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Max Petrol Share Price (MXP)



Share Price Information for Max Petrol (MXP)


Share Price: 1.12Bid: 1.05Ask: 1.19Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Max Petrol
Spread: 0.14Spread as %: 13.33%Open: 1.06High: 1.12Low: 1.05Yesterday’s Close: 1.12
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Max Petroleum Plc Ord 0.01P

Max Petrol is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Max Petrol is part of the Oil & Gas Producers sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
1.12

Share Price SpacerBid
1.05

Share Price SpacerAsk
1.19

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
149,724

Share Price SpacerOpen
1.06

Share Price SpacerHigh
1.12

Share Price SpacerLow
1.05

Share Price SpacerClose
1.12

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 2,175.31m £24.36m 200,000

52 Week High 4.01 52 Week High Date 7-NOV-2013
52 Week Low 1.02 52 Week Low Date 9-JUN-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
5 137,000 12,724 -0.491 -2.28 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

23-Oct-14
12:42:24
1.19
4,350,000
Buy* 
1.05
1.19
51.77k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply

23-Oct-14
12:42:15
1.183
4,350,000
Buy* 
1.05
1.19
51.46k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply

24-Oct-14
14:50:40
1.148
747
Buy* 
1.05
1.19
8.58
Trade Type:
Ordinary


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Max Petrol (MXP)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
06-Jan-10Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Max Petroleum
Michael B Young held the position of Finance Director at Max Petroleum at the time of this trade.
 Michael B Young
19.9GBX155,0960
06-Jan-10Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Max Petroleum
James J. Emme held the position of Senior Vice President at Max Petroleum at the time of this trade.
 James J. Emme
19.9GBX155,0960
05-Sep-08Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Max Petroleum
Mark L Johnson held the position of CEO at Max Petroleum at the time of this trade.
 Mark L Johnson
29GBX60,000160000
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Thu 14:29
TheRobster
leas
1.06
No Opinion

Ps - you expect AIM to be rational??? Muahahhaa!!! WAY too driven by human sentiment. :P
Thu 12:54
TheRobster
leas
1.06
No Opinion

We can speculate endlessley but the lack of SP movement after discovery announcement probably had more to do with the company's financial position. It might have suprised most PIs that the SP didn't move but any data analyst who understands O&G companies and what it takes to run one would probably have understood that finding the oil is the tip of the iceberg. It can take years to fully develop a field, couple this with a company with a poor management tract record, bad financial position and lots of other companies to invest in, it's not that surprising the SP didn't move. NUR1 was the only thing Max had going for it, take that away and there's nothing left worth investing in really.
Thu 12:45
leas
RE: TheRobster
1.06
No Opinion

How do account for the sp falling every time the company announced a discovery? Did not and will not make any sense to a logical thinking person. However, what I did not realise at the time was the cash burn of the company after the placing in 2011. We obviously have differing views which adds to the intrigue of share dealing but my guess is the guys in the smoke filled rooms did. MXPs success rate was pretty good at the time, all the operating costs thereafter was blamed on NUR-1. The carrot that kept you invested.
Thu 11:12
TheRobster
mike101
1.13
No Opinion

I understand how the market "works", understanding whether shares or indices will go up or down is a whole different matter. My point was that there are a lot of the 'tin-foil hat brigade' on forums such as these who see cloak-and-dagger manipulation everywhere - nothing just "happens" it's all a conspiracy, right? ;-)
Thu 10:58
mike101
TheRobster
1.13
No Opinion

You seem to know so much how the market works but you are a sh..i investor/trader losing on every buy you have made gla...
Thu 10:53
TheRobster
leas
1.13
No Opinion

MMs have influence yes but as I said earlier I think most people's view on just how much influence they have (especially in the mid to long term...short term yes there may be tree shakes etc) is overstated. People just want to believe there is a reason for everything, the simpler that reason the better, they want to understand, and blaming the 'bogeyman' is the easiest reason of all. I'm not denying that MMs can make money no matter what the SP does (due to the spread, commissions etc) and yes sometimes the big players do collude (e.g. the Libor scandal) but the level of collusion required to set a specific SP for MXP would be far in excess of the reward likely to be gained from it. As for the MMs knowing something 'secret'...again this is trotted out all the time and sometimes may be true, but usually won't be. Aside from the fact it's illegal insider trading (and why risk losing your license/business over a broken company like Max), how would they know more than we do? I don't see that there are smoke-filled rooms populated by shady characters who secretely manipulate the world to their own ends....things are too random and uncontrolled for that.

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