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Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp T.PRE

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.PRE.DB

Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp is engaged in the exploration, development and production of certain oil and natural gas interests, located in the Republic of Colombia.
Price: $5.98 | Change: $-0.12 | %Change: -1.97%
Volume: 1.0m | Day High/Low: 6.16/5.97 | 52 Week High/Low: 23.86/2.54
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deal the magic hand

All we need is for Ohara group to shovel the deck and deal a partner or two and launch a higher bid damn it.  rate and reply
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Very interesting. O'Hara on the offensive. I thought that there might be a connection between PRE management and O'Hara as they both supposedly hail from Venezuela but they seem to be at distinct more
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When will PRE management talk to O'Hara

There is an obvious disconnect between PRE management, the ALFA bid and O'Hara's rejection of the bid. PRE & ALFA only have almost no chance of succeeding without O'Hara. So when are they going more
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May 25, 2015 19:28 ET O'Hara Reiterates That Dissent Right Condition Agreed to by Pacific Rubiales Board Is a Free Option in Favour of Bidder; Condition Cannot Be Satisfied and Shareholders more
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RE:Who sells $6.02 really, at the worst we are talking $6.50

There's a sucker born every minute.  rate and reply
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Who sells $6.02 really, at the worst we are talking $6.50

I can only assume the people who bought at $4.30 are selling otherwise - hold out for the $6.50 at least.  But my thoughts are the price will have to reflect an appropriate cost whether the $6.50 more
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RE:RE:RE:aquisition $6.50 lol?

LOL, you wouldn't want to git er done if you bought in the mid teens.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:aquisition $6.50 lol?

Just give us the $6.5 and get this overwith. I can take that profit and make it grow over the next year while waiting for someone to make up their mind. Too many "IF's" her, oil price, more
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RE:aquisition $6.50 lol?

As for the vote, shareholders would have to ask themselves if it is better to vote no and wait and see if the price of oil recovers enough in the next year or two to make that $6.50 offer pale more
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aquisition $6.50 lol?

That is funny how the market is pricing the current non-deal ($6.02).  As far as I'm concern I don't think it will get 66%.  Once the wind turn watch out those analyst with their 15-20$  "fair more
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RE:TD Securities opinion

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TD Securities opinion

C$6.50/sh Plan of Arrangement: Maintaining REDUCE rating   Event Pacific Rubiales Energy (PRE-T) late Wednesday announced that it has entered into a definitive agreem ent with ALFA more
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RE:O'hara Group

Nice work Zoolanders21! I am impressed with their response. They seem like "shareholders" meaning that us smaller retailers might be able to hang on their coattails and benefit from their work. it more
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O'hara Group

So I emailed the O'Hara group advising that I was concerned with their opposition to the Alfa bid. I advised that at this time I would vote yes to the bid as there was too much uncertainty more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Pacific Rubiales Energy - Don't Expect A Better Takeover Off

I really hope O'Hara submit their own board and sweep entirely the PRE board. I would accept a merger over this ridiculous "all bread crumbs" transaction. This deal offers no synergy, it's a more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Pacific Rubiales Energy - Don't Expect A Better Takeover Off

Thanks, much appreciated  rate and reply
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Ven group

Who are these guys from Venezuela who have this much money?! Seems like they have rich friends such as... Bloomberg) -- Spanish billionaire Alberto Cortina has made his first foray into oil, joining more
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O'Hara buying price

I found this comment about when O'Hara started buying. "Alvarado and his partners started buying Pacific Rubiales shares on the open market two months ago when oil prices were at six-year more
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For those who claim that a new offer is not likely, check CEPSA and its plans. CEPSA has already a big presence in Colombia and South America and keeps investing there. See the news below. So you more
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RE:Pacific Rubiales Energy - Don't Expect A Better Takeover Off

Although I have read worse articles, that one was a bad one too. The author does not seem to understand much about the E&P business.  rate and reply