close: 0.22

Magnolia Petroleum Plc Ord Shs 0.1P

Magnolia Pet is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Magnolia Pet is part of the Metals sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
0.195

Share Price SpacerBid
0.19

Share Price SpacerAsk
0.20

Share Price SpacerChange
-11.36%-0.025

Share Price SpacerVolume
3,776,436

Share Price SpacerOpen
0.22

Share Price SpacerHigh
0.22

Share Price SpacerLow
0.195

Share Price SpacerClose
0.22

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 1,057.67m £2.06m 150,000

52 Week High 1.05 52 Week High Date 30-APR-2015
52 Week Low 0.19 52 Week Low Date 21-JAN-2016

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
3 3,776,436 0 1.598 0.12 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

08-Feb-16
09:25:40
0.18
3,642,857
Sell* 
0.19
0.20
6,557
Trade Type:
Ordinary

08-Feb-16
09:25:20
0.19
131,579
Sell* 
0.19
0.20
250.00
Trade Type:
Ordinary

08-Feb-16
08:01:22
0.202
2,000
Sell* 
0.20
0.24
4.04
Trade Type:
Ordinary



Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

08-Feb-16
09:25:40
0.18
3,642,857
Sell* 
0.19
0.20
6,557
Trade Type:
Ordinary

08-Feb-16
09:25:20
0.19
131,579
Sell* 
0.19
0.20
250.00
Trade Type:
Ordinary

08-Feb-16
08:01:22
0.202
2,000
Sell* 
0.20
0.24
4.04
Trade Type:
Ordinary



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Directors Deals for Magnolia Pet (MAGP)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
30-Jun-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Magnolia Petroleum
Thomas Wagenhofer held the position of Non-Executive Director at Magnolia Petroleum at the time of this trade.
 Thomas Wagenhofer
0428,5713285713
30-Jun-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Magnolia Petroleum
Thomas Wagenhofer held the position of Non-Executive Director at Magnolia Petroleum at the time of this trade.
 Thomas Wagenhofer
0.7GBX2,857,1423285713
09-Mar-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Magnolia Petroleum
Steven Otis Snead held the position of CEO at Magnolia Petroleum at the time of this trade.
 Steven Otis Snead
0.67GBX39,651202726748
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Date/TimeAuthorSubjectShare PriceOpinion
Today 08:36CrystslMr English0.22No Opinion
Apart from winding you up !

1st .Point even when WE had good reports AIM reduced this share. (so maybe good RNS wont shift this baby) and AIM is not the place for good companies fact.

2nd Equivalent type of share in the US (profit/assets/etc) produces better return for company and shareholder .

Sorry about the rounding 96.4 or 97% this share CAN never get back to previous levels on AIM work it out take the price of a barrel three years ago and if it didnt happen then it will never happen.
Today 07:04Guidedog7Meeting on prices yields little0.22No Opinion
Crude oil slips after Saudi, Venezuela meeting on prices yields little
By Reuters | Mon, 8th February 2016 - 00:49

TOKYO (Reuters) - Crude oil futures were mixed in early Asian trade on Monday after a meeting between OPEC producers Saudi Arabia and Venezuela to discuss coordination on prices ended with few signs there would be steps taken to boost prices.

Brent crude futures, the global benchmark was down 9 cents at $33.97 at 0039 GMT. They fell 40 cents to $34.06 a barrel on Friday.

U.S. crude futures were down 2 cents at $30.87. On Friday, the contract fell 83 cents to $30.89 a barrel.

Both contracts were up slightly earlier on Monday in see-saw trade on low volumes.

Saudi Arabia's oil minister Ali al-Naimi talked about cooperation between Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries members and other oil producers to stabilise the global oil market with his Venezuelan counterpart on Sunday, but there was no agreement to hold an early meeting of suppliers.

Venezuela's Oil Minister Eulogio Del Pino, who is on a tour of oil producers to lobby for action to prop up prices, said his meeting with Naimi was "productive."

The prospect of a supply restraint helped oil prices rise from 12-year lows last month, even though there was widespread scepticism that a deal will happen.
Sun 22:54Guidedog7Rita when will we have an update0.22No Opinion
Sun 19:31MrEnglishRE: _ 97% down0.22No Opinion
Firstly they are not 97% down; 96.4% I'd have accepted but not 97% that's simply unfair.

Secondly, of cause you can average down. If we are to believe that you bought in at 5p (hence your 97% down) then you only need to invest 4% of what you originally invested to average down by 50%.

Thirdly, what's the point of your post?
Sun 08:34Crystsl_ 97% down0.22No Opinion
My maggy shares are 97% down in value.

I remember the oil market being steady and getting regular excellent rns..... as I piled in every fantastic report on wells took this down further.

Then reality happened the market went tits up and down we went further.

I can never make my losses back or average down.

As a company maggy have to get out of aim its bad for their image
Sat 07:03Guidedog7Oil falls in volatile trade0.22No Opinion
By Reuters | Fri, 5th February 2016 - 21:26
By Devika Krishna Kumar

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices ended the week lower in choppy trading on Friday, snapping two weeks of gains, as a frenzy of speculation about a possible deal between top oil producers clashed with concerns about a growing supply glut.

After a volatile week's trading, much is riding on Sunday's meeting between Venezuelan Oil Minister Eulogio Del Pino and his Saudi counterpart Ali al-Naimi in Riyadh, after Del Pino's discussions with the Qatari and Omani ministers this week.

As cash-strapped Venezuela tries to rally support for concerted action between members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to boost prices, Sunday's meeting is seen "make or break" for a possible deal, said Tim Evans, energy futures specialist at Citi Futures.

Adding to this week's rollercoaster ride in prices was the sudden liquidation of a $600 million leveraged fund bet on falling prices.

Investors were also weighing a string of conflicting indicators on Friday as the dollar recovered some of the ground lost over the past two days while investors continued to fret about growing oversupply, with U.S. inventories hitting record highs last week amid concerns about a slowing global economy.

The pickup in the market earlier this week was not really warranted, Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy said, referring to the market seemingly brushing aside extremely bearish inventory data earlier this week. [EIA/S]

"Today when the dollar tried to push up, which I attribute mostly to a little weekend covering, you started to see some sellers come back in the oil markets," he said.

Global benchmark Brent crude futures settled down 40 cents, or 1.2 percent at $34.06 a barrel, after trading between $35.14 and $33.81.

U.S. crude futures closed 83 cents, or 0.1 percent lower, at $30.89 a barrel, after touching a high of $32.45. The contract fell slightly lower to $30.63 in post-settlement trading.

Prices briefly turned positive after data showed U.S. energy firms this week deepened their oil rig cuts in the seventh week of declines, to the lowest levels in nearly six years.

Both contracts were stuck in a narrow $1.50 range through the session but ended lower as hopes of an OPEC-led production cut that boosted prices in January have faded and concerns about a global supply glut have returned.

In a sign that low prices are having a limited impact on production, only around 100,000 barrels per day of oil production has been shut in globally to date - about 0.1 percent of global output, industry research group Wood Mackenzie said on Friday.

Morgan Stanley warned on Friday that a rebalancing in the oil market may not occur until mid-2017.

As markets try to balance themselves, it will likely lead to further volatility as investors close excessive positions, ABN Amro said in a note.

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