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mannnan
Posts: 41,123
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mta
18 Apr '18
closed
 
whw68
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?
18 Apr '18
Is this company still operating ??
Dixie33
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Awful Quiet on Here!
15 Jan '18
Hello, anybody there..........??
harm-61
Posts: 148
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Broker de Giro
30 Aug '17
I transferred my MTA shares to de Giro, which is a low cost broker. I do think they are a newbie in the UK. My experience is they have a fantastic helpdesk and quick follow-up on issues.

regards from the Netherlands
crudehope
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RE: Transfer of shares
30 Aug '17
Unfortunately, I sold my shares for a big fat stinking loss because Barclays can no longer be bothered to deal with them!
Lucky my only other shares are in Sound Energy, where even now at depressed prices I am quids in & these will more than make up my MTA losses & then some. In fact, early retirement beckons later next year if all goes to plan with Sound! Good luck all Matra holders but reluctantly I'm out!

Crude
Yalo
Posts: 479
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daggers1
20 Aug '17
Thanks for the feedback :) To be honest I don't want to keep them, it will be just another quarterly charge for another broker as you said. Funny thing is I called Barclays twice his week, stayed on the line for half an hour each time, both times lost the will to wait. At least they could pick up the phone and tell me what they going to do with them.
I will try again this week, I just have to find at least an hour free time to hang on the phone :)
daggers1
Posts: 598
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Yalo
18 Aug '17
Im in same boat with barclays. They offered to sell them without charges incurred but its barely worth it. Got till friday to find somewhere but itll be an extra quarterly charge just for this one share. Unsure whether itll be worth it but its a hell of a loss otherwise.
Yalo
Posts: 479
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Transfer of shares
17 Aug '17
I have been told by Barclays that I have to transfer my shares to another provider as they no longer can hold them for me. Has anyone else been in the same situation and which provider have you picked?
Thanks!
Dave73
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Price
31 Jul '17
Making a come back from lows of 4sek now 8.60sek bid lets hope its only up from here. Needs to double at least just to get something back , still a long way off any recovery of funds invested. Would need to be about 75sek. One can hope.
Dave73
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RE: Figures Out
24 May '17
Sounds like you need to change your broker although not worth it if just one stock. They must have a stock discrepancy somewhere as these were transformed out of Crest. So not sure where they are held but would expect there to be a cost whoever is holding them. Overseas custody fees are normally higher than those shares held in Crest. The first thing is to find out where your holding is and then either change broker who can hold them or request a sale. You will be at the mercy of exchange rate deals to convert to sterling. Halifax should be able to help with all this. I use TDW and they are holding my shares albeit valued in Krona and yes it will cost me in excess of £50 to sell and possible custody fees. Hope helps.
Pennyshaker
Posts: 12
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RE: Figures Out
23 May '17
I hope your right Dave , Ive decided to hang on in there and turn it into a very long term investment . If they pay a dividend (I know right really) but technically if my broker Halifax who don't trade on Stockholm, will the money still come to my aacount . Phone calls with broker and they have no answer. Does any one know if they have responsibity to still accept and pass this on . ..? Side note anyone found a cheap way to trade the shares without £50 fee and hassle etc. Is it worth having a holiday to Stockholm and using a local broker abroad. I'm still amazed that it's hassle to get access to the Stockholm market .

With Trump fossil fuel made we could see some action in the oil market over his tenure .
Dave73
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Figures Out
23 May '17
Good set of numbers from Matra with improved performances , I still expect this Company to move up to at least double current share price over the next few months.
Dave73
Posts: 2,508
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RE: moving back to
2 May '17
Although long term holders have lost out big time , i still believe these guys are going to repeat there success as for West Siberian etc etc , i would expect to reach at least double this price...well lets hope so , just my opinion and Ive lost lots so dont follow me.
Duc996
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moving back to
2 May '17
the 9 's ?
paganking
Posts: 7
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MTA
25 Apr '17
Interactive Investor are willing to trade these shares for me , but will charge £50 plus normal dealing fees !
Think I will have to wait a bit longer for any decent returns..
mannnan
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mta
24 Apr '17
did anyone get any money from this company ?
CoverDrive
Posts: 699
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RE: crude
24 Apr '17
Crude me too.
I have the princely sum of £151.82 . All go into SDX. Debt free 50m in the bank multiple income streams that are increasing. Currency issues sorted and 11 drills in Morocco.
HL will deal in Matra shares over the phone but after various deductions I ll have enough to fill my car.
crudehope
Posts: 8,437
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RE: crude
20 Apr '17
£180...........man that Barsky chap has wiped me out! Only glad that I had £2K & not £20k. It is immaterial & of little consequence as my Sound Energy profits completely dwarf my MTA losses!

Cheers fellas..........Crude
crudehope
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RE: crude
20 Apr '17
dagers, you are right.............I still haven't got the hang of this Swedish thing. Oh well......looks like another trade gone to investment!

Cheers.........Crude
Dave73
Posts: 2,508
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RE: Dropping
20 Apr '17
I would suggest you held 45000 x 5 divide by 1000 should give you 225 shares but as mentioned the price is in Krona meaning your value is approx £180 ?
daggers1
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crude
20 Apr '17
You seem to be multiplying krona and popping your answer in pounds. Your answer will be in krona.
crudehope
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RE: Dropping
20 Apr '17
Hey Dave, maybe I am confused & feel free to correct me if I am wrong, but I originally only held 44,000 shares & now my Market Master is showing 225. My investment was only £2K. My maths equate to 225 x 8.8 = £1980........not quite £2K but not far short & at earlier prices I was actually in profit............or am I missing something - apart from the fact that I can't trade them?

Crude
Dave73
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Dropping
20 Apr '17
8.8 - 9.1
paganking
Posts: 7
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Link
20 Apr '17
SNAP , When it gets to about 50 SEK , I might be "In the Money"..
Dave73
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RE: Link
20 Apr '17
Im about 60% down on delist price and approx 90% on total investment. So cant see how you quids in ?




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