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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Transglobe Energy Corporation LSE:TGL London Ordinary Share CA8936621066 CMN SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.74% 134.00 0.00 14:48:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
130.00 138.00 135.00 134.00 135.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 115.42 -63.87 -107.00 97
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 134.00 GBX

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15/6/2021
09:20
Transglobe Energy Daily Update: Transglobe Energy Corporation is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TGL. The last closing price for Transglobe Energy was 135p.
Transglobe Energy Corporation has a 4 week average price of 112.50p and a 12 week average price of 111p.
The 1 year high share price is 135p while the 1 year low share price is currently 32.50p.
There are currently 72,205,369 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 924 shares. The market capitalisation of Transglobe Energy Corporation is £96,755,194.46.
10/4/2021
17:16
hedgehog 100: CYBA plc (CYBA) - an interesting new addition to 'shell land' last month. There are lots of shells out there, but this is the only one I'm aware of that is targeting cyber security. And wouldn't GOS Systems be a perfect fit. 08/03/2021 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) CYBA PLC Admission to Trading & First Day of Dealings LSE:CYBA Cyba Plc "CYBA plc ("CYBA" or the "Company"), a special purpose acquisition vehicle ("SPAC") targeting an acquisition or acquisitions of businesses operating in the Cyber Security industry, is pleased to announce that at 08:00 today its ordinary shares commenced trading on the Main Market for listed securities of the London Stock Exchange plc ("LSE") under the TDIM 'CYBA' ("Admission"). The Company's ISIN will be GB00BMH18M70 and its SEDOL BMH18M70. Key Highlights: -- SPAC formed to acquire and act as the holding company for businesses operating in the Cyber Security industry in the US and beyond -- LOIs agreed with two US Groups, Narf Industries and Polyswarm -- Team with deep knowledge of the Cyber Security Industry Robert Mitchell, Chairman of CYBA, commented: "Our decision to list as a SPAC on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange makes both strategic and commercial sense as we look to create shareholder value through the acquisitions of companies in the Cyber Security sector, capitalising on the recently announced UK initiatives to encourage the listing of SPACs on the LSE." " https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/cyba-CYBA/share-news/CYBA-PLC-Admission-to-Trading-First-Day-of-Deali/84516089
27/3/2021
17:19
hedgehog 100: chesycustard 24 Mar '21 - 09:43 - 8337 of 8350 0 1 0 "The offer unfortunately is very low, 0.00037p per share as I understand it. Valuing the co at a few hundred k. I said its quite low considering we are breakeven, have an annual turnover a million plus and have out CQCL shareholding. I get the feeling Shanhill capital want out and their debt repaid. The offer seems too cheeky." Chesy, Why now? Stanhill have kindly provided that loan for years, so why would they suddenly 'pull the plug'? If they'd wanted to do that they could have done so years ago. Also, why would Peterhouse be offering to buy your shares? That in itself wouldn't repay Stanhill's debt, just transfer some share ownership. Even if Peterhouse bought Stanhill's stake too, at the price offered to you, the payment to Stanhill would be less than their loan. Could it be that Peterhouse are simply trying to pick up the 'low-hanging fruit' ahead of a full takeover later (e.g. by CQCL) at a much higher price?
27/3/2021
16:56
hedgehog 100: chesycustard24 Mar '21 - 20:56 - 8345 of 8349 0 3 0 "Thanks for that stig. Gloating as always. We don't have to accept the offer though. The last accounts have net assets 3.5x that offer." Thanks Chesy. Technology companies are usually valued at multiples of net assets, not fractions of net assets. And regarding the linkages here. Well, Ilyas Khan is a former head of Peterhouse. And Charles Goodfellow is a former director of Touchstone Gold: 22/04/2014 06:02 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Touchstone Gold Limited Placing, director change, strategy & TSX delisting " ... Charles Goodfellow (aged 56) - Non-Executive Director Charles Edouard Goodfellow is a corporate broker with over 25 years' experience of fund raising for small and mid-caps and private companies across a range of sectors and jurisdictions. He is a director of Acorn Minerals plc, a company listed on the Standard segment of the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange, and is also a director of AIM listed Mentum Inc. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/transglobe-energy-TGL/share-news/Touchstone-Gold-Limited-Placing-director-change/61906565
25/3/2021
07:44
krr13: Yes that offer price is low compared to net assets. I won't be selling my shares at that price.
24/3/2021
15:45
the stigologist: how does 0.037p compare with the delist price ?
24/3/2021
10:49
muckshifter: I think you mean £0.00037 rather than 0.00037p per share chesycustard, as the pence alternative would value the company at just over £2,500, iirc.
24/3/2021
09:43
chesycustard: The offer unfortunately is very low, 0.00037p per share as I understand it. Valuing the co at a few hundred k. I said its quite low considering we are breakeven, have an annual turnover a million plus and have out CQCL shareholding. I get the feeling Shanhill capital want out and their debt repaid. The offer seems too cheeky.
30/1/2021
23:28
rtf777: Yes, you're right. The domain name is just parked now, with advertising links. We don't even know if the company owns it any more. Completely moribund. However it was Intelicrypt Services Ltd which narrowly avoided being struck off, not Intelicrypt Tactical Solutions Ltd, which is our company. TGL Services (UK) Ltd is still live as well. The three are in a cross-ownership setup with common directors. An absolute disgrace.
06/12/2019
14:59
hedgehog 100: Ray & Mark, The DFX exit price offered of 3p per share is very similar to the closing DFX share price on Friday 31.10.19, of 2.75p. The DFX share price then to collapsed to 0.75p on Friday 1.11.19, one trading day before the delisting was announced: not very admirable that, is it? And they may only be making the offer because they might struggle to get the necessary 75% approval otherwise. But the obvious point in comparison to TGL's delisting is that DFX's delisting is voluntary: how on Earth was TGL supposed to make this sort of offer before delisting when it was delisted against its will when time ran out? That said, if CQCL acquires ITS then we may potentially get a similar option, though I personally would opt for shares in CQCL - the upside could be enormous. 04/11/2019 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Defenx plc Proposed cancellation of admission to AIM LSE:DFX Defenx Plc "Defenx PLC (AIM: DFX), the cyber-security software group, announces that it intends to seek shareholder approval to cancel the admission of its ordinary shares of 1.8 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") to trading on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange (the "Cancellation"). The Company intends to publish a circular, during November 2019, detailing the Cancellation and convening a general meeting of its shareholders to approve the Cancellation to take place in December 2019 / January 2020. The Cancellation will be conditional upon the consent of not less than 75% of votes cast by Defenx's shareholders at the general meeting. The board of the Company (the "Board") notes that BV Tech S.p.A. ("BV Tech"), the Company's majority shareholder, has a current interest in 67.1% of the Company's issued share capital and BV Tech has indicated that it will enter into an irrevocable undertaking to vote in favour of the Cancellation. Subject to shareholder approval, it is expected that the Cancellation will take effect during December 2019 or January 2020. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/defenx-DFX/share-news/Defenx-plc-Proposed-cancellation-of-admission-to-A/81053893
18/7/2018
10:12
singray105: Unfortunately for me almost half of my medium/high risk portfolio was in this, I have no idea what I must have been thinking after watching the tgl share price go down in a straight line when they were a gold miner with IK at the helm, what did they do with the gold assets in the end, anyone know? I really should have know better. But I got convinced by a ramper or two on here and got carried away I guess with this CQC link up all the way to the bank, couple month suspension then back to market at a nice premium stuff, what a mug. Let me tell you a little story that portrays how unpredictable the stock market and particularly AIM is. Quite a few years back I thought I would buy a mystery share on AIM by picking some letters out of a bag and see if it corresponded to any particular share, it was a bit of a psychic experiment you might say. The letters spelt hill, anyway a company was quoted on AIM, J P Hill if I remember right, boring name, nothing going for it, price never moved, looked like like the usual POS that was probably going to be delisted eventually. Anyway to cut a long story short I didn’t buy any of the shares in the end, and then something happened, every day they started to go up, slowly at first but then faster, x3, x4, x5. The shares 10 bagged roughly, turned out they had some world class resource that no one was talking about tucked away and the company was bought out. I realised then what a roulette AIM actually is, you might as well go to the casino, spin of a wheel and your have your answer, not years of frustration with no answers as is the case here.
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