Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Enquest LSE:ENQ London Ordinary Share GB00B635TG28 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.75p +1.91% 40.00p 39.50p 39.75p 40.00p 38.75p 39.50p 6,283,578.00 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 616.6 -910.1 -66.5 - 463.76

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/12/2016
15:08
NON OPEC meet in Vienna tomorrow. I wouldn't want to be short on Monday.
mreasygoing
09/12/2016
11:31
I still have ENQ1. By definition it is much less risky than the shares. The calculations are different too. Discounted NPV is not relevant, all that matters is whether the company can generate the cash to pay its debts. In my opinion the oil price is already high enough for that to be the case as future cost have come down sufficiently for the margin to be the same as it was when the company required 75 dollar oil.
hpcg
09/12/2016
09:55
I hold the bond as well. In a way it's a bet on the oil price. I've done very well out of investing in high yield corporate bonds and pref' shares since 2008. So far I've only had the coop go wrong and I still got most of my money back. The ENQ bond is a retail bond on ORB, my feeling is that it is in no one's interest for it to be allowed to tank with 100% loss. And ENQ is a big North Sea player, again efforts will be made to keep it afloat. Rob is absolutely right about the possible outcomes, my view is that the risk was considerably less than the price of the bond when I bought in.
salmonn1
09/12/2016
08:28
Steve...As I hold both, I should point out two things. The gross residual yield of ENQ1 to redemption is closer to 15% p.a. Currently as the bonds will (I hope!) be redeemed at 100p against a current price of 69p. Secondly, nothing is ever "guaranteed". What is guaranteed is that in 2022 we will get back our capital 100p plus 7%compound interest or absolutely nothing if the company goes bust or potentially something in between if there is another bail-in of the company or insolvency deal which the bond holders agree to in preference to nothing. I am optimistic (I bought back in on news of the likely change in strategy of OPEC) but I can see arguments for holding either or both. What do others think?
rob the slob
09/12/2016
02:36
ENQ1 retail bonds doing really well - up 4.2% yesterday... perhaps a few locking in recent gains here for a guaranteed 7% growth there... A bit too soon IMO - a further 50% gain likely here as many have suggested.
steve73
08/12/2016
22:11
So Dean, we waiting on an increase in volume and hop aboard... http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=chart_school:chart_analysis:chart_patterns:cup_with_handle_continuation
gh20468
08/12/2016
11:47
11% has bought. LolPlease say BUST for old times sake.
mreasygoing
08/12/2016
10:47
Must admit I've taken profits here. 30% in a week on a decently liquid stock too good to pass up. Will look to get back in, but I think it has to take a breather for a bit.
hpcg
08/12/2016
10:18
Steve738 Dec '16 - 04:02 - 2870 of 2878    0   0 W_G - LOL, left holding (some of) the baby there... ------------- I amm afraid W_G got shot by ADFN after a bit of an extreme post. ENQ could be ok, if the POO stays up over $ 50.
11_percent
08/12/2016
10:13
are you a chartist?
deanroberthunt
08/12/2016
10:06
Ok thought it might be
manonph
08/12/2016
10:01
2p is 10% of the cup depth retrace...for clarity
deanroberthunt
08/12/2016
10:00
yeah, must be the mulled wine! hic!?!
deanroberthunt
08/12/2016
09:59
I think that's 5 pct
manonph
08/12/2016
09:58
handle pullback...so far 2p (10%)
deanroberthunt
08/12/2016
07:10
anyways back to charting, as predicted yesterday it finished bang on the May close high of 40.25p to complete the bowl...now the handle, so expect a pullback, how much is unknown, usually between 10 and 30% of bowl depth, which is, err a 2p to 5p ish retrace....a breakout is around the depth of the bowl which is around 17-18p, so that 60p is the next stop should news and POO support it.....
deanroberthunt
08/12/2016
07:08
Didn't 11% say that Armada Kraken would sink....
deanroberthunt
08/12/2016
04:02
W_G - LOL, left holding (some of) the baby there...
steve73
08/12/2016
02:42
Steve, Are you still punting XEL.
11_percent
08/12/2016
01:46
Bumi's first FPSO was for Afren in west Africa (2006/7). Next one was for TGT for Soco in Vietnam (2011). Both were built on time and (AFAIK) pretty well built. Not sure what they've done since.
steve73
07/12/2016
23:32
Oh, hopefully they're not making it out of Lego.
mreasygoing
07/12/2016
23:10
No, they are useless, but cheap.
11_percent
07/12/2016
22:13
Have Bumi done any work regarding North Sea FPSO work before ? I can't find anything.
mreasygoing
07/12/2016
20:38
That is a very profound first post on this thread DayBreakers, LOL. Yes, we are well aware.
steelwatch
07/12/2016
20:24
Level of debt is in the billions $1.6bn
daybreakers
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