Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Thalassa Holdings Limited LSE:THAL London Ordinary Share VGG878801031 ORD SHS USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 81.50p 80.00p 83.00p 81.50p 81.50p 81.50p 0 07:45:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 0.0 -5.1 29.8 2.7 14.00

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28/2/2017
08:08
And apparently no buy backs
frazboy
28/2/2017
08:07
Another 10k at full ask this morning
jmf69
27/2/2017
19:41
What are these reserves? And what "commodity hedging" are they talking about? Is DS doing some trading on the side? I spent a good few hours pouring over the accounts/press releases and I ended up with more questions than answers... For example this sale of the multi client data in November... I thought that tgs nopec were doing the sales so any revenue due to thalassa would come directly to thalassa and would go straight to the bottom line (the marginal cost of the sale is the cost of the external hard drive with the data on it). The reason I went through the accounts was that the cynical bear blog (from September I think) muttered something about the cash being much lower than quoted, but I was reassured when i checked the accounts - I think that individual had simply misread them but to say that the press releases and accounts (particularly the former) could be clearer is a bit of an understatement
frazboy
27/2/2017
19:29
There's also the chance they might release more reserves prior to the results announcement
jmf69
27/2/2017
19:28
Friday's 15000 buy and this mornings 10000 pushed up the online offer price. There's never a lot of spare stock around it seems.
basem1
27/2/2017
19:09
Purely coincidental as LSR price was unchanged. I knew we were close to support, my accidental 20000 buy at 63.5 is now looking clever.
basem1
27/2/2017
18:10
LSR rns today might have helped?
jmf69
27/2/2017
16:18
£1.50 = £30m mkt cap approx
basem1
27/2/2017
16:18
i don't think they're buybacks
frazboy
27/2/2017
16:17
Yes agree.
greenroom78
27/2/2017
16:13
If you look at the chart, this could run all the way back upto £1.50 and beyond.....and still be cheap.
basem1
27/2/2017
16:10
My dodgy accidental purchase now looking good, £1 here we come. Crazy market cap still.
basem1
27/2/2017
16:09
Going mad now on not a lot of volume, those 5k blocks send MMs running. Hopefully these aren't buybacks (Duncan bored on a wet Monday afternoon...) as would be inefficient use of shareholder cash chasing own share price upwards.
greenroom78
27/2/2017
15:28
Some movement! The start of a new leg higher? Here's hoping :-)
lauders
24/2/2017
17:01
Yep, that may be largely true Gfrae but there aren't many sellers either but enough to gently massage the price down. I really do wish that DS would walk away, it would make the company so much more attractive.
frazboy
24/2/2017
16:36
The only buyer in town is DS.
gfrae
24/2/2017
15:48
A number of technical indicators point to a move up in the next week or so.All imo
jmf69
24/2/2017
11:26
Unless it comes off bookbroker. Since commodities are the "hot thing" these days perhaps it may not be so crazy. Agree sticking to what you know is best though. THAL not exactly a news generating company!
lauders
24/2/2017
11:23
DS should stop wasting money chasing pointless investments in mining and property, what this co. does well at is in its main line of business, stick to that and you'll create value, Papua just a crazy idea!
bookbroker
24/2/2017
11:19
I think it is because the selling seems to be fairly exhausted. The RSI is as low as it has been since October and sells have been small in volume this week. I was of similar opinion and added back those I sliced in the 70s along with a few extra on Wednesday.
greenroom78
24/2/2017
11:16
Got my mystic meg hat on
jmf69
24/2/2017
11:12
Do you know something we don't JMF69? Is this a level II insight or something else per chance?
lauders
24/2/2017
11:11
Getting ready for the next leg up
jmf69
23/2/2017
09:59
I do agree tiltonboy, I have a holding in LSR myself. I don't think THAL will lose loads on their (our) investment in LSR but the lack of corporate governance over a number of issues obscures the fact that WGP is a decent standalone business.
cockerhoop
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