Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Equatorial LSE:EBF London Ordinary Share GB00B0R2RS53 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p - - - - - - - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

Equatorial Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/2/2010
21:00
Guys, I can't find anything re these shares listing. D Hamilton where are you getting your info mate? Confused!!!!!!!!!!
coco1966
26/2/2010
07:39
Under PAL now, palm inc
dhamilton
23/2/2010
18:02
Dhamilton - no i bought not long after the initial IPO. But good news is that seems to be definitley listing Friday - raising £6.5 million and will be valued at £14.3 million - announced today. So at last it is all go!!!!
mutley28
22/2/2010
19:15
Chaps, the re-listing is my primary concern as it has been put back and was expecting it today. If indeed it does re-list then I will be very very happy but will not bail out straight away. I like the story and there is a lot of investment going on in Liberia for Palm Oil. But first we just need to achieve the re-listing. I have waited over 4 years so can wait a bit longer on re-listing to see how the story unfolds.
mutley28
22/2/2010
14:36
Wait and see NELSON. After all this time, think I'd like a bit of a return!!!!!!
coco1966
22/2/2010
13:33
For me Nelson, buy more!
dhamilton
22/2/2010
13:29
What are you guys planning to do come friday?: 1) Sell-up as close to 17.5p as you can get, relieved to at least get some of your long-lost money back 2) Wait and see 3) throw more money at it because you like the story and think we've the opportunity to load up at a good price before the herd realises. I'm somewhere between 2 and 3, I think. By comparison, PALM had a quiet start, but took off well shortly after listing, and a think a previous poster hihglighted that we've got arguably better fundamentals.
nelson108
22/2/2010
13:12
just found out myslef, this friday
benson384
22/2/2010
12:32
It's now the 26th http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices-and-news/stocks/new-and-recent-issues/new-recent-issue-details.html?issueId=8445
dhamilton
22/2/2010
08:04
Just waiting
dhamilton
22/2/2010
07:53
Well, benson and dhamilton - any sign of these listing today????
mutley28
19/2/2010
12:44
I understand that they will re-list on 22nd at 17.5p
benson384
18/2/2010
20:06
Anyone got any more news? iii website says first day of dealings is 26th feb. Daily Express and FT.com had commentary on monday about EPO looking to raise money and being in final stages.
mutley28
14/2/2010
12:05
It is, sorry given the wrong info by some twit! now all cleared up.
dhamilton
13/2/2010
11:07
Morning all. So is this a definite - money raised and listing on 22nd? Is it def 17.p listing rather than 33???
mutley28
12/2/2010
14:32
Told by cornhill yesterday.They have extra stock if you want more. Just been told that's not right it is 17.5p float date 22nd
dhamilton
12/2/2010
10:19
Just read dhamilton's figure of 33p for floatation price and would enquire what makes him think that its 33p???
poodlefeatures
11/2/2010
17:11
I paid 3p at the very start
dhamilton
11/2/2010
16:31
Do you know it's been so long, I thought they were 2p? will check later! At least we have a chance of getting our money back
dhamilton
11/2/2010
16:03
Please forgive my ignorance, like many of you, I have been here since the Nardina days and following a drunken night out!!!! committed myself to over £3000 of their shares at what I believe was 5p per share (I might be wrong, it's been so long) I am a little confused over what potential of shares I will receive and if after all this time, it may have been a wise night out and not a drunken one as previously mentioned. Can anyone enlighten me?
coco1966
11/2/2010
12:12
Just found out there's been a Consolidation 10-1. will be foating at around 33p I have the company notes if any one wants them, I can email them?
dhamilton
11/2/2010
09:20
This is an amazing prospect they have a vast acreage of older plantations and land for new plantings which would be worth 8,000 times as much if in a traditional palm oil area such as Indonesia or Malaysia. The only difference is its in Liberia-a country which is now totally stable with 15,000 UN troops and a vast American diplomatic base. By October they will have the FIRST palm oil mill operational in Liberia since the unfortunate period of civil war (now long over) started over 20 years ago. Already various palm oil majors are starting to look to operate in Liberia as palm oil can only be produced in very limited areas of the world and the other areas are now all full-it can only be a matter of time before someone buys the company for 75p plus
poodlefeatures
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