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Share Price: 72.50Bid: 71.75Ask: 72.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 1.05%Open: 72.00High: 75.00Low: 71.25Yesterday’s Close: 72.50


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Jenslehman
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RE: RE: one day?
2 Sep '14
Yes, payment agreed just before Steam? Would be nice..
 
Mav2
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RE: Shareprophets
2 Sep '14
Not a fan of that site but encouraging news, seems like a push for a £ is on in the short term here
Inscrutable
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Offloading?
2 Sep '14
Huh? Just the opposite........
Notsramdamus
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King Louie - Well
2 Sep '14
dare I say it, but, Ive off loaded 20% of my shares this morning... sadly all the profit making ones, that kept my sp at a sane price, so now, its just a case waiting until the starch/viagra, kicks in, to raise the sp, to a level, to be able to exit and sell the rest... which I have a feeling that will be a while yet ? :)
kinglouie2013
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deutsche bank
2 Sep '14
http://sleekmoney.com/deutsche-bank-lowers-gulf-keystone-petroleum-limited-price-target-to-gbx-140-gkp/10015/

5p cut isn't too much to worry about. £1.40 seems pretty good compared to where we are now.
kinglouie2013
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RE: RE: one day?
2 Sep '14
Yes, so us getting paid would now seem inevitable. Good, now lets get us back over a quid.
FelixLeiter
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RE: one day?
2 Sep '14
Baghdad sending the owed budget money to Erbil would certainly increase the odds of us getting paid.
Jenslehman
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one day?
2 Sep '14
The Shiite National Alliance has agreed to send the disputed budget of the Kurdistan Region to Erbil. The funds will be sent in increments.

An anonymous source close to the negotiations between the Kurds and Shiite National Alliance confirmed to BasNews that the Shiites have agreed to send the owed budget to the Kurdistan Region in stages.

“This came after tough negotiations between the Kurds with the Shiite National Alliance and further meetings are scheduled to address further Kurdish demands,” he said.

The source stated that Kurdish demands for the new government of Iraq consist of adhering to the national constitution, implementing Article 140 regarding disputed territories based on Iraq’s new reality, addressing the issue of Peshmerga salaries, oil and gas law, Anfal compensation the Kurdistan Region, a solution to the airline dispute, enhancing legislation authority and making changes to the authority of the executive, especially presidencial authority.

Kurdish MP in Baghdad, Sirwan Sirini, told BasNews that on Monday the Kurdish negotiation committee only discussed the Kurdistan Region’s budget with the Shiite National Alliance. This isn’t a gift given to Kurds by Shiites, but rather a legal right of the Kurdistan Region’s people.

“If the budget of Kurdistan Region is stopped by Baghdad, the Kurdish participation and continuation in the federal government of Iraq will be meaningless,” said Sirini.

“As far as we are aware, the new cabinet of Iraq and Shiite National Alliance candidate for Prime Minister, Haidar Abadi, will send a large portion of the Kurdistan Budget to Erbil, should the Kurdistan Alliance support the cabinet and the candidacy of Abadi. This is a sign that Abadi and the Shiite National Alliance admit that it is a legal right of the Kurdistan Region that has been withheld since the beginning of 2014 by the authoritarian decision of one person,” added Sirirni.

Member of the Kurdish negotiation committee in Baghdad, Zana Rostayi, pointed out that negotiations are in the interest of the Kurds and there is no way they will agree on policies that are not in the interest of the people of the Kurdistan Region.

In a statement, former Shiite MP in Baghdad, Hanan Fatlawi, stated that she was aware of the Shiite National Alliance agreeing on the implementation of Kurdish demands for the formation of the new cabinet and that she stood against the implementation of Kurdish demands and asked Shiite leaders not to accept them.
FelixLeiter
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More talk of a Kurdish Oil Minister
2 Sep '14



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