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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Enquest Plc ENQ London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.60 -2.28% 25.75 16:35:04
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
26.10 25.65 26.20 25.75 26.35
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grahamg8: The yield to redemption on the retail bonds is currently 9%. I don't really follow that new bonds could be launched with a yield of just 5%. If investors were happy with 5% then they would be hoovering up the bonds right now. OK so a new bond with a longer life span is more attractive but the yield difference of 4% is pretty high. Of course corporate buyers might well accept 5%. After all the Senior Debt is 4.25/4.00%. On the wider front I do see a market for a new bond launch, let's say with a yield between 5 and 9%, probably at the lower end. This would give Enquest 5 years breathing space to cash in on the high oil price, fingers crossed. Currently holding more bonds than shares, but when the bond launch approaches and de-risks the shares I expect to be switching the balance towards shares.
bomfin: httpx://www.enquest.com/investors/corporate-governance/financial-calendar Likely 2nd Sept for first half Results? Change x for s above.
ammu12: Lol Stan easy on enquest investors
fizzmiss: Lol dear oh dear, a bunch of rope a dope lemming investors. Sell ENG and buy TLW. Ok said my bit, now you lot keep away from trying to ramp ENQ over on the TLW boards. Good luck!
fizzmiss: Jefferies, what a lemming gullible investor you are? who the hell is Jeffries, can't you see what they are doing? Here is a free lesson for you. They are ramping and pumping whilst you mugs buy they will sell, leaving you mugs holding an over-inflated turkey. They have turned over TLW time and time again, with nothing left on the bone. But with ENQ, wow wow wow. If they say buy then I say sell and run for the hills and buy TLW. Jeffries: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRGIrrjuLYA&ab_channel=Selected.
onedb1: On current prices how long will it take to pay off current debt ? Probably not that long . Any fundamentals only investor out there has a view ?
sbb1x: Stan,I bought a few crypto yesterday small amount its up 10% today.Anyway I mentioned it to my brother and he bought yesterday also, I asked him if his mate was gonna buy this coin, and his reply was ... its a sore subject as he bought 1k worth and he sold and he got back 7k so 6k profit. But If he still held these coins it would be 6.5 million pounds.Then us oil investors hoping for a measly 50% rise here.
grahamg8: Steve73, cash helps. Also refinancing prospects improved? Despite the higher oil price the bonds outperform the shares at 1y, 3y, 5y, 10y; and you get dividends. ENQ more volatile, well no surprise there. So timing seems to be all important for prospective investors. What did surprise me is that the bond price very closely follows poo, much more closely than the shares do. Conclusion is that the bonds are a punt on the oil price, the shares are for speculation only.
sbb1x: OIL MARKET: With commodity prices rallying, some investors are buying 'lottery tickets' again: Brent December $100 calls traded 4,600 times on Monday, more than any other option on the global benchmark (with open interest doubling in the last week) #OOTT w/ @alexlongley1 https://t.co/4aTjmDCNb9
onedb1: Hey Patience, yes deleveraging at the current prices will get exciting. I remember how many questioned the recent acquisition too, not many questioning now are they ? In light of the recent private equity Neo Geo acquisition of north sea producer Zennor too I think that the CEO did a good job. I was reading that the buyers of Premier Oil will be considering dividends too in the future. I wonder when and if our own debt levels become even smaller how capital will be deployed given the reluctance of investing in new operations and the costs that would arise. WIll capital be returned to the investors here too or Enquest will get sold ? Remembering the presentation H1 2020 , the tax losses were about $3bn ! That is tasty. [...] I like Enquest, technicals fundamentals, inflation outlook and the beta on energy stocks, the rotation of those still very underweight Energy stocks, meaning for many reasons investors will have to join in at some point of have to explain lower Fund performance to their investors or themselves . When I sell I will post it as always do, but for not 12.85 it stays with tradeable levels around 27-30 , and once that area is cleared 38 then 48. No certainties in life and all my stops here are in the money so will take home a 1 year return ( April anniversary of the hold) that is well above small cap funds and general market indices for small caps. Note that if we are to see inflation then Energy Stocks and OIl futures are the place to be. I would also like to see the dollar get weaker though its in good form of late. Only real thing I watch very closely, how dollar moves. No advice given, Enquest is just in my personal portfolio (ie I hold) and my posts as always are my own views.
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