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Indus Gas Limited

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Indus Gas Limited LSE:INDI London Ordinary Share GG00B39HF298 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 195.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
180.00 210.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Drilling Oil And Gas Wells 53.71 35.21 19.20 3.31 116.07
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 195.00 GBX

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30/12/202212:01INDUS GAS151
13/12/201911:40Out of India1
02/8/201811:08Indian Plays4
02/8/201810:58The India Thread21

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Posted at 13/12/2019 11:40 by noirua
IIP buy price at 2p with trading slow this morning. Moves very speedily indeed and one to get into quickly if interested. Only 2p and NAV at 22p - target 11p at a 50% discount to NAV...
Posted at 02/8/2018 11:08 by noirua
IIP - NAV 35.1p as of September 2017 - current buy price at 4.5p - discount of 87% per share. Fair discount at 25% to 35% = 22p - 26p.
Posted at 02/8/2018 10:58 by noirua
IIP -Infrastructure India PLC NAV 35.1p as of September 2017 - current buy price at 4.5p - discount of 87% per share. Fair discount at 25% to 35% = 22p - 26p.
Posted at 25/6/2015 08:17 by 21trader
Does Advfn know you use several names at the same time 65jack/singer8/twitterman/enviropaul and the moment you sell a share you start
deramping it like CPX ???

Posted at 25/6/2015 08:14 by 65jack
INDI moving up. CEO bought £23m worth of shares yesterday. Yes £23m!!
Posted at 24/6/2015 22:11 by 21trader

It's 130p a share, at 10.4p EPS that makes it around a 12 PER not 8 and at 28p
that makes it PER of near 5 not 3

Posted at 26/3/2015 18:56 by keya5000
Don't think the share price would have gone up like that if it was VOG they are looking at!

Sorry temmujin but I think the whispers are in your head again.

Posted at 18/1/2015 01:28 by dibbs
Sanks, you still planning to enter this at 112p? I reckon you'll get it soon, the way this is falling! Revenue has been so slow to build here to support the sort of valuation afforded to INDI in recent years. Can they/ will they ever deliver I have no idea!


Posted at 13/4/2012 18:25 by networker
I appreciate that posting on this thread is sporadic at best. However, it seems that someone knows something judging by the strange price action of the last week or so. The shares had been climbing in a rising trend since last Nov, but have suddenly stalled and today seemed to capitulate. I have observed some chunky trades in the last month or so, which implies that institutions have to be involved. Has a big shareholder now turned bearish, or is it just aggressive profit taking?
Posted at 12/2/2011 16:37 by networker
Has everyone now deserted this thread? It seems strange as INDI have recently done a £125m secondary placing ( from the majority shareholder ) at 650p and the share price continues to rise - helped no doubt by Arden's (house broker) current price target of 873p. This figure they say may be materially enhanced when the results of ongoing fraccing activities on SGL1 and SGL2 are known. Worth noting too that Lloyds have continued to increase their holding and now have over 12 per cent, worth a chunky £165m. This must be one of the least known and best performing shares on AIM, certainly amongst the £500m+ market cap companies. My personal price target currently is £10 but may be revised upwards in due course.
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