I think there was a theory that Bondholders were mostly KRG.
With the last few major interest announcements, and possibly more to come, it appears that the BHs were mostly institutions. Looks like these institutions/ hedge funds when they saw the arbitrage, bought up loads of bonds and now own more than 60% of the company. I wonder if they will start selling down to lock in profits?
I constantly think about when this was £4, £3, £2, and so on, with only 980 mil shares and good ole TK stating he wasnt accepting the £8 because he wanted more? I also think about the FACT this Co, was in the grips of the PI and AH needed to change the balance of power, to said Big Boys? Not ethical, not pleasant, not queensbury rules? But!!! If with the balance now changed and the PI's decimated what is not to think about 50p with 23 bil shares, would put mcap at 12 bil not that much more (if payments being made and back pay honoured and barrels increased?) than before the court case, which lets not forget 40 mil or so was allocated to try and prize a third or so away? So, are the new FAT CAT controllers, simply milking as many as poss from decimated and broke PI's as they can, before new CPR appears out of nowhere and BOOM, its 20 billion not 2 and BOOM POO rises and the rich get richer, whist the PI's get shafted... thin very thin I know, but NOTHING surprises me with this share anymore... Finally, ask yourself why the likes of Durby and Helx and Nadhim Zawrhi bother? It is not for the good of their health, but more so their WEALTH!
I fully agree do not throw your money anymore on GKP ...but if DNO does then you can start throwing your money right after...if all depends what the masters dictates to their puppets to preach day and night ...beggars belief that for such a useless company some muppets are still here ...why?
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