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EXCLUSIVE: Oil analyst Barney Gray discusses the latest from Tower, Coro, Colter, Reabold & United Watch Here

EXCLUSIVE: Oil analyst Barney Gray discusses the latest from Tower, Coro, Colter, Reabold & United
UPDATE: #COPL set timeline for Q2/Q3 Nigeria drilling programme




Latest Entries:

6
JUL

Boring Investments - Week Ending 6 July 2018

This week I reduced my holding in Echo Energy (ECHO) by 100%.


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4
JUN

Boring Investments - week ending 1 June 2018

This week I increased my holding in Empyrean Energy (EME) by 123%. From next week, I will stop reporting changes in EME holdings until there is visibility on future operations but I will still be a long term holder.


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21
MAY

Boring Investments - week ending 18 May 2018

This week I reduced my holding in Asiamet Resources (ARS) by 18% and I reduced my holding in Empyrean Energy (EME) by 32%.


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11
MAY

Boring Investments - week ending 11 May 2018

There were no changes to my holdings in Asiamet Resources (ARS), Empyrean Energy (EME), and Horizonte Minerals (HZM).


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4
MAY

Boring Investments ? week ending 4 May 2018

There were no changes to my holdings in Asiamet Resources (ARS), Empyrean Energy (EME), and Horizonte Minerals (HZM).


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4
MAY

News and Volume

If you read about my secret in the previous blog post then this week you may have noticed a few big risers, including Bahamas Petroleum (BPC) and Pipehawk (PIP).
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Latest Entries:

15
FEB

Don't be fooled by the 'trade deal' hype. China growth has peaked.

While market narratives continue to drive short term sentiment, asset classes taken in the broader context continue to highlight the unease within the investor psyche and this latter point is a much-underestimated theme which I  return and will return to every time.   I again mention (every time it seems!) the unwavering demand for the traditional safe havens, with Gold as yet still the notable store of tangible assets when investors run for the hills.  At a time when we are also seeing the correlation with a strong Dollar also going against the grain, this should give you an idea as to what the underlying sentiment is out there - protection required.  


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14
FEB

UK growth weaker than expected in Q4 - temporary or deep-rooted?

Looking across this week's data releases which centred around the growth figures for Q4 (on Monday), it was clear to see that with the level of headwinds circling UK Plc have undoubtedly left their mark.  Naturally, everyone will point to the uncertainty over Brexit, and even the ardent of optimists could not have predicted the degree of procrastination and can-kicking which has and continues to test the support of Theresa May's allies. 


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12
FEB

Debenhams hanging on - but at least this is good news

News this morning broke that Debenhams have managed to secure a GBP 40mln loan facility with its existing lenders. Let's not forget that the company still has a net debt of GBP 286mln and there has to be a sustainable plan to pay this down. Group like-for-like sales for the 6 weeks to 5 January fell by 3.4%, with UK sales down 3.6%.


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8
FEB

Reflect & Prepare

Not too much for US markets to digest this week other than the established themes from the prior week.  The Fed is taking a less hawkish stance on rates and is open to resuming reinvestments on the balance sheet, and the markets have taken well to this as the recovery has continued for the most part of the week.  However, when president Trump confirmed that he will not be having any discussions with Chinese premier Xi ahead of the 01 March deadline, we saw risk sentiment sour again, with the Wall Street indices backing away from their cycle highs in unison.  


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8
FEB

Early wobbles in the risk mood - China returns next week

Early wobbles in the risk mood - China returns next week


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8
FEB

FTSE 100 Technical Analysis

Interesting times for the equity markets at the moment. Issues include German, British and Australian downgrades to growth. An economic slowdown in China, although they are throwing the kitchen sink at stimulating the markets. I have pointed out some of the key technical levels on long, medium and short term charts. Lastly, soon enough we will be looking at news from the US-China trade deal which will have a significant impact on global growth. With this in mind managing risk is key and that is the main use for the technical levels on the charts.


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