Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Caspian Sunrise LSE:CASP London Ordinary Share GB00B1W0VW36 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.95p 11,005 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.70p 9.20p 8.95p 8.95p 8.95p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 5.61 -2.48 -0.21 149.4

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Caspian Sunrise Daily Update: Caspian Sunrise is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CASP. The last closing price for Caspian Sunrise was 8.95p.
Caspian Sunrise has a 4 week average price of 8.55p and a 12 week average price of 8.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 17.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.25p.
There are currently 1,669,673,820 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 204,274 shares. The market capitalisation of Caspian Sunrise is £149,435,806.89.
flawlesskicks: x2 - The deeps are being worked on and will be reporting shortly. I don't really need to defend anything - just need to be patient. We have limited money so we are on go slow...that much is obvious. It doesn't change the fact that in Jan, the PLC costs will be fully covered by MJF and expansion next year will see profitability...add to that a couple of deeps (if they happen) and we will see the share price much, much higher. I am not in a hurry and I am buying in each month as money allows. I bought a few yesterday and a few on Monday. As far as AIM companies go, I am happy to invest in CASP long term without too much stress. For me, it is better to have a long wait ending in results than a short wait ending in a placing! That is the reality of most AIM investments and I have learned to keep well away from them.
flawlesskicks: roy - that's a bit of a silly statement and not CASP related in the slightest. The future for CASP is very bright. I don't expect it to take long for a deep success now. MJF licence will give us $20million of profits without any further drilling. We know that the plan is to in-fill dril many new wells over the next 18 months. The company have already said that MJF alone is a substantial asset and can move the company forward. We have two deeps being worked on and both should provide us with imminent news. I don't look at CASP as 'walking the plank'. We are building a serious company but there are many small steps to be taken to move us from explorer to major producer! Being invested for 10 years should be expected if you get in at the exploration stage. One day, CASP will be £1+ - I have no doubt of that and it is well worth staying invested as we are probably 80% there...the final 20% is where the share price will catch up with the potential. There are charts you can find to show how a share price performs from initial discovery to commercialisation.
flawlesskicks: Coffee spouting half truths again on LSE! Now admitting part of his nasty plan to crash the share price here. As far as I am concerned, trying to team up with several people in a private group to crash the share price is market manipulation. He should never have asked me to do this with him and it shows the kind of 'investor' he is. Somehow - he has tried to make me out to be the bad guy because I said no and tried to challenge him on his selling while spouting negative rubbish about CASP. He is being far less negative at the moment as he got caught out on the last rns and now needs a trading opp to get out. Be very careful with coffeecups guys! He is not to be trusted and is not a long term trader here but a range trader who changes his story according to his book.
flawlesskicks: It has now been 5 weeks since Lord Limerick bought 480,000 shares taking his holding up to 3,690,000 shares with a value currently of £369,000 - no small sum! His average is around the 10p mark and I would think CASP would need to wait at least 1 month from his purchase to release any share price moving news? Thoughts? Caspian Sunrise, the Central Asian oil and gas company with a focus on Kazakhstan, announces that it received notification that on 02 August 2018, Edmund Limerick, a director of the Company, purchased 480,000 ordinary shares in the Company at 10.25p each for a total consideration of £49,200.
maxim1999: So another month to 6 weeks potentially for more news. If I was new to this stock I would see the chance of failure on all 3 as unlikely. So we need to remind ourselves of the investment proposition here. Current share price underpinned by the shallows. Deeps give the kicker to the upside and we only one to come in for the share price to basically double.
togglebrush: A view on positive news may be controlled due to completion of 3ABest which is being done at a fixed price. A similar routine happened before the Baverstock merger. It may be that back room support is being made to maintain the share price at or around the 9.5pence share price. This to support the large number of Kazak shareholders came with that merger and may be involved in 3ABest. Hence no drop in price is seen. The Baverstock merger was delayed due to getting the government in Kazakhstan approval. A suggestion was also made that the International Oil price agreement would be Free and not subject to charge was due shortly. It possible that the office are playing a waiting game to a achieve the Free agreement to International prices or are frustrated by bureaucratic red tape. I would suggest that it not only at the Well head that there maybe troubles but a more complex hand of interactive cards. KO is being careful not to show one card which may effect the rest of his hand of cards. IMHO Simplified hand of cards At the Well head ' Shallow Wells__ Cash Flow needed and require Licence for Inter Prices Deep Well exploration ___ Key to success in medium term __ any report moves stock 3ABest ___________________ Licence Required to complete OIL Traders ______________ Their finance still required __ keep happy Government _______________ Fees and Taxes required ___ wait for Free Inter Pr ' Office handling Stockholders ' Inner Circle (some 70%)______________ Neutral at moment EX Baverstock & 3ABEST some (12%) ___ Need Share price right Possible 17% London based _____ Need News to move share price
togglebrush: FWIW . 2012 RXP had a market Capital of £16m and under 400 million shares. Then KO became CEO and through investment by Kazak directors plus loans by various colleagues, which were exchange for shares, the company was by this 2017 in a position to merger with Baverstock. Prior to the merger there were 934 million shares and after 1,670 million. The new shares were valued at 9.5p. ‘ That 9.5p share price has been the base line even during the autumn 2017 when Kazak residents were apparently trading for Tax reasons. It would appear that only 1 in 4 of shares are traded on the London market and so London shares are a minority concern to the Board. ‘ New company is worth a 10 bagger for Market Capital based on 2012 value. But investment has not been raised on London Market. ‘ Key investors are the so called “concert party and Kazak friends”. They have to be impressed to complete the possible 3ABest deal announced on 31st January 2018. Many Kazak investors are in both companies. The indicated purchase price is $24 million would be satisfied by the issue of approximately 148 million new Caspian Shares at the proposed price of 12p per share. ‘ IMHO it is possible some share price management is, as was with Baverstock deal, being exercised along with News management to complete the 3ABest deal. All controlled by the Almaty office. London market does not have to be impressed at the moment but soon its time will come. JUST AN OPINION
hallow: LSE closing Friday share price Share Price: 9.50 Bid: 9.25 Ask: 9.75 Change: -0.375 (-3.80%) ADVFN closing Friday share price Share Price 9.75 Bid 10.00 Ask Change + 0.375 Puzzled you will be, by the slight difference in price.
togglebrush: POSTCARD CASE STUDY … 2 key values share price and exchange rate ‘ Starting Point 8th January 2013 RNS ‘ Mr. Kairat Alpamysovich Satylganov, a Kazakh investor, has agreed to subscribe for 355,165,716 new Roxi shares at a price of approximately 7p per share, being a significant premium to the closing share price of 2.125p per share as at 7 January 2013. (this was amended later to 7.4p per share). KS is now a director of CASP but is taken as a lead investor for sister company Baverstock in this case ‘ Taking Mr Average at start 1st February 2013 ‘ Who bought 100,000 Baverstock NON Quota shares at 1st Feb 2013. This is an average size of the 1,200 possible traders. At for this exercise US 10.00 So cost is Tenge 1,500,000 ‘ At merger Mr Average gets 100,000 CASP NON Locked in shares ‘ COULD SELL at Merger Value 9.75p x 100,000 x 334 Tenge 3,256,500 Potential profit 117% (APR 27%) ‘ At 23rd October 2017 Mr Average decided to sell CASP NON Locked in shares ' MARKET PRICE and Current Foreign Exchange … BEST of three options ' SELLValue 13.75p x 100,000 x 334 Tenge 4,509,000 Potential profit recent 38% (APR 123%) overall 201% ‘ MARKET PRICE and Lower Foreign Exchange … WORST of three options SELL RISK IF Currency Reduced to 150 and price remains you get Tenge 2,025,000 and a post merger net LOSS ‘ SELL Value 13.75p x 100,000 x 150 Tenge 2,025,000 NET LOSS to merger whilst overall 35% ‘ BROKER TIP PRICE and Lower Foreign Exchange … AWFUL option ' SHARE RISK EVEN IF Currency reduced 150 and price INCREASES 21.6p (Broker tip) you get a post merger netLOSS ' SELL Value 21.6 x 100,000 x 150 Tenge 3,240,000 small NET LOSS to merger whilst overall 35% ‘ Errors and Omissions excepted
johngaz: The weather is improving there now. Production levels are very low cost. On the last investors presentation nov16 talked of GCA estimating around 18 million barrels of reserves proved based on the wells at the moment. At around $16 a barrel from the shallows producing say around 1000 barrels a day(approx) would mean around 50 years producing is not a bad result giving annual gross figures of about $5.6 to $5.8 million which would easily cover any overheads and finance future wells. Come 2018 the price could be around $50 a barrel and that does not include any of the deeps if/when that happens. Still awaiting news on the completion of the merger so plenty of upside to come (IMO). 105 meters gross interval how much further will it extend will be interesting. Deep flow tests are the key trigger to propelling this casp share price upwards very quickly ( again IMO ). Patiently waiting, ( that's my contribution done on here today. ) G/LUCK ALL.
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