Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Reabold Resources Plc LSE:RBD London Ordinary Share GB00B95L0551 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.015 -6.82% 0.205 61,813,128 12:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.20 0.21 0.225 0.205 0.22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.04 -2.67 -0.04 18
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:26:45 O 486,659 0.2024 GBX

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Reabold Resources Daily Update: Reabold Resources Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RBD. The last closing price for Reabold Resources was 0.22p.
Reabold Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.16p and a 12 week average price of 0.16p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.87p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.16p.
There are currently 8,929,612,550 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 112,869,192 shares. The market capitalisation of Reabold Resources Plc is £18,305,705.73.
currypasty: c) Price(s) and volume(s) Share Price (GBX) Volume 1. 0.19p 1. 12,421,842 2. 0.20p 2. 15,657,324 3. 0.19p 3. 2,986,774 3. 0.20p 3. 12,308,714 ---------------
32campomar: Gas prices are hugely higher than when the valuation took place. This is worth multiples of the current share price on victory alone
32campomar: Yep I've never seen such a mismatch with the markets valuation & the value of its assets. If RBD only has the victory gas field, it's worth multiple of the current share price. As Warren Buffett said, be greedy when others are fearful. The snap back will be fierce when it comes.
sclper: BMD doesn't tweet to try and help private investors, he does it to manipulate them and line his own pockets.At the moment it is clear he is trying to scare/put off investors to suppress the share price so he can buy in as cheaply as possible. He didn't even say there is going to be a placing as there isn't one being planned at the moment. He just said put 'RBD on placing/cash raise watch.'Conversely, when it suits his agenda i.e. he wants to sell shares, he tweets positive comments like there is a buyer lined up for West Newton to try and increase his exit price.Don't let him (or anyone else) manipulate you!
bipos: When inform on the bulletin board what the latest what BMD has said on RBD & UJO I dislike the information(probably because for RBD there has been little or only bad news continuously over the past 2 years)I hear, but I realise he is mostly correct & that he has information a few days ahead before the company release to us the shareholders. To me he (or they)have an inside network of contacts (probably paid for) for their Own agenda, but in this business of the stock market who could say that's not right,the city professional call it research. My concern is as I have been averaging down over the last 2 years, if he correct then just how much lower does the price of has to be & at what quantity of new shares has to be issue in relation to our present market cap. If the standby arrangement they announce last year to raise £5m by way of issue of new shares would represent at 25% of today's market cap, assuming that they have not already done so, I not sure the company has to make an announcement as they had already had informed us last year of their intention. So the the next placing could be on top of that arrangement. When I first brought this shares £5m was a side order today it's the main meal, which would mean a heavy dilution.
shutittrev: A 5 year share price low. Gas price high. Oil price high. Our dynamic duos remunerative packages high. My losses high. Cheers boys.
dan de lion: The share price will let us know if things are going well at the well, RBD seems to leak like a sieve! of course we are the last to know!
jusmasel99: As an additional thought - the reasons why an Institution may sell out of an investment. a) strategic decision (e.g. exit O&G ) b) time based (Risk Managers place max period on investments) c) better investment potential elsewhere d) funding client returns e) exit strategy on bad investment unlikely to return value f) realising profit As a retail investor all I am interested in is f) and am prepared to wait - shouldn't be too long. What I like about RBD is the multiple opportunities for share price growth particularly Victory which should become a marketable asset before the end of the year with submission of FDP and successful negotiation with the subsea infrastructure operator. How RBD realise that value and provide a return to shareholders is anybody's guess but an IPO of Corallian is certainly possible. (I don't discount West Newton but not interested in discussing it)
jusmasel99: There are 5 institutions that hold over 3% in RBD. As of June each had a maximum of 0.3% above a reportable threshold so they would only have to sell +/- 30m shares to reach a threshold. With the amount being sold recently it could not be any of them unless it is a huge worked order that only needs a TR1 once the order has been filled (I don't know if that is how it works) The only other way so many shares could be sold by a single shareholder would be if they held less than 3% so the max would be 270m and we are fast approaching that number (I am basing that on the trades of round number of millions recently so pure speculation on my part) I think it is significant that there has been sufficient interest from retail investors that despite so many shares being offloaded presumably by an Institution that the price has not fallen further. When the selling stops the share price will surely recover and it can't be long now. Meanwhile the Gas Price is astonishing everybody and despite the heat, the Gas futures market is looking extremely bright. Windless days brings the reality of the need for Gas Powered energy sources into focus.
canigou2: Agree with all of the above from GFAM, I'm in b?lls deep also. But I guess the market is waiting for confirmation of the EWTs and CPR. If those prove positive, this share price will re-rate obviously. By the end of this I'm 'hoping' for flowing oil (with inferred numbers at 500+ bbls a day from the vertical wells, and significantly more from the optimised horizontal well) and at least 100 mmbbls p2 recoverable (57 mmbls attributable to RBD). IMV that would attract a buyer and RBD's share would be close to $500m or £400m. That's 4.5p in share price terms. Let's hope all of these ducks line up. We have waited a long time and it may take the remainder of 2021 to see all of those ducks waddle into position, but GLA. (enough ramping from me .. how do others see it?)
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