|yesterday 18:02||puzzler2||In for a few today - with a 12 month view forward and a return to normality, these are crazy cheap. read more...|
|Tue 08:31||bones698||What people are failing to realise is the current poo isn't the main thing to look at its the ability to survive the low poo that matters . These low prices will cause lots of producers to fail and go under and then poo will recover . Afr is well positioned to survive this blip unlike others and so worth a bet at these levels plus the chance of a bid increase read more...|
|yesterday 11:34||rcturner2||fantasist read more...|
|yesterday 09:31||ntbb||Oil is a need, cheaper it is the more use it will be, demand will grow rest is bullsh8t read more...|
this quality producer getting chucked in the bin with other aim rubbish ....incredible read more...|
|Tue 08:52||jon12345||theres no point trying to preach common sense here. the poo will go to 50 and afren will go to 30 regardless of fundamentals. its predetermined by forces way beyond the means of a sensible private investor so you just have to sit back and watch it happen. then it will be bought back up and it will be a game of last one in is a sissy. read more...|
|Sun 19:00||prmoldoaks||Don't panic China will have all the Surplus (may take Afren as well ;-) )
It's all coming out now, Bid, Valuation, Oil over done
Afren Plc Bargain valuation?
The independent report into the unauthorised payments made to former directors found that there was “no material loss” to Afren as a result of these... read more...|
|13 Dec 2014||flyfisher||WSJ - 12/12/14:
How Crude Oil’s Global Collapse Unfolded
Since the 1970s, Nigeria has sent a steady stream of high-quality crude oil to North American refineries. As recently as 2010, tankers delivered a million barrels a day.
Then came the U.S. energy boom. By July of this year, oil imports from Nigeria had fallen to zero.
Displaced by surging U.S. oil production, millions of... read more...|
|12 Dec 2014||bob2011food||TRAVIS, did you mean "brother" as you certainly haven't got a broker read more...|
|12 Dec 2014||davius||Presumably you mean 250p a share to buy the company? We've not been close to that SP. YET! read more...|