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GKP Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd

151.20
0.30 (0.20%)
24 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.30 0.20% 151.20 151.10 151.50 154.20 150.00 154.20 802,549 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs 123.51M -11.5M -0.0394 -51.27 590.05M
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is listed in the Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GKP. The last closing price for Gulf Keystone Petroleum was 150.90p. Over the last year, Gulf Keystone Petroleum shares have traded in a share price range of 81.70p to 155.60p.

Gulf Keystone Petroleum currently has 292,105,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Gulf Keystone Petroleum is £590.05 million. Gulf Keystone Petroleum has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -51.27.

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15/5/2024
17:15
Herrrrowww
pittcock
15/5/2024
17:11
On day 418 on no pipe for the sludge/quality oil here are the headlines.
No Oil law,
No budget law,
The company isn't sold,
No offers, hostile, friendly, by agreement, arranged, none, no one is interested,
The begging letters didn't achieve anything,
The visits to the WH haven't achieved anything,
The Waterman didn't achieve what it was alleged he wanted,
The Yanks aren't banging any heads,
The PSC's are still illegal,
No new terms have been offered,
Still no progress achieved after 14 months of meets,
No divis,
And the share price is still at 1p.

And now the weather, its very sunny in London.
And now I'll hand you over to Carroll in Stockport for some more BS and lies.

bigdog5
15/5/2024
17:09
https://twitter.com/john78846295/status/1790748190473338961?t=MIcIHL3KJKCLKUuQHvqvlw&s=19Iraq & US dicuss re-exporting #Kurdistan oil. Iraqi PM met with US Assistant Secretary of State for Global Energy Policy to discuss energy including resumption of exports. US delegation will visit Erbil tomorrow.
luckyclicker
15/5/2024
17:07
#704455

😭😭😭

steephill cove
15/5/2024
16:57
From John on TwitterMain story: The US delegation, which met with Iraqi officials today and will visit Erbil tomorrow, will meet with senior officials of the Kurdistan Region.What is expected: After the visit of the US delegation to Baghdad and Erbil, the procedures for the resumption of oil exports will be accelerated.https://www.ava.news/news/5918
luckyclicker
15/5/2024
16:09
Only on the chips mate 🍟
0ili0
15/5/2024
16:03
Sore fingerU wann sore finger?
pittcock
15/5/2024
15:44
#gkp #gkptakeover@Gulf_Keystone are fighting off a hostile approach+forcing an entity to bid it up.ORthey have a done deal TBA + buyback is a stabilisation program , protecting market pre RNS.Either way look at last buyback, as I highlight both for you.1/2
redbed
15/5/2024
15:37
#gkp #gkptakeover@Gulf_Keystone are fighting off a hostile approach+forcing an entity to bid it up.ORthey have a done deal TBA + buyback is a stabilisation program , protecting market pre RNS.Either way look at last buyback, as I highlight both for you.1/2
redbed
15/5/2024
15:33
I could see blood dripping - you must be suffering - go and pray and everything will be forgiven for all your lies
stevensupertrader
15/5/2024
15:32
beernut1, here is a copy of the relevant part of Theoryman’s only post of the day.

It reflects two different POSITIVE viewpoints, one for someone going Long at 140p today and the other for someone going Short at the same price.

Where is the negativity? At the stage it was posted no one knew which one will get what they hoped for and still don’t.

Looks to me like someone who has a grip on why markets work, different views about the outcome from the same price level.

“What were people who bought at circa 140p this morning hoping for? 

142p gets breached, resistance level cracked, indicators scream Buy, the herd join in, leaving behind two unclosed gaps - a runaway wooosh trend continuation. Anyone Short hiding above 142p would get caught in a Short Squeeze adding more fuel to the fire as they buy back. 

What were people who went Short at circa 140p hoping for? 

142p turns out to be rock solid. The two unclosed gaps tempt people into thinking they are bog standard gaps that will get closed relatively quickly. People who are Long from much lower Sell, taking profits, and drive the Price down, more selling etc…”

pscrulesok
15/5/2024
15:12
Nah ChineseSteven, I'm not feeling pain unlike you when BigdogSarah5IQ bends you over.
johnbuysghost
15/5/2024
15:11
I am ristening
pittcock
15/5/2024
15:01
Simon Watkins getting something written soon? 🤔
0ili0
15/5/2024
14:59
SP chart showing it will definitely fall back under £1.30.
Don’t be carried away - anyone bought today over £1.35 is nursing with a sore wound .
Johnbuyghost is feeling the deep wound pain - serve him right for not listening 😆

stevensupertrader
15/5/2024
14:17
Baghdad finally releases April salaries for Kurdistan Region's public servants
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According to a statement from the ministry, the funds were released upon the directives of Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani and the approval of Finance Minister Taif Sami. The statement added that the release is in line with a ruling by the Federal Supreme Court.
The funds will be distributed to civil servants in the Kurdistan Region, as well as to recipients of social welfare benefits, including the disabled, retirees, and families of martyrs and victims of the Anfal campaign. The funds will also cover contracts and entitlements for various offices in the Kurdistan Region.
In February, Iraq's top court ordered the federal government to cover public sector salaries in the northern autonomous region, where some workers have gone without pay for months.
Civil servants have taken the regional and national authorities to court and demonstrated over unpaid salaries in Kurdistan, where officials have long accused Baghdad of not sending the necessary funds.
In a ruling aired on state television, the Supreme Court said the central administration would pay government workers, employees at public institutions, social benefit recipients and pensioners directly, instead of through the regional administration.
Court chief Jassem al-Omeiri said public entities "should coordinate directly with the federal government's finance ministry to implement" the change.
The case was brought by civil servants in Sulaimaniyah, the autonomous region's second city, where hundreds of teachers have also taken to the streets in recent weeks to demand compensation for unpaid salaries from last year.
In September Baghdad had agreed to increase funds allocated to Iraqi Kurdistan, saying it would provide the northern region with three annual payments of 700 billion dinars (about $535 million).
Thanks to oil exports, the region previously had independent funding that partly covered salaries.
But a dispute involving the federal government and Turkey, through which the oil had been exported, has blocked that source of income for the regional administration since late March.
Iraqi Kurdistan and Baghdad later agreed in principle that sales of Kurdish oil would pass through the federal government. In exchange, 12.6 percent of Iraq's public spending will go to the autonomous region.
The court in its ruling also ordered the Kurdish administration to hand over "all its oil and non-oil revenues" to the federal government, and an audit of relevant accounts.
With oil revenues gone, Kurdistan's current main source of revenue is tax collected at border crossings with neighboring countries including Iraq and Turkiye, two of Iraq's main regional trade partners.

beernut1
15/5/2024
14:15
Straycat Putup and theoryman all typing negatives as fast as they can to keep any positive talk off the LSE bb.
Nerves must be in shreds. 🤣

beernut1
15/5/2024
14:02
Ronery, doncha just love it c
fardels bear
15/5/2024
13:57
HerrrroowwwwwI'm so ronery
pittcock
15/5/2024
13:31
Stevensuper✊💦

Back buzzing around GKP for a quick penny short trade like a 🪰on💩

🪰🥊

steephill cove
15/5/2024
13:11
Scottysupertrader gets gobby when the share price is down 0.66% Is your short position safe now?
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