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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd LSE:GKP London Ordinary Share BMG4209G2077 COM SHS USD1.00 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.20 -3.63% 164.40 164.60 165.60 169.20 164.40 169.20 584,480 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 79.3 -34.4 -16.4 - 349

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25/9/2018
14:30
MACD at the top of the page has officially turned bullish again... For those of you who know more about stock technicals than pumping technicals.
from8to800
25/9/2018
14:23
Does lightening strike twice? 25/7/2010 13:23 manuel labour: Bob. "Prop: you don't know what you are talking about." You have been saying that for 18 months now since I said the AK was a goner. "Prop: you don't know what you are talking about." You have been saying that for 24 months now when I say the bored are either criminal or incompetent or criminally incompetent in their overseeing the destruction of MXP. It seems that you think that every guy with an embossed business card who gives you the time of day is a genius and a source of great business insight. McQ's interests here do not coincide with the PI's Until McQ exercise their warrants they are still a senior share holder. Any response to Tone or any other PI is a courtesy and nothing more. They would say that they: "Share your concerns about the performance of the company and are committed to getting a return on their investment and returning value to the shares and blah blah blah... As for what have I done here? I hope I have provided a legitimate counterpoint to your endless and groundless ramping of this share and for until two days ago, your unwavering, relentless support of a management team which has demonstrated the very definition of incompetence. There are many novice share holders around who for unknown reasons, actually give credence to the rubbish you and I and others post. I for one have recognized that, and feel terrible given that my previous enthusiasm for the potential of this share may have led some lesser experienced investors into the path of the same train which hit me. You seem to ignore or not recognize that facet of these BB's and seem only to revel in the imaginary and fleeting fame you promote or yourself by honking on about your inside cucumber sandwich contacts.... I wonder which of us has caused more harm here..... Prop Read Full ThreadFollowReply https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/max-petroleum-MXP/share-chat?page=1004
medway3
25/9/2018
14:21
Is medway3 a bent Ben avatar? I must know for the book I'm writing - "GKP - Holders Win, Losers Troll"
gkphero
25/9/2018
14:17
Accelerated share repurchase Accelerated share repurchase (ASR) refers to a method that publicly traded companies may use to buy back shares of its stock from the market. The ASR method involves the company buying its shares from an investment bank (who in turn borrowed them from their clients), and paying cash to the investment bank while entering into a forward contract. The investment bank will then seek to purchase shares of the company from the market to return to its clients. At the end of the transaction, the company may receive even more shares than it initially received, which are then retired.[1] This method can be contrasted with a typical open market repurchase, where the company simply announces that it is repurchasing shares on the market, and then does so. A firm might choose the ASR method as a way of reducing the number of shares outstanding for a fixed cost, transferring the risk to the investment bank (which is now short the stock) for a negotiated premium. By purchasing the shares in this way, it immediately exchanges a fixed amount of money for shares of its stock. It is currently being theorized[who?] that such arrangements are used by management to manipulate earnings figures for incentive compensation and reporting reasons. There are also earnings reporting black-out periods during which companies are not allowed to announce repurchasing of stock, so the ASR product from an investment bank could allow a company to essentially buy back shares during a BLACK OUT. Definition of accelerated buy-back Some companies turn to a counter-intuitive strategy to return cash to shareholders: shorting their own stock. As companies with record cash on their balance sheets who embark on a spree of share buy-backs, a handful are using a tactic not seen since before the financial crisis, known as accelerated share repurchases (ASRs) or accelerated buy-backs (ABB). In a traditional buy-back, the company uses a broker to buy shares on the open market. It can take weeks or months to complete an announced buy-back. But with an accelerated repurchase, the company asks their broker to short the full amount immediately. In a standard short, the broker borrows shares from other holders, sells them, then later buys shares to return them to the original holder. In an ASR, the borrowed shares are not sold; the company retires them. The broker then buys shares to cover the short, with the company agreeing to cover any losses on the trade. There are several benefits to ASRs and other “structured221; buy-backs, in which companies use derivatives and other tools to engineer buy-backs to achieve pre-set price or volume targets. Accelerated repurchases can generate a bigger short-term boost to share prices, as investors might otherwise ignore a buy-back authorisation that could take years to execute. Some investors are wary of ASRs, as they immediately lower a company’s share count, and boost its apparent profitability on an earnings-per-share basis.
therealminotaur
25/9/2018
14:14
Correct jb
therealminotaur
25/9/2018
14:13
SP rocketing. Everyone in the know holds GKP for at least £65 per share.
gkphero
25/9/2018
14:01
Has the unseen hand lost control?
pensioner2
25/9/2018
13:05
im guessing posts on iii are removed bacause they are insinuating that the company are acting against Ftse rules by being part of a non compliant share scheme.They needn't bother - its just the desperate fantasy of a potless loser.
hearts5
25/9/2018
12:46
Oilman63 25 Sep '18 - 11:58 - 572552 of 572556 It's funny that you should mention that because I heard not long back from a friend that they wouldn't be surprised about a fund raiser for the 75k target. ----------------- LOL I hope you patted him on the back and gave him a doggie biscuit after he told you that sh1te .....
roverite12
25/9/2018
12:14
⛄⛄⛄;🎅🎅🎅🎅 731;️☃️☃ᥧ9;🤶🤶🤶 ObesePaddington25 Sep '18 - 09:50 - 572533 of 572541 0 6 0 Minotaur I agree highly likely With so much surplus cash and such a gaping imbalance in fundamental value and market value buying in equity cheaply is an obvious added value action Accelerated Share Repurchase programs using investment banks to quietly act for public companies are increasingly used to increase earnings per share, and if a sale deal is coming maximise shareholder value on sale.
therealminotaur
25/9/2018
12:13
⛄🎅c24;🎅🤶;☃️ ObesePaddington25 Sep '18 - 09:50 - 572533 of 572541 0 6 0 Minotaur I agree highly likely With so much surplus cash and such a gaping imbalance in fundamental value and market value buying in equity cheaply is an obvious added value action Accelerated Share Repurchase programs using investment banks to quietly act for public companies are increasingly used to increase earnings per share, and if a sale deal is coming maximise shareholder value on sale.
therealminotaur
25/9/2018
12:08
ho yeah, one last thing medway3 the link you provided would timeout after a few seconds for any black avatar chances are you are 'a double' for a blue avatar .... not too hard to guess who still on filter
s0rayad
25/9/2018
11:58
It's funny that you should mention that because I heard not long back from a friend that they wouldn't be surprised about a fund raiser for the 75k target. Or they could just keep pushing the current goals further back until the cash builds up. A bit like the disappearing 40k target. All my own opinion of course 😘
oilman63
25/9/2018
11:57
Medway the big criminals/fraudsters here were the SHAG'ers and those behind them if the cap fits.... now on filter you go
s0rayad
25/9/2018
11:29
There are some chunky buys going through this morning. Is it MW in damage limitation mode or GKP in acquisition mode - or both? Whoever it is they are controlling the share price well.
pensioner2
25/9/2018
11:21
Amazing that BB after all his BS posts thinks anyone will take him seriously, but when you are on 50p a post.......
nestoframpers
25/9/2018
11:07
Broadford Bay: I don’t understand what you are saying. On the one hand you are saying that GKP should “go for gold”, replacing the 55,000 bopd and subsequent 75,000 bopd investment programmes with a single 75,000 bopd programme. And you say that GKP should tell the market that they will issue more equity to fund that: “I did (because I still believe it would be, or would have been, a great way to regain the initiative, grasp the nettle and forge ahead) say that a future fundraising (share issue) would be the way to go and that we should skip the 55 target and go straight for the 75Mbopd. I still think that would have been a great move”. But now you suggest that GKP should also consider adding one or more assets in some other O&G jurisdiction, giving Africa as an example. Where would the money to pay for that come from? Buying a producing asset, giving a profit of e.g. £25 million per annum, might perhaps cost a quarter of a billion pounds. What would be the point? And as far as exploration is concerned, one needs a multi-well programme to provide the desired “running room” in case the first wells are duds. Which of course they usually are. It’s like a graveyard out there! The cost of a multi-well offshore programme would be colossal. And GKP have no resources to undertake anything of the sort. It would take years, and very probably end up delivering nothing. As far as accelerating the 75,000 bopd programme - beyond what GKP have said for the 55,000 bopd timescale - how? The current programme is due to achieve 55,000 bopd by the end of 2019. That programme includes drilling four Jurassic producer wells. Are you suggesting that the four further producer wells, which are part of the 55,000 bopd to 75,000 bopd uplift, be brought forward into 2019? Making e.g. 8 such wells in a single year? That would surely represent a massive programme - how many drilling rigs would that require?
oil_investor
25/9/2018
10:49
No matter how much the fat lady warms up nestoframpers you'll never see your initial investment back will you? And you've been coming out with that nonsense from £4 to a penny Your ever ramping buddy didn't feel the pain the majority of investors felt despite telling investors to hold on. He was LENDING people money so they could take up the open offer. Coincidence?
medway3
25/9/2018
10:43
Can't get the ball go for the man. Is the fat lady warming up?
nestoframpers
25/9/2018
10:42
ObesePaddington25 Sep '18 - 09:50 - 572533 of 572541 0 6 0 Minotaur I agree highly likely With so much surplus cash and such a gaping imbalance in fundamental value and market value buying in equity cheaply is an obvious added value action Accelerated Share Repurchase programs using investment banks to quietly act for public companies are increasingly used to increase earnings per share, and if a sale deal is coming maximise shareholder value on sale.
therealminotaur
25/9/2018
10:40
Follow the conversations for yourself. A few of the prominent holders of the time are likely to also have the same account as I've been given. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/max-petroleum-MXP/share-chat?page=1006 MXP is delisted now
medway3
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