Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petrofac LSE:PFC London Ordinary Share GB00B0H2K534 ORD USD0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.20p +0.77% 547.80p 548.00p 548.60p 553.40p 539.40p 542.40p 1,435,564 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 6,375.7 81.0 0.2 2,617.2 1,894.91

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19/1/2018
11:14
RNS today says Deutsche Bank have increased holding to 2.52% from below notifiable threshold.
bouleversee
18/1/2018
16:41
For anyone interested in TA. We have had a sharp rise in the S/P of PFC lately. RSI was a bit over heated. I had a good look today at the long term Chart of PFC. The S/P at the moment is trading over the 200 Day SMA and 50 Day SMA. I think in February the Golden Cross will form. A very good sign in TA. (Golden Cross is formed when the 50 Day SMA crosses the 200 Day SMA going upwards). I am expecting a very good move upwards in February in PFC..... S/P. I am not at all bothered with the daily gyrations of PFC.... S/P. Oil price going up and down has that effect. AIMHO. NAI. GLA.
callmebwana
18/1/2018
11:16
Wow, that's a big jump considering market is generally down at the moment. Wonder what's in the wind.
bouleversee
17/1/2018
22:44
The longer oil stays strong the more 700p looks very possible.
its the oxman
17/1/2018
22:39
Barclays Capital 17/01 Reiterates Overweight Overweight 600.00p Numis 15/01 Reiterates Buy Buy 700.00p
foot in mouth
17/1/2018
15:29
Barclays Capital: Reiterates Overweight today Target 600.00
ted1066
17/1/2018
13:23
regarding point 4 ignore the term "net debt" when looking at stocks, it means nothing and is very misleading and it does not show the full picture Need to look at "Current Assets minus Current Liabilities minus Non-Current Liabilities" and compare that to annual profits. If it would take the company more than 2 or 3 years to clear those liabilities, stay well clear. you can work this out from the balance sheet in the interim and annual/final reports following my advice is not easy, most people can't do it, it's much easier for them to follow the latest hot tip in the newspaper or in shares magazine
spob
17/1/2018
13:15
Chelsea If you know what you are doing there are some good AIM companies whilst there are many FTSE 350 companies that I wouldn't touch with a bargepole So you need to look at any company on an individual basis A few things for you or anyone new to investing. 1. Do not invest in Hope/Jam tomorrow stocks (you want stocks that are making profits today) 2. Do not invest in oil, gas, mining stocks (far too many pitfalls, i could go on all day) 3. Do not invest in AIM stocks which are not based in the UK (fraud is very common) 4. Stay well clear of companies with huge liabilities relative to annual profits (see next post) Generally holding all your money in two stocks is bad. However if your portfolio is still small in relation to your annual income then that's okay because you know you can quickly replace those funds should you lose them. If it would take you years to replace those funds then no more than 10% in any one stock.
spob
17/1/2018
02:14
Chelsea... While I would somewhat agree with Cumnor's wise advice, if you want another interesting oil Co to punt you might like to take a look at Tullow Oil TLW, a share I follow which last week put out a good upbeat trading update and is well undervalued IMHO... DYOR PFC had an unusually volatile day today. Some big trades, higher than normal volume and ups and downs, Around midday it hit 574 only to take a slide down all the way past 540.. at which time I took the opportunity to take a little top-up and was pleased when it came back to close @ 552... something is going on! GLA!!
cybernest53
16/1/2018
23:44
Chelsea-half, and the other half in a 'similar' company? Do you think that's wise 'investing'? Hopefully you have loads of other assets just in case.
cumnor
16/1/2018
23:28
Can anyone advise me on similar shares like PFC to do some research on, and ultimately, invest in medium-term please?! I have half of my portfolio here long-term, but still looking to invest the other half in similar companies. 2 key tests I'm looking for are the share price is currently trading at a discount for whatever reason (like PFC), but more importantly, it is a dividend-paying company. I'm currently exploring GSK and AZN, but they are currently on a spike and it's taking ages to get down to a price I can comfortably buy in at. I only invest in FTSE companies, I have no interest whatsoever in gambling away my money on the AIMarket.
chelsea81
16/1/2018
16:50
A bit of a down day today. Let PFC take a breather before starting the next leg up. There is nice Doji at the bottom of the Chart.I expect the Share Price to move up on open. NAI. GLA.
callmebwana
16/1/2018
10:33
The Shorts are getting the message here now. They are going to have to buy over £6, to get out. I love a Short squeeze. They have made enough from the time they started to Short PFC. They should go home now. Nice RNS,T/O /Sale of North Sea assets?Oil price going up. What is there not to like about PFC ? O/T. Very nice Trading Update from AAZ this morning.DYOR and NAI. GLA.
callmebwana
15/1/2018
20:17
Nice sea of red on the short-tracker (i.e. latest change a reduction), with only Systematica bucking the trend. JP Morgan down a chunky 0.18% on 11th January and AQR down a less impressive 0.04% on 12th. Still 7.4% aggregate declared shorts according to the tracker (plus whatever is under the 0.5% disclosure threshold), so good conditions for a real squeeze if we can get the right oil price / contract / M&A rumour environment. hTtps://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B0H2K534/
1gw
15/1/2018
17:13
Chelsea81. I think Institutional investors have woken up to the potential here.IMV.
callmebwana
15/1/2018
16:53
As much as I enjoy the recent sustained rises, I can't help but wonder what could be attributable to these sudden sustained rises? This share price has been bobbing like a yo-yo for months without any reasonable rise even though the fundamentals have been rock-solid, but for the past 2 weeks, every day has ended in the blue. Let's enjoy the rise whilst it lasts, and fervently hope that it takes us all the way to 1000p. When compared to the sustained rises recently witnessed, the dividend expected in April will be some extra beer money!
chelsea81
15/1/2018
15:15
Quite a few consecutive blue days now.
binarypilot
15/1/2018
14:24
The Gap will close. TA works very well most times. As Paa65 post. The Gap will close it is all a question of when now? This share price will be trading above £6 before long.AIMHO.NAI. Enjoy. :o) Patience is required here now. GLA.
callmebwana
15/1/2018
13:36
Fascinating test of what really happens when share price reaches a previous gap, is coming up right now. On 24th May, share price hit a low of 603.5 and closed at 615. On the 25th May came the RNS about the poor cooperation with SFO, and suspension-resignation of COO. SP opened at 547 and rose to a high of 557.5, before closing at 430. So there were no trades at all between 557.5 and 603.5 TA theory suggests there should be little or no resistance between those two levels. Wait and see.
paa65
15/1/2018
11:53
And watching IMM eh nyboy
husbod
15/1/2018
11:19
Any shorts remaining must be feeling well hot & sticky under their collars lol The rise was expected after the inverted H&S popped up on the charts in the autumn. All good here back to more beach walks sunrises & sunsets, feel relaxed & refreshed.
ny boy
15/1/2018
10:02
Roger. Wishing you all the best for this year. Yes we all made good out of PAYS.Perhaps better returns this year. Good luck. Apologies in advance for O/T.
callmebwana
15/1/2018
09:47
Cheers, Made a lot of money from PAYS , invested it in these along with TAP & CAML . Hoping for same returns!!!
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