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Petrofac LSE:PFC London Ordinary Share GB00B0H2K534 ORD USD0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.40p +1.17% 553.60p 895,844 16:35:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
554.20p 555.00p 559.20p 543.60p 543.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 4,734.74 33.32 -6.29 1,915.0

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2019-01-21 18:28:45553.6021,177117,235.87O
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2019-01-21 17:25:23554.437033,897.64O
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Petrofac Daily Update: Petrofac is listed in the Oil Equipment Services & Distribution sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PFC. The last closing price for Petrofac was 547.20p.
Petrofac has a 4 week average price of 443.60p and a 12 week average price of 442.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 679p while the 1 year low share price is currently 401.20p.
There are currently 345,912,747 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,334,639 shares. The market capitalisation of Petrofac is £1,914,972,967.39.
riviera1069: From Fool todayThe Petrofac (LSE: PFC) share price performance has been disappointing in recent weeks. It has dropped by over 20% since early October, with a weaker oil price outlook a contributing factor. A lower oil price could mean reduced profitability for the oil and gas sector, which may mean that activity levels are lower. As such, the financial prospects for the business may deteriorate to some degree.Of course, the fall in the company's valuation has not been as stark as that of Bitcoin. It has slumped by around 80% in the last year. Could Petrofac, alongside a smaller industry peer which released results on Monday, offer better recovery potential than the virtual currency? Or, is bitcoin a better investment during what is an uncertain period?Improving prospectsThe small-cap in question is SDX Energy (LSE: SDX). It's a North Africa-focused oil and gas company, with its third quarter update showing financial improvement versus the comparable period from the previous year. Net revenues increased by 50%, with a strong operational performance delivered across its North African portfolio.In Egypt, it was able to successfully complete a seven-well workover programme at North West Gemsa, with its production expected to be in line with guidance. It has also successfully completed the 240 square kilometre 3D acquisition programme in the Gharb Centre permit. Its cost is due to be in line with expectations, with the company continuing to see growth opportunities across its portfolio.Looking ahead, SDX Energy is expected to post improving profitability in the next couple of years so it has a forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of around 2, using 2019's net profit forecast. Therefore, while potentially risky, it may offer recovery potential, following a 40% share price fall in the last six months.Low valuationPetrofac's recovery potential also seems to be sound. The company has been able to improve its operational performance in recent quarters, reporting progress at a time when oil prices were buoyant. Now that they've fallen heavily in a matter of weeks, investors have become increasingly unsure about the prospects for the business. However, this could prove to be a buying opportunity, in my opinion, since the stock has a relatively low valuation, even in an industry where margins of safety are somewhat wide at the present time.For example, Petrofac has a P/E ratio of 7.8, using next year's forecast earnings. With its bottom line due to fall in the current year, and next year, it appears as though investors have factored in its financial prospects, at least to some degree. This could create an opportunity for investors, while a dividend yield of 5.8% from a payout that's covered 2.4 times by profit, indicates that the total return on offer could be high.Given that Bitcoin continues to lack real-world appeal, in terms of its size and lack of infrastructure, I believe Petrofac and other oil and gas shares may provide greater recovery potential. While risks are high, they seem to offer stronger fundamentals than the virtual currency.
pogue: wolfhound I said long ago that Trump wanted to keep the price of oil below $80 for the mid terms but he really does not have the power to command the oil price only to talk to the Saudis who also happen to want the price between $70 and $80, as they are not stupid enough to kill rising oil demand, problem is the high $ is eating into demand and Trump's policies are looking like causing a world wide recession which is also bad for demand. There are factors on the bull side off course. Regards the shorts reducing causing PFC to rise well PoO at beginning July was $72 its now $77 and is now falling just like PFC share price whilst the shorters are reducing now as well. Which is the more dominant trend I still think PoO as shorters reducing does not bring a share price down.
callmebwana: Pogue,good post by you. Trump can only do so much,he has other problems coming up as you say. I agree with you about the PoO bouncing between $70/80 for the time being. The PFC share price is going up.I think most share holders are happy holding it. I watched Wood Groups shares preforming well the other day after their results. I think the same will apply here. Good balance sheet,lower debit etc,etc. WG are also in the net with SFO same as PFC. Straits of Harmuz blocked and we could have a very big problem. What PoO then? I am watching and waiting to see how far Trump is prepared to go with Iran. Any share is a gamble to a certain degree. My PFC share holding is a gamble I am prepared to take I also like the Divi. In the end everyone to their own. Barclays have gone overweight with PFC @ £8.50 share price target. I think most of the recent holders will be happy with £7.50. Time will tell. GLA.
callmebwana: Pogue, I do agree with you to a degree, both have the SFO investigation ongoing. The PoO does have a bearing on the share price of both these CO's but not to a very large degree.There are also many variables between the two. What I like about PFC is that they are trying to make their balance sheet stronger.I don't look much into Wood Group as I am not invested there. When I see a rapid rise in PFC share price without any news it does make me wonder. OK, there is still a possibility of PFC winning a big contract in Iraq, the sale of North Sea assets etc,etc. So IMO the Shorts can get a bit nervous and move along to other pastures but they do have to buy the shares to get out. When they buy, the share price rises.I think the Shorts made the price go up to £640+ not the RNS or the PoO. LOL, we can agree to disagree. This post is AIMHO of course. NAI.
wolfhound1: I suspect we will see further increase in oil prices (post allied air stikes friday night) and PFC share price to rise - that will also push it past resistence levels and blue sky overhead..... I am hoping for 600p+ next week. GLA
callmebwana: Mr.5%. The $ has lost value.PFC reports in $$'s.Oil price is also down ! There are many reasons for the share price to fall. PFC share price is a rubber ball. Watch it bounce back up in a few days.
callmebwana: EdmondJ, tears I would think. I don't think PhD's count much in this market.Common sense is in short supply,LOL. I think they put the Short on thinking PFC share price would drop after the big rise we have had here in the s/p. Same as some posters on here sold out. LOL, we wait and see.Time will tell. I have been caught out doing TA with this share. I to thought it would fall when the RSI was over 70. On one Month's Chart the RSI is at 73.35, and on 3 Month's Chart it is at 80.33.Yet the share price is climbing ! ( RSI over 70 is overbought and under 30 is oversold using TA ) . TA don't seem to work on this share. GLA.
callmebwana: Shorts down again.From 7.61 now at 7.53%. AQR reduced again on the 29th of December. That is good news for PI's. Bit of a battle taking place at the £5.12 resistance level.I am sure PFC share price will overcome that. Possible RNS due soon. Big chit chat on LSE BB. DYOR. GLA.
ob1234: There is the crude oil inventories at 15.30 this afternoon. but I doubt it will have any impact on PFC. The share price looks like is trapped in a downward trend with some jumps whenever there is a news about contract win. The $30m contract win this morning didn't have big impact on share price as very small . Seems that only contracts with $1bn and more that could turn the trend around. (Or a takeover news :D) Will be interested on thoughts from Chartists to see what they think about PFC share price Chart!?
woodhawk: If any of you are with IGG Index, you can access their latest commentary on the PFC share price: "Our preference: our next up target stands at 524.25. Alternative scenario: below 411, expect 375 and 354. Comment: the RSI is above its neutrality area at 50. The MACD is above its signal line and negative. The MACD must break above its zero level to trigger further gains. Moreover, the stock is trading above both its 20 and 50 day MA (respectively at 428.63 and 444.84)."
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