Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Union Jack Oil Plc LSE:UJO London Ordinary Share GB00B814XC94 ORD 0.025P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.0034 -2.4% 0.138 282,481,626 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.135 0.145 0.145 0.135 0.1375
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.14 -1.69 -0.02 27
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:27 O 5,000,000 0.1425 GBX

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Union Jack Oil Daily Update: Union Jack Oil Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UJO. The last closing price for Union Jack Oil was 0.14p.
Union Jack Oil Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.11p and a 12 week average price of 0.11p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.31p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.08p.
There are currently 19,815,906,325 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 570,283,701 shares. The market capitalisation of Union Jack Oil Plc is £27,345,950.73.
likeawalrus: I think a secured loan is a far better option for ujo than a buyout of edr or bankrolling an edr placing, db has actually done quite well here to secure it against 25% of the licences. if edr went under the ujo share price would be hit hard (again), let's hope edr doesnt have to come cap in hand a second time... I have just realised the other option would have been to buy a large part of their share in wressle, say 20% for £1m, now that would be nice :)
markfrankie: Whats now not to like here? Ujo have a mighty war-chest of dosh Ujo have eggs in wn about to prove Ujo have eggs in wressel about to produce Ujo have eggs in biscathorpe possibly the largest unappraised oil deposit in uk on shore Ujo have eggs in Kedington Ujo have been busy acquiring assets by stealth and patience Ujo have eggs in North kelsey
markfrankie: Ujo have a mighty war-chest of dosh Ujo have eggs in wn about to prove Ujo have eggs in wressel about to produce Ujo have eggs in biscathorpe possibly the largest unappraised oil deposit in uk on shore Ujo have eggs in Kedington Ujo have been busy acquiring assets by stealth and patience Ujo have eggs in North kelsey
morningswimmer: Hah, so after California Joe telling us not to complain about insider trading as it's normal behaviour in the market today we get Malcy telling us that " the current ujo share price is not disimilar to the price at the time of the placing ". Technically true but he completely failed to mention the dramatic and suspicious 40% fall days before the placing rns was released.
currypasty: I would say farming out is always a good idea to protect shareholders losing everything on a duster. £100k looks like a good deal, as we know edr must be running in fumes having to fund their % of wressle, and need £400k on first oil there. However UJO bought the last 10% off celtique for a 'nominal sum' and it must also be recognised that the cash spent was obtained by halving ujo share price, so in my book, its actually £200k.
likeawalrus: curry you have hit the nail on the head, at the moment the share price is all about the £11m cash and endless promises of good times ahead. I am confident that ujo will deliver but the share price wont make great strides until WN actually delivers. I dont think Wressle will add more than 10% or 20% to the share price so my TP is .22 short term, with WN being anyone's guess
likeawalrus: it will be interesting to see how the share prices for rbd .58/.62 and ujo .17/.175 respond this week. I think rbd is significantly undervalued relative to ujo (or it could be ujo is overvalued compared to rbd). ujo should have a very good run as we approach wressle but WN is potentially a much bigger win for rbd, well that's enough of my ramblings, I've got both horses in the race so hopefully a win/win :)
likeawalrus: last year it seems the placing shares were sold hard each time the share price made some progress, could it be different this time? When WN delivers, the share price could rise to 50/60/70/80 (your guess is as good as mine) and if the placing investors see this as the last placing (due to ujo becoming cash rich) would they sell at 20 for a quick 25% profit or are they more likely to roll the dice with WN? If I had participated in the placing I would sell some of my shares on the way up but hold on for the much bigger prize, ie WN. So I think we will see a steady recovery in the share price all the way up to the WN lottery win - no doubt the market will prove me wrong again :)
likeawalrus: a year ago I estimated the share price would be about 0.8 by xmas 2020, after 2 placings the equivalent would be about .5, with the way the market is behaving I simply haven't got a clue where the share price will be tomorrow never mind xmas! however, wressle should deliver as expected and WN looks good so why is the share price trading below the placing price? answers on a postcard :)
luckyswimmer3: ALBA has shown today how a placing should be organised, a small decrease in the share price on the day the placing is announced and a respectable recovery. I have decided to reduce the holdings in all my shares who have used share price Angel's services such has HEMO even though I like HEMO's prospects. There was too much skuldugger against the interests of private investors in the recent shorting of UJO shares by criminals with inside information before the public announcement of a placing and I don't know if the source was share price Angels, UJO's directors or elsewhere so I am avoiding them all in the future. Shame on the FCA for not bringing this criminal behaviour to a halt years ago with some prosecutions or by insisting on suspension during book building for a placing.
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