Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
San Leon Energy Plc LSE:SLE London Ordinary Share IE00BWVFTP56 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.925 -4.93% 17.825 732,435 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.25 18.40 18.45 17.30 18.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.16 -28.35 1.29 14.2 89
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:08:22 O 206,919 17.825 GBX

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08/4/2020
09:20
San Leon Energy Daily Update: San Leon Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SLE. The last closing price for San Leon Energy was 18.75p.
San Leon Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 11p and a 12 week average price of 11p.
The 1 year high share price is 41.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 11p.
There are currently 500,256,857 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,670,734 shares. The market capitalisation of San Leon Energy Plc is £89,170,784.76.
30/1/2020
16:07
chart trader2000: SLE raised 237mill u$, SLE had the value of Barryroe and the share price was 45p. Since when the cash was raised Barryroe's value has been downgraded, so add 25mill u$ making a total of $262 mll. ................. I understand that SLE raised 237 mill u$ in a placing and have an outstanding loan valued in the last accounts of 133 mill u$ they therefore have spent $104mill. It doesn't matter on what they spent the cash on too today's market cap does it ? today's share price 25.5p.
28/9/2019
09:09
echoridge: '....the current market cap of SLE is £151 mill. around 38 mill is made up of the Barryroe valuation. if Barryroe was valued at 8 mill the market cap would be 121 mill and of course the share price would fall to reflect the valuation. some people really shouldn't own shares let alone pontificate on a bboard about them.....' Ladies and gentlemen, your world champion of self-owning imbeciles. San Leon is an operating business, not a fund like the Woodford Capital fund mentioned. Funds hold shares in other companies and therefore trade in the market based on their net asset value, or NAV, which is essentially just the total value of those investments less any liabilities (hence the 'net' part), divided by the shares or units outstanding. Holding companies are likewise valued this way. Operating businesses like sle are valued entirely differently, based on revenues, expenses and future earnings potential In SanLeon's case, the share price just reflects the cash in the bank, future cash owed on the loan notes, and then it holding in OML18, and with the share price/market cap is below the value of its current and future cash, thus the OML production business comes to shareholders for free. That degree of undervaluation is unfortunate for current shareholders and an opportunity for those buying at these levels (though it is certainly not unique in this market), and an issue for debate by posters with legitimate interest as to how the company can progress to narrow that discount and drive the share price materially higher. One thing is certain however: nowhere in that valuation, in the company's market cap, present or future, does the holding value for the PVR NPI figure, and it never will, unless and until that NPI starts to pay royalties. Until then, the valuation for the NPI remains simply an accounting item, unconnected to the sle's market valuation. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear, you ignorant charlatan.
06/8/2019
09:43
1historyman: echoridge 6 Aug '19 - 09:37 - 48082 of 48083 0 0 0 Pure, simple demagoguery. The value of Barryroe in today's sle share price is 0, nothing, nada, like your net worth. ……...230;…...…;.. looks like it's back to school for u, unless of course your point is that the market thinks the Barryroe stake is overvalued in the accounts and is in fact worthless ?
06/8/2019
09:37
echoridge: Pure, simple demagoguery. The value of Barryroe in today's sle share price is 0, nothing, nada, like your net worth. Know how I know that, you poisonous little fur ball? Because the problems with Barryroe are completely public for everyone to see, including but not limited to, the declines in pvr and logp share prices. The market in sle shares therefore doesn't need to wait to be told 'officially' through some accounting item, that its value has diminished substantially. If this event were seen in any way as materially impacting the current value of SanLeon in the market, the shares would have long since declined on the news. That's how. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear, you dope....
04/4/2019
08:32
1historyman: BlackSwan Posts: 51 Observation Opinion: Hold Price: 2.39 SLE Unbelievable Today 10:05 SLE share price - March 2011 40.00p today 2.30p - Unbelievable ! ………;……̷0;……R30;. so the above price after consolidation would be £40 to £2.30p, current price 38.25p what a success story that is, oh dear.
01/10/2018
17:18
chart trader2000: This probably makes a reverse-merger deal with Eroton more likely now as it clearly lowers the cost to midwestern/eroton to do a deal at a higher SLE share price than they might have considered previously. Hopefully, negotiations between the parties continue. bluerill BlackSwan Posts: 826 Opinion: Buy Price: 26.50 RE: Midwestern Significant ShareholderToday 08:36bluerill - Good post - Sun Trust gone - agree with the last two paragraphs of your post - insider strategic and reverse take over. ................. such a shame linksdean will be wiped out after all he's kept me amused for years with his predictions of untold riches, always just out of reach.
01/10/2018
15:36
chart trader2000: This probably makes a reverse-merger deal with Eroton more likely now as it clearly lowers the cost to midwestern/eroton to do a deal at a higher SLE share price than they might have considered previously. Hopefully, negotiations between the parties continue. bluerill BlackSwan Posts: 826 Opinion: Buy Price: 26.50 RE: Midwestern Significant ShareholderToday 08:36bluerill - Good post - Sun Trust gone - agree with the last two paragraphs of your post - insider strategic and reverse take over. ................ very bad news for linksdean, no wonder he doesn't post here any more.
01/10/2018
15:06
chart trader2000: This probably makes a reverse-merger deal with Eroton more likely now as it clearly lowers the cost to midwestern/eroton to do a deal at a higher SLE share price than they might have considered previously. Hopefully, negotiations between the parties continue. bluerill very bad news for the LTH's if bluerill is correct but very good news for any new buyers, of course only if he's correct.
01/10/2018
14:55
chart trader2000: the bull case. This probably makes a reverse-merger deal with Eroton more likely now as it clearly lowers the cost to midwestern/eroton to do a deal at a higher SLE share price than they might have considered previously. Hopefully, negotiations between the parties continue. (very bad news for the LTH's if bluerill is correct) bluerill the bear case. Eroton have no meaningful free cash flow and will not for many a year. Midwestern have traded an asset for shares in SLE, as a SLE shareholder assets have left the consortium but SLE shareholdings are exactly the same but with different shareholder names. With the reduced stake in Umusadege will they be able to borrow more money to pay SLE ? Onajite Okoloko has sold shares in one asset Notore Chemicals and has traded a non quoted asset for a quoted asset, what is his intention ? guess that depends on how much cash or how little cash he has access to. Now if SLE were planning to buy back shares, what a wonderful opportunity it would be for someone who needs to raise cash. GL
30/5/2018
14:33
chart trader2000: BlackSwanToday 11:17 Above all the news that SLE share price stays magically above UKP 0.25 amazing - is the market protecting its own remember when certain "market people"were compensated/paid with 0.25p shares or is this the value to the company of renting out OF apartment - come on SLE valuation as expressed on the market is really something to behold.
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