Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Baron Oil LSE:BOIL London Ordinary Share GB00B01QGH57 ORD 0.025P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.375p 0.35p 0.40p 0.375p 0.375p 0.375p 226,545.00 07:37:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.0 -1.8 -0.2 - 5.16

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03/12/201616:21Baron Oil PLC8,060.00
25/4/201607:17Worth a Little Taste ?2.00
20/11/201409:01why are they jere1.00
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03/12/2016
08:20
Baron Oil Daily Update: Baron Oil is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOIL. The last closing price for Baron Oil was 0.38p.
Baron Oil has a 4 week average price of 0.41p and a 12 week average price of 0.43p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.25p.
There are currently 1,376,409,576 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,119,871 shares. The market capitalisation of Baron Oil is £5,161,535.91.
28/11/2016
15:24
nlmbidc: Oil is up a dollar today so its not that causing the share price slump.
09/11/2016
20:06
nlmbidc: I don't want to spoil everyone's enthusiasm for the Mosman deal as an example, but it would require a much bigger deal to get the BOIL share moving at the same levels. We have 6 times as many shares in issue. Like everyone else I would love to see a deal for BOIL in SE Asia, but it will take a much bigger deal than the Mosman one to get the share price moving as much. It easy to say any deal will do to start, but you can only spend the money once. So the first deal ideally needs to be a good one.
09/11/2016
11:38
pembury: FAO; BARON OIL BOD LOOK AT THE DEAL MOSMAN OIL (MSMN) HAVE JUST DONE FOR $975K!!! BOIL HAVE THAT CASH AVAILABLE AND MORE TO REINVEST SOMETHING LIKE THIS OIL PRODUCING ASSET WOULD BE GOOD FOR BOIL MSMN SHARE PRICE UP OVER 300% THIS AM OBVIOUSLY SOME GOOD DEALS TO BE HAD OUT THERE ACROSS THE GLOBE! CASHED UP AND NO DEBT WHICH IS A RARETY THESE DAYS
12/9/2016
10:02
pembury: CLON share price up over 150% since they confirmed TALKS about a license in Ghana! comed on BOIL bod get a deal going somewhere decent!!!!!!!!
23/8/2016
13:53
tommo41: SunnyBoy25, Yes, you've every right to comment in any way you desire to on any share, especially if you hold shares in that particular company. I've noticed over the years on ADVFN that most threads have a core of frustrated shareholders who perpetually think that the company is destined for great things, despite the share price having plummeted to the deepest depths and cannot stomach reading realistic posts about the company's true situation. In over 13 years I have never posted about a share that I don't hold and quite often my posts have been on the negative side, borne out of frustration and disappointment, particularly with myself for having been stupid enough to buy the rubbish in the first place. For example: I still hold PPC but no longer post on its threads because I was continually shouted down by all those who knew better. And guess whose instincts turned out to be correct in the end? With GOO/BOIL, much averaging down has got my break-even price down to around 1.6p. I'm not prepared to chuck any more money at it and I never expect the share price to ever get anywhere close to that level again. Reason being is that it has very little going for it now. No current production revenue, crazy pipe dreams of any drilling taking place in the next two years and a cash sum which is being regularly eroded on administration costs. Yet there will still be some that will appear to shout me down and hark on about the company's prospects. One is bound to ask: so why don't you sell? Answer to that is that it's just not worth it. I'm down so much that I might as well consider the whole amount written off. They are living, I'm afraid, in cloud-cuckoo land.
22/8/2016
18:07
the guardian: All AIM shares are like that now pem. Too many traders waiting to destroy the price for the sake of a couple of quid. SunnyBoy, See a psychiatrist because getting your enjoyment from laughing at the share price of a struggling company in which you obviously have no shares is not normal. Ignore those little voices in your head and get some help.
16/8/2016
14:07
tommo41: nlmbidc, Patience? Are you having a laugh? How much time do you want me to give them? Is eight years not long enough? These clowns are drawing a decent salary and are just apparently happy to do next to nothing and preside over a very low, stagnant share price. Am I expected to wait another eight years for anything decent to happen here? Even if and when that time comes, there is no chance of the likes of valentine, with his 4p average, of ever getting his money back. If there was even the remotest chance of the share price getting back to around 1.5p from here then the directors would be filling their boots. The fact that they're not prepared to buy even a token amount says it all, IMHO.
21/6/2016
08:30
nlmbidc: TG I think the share price had to be marked down to prevent a mass exodus. They just marked it down too far. Just about every trade over the 4-5 days has been a buy.
15/6/2016
17:46
sunnyboy25: The Guardian, From my experience, I saw plenty of AIM companies in the past promising jam tomorrow yet delivering nothing, where directors don't take the options assigned to them, nor buy stock from the open market but live off LARGE BASIC pay checks, coincidentally you get the periods where the news flow(s) dries up, the share price drops and a "white knight" discount placing arrives at the lowest of the low, THEN only directors magically decide to subscribe and the cycle repeats! One could only guess how much shareholder value created by those public companies year after year! LOL I really really hope that WON'T BE the case here with BOIL!
21/5/2014
12:29
catsneck2: Don't think anyone has called it right on this bb. Wasn't that long ago when I recall everyone saying z34 farm out and the share will hit 10p. Yeah right. News and a BOIL share price rise has never happened. Everyone has a stinker, this is mine. Fortunately this is a tiny part of my portfolio as it is very high risk. Good luck to all holders as that's what it will boil down to.
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