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|Oil & Gas Producers
|Indus Gas Daily Update: Indus Gas is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INDI. The last closing price for Indus Gas was 487.50p.|
Indus Gas has a 4 week average price of 486.89p and a 12 week average price of 424.08p.
The 1 year high share price is 530p while the 1 year low share price is currently 100.25p.
There are currently 182,913,924 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,544 shares. The market capitalisation of Indus Gas is £896,278,227.60.
|keya5000: Don't think the share price would have gone up like that if it was VOG they are looking at!
Sorry temmujin but I think the whispers are in your head again.|
Arden note of 19 Jan 2011 is 'secured' and not copyable. Summary paragraph reads as follows:- ' We have recently returned from a site visit to Indus Gas's RJ-ON/6 block. We were left with a very favourable impression of the progress the company is making, and of how this has the potential to generate share price catalysts going forward. These include results from the company's upcoming frac testing, drilling and well testing programmes, and from SGL ramp up, expected later this year. These could all help to push the shares towards our 873p price target, and potentially augment this'.|
|networker: Has everyone now deserted this thread? It seems strange as INDI have recently done a £125m secondary placing ( from the majority shareholder ) at 650p and the share price continues to rise - helped no doubt by Arden's (house broker) current price target of 873p. This figure they say may be materially enhanced when the results of ongoing fraccing activities on SGL1 and SGL2 are known. Worth noting too that Lloyds have continued to increase their holding and now have over 12 per cent, worth a chunky £165m. This must be one of the least known and best performing shares on AIM, certainly amongst the £500m+ market cap companies. My personal price target currently is £10 but may be revised upwards in due course.|
|dibbs: Hi Par,
All a bit flat here for now but then again INDI has held on to the recent gains so it's not so bad! Looks like we need gas sales to get things moving.
I'm Still holding GKO and remain pretty happy with how things are going there. The share price has performed well enough, up from 120p ish to where we are now. I'd take that quite happily every year! Are you still in GKO?
Happy New Year
|dibbs: The recent strengthening of the share price continues. Results last year were on 16-12 so maybe just some speculative buying in advance. No complaints from me whatever the reason.
|msarwar014: execellent set of results.look forward to april next year.potential to double share price from here imop.|
|kayak: hoops, the reason that March Marconi is higher than the share price is that it is priced as a future, i.e. the quote you get includes (a) an adjustment for an interest charge from now to March and (b) an adjustment for any dividends. You pay interest on spread betting, it's just that it's included in the quote and not separate as with CFDs. Although the difference with the second quote does indeed sound like they adjusted it.
big Vern, I always write down time of each trade and name of dealer spoken to exactly for that reason.|
Indus Gas share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange