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GKP Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd

-1.10 (-0.79%)
29 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd GKP London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-1.10 -0.79% 138.00 16:35:19
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
141.00 136.70 143.80 138.00 139.10
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Posted at 29/5/2024 09:49 by worldquant
#gkp #gkptakeover@Gulf_Keystonefarce continues( not much longer BTW)Lets explore why we need to massively incentivise CEO to hang around for just another 6 months 😉We don't!Buyers have as a condition of sale hence they get 6 months guaranteed handover from the main man..
Posted at 29/5/2024 09:07 by worldquant
#gkp #gkptakeover
farce continues
( not much longer BTW)
Lets explore why we need to massively incentivise CEO to hang around for just another 6 months 😉
We don't!
Buyers have as a condition of sale hence they get 6 months guaranteed handover from the main man.

Posted at 28/5/2024 15:04 by worldquant
#gkp #gkptakeoverWondering why@Gulf_Keystonearen't buying zillions?Because 'Buyback Program' ='Stabilisation program'Telling naughty entities - upset mkt in our securityWe will buy it all.All pre most obvious + possibly highest premium takeover in LSE history.
Posted at 28/5/2024 12:48 by worldquant
#gkp #gkptakeover
Wondering why
aren't buying zillions?
Because 'Buyback Program' ='Stabilisation program'
Telling naughty entities - upset mkt in our security
We will buy it all.
All pre most obvious + possibly highest premium takeover in LSE history.
Posted at 28/5/2024 08:38 by worldquant
#gkp #gkptakeover
7 days on and no further buybacks

Yet 😉
I will update as and when.
We have a "stabilisation program" pre Black Swan corporate news.
Stops any entity trying to be naughty 😇
Posted at 27/5/2024 13:32 by worldquant
The new owners will be financing the future developments.#gkp #gkptakeoverUpdate IN mkt buyback if any on TuesSomeone worked book daily for 18mths!Stopped 4 weeks agoMost value accretive action@Gulf_Keystonecould do to max T/O profits was use proxy to buy in😜🤞it was there proxy working book!Impact of 40m 55m extra buy ins !
Posted at 20/5/2024 19:54 by shortsqueezer
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Amid these conditions, companies with high insider ownership can be particularly noteworthy as they often indicate a strong commitment from those most familiar with the company's potential and challenges.Top 10 Growth Companies With High Insider Ownership In The United KingdomClick here to see the full list of 62 stocks from our Fast Growing UK Companies With High Insider Ownership screener.We'll examine a selection from our screener results.Gulf Keystone Petroleum (LSE:GKP)Simply Wall St Growth Rating: ??????Overview: Gulf Keystone Petroleum Limited is focused on the exploration, development, and production of oil and gas in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, with a market capitalization of approximately £290.43 million.Operations: The company generates its revenue primarily from the exploration and production of oil and gas, totaling $123.51 million.Insider Ownership: 10.6%Earnings Growth Forecast: 54.6% p.a.Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP) is trading at 70.2% below its estimated fair value, signaling potential undervaluation. Despite recent challenges, including a significant revenue drop to US$123.51 million in 2023 from US$460.11 million the previous year and shifting from a net income to a loss of US$11.5 million, GKP is forecasted to grow its revenue by 24.1% annually and become profitable within three years. The expected high return on equity of 31.8% further underscores its growth prospects amidst recovery efforts.Take a closer look at Gulf Keystone Petroleum's potential here in our earnings growth report.In light of our recent valuation report, it seems possible that Gulf Keystone Petroleum is trading beyond its estimated value.IWG (LSE:IWG)Simply Wall St Growth Rating: ??????Overview: IWG plc operates globally, offering workspace solutions across the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific, with a market capitalization of approximately £2.08 billion.Operations: IWG's revenue is primarily generated from its operations in the Americas (£1.05 billion), Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (£1.32 billion), with additional contributions from Asia Pacific (£273 million) and Worka (£319 million).Insider Ownership: 28.9%Earnings Growth Forecast: 101.7% p.a.IWG is poised for significant earnings growth, with forecasts suggesting a 101.7% annual increase. Although its Return on Equity might remain modest at 11.6%, the company's revenue growth at 7.8% annually is expected to outpace the UK market average of 3.8%. Recent financials show a slight year-over-year revenue increase to US$912 million in Q1 2024, despite a challenging previous fiscal year marked by substantial losses. 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While its earnings growth is expected at 16.7% annually, slightly below significant levels, it still exceeds the UK market forecast of 13.3%. The company's Return on Equity is projected to reach a high of 37.2% in three years, indicating robust potential for efficiency and profitability.Navigate through the intricacies of Kainos Group with our comprehensive analyst estimates report here.The valuation report we've compiled suggests that Kainos Group's current price could be quite moderate.Next StepsDelve into our full catalog of 62 Fast Growing UK Companies With High Insider Ownership here.Have a stake in these businesses? 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Posted at 20/5/2024 07:55 by meanreverter
I like to think that all the shares I hold are undervalued; I would not hold them otherwise. (Of course, the respective company managers agree with me; they would —wouldn't they?) I also like dividends — not least, so that I can invest them as I please. While that might be in the company issuing the dividend, it could well be in another company. Even if I believed the issuing company to offer the best value at present, I wouldn't necessarily want my investment funds to flow to it: diversification to reduce risk is also important.

Such decisions relate to my own position, and I prefer to make them myself rather than let company managers make them for me. For this reason, I prefer dividends to buybacks.

Although the above is written in the first person, because I don't want to presume on others who may think differently, it is based on what I believe to be common sense and undisputed observation.
Posted at 17/5/2024 12:00 by bobgray51
Buybacks and dividends amount to the same thing. They both return value to the shareholder. In buybacks this is by reducing the number of total shares in circulation, and therefore the denominator that the company is valued by. Further, if the company share price is undervalued (as GKP currently is) then buybacks make much more sense than a dividend payment. It's a very sensible move by management. When the share price goes up when the pipeline opens, the relative value returned to the shareholder through the buyback will be much greater than a 4p dividend.
Posted at 14/5/2024 07:47 by worldquant
#gkp #gkptakeover No RNS ( 7:33) rgds repurchases?Did @Gulf_Keystone not buy any yesterday ?After great deal of failed attempts to understand this farce I think I now do ?Explain later,meanwhile auctioning my grandma to raise as much cash as I can to buy #gkp 1/2 TBC

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