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Share Price: 82.75Bid: 82.50Ask: 83.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 0.91%Open: 83.25High: 85.00Low: 81.75Yesterday’s Close: 82.75


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redally
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USA
15 Aug '14
Why is that because there is billions and billions of barrels of crude there.Just hope the iraq people all benefit from this and IS is wiped off the face of the earth.
MSmith
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UN APPROVES MEASURE TO COMBAT AL-QA
15 Aug '14
Ewan5
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Evening
15 Aug '14
Another nothing week for GKP. Politics are calming down and it seems everyone now wants to arm the Kurds with the gucciest equipment. Nothing like some state of the art weaponry to help cement your borders and allow a little force projection. I took up a position in Afren today, a first for me in at just over a pound. Still some risk but I'd be happy to trade it if the sp recovers into the mid teens. With this one still in a coma it's been fun buying and selling on a number of shares on day trades or slightly longer. Production figures plus payment update vital on 28th and SA needs to flow. No more bad news please GKP you've been bloody awful for months (if not years)
steveho
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RE: While UK/USA drag their feet
15 Aug '14
Emailed my MP to put pressure on this Gov,these IS bastards need sorting
steveho
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While UK/USA drag their feet
15 Aug '14
A Yezidi woman carrying her baby reaches the Kurdistan Region after being rescued on Mount Shingal.
DUHOK, Kurdistan Region—Militants of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) raided the Yezidi village of Kucho, killing 80 men and taking a number of women and children hostage after a deadline to convert to Islam expired on Friday, villagers said.

According to Rudaw sources, the IS gave the residents of Kucho a deadline to convert to Islam or face consequences. The deadline expired today.

Kucho is located 80 kilometers southeast of Shingal where thousands of Yezidis fled and took refuge on a nearby mountain as the town fell to the IS earlier this month.

Local Yezidi sources said that a large force of IS militants arriving on buses attacked the village, rounded up 1,200 people and hauled them into the school village.

The spokesman for the Yezidi Spiritual Community, Karim Suleiman confirmed the the massacre by the IS, saying, “One of the men in the village escaped the IS injured.”

Scores of Yezidi villagers were killed during the initial IS attack on their region earlier this month and hundreds more, mostly women and young girls are still missing.

The women are believed to have been held in Mosul, Iraq’s IS stronghold.

The United Nations, US, EU and human rights organizations have strongly condemned the violent IS attacks on the Yezidi religious minority.

http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/15082014
Futureisbright
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Sunni Leaders propose Iraq deal
15 Aug '14
It is a step in the right direction. Enjoy your weekend all. For the safety all in Iraq, bar some ********
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-28808992
FelixLeiter
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Chat board
15 Aug '14
I must admit I probably would have sold up on bad news this past year but this board has kept me going. Lots of insight I would have missed. Some excellent regular posters.

Lots of noise too. But the fundamentals are the fundamentals. Assuming security holds and oil sales move forward, we stand to gain a lot. Have a good weekend everyone. Long and strong.
garyn
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Inscrutable
15 Aug '14
Very nice prices to have had buys at - not in AFR as was worried it might visit the mid-70s before bouncing but fully expect it to recover (although depends on what the directors have done in terms of sentiment when that all comes out in the open - could easily be nothing much but the company can't say publicly at the moment, just hope it doesn't have anything to do with a certain big find last year that a small AIM oil company got a chance to farm into before the oil strike...). Tempted to add more here and in GENL but am away fishing a fair bit for most of the next two months in places with no internet or even phone signal so being a bit cautious, plus have a fair bit tied up in offshore UK ones presently. ATB



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