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Quadrise Fuels Share Price (QFI)



Share Price Information for Quadrise Fuels (QFI)


Share Price: 28.50Bid: 28.50Ask: 29.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Quadrise
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 3.51%Open: 28.00High: 28.50Low: 27.00Yesterday’s Close: 28.50
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Quadrise Fuels International Plc Ord 1P

Quadrise Fuels is listed in the FTSE AIM 100, FTSE AIM UK 50, FTSE AIM All-Share
Quadrise Fuels is part of the Oil & Gas Producers sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
28.50

Share Price SpacerBid
28.50

Share Price SpacerAsk
29.50

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0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
788,832

Share Price SpacerOpen
28.00

Share Price SpacerHigh
28.50

Share Price SpacerLow
27.00

Share Price SpacerClose
28.50

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 808.84m £230.52m 7,500

52 Week High 51.25 52 Week High Date 3-DEC-2013
52 Week Low 23.50 52 Week Low Date 4-NOV-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
107 307,175 471,657 -38.514 -0.74 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

21-Nov-14
17:07:40
28.50
4,500
Sell* 
28.50
29.50
1,283
Trade Type:
Ordinary

21-Nov-14
16:35:28
28.50
1,564
Sell* 
28.50
29.50
445.74
UT 
Trade Type:
Uncrossing Trade

21-Nov-14
16:29:30
28.50
345
Sell* 
28.50
29.50
98.33
Trade Type:
Automatic execution


*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 Quadrise Fuels (QFI)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
22-Oct-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Quadrise Fuels International
Jason Miles held the position of Non-Executive Director at Quadrise Fuels International at the time of this trade.
 Jason Miles
31.37GBX1,593,6262230633
09-May-14Transfer To
Trade Notifier Information for Quadrise Fuels International
Hemant Thanawala held the position of Finance Director at Quadrise Fuels International at the time of this trade.
 Hemant Thanawala
0500,0007863400
01-Apr-14Exercise of option
Trade Notifier Information for Quadrise Fuels International
Laurie Mutch held the position of Independent Non-Executive Director at Quadrise Fuels International at the time of this trade.
 Laurie Mutch
20GBX400,0000
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Today 16:18
pyglet
AE wrote:
28.50
Strong Buy

AE wrote: JPM I sometimes wonder if the decision of IEG to wind up their company and allocate QFI shares to the individual shareholders might not be because some shareholders wanted to stick with the original plan, while others may want to continue growing QFI over the longer term. Let's face it, it would be relatively easy to do under the license model - then just sit back and watch the royalties pouring in. I thought you knew the answer! LOL! Why Don't you ask the CFO on Friday. Must be in the top 3 questions! Along with one for the COO. Your decision to opt for shares rather than 6.25% of future profits reflects the fact that you envisage future profits to be negligible or some way off and more than likely QFI will be bought out. Yes or No. One for the Chairman: It's now the end of Nov. The LONO would have been almost complete by now had it not been delayed for " commercial reasons". When will the LONO start. Not anticipate to start but actually start.
Today 16:17
pyglet
AE write
28.50
Strong Buy

AE wrote: JPM I sometimes wonder if the decision of IEG to wind up their company and allocate QFI shares to the individual shareholders might not be because some shareholders wanted to stick with the original plan, while others may want to continue growing QFI over the longer term. Let's face it, it would be relatively easy to do under the license model - then just sit back and watch the royalties pouring in. I thought you knew the answer! Why Don't you ask the CFO on Friday. Must be in the top 3 questions! Along with one for the COO. Your decision to opt for shares rather than 6.25% of future profits reflects the fact that you envisage future profits to be negligible or some way off and more than likely QFI will be bought out. Yes or No. One for the Chairman: It's now the end of Nov. The LONO would have been almost complete by now had it not been delayed for " commercial reasons". When will the LONO start. Not anticipate to start but actually start.
Today 16:07
BOTAK
RE: RE: Re re AGM
28.50
No Opinion

AE noted ! Wise discussions Thanks & Keep Smiling
Sat 16:56
ArgyllEagle
RE: RE: Re re AGM
28.50
No Opinion

Botak As the BOD have told us, they are always aware of not disclosing information that could advantage a particular group of shareholders and not others. Therefore, they should not disclose anything new at the AGM. However, they can clarify statements made in the RNSs and updates. As JPM has also touched on, the body language and tone used when answering questions can speak volumes. JPM I sometimes wonder if the decision of IEG to wind up their company and allocate QFI shares to the individual shareholders might not be because some shareholders wanted to stick with the original plan, while others may want to continue growing QFI over the longer term. Let's face it, it would be relatively easy to do under the license model - then just sit back and watch the royalties pouring in.
Sat 15:11
BOTAK
Re AGM etc
28.50
No Opinion

J-P-M My Thoughts and expectations are in line with yours, The reason I highlighted Q4 16 ,Is without completion and issue of LONO for Marine MSAR2 PS in Singapore or the GOM will not show there hand, But on the up side we have according to the latest Edison report a possible 300,000 ton start up production in Q2 15 @ KSA, So a substantial move in SP to look forward to there should it materialize Appreciate the feedback
Sat 14:43
J-P-M
Re AGM etc
28.50
No Opinion

I generally concur with your points BOTAK with the exception of timscale regarding significant SP reaction to company progress. If I can also incorporate the point made by steveho regarding FTSE membership at this point as I think the two issues are related. The huge unknown regarding QFI is the short to medium term strategy of our BoDs in terms of how proactive they will be around T/O or buy-out to a GoM or similar. This point really matters as it will determine the actions they take in the much talked about 18-24 month window they keep referring to. My take on this is that QFI was set up to develop markets for the fuels and at the right moment sell out at a huge premium to current SP at that time, this is consistent with IEG philosophy I think and would therefpre negate any efforts towards FTSE entry, dividends etc. Why do I think this? I`m no business person but looking at the market MSAR is creating, it will be massive and as such will in quite quick time get the attention of competitors particularly the power sector. Whilst QFI are the superior brand and product right now, others will follow and compete and also the environmental issues regarding sulphur remain uncertain going forward, so on balance if QFI got the golden offer in say 2017 then the worry and effort required to keep growing the company and defending its market would be passed on to a GoM at a very nice profit to all shareholders. I have always taken the view that a buy-out is the most likely outcome but only after MSAR/MSAR2 has proven itself commercially and has created good and growing demand for its products and services and for me that will take until late 2017. I know many other posters have similar views and on balance as I say is perhaps the most likely scenario for our company. However, nothing is guaranteed and I can also see another scenario where the BoDs dont get the offer they believe we are entitled to and stay with the project and continue to grow the business, this model will mean a longer time for maximum returns in terms of SP and dividends but when they do come they will likely be beyond what any company would offer, and that is the issue in a nutshell...buy-out must be early enough to make QFI affordable and a good long term investment and not too late so as to lose the value-add associated with a timely takover, hope this makes some sense. Cheers

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