City Whispers: Always sharp In online investor forums, private shareholders are expressing their dissatisfaction with Angus Energy’s recent communications strategy
Why would posting on Twitter lead to stock market statements?
In the always-spicy online investor forums, private shareholders have expressed dissatisfaction with Angus Energy’s recent communications strategy.
Instead of using the exchange’s news service, it started tweeting once or twice on Friday to reassure the world it’s still working to bring the Saltflatby gas site in Lincolnshire online.
Piping Up: Why Place Stock Market Statements When Posting on Twitter?
Angus – managed by George Bingham, 8th Earl of Lucan, whose father disappeared on suspicion of murder in the 1970s – says there have been problems with computers, rather vaguely “plant operations”. Many problems with ‘.
Building oil and gas projects is undoubtedly a difficult business.
But with gas prices rising and the UK pulling back to Australia to buy its supplies, investors are keen to get started for SaltFleetB.
Many shareholders will get up at 7 a.m. tomorrow to await the formal statement.
Another injured week for AO World
AO World entered another busy week following driver shortages and supply chain disruptions.
The ‘pandemic winner’ sees sales stall as cost-conscious Brits reduce demand for their home appliances and high-tech goods.
Founding boss John Roberts does his best to please everyone.
The company says, “Our Aors lived our values to make their mothers proud.”
But what about fathers?
Jewel diamonds lose their brilliance
Gem Diamonds has lost its luster in the eyes of City Broker Bernberg.
The £55million miner was shocked when the German investment bank cut its price target – an estimate of how much the company’s shares are worth – from 80p to 60p.
Gem Diamonds operates in the South African countries of Lesotho and Botswana.
The Letseng mine in Lesotho has a track record of discovering pink and blue diamonds and stones over 100 carats.
Many thought that sanctions against Russia following its invasion of Ukraine – which disrupted the supply of diamonds available on the market – could raise prices significantly and help miners of all sizes.
But the skyrocketing costs could outweigh the potential benefits, analysts say.
Spotlight on Recruiter Haze
The corporate calendar is settling down over the next few weeks, putting even more of a spotlight on recruiter Haze on Thursday when it releases its full-year results.
An upbeat trade statement last month showed solid growth despite a challenging environment. But things have changed a bit since then.
Hargreaves Lansdowne’s Charlie Williams said: “It will be interesting to hear how management views the broader circumstances affecting future recruitment.
After a drop in UK job vacancies for the first time in two years, Hayes’ figures risk being overshadowed by comment on his prospects.
Is the glass half empty, the glass half full, or does the glass need a hard drink?
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