Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Genel Energy Plc LSE:GENL London Ordinary Share JE00B55Q3P39 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 0.33% 184.60 137,541 15:18:53
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
184.20 184.80 186.00 182.40 182.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 278.46 -222.23 -79.67 515
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:18:53 AT 1,663 184.60 GBX

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22/10/2019
09:20
Genel Energy Daily Update: Genel Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GENL. The last closing price for Genel Energy was 184p.
Genel Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 168.60p and a 12 week average price of 167.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 233.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 151.20p.
There are currently 279,025,723 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 569,734 shares. The market capitalisation of Genel Energy Plc is £515,081,484.66.
15/10/2019
10:55
whiskeyinthejar: cyan, whats happening now, what may happen and SENTIMENT are 3 different things. Isis didn't affect Genel's operations and they got paid eventually. But share price still hasn't recovered. It's a third what it was when Mosel fell. Genels share price reflects perceived political risk. Anyway, much is priced in.
29/8/2019
10:29
cal57: It seems to me that the shares are being bought in small batches to prevent the share price from rising for obvious reasons .Once the buying is complete there will be less shares in circulation and I think we might start to get updates that can hopefully have a positive affect on the share price.
29/8/2019
09:20
cal57: Ye but you would have thought they could buy in batches of 500 or 1000 without affecting the share price.It's already been pointed out that once the buying has finished the share price might begin to move upwards.Lets hope so anyway.
19/8/2019
16:41
chopsy: Yes, I'd imagine so. I've been reflecting on the share buy back. The purpose is not to drive the share price up, but to acquire/treasurise/cancel as many cheap shares as they can, so it may fit the bill to stop buying from time to time to let the share price fall again. Eventually, presumably after the buying campaign is complete, good news will catapult the share price higher. Is a win win situation. It also means we can buy low now in the expectation that we are in good company.
16/8/2019
19:48
nicksig: From the updated Q and A today: Genel is also carrying out a share buy-back programme, as we believe that the current share price significantly undervalues the Company's assets, and that utilising our balance sheet to repurchase shares represents a value accretive use of its cash resources. The programme will be reactive, and dividend distributions continue to be our favoured route to capital returns. At a share price of 175p, the annual dividend yield is 7%.
13/7/2019
09:15
kulvinder: Wow this has taken some doing, it has taken threat of war for the oil price to rise and in turn the Genl share price to get past the psychological 200 mark. Long may it continue and we do get to see that 300 again, at which point, many I feel will sell for the fear of this dropping back into the low 200's. The dream for me getting to that 500 mark by end 2019, early 2020 has disappeared into the sunset, since the last time this hit 300 last July, it was not able to continue on from there, instead it dropped all the way back to the 150's, then back up to the 230's followed by back down to the 160's and now back up to around 200. Just shows the real money on this was to be gained by letting go of your holding and buying back at a lower price, but the so called investor in me just would not let me do that as I am such a big believer that this will just as I let go will then go on a gallop like Kaz did between mid 2016 to early 2018 from the 70p area to above £10, and as a result will miss out on the big money, having been here for nearly 5 years from the time we last saw that elusive 500 and above not having as all the invesment experts say hold for the long term as a good investment will evenually value out.
10/6/2019
13:14
kulvinder: While we wait for the Share price to come back to life, I think it best we remember the following from the Q&A on the GENL company site; WHAT, IN YOUR OPINION, IS PREVENTING THE MARKET FROM SEEING GENEL’S TRUE VALUE? “As a company we are focused on building a stronger business with material growth potential, providing a clear and compelling investment case that offers the opportunity for a significant increase in shareholder value. This year alone we have added in two assets with a mixture of near-term production and long-term growth potential, we are participating in 20 wells (the most of anyone in the KRI), production is expected to rise 10% year-on-year, and we have also initiated a material and sustainable dividend. While doing this, we will add a very substantial amount of free cash flow. We feel that this provides investors with a compelling mix of growth and returns. The sell-side analyst community recognises this, and the average price target from our twelve analyst followers is now over £3. Analyst core NAV figures for Genel’s producing assets alone total c.£2.40, considerably higher than the current share price, with the (currently heavily risked) upside from Sarta, Qara Dagh, Bina Bawi, Miran, and exploration assets still to come.”
31/5/2019
07:59
nicebut: https://www.genelenergy.com/investor-relations/shareholder-qa/ Please see below responses to recent shareholder enquiries. Should you wish to submit a question please contact investor.relations@genelenergy.com. CAN YOU PLEASE COMMENT ON THE RECENT SHARE PRICE FALL? WHAT DOES THE COMPANY PLAN TO DO TO PROVIDE STABILITY AND STRENGTH TO THE SHARE PRICE? “There is no company specific reason for the share price fall. We continue to produce in line with guidance and expect to increase production by 10% year-on-year, a strong performance for our mature fields. We are generating cash, paying a meaningful dividend, and have opportunities in the organic portfolio that have the potential to generate material shareholder value. Genel is focused on delivery – drilling wells, making money, and progressing our opportunities. We also continue to appraise opportunities to make value accretive additions to the portfolio, although given the current strength of the existing portfolio and the opportunities available in it we will continue to be highly selective.”
27/2/2019
13:06
cyan: "Market-to-Book Ratio Market-to-Book Ratio, is the ratio of the current share price to the book value per share. It measures how much a company worths at present, in comparison with the amount of capital invested by current and past shareholders into it. The formula is: market capitalisation / ord cap, reserves Alternatively, the calculation could be as follows: share price / NAV per share-basic" Courtesy ADVFN GENL 0.34 GKP 1.42 Tells me what I knew already; GENL is way undervalued.
03/9/2018
09:51
panagos: Yep, genl share price will also become absolutely fantastic when market-monkeys start bidding stock between each other, should be soon too.
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