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Date posted 2016-03-04 15:17
Subject Re: FAO Indolent...   View parent message
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Hi Uni,

I've just skim read a few posts before other distractions get me. It's been a wildly good time for many a resources share of late, see Lonmin for example which was also as good as written off not so long ago. Not sure about oilies but I keep an eye on the share price here out of curiosity. If in Caza's case there was something of substance to that would be uplifting as much as it would be novel for AIM.

I would rather not answer your question in a crystal clear way but I think you know me well enough to surmise which button I would be pushing right now (probably before now truth be told). I might hold some back and if that added up to quite a lot I would be trying to speak to at least two people in the company early next week and that despite the limitations on what they can say. I would simply want to listen to what they can say.

To be frank, I just don't get the rise given the info in the public domain to date but that's the stock market for you. Hopefully not just momentum but then it should be in the public domain already.

Go well,

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