Alfgolf2 : denke ih auch
daszu heute die geile News, das sie an die LSE bis Ende Dezember gehen, was wohl fix ist !!!
MEHR BEACHTUNG / MEHR FONDS / HÖHERE KURSE !!!!
Shares in AIM-listed oil and gas company Afren Plc rise 10 percent, after the company says it expects to move up to the London Stock Exchange's main market in early December and that it has bought a 40 percent interest and technical operatorship in OPL 310, a block in offshore Nigeria.
The block is next to the Aje field which has recently been declared commercial, Morgan Stanley says in a note. Wednesday's share price rise adds to gains on Tuesday when Afren said it had positive results from the Ebok-5 well in Nigeria.
'Following on from the positive update on the Ebok (Nigeria) appraisal and development yesterday, confirmation of the proposed admission to the LSE main board highlights the momentum behind the growth story at Afren,' Morgan Stanley says.
At current valuations the listing would put Afren into the FTSE 250. Nomura raises its share price target on Afren to 110 pence from 97 pence and rates the stock, which is trading at 95.5 pence at 0932 GMT, a 'buy'.