Ehm, they being "Ruspetro" who else could it be referring to? There's nothing funny about it, I created this account in order to be able to comment. So it's not very surprising it's my one and only comment, since I wasn't planning on becoming a full time blogger on this site. I merely wanted to share some information I had come across to fellow buyers, do with this information as you see fit. I did provide a link to the page I was talking about, by the way. However the page is in Russian, so you might want to use Google Chrome to translate it.
RE: This ship is sinking
They being who? Since your deramping post carries no link we are none the wiser. Funny how this is your one and only post to date.
This ship is sinking
You might want to look at this. A friend pointed this out to me and it doesn't look good. They seem to be facing a boat load of court cases and stand to lose millions. Found this collection of their court cases on the Russian web, seems to be an official page as far as I can tell. http://kad.arbitr.ru/SideCard/fc33abce-bc3d-4861-91a6-39d1104f63b6
Painful as the 3 amigos might think
...it. I think they will have to accept that another buy in is inevitable if they want to ensure they have enough capital to keep up their ambitious development programme through the next 3 or so years. Say 400 million share for £100 million. Maybe their largest customer would be interested.
not one trade and down 6.25% your having a larf :-(
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