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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
  -0.025p -4.46% 0.535p 0.52p 0.55p 0.56p 0.535p 0.56p 2,682,294.00 08:27:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 - 3.11

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27/11/201623:21Clontarf Energy (CLON) potential ratification of the revised Ghana permit.373.00
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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 0.56p.
Clontarf has a 4 week average price of 0.57p and a 12 week average price of 0.59p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.09p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.14p.
There are currently 581,844,829 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,391,672 shares. The market capitalisation of Clontarf is £3,112,869.84.
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).
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.
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.
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".
nicky21: teeling quote What does this mean for shareholders in Clontarf? When forced selling stops there could be a significant improvement in the share price as the sector recovers. LOOKS LIKE THE RECOVERY STARTED AROUND 2 WEEKS AGO. even 1 of the falkland explorer is up 50%.char is also up around 30% and so is circle oil.
tradingstock247: buyers again today £3 now 0.55 Could be be a transformation here this was a 300p stock when we had ratification news is due from the gov. The John Teeling-chaired sister companies — which, respectively, own 60% and 30% of the Tano-2A exploration licence in Ghana (10% is locally-owned) — had initiated legal proceedings (which have now been withdrawn) after US firm, CAMAC Energy had been granted acreage overlapping the Irish firms’ existing prospect. London-listed Clontarf’s share price fell from nearly £3 to less than 50p in the past year, mainly due to the confusion over the Ghana licence.
fenners66: Well this is one share that I can really see the point of capital markets and tradeable securities. There are a lot of shares where the day to day share price does not seemingly reflect fundamentals and where the directors can just get on with running their company and leave the market price movements to themselves. After all they have enough to worry about trying to make a profit rather than the day to day ups and downs of their stock prices. But the likes of this share are different. When a company has to keep issuing new shares to pay bills , pays bills with shares then the day to day ups and downs of the share price becomes a real worry no doubt. If you can't be sure you have a mandate to issue enough shares to pay your bills with (if share price crashes for instance) it must be quite worrying leaving even less time to run a business. Add to that the fact that you are running multiple businesses in differing fields all around the world and think of the difficulty. Now if only everyone was buying those shares and the share price was rising that would help I'm sure.......
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:// 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
soul limbo: the usual rose tinty view of things. Let's look at what happened to share prices of two companies that did something similar : Http:// 19 Sept 2013 company : NEW 5,462,244 shares issued "in settlement of adviser fees" share price then 1.5p share price now 0.66p Http:// 7 Nov 2011 company : KEFI 700,000 shares issued ...."issue was made to a Mining Engineering consultant in lieu of services rendered to the Company". share price then : 4p share price now : 1.92p ===================================== Ruthie 14 Jan'14 - 16:25 - 4948 of 4950 1 0 The alternative view is that brokers and NOMADs would hardly accept shares that they believe will go down in value. If a placing does take place it will hardly be below this price. ein 14 Jan'14 - 17:40 - 4949 of 4950 0 0 Rurhie, agree fully, I still rate it a strong buy?
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