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Gulf Keystone Petroleum Share Chat (GKP)



Share Price: 4.70Bid: 4.70Ask: 4.84Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.14Spread as %: 2.98%Open: 4.75High: 4.95Low: 4.55Yesterday’s Close: 4.70


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theshipscook1
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RE: Who are the BH
Today 11:33
It all happened pretty quickly - JF saying that Gulf had not spoken to any BH's to the position Gulf are in, leads me to think he was telling fibs.

Gulf had plenty of time to work at this over the last couple of years, and just were not experienced enough at running a small company as they needed to be. It's a shame that the BoD were so inept. I would be totally embarrassed if I was a member of the board, and that bird on IR should really be given a job at her level of expertise, which is someway lower than what her current job is

Anyway, we now have another leach to add to the pile - Keith Lough
 
theshipscook1
Posts: 2,541
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RE: Bid
Today 11:26
as evidenced in the collapse of the Genel share price.
leeds23
Posts: 114
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evidence
Today 11:24
the problem is getting the evidence out in the public domain ,and proving it,we need the help of a journalist who s not owned by the city
surreyscot
Posts: 206
Question
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Price:4.70
Who are the BH
Today 11:23
TSC ... surely its was only 26% of BH who didn't want some sort of financial restructuring ?

That being the case it shouldn't be too hard ( or expensive ) to buy them out ? Or is that being na�ve ?
dragonfly03
Posts: 810
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RE: NZ
Today 11:20
The Sentiment is right, but I dont now if Theresa May would remove high profile MP and a few Ministers or a chancellor
surreyscot
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Update
Today 11:19
Receiving end
surreyscot
Posts: 206
Observation
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Price:4.70
Bid
Today 11:19
I totally support the view that the Kurds are now at the receiving of their own decisions. They ( and no one else ) destroyed investor confidence /sentiment in Kurdistan and are now reaping the whirlwind ( as are we) .

The big question now is will the IMF bring some of this back with the new deal ? All expenditure/income will be managed /supervised by IMF personnel. There will be an end to dodgy oil deals ( eventually) and the KRG/ICG will be forced to work together or at least co -operate.

Or is that too optimistic ?
theshipscook1
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RE: Worth Waiting ?
Today 11:18
agree...with a caveat - it depends who the BH;s are
MyLastQuid
Posts: 704
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RE: Bid
Today 11:14
Morning Escovido, They will be in London asking for investment soon enough...

http://www.cwckiog.com/
durby
Posts: 1,610
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RE: Worth Waiting ?
Today 11:12
What has the city or the BH have got anything to do with GKP's current state? Someone lends you money - but when it comes to paying them back you blame them if they are unwilling to give you an extension? Blame KRG / MNR / BoD - but the City and Bondholders? Little David is throwing the pebbles in the wrong direction IMO!




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