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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aggreko LSE:AGK London Ordinary Share GB00BK1PTB77 ORD 4 329/395P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -16.00 -0.99% 1,595.00 1,594.00 1,596.00 1,618.00 1,594.00 1,611.00 489,164 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,573.0 333.0 92.2 17.3 4,085.09

Aggreko Bulletin Board

DateSubjectDiscuss
07/4/2015
09:55
Lots of temporary power units floating around Holborn...
by zcaprd7 on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
06/3/2015
09:29
Dividend Cover of 3. On oil:Group wide, we have seen little impact from the lower oil price to date, however we continue to assess developments closely. For some markets the lower oil price may stimulate demand, but on balance we anticipate that it could be a headwind later in the year, as could continued security challenges in a number of our markets, in particular Libya.
by zcaprd7 on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
05/3/2015
18:06
Results billed as flat. But dividend up and beat the consensus. Big volume today, hopefully it will draft upwards again?
by zcaprd7 on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
05/3/2015
10:29
header updated with final dividend info announced today
by bountyhunter on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
26/2/2015
14:05
Sold today after breached my 1724p limit sell order. Been going well recently and only sold as in my view will get hammered if results next week don't impress. Brokers still seem negative and shorters still there. I suspect results will be ok and sp will continue up but not taking the risk of disappointment. Good luck to all.
by tompion on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
24/2/2015
09:27
lets hope it breaksout this time
by gucci on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
19/2/2015
12:06
I guess £18 is a major resistance?
by zcaprd7 on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
13/2/2015
19:03
could be, if both moving averages are rising ...looks as if they are ...just ...this has come out of the woodwork, not that I'm complaining! :-)
by bountyhunter on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
12/2/2015
20:23
is that a golden cross on the charts???
by gucci on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
12/2/2015
16:23
Perky. Any news?
by zcaprd7 on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
02/2/2015
22:03
looks like its breaking out of 1600
by gucci on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
02/2/2015
21:08
lower fuel costs feeding through. Just a guess
by rimmy2000 on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
02/2/2015
15:09
Who is pumping?
by zcaprd7 on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
02/2/2015
13:58
taken a small short. imv this looks like a classic pump n dump.
by zyzzyva on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
07/1/2015
08:13
7 January 2015 Aggreko plc Aggreko secures new contract and multi-year contract extensions · Additional 150MW diesel-fuelled contract signed in Argentina · 500MW of contract extensions agreed in Argentina and Cote d'Ivoire Aggreko is pleased to announce that it has signed a two year contract to provide an additional 150MW of diesel-fuelled power in Argentina. The agreement was awarded by Energia Argentina SA (ENARSA) following a period of negotiation. Additionally, we have agreed to extend our existing 300MW of capacity with the same customer, for approximately two more years. In negotiating these contracts, we have reached a settlement on an amount of outstanding debt, which had previously been provided against, and as such we anticipate a small increase in the 2014 full year trading profit. We are also pleased to have signed a three year extension for 200MW of gas-fuelled plant in Cote d'Ivoire, with the option for the customer to extend this for a further two years. The contract, initially awarded by the Société des Energies de Côte d'Ivoire (CI-ENERGIES) in 2010, will reinforce the power supply in Cote d'Ivoire. Power Projects order intake for 2014 was 757MW; order intake for 2015 year to date is 150MW. Chris Weston, Chief Executive Officer of Aggreko, said: "It is pleasing to build on existing relationships and to have been selected to assist our customers in Argentina and Cote d'Ivoire with their on-going power needs. The extension of 500MW of existing contracts, for multiple years and new work in Argentina gives us positive momentum as we begin 2015." Enquiries to: Investors & Analysts Louise Bryant, Aggreko plc +44 7876 478 272 Media Neil Bennett / Tom Eckersley, Maitland +44 20 7379 5151
by gucci on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
31/12/2014
12:34
More likely explanation though is as I said earlier, somebody with money wanted in cheap so they make up a lame but feasible story to scare out a few sells. Rich kids games, if you're not loaded you're simply here to donate to those who are, that's the rules of engagement on the stock markets, lol. Take from the poor and give it to the rich.
by megordon on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
31/12/2014
12:26
Yes zcaprd, I would have thought so too, but I guess they are basing it on rigs shutting down because of the low price of oil and not hiring. Pretty sure this is in for a drastic upgrade again at the next results. Like you I would reckon it's now more cost effective to run oil powered generators, heavy plant, etc.
by megordon on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
24/12/2014
17:09
What was the jefferies oil exposure argument? Thought that would help? Or do agrekko mark up against oil? But like the airlines... Or will the developing countries they work in have better electricity provision with cheap oil?
by zcaprd7 on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
12/12/2014
08:25
Heaven forbid
by ignoble on AGGREKO CHARTS/NEWS
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