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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hardy Oil & Gas Plc LSE:HDY London Ordinary Share GB00B09MB366 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.00 5.00 6.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -43.2 -58.4 - 4

Hardy Oil & Gas Share Discussion Threads

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21/2/2011
15:12
a very good example that with SETS share you dont need actual demand, its the value that is changing by DMA participants. Only 27 trades mostly DMA. http://news.outlookindia.com/item.aspx?712601
aleks_atanasov
21/2/2011
14:55
wow, some movement at last... just came out of auction
dubwise
21/2/2011
11:47
lol this moved a bit
aleks_atanasov
21/2/2011
11:40
Up to hardy to let investors know how this will effect the company, if any.
ferries5
21/2/2011
10:57
BP is taking stake in Reliance operations in India. http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=46549098&symbol=bp.
aleks_atanasov
18/2/2011
14:04
Drifting lower on next to no volume again...
dubwise
11/2/2011
15:26
Forgive me dubwise, my comment was a response to that of Daytraders.
ipw
11/2/2011
14:08
Forgive me I didn't read it properly Other holders here should chime in now and again though, this thread is like a ghost town at the moment
dubwise
11/2/2011
13:27
Why don't you read the news release! "(13.499%) are under the control of Scottish Widows Investment Partnership Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottish Widows Investment Partnership Group Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottish Widows Group Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lloyds Tsb Bank plc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group plc" Scottish Widows being a pension fund.
ipw
11/2/2011
11:55
well it aint lloyds really, its people just buying shares through lloyds online and bank, as most are indirect, saying that thou, it looks like the last buy was direct.
daytraders
11/2/2011
11:08
yep from 12.32% ,i hope they will tell us when we will drill D3 on 16 Mar
aleks_atanasov
11/2/2011
10:57
Looks like Lloyds have increased their stake
dubwise
08/2/2011
15:22
goofball25 - 4 Feb'11 - 10:07 - 1413 of 1414 bought in this morn. Hoping 140 is the floor as selling seems done for now. Well there doesn't seem to be any selling going on any more... just some cautious buyers... this is still under everyone's radar but not for long!
dubwise
04/2/2011
14:12
seems very cheap down here, it's been drifting lower on next-to-no volume for quite some time now... a few large buys and this will fly back up
dubwise
04/2/2011
10:07
bought in this morn. Hoping 140 is the floor as selling seems done for now.
goofball25
02/2/2011
15:28
totally agree...this is herd mentality, sheep following sheep. but hey, if investors want to sell at a loss at the bottom of the market let them . I am more than happy to pick up shares at this price. looking forward to hearing news on D3 spud soon and then the share price should recover. anyway ive always been here for the long term. India is a emerging super power. With a significant shortfall in the domestic energy requirements ,the market and infrastructure are already in place. As you rightly say cumnor, Hardy has already had success on D3, is working with a significant local player , and is committed to the long term development of its assets in India....sp at 145p ..a steal ..more for me please...thank you
drachen
02/2/2011
13:17
Like all good investment houses Goldman puts a sell note on hdy now the share price has practically halved on no news, save one dry hole out of many in a field where I belive their input is 10% and costs were way below expectd. These genuises would'nt of course advise clients when the share price was much higher and now are telling them long after the share price has fallen and the market has way more than discounted the news. Hdy of course are sitting on several discoveries which will eventually be linked in to Indian network (where they are well connected I believe) and are involved with a huge local partner in several fields with great potential. I have a buy rating on it, have done so after recent falls. GS has no more a clue than the next man and are charging clients a fortune for average guys who can't cut it in their own businesses to write such claptrap. imo dyor
cumnor
01/2/2011
22:30
bout 145 now...
chopsy
31/1/2011
23:38
totally agree...still follow the des bb even though I came out years ago...they have one rattle of the dice left I reckon, yet the blind optimism PI' s have after all these years of waiting ..its unbelievable ..the future is here in India not the Falklands.
drachen
31/1/2011
21:24
Desire is a classic over hyped stock - massive amount of interest, massive amount of ramping, large amount of buying, but then, when it isn't what they all hoped it would be, large amount of selling and back to where they started.
dubwise
31/1/2011
14:11
re results interim results for Jan-June usually published beginning of August, full year results usually published within the first few days of March. agree abour unloved..have never understood it, especially when you look at its potential. Yet PI's would rather throw their money away on no hopers,(Desire springs to mind) Hopefully hear sometime this month about the scheduled spudding of the next well on D3 though and that should help the share price recover.
drachen
31/1/2011
12:20
Unloved as usual today - drifting on no volume... very much under the radar this one it seems
dubwise
28/1/2011
14:04
Yes all very interesting i must say... do you when the next set of results are due?
dubwise
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