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Share Price: 31.00Bid: 31.00Ask: 31.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.61%Open: 31.50High: 31.50Low: 30.50Yesterday’s Close: 31.00


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adrianq
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its a bad day
29 Jan '15
for oil so i certainly wouldn't be selling up today. I wouldn't be topping up either as there's no indication it might not fall further. like most shares out there, when the going gets tough you need to forget the stocks for a while and go enjoy the snow. Oil will turn around eventually, just needs patience i think.
 
Rivendell666
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Missing Link..
29 Jan '15
Rivendell666
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Collaboration
29 Jan '15
"" ...Chevron announced Wednesday it will work with BP and ConocoPhillips Company to explore and appraise 24 jointly-held offshore leases in the northwest portion of the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.

By collaborating across several prospects and discoveries, and incorporating the technologies and experience of the three companies, we expect to develop these fields in the most cost effective way and shorten the time to final investment decision and first production....""

One of these years we'll get a similar RNS for BresBent .... But how many PI's will be left ........ ??
johnson36
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wetdream
29 Jan '15
good answer
wetdream
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Johnson36
29 Jan '15
Cole and Kew have 7m shares + options.
How many more should they buy to show 'confidence'?
johnson36
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bod
29 Jan '15
it doesn't give you much confidence when the directors are not even buying at sub 30p.
They were quick enough to sell over 1.1 million shares each though at 383p on 23rd Dec 2010
highlandsbull
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RE: yanchep
29 Jan '15
yep, imo many p/i's will be in the same boat having listened to CLC in 2010/11 the value, production or no production remains completely in the toilet. With the BoD bailing in part at 3.80 range then, failing to fund, despite their likely paper losses at the current sp with all the delay sure most would after all this time vote for a sell off of the company. Management's had it's time, pass the baton to someone else who can sustain this 50 years production run, starting in 2018. Jmo.
johnson36
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£1.25
29 Jan '15
I sold up completely at £1.25 on 27th March 2013 and its not been back there since.
I started to buy back in last year and have an average of 70p which didnt look too bad not long ago. My mate has around 45000 shares with an average around a pound (ouch)
Dezzab
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SP
29 Jan '15
This is now scary, I know I'm holding long term but I now have the jitters. Do I top up and try and get my average down or just leave as to hopefully 2018?
Bugsy911
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RE: yanchep
29 Jan '15
If it ever hits £1.24 I will be out like a flash,

Been stuck in here for far to long and will be glad to walk away from it.





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