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RUR Rurelec Plc

0.425
0.00 (0.00%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Rurelec Investors - RUR

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Rurelec Plc RUR London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 0.425 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
0.425 0.425
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Industry Sector
ELECTRICITY

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Posted at 04/10/2020 00:13 by johncasey
one to keep an eye on monday...rurelec (RUR) remained unchanged, despite recent investor interest in the stock. This came after international power generation group unveiled its interim results on September 15. Traders pointed to the way that the company has zero debt, but is owed $14m to be paid back in monthly instalments. All of this relates to a company which currently has a market cap of £5m.
Posted at 04/10/2020 00:10 by johncasey
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one to keep an eye on monday...rurelec (RUR) remained unchanged, despite recent investor interest in the stock. This came after international power generation group unveiled its interim results on September 15. Traders pointed to the way that the company has zero debt, but is owed $14m to be paid back in monthly instalments. All of this relates to a company which currently has a market cap of £5m.
Posted at 24/9/2020 09:04 by golden prospect
Potential difficulties ahead for those invested in Argentina
Posted at 21/8/2019 14:25 by novicetrade68
There is absolutely no reason why the RUR share price is where it is at the moment, hence the below regarding corrupt?/dodgy? market makers may apply to the Rurelec share as well, despite it is about Steppe Cement, but the method is probably similar regarding MM trading conduct:


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STCM is selling more, STCM is benefiting from currency advantages, STCM is now paying 12% annual dividend, yet you look at the share price now and you get the impression that a person like David Lenigas, among many others, look correct in that MMs DO seem to screw everyone out of their holdings for a fixed amount of time, ie going (naked) short for 2-3 months, and then in the run up to the interims or results later they sell their complete extorted collection at 10%-15%-20%-25% additional margin to traders and investors, ideally on a spike....you know, along with supportive commentary on ADVFN & on the LSE chat site....and then they apparantly go short again for a fixed amount of time when no one is expecting it and then leave everybody incurring losses which increase every day and every week and every month, with no chance to make any return whatsoever...

This really now seems a recurring, annual pattern where the share price gets lower and lower everyday, and many many eventually sell their holdings when MMs seem in their fixed (naked) short period and manipulate the price down regardless.
Posted at 16/10/2018 09:50 by tomboyb
hxxps://www.rurelec.com/investors/shareholder-information

Major shareholders -

The total number of Rurelec securities in issue is 561,387,586

Not sure why ADVFN are not updating shares in issue correctly but it should be 561million -

Rurelec's significant shareholders (including substantial) are:
No. of Shares Percentage %
Sterling Trust Limited 303,092,303 53.99
YF Finance Limited 96,565,166 17.20
Mr & Mrs Scott 16,481,500 3.00
Posted at 21/1/2017 13:56 by giant steps
Reminders


Sterling Trust Limited, Sterling Trust Limited, 53.99%

From total 561,387,586



Sterling Trust Limited, 31,794,105, 29.57%

From total 107,504,081



"Following the disposal of the Company's operating business on 29 February 2016, the Company is now an AIM Rule 15 cash shell and is seeking to conduct a reverse takeover."


16 SEP 2016




Can the two groups be fused together given Rurelec owe to IPSA ?

Recall Peter Earl is pulling the IPSA strings, and Sterling Trust is
currently in administration and wanting to extract maximum exit values.
Posted at 06/11/2015 17:32 by tell it as it is
Clearly good for liquidity. The obvious question is who is Radix Investments UK Ltd as it is not exactly a household name. Companies House records show it is wholly owned by Pro Vinci Ltd which in turn is wholly owned by a lady called Dawna Marie Stickler. What is the connection between her and the company or some of its present or former board is the obvious question. Presumably she will pick the company up for no additional cost if there is no further funding by end December so it would be helpful to know whether she is a completely neutral third party investor or a good friend of any of the present or past directors. Her LinkedIn Profile shows she was the former Managing Director of Bristol News and Media.
Posted at 30/10/2015 18:23 by torbie
Bismil your my type of investor nothing negative keep with it
Posted at 31/7/2015 09:07 by giant steps
Same party pulling the strings on both sides so guess they can make the
agenda, though it does make it murky for rurelec investors. Further
release of assets via partners should provide the lift to despondent
holders.
Posted at 04/3/2015 16:07 by swooped
And here



ENAP seeks partners to receive offers from generation

Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Economy and Business

In the coming days, Asset Chile initiated the call for interested investors to be partners Enap in power generation projects that contemplates its investment portfolio. Sources say that Exxon figure among stakeholders, Samsung, Mitsui and Rurelec.

In Enap and defined the different bargaining agreements for each project proposal resulting from management of Gas and Energy, and seeks to meet deadlines and get favorable terms for the state. In late March the progress will be reported.

So it seems another possible project is being revealed........ all the ducks etc.

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