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Share Price: 1.025Bid: 0.00Ask: 0.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Matra
Spread: 0.00Spread as %: 0.00%Open: 0.90High: 1.025Low: 1.025Yesterday’s Close: 1.025


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kadsup
Posts: 972
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.03
rorker
27 Jan '14
I'd prefer to think - sold on.

Has to have been a buyer for them to sell to

Watch this space for the next RNS
 
rorker
Posts: 1,697
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.03
RNS
27 Jan '14
Directors about to bail in?
rorker
Posts: 1,697
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.03
RNS
27 Jan '14
Delek bailed out ?
kadsup
Posts: 972
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Price:1.03
OK - so who bought their stake?
27 Jan '14
Matra Petroleum PLC
Holding(s) in Company
RNS Number : 6054Y
Matra Petroleum PLC
27 January 2014

TR-1: NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR INTEREST IN SHARES

1. Identity of the issuer or the underlying issuer of existing shares to which voting rights are attached:
Matra Petroleum PLC

2 Reason for the notification (please tick the appropriate box or boxes):
An acquisition or disposal of voting rights
x
An acquisition or disposal of qualifying financial instruments which may result in the acquisition of shares already issued to which voting rights are attached

An acquisition or disposal of instruments with similar economic effect to qualifying financial instruments

An event changing the breakdown of voting rights

Other (please specify):

3. Full name of person(s) subject to the notification obligation:
Delek Energy Systems Limited
4. Full name of shareholder(s)
(if different from 3.):

5. Date of the transaction and date on which the threshold is crossed or reached:
24 January 2014
6. Date on which issuer notified:
24 January 2014
7. Threshold(s) that is/are crossed or
reached:
7% and downwards through 3%

8. Notified details:
A: Voting rights attached to shares
Class/type of
shares

if possible using
the ISIN CODE
Situation previous
to the triggering
transaction
Resulting situation after the triggering transaction
Number
of
Shares
Number
of
Voting
Rights
Number
of shares
Number of voting
rights
% of voting rights
Direct
Direct
Indirect
Direct
Indirect
Ordinary shares

GB00B06GS855
157,000,000
157,000,000
0
0

N/A

B: Qualifying Financial Instruments
Resulting situation after the triggering transaction
Type of financial
instrument
Expiration
date
Exercise/
Conversion
Period
Number of voting
rights that may be
acquired if the
instrument is
exercised/ converted.

% of voting
rights

C: Financial Instruments with similar economic effect to Qualifying Financial Instruments
Resulting situation after the triggering transaction
Type of financial
instrument
Exercise
price
Expiration
date
Exercise/
Conversion
period
Number of voting
rights instrument
refers to
% of voting rights

Nominal
Delta

Total (A+B+C)
Number of voting rights
Percentage of voting rights
0
0%
rocky2
Posts: 68
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.03
billybadback
27 Jan '14
Rules say it had to be suspended !
MIKEYGIT
Posts: 2,039
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.03
Billy
27 Jan '14
Hi Mate--you make some good logical points but my take on it is---IF there were no suspension with all that has been going on behind the scenes it COULD have had a great adverse effect upon the sp?? Also when it re-opens I guess it will start at the closing price last time---which is a starting point BUT if all these goings on and negotiations means MTA is in a much better place then the SP SHOULD go up. Had it stayed open and gone down then any good news now would have been eaten´up by the interim losses---if that makes sense?? Also--we do not know---but maybe it was a requirement of the regulations that MTA had to be suspended whilst all this was gong. However I am sure there are more qualified folk on here that can give us a more defined answer?? Whatever, I trust--I do not know why???--- Barskiy to have done the right thing and take MTA to a better place with great prospects---no point in him being here otherwise!! But like many I will be glad when we are up and running again and I hope when we are, us shareholders get a good explanation from The Board as to what has been going on, and in what place MTA is when we do get going.
BillyBadBack
Posts: 283
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.03
Guess what?
27 Jan '14
Its Monday................

Oh and we are still suspended. Never mind.

On a more serious note, why would MB want to suspend the share price ( I believe it was his decision, but could be wrong, it might of been cos of the rules of AIM ), but if it wasnt and so like I said he requested the share price be suspended, why would he do that if the price when it re opens is the same as the close price on the day of the suspension?
Its been nagging me for the last 5 minutes when I had one of those moments...... It would make more sense for when we re open the price it is nothing like the suspended price. I mean after all wasn't that what he said in the RNS announcing the suspension, or words to that effect, before anyone quotes me word for word.
I mean, otherwise wouldnt he of simply done it phase by phase without the suspension and let the market react as normal in these situations.
Maybe i'm totally wrong cos of the brain damage from these dam pills i have to keep popping inside of me. But I'd like to believe hes done it because he knows the price will be no where near it was pre suspension and show the shareholders he does actually care about us who stuck with it during the fall we've seen over the last year and a bit. Well that's what I think anyways.... Night night
Feedthepony
Posts: 1,251
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.03
Email from a 'friend '
26 Jan '14
Sheicat. Won't be bored for long ....... ;)
Sheicat
Posts: 10
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Price:1.03
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26 Jan '14
And the boredom sets in :)



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