Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
EF Realisation LSE:EFR London Ordinary Share GG00BF243Y95 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% 35.50p 34.00p 37.00p 35.50p 35.50p 35.50p 13,332 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 15.97

EF Realisation Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/2/2018
08:19
MIFID II - it's infuriating. Often find I can't trade something I'm already in, until I email the broker and they email me back a form. Don't even have to read it now - they enable it as soon as they've sent me it. I asked them to send me all forms for all stocks, or even just all forms for the stocks I already hold (for the obvious reason that I'll want to trade them at some point, possibly in a hurry): they refused, said I had to request on an individual stock basis. Anyway... LONE come right back off again in US with the market. Not doing EFR NAV any favours.
spectoacc
17/1/2018
07:46
How do day-traders cope? To buy efr now, although I have a holding already, I have to download the “kid”from their website - and so does my Broker (Redmayne Bentley),and they will not let me deal until they are convinced that I have understood all the risks etc.! Apparently this is another nanny stipulation by Europe.
asmodeus
15/1/2018
12:46
Probably MIFID-related - have to fill in a form saying how much trading experience you have. Has been a real pain - XO are making me fill in a form for each class of "unusual" security (the likes of EFR, covered warrants etc).
spectoacc
15/1/2018
10:51
Only me here, but from last week on LONE: "Frank D. Bracken, III, Lonestar's Chief Executive Officer commented, "Closing our Notes offering and amending our Senior Secured Credit Facility (collectively, "the Transactions") represent the culmination of our efforts to financially reposition Lonestar. First, the Transactions meaningfully extend the profile of both our secured and unsecured debt maturities. Second, the Transactions greatly expand our liquidity to approximately $100 million. Looking to 2018, we are now fully focused on executing our plan to increasing annual average production to 10,000-10,700 BOE per day and increasing EBITDAX by approximately 60% to $100-$110 million. This growth is expected to reduce our Net Debt / EBITDAX ratio to below 3.0x by year-end 2018. Most importantly, Lonestar is now positioned to increase shareholder value by driving up production, reserves and cash flow on a per-share basis." "
spectoacc
11/1/2018
16:30
49.52p, I was close! And LONE still holding above $5, so expecting that NAV to go higher. As always - EFR being able to actually sell their stake eventually is the key.
spectoacc
08/1/2018
16:10
LONE up another 10% in US this morning, approaching $5 - arguably only relevant when EFR actually sell, but is going to make the NAV figs look good over the next week or so. Edit - not done the maths but I'd have thought 50p+ here, though will take a while to be reflected in the figures. Edit #2 - I'd also forgotten about the convertibles in LONE, convertible at $6, which is likely to be a ceiling to the current rally. EFR get diluted from c.17% to c.11% if/when the convertibles convert.
spectoacc
03/1/2018
08:33
@flyfisher - LONE up a $ since the debt rescheduling news, so your analysis appears wrong - luckily for me :) I'd bloody deserve it if EFR finally sell out & return more than current s/p, for the endless faith I've shown. NAV was more like 80p/share when they split from ECWO, vs high 30's recently, and it's been a long & bumpy ride thus far. Of course, whether EFR can actually sell that many LONE is another question.. But glad to see LONE finally on the up.
spectoacc
30/12/2017
13:13
I doubt any rise is on the cards for LONE, and question whether the equity is of any value as the debt holders seem to be running it, to their own ends. The recent rescheduling of the 2019 bonds, a year early and at a 2.5% increase in coupon gives a $6.25 pa increase in servicing costs and the existing debt to be made whole a year early. I can only see this as a negative for equity holders, and a positive for debt holders, who seem to be stripping the future cash flows.
flyfisher
29/12/2017
08:26
These haven't been my finest buy - one of my worst really, with plenty bought over 40p - but some back in the tender and now buying a few more below 29p. The NAV discount isn't so great (c.41p NAV) but wondering if LONE may soon start to finally rise a bit with the oil price. Either way, downside is zero if LONE goes under :)
spectoacc
11/10/2017
13:03
Been a bit of a recovery on Lonestar with the oil price, but nothing significant. EFR tick-up may be a realisation that post-cash return, they're even more LONE-geared (only at a discount). Makes the silly MM drop to 25p look what it was - silly. Still - LONE needs realising before the proper money comes in.
spectoacc
25/9/2017
21:27
So 5.7p distribution on all 7 shares but lose 40p value on 1 share. We shall see on Friday
linhur
25/9/2017
08:27
My understanding is that if you owned 7 shares previously, you now own only 6 shares but will be getting 40.07p for the share that was redeemed. That could also be looked at as getting back 5.7p per share (40p/7), but with 1 in 7 shares now disappeared, that doesn't seem the right way to think of it.
spectoacc
25/9/2017
08:14
Can someone clarify the redemption proceeds to be paid on Friday? Is it 40p per share (1 for 7 of original holding) or is it 5.7p or 27.7p which my Sipp provider is expecting ? Kind regards Linhur
linhur
20/9/2017
07:52
MMs now realised. Pity their error didn't allow a top-up, just a comedy spread.
spectoacc
18/9/2017
14:47
company ought to issue NAV RNS imo
neilyb675
18/9/2017
11:47
Not sure why the MMs have blown the spread out - it's a redemption, shouldn't be any change to price.
spectoacc
04/9/2017
09:54
Nav 40p surely - & 1-for-7 redemption to return c.£3m at that price. Have to say, it's chicken feed until Lonestar stake can be ditched - they've constantly regarded it as being worth much more than the market thinks, whilst the Lonestar price has continued going backwards. $8 seems a long way off now. Still - they'd say they're doing what they said they would at the start. I'd say that keeping £1.6m for "working capital" seems a bit rich.
spectoacc
20/7/2017
15:33
General lack of anything going on - have to wait until 12th Sept until the AGM, and no certainty any progress by then either. On the plus side - LONE is still around.
spectoacc
06/6/2017
11:18
@flyfisher - LONE did that placing a few months ago (the first time EFR got diluted) and at higher prices than here. Hopefully as LONE scales up, EFR can find a buyer. "Hopefully". Potentially EFR could end up with as little as 11% after current deal, from over 50% on the ECWO split, so should in theory be much easier to shift, even in the absence of selling the lot to the same person.
spectoacc
06/6/2017
11:10
Lonestar was close to breaching its banking covenants, its options were to raise funds, or raise funds and acquire assets that could bring its banking covenants back to a more comfortable level. It did the latter. Question is, who can EFR sell its stake to.
flyfisher
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