One of the rules of the stock market which I believe that fund manager Hugh Hendry came up with is that it is worse to be too early to the
WTI $95.04 -$1.40, Brent $98.02 -$1.89, Diff -$2.98 -49c, NG $4.75 +18c, UKNG 254.0p -20.4p
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Zak Mir takes a technical analysis look at some of the most followed stocks on the London market. Today’s selection includes Angus Energy, Active Energy, Cora Gold, IronRidge, Eurasia, Greatland,
Zak Mir highlights some of the most followed stocks on the small-cap London market and gives an overview in this video charting update.
Anglo African Oil & Gas plc confirms that trading in the Company’s ordinary shares on AIM has been suspended with effect from 7.30 a.m. UK time today.
AAOG provides an update on the disposal (the “Disposal”) of an interest in its wholly-owned subsidiary Anglo African Oil & Gas Congo S.A.U (“AAOGC”) to Zenith Energy Ltd (“Zenith”).