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President Energy Plc LSE:PPC London Ordinary Share GB00B3DDP128 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.05p 444,182 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.80p 7.30p 7.05p 7.05p 7.05p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 13.29 -9.80 -0.67 79.4

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26/3/2019
08:20
President Energy Daily Update: President Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PPC. The last closing price for President Energy was 7.05p.
President Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 7p and a 12 week average price of 7p.
The 1 year high share price is 11.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7p.
There are currently 1,125,560,677 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 761,301 shares. The market capitalisation of President Energy Plc is £79,352,027.73.
25/3/2019
08:21
naplion: That's the new broker, let's see what they can doWhen Richmond Foods PLC was in its early stages of acquisitions and growth as a quoted company, our share price was not moving in line with our expectations. At the time, we felt that the efforts of our incumbent broking were focused towards our larger competitors, rather than on Richmond. We moved to a relatively new broking firm, to whom we were a really important client. The share price doubled in less than two months and we never left them until I took the business private, having achieved a return of over 12 times the float price for our shareholders.This and other experiences with quoted companies demonstrated to me that the best results are achieved through an experienced and motivated team, telling the right story, to the right audience. I agreed to join Whitman Howard as Chairman because it is an organisation that can deliver these results to its corporate and institutional clients."James Lambert OBE Chairman
23/3/2019
10:48
brasso3: poombear/ Drewster That is the problem when you have a strong institutional base. We must assume that around 80% of the stock is with BoD and institutional funds. Junior Oil Trust and the Norwegian oil fund have positions in PPC below the radar of 3%. If it is only one of the small players selling then I can live with that but look at the weight it has on the share price. Imagine if Schroders, IFC or JP Morgan started selling down? Having so much stock tied up is what creates the liquidity problem where no new players can buy into PPC in significant quantity so they do not bother investing. This has been caused by having 11 placings over the last 10 years where in most cases only PL and institutions were invited to take part squeezing PIs out so we are left with crumbs.
21/3/2019
19:10
bigglesbingham: So the raising of 4.5 m knocks over 10m off market cap. I really cannot understand the stupidity of raising surplus cash at a discount to an already discounted share price (due to leaks) . And for what ? If they are throwing off that amount of cash every couple of months all it's bought us is 2months and will the price recover in two months I doubt it. Then he intimates there will be acquisitions in the offing and many ways to fund them but guess what he'll do a fund raise. I am seriously losing faith here and beginning to feel he's got a hidden agenda to build a strong company , surpress the share price then take it out in the cheap.
21/3/2019
17:12
naplion: Well done Mr Levy, he keeps coming up on that show being interviewed by the only U tube broadcaster who would interview him on a programme that no one watches Has money in the bank but goes and raise 4.5 million of which he bought most of and tell us he is doing us a favor because it will reduce the debit and interest makes a hype on the last 3 drills and make the market expect that it will beat beat 3000 barrels and comes back with 3200 just to keep face more then double production and goes into profit but share price tank May be if he really cares about the company and the shareholders , its about time he thinks of stepping down and let some one who knows what he is doing run the company , may be then he will have time to watch the share price.
08/2/2019
20:25
piperpeter: cpro. No matter how strange this may sound, last Friday the quotes I received on PPC's share price meant the bid price was actually higher than the offer price. I checked it at several times of the day to make sure I hadn't misread it. Very odd. Many buys in PPC shares have been stated as sells and generally the spread is always much closer than that stated. Pp.
05/2/2019
18:34
brasso3: PP I think most here see through you over optimistic bullish stance on PPC. You have over hyped this for many years and the returns for share holders never materialize. You ignore any potential negative aspects and are over hyping any positives. I think PPC is only now seriously undervalued at 3300 BOPD production, £100m market cap. I cannot say that it was true in 2016/ 2017. I would like PPC to declare a planned dividend policy for 2020 of something in the region of 25% FCF. AAZ did that in 2018 and the share price doubled very quickly. AAZ is now paying one of the best dividend yields on AIM. PPC needs to follow suit as AIM does not offer the same gains it did in the past.
06/1/2019
12:21
brasso3: I guess there are lots of reasons why the share price is stagnant but this is the case with most AIM O & G companies:- - Historically PPC has failed to make any organic growth (share price). - 10+ placings in <10 years. - $150m invested in Paraguay for no return. - PPCs asset base is focused on Argentina (weak economy). - PPC has debt (~$20m). - WTI has been very weak during Nov/ Dec 2018. - The PPC chart is not attractive showing no upward trend. - This BB is quite poor with minimal research/ contributions (LSE/ iii also poor). Maybe all of the above are what is required to make the biggest gains on AIM. You have to buy a share when it is the most unloved to get the 10 baggers.
19/6/2018
15:16
brasso3: PPC share price has never reacted to good news. It would not be unfair to conclude that there must be something more fundamental that is wrong with the company.
14/5/2018
17:18
brasso3: I have listened to 10 years of similar posts from PP to the above yet the PPC share price is near record lows. TXP will be paying dividends before PPC and its actually part of the management strategy!
30/11/2016
22:36
brasso3: Good post Chopper (12061). With oil looking like its on the turn maybe this will take some pressure off the PPC share price. Really bemused about the recent 5 well workover campaign in Argentina as I was starting to think we understood these old shut in wells.
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