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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
BG Grp. LSE:BG. London Ordinary Share GB0008762899 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1,062.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 10,959.4 2,016.4 46.4 21.8 36,345

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/2/2014
10:40
She is, st. She nurses the bell of nob with the highest care offered, even better then BUPA nurses. Thats why i have a level 4 target of £4.73 It'l start to make sense soon Sanksalot
sanks
06/2/2014
11:14
Sanks if all your targets are set at such stupidly low entry points you must never buy anything!
supermarky
04/2/2014
09:52
What's the diffference between sanks and BG?..answer , sanksy has more natural gas!
mitchy
03/2/2014
22:08
...markets are now in "Shag" mode! target remains 4.73 Please be careful...Sheila told me last night Hope it helps
sanks
03/2/2014
09:24
Any thoughts about tomorrow anybody? Surely it can only be up from here?
supermarky
31/1/2014
19:49
Phil140158 – As I invest only in energy, commodities and utilities, I couldn't turn down the opportunity of getting some BG at today's price. I'm in it for the long run but if I can turn a profit on a stock, I'll sell.
mjb2
31/1/2014
16:40
Good luck, mj. I think there may be more bad news from Eygpt, but we might expect to see a decent news stream from Australia and Brazil, so I predict a bumpy ride. £150 million worth of shares traded today, so we are not alone.
phil140158
31/1/2014
12:08
Just bought a few @ 1019 as phil140158 has as an investment not a pure trade. See how things work out.
mjb2
31/1/2014
09:12
Super - I bought at 1029 and was cursing not having waited a bit longer, but my loss seems to have disappeared now! Investment though and not a trade, so I'll see how the land lies when it gets back to 1300.
phil140158
30/1/2014
17:36
Hi my nobular friends I wish you could see what i see. If only you looked through the level 4 window and into Fit birds house across the road..you'd see what i see. Infact, i see this easily dripping below £10..and most definitely below £8..cos Sheila told me last night. Thats why i have buy orders in titty batches closer to £4.73, so i'm not catching a falling knife. Hope this begins to make some sense soon. Sanks...trading amongst genuine nobs
sanks
30/1/2014
14:53
I know it is just a few pence really and I should really go for it but I would like 10.00 on the nose.
supermarky
30/1/2014
12:51
The support line is clearly £10 so I have set a limit order which I guess will get filled either today or tomorrow.
salpara111
30/1/2014
09:28
Come on 10.00 I want some more!
supermarky
29/1/2014
22:11
Thanks for your post TDay. Next time I come across Sanks' work on the BBs, I'll try and hold onto that vision!
phil140158
29/1/2014
18:42
Drop way overdone
eisler
29/1/2014
18:02
u813061, I asked about the non-operated nature of Brazil at last year's AGM. I was advised that BG have a technical team of about 200 out there, working closely with Petrobras, and that their technical recommendations are listened to. That gives me some comfort. The biggest problem with Brazil (besides the technical challenges, which are many for the sub-salt plays) is govt. interference - e.g. local content requirements pushing costs up. Cheers, Mark
marben100
29/1/2014
17:06
Don't be horrible to Miss Sanks. She is a spinster of mature years, living alone on her old age pension, in a bungalow in Frinton-On-Sea.
tday
29/1/2014
15:12
The government now owes BG about $1.2 billion in payments for its gas This is an important point. I'm not sure when BG last got paid by the Egyptian Government. It puts more pressure on Brazil and Australia to deliver. Brazil is non-operated and Australia has many technical challenges.
u813061
29/1/2014
10:14
kibes, The situation in Egypt is actually worse than that: not only is gas for export being diverted but payment for the diverted gas is erratic (at best!). See hxxp://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/28/business/international/bg-group-warns-of-gas-problems-in-egypt.html?_r=0 "...But the political ferment has worsened Egypt's financial problems, adding to the government's tendency to withhold payments to oil and gas producers... ...The government now owes BG about $1.2 billion in payments for its gas..." Nevertheless, I do feel that at this share price the market is undervaluing BG's potential, so also added on Monday. Cheers, Mark Twitter @marben100
marben100
29/1/2014
08:55
Added yesterday, since this looks well oversold to me. Egypt is a short term problem that will be resolved. Uk is a longer term problem. Australia and Brazil are the drivers and they are about to embark on a serious non-core asset disposal, so free cash flow should be looking well up from here.
donaferentes
29/1/2014
08:28
Looks like it's recovering today
nickg2
28/1/2014
12:57
So how serious is the situation in Egypt? They are being forced to divert nearly 1 billion scfd to the domestic market (which is a hell of a lot) at presumably lower prices than if they converted it to LNG and exported it and as a result will default on their LNG contracts. Is this situation temporary or likely to continue? If as they say the Egyptian state is defaulting on its obligations that would be extremely damaging to investment in Egypt (which is very badly needed). The share price drop looks an over-reaction to me, although it is not likely to recover quickly.
kibes
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