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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Oil LSE:PMO London Ordinary Share GB00B43G0577 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.40p -6.78% 88.00p 87.95p 88.15p 95.10p 87.95p 93.10p 9,053,215 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1,095.9 124.1 13.6 6.7 722.98

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21/9/2017
06:46
Heaven help it then!
fireplace22
21/9/2017
06:41
Steve. Give TD a break. He is at the helm steering Catcher through the suez
leoneobull
21/9/2017
06:28
Polygon really big increase in their short position..
gregpeck7
21/9/2017
03:29
My broker still doesn't know how to exercise the warrants. I have cash waiting and have requested the action to be taken. They have acknowledged receipt of my instruction, but have said they are awaiting details from the co. and as yet nothing happening. Shoddy & incompetent! (OK, so what's new?) Looks like the Cat is waiting for it's turn (or perhaps waiting for them to drain the level in the canal a little so it can fit under the bridge.)
steve73
20/9/2017
22:54
Bought back in today. Oil looking structurally quite healthy. Fortunately for me the hedge funds, market makers, aliens etc have been keeping the price down by selling stock so they can buy more later and I've been able to tag along with that. Some US listed mid tiers catching a bid too, for example APA and MRO.
hpcg
20/9/2017
19:59
Catcher just arrived at Suez.
jelenko
20/9/2017
17:54
We've now gone to intermittent RNS re warrants due to low volume exercised so don't expect monthly updates at this time.
bakedbean57
20/9/2017
17:01
https://www.investegate.co.uk/prem-oil-fin-jersey---15kq-/rns/payment-option-notice/201709201630013394R/ Is this in respect of an interest payment or are they redeeming the whole bond issue? Guessing its interest? Havent had chance to read fully
nav_mike
20/9/2017
16:36
Starving you idiot go to bed !
emilio
20/9/2017
16:17
From a charting point of view, I guess every day they cant get the price to stay below 62p reinforces the idea that its has switched from resistance to support. Its really not a discussion we should be having as Brent goes above $56 though :(
nav_mike
20/9/2017
16:02
Really is insane.
gregpeck7
20/9/2017
15:44
Will we get a warrants update at month end? As that could be a big factor but we didn't get one at the end of last month as we were told we would be getting by PMOShoddy or shady?Neither does the reputation any good
begorrah88
20/9/2017
15:30
Oil up PMO down says it all. If this does not prove how corrupt the share dealings within PMO are, then they might as well disband the governing bodies.
marvin9
20/9/2017
15:28
Oh my gawd, Beggorbeyondbelief??????????? I have been saying how dodgy PMO management are for the last 2 years. TD has nothing to say because what he says has no value or weight. The lenders have all the say and run the ship. He is nothing more than a squeaky hand puppet, and struggles to play that role. Look! If we sacked TD and employed a little Monkey we would save on massive wages and would not have to award comical pay rises for failure.
marvin9
20/9/2017
15:27
Another big buy above the offer. How long can they manipulate this. Surely a coiled spring.
gregpeck7
20/9/2017
15:21
Keep the faith folks. I share Mikes view. We can only console ourselves that with Brent at $56, PMO should be generating $160m+ of free cash a year even without Catcher
american idiot
20/9/2017
14:59
Looking at the order book, you would think oil is going lower not higher 1.29m buys v 879k sell orders, but there are two what I think of as 'bogus' buy orders totalling 550k at prices that are very unlikely to be hit, so they are distorting matters Its becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy...people see the order book being 'managed' so dont bother and the bid side gets weaker, making it easier for the order book to be managed... Lets be honest, no one who has held these when oil was in the low to mid 40s would have thought we'd be stuck at 62p when oil was $55+
nav_mike
20/9/2017
14:54
begorrah, Money talks, and big money usually has the final say. PI's are but cannon-fodder to them. Cash
cashandcard
20/9/2017
14:48
We also know that positive RNS have only had a temporary(at best) impact on the share price so it is not POO holding the share price down or operational issues.It is the blatant management of the share price via the order book to reward hedge funds at the expense of PI'sThe puzzling thing to me is why TD & PMO are not jumping up and down about it. TD (via his wife) has a huge holding so even as a personal investor he ought to be very concerned yet nothing?
begorrah88
20/9/2017
14:36
This disconnect between PMO and a rising oil price is getting ridiculous We can only console ourselves that with Brent at $56, PMO should be generating $160m+ of free cash a year even without Catcher
nav_mike
20/9/2017
14:17
Brent almost up a dollar. How is this down!
gregpeck7
20/9/2017
13:48
Same pattern every day at the moment. Slight weakness / light volumes throughout the day with the shareprice holding around the 62p/63p area. Very little in the way of selling. Then come 4:30pm a large buy order(s) go into the closing auction so the shareprice 'uncrossing trade' is 63p. Brent moving on up a little. I'll take that at the moment. For each day that passes Catcher moves on ever closer.
american idiot
20/9/2017
12:25
Have you seen the large buys going through whilst share price held? Suits shorters closing and middle man who takes 2 to 3 per cent between picking up the shares from pi's and letting shorters buy large quantities
leoneobull
20/9/2017
09:33
One of Catchers tugs, the Fairmount Expedition seems to have skipped off and is close to Suez, its speed implies that it isn't towing; presumably as only a single tug is practicable in the canal?
fireplace22
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