Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rurelec Plc LSE:RUR London Ordinary Share GB00B01XPW41 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.00p 0.80p 1.20p 1.00p 1.00p 1.00p 20,010 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 0.0 -0.6 -0.1 - 9

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/9/2015
08:03
You don't get more damning than that RNS!
julcester
30/9/2015
07:48
RNS - Where is everybody? regards
jeddicat
25/9/2015
19:32
The Stig, it's easy for you to make a throwaway question as per #204, but have you considered that an IPSA suspension may signal a bonus for Rurelec ? Have Sterling decided it's better to let IPSA fold and RUR default on it's payments to them? Do you know ? edit: i assume your throwaway question is about IPSA (not RUR)
giant steps
25/9/2015
17:00
IPSA Suspended How long before this goes to the wall ?
the stigologist
23/9/2015
10:32
Some decent buying this morning which has raised both the buy and sell price, although they are still showing the trades as sells.
bill182
21/9/2015
23:36
Does seem that we are at an inflection point and the Interims due in next 10 days should show what they are planning to prioritise out of the numerous options that have at present.
cyfran101
21/9/2015
15:58
Thanks Bill you have been so helpful not many come on here and I am a bit behind with all this stuff
torbie
21/9/2015
15:48
Torbie, the MM's are up to their usual tricks. Looks like you may have timed your purchase to perfection with the results due very soon and hopefully some positive comments from the news BOD.
bill182
21/9/2015
15:12
Thanks bill it's just when I went on to buy share the price was 1-68
torbie
21/9/2015
14:42
It is because the price you paid was below the mid-price at the time of the trade.
bill182
21/9/2015
09:42
Why are all the buys shown in red ???
torbie
21/9/2015
09:22
That 200k showed as a sell was a buy
torbie
03/9/2015
16:42
The spread has widened somewhat
torbie
03/9/2015
08:57
Thanks swooped 71% of shares of the 561m (399m) are held in tight hands between Sterling and YF Finance. Free float only about 163m, so trade yesterday for 8,398,829 @ 1.5p is on the volume radar, plus late trade 2m @ 1.55p now published. [ quoted discounted buy price 1.7p ]
giant steps
28/8/2015
11:30
Seems IPSA, RUR and Sterling now once again share offices, cosy again!
swooped
20/8/2015
16:43
€1m of the outstanding balance due to Ethos Energy has been paid by RUR and proposes to pay to Ethos Energy a further €1.5m before the end of Sept 2015 and the balance of approx €355,000 by the end of Oct 2015. The tidy up continues ... RNS for IPSA 20AUG2015 http://www.investegate.co.uk/ipsa-group-plc--ipsa-/rns/further-update-re-settlement-of-funds-and-iris/201508201445026555W/
giant steps
18/8/2015
20:15
After hours announcement yesterday, easily missed - good to see some tidying up (i.e. repay debt) RNS 17 AUG 2015 http://www.investegate.co.uk/rurelec-plc--rur-/rns/repayment-of-loan-facility/201508171637512838W/
giant steps
31/7/2015
09:14
I agree with gehart that there seems to be more to this than meets the eye. May need to retain some of the cash in the bank as w/c and wait on other potential income to meet the rest of the payment. The timing wrt getting shot of PE and E is interesting, as is the wording used by IPSA around their resignation.
mbaxter
31/7/2015
09:07
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.
giant steps
30/7/2015
14:55
Not sure I undertsand this Giant and its impact on us. If we have now received all of the money due to us following recent sale, why are we not just paying off all money due to IPSA? Perhaps we'll get an RNS of our own soon, which might clarify things. I just wish we could get an share price lift!
gerhart
30/7/2015
13:08
So rurelec to pay IPSA creditor 2.8m euros = c£2m Rurelec to pay £300K to IPSA, with balance £585K to follow. Confirms rurelec is now cashed (for any doubting folk )
giant steps
30/7/2015
12:32
RNS for IPSA 30 JULY 2015 No surprise to see the decks have been cleared ( plus gives update on payments from Rurelec to IPSA ) http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2015/article/67946791
giant steps
23/7/2015
13:26
Thankfully our NAV is based on good old fashioned(and new!) working and cash-generating industrial hardware. Which is a whole lot better than the stuff many other company NAVs are based on. And whatever in the short term, assuming Sterling intend to keep a market listing, one way they could give the share price a good kick-up the backside is by just getting on and doing that Chilean dual listing....
gerhart
23/7/2015
12:31
Yes that's the fallback. But NAVs can change quickly -up and down!
meijiman
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