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EXCLUSIVE: Oil analyst Barney Gray discusses the latest from Tower, Coro, Colter, Reabold & United
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Share Price Information for Premier Oil (PMO)


Share Price: 75.30Bid: 75.30Ask: 75.45Change: -0.80 (-1.05%)Faller - Premier Oil
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 0.20%Open: 76.00High: 76.90Low: 74.85Yesterday’s Close: 76.10

Premier Oil Plc Ord 12.5P

Premier Oil is listed in the FTSE 250, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Premier Oil is part of the Metals sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
75.30
Share Price SpacerBid
75.30
Share Price SpacerAsk
75.45
Share Price SpacerChange
-1.05%-0.80
Share Price SpacerVolume
1,947,794
Share Price SpacerOpen
76.00
Share Price SpacerHigh
76.90
Share Price SpacerLow
74.85
Share Price SpacerClose
76.10
Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 817.07m £615.25m 20,000

52 Week High 146.90 52 Week High Date 2-OCT-2018
52 Week Low 54.70 52 Week Low Date 27-DEC-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
513 838,122 1,089,272 -2.049 -36.76 0.00 0.00


London South East Users info for Premier Oil




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

21-Feb-19
14:16:06
75.399
7,000
Buy* 
75.30
75.45
5,278
Trade Type:
Ordinary

21-Feb-19
14:13:06
75.30
7,862
Buy* 
75.20
75.30
5,920
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

21-Feb-19
14:13:06
75.30
2,594
Buy* 
75.20
75.30
1,953
Trade Type:
Automatic execution




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Directors Deals for Premier Oil (PMO)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
01-Feb-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Premier Oil
Tony Durrant held the position of CEO at Premier Oil at the time of this trade.
 Tony Durrant
71.8GBX1741468762
01-Feb-19Transfer From
Trade Notifier Information for Premier Oil
Tony Durrant held the position of CEO at Premier Oil at the time of this trade.
 Tony Durrant
01741468762
01-Feb-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Premier Oil
Richard Rose held the position of Finance Director at Premier Oil at the time of this trade.
 Richard Rose
71.8GBX209109985
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members
Posts: 1,845
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:76.15
RE: Hmm
Today 12:15
Oiluser.... you are a very nasty individual. Karma will get you. Don’t you worry about that... instead of oil, you should use bleach to clean your dirty mouth and fingers, you moron. Pestering me is the only occupation you seem to have in life and I wonder who else is so unlucky to have anything to do with such a cretin like you
oiluser
Posts: 3,173
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:76.30
RE: Hmm
Today 12:08
Only laughing coz your the entertainment. I never come across anyone so willing to make a Muppet of themselves but you do it so regularly it must be intentional.

Whining about 28k you invested here at top of market. How many shares is that?. 5500.
MrEMC2
Posts: 670
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:76.05
Really
Today 10:58
is this the worst performing share? I hold others that are far worse. In fact I have been so unlucky that in fact PMO is my 2nd best performing share. Mind you drop another few pence I will be cursing!
jollygoodya
Posts: 4,148
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:76.05
ignore
Today 10:56
the noise for now. SP will correct itself. Another $400m repayment of debt will be useful. Let's face it the company is piling in the cash at these levels of oil prices. MMs can do one, PMO is on solid grounds. SP will correct itself, matter of time.
members
Posts: 1,845
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:76.00
RE: Hmm
Today 10:45
Mrd5432.... Thanks for your kind words, mate. Those who laughed at me and sneered at me are just shallow individuals. I am here to discuss PMO and reply to their insults if I need to. Holding for 5 years and supporting the sp by not selling all that time was a sign that I truly believed and still believe in PMO. I love the assets, prospects and fundamentals so much that I think it is better placed than any other to soon fly to levels it should be. And that is not the 80s or 90s... It is in the £££££. I sold because I can’t take anymore the manipulation and constant doubts as to why the sp is always being kept so low. How can the market makers this morning price is at 75, let it go down to 74, then up to 76.8 in about 10 minutes and now back to 75, when Brent is at its highest for ages at 67?!? Brent at 67 and PMO at 75?!? This is worse than during financing. One day we hit 19p as you all know. Brent was at 30 or 40... and PMO was on the brink of collapse. Now we have everything going for us and still we are the worse performing share by a mile. TLW, CNE, ENQ and all other oil shares make PMO sp look ridiculously low and stuck in the doldrums for no reason. Chevron rumours keeping it down? Why? If it is such a great potential acquisition and with all the tax free credits, surely PMO will benefit greatly? That’s why I mentioned fears about the Rights Issue. PMO will always be in my heart and I am sure I will but very soon again. Good luck to you and all others for now
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