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Tullow Oil Share Chat - TLW

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tullow Oil LSE:TLW London Ordinary Share GB0001500809 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.10 -2.98% 198.40 198.00 198.30 206.90 197.40 202.30 4,967,587 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1,420.5 -1,314.3 -109.7 - 1,808.54

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Eurozone spiralling into a deathly deflationary senariony boy
https://uk.news.yahoo.com/rate-cut-more-stimulus-store-051037990.html#3IK6N9k ECB getting the big guns out, hopefully chinese will follow suit.gregpeck7
"Mr $10 oil" is A. Gary Shilling: specifically, anticipating $10-20 based on the marginal cost of production in the Gulf, as explained here: A. Gary Shilling & Co. President Gary Shilling discusses where oil prices are headed next. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Betty Liu on “Bloomberg Markets.” http://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2015-10-13/how-low-will-oil-prices-go-shilling-s-call-10-20-per-barrel (Betty Liu looking pretty darn hot for a 40 year-old, another reason to watch.) A. Gary Shilling is president of A. Gary Shilling & Co., a New Jersey consultancy, and author of “The Age of Deleveraging: Investment Strategies for a Decade of Slow Growth and Deflation.” Some portfolios he manages invest in currencies and commodities. Shilling earned his master’s degree and doctorate in economics at Stanford University. While on the West Coast, he served on the staffs of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Bank of America. Before establishing his own firm in 1978, Shilling was senior vice president and chief economist of White, Weld & Co. Earlier, he set up the economics department at Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith at age 29, and served as the firm’s first chief economist. He has been cited repeatedly by the Wall Street Journal as one of the top bond-market analysts and stock forecasters. Twice, a poll of financial institutions conducted by Institutional Investor magazine ranked Shilling as Wall Street’s top economist. Futures magazine also ranked him the country’s No. 1 commodity trading adviser. And in 2003, MoneySense ranked him as the third best stock market forecaster, behind Warren Buffett.edmondj
The World is awash with oil, there is no global growth and all the dodgy Countrues are joining in pumping their crude once again onto the World market, crude could easily fall to below $30 and prices could be subdued for a long time, which will strangle Companies like this. The big players left will take all the worthwhile assets for pennies in the £. Then you will see a final bottom, sickening for many shareholders as they face virtual wipeout.ny boy
Afren was full of crooks, some of who should go to prison. That can't be said about Tullow, it has always been above board. Those latest rumours about it being another Afren are off course. I have to agree the bears are winning. Tullow was shorted down to under 160p and bounced back when those shorts were covered. That may happen again as we go into December, but the falls maybe more drastic. If you are sharp enough 24p, you could make a killing in time for Xmas.jacko07
afren failed because of corrupt directors and it was nigerian.look at EEL.wantmorethan24p
(Well worth a read)In his interesting article titled 'Why the oil price could be depressed for a generation' James Phillipps, extensively quotes Chris Taylor -head of research at fund group Neptune., who argues that investors are still failing to to appreciate the implications of fracking and the shale oil it produces. One one his statistics that struck a particular chord with me :- The slump in the gas price has exerted further pressure on the cost of oil. Historically,owing to oil's high calorific content, it was priced around eight times gas, but if this metric is used, then oil has much further to fall. "if gas is at $4, then oil should be be nearer $32, not $45 and gas is nearer $3". Not that long ago, I pointed out that investors should take note of falling gas prices, down circa 50% this year. On Friday, natural gas futures for delivery in January was at circa $2.25. IF, the above metric given by Taylor is valid, the the price of oil is in for a hard time, which only a major cut in production will cure. The question, is will oil producers take the medicine?azalea
If oil falls to anything like $30 be or less, Tullow will be a penny stock. Another unlikely to survive. Dead cat bounces all the way down, big players left won't bother bidding, they will just pick up any worthwhile assets from the receivers. Shareholder wipe out, bit like Afren when it was 200p and falling, now worthless.ny boy
wantmorethan24p...24p lol thats about what you will have left if you plan on getting rich from TLW. lonrho..the report is genuine and was broadcast recently on bloomberg.jacko07
well according to the OPEC november 2015 monthly bulletin demand growth for 2016 is 1.25 million barrels per day and call on OPEC crude rises from 29.6 million barrels per day in 2015 to 30.8 million barrels per day in 2016. I would be interested where you get your 2017 OPEC projections from as they have only updated to the end of 2016 and which analysts are forecasting $10 oil.lonrho
Rumours of a takeover are just wishful thinking or ramping from the many stuck fast in TLW. Top analysts forecast oil down as low as $10 a barrel. When that happens TLW will be below 100p and falling. The reason is that while supply climbs, demand is weakening. OPEC forecasts demand for its oil at a 14-year low of 28.2 million barrels a day in 2017, 600,000 less than its forecast a year ago and down from current output of 30.7 million. There is money to made in TLW options, but it is risky as are most options. I wouldn't be betting my shirt on TLW.jacko07
roll on next week.wantmorethan24p
not a good day today if you own tullow oil :((wantmorethan24p
Davy’s valuation for Tullow is 438p per sharedlku
rumours doing the rounds possible bid for tullow around £3.25p most likely false.nicky21
Yes, but only on THEIR view of oil prices 2 years out!!!!albo
Adversely impacts the balance sheets of both companies, not good.heliweli
https://www.davy.ie/research/public/morningEquityBriefing.htmRevising Premier Oil and Tullow Oil forecasts for lower oil price estimatesWe are updating our Premier Oil and Tullow Oil forecasts for our new Brent oil price assumptions. We now forecast that Brent averages $55/barrel in 2016 (previously $70) and $70 in 2017 (previously $80). This adversely impacts the balance sheet of both companieslbo
They ain't gonna cut productionspirito
Opec Dec 4th lots of volatility ahead. Thinking of waiting it outleoneobull
i want £4+ for tullow and £2 for PMO if biddlku
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