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DEC Diversified Energy Company Plc

1,105.00
21.00 (1.94%)
18 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diversified Energy Company Plc LSE:DEC London Ordinary Share GB00BQHP5P93 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  21.00 1.94% 1,105.00 1,106.00 1,109.00 1,109.00 1,065.00 1,084.00 153,109 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 868.26M 758.02M 15.7334 0.70 533.82M
Diversified Energy Company Plc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DEC. The last closing price for Diversified Energy was 1,084p. Over the last year, Diversified Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 822.50p to 1,930.00p.

Diversified Energy currently has 48,178,835 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Diversified Energy is £533.82 million. Diversified Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 0.70.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/3/2024
18:11
If they cut the dividend in the results on 19th then the share price would drop back further and no-one would take up the tender offer with only Stifel benefitting, so I don't see that scenario as very likely.
bountyhunter
10/3/2024
17:18
All about the future dividend , if it remains the same and debt is reduced thrn the tender offer will be ok , however if the dividend is cut and debt increases , all hell will break loose - share price will tank.
. DEC can say how brilliant is the result but if div and debt went the opposite direction ie div remains the same or increases and debt reduces - we can sleep easy 😂

stevensupertrader
10/3/2024
16:18
Imo they wouldn't have put the tender offer in place for just after results, having discussed with major investors in advance at price to be set soon after results, if they were aware of anything likely to seriously impact the price in the results - or the tender offer would be a complete waste of time given the timetable. My guess is that the results will be pretty much as expected, but that's just my opinion.

In other words if the results were negative and the price tanked noone would take up the tender offer, whereas if positive and the price spiked the tender offer would be expensive for the company, so neutral results seem most likely to me.

bountyhunter
10/3/2024
16:01
The question here is, how risky is
it holding into 19th march full
results.
If they cut the dividends, how
badly will the shares react.
If they hold the dividends will
the shares rise.
Is it best to sitout until after
the 19th

blue square
10/3/2024
14:51
Did you make a killing ie sold off your shares in advance ? I still remembered that a year or two before the the financial crisis hit Uk . US was showing sign of large crack as large investment financial institutions bundle bad mortgage loans and sold them yet Uk was always behind the curve
stevensupertrader
10/3/2024
14:41
This is the same Gordon Brown that said 'No one could have seen this coming' about the 2008 Great Financial Crisis , except the internet was awash with people that could figure out what a problem sub-prime debt would lead to.

I remember as I acted on their advice to protect myself in 2006, well before the SHTF.

cassini
10/3/2024
14:10
Gordon Brown was then the Chsncellor and he sold half the gold reserve between 1999 to 2002 to booster the country reserve after a long period of suppressed Low gold price . Gordon. brown thought at that time was a good move rather than to borrow as gold didn’t get any interest income but sitting in the gold vault gathering dust 😞
stevensupertrader
10/3/2024
14:01
Although Gold was sold off few years earlier than the financial crisis but economic and financial situation started to crack. Under New Labour , Tony Blair , he had extremely big spending idea on infrastructure. In order to revive the flagging economy , he needed to spend to get growth and borrowing was not the solution , therefore Gold was sold off in state . Whether Gold was sold or not , no Govts in the world can spend their way out of trouble except US .
stevensupertrader
10/3/2024
11:09
Stevensupertrader. Gold was sold off in 1999, 9 years before Royal Bank of Scotland was bailed out.
2wild
10/3/2024
11:07
Gordon Brown flooded the gold market and effectively carpet bombed the price of gold with a series of 17 pre announced auctions, which took place from July 1999 until March 2002.

The Euro was launched in Jan 1999 as an invisible currency which was extended to coins & banknotes on 1st January 2002.

A bit of a coincidence that Europeans, who may have preferred to swap into gold instead of swapping into the Euro, which for all they knew might’ve nose-dive against World currencies, were faced with the certainty that Gordon was going to continue suppressing gold price throughout the Euro launch and beyond.

Was it really a coincidence, or was that the price of keeping the British Pound?

fordtin
10/3/2024
10:18
Gordon clown flagged he was gonna start selling gold when the price was 800 USD. In the end, he got 276 on average with a 256 low.
2wild
09/3/2024
19:29
It was a spend spend spend era thanks to Blair & co which seemed good at the time but which turned out to be short sighted leaving the Torries to pick up the pieces. GBs other option would have been to resign; he didn't last much longer than Theresa May in any case with both having made bad decisions!
bountyhunter
09/3/2024
17:55
At the time , Royal bank of Scotland was going under and needed rescuing and the £ was under pressure . Alistair Darling , the Chancellor ,under Gordon Brown had to rescue Royal Bank of Scotland one way or another failing so would result in the collapse of the £ and rocketing interest rate .
stevensupertrader
09/3/2024
17:35
I can talk Politics with you the whole day as I can see you are fairly in tune . Gordon Brown had not much option left for him except to asking Bank of England to sell the gold due to the financial crisis developing as Govt borrowing and debt reaching all time high . Remember when Conservative came into power , someone left a note at the Treasury quoting no more money left .
stevensupertrader
09/3/2024
17:17
Good for you and others at the time but bad for those affected by the reduced stock of council housing today. Clearly a vote winner at the time but rather short sighted imho.
I'm not saying I prefer Labour policies by the way as both parties have a lot to answer for, as for example GB selling our gold and at a low price.

bountyhunter
09/3/2024
17:17
I was then a staunch Labour voter and since Maggie became PM. I switched to Conservative and never look bad since .
stevensupertrader
09/3/2024
17:09
Well, I was then a poor working class living from hand to mouth and renting in a tiny room in 1976 . By her policy , I benefited and took advantage and now owning several properties in London . I don’t have anything bad to say about her policies . I stretched out both hands to embrace her capitalist policies 😊 .
stevensupertrader
09/3/2024
16:49
Well I'm not sure about that, good for tennants who could afford it but that policy decimated the stock of council houses available. The only thing worse than selling the family's silver was selling the family's gold - Gordon Brown sold off half the country's gold in a series of auctions and did it when prices were low!
bountyhunter
09/3/2024
16:07
But She made many normal working class became middle class by her privatisation policy otherwise she won’t have lasted 3 terms plus her housing policy too made many reliving in Council flats to buy their own homes and that another of her good policy 😂
stevensupertrader
09/3/2024
15:59
I wouldn't say that; DEC produces in one of the most stable economies in the world as opposed to a war zone.
As for Thatcher I wouldn't pay attention to her ideas either, look at how many of the privatisations have worked out!
Results will be down as gas prices have moved lower but largely protected by the majority of production being hedged.

bountyhunter
09/3/2024
15:27
Anyway no one can buck the market ( quoting Margaret Thatcher words ) . If result in the 19th March is bad and div is cut - DeC share price will fall, hoping this might not be the case as I already lost 60% of this investment and if result is bad and DEC cuts its div , I need to kiss goodbye to my remaining 40% investment . DEC is similar to POLYMETAL when Russia invaded Ukraine two years ago .
stevensupertrader
09/3/2024
15:18
At this stage , DEC is paying more to cancel the shares . My view is that DEC afraid that if share price kept on spiralling down before this scheme was announced , its capitalisation will be affected and afraid it might go under then its banks will call in their loans due to debts would be several times more than its entire shares capitalisation rather than anything else .
stevensupertrader
09/3/2024
14:59
Of course if the price does go to over the levels mentioned after results the tender offer suddenly will be a great opportunity for large investors. They may take it up anyway to avoid progressively lowering the price when disposing of a large number of shares if any wish to reduce for whatever reason.
bountyhunter
09/3/2024
14:53
Dec at that time has a BUYBACK SCHEME . If DEC thinks that share price is undervalued which it always said in the RNS then M & G dumping is an opportunity to buy and cancel shares at dust cheap price unless DEC is unsure and said it’s shares were undervalue 🫤 - I guess DEC has lost the plot and lost all investors’ confidence
stevensupertrader
09/3/2024
14:43
But also the tender offer is a clever way to stop the likes of M&G dumping shares they wish to sell into the market, assuming they take it up!
bountyhunter
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