Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sirius Petroleum LSE:SRSP London Ordinary Share GB00B03VVN93 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.775p 0.75p 0.80p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -4.1 -0.3 - 17.50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/2/2017
06:45
If the Doc is correct about the rinse and repeat activity which I am sure he is, then the perpetrators need to watch out. They have been trading on inside information and we all know what that leads to, now don't we chaps
solarno lopez
22/2/2017
22:54
All I know is I'm still well down and I'd really like to know when I'll be up SO GET A MOVE ON.
twentysixpointtwo
22/2/2017
22:42
£500k down instead of £630k up, so £1.13M out of pocket for the 59.3M shares.
carc
22/2/2017
22:39
Jeez, all these figures being bandied around. Where does £1.3m come from?
dr rosso
22/2/2017
22:36
Edit: £1.13M and 1.9p per share.
carc
22/2/2017
22:35
59.3M shares for £1.3M, does that mean the BOD see fair value at a minimum of 2.19p per share?
carc
22/2/2017
22:29
Issued 66.7M shares to raise the £500,000 @ 0.75p.126M - 66.7M = 59.3M shares saved.So we're out of pocket £500k to save the 59.3M instead of + £630k to live with that extra amount? Shares in issue more important? Or just getting shares into the right hands...
carc
22/2/2017
22:15
If the subscription shares are paid for, issued and admitted to AIM by (or on) 27th February, does that mean that they would be free to issue an RNS on 28th February or 1st March?
vatnabrekk
22/2/2017
22:11
firm commitments have been received from new and existing shareholders in respect of subscriptions, in aggregate, for 266,666,666 new ordinary shares at a price of 0.75 pence per ordinary share (the "Subscriptions" and the "Subscription Shares") to raise gross proceeds of £2 million. The Company has also agreed to issue to 3,333,333 new ordinary shares at 0.75 pence in settlement of fees ("Fee Shares"). Following the issue of the Subscription Shares, the Company will have 2,528,029,522 ordinary shares of 0.25 pence each in issue. No ordinary shares are held in treasury. Ok, so let's look back at the previous rns in Jan. "on, or around, 31 January 2017. Following the issue of the new Ordinary Shares, the Company will have 2,272,029,523 ordinary shares of 0.25 pence each in issue." 2,272,029,523 Add 266,666,666 Add 3,333,333 New total 2,542,029,522 However, "Following the issue of the Subscription Shares, the Company will have 2,528,029,522", in which case only 250m shares have been added. If we just take into account the 266,666,666, the new total would be 2,538,029,522 (still 10m out, and why aren't the 3,333,333 counted in?) Office junior needs to go get himself a calculator that works.
dr rosso
22/2/2017
22:02
If at .50 59 mill more shares
toolsmoker
22/2/2017
22:02
They done at .75 so saved the 59 million more dilution rosso
toolsmoker
22/2/2017
21:49
"This could have had the effect of the issue of 126 million new ordinary shares being issued at 0.5p per share. The Company has agreed with Calvet for the cancellation of the Loan by way of a payment of £500,000 which has the result of reducing dilution by 59.3 million shares." Anyone able to explain that last bit... where does 59.3m come from?
dr rosso
22/2/2017
21:23
I thought I'd post a passing comment... On the 12th of Sept 2014 bobo made a comment about 'our funding partners'. Srsp have no problem raising cash (unless used as an excuse) and seem to use the same sources. The references to 'new and existing shareholders' has been incorporated into six rns's now. Let's hypothesise here and suggest that half the shares issued under this term goes to 'existing shareholders'...so of the 900m issued under this term half goes to 'existing shareholders'....that's about 20% of the company going to 'existing shareholders '.... the reason they are called 'existing shareholders' is because by their very nature are 'existing shareholders' and we don't know what percentage they held to start with....the point being, that if the 'existing shareholders' to whom the share have been issued were to 'concert' themselves...we could be taken over by the back door. SRSP have about 1.3bn shares left 'in the tank' and held in reserve'...that just about enough to fend off any unwelcome hostile predators. With ref to DR's post above, SRSP have just raised £2m via a share issue at 0.75p, the 5m was 'dumped at 0.76p......I can't see him getting back in under the $2m issue price.
htrocka2
22/2/2017
21:14
Dr Rosso tells it like it is.
6cer
22/2/2017
20:48
thanks dr rosso you sum up my point in a better way. by reading your last posr who says the sledge hammer and nut approach does not work. i was being polite when i made my point about share antics earlier. this bb would be a lot poorer without you rosso
deadly nightshade
22/2/2017
19:56
Bunch of con-artists playing out their devious games. They know damn well that the major news isn't due for a few days, so can merrily forward dump 5m into a lightly pumped sp, picking up a bonus 1m for their troubles for the same money via the placing. Welcome to AIM. Don't get sucked in on these rinses.The sooner this venture becomes a Sour and Sweet takeaway the better.
dr rosso
22/2/2017
18:41
Deadly- do you really need an answer!
1sonic
22/2/2017
17:53
Why these big sells keep happening i am thinking we still have a lot further to go before we hear anything. Who would dump 5 million shares of a company that suppose to be on the verge of big things??? just when you get a bit of good news the dumping happens to keep the share price down
deadly nightshade
22/2/2017
17:36
The afternoon buying absorbed the suspected 5M sell.
cornishtrader1000
22/2/2017
16:51
Alternatively...the bod might believe poo is headed for $70.
x1000
22/2/2017
16:48
If they pay £50M for Oscar and maybe £1M a week to Rooney, I don't think they would grumble paying £1.4B if our pipeline exists and has plenty of gas and oil for 20yrs +.
cornishtrader1000
22/2/2017
16:44
certainly posible
solarno lopez
22/2/2017
16:38
Solarno.....the bod are shrewd and know there is a risk that poo could head back towards $30.......an incentive for sell off sooner rather than later ?
x1000
22/2/2017
16:33
x1000 I was simply illustrating the interest that Chinese companies have in overseas oil and gas assets How many times has the thought of a Chinese takeout of SRSP been mentioned on this site, many times and the fact that Zhenua has taken the Chevron assets reinforces the idea
solarno lopez
22/2/2017
16:25
Wishful thinking... $2 billion for SRSP = £1.6 billion = 40p per share if 4 billion shares
x1000
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