Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clontarf LSE:CLON London Ordinary Share GB00B09WLX62 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.01p +3.03% 0.34p 0.33p 0.35p 0.36p 0.33p 0.33p 9,620,776 14:51:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.2 -0.0 - 1.98

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22/5/2017
09:20
Clontarf Daily Update: Clontarf is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLON. The last closing price for Clontarf was 0.33p.
Clontarf has a 4 week average price of 0.30p and a 12 week average price of 0.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.09p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.16p.
There are currently 581,844,829 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,658,720 shares. The market capitalisation of Clontarf is £1,978,272.42.
21/5/2017
21:52
lippe: "We need to reinvigorate the company.” lolz - sack The Hat ... “ensured survival by maintaining their exploration interests and by raising new funds when available”. beyond lolz ... Clarity is not something that can always be taken for granted when working through the financial results of companies – listed or otherwise. Credit, then, to serial entrepreneur John Teeling. Publishing figures for London AIM-listed Clontarf Energy showing another year with no revenues to say nothing of profits, Teeling noted that “investors in junior exploration shares have had a tough time in recent years”. Indeed. He goes on to concede that the lack of buying interest in AIM-listed exploration ventures such as Clontarf has now extended to nine years – since the financial crash. Still, the irrepressible Teeling is confident the cycle will turn and asserts Clontarf’s focus to be in a position to benefit when that happens. “Investors good enough, or lucky enough, to select the right vehicles will profit handsomely,” he predicts. Lucky is right. The fortunes of exploration minnows in delivering investor returns in recent years is underwhelming, despite the continuing enthusiasm by Teeling and others for myriad oil, gas and commodity plays in far-flung places. Clontarf’s main focus is on Ghana. Over the past seven years, progress has been interrupted by “disputes, discussions and resolutions” on a range of issues. Teeling notes that recent elections returned to power the party with which Clontarf has reached accord. “We have good working relationships with politicians in this party,” he says. He better hope they last the distance. In Peru, successive delays mean test drilling is unlikely before 2019, while three blocks it inherited in Bolivia have been nationalised and even the ebullient Teeling struggles to provide any grounds for optimism in the medium term. Clontarf, says Teeling, has “ensured survival by maintaining their exploration interests and by raising new funds when available”. To date that has worked but the share price is struggling for air. As a result, investors at Clontarf and other industry minnows will heartily endorse Teeling’s conclusion: “We need to reinvigorate the company.”
18/5/2017
08:03
currypasty: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/clontarf-CLON/share-news/Clontarf-Energy-PLC-Final-Results-for-the-Year-End/74634732
18/5/2017
06:21
lippe: Don't bring Harry, has a certain resonance whilst the share price is goofing ... Will it nod off into oblivion or will the arch fluffer Horgan manage a resurrection
29/3/2017
21:49
ajj2003: Just like certain familiar posters try to manipulate the share price every quarter just before spread bet rollover day for example
27/5/2016
08:18
currypasty: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/clontarf-CLON/share-news/Clontarf-Energy-PLC-Annual-Results/71590949
22/10/2015
21:53
cinques: So if CLON management manage, against really steep odds, to get the licence granted by the Ghanaian govt, how much would licence then be worth? It strikes me that CLON is worth a punt at these levels as IF a licence were granted, the share price would spike nicely.... and IF one isn't granted, CLON becomes a shell (with a small potential royalty from Peru possibly).
12/9/2015
17:51
treacle32: I'll take my chances having just got a big result of 500% gain in MAC. Each to their own. DYOR. I can see lots of positives here finally with no downside from these levels. Has been a dog of a share....but Ghana ratification is finally coming and licence award alone will add hundreds of percentages to the share price.
12/9/2015
17:10
philwhammett: Treacle, I've helped you by highlighting the appropriate part of the stirring assertion: "When forced selling stops there could be a significant improvement in the share price as the sector recovers". A bit like: "The moon could be made of green cheese." Valuation: 0p. All that has kept it from fulfilling this over the years is the greed and gullibility of hundreds of victim mug-punter muppets.
12/9/2015
16:18
treacle32: JT and family got too much of an interest in CLON now too with the sizeable conversion of director loans into shares at 0.75p. Enough cash on the books and unlike other juniors Clontarf raised at market price of 0.70p this time last year. I don't think JT is shooting himself in the foot with the below big bold statement. He has plenty of stuff up his sleeve. "When forced selling stops there could be a significant improvement in the share price as the sector recovers".
25/3/2014
13:02
scruffee: OH DEAR Clontarf Energy PLC Press reports re Ghana licence Date : 25/03/2014 @ 13:00 Source : UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Stock : Clontarf (CLON) Quote : 1.075 0.0 (0.00%) @ 07:54 HOME » LSE » LSE » Clontarf share price Clontarf Energy PLC Press reports re Ghana licence Share On Facebook Print Alert TIDMCLON RNS Number : 1243D Clontarf Energy PLC 25 March 2014 25 March 2014 Clontarf Energy plc ("Clontarf" or "the Company") Press reports regarding Ghana licence ratifications Clontarf Energy, the AIM listed Oil Explorer, notes recent press reports and associated speculation regarding the ratification by the Ghanaian Parliament of a petroleum agreement for the exploration of oil in a Tano Basin shallow water block (the "Ratification"). The Company holds a 60 per cent. interest in the Ghana Tano 2A Block ("Tano 2A Block") pursuant to a petroleum agreement dated March 2010 (the "Tano 2A Petroleum Agreement"). Clontarf is currently awaiting ratification of the Tano 2A Petroleum Agreement by the Ghanaian Cabinet and Parliament. The Company has grounds to believe that the Ratification may relate to a portion of the Tano 2A Block. Clontarf is urgently seeking clarification from the Ghanaian authorities that the Ratification does not relate to an area covered by the Tano 2A Block. The Company will seek to enforce its rights under the Tano 2A Petroleum Agreement. As a precautionary measure Clontarf has instructed its lawyers to seek injunctive relief to prevent the award of any part of the Tano 2A Block to a third party. Further announcements will be made in due course. For further information please visit hxxp://clontarfenergy.com or contact: Clontarf Energy plc David Horgan, Managing Director +353 (0) 1 833 2833 James Finn, Finance Director Nominated Adviser and Joint Broker Shore Capital Pascal Keane/Toby Gibbs, Corporate Finance +44 (0)20 7408 4090 Jerry Keen, Corporate Broking Public Relations Blythe Weigh Communications +44 (0)20 7138 3204 Tim Blythe +44 (0) 7816 924626 Eleanor Parry +44 (0) 7551 29 3620 Halimah Hussain +44 (0) 7725 978 141 Pembroke Communications David O'Síocháin +353 (0) 1 649 6486 This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END
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