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
  -0.50p -0.93% 53.00p 52.50p 53.00p 55.00p 52.25p 55.00p 2,644,988 16:29:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 796.4 -316.3 19.4 2.8 270.74

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Premier Oil Daily Update: Premier Oil is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PMO. The last closing price for Premier Oil was 53.50p.
Premier Oil has a 4 week average price of 52p and a 12 week average price of 42.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 99.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 42.75p.
There are currently 510,823,666 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,676,587 shares. The market capitalisation of Premier Oil is £270,736,542.98.
patience a virtue: All these discussions are interesting but fundamentally the PMO share price is dependent on the POO. Once the poo starts rising so will PMO. A couple of years ago the price of copper was low and has since risen by 50% but the share prices of the cu producers have multiplied. I am expecting the same path for poo and the large oil producers including PMO.
svenice7: It will correlate , but the chart won't be the same. There will also no doubt be a lag in share price. The further oil price is away from PMOs breakeven points, the share price will be exponential.This works if the price of oil goes up as well. For example if oil was consistently at $80, share price would be 300, oil at $90 share price be 450 etc. Its a risky stock, but if oil goes above breakeven point by a considerable margin, it will be exponential and you will be rewarded a lot .
begorrah88: 97p to 55p laughable! That is some arrogance. So, PMO is going to rerate after finance completed is it? wasn't that the case at the end of VWAP? read the circular BigSi2 and the companies view on share price volatility. ''Holders of equity interests in Premier may adopt hedging strategies which would negatively affect the price of the Ordinary Shares As part of the Refinancing, Premier will issue Equity Warrants and Convertible Warrants representing in aggregate up to 18 per cent. of Premier’s issued share capital on a Fully Diluted Basis. As the Equity Warrants and Convertible Warrants may be exercisable at a price below the prevailing share price at issue, there is an increased probability that warrant holders will undertake hedging or other trading strategies which may result in volatility and/or a reduction in Premier’s share price for an extended period. Furthermore,as a result of the amendment of the conversion price for the convertible bonds from £4.21 to 74.71 pence, the number of Ordinary Shares underlying the convertible bonds will increase to 30 per cent of Premier’s issued share capital on a Fully Diluted Basis and also accounting for Ordinary Shares issuedon conversion. Convertible bondholders often employ hedging or other trading strategieswhich, if employed in this case, may result in volatility and/or a reduction in Premier’s share price for an extended period.'' ....but thanks for the patronising post BigSi2 - your ramping didn't work at BLVN though did it so maybe law of averages, eh?
timothyjones2010: I have emailed Tony Durrant 2 weeks ago after the refinancing update he gets Elizabeth Brookes to reply. I emailed about why has the finance agreement has been put back, what is PMO doing about the shorting - it affects private investors deterring private investors and what are you Tony doing about it and what do you have to say. As mentioned he got Elizabeth to reply, he is what she said;Dear Mr Jones Apologies for my delayed response. As a high level comment I would say that the whole industry has suffered in this prolonged period of commodity price downturn with the knock on impact on all stakeholders. We are as frustrated as everyone that the strong operational delivery that we have achieved over the last 2 years has been overshadowed by this. We also, however, acknowledge, that our refinancing process has led to market speculation causing volatility in the share price and some technical shorting of the stock associated with that process. That said, our short position has not changed materially since we announced the revised conversion price for the convertible bonds and we would hope that at least some of that position would unwind going forward. Both we and our brokers closely monitor the share price and in particular to look out for any unusual trading patterns. While our share price has been impacted by technical trading associated with our refinancing process and this is frustrating, we are not aware of any illegal activity in the trading of our shares. We hope that once the refinancing process concludes (and with a little help from the oil price) then, and as I state in my email below, the market will refocus on the strong fundamentals of the business – as I am sure you will have seen from our Trading update last week, operationally the business is outperforming – and that this will be reflected in the share price over time. Kind regards Elizabeth Not what I wanted to here but I wanted to share it with the forum
oilandgas1: Imagine where the PMO share price would be if the refinance deal had been signed off in May17 , and OPEC/ non OPEC new deal kicks in.. with POO at $55- 57! Sadly timing is everything to boost PMO share price . should get above 65p this week with POO rising!
marvin9: Think people need a rain check. PMO share price has only gained on the back of a POO rise and not on what the directors have done within PMO. Even the rise in POO is failing to increase the share price like a failing heart beat due to corrupt blatant insider dealing! True fact..
marvin9: NEWS: PMO share price falls again for the second day as rumours again surface that Tony Durrant will be re-elected at COE and GIVEN A FAT CAT mega comical pay rise to boot for nothing but failure!
marvin9: NEWS: PMO share price fell today due to concerning rumours Tony Durrant will get re-elected as COE
anony mous: The oil price and pmo share price are total disconnect at the moment.It's all about the final finance deal being signed and done on the dotted.
marvin9: The thing that is killing the PMO share price is the delay in the finance deal. Is this normal for a company to delay it for so long?
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