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Share Price: 0.22Bid: 0.20Ask: 0.24Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Magnolia Pet
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 20.00%Open: 0.195High: 0.22Low: 0.195Yesterday’s Close: 0.22


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Guidedog7
Posts: 344
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Rita when will we have an update
Sun 22:54
 
MrEnglish
Posts: 846
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RE: _ 97% down
Sun 19:31
Firstly they are not 97% down; 96.4% I'd have accepted but not 97% that's simply unfair.

Secondly, of cause you can average down. If we are to believe that you bought in at 5p (hence your 97% down) then you only need to invest 4% of what you originally invested to average down by 50%.

Thirdly, what's the point of your post?
Crystsl
Posts: 669
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Price:0.22
_ 97% down
Sun 08:34
My maggy shares are 97% down in value.

I remember the oil market being steady and getting regular excellent rns..... as I piled in every fantastic report on wells took this down further.

Then reality happened the market went tits up and down we went further.

I can never make my losses back or average down.

As a company maggy have to get out of aim its bad for their image
Guidedog7
Posts: 344
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Price:0.22
Oil falls in volatile trade
Sat 07:03
By Reuters | Fri, 5th February 2016 - 21:26
By Devika Krishna Kumar

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices ended the week lower in choppy trading on Friday, snapping two weeks of gains, as a frenzy of speculation about a possible deal between top oil producers clashed with concerns about a growing supply glut.

After a volatile week's trading, much is riding on Sunday's meeting between Venezuelan Oil Minister Eulogio Del Pino and his Saudi counterpart Ali al-Naimi in Riyadh, after Del Pino's discussions with the Qatari and Omani ministers this week.

As cash-strapped Venezuela tries to rally support for concerted action between members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to boost prices, Sunday's meeting is seen "make or break" for a possible deal, said Tim Evans, energy futures specialist at Citi Futures.

Adding to this week's rollercoaster ride in prices was the sudden liquidation of a $600 million leveraged fund bet on falling prices.

Investors were also weighing a string of conflicting indicators on Friday as the dollar recovered some of the ground lost over the past two days while investors continued to fret about growing oversupply, with U.S. inventories hitting record highs last week amid concerns about a slowing global economy.

The pickup in the market earlier this week was not really warranted, Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy said, referring to the market seemingly brushing aside extremely bearish inventory data earlier this week. [EIA/S]

"Today when the dollar tried to push up, which I attribute mostly to a little weekend covering, you started to see some sellers come back in the oil markets," he said.

Global benchmark Brent crude futures settled down 40 cents, or 1.2 percent at $34.06 a barrel, after trading between $35.14 and $33.81.

U.S. crude futures closed 83 cents, or 0.1 percent lower, at $30.89 a barrel, after touching a high of $32.45. The contract fell slightly lower to $30.63 in post-settlement trading.

Prices briefly turned positive after data showed U.S. energy firms this week deepened their oil rig cuts in the seventh week of declines, to the lowest levels in nearly six years.

Both contracts were stuck in a narrow $1.50 range through the session but ended lower as hopes of an OPEC-led production cut that boosted prices in January have faded and concerns about a global supply glut have returned.

In a sign that low prices are having a limited impact on production, only around 100,000 barrels per day of oil production has been shut in globally to date - about 0.1 percent of global output, industry research group Wood Mackenzie said on Friday.

Morgan Stanley warned on Friday that a rebalancing in the oil market may not occur until mid-2017.

As markets try to balance themselves, it will likely lead to further volatility as investors close excessive positions, ABN Amro said in a note.
Trytime
Posts: 255
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.22
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RE: SP up!!!
Fri 21:36
The 10:48 transaction was my 500050 top up to get me through the 3m mark. Keep the faith!!
daggers1
Posts: 541
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Price:0.22
robsky
Fri 15:00
I have 20k in my sipp alongside these but they are at 2.2p, my sipp is below 1p now, poo is a major concern but I just keep the knowledge that it is a cyclical price, historically, and a finite resource.

If the spending follows all my other shares it will do one of two things, a, rise epotentially until it is just under my average, or b, not rise at all leaving me well underwater.
Robsky
Posts: 3,861
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RE: robsky
Fri 14:39
About the same here but between ISA and SIPP, you are well committed lets hope the rewards are coming it will be from the experience of the BOD that we will gain ground the POO is putting me off oilers now but still tempted to top up here just to get the average lower.gl
MrEnglish
Posts: 846
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Price:0.22
RE: robsky
Fri 14:33
here here
daggers1
Posts: 541
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robsky
Fri 13:59
I have two years full, I am secretly hoping it stays down till April.
Gibbz
Posts: 366
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Price:0.22
SP up!!!
Fri 13:57
That's for the welcome Robsky, looking forward to the next update. Hopefully stimulate some new interest, this old ship has legs in her yet, that I am sure.




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