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Daisy Grp LSE:DAY London Ordinary Share GB00B61G9L20 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 185.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 352.7 -24.4 -6.1 - 494.87

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07/4/2016
14:18
noirua: Yes, going well at NMG and we may see some gyrating in the share price with speculators piling in with gold assays to come and more talk about where they will get diggers, shovellers, and lorries from to take the ore 7Km to 10Km to be processed. The chart shows 0.2p, 0.45p and 0.7p as sticking points as the shares rise. 575 Regent Pacific. On paper I'm showing a 120% profit or £15k but cant sell until TDD (TDW) transfer the shares from certificates to Hong Kong tradeable. When that happens every man and very many dogs will have lorry loads to dump, annoying. LSH Leader Smart Holding based in Hong Kong. A private company with ongoing Arbitration in Guangzhou. Asset value is between 6p and 8p a share. Cant sell but worth up to £400k, very very annoying. In reality worth about half that so we must see if it's all smoke and mirrors or not.
06/4/2016
13:54
noirua: Yep! CAZA has been a disaster and I thought 5p would be a comfortable floor. These debts that always concerned me if profits failed to pass muster, in fact have near brought down the company. Going private can be a time to clamber into a stock providing 3 to 5 years is an easy wait. Jupiter Mines, formerly ASX:JMS, have been private for nearly two years and one director did say, 4 months ago, that he dare not think where the share price might be now. How could they sell half their assets for $100 million with market cap at $25 million and no debt. CAZA are a good company and only the ruination oil price floored them.
24/2/2016
11:31
noirua: Added more PLE Plethora Solutions at 3.6p, rounds up to just 100k shares - only a small punt. At HK$0.07 Regent Pacific share price this indicates a price of about 10p a share compared to the trading range of PLE at 3.25p - 3.75p ( true range as of posting 3.45p - 3.6p/3.65p ). Under the terms of the Merger, holders will be issued with 15.7076 new Regent Pacific shares in exchange for each Plethora Solutions share held. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/FX/GBPHKD/share-chart TW expects bid to go through and EK has a stake.
27/1/2016
11:47
noirua: Added more shares in White Energy Limited ASX:WEC at 11c a share. Now at a market cap of just A$33m with a court claim in Singapore at A$1.1 billion - a gamble of course and yet another cheapish punt. Added more shares in Noricum NMG at 0.09p, just under 1 million shares. Another worthy punt on diamond drilling underway in Bolnisi, Georgia with Walchem, Austria to follow. Not so much a punt on drilling results but whether all this will come off for micro-minnow NMG. A gamble more on whether value in Bolnisi and Walchem becomes added to the share price - a possible rare 100 bagger here if all goes well and gold and metal prices recover. One for the have-a-go brigade.
06/3/2012
18:45
smellberg: European stocks registered their largest losses of 2012 as investors continued to fret about the global growth outlook, while there was also escalating nervousness ahead of the Greek debt swap and how willingly private creditors would participate in the deal by the March 8 deadline. The Stoxx Europe 600 index slumped 2.7% to 258.46. This was the biggest percentage fall since November 2011 and of 2012 to date. In the year to date, the Stoxx 600 index has rallied 5.7% largely on the European Central Bank's two long-term refinancing operations, which pumped liquidity into the market. "Liquidity measures have reduced but not removed tail risks," warned Bill O'Neill, chief investment officer, EMEA, at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management. Other indexes also posted their biggest declines for this year. The U.K.'s FTSE 100 closed 1.9% lower at 5765.80, Germany's DAX fell 3.4% to 6633.11 and France's CAC-40 closed down 3.6% at 3362.56. At the close of European equity markets, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was 1.2% lower, the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index was down 1.3% and Kraft was the only Dow stock trading higher. European economic data did little to help sentiment. Euro-zone gross domestic product for the fourth quarter was confirmed to have fallen 0.3%. Exports slid 0.4% on the quarter, the first drop since the second quarter of 2009. "All in all, a very poor report" said Annalisa Piazza, an economist at Newedge. "Activity is very weak across all the main European monetary union countries, with France being the only economy that has been spared from a quarterly contraction." The data added fuel to worries about global growth. On Monday, China cut its economic growth target to 7.5% for 2012, after eight straight years of keeping it at 8.0%. In addition, the euro-zone composite purchasing managers' index for February showed a contraction, coming in at 49.3. As a result, cyclical stocks were the worst hit on Tuesday, as they are closely linked to the health of the world economy. The Stoxx Europe 600 autos & parts index fell 4.9%, the basic resources index slipped 2.6% and the banks index dropped 4.2%. Meanwhile, investors were getting nervous ahead of Thursday's deadline for private creditors to decide if they will participate in the critical Greek debt-restructuring deal. As part of the deal, private creditors would have to write off 53.5% of Greek government debt they own. Greece is optimistic it will achieve a 75%-80% participation in the bond swap, according to reports, but this falls short of the 90% needed to avoid the activation of collective action clauses, which would rope in any outstanding unwilling investors. As concerns escalated, government bond yields from the "periphery" of the euro zone climbed. Portugal's 10-year government bond yield was up 0.103 percentage point at 13.469% by 1645 GMT. In Tuesday's corporate news, Peugeot Citroen shares slumped 3.5% after the company announced a capital increase as part of its broad alliance with General Motors. Peugeot plans to raise about EUR1 billion ($1.32 billion) from the sale of new shares at a 41% discount to the weighted average of Monday's share price. German utility RWE was unable to hold on to gains and closed down 0.1%. However, analysts noted its more positive outlook for 2012 and 2013, which offset sharply lower earnings for 2011. In currency markets, the euro came under pressure against the dollar on concerns regarding the Greek private-sector involvement deal. At 1650 GMT, the euro was down 0.8% versus the dollar at $1.3116. Concerns regarding the global economy also hurt crude prices. China is the second-biggest oil consumer behind the U.S., so the cut in the country's growth forecast isn't good news for demand. Light, sweet crude for April delivery was down $1.54, or 1.4%, at $105.18 on the New York Mercantile Exchange by the close of European equity markets. Most actively traded gold for April delivery on the Comex division of Nymex was $31.90 lower per troy ounce, or down 1.9%, at $1,672.00.
13/7/2011
23:57
dudishes: G'day, Very quiet here at the mo? At least some good news for the Tour followers (and it's increasing), the Boy did the bizz at the TdF today. Very mature reaction to being pipped last sprint. This guy should be adopted by the Mercx family, probably has been! Got the bug, already committed to attending stages 13 & 14, added stage 15 finish (hopefully another Mark win). Think Green! Mkts: Stuck with RKH as Index short term moves much more enticing, made a few bear raids DJ & HK33. +342 HK33, DJ, just a few, closed too early. However, think my bank raid could be a bummer (HSBA). Biggest regret, friends were shorting BSKYB, shouted at me to get in. Declined due to lack of monitoring. Missed opportunity but discipline intact. Obviously I do not have all the woggle/goggle travelling share price data devices, besides, I'd be really wobbly on me bike if I was to use a mobile! Hoping that Dex is on his hols and not deserted on an Island somewhere? cheers
19/4/2011
12:23
miata: From FTalpha FOGL is at the edge of high risk/high reward opportunities but the upside case is attractive. We calculate a revised Core + Risked value of 959p/share based upon the new share count and undated resource estimates. Unrisked this rises to 9591p vs a current share price of 81p!
14/4/2011
03:09
farnham: What really took my interest in SOLO was its Africa interest,yesterday (not African)was an unexpected bonus that could help exploration costs.The big news is to come later in year in the year. # Proactive Investors Wednesday, 13 April 2011 (4 hours ago) Solo Oil's (LON:SOLO) share price was flying today and increased well over 100 per cent on results from the Ausable#5 well in Ontario, which showed it had a "high probability" of being productive. As at noon the stock was changing hands at 0.98 pence - up 113.04% on yesterday's close. The well in Canada was completed last month by the firm's JV partner Reef Resources, and the results showed over 70 metres of net hydrocarbon pay. Further analysis of the core is planned and the well will be completed as a production well. Results of the production tests and the full analysis of the cores will be announced once available. Craig Howie from broker Shore Capital described today's news as "very encouraging" adding that the partners appeared confident that the Ausable #5 well will become a commercial producer and provide more material production rates from the Ausable field. "We also look forward to results from remedial work on Ausable #2, which provides the potential for additional short term newsflow," said the analyst. "Beyond this, later in 2011, we expect Ruvuma-2 in Tanzania to provide high impact excitement in an area which is attracting high levels of industry interest." In today's statement, Reef Resources said that analysis of the Ausable #5 well was now complete and that logs showed 72 metres net pay of oil, natural gas liquids (NGL's) and natural gas in the Guelph and A2 formations. Evidence of hydrocarbons was shown on core and logs throughout the Guelph formation, it said, with analysis on Guelph indicating that the net oil and gas liquids pay zone is 57 metres with porosity averaging 9.7%. Additionally, the shallower A2 formation was identified as a potential gas producer with net pay of 15 meters and 7% porosity. Arnie Hansen, Reef president said: "The Ausable #5 well has exceeded our expectations. "The log and core results confirm the notion the Ausable reef is an underutilized and undervalued asset. Findings on the Ausable #5 well confirm the Company logic to accelerate the Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) and Natural Gas Liquids program". The Ausable reef is currently on production and is generating revenue from the initial Enhanced Oil Recovery Natural Gas Liquids Recycling program which began in the fourth quarter of 2010. Neil Ritson, executive director of Solo, said: "These results, with over 70 metres of net hydrocarbon pay, are extremely encouraging and the Ausable #5 well has a high probability of being productive. He added "The well, financed by Solo's participating loan, adds further encouragement that the EOR scheme will be commercially successful." Last year Solo confirmed that it was also a full party to the Ruvuma joint operating agreement over the Lindi and Mtwara blocks in Tanzania, Africa alongside Tullow Oil (LON:TLWext) and Aminex (LON:AEXext).
02/2/2011
13:39
farnham: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2011 Rockhopper tension builds I haven't posted much on North Falklands basin oil explorer Rockhopper this week despite buying a few spread bets over the last week or so. Most of the rumours coming out of the "pub in Port Stanley" brigade don't seem to hold any credence and after all the nonsense relating to Desire Petroleum and the huge swings in share price purely on a couple of bulletin board posts I'm taking everything with a big "pinch of salt". Unlike other Falkland Oil drillers, Rockhopper isn't a complete shot in the dark i.e. not a binary bet of betting on exploration success. Goldman have RKH as a conviction buy with a 12 month target gives so the current £3.68 share price, because of the the Sea Lion discovery with its 200 million barrel reserves. This offers downside protection to any failure on the current well drill. If the 14/10-3 well has a positive hydrocarbon result this will be transformational for Rockhopper. The new well is around 8km from the Sea Lion discovery, and oil will confirm the geology of the oil structure in the North Falklands basin. It is likely in this event that recoverable reserves could be closer to 1 billion barrels not 200 million. This would make it an exceptional commercial opportunity and move the share price many multiples higher. So in summary I like Rockhopper's risk/reward ratio because £3.68 is protected on the downside by 200 million barrels of oil and the upside is £10-20. This is different from Desire for this key reason, the company already has oil and plenty of cash in the bank for additional wells and seismics if 14/10-3 fails. I believe a buy below £4 with news expected any day now, is not foolhardy by any means and not a roulette wheel gamble. I understand the caution after a lot of smaller investors lost buckets of money on Desire Petroleum, but we have a different much sharper animal here! Good luck all holders, I'm glued to the RNS screen.
26/11/2010
07:09
farnham: By Rowena Mason 6:45AM GMT 26 Nov 2010 Comments The company said it had received approaches from a "number of suitors", having effectively put itself up for sale by announcing a strategic review. Regal's share price has been hammered by Ukraine's suspension of its licences on environmental grounds. It has also suffered technical problems at the wells, meaning it has extracted less gas than it had hoped. Market sources said potential bidders were likely to include companies that could help it resolve these issues. These could including domestic Ukrainian companies or those with a big presence in the area, such as JKX Oil, a FTSE 250 explorer. TNK-BP and Lukoil are also looking to expand their presences in the region and have the relevant technical expertise. Related Articles BP victims won't be allowed to sue if they accept payout 24 Nov 2010 Report criticises BP's response to Gulf of Mexico oil spill 23 Nov 2010 3i sells oil services firm RBG for £200m 15 Nov 2010 Oil now within cents of $90 per barrel 11 Nov 2010 Why commodities are soaring in price 11 Nov 2010 Glaxo eyes up Human Genome Sciences26 Nov 2010 Before the approach, Regal's market capitalisation of £31m was lower than its cash position in September this year. However, on Thursday, the company rose 5¾ to 18¼p on news of the interest, with Merrill Lynch and Strand Hanson acting as advisers. The price is still far off the high of 292p seen in June 2008, when excitement about Regal's Eastern European prospects saw Royal Dutch Shell considering a $1.2bn (£760m) bid. Regal, formerly chaired by colourful businessman Frank Timis, has managed to escape its controversial past, when its share price crashed 86pc in one day on disappointing drilling results in 2005. This led to a £600,000 fine last year from the London Stock Exchange for "systematic" breaches of rules involving misleading statements. However, Regal has been dogged by political uncertainty in Ukraine. A spate of oil majors, including Total, ExxonMobil and Shell tried to invest in the country, but Western companies have largely withdrawn – except for JKX, Regal and Cadogan. Now 97pc of Ukraine's gas is produced by Naftogaz, the state giant.
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