Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Oracle Coal LSE:ORCP London Ordinary Share GB00B23JN426 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.90p 2.80p 3.00p 2.90p 2.90p 2.90p 1,403,033.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.0 -0.1 - 26.44

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07/12/2016
08:20
Oracle Coal Daily Update: Oracle Coal is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ORCP. The last closing price for Oracle Coal was 2.90p.
Oracle Coal has a 4 week average price of 2.69p and a 12 week average price of 2.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.80p.
There are currently 911,783,126 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 489,793 shares. The market capitalisation of Oracle Coal is £26,441,710.65.
12/10/2015
08:44
armagan: The update says ORCP will own 90% of the equity to the power station, previously we were told ORCP would only be a minority stake holder in the power company of maybe 10-15%? We appear to have taken ownership of this power station (on top of ownership of the mine). But no movement in the share price.
06/1/2015
10:43
warwick69: yes AIM is a cesspit now no place for any long term hold as MM and DMA traders can play till their hearts content on manipulating the share price to wherever they desire? all spikes are naked shorted by the MM who probably create the size of said spikes anyway they know most day traders will want out inside half an hour so they just mark it back down until position squared... I would love to be able to raise a few million quid and start an MM business in AIM need no company knowledge just big balls and a bit of capital and play the wide spread a complete and utter rip off high time all trades were without MM involvement all via Brokers on matched trade with all parties having DMA so it is a matter of choice if you give up the spread which would tighten on no MM involvement?
19/12/2014
09:12
bubble pricker: Market cap now 1.46m. Given the company has nothing but a board with a bunch of expensive muppets, the market cap will gravitate towards the cost of an AIM listing, i.e. 500k. That translates to a share price of around 0.1. A hope premium of some sorts will probably remain, so the share price should drop to and linger at 0.2p for the foreseeable future.
26/5/2014
18:34
tenapen: Thanks hopeless, Lets hope they take out Oracle. A cheap Chinese T/O would be the final poke-in-the-eye for Khan, who famously would not promote the company for fear of 'a cheap Chinese T/O'. From memory the share price at the time was 8p now 1.7p LOL . They can have my shares for 10p.
17/4/2014
07:52
bubble pricker: "Oracle looks to final investment decision on the project in its entirety towards the end of 2014." Aside from the fact that this is grammatical nonsense, what it means is that the Chinese investors haven't actually made any decision to invest yet. So the "Joint Development Agreement" with China CAMC Engineering Co Ltd is nothing. It does not oblige CCE to do anything, and so it is not a "Joint Development Agreemen" but at best a non binding MoU. So, clearly the RNS statement at the time (which created a big spike in the share price) is borderline fraudulent.
26/9/2013
11:28
bubble pricker: eacn, I cannot see Khan or ORCP "managing" the share price to 10p. The relatively muted reaction of the market to a signed joint development agreement is case in point. It becomes a chicken and egg question. Who will buy shares in the market now (the only way the share price can rise) when everybody knows massive dilution is coming?
24/9/2013
12:45
deanmatlazin: I think this will be big as Asia Energy 10 years ago! The reason the share Price was low for years because of funding issues. It has now been sorted. No dilution to share price and this has to be at least £100m market cap. I cant believe people still not realised how big this is going to be.
28/5/2012
08:08
bubble pricker: Purdue, you are talking out of your bottom. There was a placing at 3p in October 2010 when ORCP was trading on PLUS. The placing was near the market price, and the shares traded around 3p for some time after the placing, so anyone who wanted to could also buy the shares at 3p. Also, the placing was not for just a "lucky few". In 2010, ORCP was struggling to raise money, and every £ in the placing was welcome, which I why retail investors were allowed in. However, you do have to build contacts and a network to be invited to private placements, generally speaking. The current share price is not "derisory". Using such a word shows you fail to understand ho markets work. The share price is that discovered by the market, by supply and demand, based on the information available today. The reason the ORCP share price is depressed is because Khan has consistently failed to deliver.
24/1/2012
12:32
bubble pricker: Good morning all. I see the ORCP share price seems to have finally bottomed out somewhat. At least for now. I look forward to the Proactive Investor presentation where I will be asking some uncomfortable questions, like "Where is the DFS?", "Why aren;t you updating your website for months?" and "Don't you think it would be useful to communicate more and better with shareholders?". By the way, whatever happened to "warmmilkybiscuit"?
31/12/2011
17:42
tenapen: dan, again you twist things. Where did i say you had destroyed the orcp share price ?.
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