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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amedeo Res LSE:AMED London Ordinary Share GB00BZ0XVY42 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% 3.50p 2.00p 5.00p - - - 0 05:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.1 -0.2 -0.7 - 1.14

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/12/2018
14:59
Cancellation Resolution is passed at the General Meeting, it is proposed that the last day of trading in Ordinary Shares on AIM will be 28 December 2018 and that the Cancellation will take effect at 7.00 a.m. on 31 December 2018. The principal effects of the Cancellation will be that:  there will be no formal market mechanism enabling the Shareholders to trade Ordinary Shares and no other recognised market or trading facility is intended to be put in place to facilitate the trading of the Ordinary Shares. Good luck all shareholders HOLDING from 2019
knicol46
17/12/2018
14:49
RNS out - game over -
tomboyb
17/12/2018
14:47
What's the odds the rig is sold early in the new year!
leetomma
17/12/2018
12:22
RNS expected around 3pm - results of GM if voted against expect a price rally
knicol46
11/12/2018
09:53
Email AMED see if they would consider a NEX listing. Cheaper than AIM - probably 2 or 3 years paid for the cost of 1 on AIM. I have emailed AMED - but no response
knicol46
04/12/2018
14:21
There is not a cat in hell's chance of 75% not being met.
leetomma
04/12/2018
13:50
Qatar Investment Corp own 61.1% of the shares. Plus Mena Offshore Investments own 9.2%, Global Tech Investments own 5.3% and Dune Engineering own 5.2%. If they all vote yes to delisting that's 80.9%. That's more than 75%! Qatar will definitely vote yes with their 61.1%. What about Mena Offshore, Global Tech & Dune Engineering? I definitely wouldn't buy AMED in the hope that delisting can be stopped; far too big a risk to my mind. There are some brave souls out there. PS. Shorts closing their positions today?
papillon
03/12/2018
22:08
Explorer I rig must surely be selling very soon. This would generate extra cash to AMED and raise the market value considerably. As there was $2.8m cash in the pot, spending £100k a year to keep an AIM listing - well we can afford it. Works out at around 0.003p per share holder a year. It would allow investors to at least buy/sell upon the rig sale (AMED main event) instead of allowing the directors to do as they please with shareholders having no control in their asset. Personally will vote NO to delisting but happy to allow the nominal price reduce if AMED ever needed to raise cash. Thy fine for cash as at last report.
knicol46
03/12/2018
19:30
Do you not think that 75% required in the vote will be a given? Surely the biggest shareholders are all agreed on this action? Am I being stupid, please tell me if I am as I would like this co to remain listed but can't see how!
leetomma
03/12/2018
10:43
currently no quote to buy. If the majority shareholder voted against delisting from AIM will be interesting day
knicol46
03/12/2018
10:36
Not possible to buy many, at present. As for the delisting, who knows which will be the outcome. Stay or delist. Will be a recovery in sp, on stay, I expect
davethechef
29/11/2018
08:00
Amed still have robust cash position & various assets, inc the stake in the offshore yard, which cotinues to gain increased activity, in preparation, i've read & posted links, to take-on multi-million £ LNG vessel builds, with YZJ's recent JV with Japan's Mitsui's E & S. Huge developments, in the background. If the voting at the GM on the 17th, is primarily NO to delisting, we continue trading on AIM.
davethechef
28/11/2018
20:15
If the management had made an decent PR effort on their assets, and maybe sold their disappointing MGR Resources & Copper Mine & successfully re-invested; and the rig had been sold by their offshore partners, we'd have been traded well & gained some 'traction' by now. Their new brokers haven't maybe aided. Poor communication by management to their PI's. The offshore yard, as I've posted many times, may in time see huge potential, supported by Yangzijiang Shipbuilding. It's all very messy & seemingly 'underhand' tactics going-on.
davethechef
28/11/2018
18:24
AMRISHBHIM - The sheriffs of aim are making money out of the system... rinse and repeat!
targatarga
28/11/2018
12:33
Thats the last time I listen to Professor Pettigrew !
chinese investor
28/11/2018
12:27
DaveTheChef & howdlep. You got this share completely wrong. I hope your uncritical bullishness of AMED over the years hasn't cost you too much money.
papillon
28/11/2018
09:07
The point regarding liquidity can be fair, but in terms of the share price versus the NAV maybe they could have been out communicating to the market.
leetomma
28/11/2018
08:58
shocked at todays news: AMED to be cancelled from AIM until something happens. You will still hold your shares, just unable to trade on any recognised market. SELL or hold for any future development.. 'It is estimated that Cancellation will reduce the Company's recurring administrative costs by at least £100,000 per annum, and these sums can be better spent growing the business.'
knicol46
18/11/2018
21:33
Recent dbs report, Taken from below link, LNG comming to our offshore yard?: 'While market has placed much focus on Yangzijiang’s order win momentum, we opine that this is less critical given that the yard is full for the next two years. We believe the key re-rating catalysts are Yangzijiang’s successful strategic positioning to expand into LNG carrier and tanker markets and overall shipping and shipbuilding recovery leading to margin improvements.' hxxps://www.dbs.com.sg/treasures/aics/templatedata/article/equity/data/en/DBSV/012014/YZJSGD_SP.xml From below link ; Insitutional Funds buying up YZJ discretly, in anticipation of LNG vessels, hxxp://www.sharejunction.com/sharejunction/listMessage.htm?topicId=5329&msgbdName=YZJ%20Shipbldg%20SGD&topicTitle=Cruising%20with%20the%20ship%20..Yangzijiang D & B Hoovers report, scroll down, Estimated revenue $110.53M(?) hxxp://www.hoovers.com/company-information/company-search.html?nvind=1287&sortDir=Descending&;sort=SalesUS&maxitems=50&page=3
davethechef
12/11/2018
08:52
Mena Global are a fund and yes Mena Offshore were the original owners of the Explorer-1 rig. Explorer-1 is managed by Offshore logistics Ltd (Asia Pacific). So whilst this seems a related party transfer, have the owners of the rig now become 9.2% holders of AMED, rather than the fund, for a specific reason? This all looks like a prelude to the rig sale, or maybe something much bigger.
howdlep
12/11/2018
08:37
Well it's an intriguing 'transfer' of shares. That's a very reasonable possibility & explanation. Time will tell, but does appear developments going on behind the scenes, re our offshore yard
davethechef
12/11/2018
08:14
Interesting RNS.. Mena Global Investment Ltd sell their 9.2% AMED holdings to Mena Offshore Investments Ltd. Mena Offshore Investments Ltd were the original owners of the Explorer 1limited jack up rig. (Amedeo Resources was previously called Creon) hxxps://www.offshoreenergytoday.com/chinese-shipyard-secures-170-mln-jack-up-rig-order/ Have MENA Offshore now finally secured funds to pay for the rig is fully assembled, tested and awaiting a buyer?
knicol46
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