Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Empyrean LSE:EME London Ordinary Share GB00B09G2351 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.75p 3.50p 4.00p 3.75p 3.75p 3.75p 381,438 07:53:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -4.0 0.3 11.8 8.32

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Empyrean Daily Update: Empyrean is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EME. The last closing price for Empyrean was 3.75p.
Empyrean has a 4 week average price of 3.63p and a 12 week average price of 2.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 9p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.25p.
There are currently 221,833,853 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 400,242 shares. The market capitalisation of Empyrean is £8,318,769.49.
stewart4100: Zebbo,I thought that also, take existing market cap x 5 say £42M divided by new shares, only on phone so say 360M share price so share price 11.6p3.5p looks attractive doesn't it infact all the way to 11pIMHO just my view
maltby2002: Aber,Present short term movements in the share price are an irrelevance. It is all about what the seismic identifies and the follow up exploration that matters.Aim shareholders often buy on the hype and there should be plenty of that prior to the results of the seismic being made public and opportunities to reduce holdings and risk if that is what people want to do.I intend to take a day off work on the 4th to listen for myself to what the potential prospects are like down there in the South China Sea.The very best of luck to all long suffering EME shareholders. Back to the red wine!
thetoonarmy2: PB. it will against the average of your ordinary & B shares aggreated as B costs you nothing its the EME share price to average against.
2lb: WTI $38.3 The rise in oil over the past weeks and its stark contrast to the fall in the EME share price speaks volumes for the strategic brilliance of the BoD.
nickb: 30% off sheds at B&Q if that's any help. I cannot believe the EME share price it must have hit the bottom and I would have thought results should produce a bit of a rally. Good luck.
nickb: Abergele I don't tend to believe in efficient market theory more so on AIM so I view the daily share price that is advertised as always wrong in terms of the real value of the company. If that is correct why do 'investors' look at the daily share price which will affect badly how they feel if the price is only valid if they want to buy or sell at that given moment. An investor buys a share on say a 2 year view then watches the share price all day every day yet the exit is 2 years out. Let's say you invested in a private company there would be no real time price quotes just an occasional valuation. Now in EME's case very long term holders bought in a better AIM market environment and probably overpaid. We now find ourselves in a very bad AIM market and in a sector that is frankly terrible you just have to look at the destruction of once high flying oil shares, EME has done very well when put up against them due to a very high quality asset as we know. Our only problem is the Oil price and fear that we could fall into the 30's remove that and EME should fly into double figures. So to me EME is being weighed down with oil price fear and many market participants who buy oil shares being seriously hurt due to other oil companies. So we are stuck and it is the day's sellers who determin the price. All imho! Sorry long post!
tadtech: I can see no material reason for the share price drop from a operational or fiscal perspective. I listened in last night to the AGM proceedings and took a look at the accounts, EME are profitable. Now add to the mix recent nearby corporate actions that have read across values way above EME's current share price and the fact we know EME is a willing buyout target. The clue is the market makers were happy to take 1m shares (unheard of for EME) at prices between 7p/7.5p for most of the morning. It did not tempt many sellers. Even as the share price 'dropped' market makers were happy to take stock but it was nigh impossible to buy at times. This is not the case when a company has bad news about to hit the market. I now move to the possibility that news may have leaked. Normally RNS statements for the next business day tend to be lodged towards the close of business, in the case of EME the selling attack started around 1.30pm (midnight in Australia) so this potentially rules out a RNS lodge for Monday. I therefore conclude that we either have a distressed seller (very likely) or it is a co-ordinated 'attack' on the stock by an entity or entities who may be seeking to acquire the company. EME is rather a unique case because there appears to be a very firm private shareholder base who will not give up their shares easily. If it is an entity wishing to bid they need to accept they will have to pay the going rate which is north of 15p IMO.
nickb: Did you know that EME share price is 10x higher than CAZA
enamel: The EME shareholders base is strong and has held long term knowing that the share price is cheap. Obviously,investors are looking for a higher share price to enable them to exit at a profit. Many consider that this is most likely to happen as a result of a take over. However, a timely move by EME to take over another oil company wanting to release their shale assets are or are in need of a merger to assist with funding would put a rocket under the EME share price
the guardian: Nick, if history is anything to go by, there will be a significant lag between the rise in the price of oil and the recovery of not just the EME share price, but that of all oilers. Like you, I hope that something gives soon - preferably without it having to be down to terrorism or war in the Middle East.
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