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Share Price: 62.75Bid: 62.75Ask: 63.25Change: -0.25 (-0.40%)Faller - Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.80%Open: 63.00High: 69.00Low: 62.25Yesterday’s Close: 63.00


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jimmy699
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sp
11 Dec '14
shares go up and go down but it seems mine only ever go down !! wish i had never seen any f******* aim shares or x aim shares ive lost thousands muppet shares
 
shareminator
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Capex reduction
11 Dec '14
As some of the most important oil companies in the last few days have announced a reduction in capital expenditure, should GKP do the same and announce it to the market?
nwalsham15
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KL
11 Dec '14
End of dec
kinglouie2013
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RE: End game?
11 Dec '14
A random on a street in London said Jesus loves you. Well if that is the case please make sp 90p by his birthday (Jesus that is and not the strangers....). Any idea when krg and due to make next payment? Gla
Mayonnaise
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GKP & POG
11 Dec '14
Tom78 - I am one of the unfortunates who holds both of the above. I gave up on POG a long time ago having sold nearly all of my holding( for about £12 per share- Seems incredible now). I now have 250 worthless shares but thankfully sold 750 at a profit. GKP may look better by comparison but has been an extreme endurance test I would never want to repeat. I dont even look at it any more for sanity sake.
Notsramdamus
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End Game / Kurdy Conference
11 Dec '14
Seems like the sort of antics, the unethical would get up to, i.e. drain sp in order to make a very low by standards offer seem attractive... Mind you, TK must have been confident at some point, as he was spacing more cash than a saudi prince on his birthday in the early years... so what did he know then, that he has not stated now, to try and resurrect this sp debacle ? Oh Andy, read the link, maybe go for beer in the Primo bar and simply listen to the chatter lol ? I mean why make such an effort to promote said oil fields if volumes suggested are not as they once were ? and have the audacity to charge nigh on 3 grand to attend lol... Might be worth a day trip, as its over 3 days ???
FreddieCruiser
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RE: End game?
11 Dec '14
Inscrutable imo your assessment is fair and fairly acquarate. Sorta wish whoevers in control would just get on with it to the death and thereafter the resurrection. This is excruciating.
nwalsham15
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End game?
11 Dec '14
Lord knows!!?

So much good news recently, yet a third of the share price dusted off since then. Astonishing.
I've no idea what will happen, doesn't make sense. I'm just glad I have significantly de risked here through shorting over the last 6 months or so, because it sure as hell doesn't look pretty in any way.
The prettiest girl at the dance is now the biggest hippocrocapig known to mankind.

It's all been a joke and I fully expect some shady deals have been done, are being done, and will continue to be done, until the FSA do something. Which will be never basically.
Andydiff
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Kurdy Oil & Gas Conference
11 Dec '14
Coming up Tuesday.
Plenty of Brits going including two MPs. More than any other nation from the looks of things.
I wonder if any surprises will be sprung there. http://www.cwckiog.com/2014-conference/
Inscrutable
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End game?
11 Dec '14
Lots of end games. Was just thinking today about encore. Busted down to microscopic levels then an offer at a large premium to the peanuts valuation and everyone votes for it!! Seems to me there are two sorts of normal takeovers. Firstly where the company is hugely profitable and another will pay almost anything for their sales and market share. Secondly there is the company out on its feet struggling along with reduced finance options, but which retains good contracts or assets. The latter are picked up for peanuts. TK always hoped he could be the former. Truth is it's either the latter or a long wait. Not for widows and orphans as they say. Thank goodness I'm neither. Average reducing daily and I WILL get paid out from this venture. (Assuming I don't die of old age first of course)





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