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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Afren Plc LSE:AFR London Ordinary Share GB00B0672758 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.03 -0.99% 3.00 3.02 3.03 3.20 3.00 3.01 34,336,629 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 607.1 -1,255.0 -94.5 - 33.23

Afren Bulletin Board

DateSubjectDiscuss
30/5/2015
11:49
Like you Jammytass, I think the shares are already being priced as if the additional shares were already in issue, hence why the price has not moved from the 3p mark in the last 3 months or so. Why else the ones in the know want to buy at this price and not wait if indeed the shares are likely to be priced at 1p or less once the recapitalisation takes place if voted in? Only my opinion, but if the company comes through this, even with the additional shares in issue all assuming there is no consolidation along the way and the price of oil recovers above $85, these are likely to come back to the 30p level in the next 2 years or so (a 10 bagger from the current price), not much good for the people who bought in the hey day at prices of £1.20 and above I know......Please don't take my comments as a reason to buy, please do your own research.
by kulvinder on Afren Plc.
30/5/2015
10:23
I wonder how much the company paid for trolls? HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/businessclub/11635195/Bad-reviews-and-online-trolls-cost-UK-businesses-up-to-30000-a-year.html
by htrocka2 on Afren Plc.
30/5/2015
09:52
The current share price of 3p includes the dilution as if the shares were issued. Many on here have calculated the offer value at 3.5p after dilution and Barclays also valued it at that. So the SP of 3p is based on 11 billion shares. That puts the Mcap at £330m. If the dilution were removed, that same £330m Mcap would be divided amongst only 1.1 billion shares, so an SP of 33p.
by jammytass on Afren Plc.
30/5/2015
09:00
Thanks Canaries
by debbiegee on Afren Plc.
30/5/2015
08:20
Debbiegee....latest issue of money week States over 8% still short...Squeeeeeze pleeeeease :-)
by canaries60 on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
19:35
The big auction at 16.35 was due to the last Friday of the month happens every Month and you can make good profits utilising it when it is exaggerated. Margins short closing
by kirk 6 on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
19:10
what price will the share be with a yes vote? what price with a no vote?
by jammytass on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
17:13
Is anybody keeping track of how many shorts are still open please ?
by debbiegee on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
17:11
Well somebody has had an order for 6m at 3p on the book for weeks and just waited patiently for his prey to sell to him. HEe must have a reason and surely does not expect to see them at 1p. The 6m at 3p have been providing support so will be interesting to see what happens next.
by debbiegee on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
16:59
if you can afford to lose the £6000 left, i would keep them. but thats just my opinion and optimistic outlook.
by loggypunts on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
16:58
Would make a nice decorating feature.
by mikemichael2 on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
16:56
I have about 200,000 of these I bought av 9p back in feb....ish I was going to dump them today .....is there any smidgen of reasoning in keeping them? anyone?
by tom.b on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
16:55
what odds a big late order at 17.07?
by loggypunts on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
16:48
too late for me i'm afraid
by loggypunts on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
16:44
The vultures have had a good day They must believe the pickings are rich ???????
by debbiegee on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
16:42
posts crossed!!!
by loggypunts on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
16:40
what about the UT at 3p..... 11mill shares
by loggypunts on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
16:21
SOMEBODY FILLING THEIR BOOTS AT 3.02
by debbiegee on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
14:14
I'm confused, (on several counts!!) Yesterdays Notice of Holding from SRM stated they had crossed the 5% holding threshold on 27 May. Yet they were allegedly already 4.72% of tje shares. Yet all the way back to 2009, i can find no notification that they crossed 3% or 4%. Surely not more information withheld?
by loggypunts on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
11:51
In 2013 it was $5 a barrel but then you had to add on exploration, maintenance, interest....
by batman9 on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
11:42
Q1 2015 net production at 36,035 bopd [3,243,150 barrels produced over 90 days] = Revenue of US$130 million or $40 per barrel....when the average oil price for Q1 was circa $49 per barrel!! Surely it doesn't cost $9 per barrel [$29,188,350] for liftings etc...or does it? A.
by arbez on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
11:40
This is like turkeys signing up for Christmas.
by batman9 on Afren Plc.
29/5/2015
10:56
On the basis that the Recapitalisation is successfully achieved as outlined above, the Group's financial footing and ability to continue in operation would be significantly strengthened. The Group's financial forecasts and projections for the next twelve months indicate that the Group would then be able to meet its obligations as they fall due, however, this assessment is sensitive to a number of downside risks such as any further significant deterioration in the outlook for oil prices, any significant disruption to the Group's production revenue stream due to operational or other factors, and the crystallisation of other risks such as those described in notes 10 and 13 to the financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2014 (which are available at www.afren.com), particularly if such downside risks were to materialise in combination. Therefore, the Group expects that it will still need to seek industry partnerships, strategic divestments and other fundraising transactions as necessary to build resilience against, or respond to, downside risks, capture the opportunity in the Group's portfolio and secure the Group's future. So the deal is that good for shareholders that Afren will still need further cash and possible shareholder dilution in the next 12 months. Bondholders making substantial amount of money out of this agreement and shareholders are being sacrificed.
by batman9 on Afren Plc.
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