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Oilex Share Price (OEX)



Share Price Information for Oilex (OEX)


Share Price: 1.875Bid: 1.75Ask: 2.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Oilex
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 14.29%Open: 1.875High: 1.875Low: 1.875Yesterday’s Close: 1.875

Oilex Ld Ord Npv

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






Share Price SpacerPrice
1.875

Share Price SpacerBid
1.75

Share Price SpacerAsk
2.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
1,023,123

Share Price SpacerOpen
1.875

Share Price SpacerHigh
1.875

Share Price SpacerLow
1.875

Share Price SpacerClose
1.875

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 723.30m £13.56m 200,000

52 Week High 11.25 52 Week High Date 4-AUG-2014
52 Week Low 1.63 52 Week Low Date 27-FEB-2015

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
14 15,801 1,007,322 -4.254 -0.44 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

29-Jul-15
16:01:12
1.8875
25,000
Buy* 
1.75
2.00
471.87
Trade Type:
Ordinary

29-Jul-15
15:35:26
1.89
25,000
Buy* 
1.75
2.00
472.50
Trade Type:
Ordinary

29-Jul-15
14:34:18
1.89
7,304
Buy* 
1.75
2.00
138.05
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 Oilex (OEX)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
17-Feb-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Oilex Ltd.
Max D J Cozijn held the position of Non-Executive Director & Chairman at Oilex Ltd. at the time of this trade.
 Max D J Cozijn
001500000
17-Feb-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Oilex Ltd.
Sundeep Bhandari held the position of Non-Executive Director at Oilex Ltd. at the time of this trade.
 Sundeep Bhandari
008600000
17-Feb-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Oilex Ltd.
Ron Miller held the position of Managing Director at Oilex Ltd. at the time of this trade.
 Ron Miller
006029436
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Wed 21:39
adamsrups
A couple of things cannot be denied
1.88
No Opinion

watts and bhandari That's magna and ihl and two major entities in oex, Have both rewarded each other not just at cairn but also here at oilex, Everybody knows that,,,,, we know that,,,,, but what we don't know is what the intention was, how many top cats knew that and made too...... And with what plan to own it, or just rip us to pieces trading it for profits, or both, for the third and final option steal it for peanuts. rewarding again those at 2p or even the penny by giving us the 4p, and truly from the us's / idiots, how many have an average sub 3 or 4p. Just a possibility as is 10p before options expire in around 6 weeks time, unfortunately for us that isn't neede this year and is 1,000,000 to one chance.
Wed 21:06
adamsrups
Spud
1.88
No Opinion

Who would make a substantial offer for a farm in at canning when our well paid advisors keep offering 20%'s of the whole oilex's shares to their connections, shares that can be cleverly traded with no detection, and to be traded to supress sp whilst fleecing the vulnerable on everyday knowledge, discussion, basically get rich and stay lucratively employed to add money share go round between them all In short what is a 40% farm in worth at canning (even though they paid proac to say in2013 its worth 40 million) When they keep giving 20% of our cambay bhadut and canning away for us$6 million and now a proposed enlarged share issue at aus $ 23million Or £10 million, basically the cost of a couple of future drills to add to the costs and assets/income of all we already have.
Wed 20:15
adamsrups
contd
1.88
No Opinion

1/2p point 2p or what. Then who isn standing by (with no detailed accounts as how they paid themselves) having $a recent $5oo million backing to cross the 205 with some relatively small trades to make a mandatory beid that has to be the maximum of the last in 4 months, of which there isn't one, so that price will be the next recorded one. If we have no money and that happens, what will the bid be.? As all the plan falls into place, just another possibility that will not get a no vote. All that said, the no or yes its all been worked and already profits for the fat cats, will we get some sp value from their future profits or just get dumped.
Wed 20:07
adamsrups
Miller
1.88
No Opinion

Whilst I would love to see this at 10p and as have already said I feel trading in has already taken place from the big cats , hence sub 2p. Now then there are still to be many shares to be in profit Examples The first as you say, places. yes they may want them all at 2p, but how long did they know and how many did they sell (the triple zeros) before we knew. This example I have somehow possibly learned by watching it so many times and always thinking, sometimes hoping I am wrong. So lets say from each 100 shares you know you are going to get at 2p you can see 70 in the 4p's prior to buying them at 2. Then from each 100 you have 30, you can unload these at 1.5p as you only came to make profits as guaranteed by word prior to deal announced, Then you can sell the 30 to those that will snap them up at 1.5p or 1p even and we all panic, the knowing make another killing having also sold from 12's to 2p Another example is Magna. They have entrance, study, and contribution if you look at the annexure, does anyone actually think whatever the vote that bhandari has not worked with them in oilex (as he did at cairn) and his own ihl, to get this where all the fat cats want it. Whatever the vote outcome there are probably 40 investors that already know, and they also probably know what will occur with no or yes. Its sad that its legal and you have to be lucky to be part of making or unlucky to be destroyed when you believed in true worth and trusted crooks with true faith. Example, what happens from sub 2p if its a no vote. !p 1
Wed 19:33
adamsrups
miller R.e 14.46
1.88
No Opinion

Yes it has become renowned with the inclusion of technology an no way of detecting tight lipped behind close doors and buddy buddy partnerships simply to get rich, keep going lucratively, or eventually make millions whilst actioning/auctioning all the above with a smile on the face at the expense of the little guys in their millions, The little guys either getting fleeced or as you say could get lucky if able to read it and not listen to the hype on spikes for the revolving door. Not only does the money go round (without oversight) under current legislations, allow those in the know grouped together to profiteer, it also prays on the greed of us little guys as we or many thousands tend to believe all that is said and can see nothing of what and why it actually moves the other way.
Wed 17:13
spudulika
RE: Spud This one is for you
1.88
No Opinion

Adams - thanks bud. Reiterating the fact the they have got a farm in up for grabs doesn't seem to be getting them anywhere. Ok the Majors have melted into the background with the oil situation and also with the China Crisis (great band!) but who else is going to be interested in speculating in an area where (I quote) "Canning Basin drilling density ~ 1 well / 500,000 acres!"

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