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 - 1.00

Rockpool Acquisitions Share Discussion Threads

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05/5/2009
08:07
this will go back to circa 20p when no new news comes this week.
nloughlin
05/5/2009
07:40
The company is undervalued and management has effecively said that it is up for sale. Looks like only one way to go.
fireplace22
05/5/2009
07:39
No smoke without fire. imo They have not received one yet imo, the leak could have come from the company just about to approach them, imo , dyor.
monis
05/5/2009
07:36
"ROC has not received any takeover proposal" - is this gonna put a dampner on things in the S/T as the weaker holders (and T+ traders) bail out?...
topnotch
05/5/2009
07:32
Should be interesting today, big rise imo, dyor.
monis
04/5/2009
18:51
Sydney morning herald coverage http://business.smh.com.au/business/nothing-on-the-table-but-rocs-open-to-offers-20090504-aslu.html
spursmatt99
04/5/2009
15:55
It will get exciting here if we get a bid from BHP-Billiton.
monis
04/5/2009
15:36
What about the BHP-Billiton gas project? This has seen Tap Oil run up over 60%! And ROC has just as significant a share of this resource.
goodgrief
04/5/2009
15:32
Thanks for the link. I think there could be a take over approach on its way which the company are as of yet not aware of. imo
monis
04/5/2009
15:12
Monis sorry well busy at the mo - try this - http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&cb=1241446296&article=34756186&symbol=L%5EROC
dunderheed
04/5/2009
14:36
Could you expand on that Dunderheed?
monis
04/5/2009
14:08
GG - yes but theer appears to be more than that for this movement. Do not think it is lined to the 'non core' assets as they would not add that much value if divested! Maybe they are closing to reaching a settlement out of court - which will 'certainly' take away some uncertainty!!
dunderheed
04/5/2009
11:58
Lots of bombed out oil stocks are bouncing off lows (as I was going to say bottoms).
goodgrief
04/5/2009
11:54
poo bear - 4 May'09 - 07:42 - 891 of 899 nloughlin - No. 29 pence close in Oz @ 21% plus up and 19 million shares changed hands. Takeover bid? No say the comapany. http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20090504/pdf/31hdqtpxdqfcfk.pdf -------------- Hope you don't mind me copying your post poo bear however if you look at the wording could it suggest that they have not received an approach but that doesn't mean that they are not about to but have not heard yet and the leak is from the company side about to make the bid. Your argument over the north sea assets could just be something on their agenda. imo dyor
monis
04/5/2009
11:40
poo bear- Interesting. The price movement would suggest that whatever is happening is good news for Roc oil. imo.
monis
04/5/2009
11:31
This is the bit to take a note of imo; "......Consistent with previous public statements, ROC continues to evaluate all strategic alternatives concerning the Company's assets, ownership and capital position in the current operating environment. ROC is in compliance with and will continue to comply with its continuous disclosure obligations." I would not be surprised if an announcement shortly of the sale of the North Sea assets, the rumour is not necessarily concerning a takeover at all, probably non specific and may fit in with the policy of assets nearer home. I am not able to say what the North Sea Assets are worth because I am not that clever, but I am sure that if true the cash would be useful towards reducing debt once again. As far as Mauritania is concerned, those assets are as useful as a sieve with no holes, that could also be on the agenda to go.
poo bear
04/5/2009
11:01
The question is if a takeover approach should come what price would it be at or what would one be accepted at? Any thoughts anyone?
monis
04/5/2009
10:52
Up over 21% in Oz if it's not likely that we are about to receive a takeover approach we would not be up this much in Oz catching up or not. News has leaked imo.
monis
04/5/2009
09:05
If today's statement cannot be read into - that we should look at the 'operative sentence - that 'ROC has not received any takeover proposal' - on face value and if we are no further forward - then why is the price and volume so strong?
josephrobert
04/5/2009
08:15
Morning All, Todays statement is clear, see below for operative sentence. 'ROC has not received any takeover proposal.' From that you cannot rule out that one or more proposals are not known about, just that they have not been received. So we are no future forward. Market has been rising without any news and seems to be led from London, all OZ was doing today was catch up. Tomorrow should be interesting.
wrightey
04/5/2009
07:54
By commenting on these market rumours it may be interpreted as ROC believing that these rumours as credible, hence increased price and volume... or that a takeover is consistent with the stated strategy, i.e. that it would welcome takeover talks...* or that it is in the process of a 'strategic option' of it's own... * http://www.thewest.com.au/default.aspx?MenuID=33&ContentID=139684
josephrobert
04/5/2009
07:45
The announcement says no takeover bid - are you reading something between the lines ?
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