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Tullow Oil Share Price (TLW)



Share Price Information for Tullow Oil (TLW)


Share Price: 671.50Bid: 671.50Ask: 672.00Change: 4.50 (+0.67%)Riser - Tullow Oil
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.07%Open: 666.50High: 673.00Low: 666.50Yesterday’s Close: 667.00

Tullow Oil Plc Ord 10P

Tullow Oil is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Tullow Oil is part of the Oil & Gas Producers sector




Intraday Tullow Oil Share Chart




Share Price SpacerPrice
671.50

Share Price SpacerBid
671.50

Share Price SpacerAsk
672.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0.67%4.50

Share Price SpacerVolume
1,077,041

Share Price SpacerOpen
666.50

Share Price SpacerHigh
673.00

Share Price SpacerLow
666.50

Share Price SpacerClose
667.00

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Tullow Oil Share Graph




Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 910.44m £6,113.58m 3,000

52 Week High 1,075.00 52 Week High Date 26-SEP-2013
52 Week Low 662.50 52 Week Low Date 18-SEP-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
1,455 670,373 366,547 59.530 11.28 12.00 1.79




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

22-Sep-14
12:55:33
671.50
388
Sell* 
671.50
672.00
2,605
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

22-Sep-14
12:55:33
671.50
1,330
Sell* 
671.50
672.00
8,931
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

22-Sep-14
12:55:17
671.50
1,170
Sell* 
671.50
672.00
7,857
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 Tullow Oil (TLW)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
01-Jul-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Tullow Oil
Angus McCoss held the position of Exploration Director at Tullow Oil at the time of this trade.
 Angus McCoss
854GBX1080
01-Jul-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Tullow Oil
Graham Martin held the position of Company Secretary and General Counsel at Tullow Oil at the time of this trade.
 Graham Martin
854GBX1060
01-Jul-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Tullow Oil
Paul McDade held the position of COO at Tullow Oil at the time of this trade.
 Paul McDade
854GBX1060
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Sun 20:06
busa
The short position
667.00
No Opinion

Evening all. Just to finish of this evening. As far as I know Lansdowne Partners (uk) are the only main short position in TLW at 2.51.Quite me if I am wrong but it was Lansdowne Partners LLP that have always had a position in TLW but have closed there position in this year. I think they are of the same company ?. Anyway though they have increased 0.51 of late to 2.51 short on this stock in my opinion only It's fair to say that they are not to bullish on the big drop on TLW. So let's see over the coming weeks if we are right. Just too say I only post for the benefit of being positive and also knowing there is people in TLW with LARGE paper loses only until they sell of cause. gla busa out
Sun 18:32
busa
RE: BEAM ME UP SCOTTIE!
667.00
No Opinion

evening aled41. I hope all go's well with your shares and good luck and as to not buying more shares. If I was down like you say you are in TLW I would have done the same but instead I am down on one of my other stocks which at the low price it stands at there was no option but to put the money in there.But not to take any think away from TLW my next lot of money will be going into TLW .Once again good luck and I hope you get to read this post. aled41 as for banter where all friends here so like me don't worry about it. glta busa.
Sat 17:11
aled41
RE: BEAM ME UP SCOTTIE!
667.00
No Opinion

Hi there busa I must admit, I'm very glad that the Scots had the sense to vote NO. Please be assured. I have no direct interest in Scotland. In fact I'm Welsh/England. But I do admit to looking a bit like a Scot who was our Postman, and having an insatiable desire for Scottish delicacies, such raw haggis, deep fried Mars bars etc. I also have a wardrobe full of kilts, and like to play the bagpipes . Very strange! But, it's probably just a coincidence. MMM???? I noted your feeble excuse busa, for NOT buying more TLW share. I accept your decision, as it actually makes sense! (Not a lot, but just enough) I would add though, that on the strength of your previous mid-week message, and following your excellent advice to the letter, I DID buy more TLW shares, probably the ones that you DIDN'T buy! (Bad joke ) As I recall, your average cost is below £7. So if you think the SP will stay steady, I agree that you just as well put your money into something a bit more exciting. I was, and still am, well down on my average cost price, so I chose Thursday (Before the vote), to average down! I think the price I paid was 663p, and I hope that we have now seen the bottom, and the SP will stabilise, as you state. Someday, in the not too distant future, Tullow Oil will either find it's "MOJO" again, strike loads of new oil, and the SP will shoot up. Or, it will be taken over by one of the big boys, who would love to gain access to all the oil reserves that Tullow owns. If neither of those events happen, we will have to be patient, and wait for the TLW cost saving plans etc to evolve, which according to numerous experts, will turn Tullow Oil into a very productive, and wealthy oil company! So, at the current SP of 667p , Tullow is a "BUY", with a target price of at least £9. Just to remind any potential new shareholders, Tullow Oil already has tangible oil assets worth £10-£13 per share Tullow Oil is a FTSE 100 company and valued at over £6 billion. busa, I thought my posting today was so dynamic and compelling, that it has convinced me to sell a load of my (welsh)kilts, and buy MORE TLW shares! (LOL) Seriously, I have certainly posted far too much of late, so I will now disappear for a while. It has been nice to banter with you busa, and best of luck for your future!
Sat 14:56
rbrand
aled41
667.00
No Opinion

Resigned when no need. Gladly relinquishing I assume a very pleasant lifestyle. A man of principle don`t you think? like the Diana inquest , one of the replies No is not available to you. Yes I know ALL that stuff and more ! Did you ever watch controversial tv before they succeeded in getting it and subsequently everything else similar off our free speech non government controlled LOL tv`s?
Fri 19:54
aled41
RE: aled41
667.00
No Opinion

Hello again rbrand Excuse any teasing or anything tasteless that I said in my last message that annoyed or offended you! Also, I was only using the article by Greenspan to enhance my obvious choice of the outcome of the Scottish vote! As for Greenspan, I could not agree more! He was a long standing Federal Reserve chief, and was second only to the President for power! He was a miserable looking man, but the whole western world still listened to his every word. As you pointed out, he induced a "boom of the century", which eventually ended in the collapse of America, and most of the rest of the world, (Boom & Bust!) He left a bad legacy, which will follow him to his grave. It is people like him who actually control the world, due to our total reliance on them for our money! The 1929 American recession was induced by the FED, and the rest that followed. They have been responsible for most of the catastrophic economic events, even wars, around the world, The Fed has been in control since 1913. Over here, the Bank of England has been around for centuries! What most people cannot believe is that the FED, and the BOE are 100% privately owned, and have absolutely NO CONNECTIONS with their Governments! They loan massive amounts of money to their Governments , but always with interest! The Federal Reserve is not Federal, and has no reserves! Just like BOE, it produces money from "Thin Air". It passes it on, but always with interest! If this is new to any of you out there, go online to YOUTUBE and you will learn the real truth of corruption & greed that we all call "THE BANKS" Back to the topic rbrand! Sorry rbrand, but there is NO remedy for the main banking system. They have a death grip on all of us! The whole world owes them so much money, and the debt increases every day, so you see, we are stuck with them until someone special comes along one day, changes the whole money system, and ends the money slave trade that is run by the banks. Sadly,It has been said that JFK was killed for promising the American people that he would change back to the gold standard. That would have been very bad for the greedy, nasty bank men. My tirade on AS was to offset the way he was running his campaign.. He was telling "porkies", and letting his SNP thugs to do anything to stop the "NO" vote, such as violence & abuse. He is not a nice man. Scotland deserves someone much better! He was hoping for a sensational win, which would be good for himself, not the people. His name would be in the history books, FOR EVER! He had even picked out a big castle for his personal use. Does that sound like a man who cares about anyone else. It sounds more like a man who is looking forward to total control of Scotland! Now that it's over, sorry if I overdid it yesterday! I must say that I am thrilled that the "No" won, and we still have our Union.
Fri 19:13
busa
RE: BEAM ME UP SCOTTIE!
667.00
No Opinion

Evening aled41 and all. A bit of a smile to your post and yes thank god. My opinion only that we are all better off together than apart. Next issue. Did I invest today as stated in my last post. NO. Again we all draw up are own conclusions on TLW and for me I think the sp is starting to stabilise so I placed the fund into one of my other stocks. Because I think the sp is getting more stable I think there is more time to sit back and watch and see any movements In other wards what the shorts are up to them naughty little hobbits. Ps aled41 RAW Haggis my dog would turn his nose up at that and he eats raw meat. Good to see we are all happy so on wards and up wards as they say. gla busa.

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