Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Falk IS. Hldgs LSE:FKL London Ordinary Share GB00BD0CWJ91 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 191.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 38.6 3.9 25.4 7.5 23.20

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Falk IS. Hldgs Daily Update: Falk IS. Hldgs is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FKL. The last closing price for Falk IS. Hldgs was 191.50p.
Falk IS. Hldgs has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
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There are currently 12,115,737 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Falk IS. Hldgs is £23,201,636.36.
ch1ck: The share price is now linked to the pumping of oil by Rockhopper and the oil price has been rising along with small oil producers. Thats why the share is on a bit of a tear.Im expecting a rise of at least 50% from the lows. Look at the price of the oilers and this stock today and you will see most are up or static with the rest of the market down.This has always been a verry positive indicator for me.
ch1ck: I have been examining the results of the company again and they look healthy with steady income from all sides. The sale of the oil stocks last year now looks to be not such a bad move altho long term they may miss out but when production starts they will be in a unique situation.I happy to hold and accumulate at these levels with the driver of the share price linked to the pumping of oil in the Faulklands.The UK revenue streams bring a bit of balance and diversity into the the portfolio and will produce steady proffits.I see a steady rise in the share price this year with momentum building as the oil price rises.
ch1ck: We are seeing moves in the share price of the drillers in the area but this is yet to filter down to this stock. Its only a matter of time as this is seen as a great play for the infrastructure that will be required.No news yet from the directors on the direction they will take the company with the money that has been released.
weatherman: I hope to see directors buying at these levels....a cunning plan to hit the share price, then buy in. How committed are the directors to their own plan?
eburne1960: Written up today on shareprophets website, not I hasten to add by our old friend Chris: "For anyone who likes a flutter on the outcome of oil drills, all eyes will be on the Falkland Islands again this year. Given what has happened during previous drilling off of the Falklands, and the fact that the Erik Raude rig is now on the way for a prolonged campaign, I expect there to be a lot of hype in companies such as Rockhopper (RKH) and Falklands Oil and Gas (FOGL). There will be large swings in share price as excitement builds and share prices rise, followed buy even bigger rises should the drillbit find oil, or large falls if it doesn’t, and fortunes will be made and lost over the course of the campaign. But if you are looking for something a little bit lower risk, but which will still benefit hugely from any more oil discoveries, and even more so if and when they eventually come to production, Falkland Island Holdings (FKL) is well worth a look. The company has been around in one form or another since 1852 when it was established by Royal Charter, although only listed on the LSE in 1998 and moved to the AIM market in 2003, and despite its name also has operations in the UK. It owns the Falkland Islands Company, which provides a variety of services to the people living on the island and tourists - everything from travel through to insurance, for the 3,000 inhabitants and 42,000 tourists which visit annually. Obviously if oil production begins by the end of this decade, as is expected, then it would benefit hugely through these services that it provides due to the increased activity and visitors to the islands. Plus it has a 2.4% stake in Falklands Oil and Gas to directly benefit from any further discoveries, or eventual production. Back here in the UK it owns the Portsmouth Harbour Ferry Company, which runs a service between Gosport and Portsmouth, and produces a steady income. Plus a 100% holding in Momart, which handles the storage, installation and logistics of fine art. Currently shares in the company are trading at around 270p, the lowest that they have been all year, and giving it a market cap of around £33 million. But with only 12 million or so shares in issue liquidity is low, and there has been a seller recently. The most recent finances up to the end of September 2014 are nothing to get too excited about – with a turnover of a little over £18 million and pre-tax profit of £1.2 million (0.8% down on the previous year). But with current bank borrowings of £500,000 and longer term debts of just over £5 million, resulting in net financing costs for the 6 month period of £107,000, all looks good on that front given the company has £4.1 million in cash, and is also proposing to maintain an interim dividend of 4p. It also achieved record sales for the period for the Falkland Islands Company part of the business, up 25.5%, and making it the largest contributor to group revenue. This definitely isn’t a share to be worrying too much about the day-to-day price movements, and is one to take a very long term view on, during which time you could see good growth. There may also be chances along the way to cash in on any spikes created by the other companies drilling if they do find more commercial oil. It would be fairly easy to argue that based on earnings it still looks over-priced – although it is now close to its lowest price in five years and hit over 500p on the Sea Lion commercial find in 2010 – but with drilling so close I can’t see it dropping too much lower in the meantime."
ch1ck: Good balanced report out from the company today. This should firm up the share price.
whackford: Looks like a few more fingers likely to get burnt again here, unless taking a very long term view. According to last Sunday's Sunday Times (Danny Fortson), Premier looking to farm down which will delay Sea Lion further - first oil by 2020 if lucky - in which case no big spend until then by Falklands government. What if Premier unable to farm down? Also recent bad news at Portsmouth (BAe dockyard) could be adversely material for the ferry (300 workers live at Gosport according to local press). The share price has been blown up on back of Motley Fool tip. Probably will pay investors to wait for sub 350p within three months.
eburne1960: I think you've missed the point: FKL came to the market yonks ago as a result of a distribution to shareholders in Anglo United which had owned it; off the top of my head you got something like 1 FKL share for every 200 Anglo. The result was lots of holders of piddly amounts of FKL who would not sell as the commission would be more than the sales proceeds. So FKL consolidate the shares by a factor of 100, compulsorily wiping out holders of less than 100 shares. Then they subdivide the shares by 100. Result: no holders of piddly quantities of shares, and everyone else has what they had before.
tradesmarter: free stock charts from copy of my post to iii thought you may like a read Agreed for me I see around 320 stop area and short term resistance will be "blown away" by any signifcant discoveries .. 320 likely support if no significant immedaite discoveries.....ahead of news then T/A may give guidance for entry and exit opportunitites?....I'd say it's a good buy on a retrace after the press tip markups, but would expect 350 area to provide big buying support (best risk/reward case, would be entry near trendline and stops below 200 day)...anyway I've done a chart on probably a non-chartable stock when news comes! IC VIEW tips and ideas Falkland Islands Holdings PLC (uk:FKL) Speculative Low RISK . Bull points •Share price could double in a matter of months •Strong trading in core business •Downside limited to 20 per cent •Solid dividend track record Bear points •Falklands oil has a history of disappointment •The 'Malvinas' issue never far away With drilling scheduled to start imminently on one of the most exciting oil prospects in the Falkland Islands, a steady support services conglomerate that is celebrating its 160th anniversary, Falkland Island Holdings , looks like an interesting play for investors who want a low-risk gamble with the potential for huge returns. Throw in an excellent dividend record, and shares in Falkland are the ideal way to play the black gold rush on the South Atlantic islands. Oil and gas exploration in the Falkland Islands has always been a risky prospect due to the isolation of the location and the perilous drilling depths. Up until now, the story has been more damp squib than bonanza, with a lot of expensive muddy holes and only the Sea Lion discovery looking viable. But that's partly why Falkland's shares offer such a good opportunity. They come with an ultra-safe dividend, which currently yields 3.2 per cent, while shareholders wait patiently for a gusher. What's more, the waiting could soon be over. Falkland Island Holdings has a 4.4 per cent stake in Falkland Oil & Gas (FOGL). That may not sound like much, but the size of the potential discoveries in the waters off the Falkland Islands make it mouthwatering. FOGL is due to start drilling on two prospects in the East Falklands called Loligo and Scotia, where there are estimates of 4.7bn and 1.1bn barrels of oil equivalent respectively. Analysts at broker Merchant Securities think these prospects are substantially larger than elsewhere in the Falkland Islands and success at both wells will make FOGL worth 2,488p a share, 26 times its current level. That would make Falkland's interest worth £350m or 3,768p a share. Exploration is a tricky business, though, and Merchant's analysts put the chances of success at 21 per cent for Loligo and 17 per cent for Scotia. That reduces the possible value of Falkand's interests to 606p, still approaching twice the current share price. Besides, remove the FOGL holding - valued at £13.6m or 96p a share - from the balance sheet and that still leaves 226p a share in net assets, and analysts at broker WH Ireland reckon those assets are really worth 372p. That's because Falkland has some solid operations. Results for 2011-12 beat analysts' expectations, with a steady performance from the core retail business on the islands, despite poor weather and the continual effect of the 'Malvinas factor' that deters tourists from taking a cruise route via the Falklands. In the UK, the Portsmouth ferry operation was resilient. The star showing came from the Momart fine art logistics business, which benefited from the booming global art market to report a 81 per cent increase in underlying profits. SHARE TIP SUMMARY: Falkland Island Holdings presents a nice opportunity for those who want to play the region's oil boom but can't stomach the wild price swings that accompany oil exploration. True, the shares trade at a premium to the support services sector and, if no oil is found, the price is likely to fall to the sector average, but that only implies a drop of 20 per cent to around 280p. That makes them a low-cost option on oil discovery with limited downside. Buy. SHARES MAG ARTICLE Falkland Islands braced for oil and gas frenzy INVESTOR SPECULATION THAT Falkland Oil & Gas (FOGL:AIM) will make an imminent discovery at its Loligo prospect will have positive implications for 4.4% shareholder Falkland Islands Holdings (FKL:AIM). Buy the £33 million market cap conglomerate as a discovery will increase the investment's value and boost demand for its retail outlets, property portfolio and infrastructure services in the Falklands over time. Drilling is set to commence at Loligo in July, dependent on getting the rig from Borders & Southern (BOR:AIM) after its April discovery of gas condensate, a product which sells at a premium to Brent Crude oil. Rockhopper (RKH:AIM) has already made several discoveries on its Sea Lion complex in the Falklands. Assuming Falkland Oil & Gas can fi nd a strategic partner, production could start between 2016 and 2018. All this points to the near-term development of an oil and gas services industry, creating signifi ant opportunities for Falkland Island Holdings and its multiple interests in the region. The £33 million cap has planning permission to build 350 houses and last week (6 Jun) created a construction joint venture. Shares says: BUY Falkland Islands Holdings at 357.5p. No position(may enter soon) and as always dyor Regards T/s
mr hangman: C2B, I did not know long term investing is all about being diluted down.., How is this going to affect the progessive dividend policy ? what i want to know, is why have an open offer, the week Europe's ratings are being cut, would it not been beter to have waited until the markets are better/or another sniff/or oil hit in South Basin drilling, or RKH announcing their Global/Major partner, when the FKL share price would be alot higher. Let's face it they don't urgently need the proceeds, as a long term investor of over 14 years, i'm not happy. Hangers
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