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  • newmexicois1 newmexicois1 Nov 7, 2013 8:02 PM Flag

    What will you all do when IOC does not say anything about a deal, or they say...

    we are currently working on this deal and it will bring value to our shareholders.

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    • hold on as we have for the last 3-4 years.
      ed

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • The "market" is forecasting that this is exactly what they will say , i.e. "we are currently working on this deal and it will bring value to our shareholders." Nothing more than that. Nothing less. Of course, that forecast may turn out to be wrong, but since that is what they have been saying for the past three CCs, one has to assume that history will repeat. The worst case scenario is that they will announce that all "deal" negotiations have ceased. The best case scenario is that they will announce that a deal has finally been signed.

      Take your pick. We will know by next Tuesday morning which it is going to be.

    • The idiots will do what they always do,, they'll just roll it forward another XX days and refuse to accept reality.
      Aside from the few orchestrating the pumps, these losers will keep on being played.
      HO HO HO HO HO HO HO

      • 1 Reply to runpixierun
      • Are you going to refute that there are NG in IOC acreage?
        Are you going to refute that the NG is one of the cheapest to get out?
        Are you going to refute that the IOC E/A field is close to the PNG-LNG plant that the OSH fields?
        So what is your reality?
        Longs are certainly aware that there is a possibility that no deal yet by Tuesday. But that's how it is.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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