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PFC Petrofac Limited

28.02
-0.18 (-0.64%)
Last Updated: 13:30:59
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petrofac Limited 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
  -0.18 -0.64% 28.02 27.74 28.26 28.48 28.02 28.30 427,522 13:30:59
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Oil & Gas Field Services,nec 2.59B -310M -0.5996 -0.47 144.86M
Petrofac Limited is listed in the Oil & Gas Field Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PFC. The last closing price for Petrofac was 28.20p. Over the last year, Petrofac shares have traded in a share price range of 14.60p to 87.50p.

Petrofac currently has 517,000,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Petrofac is £144.86 million. Petrofac has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.47.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/2/2024
13:31
When shorts start closing, this should spring up very sharply.
At the moment it is the most shorted stock.

fuji99
27/2/2024
09:09
Copy from LSE Board FYI. "Petrofac - Project Front Runner???Today 02:59Google news search of Petrofac brings this new article up, could they be the front runner? Unfortunately I don't have access to full article. Be great if they are as ONGC plan to spend $11 billion on various projects. If it is Petrofac hopefully doesn't exacerbate cash flow problems."Https://www.upstreamonline.com/field-development/front-runner-emerges-for-prized-ongc-offshore-gas-development-project/2-1-1603800ReplyRecommendRepor
dipa11
26/2/2024
19:35
Looks like someone may be closing The BOD carry on , business as usual, nothing to report until Asset saleNon controlling stake Refinancing Joint ventureTakeover Contract award Equity raise not convinced D4E def not convinced last option Feels like BOD are in no rush , bonds 2.5years away GL
armbar
26/2/2024
18:04
Load up.....follow the money!
wellbutpoor
26/2/2024
11:40
Don't think the treatment is working at present
investtofly
26/2/2024
10:41
Come on PFC show RNS...!!!
halfpenny
26/2/2024
09:10
RE: "Has Lodgeview gone missing?"

Hes been sectioned, check out the link below!

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leggytrader
23/2/2024
18:06
Posted by EvolveiMS on lse...Nvidia Stock Surge Causes $3 Billion Loss for Short SellersToday 17:11The surge in Nvidia Corp. shares on Thursday has left short sellers with about $3 billion in paper losses, according to an analysis by S3 Partners LLC, which called it an "AI generated nightmare" for bearish traders. The mark-to-market losses are another blow for contrarians who argued that Nvidia's sky-high valuations and speculative fever had all the makings of a market bubble about to pop. The chipmaker is the third-largest US short with $18.3 billion of shares that have been borrowed and sold, according to S3. "The early mark-to-market losses were inescapable for many short sellers that were looking to trim their positions after NVDA's earnings report," Ihor Dusaniwsky, managing director of predictive analytics at S3, wrote in the note. "Short sellers will probably wait a bit to look for more favorable exit points." The rally in Nvidia sparked broader gains across the US chip industry. Short sellers had a one-day paper loss of $4.3 billion from semiconductor stocks, S3 data showed. Semiconductors are the worst-performing sector for short sellers this year, with mark-to-market losses of $7.2 billion in February.
secretsqu
23/2/2024
15:10
He Didn't pay the bill for data ? Connection blackout lol
blackhorse23
23/2/2024
14:03
Whites, mosts of the short were taken out with the price 120p to 100p months ago, a few will have jumped on board much lower, likely lodgeview is in that category.

They are completely in control, the highs are getting lower and this will drift downwards.

noramping
23/2/2024
13:56
He has not been paid for the post?So he is out.
dipa11
23/2/2024
13:09
whites123

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wellbutpoor
23/2/2024
12:39
The current trend suggests that the stock price is stabilising in the range of 28-30p. Despite low trade volumes, it seems that the short positions held by bucket shop gambling houses, are not eager to increase their positions. These shorts, representing 11.5% of the total shares, appear to be more of a risky gamble for them, given the lack of enthusiasm to add more.

One notable reduction in short interest, accounting for a mere 0.08%, came from Helikon Investments in St James, London. However, this seemingly small reduction equates to over 413,000 closed-out positions. It's worth noting that these bucket shops will face losses as the stock price rises. Some of them may have initiated short positions when the share price was lower, resulting in potential losses from their original entry prices. Additionally, any shorts taken out during the days when the stock was priced at £1.00 will diminish their profit margins unless closed out.

Looking forward, the possibility of a significant price surge is suggested, particularly with potential contract news on the horizon. Despite concerns raised by shorts about the company possibly breaking covenants, there has been no adverse development in the past three months. Instead, the stock price has strengthened from around 15p to nearly double that amount. If retail investors become more optimistic about the prospects of the company, a substantial short squeeze could unfold.

PFC = STRONG BUY

whites123
23/2/2024
11:49
He's worn the O V E R buttons out on his keyboard.
npk2
23/2/2024
09:30
Has Lodgeview gone missing?
investtofly
22/2/2024
09:18
And the ramper is back I see.
geckotheglorious
22/2/2024
08:56
Some of us are in touch with PFC IR, and for those who aren't, you're not missing much. Since the SFO fiasco a few years back, PFC has not only stepped up their game but is setting the standard for compliance.
Sure, trade volumes are down, leading to higher volatility, but PFC seems content around the 28-30p mark. Personally, I think it should be triple or quadruple that, but there are spread betters at £10 per point who seem to think the company is bankrupt – utter nonsense.

Calls for PFC to clarify their cash position are unnecessary. If there were any risks to covenants, the market would know.
The contracts they're winning are top-notch, their technology is cutting-edge, and global heavyweights are lining up to do business with them.
Takeover talk is always in the air, with Middle Eastern powerhouses eyeing PFC. Strategic joint ventures and non-crucial asset sales are possibilities, and legacy payments are rolling in. Milestone payments are on track, and there are various financing strategies to stabilize things.
The notion that D4E is to be used and would decimate the share price is a foolish belief.
The 11.5% shorts held by bucket shop entities are more of a gamble than a sign.
The world is demanding PFC's services, and like a phoenix, they will rise again.

PFC = STRONG BUY

Buy Low To Reap The BIGGEST Rewards

whites123
22/2/2024
07:59
Dogger it's you, from the other site
sir_shortdalot
21/2/2024
19:38
By the powers vested in me, I hearby declare the presence of numerous Nigerians dressed in classy lingerie. Beware.
mr number9
21/2/2024
16:47
How much did you lose ey? Come on, tell us. You're a complete failure and a real tw@! I'm glad you've lost everything on your failed stock picks. Love it!
lodgeview
21/2/2024
16:25
Neither is the absence of Whites123 intra day Pumping!!!!
geckotheglorious
21/2/2024
16:11
The low volumes are not helping the share price....
kulvinder
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