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Share Price: 79.00Bid: 78.50Ask: 79.50Change: 2.00 (+2.60%)Riser - Gulf Keystone
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 1.27%Open: 78.00High: 80.50Low: 77.00Yesterday’s Close: 77.00


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nwalsham15
Posts: 3,028
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All
13 Nov '14
For the record I hate seeing the sp drip/drop/plummet.

I am a long term holder here.

But, I'm here, like you, to make money.

Simple fact is the best way to do that in recent months has been to short it.

And that's why I do.
 
cockernhoe
Posts: 927
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Price:68.00
please forgive me for being thick
13 Nov '14
but is the money that bagdad owe us going to be paid or not.
or are we supplying 150mbpd to bagdad and they are paying for that.
Everton222
Posts: 736
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Price:68.00
Mulder
13 Nov '14
I think that's unfair to label some shareholders like that. It's not our fault. The fault lies with the company. If they were not awful and untrustworthy, I wouldn't of shorted them.
RobsterNo9
Posts: 105
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Price:68.00
From the other place
13 Nov '14
Finance Minister Zebari......

“This covers the month of October. In November, there will be another payment of $1 billion and the KRG will again hand over 150,000 barrels of oil a day to the federal government.”
RobsterNo9
Posts: 105
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Price:68.00
Agreement
13 Nov '14
Well there you have it after nearly 6 years of waiting for it. Never expected any fanfare when it happened. Regular payments now and we will be flying.
Andean
Posts: 75
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Price:68.00
Kurds Reach Partial Oil-Export Deal
13 Nov '14
Thats proper news.

Lets see what the market makes of that tomorrow.
cockernhoe
Posts: 927
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Price:68.00
can someone please explain this
13 Nov '14
Iraq’s Kurds announced a partial agreement on oil exports with the country’s federal government, in which the semi-autonomous region’s oil will be exchanged for revenues from the administration in Baghdad.

The Kurdistan Regional Government placed 150,000 barrels a day of crude at the disposal of the central government, according to a statement on the KRG’s website today. In return, the Federal government will transfer $500 million to the KRG. Kurdish Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani will lead a delegation to Baghdad in the coming days for further talks, it said.
weathervane
Posts: 215
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RE: What a sad & corrupt world
13 Nov '14
Agree M, let's not beat about the bush, this board is littered with those who want this SP to keep falling in order to top up.
They don't give a hoot for those who got in late, although that is simply just unfortunate, they just boast about the price they got in at. They stink.
shareminator
Posts: 1,499
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Price:68.00
Kurds Reach Partial Oil-Export Deal
13 Nov '14
Mulder
Posts: 393
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What a sad & corrupt world
13 Nov '14
we live in when shareholders in a company actually derive pleasure and benefit financially from seeing it struggle and its share price fall.

You know who you are.



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