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It's all factual and if people were really honest on this board they would know of someone in there close circle of freinds whose died unexpectedly in there sleep or stroke clots heart attack etc. So when people say you shouldn't talk about it damn right you should be talking about it.Because everything is based on lies and bs.And it will effect the stock mkt
Did you watch the video db Sweets and syringe the jabs are killing and seriously messing people up fact did you read the pfizer report 9 pages full of adverse reactions including death And governments are starting to pay out for vax induced deaths and injuries that's a fact. Well were paying 120000 per life that's the tax payer not the companies making it they all insisted on indemnities b4 releasing it That's all factual go look it up its grim reading
Not sure I've ever mentioned 5g nor do I deal in theories. I just look at data and facts how if you want to point out which part you think ice posted is a theory I'll happily back it up with data or facts or videos of themselves telling you Atb ;-)
Jeff you remind me of a motor trader friend of mine, nice chap but also signs up to theories such as covid was caused by 5G and no longer has a mobile phone. Oh and there was a gunman behind the grassy knoll
I am not taking up question with your theories just no one wants to hear them on a share billboard page, save it for the pub or twitter
Mmm jeffferey …bit unspock like…as 12 months ago , Brent was $70 ish , gas was under 100p and hbr had $1b more debt, wasn’t paying a dividend and not buying 5% of the company back ….,not sure how I got it so wrong! Should have stuck to my technicals and beloved 26d ema…..if it wasn’t for those meddling kids….
Eastenders finished then or was it the bbc or bloomberg or the cornflakes box. Meanwhile making the headlines NEW - Hundreds more people than usual are dying each week in England and Wales with Covid not to blame for the majority of deaths, new figures show.
Again thank you Obsolete.. and so it seems that there are no short position on HBR. The threshold for notification to FCA is 0.1%, therefore the 10% held by Euroclear are not short position as suggested by Indy0105. Kind of big statement in my view without doing the proper research first. Moreover this guy/girl is suggesting that is aware of other instants when big short positions on HBR HAVE NOT BEEN DECLARED? My world how does he do that? knowing things that nobody else know? Amazing..... This is the quality of information going round these days...be aware of Donald Trump like posters on here. Stick to your initial believe on investments and do your onw research, be suspicious of people not posting links or source of info. On EIG via Repsol getting more involved in Indonesia my take is that it prove EIG is serious and committed to become a big player in the energy space and not here for financial speculations.... That Indonesia is interesting for the vicinity of China, but not necessary China been a customer as Indonesia need badly to get rid of coal use for its own industries. And that Indonesia is one of the most tax friendly country in the world. Awaiting drill results by the way...
Yes Pleebens 12 months and your finally coming to the conclusion the sp follows the price of oil might be a day ahead or a day behind but it's always there. All you need now is $ and the yeild and your start making your fortunes ;-) All in good faith ATB ;-)
Agreed. There’s little evidence for a big short position or lots of little ones on HBR. If todays rise was shorts closing then logically the rise in ENQ, SQZ etc would also be shorts closing but they don’t have 10% held at euroclear. GIC selling (maybe sold out) is probably pressure to follow a green agenda. Any corporate activity for HBR will almost certainly involve EIG so in my mind it’s worth keeping an eye on what they get up to.
Think the conclusion from both of us is that the Euroclear SOL isn’t sinister this time and the sell off has been all part of the worldwide oil stock reset /profit take/ commodity recession worry just with higher Greeks than the rest. Indonesia could be a game changer as long as xi doesn’t continue to poke his nose in
Yes I know the difference between EIG and GIC! And your EIG theory is valid but still a small fry amount of money compared to the size of the potential deal. Unless you hive off the Repsol/Sinopec nsea assets into HBR? Need to work out what value that has and if it can be separated from the rest of the upstream. Sadly don’t think it saves you 91p in the pound under current legislation….although would be mega if it did. The GIC connection was trying to work out why they sold down and maybe that’s all part of their ESG agenda
It’s not GIC but EIG. EIG hold 37% of HBR. EIG have just bought Repsol upstream business which I thought consisted of assets in Indonesia amongst others. (Who else do we know with assets in Indonesia?) EIG paid billions for it and in order to raise funding for the transaction, may have put 10% of their HBR shares at euroclear in order to get a loan to help with the funding. Those were my dots but it’s only a theory and made more sense than shorting HBR when no other North Sea oilers had any stock held at euroclear.
Yes that would definitely be a possibility too. I think it’s a mistake to associate a high level of stock on loan at euroclear as being directly associated with shorting activity as there are other services that euroclear offer other than that.
LL if you look at the spreadsheet on the fca site, there are two tabs one for the present day and the other is historical since the regulation came in. It’s too big for me to download now but if you check your can see if anyone has ever shorted HBR (or at least disclosed that they have)
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK is an oil and gas exploration and production company operating in the North Sea.
The company is a joint venture between Repsol and Addax Petroleum UK Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec Group). It arose from the acquisition, in 2015, by Repsol, of the global assets of the former Talisman Energy Inc, including its 51% equity interest in the joint venture, previously called Talisman Sinopec Energy UK. Our assets include producing oil fields, major new developments and a number of assets that have ceased production or are approaching decommissioning.
Based in Aberdeen, Scotland, we have interests in 48 fields, of which we operate 38, on the UK Continental Shelf with 11 offshore installations (ten fixed and one floating) and two onshore terminals - at Flotta in Orkney and at Nigg in the Cromarty Firth. Supported by our shareholders we have a long-term commitment to the UKCS.
….Or hedge fund (or another private equity) asks investment bank for a leveraged hbr position and gets charged sweetly for it on a daily basis . Bank then borrows stock from EIG or similar shareholder for a fee to offset their exposure and locks in the profit…only problem is that 9.33% is a chunky position …unless your name is Warren Buffett or an M&A specialist…
No not HBRs debt. It’s the shareholder that uses the shares as collateral. I suggested EIG because they are the only shareholder with over 10%. EIG have just bought part of Repsol, so theoretically they could put some of their 37% holding with euroclear as a way of gaining access to funding to help pay for the Repsol transaction. It’s only a theory though.
That's the one Pleebens;-) Tough call obsolete a lot protected portfolios exchange hands last year so they may be being used not sure on what terms they were exchanged sold etc. .Given the major short on the poo wouldnt be surprised if they wernt cashing in on it But you also had fidelity selling out plus the Mrkts nearly had a complete meltdown 2 weeks ago so it's hard to tell HBr and talos a bit more sensitive to the price movements in poo with big swings up and down. Which also makes them great for trading not so great for lth but nothing is in this mkt at the mo ATB ;-)