Being dragged down by the Brent price at $56.39. That will change over the next few weeks though if more US shale drillers go into Chapter 11 as then Saudi will start to act albeit they are already boosting Saudi blend prices.
oldjaybe: Lolol Pte.Baldrick/ female garb. I bought in at 22.5 and lets face it, AIM can be a casino royale at time so 23 will ~break -even if the Argies invade, aliens from outer space etc etc. I was looking at the last big spike that to me signalled the end of the downward trend back in Dec 12 when 100m shares traded and 34p. We've recently had 25mill at 35p. I would expect a few more multiples traded if it were a good old fashioned rise pre spud then a quick profit take. Now we aren't that far from the 'mean' at around ~22-23p on the run up. Maybe even a double top for a second 'push'. On the other hand maybe folks haven't got much dough and ~39p was it. A cute 50% profit for many. Interesting times. But like blankety blank, we all want to come out with something, even if it's the chequebook anfd pen (5%) or even anything above what a flippin' 5YR ISA pays. Good buy vol today. I didn't even bother looking at the FTSE today but most of my resource weighted watchlist was down except Ben FOGL. We would have probably made another few % today. SP was heading down last week but things seem to be stabilising this week. Can't wait for tomorrow. Time for Wallander and a jam sandwich. GLA
wow, sweet. drilling underway and no debt, cash in the bank, and surely undervalued. adding this tomorrow to the Portfolio. Nice to see Premier involved too, this project should be a good £400m. yep, tomorrow a slice for breakfast, and lets see,
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