Anglo African Oil & Gas poised for action

Anglo African Oil & Gas Plc (AAOG) made its debut on AIM at 20p in March, successfully raising £10m to fund the company’s exciting plan for growth during 2017. The shares have since traded as high as 30p and there is a great deal of anticipation among private investors about what is coming next. Can…

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Premier Oil – Ready for a big move?

  Shareholders of Premier Oil (PMO) have experienced a rollercoaster 12 month period and still, the drama continues to unfold with continued uncertainty and volatility.  Last Wednesday’s RNS from Premier offered further details of the ongoing refinancing negotiations and it initially caused quite a frenzied debate amongst retail investors, especially when one Convertible Bond holder,…

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Red Rock Resources.

Red Rock Resources – fundamentally undervalued!   At 0.6p, Red Rock Resources (LSE:RRR) is worth £2.8million. By any measure, this is cheap when you look at the asset portfolio the company has. The jewel in Red Rock’s crown has to be its 1.2% stake in the privately held Jupiter Mines (27.3million shares), which owns the…

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Talk Talk – A Recovery Play About To Breakout?

TalkTalk   Since TalkTalk (TALK) shares peaked at just over £4 in May 2015 the company has experienced a difficult time. The broadband price war that summer hit TalkTalk’s sales and on 22 July 2015 the company announced growth had slowed. The shares fell 7% in a day, but worse was to come. In October…

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Bowleven (BLVN:AIM)

Bowleven (BLVN), the Cameroon focussed oil & gas company, announced this week that it’s largest shareholder, Crown Ocean, has requisitioned an EGM to seek removal of the board to be replaced by restructuring experts. After years of stagnancy, the company’s share price has responded well to this news and the feeling in the City is…

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Yolo Leisure

Today YOLO Leisure announced a placement of £2.5m from an oversubscribed placement of which £1.4m was invested into Magic Media Works through a secured CLN. Yolo attracted notable interest from institutions and well heeled city investors such as Nigel Wray, rumored to have taken circa £500,000 of the funds raised, giving Yolo a 41% interest…

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