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|D1 Oils Daily Update: D1 Oils is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DOO. The last closing price for D1 Oils was 1.83p.|
D1 Oils has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 178,315,219 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of D1 Oils is £3,254,252.75.
|solarno lopez: Anybody any thoughts on the closing share price or opinions (sensible ones ) as to why it has closed higher.|
|solarno lopez: no change in share price no real purchases all this new info sounds iffyy|
|robson1974: LOL the paper offer from Mission New Energy is already worth about 20% less given their share price performance and imagine how much lower their shares could go if they issue a whole load more ?|
|kramch: So how does this ruling affect Myerson's requisitions to take control of the board?
Share price has not collapsed back into 5p range.
I am planning to go to the RGM on Monday, anyone else attending? K.|
|wcjan26: sorry- was a bit vague on my post! the gap has nearly closed now
interesting the premiums though:-
50% premium over 3 month average share price
65% premium over 6 month average share price
i guess a similar premium for DOO would imply a cash deal at 9-10p|
|spectoacc: The interesting part is:
"..In principle agreement that Mission will offer, subject, inter alia, to the completion of mutual confirmatory due diligence, new Mission shares representing approximately GBP16 million of value at Mission's prevailing share price at the date of a firm offer announcement."
So no need to check Mission's share price over the next month - whatever it is at the time of the firm offer will equate to £16.1m. So if Mission's shareholders don't like it, & sell them down tomorrow, DOO s/holders end up with more of the co.|
|substp: "The agreement further provides a subsidiary of Valero the right to
purchase up to 25% of Mission at A$0.45 per common share, representing a
61% premium to the current 30 day Volume Weighted Average Price.
Mission's share price closed at A$0.33 on 8 December 2009."
Hi I am back from China arrived at 0430am yesterday having gone to watch Lewis Hamilton win The GP.......bit like watching the DOO share price actually
Can't understand why the stock is half the brokers note particulalry when there is supposed to be a big buyer kicking around and The US is at an all time high
Mind you it took 3 weeks for the fall out to catch up with DOO when the crash happened so it may be two weeks before we see it pick up|
|ramnik007: The underwritters will support the share price in the near term. Will be interesting what happens after they stop supporting the share price I do not see why new investors would want to pay more than 165p. There is nothing of value add to look forward to in the next 6 - 12 months but high risk. I think DOO share price will be very volatile in the next 12 months as refining capacity is developed and likely delays occur with such projects.|
|david77: bountyhunter "yes saw doo has certainly dissapointed recently"
DOO share price has been disappointing but has the company disappointed? DOO share price is being tarred with BFC's brush.|
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