Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rockpool Acquisitions Plc LSE:ROC London Ordinary Share GB00BF2MWC40 ORD GBP0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 9.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.3 -3.2 - 1

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/1/2010
17:31
Nice to see I am not the only UK shareholder still left in this one!
dougdig
25/1/2010
17:26
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-01-06/roc-oil-may-climb-30-after-making-tough-financial-decisions-.html just an opinion of business week magazine in the states.
pedros99
24/1/2010
07:46
30% increase in what? Production? Reserves? Share price? Which analysts are you referring to?
ammons
22/1/2010
11:42
looks ready to blow in the next couple of months on the asx ! 30% ncrease expeected by analysts.
pedros99
05/1/2010
11:45
.69 close on asx:roc
markfrankie
30/11/2009
07:40
Header info edited but left for those who want to follow the charts. Good luck to you all, I suspect things will get better now.
poo bear
11/11/2009
01:52
yeah think asx:roc will rocKET without lse negative sentiment anymore
markfrankie
10/11/2009
21:39
Starting to go up in oz now Quelle surprise!
p@
04/11/2009
00:21
ammons, have you any experience of being converted to Au$, i wonder how long it takes to get the info of what happens next?
markfrankie
03/11/2009
20:43
That's it chaps! Were dead! http://fool.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/200911020700036623B.html
ammons
27/10/2009
09:51
my investment is off to au$tralia, going to stick with it.
markfrankie
27/9/2009
16:42
The chronic investor reports that ROC is considering divesting its African assets. Increasing production & exploration towards Asia more & more. Also considers UK & N Zealand as non-core. Good or bad ?? I dunno.
stateside
18/9/2009
21:10
That's 2 of us.
stateside
18/9/2009
19:27
i valued it correctly, but the entire market disagreed, doh!
drago
18/9/2009
19:21
A certain publication (which shall remain nameless cos it gets your post deleted, but it comes out every Friday & starts with the initial I & C) rates it a buy at 30p. Says the UK never valued it correctly. How true.
stateside
15/9/2009
10:34
will probaby hold? i have ended up here from anzon ael take over, felt good about that as this seemed more liquid at the time although ael was at a bit of a discount, already hold paper certs, "kagarnee" as they say in nepal, what to do?
markfrankie
15/9/2009
09:02
thanks ss, my aussie colleague still rates them a hold, or even a buy at these prices, but I don't want to commit anymore in UK-AIM, and still haven't got round to opening an intl account (the problems of being NFA - no fixed abode)
steve73
15/9/2009
08:36
Steve. They are 1:1. I meant the actual Aussie price compared to the UK one. They are now equal though with the ASX price at 61cents. I wonder why the weakness in Aussieland.
stateside
15/9/2009
02:56
tgg, I agree that I don't want to be holding overseas paper certs, (I have some EEL paper that's only useful for wiping my ar*e with) but if there's no recovery until then... ss - are you sure that these are at a discount to the ASX shares? I'd always thought they were 1 for 1. hi cm, 333 for me, hope you're well.
steve73
14/9/2009
18:52
Steve73: Hi - hope all well ROC excepted and you (& all) get a decent outcome from this. Have some Mi Xao Cap Tham and a BaBaBa for me, Cheers!
cmabey
14/9/2009
18:41
Steve73 - 14 Sep'09 - 08:52 - 1040 of 1044 I'll wait to see what idealing suggest I do with my holding - probably convert it to a paper certificate similar to what they do with my shares that get delisted for other reasons... .I'd imagine that would be about the worst option - dealing in an overseas stock via cert. Dealing charges are bad enough for trading in certs on uk stocks!
thegreatgeraldo
14/9/2009
14:26
The exchange rate is a variable & will change for the better or worse. Not a lot to be done about that. A silver lining might be that the Aim listed shares will be linked directly to the Aus price as I see it. They'll be converted at a fixed ratio I think. The Aim price has always been at a discount to the Aussie ones haven't they? Not had much time to work it out today yet. This discount may change once the overhang of rapid sellers are cleared out. Could soon be a bargain !! Hahahahahah Always look on the bright side of life :-0
stateside
14/9/2009
14:01
with the exchange rate at $1.9 to a £1 and historically it's been more around $2.5 to £1. If the £ improves over the $ which i expect to happen over the next year we'll need a lot higher share price to balance the loss from the exchange rate. correct me if i'm wrong?
robwoodt
14/9/2009
12:35
TDWaterhouse trades Australian listed shares. Not traded any Australian myself, but I have not had any problems with US stocks through them.
oooff
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