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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cluff Natural Resources Plc LSE:CLNR London Ordinary Share GB00B6SYKF01 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 1.68 1,508,446 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.65 1.70 1.68 1.68 1.68
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -1.66 -0.35 24.0
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:09 O 5,403 1.69 GBX

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2019-07-15 15:28:101.695,40391.04O
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Cluff Natural Resources Daily Update: Cluff Natural Resources Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLNR. The last closing price for Cluff Natural Resources was 1.68p.
Cluff Natural Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.65p and a 12 week average price of 1.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.58p.
There are currently 1,405,964,855 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,708,608 shares. The market capitalisation of Cluff Natural Resources Plc is £23,549,911.32.
a1m1investor: Strange that the share price continues to sell off then.... Everyone knows that a large placing is predicted here, the market is pretty clear. There is no reason for the BOD to farm down further or wait for the share price to rise first. The BOD don;t own any major share holdings so diluting the shares will not significantly effect them. If the licences have so much potential value then why would CLNR want to farm out any more of the licence and give up all of that potential value? As a long term shareholder would it not make more sense to keep as much of the licence as possible and raise funds via placing? Surely this would retain more value for the Co in the long term...
barnes4: Agreed Alan I am not aware of too many companies where a super major is keen to spend multiples of the current market cap to drill a minimum of two wells so they must see value They will drill 2437 sooner than 2252 and in my opinion any future fundraising can and will wait until the share price better reflects this value In my opinion any future funding will be for working capital purposes only to develop the other and future licenses and drilling will be funded by further farm downs to Shell or another company The current share price is nonsense and doesn’t reflect value and if continues could lead to a cheap takeover I hope not as CLNR want to emulate SQZ Personally I would rather have my money in here than in a pie in the sky new idea which will cost millions and take years or an African mining company as for the first time in its history CLNR has line of sight to drilling wells and the current share price is rock bottom Go figure but each to their own What do you guys think?
cpap man: Mr Strap is up early today as the pay masters are not happy with the work effort and therefore the negative results i.e. the rising CLNR share price
a1m1investor: Hi Clickon, my take on events since the Shell deal is that CLNR lost it's flagship licence P2248 and over 40% of it's p50 resource. Also, the share price has fallen by over 50% so things aren't looking great here at the moment. A big placing or if shell don;t take up option on the 2nd deal then the share price could really take a hammering.
clickon: My disappointment comes from the poor reaction to the Shell deal involving both blocks one of which was not expected and to what I consider to be an over reaction to dropping 2248. That having been said. I think that the Cluff team have done very well and that the share price doesn't reflect this. All the main institutional investors appear to be in place which is encouraging, I haven't seen an RNS to suggest otherwise.If there has been any illegal activity in terms of share price manipulation I would wish that to be dealt with immediately. Market makers have a lot of latitude, too much in some respects. They look for the two way trade and have no care for what you paid for your shares. It's the nature of the beast. I've recently signed a petition to stop short selling on AIM which I believe severely distorts the share price. I favour and am grateful for the posts by 'Exploration' on the LSE board.
a1m1investor: Well I can't help that if you're a lazy little lad! DYOR But to help you out on the negative side. If the 2nd Shell deal falls through then I see this share price cratering as everyone knows that no drilling decision is taking place on the first deal until end of 2020. So you're money is going to sit doing nothing for years except getting further diluted to cover the Co's ongoing costs. There are so many trapped bulls that any significant bad news will see a landslide in the share price imo. But that is just my view, based on logic and market mechanics. An overcrowded trade is a very high risk trade imo because whatever happens everyone is looking to get out whatever happens, any rise is muted as people get out with profit or break even (if trapped bulls) and the fall can be disastrous as everyone races to dump their stock.
aland1: Bronislav - I agree with your view on the share price being controlled by the naughty MM’s. However the share price has remained quite strong over the last month whilst many other shares have fallen, primarily as a result of the ongoing Brexit uncertainty. Could the share price also be being held back to allow people in the know the opportunity to get in at relatively low price? Who knows....but clearly some have been privileged to information on previous price spikes as we have all seen.
cpap man: Once yesterdays "insiders" have been cleared CLNR share price should continue to rise
cpap man: MEGA news with a MAJOR is now so close for CLNR The CLNR share price actually reminds me of a "coiled spring" which is just about to be sprung!!!!
anley: That is true KRISTINI but the market will have over 15% of an expanded share capital to sell into so news will be a very big factor in having these sellers absorbed. I have seen this so many times and in fact just look at what happened to CLNR share price last year........see above charts. We shall have to watch and see what happens..........the EGM starts a new time table for me........CLNR gets the SHORT TERM comes details on the old and new licenses.........and finally who the partner is.........and all of this has to happen before the new cash runs out by mid Q2 2018.
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