Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anzon Energy LSE:AEL London Ordinary Share AU0000XINAI2 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 62.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment - - - - 59.47

Anzon Energy Share Discussion Threads

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13/9/2007
11:46
A quick update on the chart I posted a few days ago: free stock charts from www.advfn.com Long term down trend clearly broken with a new sharp up trend developing. Basically backs up what we have all been saying recenty about where the short term price should be heading.
smudgeroo
13/9/2007
11:28
Karlos, You raise a good point. I would have thought that any announcement confirming the recommencement of production would give the share price of AZA a bit of a boost. Lets say that AZA's share price remained static at approximately A$1.60 for the immediate future. If the company then announced that production had recommenced then I suspect we will see a wave of new buyers coming into the stock adding fuel to an already we lit fire. Say this news added another 10% to the AZA share price we would then be looking at a price per share of circa A$1.76. If an offer for AZA were to then emerge, lets say at a 20% premium, we could be looking at a AZA share price of approximately A$2.11. What does this equate to for AEL? Well at todays exchange rate AZA at A$2.11 per share would be worth £324m. AEL's 53.1% share in AZA would therefore be worth £172m! or to put it another way £1.79 per share! Using the above scenario as an example, it's clear to see that there is still plenty of scope for further gains to be had. Best of luck, I think you will do rather well out of your initial investment.
smudgeroo
12/9/2007
16:50
I think the difference might be volume, but what is driving that suddenly could be any of the things already mentioned. Oil is firming up also and maybe people are looking at the "forgotten" shares for bargains, and stumbling into this one? Nice thought. Hope we soon get back to the 114 that I thought a bargain in the first place.
cleo1601
12/9/2007
14:48
catch up yes but don't you think it is signifficant that we normally trade behind the aussie price now mm's are moving it up more inline with the price on the aussie is this so anyone in the know is not getting a cheaper price over here. As if an offer is coming the gbp price will have to be the equivlilant to the aus price.
karlos885
12/9/2007
14:32
karlos, or we are atlast playing catch up?
markfrankie
12/9/2007
13:54
probably more to do with the exchange rate
jonno1
12/9/2007
12:55
what i find most unusual is for two days running ael has been more up here than it has in oz. would ten to indicate something is afoot!
karlos885
12/9/2007
11:16
guys just wondered whther i could ask for a bit of advice recently purchased some of these shares as i think it seem likely that an offer will be made as they do seem to be highly undervalued. I found this in an old rns it seems news is also pending on the BASKER MANTA GUMMY (BMG) PROJECT, ANZON ENERGY LIMITED (CODE: AEL) 25 July 2007 quote 'The Havila Harmony is a construction/diving support vessel and has the appropriate capacity to reinstate the mooring. It will be fitted with a saturation diving spread to ensure that a range of contingencies can be covered. It is expected to be mobilized to the field in mid-September, allowing production to recommence in late September/early October 2007.' Can anyone tell me the signifficance, the recommencement could have to the company? thanks in advance
karlos885
11/9/2007
11:46
It's fairly simple I think. Either Aza is overvalued or Ael is undervalued. The sale of 10% of BMG for $A123 million suggests that Ael is undervalued. imho dyor
bomfin
11/9/2007
11:44
Looking very strong. Level 2 currently 3 v 1 and all blue.
smudgeroo
11/9/2007
10:40
Break through the 90p barrier and we could be looking at 110p pretty quickly. Just an observation. free stock charts from www.advfn.com
smudgeroo
11/9/2007
10:33
Price looking strong again this morning. Level 2 currently 4 v 1. bomfin, Looks like the MM's are finally waking up to how undervalued this company is.
smudgeroo
11/9/2007
08:04
Meaning. Whilst the differential is in place you can sell Aza shares and buy Ael and be better off. imho
bomfin
11/9/2007
07:59
Aza down 4 cents in Australia. Would make sense if Aza and Ael share prices evened out a bit. imho
bomfin
10/9/2007
11:49
Can't be far from a push on to the £1 mark. More positive market today so far and another possible rise in Australia on the cards. imho dyor
bomfin
10/9/2007
09:53
Level 2 is currently 4 (80) v 1 (87) by the way. Going higher.
smudgeroo
10/9/2007
09:37
thebaron, I reckon they have to buy AEL. Fact AEL isn't moving suggests that the likely buyer of AZA already has connection to AEL. imho dyor
bomfin
10/9/2007
09:34
Bonfin.If AZA receive an offer and AEL own 53% of AZA, the prospective buyer will presumably not want to become a subsidiary to AEL and therefore either needs to take out AEL or aquire at least 4% of AEL.Is this your assessment?
thebaron
10/9/2007
09:32
bomfin, I agree. I make AEL's 53.1% share of AZA to be worth £127m at current Ozzie prices. We surely must be looking at a minimum of £1 a share here prior to any firm offer being made for AZA.
smudgeroo
10/9/2007
09:28
Current AZA share price transfers to £120 million to AEL. Surely that's worth £1/share to AEL?
bomfin
10/9/2007
09:19
Agree have also added today
thebaron
10/9/2007
09:19
On the move now guys and girls, WINS, JEFF and SCAP all moving up at 9.16.
smudgeroo
10/9/2007
09:05
Added some today. Up 9cents in Oz on a very red day.
bomfin
10/9/2007
07:21
Yes! very encouraging. Suggests there is something serious in the takeover department. Now only 40 Acents(20% premium) off $2A/share which most likely gives us £1.45.AEL share if that happens. £20 million RAk bond can be converted at £1.45 which might keep AEL down at that level. imho dyor
bomfin
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