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Share Price: 66.75Bid: 66.00Ask: 66.75Change: -1.00 (-1.48%)Faller - Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 1.14%Open: 67.00High: 71.00Low: 66.25Yesterday’s Close: 67.75



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RaphaelSemmes
Posts: 1,196
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:65.00
The gist..
17 Jun '14
..of it is that while we do not know the true value of these shares; we do not that it is a great deal more then their current price. The obvious conclusion is is to continue to hold them or to buy a FEW of them.
 
tuscanraider
Posts: 107
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:65.00
let the shorters do their
17 Jun '14
worst . Time will be the enemy and our savior for this company . I do think that it may not take as long as some of these doom mongers think for real ground breaking news to be released that clarifies what has been going on behind the scenes
The-Lockie
Posts: 838
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:64.50
Rivendell
17 Jun '14
Would love a cheeky bid at the moment. £130p will do me and would bite their hand off for it as well !!!!
The-Lockie
Posts: 838
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:64.50
Resign
17 Jun '14
The BOD need to resign !!!!! Where is the value to existing shareholders that bought at 100p 200p 300p. The current SP is appalling and where will it end 60p 50p 40p before these muppets actually do something meaningful that will get the price back to the 120-150p level. 90% of holders must be sitting on big paper losses here and the BOD couldn't give a flying ****. !! Cannot wait to break even and get the hell out of this stock. Massive let down.
Rivendell666
Posts: 3,506
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Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:65.00
Why Norway??
17 Jun '14
Gotta be some reason it was the Vikings who gave us the credit. More questions than answers so far with all the small print of the deal in favour of the lenders. I get the feeling XelBod want to present one huge RNS as a fait accompli.

This isn't a "normal" company - this is their baby; every waking hour for the last two decades they've been obsessed with making Xel into a major independent - so what's another year or two...........

At least if we slip lower might attract a cheeky bid, poison pill notwithstanding.......
marthasson
Posts: 3,400
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Price:66.00
highlands
17 Jun '14
as i read it the RNS states that the share placement of 4m+ shares is the difference of the 10% discount on the bonds purchased so as such is not a direct placement and in fact a bonds + share bonus to the purchaser........it amounts to a very small percentage of overall holding and was probably used as an incentive.
highlandsbull
Posts: 963
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:66.00
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RE: Rupert stated that
17 Jun '14
Thought he'd also derided one questioner at the AGM who'd asked about the prospects of further placement(s), are there not more shares going out with this refi?
agkglg
Posts: 737
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Price:66.50
Presentation
17 Jun '14
mainshare
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Price:66.50
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Rupert stated that
17 Jun '14
he wanted the SP at a reasonably low price..so the IP options would be easier to pick up..and when the FDP was complete..ppl would see the true value of the SP?
tuscanraider
Posts: 107
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:66.50
i agree with u
17 Jun '14
I also think there is a lot of chess movements being done here by the bod . In theory the bod are saying pay us top dollar now or pay more later as we are going forward one way or another . Our asset is not only massive for the north sea , it is becoming ever more valuable with the middle east collapsing .



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